BITSAT 2018: Debrup Mandal’s success mantra for BITSAT

BITSAT 2018Examinations have started and we have interacted with Debrup Mandal to know how he has scored a decent score of 322 in BITSAT.
His main focus was only on JEE and his motivation to appear for JEE was he wanted to do something better and make his parents happy. With the same preparation he has given the BITSAT examination.

He was able to crack AIR 1674 in the JEE mains examination with strong determination. Some of the factors which helped him to get a good JEE rank and BITSAT score are:

Getting basic concepts right:
Even if you have just 3 months and have your basics right then with proper planning and strategy you can win over many of your competitors. If you want to improve your rank for a decent college then strategy and planning is the key.

Extensive mock test preparation:
In the last two months he used to practice 2-3 full length mock tests a week and he has revised them after giving the examination everyday.

He has maintained a log book where he used to note all the problems that he has done wrong. This has helped him a lot during the revision in last 15 days.

Due to this reason only he felt all the sections were easy in the BITSAT examination.

Managing pressure in last 2 months and during the examination:
In the last two months, he managed pressure by spending time with my family members.This helped him to get relieved from all the tensions.
Have a healthy lifestyle, it boosts confidence and will power which are a must in such papers.

Source: The Times of India

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CBSE 10th, 12th results 2018 to be available via Microsoft app SMS organiser

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to release the results of Class 10 and Class 12 examinations in the last week of May. This year, Microsoft through their app SMS organiser will inform students about their results, if they are offline also. The candidates have to register with their roll number, school code and the date of birth to be able to access their marks.

This year, over 28 lakh students had appeared for the Classes 10 and 12 exams. A total number of 16.38 lakh students registered for their matric or Class 10 exams while for Class 12 or inter examination, as many as 11.86 lakh students wrote the exam.

CBSE 10th 12th results 2018: How to get results on SMS organiser

Step 1: Download the SMS organiser app

Step 2: Check the notification from SMS Organiser to register CBSE results

Step 3: Click on the notification, and pre-register with your roll number, school code, date of birth

Step 4: Once the results released, click on the result notification to avail your score card

Step 5: Download the score card, and take a print out for further reference.

The Microsoft has partnered with CBSE since 2016 to display the board exam results on http://www.bing.com.

Apart from Microsoft, Google will also host the CBSE results this year. The tech-giant has also hosted JEE Main 2018 result.

CBSE results 2018: Websites to check

The students can check the results through the official websites, cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in and results.nic.in.

CBSE results 2018 via SMS

The results will also be available via SMS, the numbers are 52001 (MTNL), 57766 (BSNL), 5800002 (Aircel), 55456068 (Idea), 54321, 51234 and 5333300 (Tata Teleservices), 54321202 (Airtel), and 9212357123 (National Informatics Centre)

CBSE results 2018 via app

The students can also check their results via app available at google play store. To get the results, the students have to pre-register their roll number, date of birth and other details.

Some reports suggest that the result will be out by May 30, however, the CBSE officials have not announced any dates yet. Going by the previous year trend, CBSE does not release the result time, however, in 2017, the result was declared in the morning.

Source: Indian Express

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West Bengal council’s three-year efforts score a nought

The state government has been pulling out all stops over the last three years but the West Bengal Higher Secondary Council(WBHSC) has failed to taste success in the Joint Entrance Examination yet again. Not a single HS student made the cut on the top 10 merit list this year and of the 1,05,081 ranks awarded, they managed to bag just 47%. The rest have been grabbed by students from other boards.

A school education department official said they would need to evaluate the question pattern of both Higher Secondary and WBJEE. “WBHSC has to analyze if the question pattern is similar to the syllabus which is being taught by them. The requirements of WBJEE or IIT-JEE are different from the curriculum of Class XII. The approach is also separate,” he said. Additional coaching should be provided to students if needed, felt a physics teacher of a governmentrun school.

Education minister Partha Chatterjee praised the students from other boards. “The schools are run in a disciplined manner. Classes are held regularly and attendance is compulsory. Thus, despite fewer schools under their affiliation, other board candidates are performing well. The higher fee also allows them to upgrade infrastructure, which staterun schools had been lacking for the 34 years of Left Front rule. We are taking every step necessary to ensure a better result,” he said.

A WBHSC official, however, had a different opinion to share. “One should analyze thresults as a whole and not only concentrate on the toppers. It is important to understand that many WBHSC students are going to join research-oriented institutes. The situation of job market for engineers is pathetic. So, many students could have opted out of the rat race. They would rather join general degree courses and new subjects where the prospects are bright. Space technology, microbiology, photography and videography are some emerging subjects. I also know several people who would prefer to study management,” he explained.

Source: Times of India

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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.

As has been observed over the course of the past few weeks, the dates and times of result announcements have been frequently changed around. The information above has not been independently verified by Firstpost. However, this article will continue to be updated to reflect official updates as and when they come in.

Source: First Post

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Supreme Court to hear pleas over CLAT 2018 exam today

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

The Supreme Court would on Thursday hear the petitions challenging the Common Law Admission Test 2018 (CLAT) held on May 13 and asked the petitioners to place before it the orders, if any, passed by six high courts on similar pleas.

A bench of Justices A.M. Khanwilkar and Navin Sinha asked the lawyers appearing for the petitioners to serve the copy of their pleas to the standing counsel appearing for the respondents, including the Centre.

The petitioners told the bench that the high courts of Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Bombay, Punjab and Haryana and Rajasthan, both the Jaipur and Jodhpur bench, were hearing separate pleas challenging the CLAT 2018 examination and notices have been issued in some of these matters.

CLAT is conducted for the purpose of admission to undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in law offered at premier national law schools. It was organised by CLAT working committee and implementation committee and the National University of Advanced Legal Studies and the 2018 results are expected to be declared on May 31.

The petitioners have sought quashing of the CLAT 2018 besides a re-test alleging that inconsistencies had cropped up during the test held on May 13.

Source:  The Asian Age

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SC to hear tomorrow pleas challenging CLAT 2018 examination

The Supreme Court will on Thursday hear the petitions challenging the Common Law Admission Test 2018 (CLAT) held on May 13. The top court asked the petitioners to place before it the orders, if any, passed by six high courts on similar pleas.
A bench of Justices AM Khanwilkar and Navin Sinha asked the lawyers appearing for the petitioners to serve the copy of their pleas to the standing counsel appearing for the respondents, including the Centre.

The petitioners told the bench that the high courts of Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Bombay, Punjab and Haryana and Rajasthan, both the Jaipur and Jodhpur bench, were hearing separate pleas challenging the CLAT 2018 examination and notices have been issued in some of these matters.

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

The examination was organised by CLAT working committee and implementation committee and the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) and the 2018 results are expected to be declared on May 31.

“Have any reply, status report or orders been passed by any of these high courts? You find it out if you can. Just give us a compilation of orders, if any, passed by these high courts,” the bench, which posted the matter for hearing tomorrow, told the counsel for the petitioners.
The petitioners have sought quashing of the CLAT 2018 examination besides a re-test alleging that several inconsistencies had cropped up during the test held on May 13.

 The Jodhpur bench of the Rajasthan High Court had on May 21 issued notice on the plea challenging CLAT 2018 examination and said if the results were declared before May 29, it shall be subject to the outcome of the petition pending before it.
Similarly, the Delhi High Court had on May 22 sought responses from the Centre and the Bar Council of India (BCI) on a plea filed by the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad and two law students challenging the “inconsistently and negligently” conducted CLAT 2018 examination.

Several pleas have been filed challenging the CLAT 2018 examination alleging mismanagement and incompetency of the national law universities in conducting the test on a rotational basis.

Source: Times of India

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Bengal board draws a blank in WBJEE top-10

Marking a new low for the West Bengal Higher Secondary Council, not a single student from the state board figured among the top-10 in the 2018 West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination, the results for which were declared on Wednesday.

The state board was not only pushed out of the top-10 list —six of which went to CBSE-affiliated schools and the rest to ICSE board schools — it was also edged out by the two central boards in the list of first 10,000 rank holders.

This led the WBJEE to cast its net wider releasing the analysis of all 1,05,081 successful candidates—all those who scored above 0—allowing the state board to showcase a 47% success rate. Till last year, the WBJEE released the board-wise breakup of only the top- 10,000 ranks.

Desperate to retain successful students and stem the migration tide that has had engineering colleges in the state battling mounting vacancies in the past, the WBJEE published the results in record time and plans to begin counselling at least a week ahead of others.

Aware of the impending exodus to the IITs and other engineering institutes across the country, the WBJEEB has decided to allow all candidates who have scored above zero to participate in e-counselling for the 35,000 engineering seats in Bengal.

However, these steps may not be enough as all toppers are eagerly awaiting the IIT-JEE (Advanced) result and have no hesitation in saying that they will opt for the premier institute over engineering colleges in Bengal.

This year’s topper, Avinandan Bose, is from South Point High School, an institution that has consistently performed well at WBJEE over the years. However, unlike previous years where a predictable list of schools provided the top performers, this year there were surprises in store. Dedeepyo Ray of Hariyana Vidya Mandir bagged the second rank while Archisman Saha of DPS Ruby Park stood third.

While no single school dominated the top-10 list, Ritwik Ganguly (rank 7) of Hem Sheela Model School in Durgapur is the only one from the districts to figure in the top-10.

In 2017, 47% of the top 10,000 candidates were from CBSE, 26% from WBHSC, 13% from Bihar Board, 9% from ISC and 5% from other boards. WBJEE on Wednesday refused to divulge the board-wise ratio of top 10,000 candidates and instead released the ratio for all 1,00,976 successful examinees that had 47% from WBHSC, 25% from CBSE, 15% from Bihar Board, 6% from CISCE and 7% from other boards. But this ratio is not indicative of the performance by students from WBHSC as 99% examinees have been successful.

WBJEE chairman Malayendu Saha attempted to justify its decision by claiming it would have been “unfair” to celebrate the top 10,000 students while leaving out the rest. “The analysis would have been wrong since even if one particular board may have succeeded in the top 10,000, the overall picture tells a different story,” he explained.

Source: Times of India

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