Maharashtra Talent Search Examination (M.T.S.E.) Notification 2019 Application Form Last Date

The Maharashtra Talent Search Exam (MTSE) has been release the NTSE National Talent Search Examination application form uploaded at official website. MTSE is inciting to all eligible candidates/applicants whose are agree to filling the submission form just go to the home page of MTSE or apply the link of NTSE Talent Submission Form Apply 2018.

Maharashtra Talent Search Exam Notification 2019  

The MTSE exam conducted by N. Wadia College, Pune Maharashtra Talent Search Exam whose students are studied in xth Class or other competitive they can apply for the online for more details eligibility criteria related you can read the official notification or our content in below lines you can just scroll down.

Eligibility Criteria

Education Qualification: Those students are study in VIII Class IX Class & Xth Class they can fill the submission form.

Important Date:

  • Last Date of Submission Form: 8th Dec 2018
  • Submission of Application Form with Late Fee: 22nd Dec 2018
  • Date of Exam: 28th April 2018

MTSE Entrance Exam Hall Ticket 2019 Download

The MTSE is going to conducting Talent Search examination on 28th April 2018 and those applicants are applied the registration form for MTSE they all are asking about the MTSE Exam Date Hall Ticket so, applicants don’t worry MTSE exam admit card/call letter will be exam date to 10 days back update on official websit.

SYLLABUS
Paper I – Mental Ability Test (MAT)
It will have a slightly higher difficulty level than the Mental Ability Paper of Scholarship Examination of Std. VII for Std. VIII, MTSE of Std. VIII for Std. IX and MTSE of Std. IX for Std. X.
Paper II – Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
For Std. VIII, Std. IX and Std. X the syllabus will be as per the school syllabus for respective subjects and classes for the entire academic year. The students should use the regular prescribed text books prescribed for the academic year. It is expected that the student should thoroughly study the curriculum of the whole year.
Interview will be conducted only for Std. X carrying 50 marks. 
There is no specific syllabus for the interview. The abilities such as understanding, analysis, application with respect to the school subjects will be tested. In addition, the knowledge of current national and international events, the environment in which one lives, achievements in extra-curricular activities in school, hobbies, sports etc., will also be considered.

Click here download the Official Notification

MTSE: www.mtsexam.org

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148 Students of Resonance have qualified NTSE Stage-2 (2018)

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JEE Main 2019: MHRD launches 214 free test centres for JEE and NET

Ministry of Human Resource Development, MHRD launched test practice centres for JEE and NET in different districts of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on September 17, 2018. Free test practice centres have been set up to help students in preparation of Joint Entrance examination, JEE and National Eligibility Test, NET. This would facilitate students to get a clearer idea of the changed JEE and NET exam pattern

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Around 3,406 test practice centres are established in 17 districts of Telangana and 122 in 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh with availability of  21,667 computers. Students residing in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh can use the facility of these test centres for free and practice mock test papers.

The sessions at the test centres would be provided in two shifts. On Saturdays the practice sessions would be made available at 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. On Sundays two sessions would be provided, one at 11 am to 2 pm in the morning and other at 2: 30 pm to 5: 30 pm in the evening. MHRD launched the test centres to help students prepare better for the entrance exams of JEE nad NET.

MHRD’s press release stated, “To provide facility for practice for changed pattern, National Testing Agency (NTA) established test practice centres across India. NTA launched practice app through which students can practice on their computers or smart phones.” Now JEE preparation is just a click way, as students can also now access IIT Pal (Professor Assisted learning) on Swayam platform on their smart phones to watch video lectures.

Source : timesnownews

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ResoNite Pawan Goyal, maintaining the league, secures AIR 6 with highest marks 350/360 in JEE (Main) 2018.

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JEE Main 2019 mock test: Download Paper I and Paper II practice test on nta.ac.in; check other details here

JEE Main 2019 mock test: The National Testing Agency (NTA), which will conduct Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) MAIN from 2019 onwards, has released online mock test for Paper I and Paper II of the JEE Main 2019. The candidates appearing for the JEE Main 2019 can take the tests on the NTA’s official website– www.nta.ac.in. They just need to log on with their registered credentials. The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) MAIN has been conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) till 2018.

For the JEE Main 2019 April exam, the online registration process will begin from February 8, 2019, and continue till March 7, 2019.

Applicants are advised to follow the steps given below to download the JEE Main 2019 mock test:

1. Candidates should first log on to the official website–www.nta.ac.in
2. Now click on the “Mock Test” link at the top of homepage
3. Fill in your credentials and agree to instructions
4. You can start taking the JEE Main Mock Test 2019

Notably, The registration process for JEE Main 2019 April exam will commence from February 8, 2019, and continue till March 7, 2019.

JEE Main is applicable for admission to NITs, IIITs and CFTIs participating though Central Seat Allocation Board subject to the condition that the applicants secure at least 75% marks in the 12th class examination, or be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th class examination conducted by the respective Boards.

For SC/ST candidates, the qualifying marks would be 65% in the 12th class examination.

According to the NTA, the total duration of JEE Main Paper I and Paper II will comprise 180 minutes. JEE Main paper II is for Mathematics, Aptitude Test and Drawing, while the drawing test will be held separately and will not form part of the mock test.

Established as a premier, specialist, autonomous and self-sustained testing organization to conduct entrance examinations for admission/fellowship in higher educational institutions, the National Testing Agency (NTA) will assess competence of candidates for admissions.

Source : zeebiz.com

BCECE Counselling 2018: Third round registration begins; allotment result on Sept 19th

Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Exam Board (BCECEB) began the third round of registration and choice filling of seats for BCECE 2018 counselling for PCM group for admissions to engineering college on September 15th. The last date to register for the third round is September 17th. The third round of allotment result will be declared on September 19th and students must take admissions on or before September 21st.

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BCECE 2018 counselling has been quite chaotic with multiple postponements and changes in schedule. The first round of registration and choice filling was done from July 19th to July 25th and the first allotment was scheduled to be announced on July 28th. The whole counselling process was supposed to end on August 15th.

Candidates who have already registered before but have not been allocated any seats do not need to register again. The Board also released the merit list for all the remaining candidates and rules regarding the third round which can be accessed in this notification.

Here is how to register for the BCECE 2018 Counselling:

  1. Log in to BCECE admission’s website.
  2. Click on ‘New Registration for Engineering Courses 2018 – BCECE-2018’ button on the home page.
  3. Accept the terms and conditions and proceed.
  4. Select the course and fill in the details.
  5. Complete the remaining registration process.

The board conducted the BCECE 2018 exam for the PCM group on April 29th and 30th, and the results were released on June 19th. Apart from Engineering, BCECEB is responsible for admission to professional courses in Medical, Polytechnic, and Agriculture colleges under the government of Bihar.

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JEE Main 2019: Free Online Mock Test Series by NTA, Know how to attempt

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has started online mock tests for JEE Main 2019 now. These online mock tests can be utilised by all those students who are going to appear for JEE Main 2019 exam in the month of January. Candidates who to get admission in B.E./B.Tech programmes at NITs, IIIITs and GFTIs (IITs) must practice these tests. After successfully qualifying JEE Main 2019, students can apply for JEE Advanced which is the gateway for admission into IITs.

JEE Main mock test 2019 are facilitated by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for the engineering aspirants so that they can get the experience of the Computer Based Test (CBT) as this will help them know the paper pattern of JEE Main 2019 as well as to analyse their performance level for the engineering entrance exam 2019.

This year onwards, JEE Main will be conducted in a computer-based mode entirely this is why students need to practice mock test as much as possible before the exam.

JEE Main 2019 online mock test will be helpful for –

  • Knowing the exam pattern
  • Understand how to take computer-based test
  • Analyse the type of question
  • Time management to maintain speed and accuracy
  • Performance level assessment

    How to attempt JEE Main 2019 Mock Test?

    The online mock test of JEE Main 2019 is similar to the actual computer-based test mode as it is based on previous year question papers of JEE Main exam. Candidates who will appear in JEE Main 2019 can take the online mock tests as mentioned below –

    1. Visit the official website www.nta.ac.in.
    2. Click on ‘Mock Test’ provided at the top of the homepage of NTA.

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        3. Enter your username and password in the space provided.

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4. Click on the login button.
5. Read all instructions before taking the test and select language of test and read declaration and click on ‘I am ready to begin’.

Note: The online mock test window also has a timer so that students taking the online mock test can have a real time exam experience as the actual exam of JEE Main 2019.

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Students of Resonance are already practicing Mock test based on the CBT Model. Resonance has started preparing its students for the Online Mode after the announcement was made.
If you are JEE(Main)2019 aspirants,you can boost your preparation through Resonance’s JEE (Main) Online All India Test Series.
Join now, visit: https://edushoppee.com/product-details.aspx…

Features of the Test Series:
• All India Rank will be provided
• Performance Analysis: Negative marks, Subject wise, etc.
• Instant Score
• Hints & Solutions
• Download facility for all Tests & Solutions

Other Details of the Online Test series:
Target: JEE MAIN 2019
Tests: 15 Mock Test + 7 Full Syllabus Online Additional Tests for JEE (Main) for January attempt.
Target Class: XII, XIII
Price: Rs. 2500

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No NEET needed to study medicine abroad

Bengaluru: The National-Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Test was brought into force in 2013, after much debate and deliberation by the courts. This year, Indian students who want to study medicine overseas, no longer have to appear for NEET.

The Medical Council of India, along with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, has announced a one-time exemption to students who want to study the medical sciences outside India.

Aspirants for he MBBS or any equivalent medical course, can apply by furnishing an undertaking saying they had not registered or appeared for NEET 2018, or read the Mci notification. They (the candidates) can obtain an eligibility certificate from the MCI, before admission into foreign medical institutes. It has also been decided that the Council will consult the Central  Board of Secondary Education, which is in-charge of conducting NEET, to verify whether the undertaking is genuine or not.

It can be recalled that such students had to furnish an eligibility certificate from the MCI, which certified that they scored atleast 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in Class 12 or an equivalent exam. On March 8 this year, the MCI had made NEET mandatory even for students aspiring to study abroad. This drew flak from students, who raised their concerns against the move, saying it was unfair to clear another screening test to attain eligibility to practice in India after their studies. “Securing a seat in medical college in India is a challenge.  However, studies here are expensive, with low returns in terms of salary packages after we enter the profession. Studying abroad adds to the exposure we gain over the years, making every rupee we spend worth it. The government has simply placed hurdles in our path all these years so this decision is truly welcome,” said Namitha S, an aspiring doctor.

The new decision has been attributed to the Delhi High Court direction, asking petitioners who voiced concerns against NEET clearance to apply for medical courses abroad to seek a one-time exemption from the Council.  However, students who appeared for NEET 2018 and failed to clear the test will not be allowed to enrolling in any foreign institute.

Source : deccanchronicle

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NEET 2018 Result: 3759 students from Resonance Qualified in NEET 2018.

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JEE Main 2019 – The New Marking & Ranking Scheme That You Should Know

JEE Main 2019: National Testing Agency has made amendment in the marking and ranking system for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) 2019. With the all-new conducting body, JEE Mains students have to face many changes for the year 2019. Although the Joint Entrance Examination for the year 2019 will be held twice and will be conducted by NTA.

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National Testing Agency has recently released some changes regarding the JEE Mains Exam for the year 2019. On the official website only, NTA has brought down some fresh changes to be followed by the JEE aspirants from 2019 onwards. Check out more details regarding the same below.

As per National Testing Agency, there has been a  change in marking and ranking system for the Joint Entrance Examination 2019. Students appearing for the JEE Main exam in 2019 will have to go through the new marking and ranking system. Here are the new marking and ranking system for JEE Mains 2019 aspirants to be held by NTA-

Each session will hold a different NTA percentile after that a master NTA score will be prepared with the assembling of all sessions raking. Whereas the top-ranked candidates as in the final ranking will be 100 percentile and then the tiebreaker will be in the highest percentile in maths, physics and chemistry in order. Although even if the score ties, then the older candidate will be ranked as the top. Also, the NTA will follow the same marking and ranking system for JEE Mains 2 as well. Finally, the JEE Main merit will be announced after the Mains 2 exam only in 2019.

According to HRD ministry and NTA, the reason for the change of marking and ranking system was necessary for the JEE Mains exam as the test format has changed in 2019. Even the Joint Entrance Examination will be conducted twice (January and April) in a year from 2019 onwards. Also, the JEE aspirants can appear for both the sessions exam in the next year.

Although NTA has implemented no changes in pattern and difficulty level of the JEE Exam 2019. For more updates regarding the same, students must visit the official website of NTA on the regular basis.

Source : chandigarhmetro.

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ResoNite Pawan Goyal, maintaining the league, secures AIR 6 with highest marks 350/360 in JEE (Main) 2018.

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