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Monday, February 15, 2016

Tips & Tricks

Don’t ignore your Intermediate exams:

Generally, students who aim for IIT will ignore their board exams. That is completely wrong. If you aim to become an IIT student, the primary step is to master your board exams. The idea that ignoring these examinations can assist you in IIT exam is fake. Smart studies for board exams will increase your potential to attain the highest ranks.

Be strong through fundamentals:
Are you making an attempt to leap directly on advanced study without strengthening your basics? You're following the incorrect path then. First, revise the fundamentals of all the 3 subjects. Practice them well to make a higher understanding of it. Then, attempt some advanced study. Remember, a building without a though base is liable to fall.
Avoid long study periods:

Remember! Long study sessions are doubtless to extend your stress. That leads you towards silly mistakes within the examination. Avoid learning whole night or for an extended time, especially before the examination. Divide your study plans into tiny units to extend your potential of understanding all the topics you read.

• Do regular study & apply:   
You cannot build the Rome in a day. It wants continuous flow with persistence. The primary step of changing into an IITian is getting the full knowledge of the topic, then comes the understanding of its application. Observe hard to know the applying of the logic you've got studied. It will increase your speed and accuracy that are the key points to achieve the success in IIT JEE.

Acquire deep information on topics:  

Superficial information of any subject won't do. You would like to work by day and toil by night to achieve a deep understanding of each topic. The queries asked in IIT need deeper information of all the 3 subjects. Keep in mind in IIT strengthening the fundamentals is that the key to success.

 Time management:

All the JEE aspirants typically face a standard obstacle i.e. time management. What they must do is correct time distribution. It's needed for all the IIT students to grasp their potential time of learning. They must evaluate the time needed by them for learning and finding issues. Also, they must increase their speed consequently with the specified accuracy.
Don’t skip test papers:

Are you getting a bit over positive and not practicing regularly? This may become the main reason for your failure. Yes. Don’t skip any of your follow although you're feeling damn positive about this topic. Do, do and redo it to achieve the success.

• Solve earlier IIT JEE papers:
Bring a book of previous IIT take a look at papers and solve them to know the pattern of IIT exams. You'll know some key points of getting ready for the exams from these papers. Solve them completely to acquaint yourself with the pattern of JEE exams.
• Strike a balance between studies and amusement:
There is no need of uninflected yourself from the planet to crack IIT JEE. This can be a sort of idea unfold by some insane who won't be having a social circle himself. Person forever likes to socialize. Once you complete your daily study hours you must cater your hobbies and relationship as doing this may cent % offers relaxation to the mind and causes you to additional contemporary and active for the other day’s study hours. Keep in mind a cheerful mind yields additional results than a tired and sad brain.
Being associated IIT aspirant, keep in mind to strike a balance between your rest, amusement and study. Whereas learning doesn’t ignore sleep and contrariwise. Minimum eight hours of sleep is very important for college students to stabilize their brain for the subsequent task. Also, it's necessary to not skip the planned schedule.
Once you intend your schedule in line with the higher than mentioned tricks and follow it with passion you'll never feel overladen with the curriculum as a result of its correct distribution and positively reach the examination.

• Select skilled IIT coaching institute:   
Don’t follow any of the miracle stories of scholars who cracked the JEE entrance exams while not attending to any coaching institutes. This case is for one in hundred students.  Take your method of learning and choose accordingly to that coaching institute or steering you need. Generally, the skilled IIT coaching institutes have a targeted course of study with targeted ways of teaching. They hire affluent employees with skills particularly subjects and topics that helps you to know the topic with the full information and vision.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

IIT Tips & Tricks

"It is not very difficult to crack JEE exam if you plan your studies properly.
1. The syllabus is huge; hence start preparing few months before the exam.

2. Refer good books.

3. Go through previous papers to understand the format of the paper.

4. Practice and revise.

"You have to regularly give mock tests in topic wise and cumulative formats.

5. Take mock tests and test your knowledge plus time management skills.

6. Analyse subject’s topic wise in a cumulative format and give regular mock tests.

"Performance analysis of the test is must and based on that the weaknesses have to be taken care of immediately.

7. Enroll in coaching institutes if you do not have the habit of self-study.

8. Clear your basics well.

9. Avoid Distractions & Take Care of your Health.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Everyone Has a Story in Life

A 24 year old boy seeing out from the train’s window shouted…
“Dad, look the trees are going behind!”
Dad smiled and a young couple sitting nearby, looked at the 24 year Old’s childish behavior with pity, suddenly he again exclaimed…
“Dad, look the clouds are running with us!”
The couple couldn’t resist and said to the old man…
“Why don’t you take your son to a good doctor? “The old man smiled and said…“I did and we are just coming from the hospital, my son was blind from birth, he just got his eyes today.

Moral: Every single person on the planet has a story. Don’t judge people before you truly know them! The truth might surprise you.

Learning from Mistakes

Thomas Edison tried two thousand different materials in search of a filament for the light bulb. When none worked satisfactorily, his assistant complained, “All our work is in vain. We have learned nothing.”
Edison replied very confidently, “Oh, we have come a long way and we have learned a lot. We know that there are two thousand elements which we cannot use to make a good light bulb.”

Moral: We can also learn from our mistakes


A long time ago there was a boy. He was smart, talented and handsome. However, he was very selfish and his temper was so difficult, that nobody wanted to be friends with him. Often he got angry and said various hurtful things to people around him.
The boy‘s parents very concerned about his bad temper. They considered what they could do and one day the father had an idea. He called his son and gave him a hammer and a bag of nails. The father said: „Every time you get angry, take a nail and drive into that old fence as hard as you can.”
The fence was very tough and the hammer was heavy, nevertheless the boy was so furious that during the very first day he has driven 37 nails.
Day after day, week after week, the number of nails was gradually decreasing. After some time, the boy started to understand that holding his temper is easier that driving nails into the fence.
One day the boy didn‘t need hammer and nails anymore as he learned to hold his temper perfectly. So he came to his father and told about his achievement. „Now every time, when you hold your temper all day long, pull out one nail“.

Much time has passed. At last the boy could be proud of himself as all the nails were gone. When he came to his father and told about this, he offered to come and take a careful look at the fence. „You did a good job, my son, but pay your attention to the holes that left from the nails. The fence will never be the same. The same happens when your say hurtful things to people, as your words leave scars in their hearts like those holes in the fence. Remember, we need to treat everyone with love and respect, because it doesn't matter, that you say you are sorry, the scars will not disappear.
Moral: Patience is the key which solves all the problems...

Monday, February 8, 2016


What is Engineering?
Engineering is a science involving designing, building and usage of machines, engines and structures. Pursuing an engineering degree is a popular career option in India. With the economy opening up over the last two decades, the steady growth of industries in the last few years, as well as the addition of streams within engineering, students may have a variety of career choices.
Engineering education
In order to secure admission to an engineering college, it is mandatory for you to have passed the 10+2 with subjects like physics, chemistry and mathematics. According to the new format introduced by the government, you must undertake the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE Main) exams in order to secure admission to an undergraduate course in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and other centrally funded institutions. The entrance exam was formerly called the All India Engineering Entrance Exam (AIEEE) and was used for admissions to NITs and other centrally funded institutions. IITs conducted the IIT-JEE. If you clear the JEE Main, you must then appear for the JEE (Advanced) exam, which can give you the chance to get admission into select colleges in the country. Apart from these tests, top institutes such as Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT), Delhi College of Engineering (DCE) and Birla Institute conduct their own entrance exams separately. The importance of scoring well in the class 12 exam is evident, as about 40 percent weight age is generally given to it during admissions. The undergraduate engineering course is usually eight semesters, or four years, after which a student receives a Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) in the specified field chosen. Students looking to pursue a master's course in any chosen stream must either have a B.Tech. Degree in the same field, or else have a specialized degree course such as a Bachelor's in Physics, Maths, Chemistry or Computers.
While the first and second year of your bachelor's course will likely have common studies, you need to opt for a specialization after the completion of a few semesters. This is a decisive step, as not only can you gain in-depth knowledge in your chosen stream, your stream may determine career growth and the companies that could hire you.

Besides conventional courses such as mechanical, computers, chemical and civil engineering, newer fields are coming up that may increase opportunities for students pursuing engineering. These include applied mechanics, biotechnology, nanotechnology, instrumentation, metallurgical engineering, marine engineering and material science. Most courses necessitate minimum aggregate marks in class 12, with slightly higher scores in two or more subjects depending on the course. For instance, a course in computer engineering would likely require higher scores in mathematics and computers. You must check the websites of prospective engineering colleges for information before applying.
Engineering careers
The beauty of engineering is that it could not only open up avenues in diverse domains, but the remuneration could also be good. You can choose to do a master's degree in your chosen field, through which you may earn the degree of Master of Technology (M.Tech.). Many students also prefer doing the B.Tech. In India and then pursuing the Master of Science (M.Sc.) abroad. This may not only provide good exposure, but can also provide the chance of better prospects. Alternatively, other career options among students include pursuing a Master of Business Administration (MBA) or pursuing government employment by appearing for the requisite exams. Hence, a degree in engineering can open up multiple career avenues for students.


What is MBBS?
Medical Science in India provides remedies, cures and safeguards man against various diseases. Different countries have different systems of medicine. Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Acupuncture, Acupressure etc. are becoming popular today.
Becoming a doctor is a childhood dream for many. Perhaps, there is no other career which commands such a respect and awe as medicine. The power to heal has placed the medical profession several rungs above all others. A doctor’s profession involves a lot of hard work with a good degree of dedication and at the same time, it also brings with it the satisfaction of having cured people suffering from illness, disease and trauma.

A simple degree in medicine is however not enough for making a successful and a satisfactory career. One needs to do specialization in any of the branches of medicine or surgery to become a specialist of certain kind e.g. Pediatrics, Ophthalmology, Gynecology, Surgery, Neurosurgery, Neonatology etc. A doctor may also have to acquire certain computers & IT skills, which are necessary to operate and use sophisticated medical equipment’s, which not only help in exact diagnosis of an ailing patient but also provide options to use non-invasive methods of treatment.

MBBS Education
Medical education at degree level or postgraduate or PG level in Medicine is either classified into Medicine or Dental. Medical Education in India can be bifurcated into two categories - Clinical and Pre-clinical. Clinical studies consists of the basic sciences such as Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology whereas the pre-clinical studies involves teaching in the diverse fields of clinical medicine such as internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Psychiatry, and Surgery.

The advancement in medical sciences has enhanced our longevity and decreased mortality rates dramatically. However, industrialization and technological advancement has adversely affected our environment and lifestyles that has manifested in new types of diseases and ailments, which poses a challenge to the medical fraternity.

The demand for medical professionals for treatment as well as research work is ever increasing both within India and abroad. The ongoing liberalization of economy is expected to bring in better opportunities for medical professionals in terms of remuneration, research and working facilities.