Our students will grab top ranks in JEE Main 2018: Kota coaching centres

Students in Kota are likely to get the top positions in the All-India Ranking of JEE Main 2018, the entrance test for admission in engineering colleges across the country, officials of coaching centres in the Rajasthan city said on Sunday ahead of the announcement of the result on Monday.

“Students from our institute are likely to dominate the JEE Mains 2018 ranking and results and we are hoping for top ranks for our students in Top 10 list,” director of Allen Career Institute Naveen Maheshwari said.

“At least two students from the coaching institutes in Kota are likely to grab the ranks in Top 5 merit list and at least four can get into the Top 10,” RK Verma of Resonance Eduventures Private Limited said.

Victorious moment for all 12 students who secured their positions in the Top 200 of JEE (Main) 2018. Heartiest congratulations to all of them

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The All-India Rank is used for admissions to National Institute of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), Centrally Funded Technical Institute (CFTI), Self-Financed Institutes (SFIs), and other institutes.

Nearly 12,00,000 students appeared for JEE Main 2018 offline as well as online exams conducted by the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) and only 220,000 will be eligible for the next phase of JEE Advanced for admission to Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and other top engineering institutes.

There were nearly 9,800 aspirants who appeared in JEE Main 2018 across 18 exam centres in Kota on April 8.

The centres are making the claims after calculating the marks obtained by their students according to the answer key of the JEE Mains 2018 that was recently released by the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE). They say the topper is likely to score around 350 marks or above.

“One of our students has scored 350 marks out of 360 marks as per the answer key so he is likely to get a rank in the Top 5 but the exact rank cannot be calculated as we do not know the marks of every aspirant in the country,” Verma of the Resonance Coaching Institute said.

The officials also said that a large number of aspirants from Kota will clear JEE Mains 2018 and are likely to get ranks in Top 100 and Top 500.

Last year, two students each from Allen and Resonance figured in the Top 10 list. Kalpit Veerwal of Resonance’s Udaipur branch clinched the All India Rank 1 by scoring 100% marks. The coaching institutes said in 2017 over 39,000 of their students cleared JEE and that at least 48 of them were in AIR top 100.

Amit Ahuja, an academic counsellor at Allen, said JEE Mains 2018 participants who will score between 250 and 300 out of 360 marks are likely to get into the top National Institutes of Technology (NIT). He added that those with marks between 200 and 250 may get into the Indian Institutes of Information and Technology (IIITs).

Ahuja said the possibility of the bonus marks in JEE Mains 2018 is unlikely as the answer key released by the board was the same as that prepared by the coaching institutes.

Nearly 150,000 students from across the country enrol in the 40-odd coaching institutes in Kota, which is known as India’s coaching capital, every year to prepare for the highly competitive entrance examinations for different professional courses.

Kota’s coaching business runs into hundreds of crores of rupees and the centres are known to produce all-India toppers in most of the competitive exams.

Source Credits: Hindustan Times

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Re-allot NEET exam centres, HC directs CBSE

The Madras High Court on Friday directed the CBSE to re-allot the NEET examination centres for Tamil Nadu candidates who were allotted centres in other states.

The order asked for the NEET exam centres to be allocated adjacent to the candidates’ place of residence or at least in the state at the earliest.

Candidates with similar problems of getting NEET exam centres outside their home state can apply for fresh seat allotments.

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Directive comes after a PIL filed

This move was taken by a division bench of justices Huluvadi G Ramesh and M while disposing of a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by lawyer S Kalimuthu Mylavan.

The petitioner had sought a direction to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for re-allotment of the NEET examination centres for the candidates from Tamil Nadu, who were assigned centres outside the state.

He had submitted that the TN candidates were allotted examination centres in other states unlike what was mentioned in their applications.

The petitioner had contended that most of the candidates were from rural areas and belonged to poor families and that they might not be able to afford their stay in other states.

He had prayed to the court to quash the April 18 public notice issued by the CBSE, which conducts the NEET, and for a subsequent direction to re-allot the examination centres for the candidates from Tamil Nadu.

Here’s what the bench of judges said:

“Because of allotment of exam centres in other states, the candidates will have to travel a long distance and there will be financial implications on them,” the bench said.

“We direct the CBSE that in respect of the candidates who have been allotted centres in Kerala, Rajasthan or other faraway places or in other states, (they) shall be allotted centres adjacent to their place of residence or at least in Tamil Nadu at the earliest,” it added.

The revised allotment should be intimated to the candidates by the CBSE by publishing the information on a website or newspaper, the bench said.

Candidates allotted seats outside their home state can get fresh seats

Similarly, candidates who have been allotted centres in other states can apply to the local NEET exam centre and get fresh allotments.

“On such representation, the same shall be considered by the authorities in a proper manner as directed above and such details shall be published,” the bench said.

About NEET

The National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) is scheduled to be held across the country on May 6, 2018.

CBSE conducts the test as per the Indian Medical Council Act 1956 (amended in 2016) and the Dentists Act 1948 (also amended in 2016).

The examination is held for admission to MBBS/BDS courses in India in medical/dental colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the ministry of health and family welfare, except for the institutions established through an Act of Parliament ie AIIMS and JIPMER Puducherry.

Source Credits: India Today

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NCERT issues guidelines on cyberbullying

Schools should consider contracting third-party vendors for cyber security, make sure the computers on campus have licensed software, and password-protect school Wi-Fi, said the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) in its guidelines for cyber safety. Issued in three parts, the guidelines are directed at schools, students and teachers.

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They outline dos and don’ts in addition to policy suggestions. This is the first time that NCERT has issued such a guideline. Students are exhorted to “report online bullying immediately” to teachers, parents or someone they trust, to not bully others online “by teasing, threatening, using rude or offensive language, making derogatory or hateful comments, and to not “log in as someone else to read their emails or mess with their online profiles,” among other things.

The guidelines issued on Tuesday also ask teachers to “regularly review browsing history on the devices being used by children” and “monitor device usage by students” and not to engage with cyberbullies. This February, a cyberbullying incident from a Gurugram school where a Class VIII student threatened to rape a teacher and harm her daughter in an Instagram post had caused much concern among parents and schools, prompting a rethink of policies dealing with such behaviour.

“These guidelines can provide a framework for our own policies,” says Tania Joshi, principal, The Indian School, New Delhi. “We already have an anti-bullying committee which is mentioned in the school almanac. If there is some kind of cyberbullying, we should also involve the parents, because they often don’t get to know,” she says.

Students too have welcomed the move. Besides standard recommendations relevant to their roles, the guidelines also spell out general safety measures that are usually prescribed for all internet users. These include logging out of online sessions when not in use, not saving passwords, guarding against phishing scams, avoiding clicking on suspicious links, and not downloading email attachments from dubious sources.

Source Credits: Times of India

ResoNite Pawan Goyal, maintaining the league, secures 350 marks with AIR 6.

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CBSE Class 10, Class 12 results 2018 won’t be delayed: Find likely date

There will be no delay in CBSE Class 12 results due to re-examination following the CBSE paper leaks. Check for updates on Business Standard

2018, CBSE Class 12 result are unlikely to be delayed due to the re-examinations held on account of the infamous CBSE paper leaks. Nearly a month after the CBSE exam question papers were leaked, the re-test of the Class 12 Economics paper took place on April 25. But that would not delay the declaration of the results, said a CBSE board official. The students could check their CBSE Class 12 and Class 11 results on CBSE’s official website cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in.

“The results will be declared on time as the evaluation is in advanced stage despite re-exam of economics paper. We have rigorously followed up with schools to send more evaluators than the required number,” a senior Board Official said. There were also reports of the CBSE’s Class 10 mathematics paper being leaked, but the board decided against its re-test, saying class 10 was just an “internal segment” of school system. The reports of the leak of the CBSE papers had caused disappointment among students across the country last month. In Delhi, students held protests accusing the CBSE of negligence and demanded immediate action against the guilty.

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According to Delhi Police, the class 12 economics paper was leaked on 23 March – three days before the scheduled date of the examination.

Top 5 highlights of CBSE Class 12 and 10 exams 2018:

1. Retest of economics paper will not delay results: CBSE students can check their CBSE Class12 and Class 10 results on There will be no delay in CBSE CLass 12 results due to re-test following CBSE paper leak.

ALSO READ: Google ties up with CBSE for results, exam-related info

2. SC dismisses another plea for CBI probe into CBSE paper leak case: The petition alleged that the CBSE gave the order to protect the “real culprits” within the body and demanded that it be quashed, but a bench of justices S A Bobde and L Nageswara Rao said that the court would not like to the interfere with the conduct of the re-examination.

“We cannot interfere with the decision of CBSE. On this very ground this petition stands dismissed,” the bench said, noting the top court had earlier dismissed similar prayers.

The counsel appearing for petitioner social activist Sanjoy Sachdev said that the CBSE is not a statutory authority and it had no authority to conduct the re-examination.

3. Google ties up with CBSE for results, exam-related info: Tech giant Google said it has collaborated with Central Board Of Secondary Education(CBSE) to allow students check their results on its platform. “Starting from Monday with the JEE Main exam results, the Cbse is enabling students to look up exam results directly on the google search page,” Google said in a statement.

This will help students quickly, securely, and seamlessly locate their exam score on their Smartphone or desktop, it added.

4. CBSE Class 12 result 2018 and class 10 result date: According to sources, CBSE will announce the Central Board of Secondary CBSE Class 12 Board Results 2018 on May 26 i.e. third week of May.

5. STEPS TO CHECK CBSE CLASS 12 AND CLASS 10 RESULT 2018:

— Go to the CBSE official website cbse.nic.in

— Click on CBSE Class 12th Result 2018 or CBSE Class 10th Result 2018

— Enter your admit card details and get your 2018 or CBSE Class 12 Result 2018

— Download your 2018 for future reference

Students can access their results via SMS charged at 50 paise per SMS

Source Credits: Business Standard

ResoNite Pawan Goyal, maintaining the league, secures 350 marks with AIR 6.

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JEE Main results 2018: Know the list of toppers and the cut-off marks

The CBSE announced the JEE Main 2018 Paper I results on Monday, 30 April. The results, expected much earlier in the day, were announced at 6.30 pm on jeemain.nic.in.

As many as 2,31,024 top candidates of JEE Main 2018 qualified for appearing in JEE Advanced 2018 out of 11,35,084 candidates who appeared in the exam.

Bhogi Suresh Krishna from Andhra Pradesh secured first rank with a score of 350. The second ranke, KVR Hemant Kumar Chodipalli was also from Andhra Pradesh with a similar score, while the third ranker Parth Laturia hails from Rajasthan.

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List of Toppers for JEE Main 2018 Paper I:

1 Bhogi Suraj Krishna from Andhra Pradesh

2 KVR Hemant Kumar Chodipilli from Andhra Pradesh

3 Parth Laturia from Rajasthan

4 Pranav Goyal from Haryana

5 Gattu Mytraya from Telangana

6 Pawan Goyal from Rajasthan

7 Bhaskar Arun Gupta from Rajasthan

8 Bakarapu Bharath from Andhra Pradesh

9 Simranpreet Singh Saluja from Delhi

10 Gosula Vinayaka Srivardhan from Telangana

The cut-off marks for JEE Mains 2018:

Common Rank List: 74

Other Backward Class (OBC – NCL): 45

Scheduled Caste (SC): 29

Scheduled Tribe (ST): 24

PwD: -35

The results for JEE Main Paper II are expected to be announced on May 1.

JEE is conducted every year for various architecture and engineering courses. Admission in the IITs/NITs/IIITs and such other CFTIs are based on the JEE Advanced)/JEE(Main) ranks. Candidates who have scored least 75% marks in the 12th class examination will only qualify for the admissions. For SC/ST students the qualifying marks would be 65% in the 12th class examination. JEE is also considered as a qualifying exam for JEE Advanced.

CBSE Joint entrance examination is widely known as JEE Main. JEE Main Exam was conducted initially in the year 1960. It is a common entrance test that is conducted for admissions in various engineering institutions for courses such as B. tech, B.E, B. Arch, and B. planning under the track of Ministry of Human Resource Development.

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2.31 lakh candidates can take JEE (Advanced)

A total of 2,31,024 candidates out of the 10,74,319 who had appeared in the JEE (Mains) examination, 2018, were declared eligible for appearing in the JEE (Advanced) for admission to the IITs by the CBSE on Monday.

Out of these, 1,11,275 were common rank list candidates, 65,313 OBCs, 34,425 Scheduled Castes, 17,256 Scheduled Tribes and 2755 persons with disabilities.

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The cut offs for these categories were 74, 45, 29, 24 and minus 35, respectively.

The offline examination for JEE (Mains) was held on April 8 and the online examination on April 15 and 16.

There were 113 offline and 258 online examination centres in the country.

Source Credits: The Hindu

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JEE Mains results are out; 5 things to know about the toppers

Those who have cleared the JEE Main exams are now eligible for the online JEE Advanced exam, which will allocate seats to the much exalted Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), held by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), is one of the biggest exams in India. The offline JEE Main Paper 1 and 2 results have been announced, with some 2,20,000 students clearing the exams, out of a total of some 14 lakh applicants. Out of these, 1,11,275 were common rank list candidates, 65,313 OBCs, 34,425 Scheduled Castes, 17,256 Scheduled Tribes and 2755 persons with disabilities.

The results are available on jeemain.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in.

Clearing the JEE Mains exams gives students eligibility for National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs), Self-Financed Institutes (SFIs) and several other architecture and engineering courses. It is also considered by a host of other colleges, including Master of Business Administration (MBA) courses.

Those who have cleared the JEE Mains exams are now eligible for the online JEE Advanced exam, which will allocate seats to the much exalted Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). The same is also used as a ranking system for several other top engineering colleges. Online applications for JEE Advanced will begin on May 2, 2018, on the official website jeeadv.ac.in.

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Victorious moment for all 12 students who secured their positions in the Top 200 of JEE(Main) 2018. Heartiest congratulations to all of them.

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For a country as mesmerised with engineering as India, this is a crucial exam for lakhs for students. So who are the toppers?

Here are the toppers as per this report –

1) Suraj Krishna from Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh has topped the General Category lists, securing the All India 1st rank. KVR Hemant Kumar from Chodipilli, Andhra Pradesh was ranked second in the exams.

2) Parth Laturia from Nanded, Maharashtra has secured the third rank. As per a report in the Hindustan Times, he scored 120/120 in mathematics and 115/120 in physics and chemistry. Incidentally, he is also a student from Kota, Rajasthan, which is famous for its highly successful coaching centres.

All three scored 350 of 360 in the exams, but have been sorted via the CBSE’s ‘gradation’ system.

3) Interestingly a total of five of the top ten are from the Telugu speaking states. Gattu Mytraya from Telangana, the third Telugu student in the top ten, was ranked fifth. Bakarapu Bharath, the third student from Andhra Pradesh and fourth Telugu student in the list, was ranked eighth. Gosula Vinayaka Srivardhan, the second student from Telangana and fifth Telugu student on the list, was ranked tenth.

4) Two of the students are from Rajasthan. Pawan Goyal from Rajasthan was sixth. Bhaskar Arun Gupta, also from Rajasthan, was seventh.

5) Of the remaning two spots in the top ten, Pranav Goyal from Haryana secured the fourth rank and Simranpreet Singh Saluja from Delhi was ranked ninth.

Congratulations!

And in case any student has not cleared the exams, they should keep in mind that a host of other options, which also lead to fulfilling lives and well-paying jobs, are open to them. A single exam is no full measure of a career, so all avenues should be fully explored with optimism.

Source credits: The Better India

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