AIIMS Introduces Two Tier Registration Process For MBBS Entrance Exam

This year onwards, AIIMS MBBS aspirants shall have to register for the entrance exam in two phases. For AIIMS MBBS entrance exam 2019, online registration will begin on November 30, 2018. All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) will conduct the basic registration till January 3, 2019. The formalities of the final registration process will continue till March, 2019. Candidates whose basic registration is completed successfully will be allowed for the final process. After the basic registration candidates will be informed about the errors in their application form and will be given adequate time to edit the same. AIIMS will release the candidature of the applicants thereafter they can proceed for the final registration process.

Candidates who have passed / appearing / appeared in 12th class examination (in 10+2 scheme) or its equivalent with the subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and desirous of applying for MBBS course of AIIMS,’ as per the eligibility norms set by the institute. Applicants must have scored minimum 60% in the qualifying exam.

AIIMS MBBS 2019 entrance exam will be held on May 25 and 26, 2019. The entrance exam for admission to MBBS courses at AIIMS New Delhi and other AIIMS at Bathinda, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Deogarh, Gorakhpur, Jodhpur, Kalyani, Mangalagiri, Nagpur, Patna, Raipur, Rae Bareli, Rishikesh and Telangana will be held in two shifts: 9 am to 12.30 pm and 3 pm to 6.30 pm.

Admit cards for the exam will be available May 15, 2019 onwards.

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Take the KVPY route

The Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) is a national fellowship programme in basic sciences, initiated and funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, to identify highly motivated students who could pursue basic science courses and research careers. Students of classes XI and XII, who qualify, receive a monthly scholarship up to their pre-Ph.D level or five years, whichever is earlier. The exam is administered by the IISc Bengaluru with only 2,500 students qualifying out of lakhs who apply.

The programme tests students at three levels: KVPY SA exam for students of class XI, KVPY SX exam for class XII and KVPY SB exam for first-year students of BSc, integrated five-year M.Sc, or integrated five-year M.S.


Students who are already preparing for exams such as JEE Main, olympiads or any other competitive exam through institutes need not worry much, as the pattern accommodates KVPY. Here are some tips.

1. Manage your time with an effective study plan. Discipline is the key to following your timetable. Make a plan which is feasible, allowing you to utilise time effectively, while giving equal attention to all subjects and important topics. Keep aside an hour daily for self-analysis and correction. Segregate time for covering the syllabus concept-wise. While attempting the exam, it is always advisable to attempt the known portion of the question paper first.

2. Utilise available resources efficiently. Understanding concepts is a must; choose study material which enable this. Make use of periodic physical interactions with expert faculty and group study to clear your doubts. Make short self-written notes for long-term memorising.

3. Evaluate yourself and reinforce your weak areas. Neglecting them can be your biggest mistake.

4. Stay connected with experts. Institutes which provide result analysis and doubt-clearing sessions on a regular basis could be useful.

5. Judge your performance with periodic testing, after focussed study. Practise with as many mock tests as you can and make sure you go through previous year’s question papers.

Subject-wise tips

Physics: The class XI syllabus forms the foundation of any competitive exam. Be thorough in it, especially if you are appearing at the SA level. Focus on topics such as optics, mechanics and electromagnetism. Do not leave any topic untouched, and go through thermodynamics, simple harmonic motion, and waves.

For the SX level, practise numerical problems and keep all the concepts clear. Focus on kinematics, gravitation, fluids, heat and thermodynamics, waves and sound, capacitors and electrostatics, magnetics, electromagnetic induction, optics and modern physics.

Math: Basic knowledge of geometry and number theory is a must. Other topics include algebra, quadratic equations, series and progression, permutations and combinations, and basic geometry. Study of fundamental topics such as circles, trigonometry and sequence and series can guarantee good marks. Go through them at least once before the exam, as three to four questions based on them are expected. The SX level will include questions from integration, statistics, vector algebra and 3D geometry. Topics such as application of derivatives, matrices and determinants, and limits are high-scoring.

Chemistry: If you are appearing for the SX exam, consult NCERT books for inorganic chemistry. Organic chemistry needs to be clear from the basic level along with regular practice. Focus on coordination chemistry and chemical bonding in inorganic chemistry, electrochemistry, chemical and ionic equilibrium, mole concept in physical chemistry and organic chemistry, atomic structure, and chemical bonding.

Biology: It is relatively easier to score good marks in biology in the SA category, compared to other subjects. If you are thorough with class IX and X NCERT and have gone through important topics from class XI and XII NCERT books, you can expect to score more than 80%. Genetics, cell and biomolecule, physiology (both animal and plant, especially photosynthesis in plants and control and coordination in both animals and plants), and health and disease are important. Read these topics from XI and XII NCERT selectively. Attempting mock tests and solving previous years’ question papers during preparation will help you score extra marks.

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NSEJS 2018 – Detailed Analysis by Resonance

On 18th  November 2018, NSEJS (National Standard Examination in Junior Science) – 2018 exam was conducted by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) at many centers all over the country. NSEJS is the stepping stage for selection of aspiring and talented students in the Junior Science Olympiad Program. The student can move forward to other stages only after clearing this stage.

Eligibility:Only Indian citizens born between January 1, 2004 and December 31, 2005 ,(both days inclusive) and are students studying in Class X or lower as of November 30, 2018, can apply and appear for NSEJS 2018. The student must not appear any of the senior science Olympiad. The student has to himself re-assure his eligibility. At any stage if the student is found to be not eligible for the exam, he/she may be disqualified from the Program
Syllabus: The syllabus for National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS) is almost similar as the curriculum of secondary level (Class IX and Class X) of CBSE. However, only basic guideline for the course is mentioned. No detailed syllabus is given for NSEJS. There were questions from physics, mathematics, biology and chemistry.

Question Paper: The medium of test was English only and it comprised of 80 objective type questions, each with only one of the four options correct with 3 marks each and -1 negative marking for incorrect answer.

Qualifying for the Second Stage: The basic objective of conducting this test is not focusing on merit but to involve as many students from the country to participate in the exam and try to show and expose their talent. Hence the selection to the stage II examinations i.e. Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs) is based on the following scheme

  1. Eligibility Clause: To be eligible to get to the next level, i.e. the second stage, it is necessary that a student scores at-least a Minimum Admissible Score (MAS) which is 50% of the average of top 10 students across the nation.
  2. Proportional Representation Clause: The maximum number of students that can get to Stage II (INO) in each subject is around 300. These many students are not selected only on the merit basis but also on proportionate basis. This proportion is decided on the base of the number of candidates who appeared for NSE in the previous year from that center in each State or Union Territory (UT). In case there is a tie at the last position, then all the students competing for the last position will be eligible to move to stage II. However it’s necessary that the selected students fulfill the eligibility clause laid out above. The total number to be selected from centers in each State for each subject will be displayed on the IAPT and HBCSE websites.

Minimum Representation Clause: Notwithstanding the proportional representation clause the number of students selected for INO from each State and UT must be at least one, provided that the eligibility clause is satisfied.

Merit Clause: As stated above, approximately 300 students are to be selected for second stage. However, all the students scoring 80% of the average of top 10 students are considered selected even if the total selections surpassed 300.

There will be no other criterion or provision for selection to the Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs). All students who qualify to appear for the INJSO get a certificate of merit from IAPT.

Overall Marks Distribution

The paper pattern was same as last year. The paper had 80 questions each worth 3 marks. All questions were objective type with single correct option. If we talk about subject wise, then there were 20 questions from Mathematics and Biology, and 20 questions were from Physics and 20 questions were asked from Chemistry.

Subject Class 8 Class 9 Class 10 Class 11 Class 12 Total
No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Mark
Physics 1 3 3 9 5 15 8 24 3 9 20 60
Chemistry     7 21 6 18 3 9 4 12 20 60
Maths 2 6 3 9 9 27 6 18     20 60
Biology     2 6     6 18 12 36 20 60
Grand Total 3 9 15 45 20 60 23 69 19 57 80 240

Overall Difficulty Level Analysis

In this analysis we have rated every question on a scale of 1 to 3. The ratings are done by expert faculty of Resonance. The individual ratings are then averaged to calculate overall difficulty level.

  • 1: Easy
  • 2: Moderate
  • 3: Difficult
Subject Difficulty Level
Physics 1.95
Chemistry 2.00
Mathematics 2.00
Biology 2.45
Total 2.10

Difficulty Level Analysis: No of Questions

Subject Easy Level Medium Level Difficult Level Total
No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Marks No of Questions Total Marks
Physics 5 15 11 33 4 12 20 60
Chemistry 6 18 8 24 6 18 20 60
Mathematics 2 6 16 48 2 6 20 60
Biology 4 12 3 9 13 39 20 60
Grand Total 17 51 38 114 25 75 80 240


Resonance Experts feel that Physics was easy, while Biology & Mathematics were on tougher side compared with other subjects. While around 51 Marks can be considered easy overall, 114 marks are moderately difficulty and 75 marks are considered difficult by Resonance Team.

Overall, it is felt by Resonance Faculty Team that paper was on tougher side compared to last year and the cut-off is expected to be lower than that of last year.

Comparison of Difficulty Level Subject Wise

Comparison of Difficulty Level Subject Wise
Subject Difficulty Level
Difficulty Level
Physics 1.76 1.95
Chemistry 1.84 2.00
Mathematics 1.80 2.00
Biology 2.00 2.45
Total 1.85 2.10

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Top 10 Law Colleges In India 2018-19

If you are a law aspirant and wish to know about the best LLB colleges in India to apply to this admission season, then this article is for you. Law institutes are assessed on various parameters, such as fees, infrastructure, faculty, academic productivity, industry interface, and the college environment. To begin your career in the highly competitive legal arena, consider studying at one of the following top law colleges in India.

The list of top law colleges in India is as follows:

1. National Law School of India University, Bangalore

This government-owned law school is rated AAAAA and boasts a 23-acre sprawling campus. Established in 1987, this prestigious educational institution offers B.A. LLB, LLM, and other Masters programs. It conducts admission through the CLAT exam and has a 100% placements record. You may choose to specialize in subjects like business law and human rights. It also offers amenities like hostels, a cafeteria, an expansive library, a well-equipped gym, and convenient bank facilities. This is the top-most law school in the country and the most coveted choice for aspiring lawyers.

2. National Law University, New Delhi

Situated close to the respected seat of power, the Supreme Court of India, this state university has a rating of AAAA+. It also has NAAC A accreditation. Established in 2008 and home to 36 esteemed faculty members, it offers law diplomas, LLB, B.A LLB, Ph. D, and LLM. courses. It is known for excellent ‘Moot Court’ programs, convenient student transport, and state-of-the-art classrooms. It conducts an entrance exam through AILET and ensures job placement for graduating students.

3. Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur

Located in West Bengal, this institution has a faculty of 13 members. Established in 2006, this school offers an exclusive residential three-year LLB. Honors course and a two-year LLM course. These courses have been approved by the Bar Council of India (BCI). Moreover, to gain admission here, students must perform well in the LSAT-India exam. They must also hold a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in technology, medicine, or any equivalent field.

4. NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad

This government-owned institution holds an AAAA+ rating and NAAC A accreditation. It boasts 55 acres of campus space and a 44- member faculty. The courses offered here include MBA, B.A LLB, LLM, and M.Phil. It was established in the year 1999, is co-ed, and also has University Grants Commission (UGC) approval. It provides students with good medical and hospital facilities, hostels, sports programs, and alumni associations.

5. National Law University, Jodhpur

Located in the blue city of India, this law college in India accepts only female applicants. It has a UGC approval, a rating of AAAA+, and 41 faculty members. It offers well-curated LLM, LLB, Ph. D, and MBA degrees. You can choose to specialize in a range of spheres like international trade law, insurance, risk management, corporate law, IPR and technology law, and cyber law and cyber security. The facilities include a good gym, recreational options, a library, a cafeteria, and strong IT infrastructure.

6. WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

This autonomous university enjoys an AAA+ rating, UGC approval, and only accepts female applicants. With 21 faculty members and five acres of campus space, it offers undergraduate and postgraduate law courses such as LLB, B.A LLB, LLM, and M.Phil. It has the best pedagogic processes and systems amongst law colleges in India and accepts admissions through the CLAT exam. Through the strong placements cell, graduating students have been able to grab job opportunities at firms like SREI & Infosys and Balmer Lawrie.

7. Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat

This is a privately owned law school with 120 faculty members. You can choose to study a variety of courses here, like BA LLB Honors Integrated; LLM Corporate and Financial Law and Policy; LLM International Trade Law and Investment Law; LLM Taxation Law; and LLM in the general category. This college accepts admission through four exams, which are LSAT-India, DU LLB, CLAT PG, and DU LLM Entrance Exam. The IT infrastructure, auditorium, and alumni associations are known to be best-in-class.

8. Gujarat National Law College, Gandhinagar

Established in 2004, this co-ed law school has 50 acres of campus and 53 faculty members. It also has an AAA rating and NAAC A accreditation. By far, it offers the widest range of courses to choose from, such as B.A LLB, BBA. LLB, LLM, B.Com LLB, B.Sc LLB, Ph. D, and MBA, among others. You can opt to specialize in fields such as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) or Financial Management and Business Law, among various others. Admission here is only done through the CLAT exam. Graduating students have known to secure job opportunities at the offices of HDFC, SEBI, and HZL.

9. Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Delhi

This government-owned law school is co-ed, has 147 faculty members, and enjoys BCI approval. Admission is done through the DU LLB entrance exam. However, a graduate of any discipline of knowledge can apply. This college offers one of the lowest fee structures in India. It offers LLB and LLM courses, the latter of which can last anywhere between two years to three years. This institution is also well-known for its ‘Moot Court’ programs.

10. National Law Institute University, Bhopal

Located in the heart of the country, this co-ed university has an AAA+ rating. In addition, it has UGC approval, 23 faculty members, and 60 acres of campus to its name. It offers LLB, LLM, and Ph. D degrees in subjects like ‘Business Law’ and ’Constitutional and Administrative Law’. Admission is done through the CLAT exam, like many other universities. After graduating from here, students are known to find jobs at reputed law companies like Khetan, Amarchand, LKS, and ABZ & Partners.

The aforementioned top 10 law colleges in India are sure to impart a well-rounded and sterling education in law. You will be well qualified and thoroughly prepared to face the legal challenges of the world if you study from any of these law colleges.

Source : republicworld

AIIMS MBBS 2019: Registration process to start from this date @

AIIMS MBBS 2019: The Basic Registration process for AIIMS MBBS 2019 exam will begin soon.

As per an official notification, the basic registration process for AIIMS MBBS was scheduled to begin in the second week of November. While the second week is over, we can expect that the process will begin in the next couple of days

AIIMS MBBS 2019: Two stage registration process for AIIMS MBBS 2019

For the exam being conducted 2019 onwards, AIIMS has decided to adopt two-stage registration process for MBBS entrance exam as well. In this new model by AIIMS, candidates would complete a basic registration, almost six months before the exam, and then complete a final registration a couple months before the exam.

Once a candidate completes the basic registration on the website, they would not need to complete the basic registration process again. Basic Registration is enduring for life.

AIIMS MBBS 2019: No application fee

There is no application fee involved in the basic registration stage.

The particulars and images submitted at the time of Basic Registration will be screened, and there would be adequate time to correct errors and deficiencies.
The candidates will be informed whether their registration is accepted, and their details will be stored with a unique identification number.

Source : Indiatoday

NTA launches new website for NEET 2019 exam


The National Testing Agency, also known as NTA, has launched a new website for National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2019 (NEET). The official website – is still under construction but some reports suggest that will become functional from November 1. Interestingly, this is the date when registration for NEET 2019 exam is expected to begin. The window for the same will close on 30th November 2018. The NEET 2019 will be conducted through offline mode i.e. pen and paper based exam on May 5, 2019. As per the final decision by the government, it will be conducted only once for the academic session 2019-20.

Important Dates:

Registration Starts: 1st November 2018
Registration Ends: 30th November 2018
Admit Card: 15th April 2019
Date of examination: 5th May 2019
Result: 5th June 2019

As per now, this is the final schedule. Although sometimes it happens that the result date changes due to some reasons. But we can expect the result to be declared in the same month. After a long debate on the conduction of NEET 2019 examination, the Human Resource Development (HRD) ministry rolled back its decision to conduct MBBS and BDS entrance exam NEET online twice a year. It was creating some issues among the students, parents, and officials.

About NTA

The National Testing Agency also known as NTA has been established as an autonomous and self-sustained testing body to conduct entrance examinations for admission/fellowship in higher educational institutions. This year the NTA will be conducting engineering, medical as well as management courses. JEE Main 2019, NEET 2019, CMAT 2019 and UGC NET examination are some of the competitive examinations that NTA will focus on.

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Proposal to hold MHT CET 2019 in Online Mode in 2nd and 3rd weeks of May

MHT CET 2019: The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State is considering a proposal to scrap the MHT CET pen and paper based Mode exam and hold MHT CET 2019 onwards only in Online Mode.

In an official notification posted on its website, the State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State said MHT CET 2019 will be held in the 2nd and 3rd weeks of May. “The MHT CET 2019 in Online Mode will be conducted within 16 to 20 days at different centers”, the Commissioner, State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State, said.

Conducted for admissions in first year of B.E/B.TECH and B.PHARM./ D.PHARM. courses and B. SC.(HONOURS) / B. TECH courses in Agriculture courses, MHT CET has so far been held only on a single day in pen and paper based.

If a decision is taken, then the State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State will be in the list of examination authorities scarpping pen and paper based exams and opting Online Mode Computer based test.

The State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State notification regarding MHT CET 2019 Online Mode of exam comes at the backdrop of National Testing Agency’s decision to hold all competitive exams including JEE Main 2019 (for Engineering as well as Architect), UGC NET 2019 and others, only in Online Mode.

NEET 2019 – mandatory exam for admission to first year MBBS, BDS, BUMS, MHMS and other professional courses will be held in offline (pen and paper based) as well as in Online Mode.

JEE Advanced – entrance test for admission to IITs and other top engineering colleges is already being conducted only in Online Mode.

While announcing its decision to hold MHT CET 2019 only in Online Mode, the State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State has also asked students, parents and common citizens to submit objection to the proposal if any before November 15, 2018.

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