RBSE science results see 3% drop

 RBSE class XII Science pass percentage declined by 3% while Commerce pass percentage improved by one percent as compared to the pass percentage of last year.
Last year, 89.30 percent students cleared Science stream against the total of 86.60 percent students managed to clear the exam.

It has come as a setback for state which claimed to have made several institutional changes in the education like facilities, labs, teachers etc.

Sources said that deliberate liberal marking in internal exams have shot up the pass percentage and marks in Science subjects last year.

Questions were raised that internal marks of students especially from government schools were more than they secured in the paper last year.
Learning lessons from the past, the board tighten the internal marks which could be a reason that pass percentage has fallen down.
Interestingly, several of the students belonging to the Science stream changes their stream in college to either humanities or Commerce after NEET and JEE-Advanced results.

Source: Times of India

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WBJEE result 2018 declared at wbjeeb.nic.in, Abhinandan Bose tops the exam

WBJEE results 2018: The students who had appeared in the examination can check the results through the official website, wbjeeb.nic.in and wbjee.in. WBJEEB has announced the topper’s name and the score card today. The mock counselling will now begin and nearly 99 per cent students have cleared the entrance exam.

The result of West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WBJEE 2018) has been released on May 23 and this year, Abhinandan Bose of Kolkata’s South Point High School topped the exam. A total of 1,05,974 candidates appeared for the WBJEE this year, of which 1,05,081 (99 per cent) cleared it. Bose stood first in engineering while Dedeepyo Ray of Hariyana Vidya Mandir in Salt Lake stood second and Archisman Saha of DPS Ruby Park secured the third rank. The rank card is now available at the official website, wbjeeb.nic.in. The students who will clear the examinations will get an admission to Engineering, Architecture, Pharmacy degree courses in universities, colleges in the state of West Bengal. West Bengal has achieved success rate of 64 per cent. Abhinandan Bose from South Point School topped the WBJEE examination.

The examination was conducted on Sunday, April 22, 2018 in two shifts, paper 1 from 11 am to 1 pm, and paper 2 from 2 to 4 pm. According to students, the Mathematics paper was quite tough, however, the overall paper was easy.

WBJEEB Counselling 2018:

The WBJEEB counselling process will start from June via online medium. The counselling process is divided into various steps which include registration, choice filling, seat allotment, reporting to the colleges, etc. The students who have been allotted a rank will proceed for the counselling session. The eligibility for participating in the counselling is that the candidate should achieve a rank. The counselling will be conducted through the online mode and it will consist of various rounds.

Last year, nearly 1.17 lakh students had registered for the entrance exam and around 36 per cent of the applicants were from outside Bengal. The result was declared in June and around 85 per cent of the students had cleared the exam successfully.

Every year, the Board releases the merit lists for engineering admissions and pharmacy admissions respectively. For admission in the Bachelor of Architecture (B Arch), the students should have passed class 12 with 50 per cent marks each in physics, chemistry and mathematics. Also, the e-counselling will be done by WBJEEB.

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The WBJEEB was set up in 1962 in order to hold common entrance exams for admission to the undergraduate level engineering courses in the state. Every year, WBJEE is being conducted for admission to undergraduate courses in engineering and technology, pharmacy and architecture in universities, government colleges and self-financed institutes in the state.

SOURCE: Indian Express

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JEE Advanced 2018: Question papers for JEE Advanced 2018 exam released at jeeadv.ac.in

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur has uploaded the question papers for the JEE Advanced 2018 exam, which was held on May 20, 2018. The question papers for both parts 1 and 2 have been have been released on jeeadv.ac.in in English and Hindi.

Applicants can download the question paper from the website jeeadv.ac.in. They can also directly access the question paper PDFs – here for paper 1 and here for paper 2.

It is advisable that students download the question papers. They will be required if a student wishes to raise an objection when the answer keys are released.

Over 1.5 lakh students across the country appeared for the first-ever completely computer-based Joint Entrance Examination-Advanced (JEE-Adv) held on May 20. Most found the exam very difficult. Experts have anticipated a drop in the overall cut-off as many students were not happy with their performances.

According to figures shared by the JEE-Adv organising chairman, 1.57 lakh students appeared for paper I and 1.55 lakh appeared for paper II.

SOURCE: Hindustan Times

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Tripura TJEE 2018 Results Declared at tjee.nic.in; Rohan Debbarma Tops Both PCM & PCB

Tripura JEE 2018 Result has been declared by the Tripura Board of Joint Entrance Examination on its official website – tbjee.nic.in. The Tripura Board had organized Tripura Joint Entrance Examination (TJEE) 2018 for candidates seeking admissions to different professional degree courses in Engineering, Technological, Agricultural, Veterinary, Fisheries and others streams. A total of 2813 candidates have qualified the PCM – Engineering Entrance Exam while 3907 candidates have qualified the PCB – Medical Entrance Exam. Candidates who had appeared for TJEE 2018 can follow the instructions below and download their result, merit position and answered OMR sheets now:

How to download Tripura JEE 2018 Result?

Step 1 – Visit the official website – http://tbjee.nic.in/

Step 2 – Click on TJEE 2018 Results – View Marks, Merit Positions and Answered OMR Sheets.

Step 3 – Enter your Enrollment Number, Date of Birth and click on Show Result

Step 4 – Download your result and take a printout for further reference

Direct Link – http://tsu.trp.nic.in/tripuraresults/jee_tri_2018_xxx_results_sd_nicsd_Pub_adjk_ssfsf_erdfgd_res_18_jee.htm

Rohan Debbarma has topped both Medical and Engineering entrance exam, followed by Subhradeep Saha and Spandan Sen Chowdhury at position second and third respectively in Engineering, and Nilotpal Chakrabarti and Deepmalya Chakrabarti at second and third position respectively in Medical stream.

The counseling for TJEE 2018 is expected to begin soon. Candidates can read the official notification pertaining to the same at the below mentioned url:

http://tbjee.nic.in/Notification_dated23052018.pdf

Source: News 18

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CLAT exam: HC seeks Centre, BCI reply on ABVP, students plea

Petition claimed mismanagement, incompetency

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday sought response from the Centre and the Bar Council of India on a plea by BJP’s youth wing Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and two law students challenging the “inconsistently and negligently” conducted Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) held recently.

Justice Rekha Palli issued notice to the Ministries of Law and Justice, and Human Resource Development, BCI, CLAT working committee and implementation committee, and the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS).

The petition sought quashing of the CLAT-2018, contending that there were mismanagement and incompetency of the national law universities in conducting the examination on a rotational basis.

The petition sought the court’s intervention against the “inconsistent, negligent, sub-standard and inefficient” conduct of CLAT which was organised by its working committee, implementation committee and the NUALS on May 13.

Next hearing, results

The court listed the case for further hearing on May 30 while the CLAT results are expected to be declared on May 31.

The petition also sought direction to appoint an independent body for conducting the examination afresh.

The exam is conducted for the purpose of admission to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in law offered at premier national law schools of the country.

The petition said there had been repeated failures and technical glitches every year in the conduct of CLAT and students were currently facing a threat to their career due to failure of the authorities.

SOURCE: The Hindu

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WBJEE 2018 results: West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam results declared; check scores on wbjeeb.in

The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) declared the results of WBJEE 2018 today. The JEE board has declared the results online on its official website, www.wbjeeb.in. Eligible candidates may check their grades by logging into the result portal using the relevant login details.

report on NDTV said the WBJEE was held on 22 April. The exam is meant to conduct admissions to engineering/ architecture/ pharmacy degrees at universities and colleges in the state of West Bengal.
Based on the results when they are out, participating institutes of WBJEE will release their respective merit lists for counselling and seat allotment. A state-level exam, WBJEE 2018, was conducted offline on 22 April. The total number of registrations for the exam was more than 1.27 lakh, as reported by Firstpost on 17 May.

The four-hour exam included objective-type questions from three subjects — physics, chemistry and mathematics. A maximum of 75 questions were asked of Mathematics, while Chemistry and Physics contributed 40 each. The total marks for WBJEE 2018 is 200.

How to check your results:

– To check the result, the candidate has to go to the official WBJEE website, www.wbjeeb.in

– Click on the result link

– Login to the result portal using the WBJEE 2018 application number and password

– Upon successful login, the result would be displayed.

The candidate must download and take a printout of the WBJEE result, which will be available in the form of rank cards.

SOURCE: First Post

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JEE to be held on April 21 next year

The state joint entrance board is likely to hold the entrance test for admission to engineering colleges and pharmacy institutes on April 21 next year.

JEE board chairman Malayendu Saha announced the dates while releasing the 2018 exam results.

“We have tentatively fixed April 21, 2019, which is a Sunday,” Saha said.

The board will hold mock counselling across 33 centres so that the modalities of e-counselling are clear to the candidates and they can opt for the institute and the discipline of their preference.

“The mock counselling will start from May 28 and continue till June 2,” Saha said.

The details of the centres will be uploaded on the website, http://www.wbjeeb.in on Thursday.

“The e-counselling is likely to start from June 4, provided the Plus II results of all boards are declared by then,” Saha said.

The West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education is still to declare the Plus II results. The CBSE board, too, is yet to declare the Plus II results.

The board has planned to hold the counselling early so that the admission process can be started early and the problem of vacancy, specially, in the private engineering colleges can be avoided. For the same reason, the results were declared early, a board official said.

Last year the results were declared on June 5. This year, the exam was held on April 22 and the results were announced on May 23.

In 2017 the test had been held on April 23.

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