1644 students of Resonance Qualified for NEET 2016

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Resonance Pre-Medical Division have shown Astounding Performance in NEET 2016 result. 1644 students qualified in NEET 2016.The result is achieved with continuous hard work and Efforts by students and Resonance Team. The hard work is paying off by year by year growth in results and proving the Quality Education and Personal care provided in the institute.

Key highlights of Result is as follows:

  1. Total 1644 Reso students have qualified for NEET 2016 so far.
  2. Total 1012 Reso students qualify from yearlong classroom program (YCCP).
  3. 632 Reso students qualify from distance learning and e-learning programme (Dlpd+ eLPD).
  4. 5 All India Ranks in Top 100.
  5. 43 All India Ranks in Top 500.
  6. 116 All India Ranks in Top 1000.
  7. Over 250 % growth in terms of selection from last year (447 students were qualified in AIPMT -2015 from Resonance).

 

Best Rank from Institute is of Suraj M – AIR 78, Sanjay M – AIR 122, Ashutosh Sahu – AIR 187, Manya Kumar – AIR 229, Adarsh Pal AIR – 297, Vachana Shree Patil – AIR 307, Neeraj Kumar – AIR 388.

 

Mr. R.K. Verma (MD – Resonance) says that in NEET 2016 , total 1644 students of Resonance qualified , which is Astounding performance. The result has grown in terms of Quality & Quantity both. This selection is the result of Hard work and Honest Efforts of students and expert faculty of Resonance Pre-Medical Division .

This year over six lakh students appeared for the first phase of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), a common medical entrance test for admissions to MBBS and BDS courses across the country.

According to CBSE officials who conducted the test, over 6.67 lakh students had registered for the exam.

Of the total 4.7 lakh students who had registered for phase II of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admissions to medical colleges, around 70% reappeared for the test after surrendering their NEET phase-I scores. This data from the CBSE indicates that majority of the students who appeared for the phase-II, after the nationwide controversy over it, are the ones who wanted to better their scores.

The number of fresh applicants registered for phase-II were a meagre 1.35 lakh – 30% of the total. This was after the Union Government issued an ordinance exempting state-run medical colleges from admitting students through NEET.

Resonance Pre-Medical Division has announced New Batches for XII Passed students from 22nd Aug, 29th Aug, 19th Sept, 3rdOct 2016. Also the institute is providing Special Scholarship on the basis of NEET-2016 Marks

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NEET-II 2016 Detailed Analysis by Resonance

NEET – II 2016

A Detailed Analysis by Resonance

As per the directions of honorable Supreme Court, NEET-II 2016 was conducted as per the schedule (24th July 2016). This exam is conducted for entrance into state and national level medical colleges for MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHS courses). NEET exam was first conducted in 2013 and now has been re-introduced. This is the 2nd phase of NEET exam this year, NEET-I was conducted on 1st May, 2016. Continue reading

ICAI CPT & CA Final Results 2016 expected on 18th July 2016 for May / June Attempt on caresults.nic.in and icai.org

ICAI CPT & CA Final Results 2016 caresults.nic.in icai.org: Apex Chartered Accountants management body of India had delayed the results of Common Proficiency Test and Final examinations for 2 days.

The same happened because of the weekend on 16th and 17th of July. ICAI aka Institute of Chartered Accountants of India usually declares the results of CPT and IPCC examinations on 16th only from many years.

 ICAI CPT & CA Final Results 2016
The institute which is expecting structural changes in the entrance and the subsequent examinations had declared the official date as 18th of July. There is no chance of getting the result delayed as the body always remains strict to its words, unless or until there is an emergency.

The date and time of the results declaration as per the institute is 18th July 2016 around 02:00 P.M but they usually uploads the same by 1:00 PM to avoid any misconceptions.

A copy of marksheet also got mailed to the official address as per your details after the examination within 40 days. The online copy of the result is only valid for screening purposes. It would be better if students try to get the original copy of the mark sheet.

Examination roll no: 6 digit code mentioned in your admit card

ICAI Registration number: 10 digit code indicating first 3 digits as letters and remaining 7 as numbers. For ex: NRO0232312

How to check CPT Results 2016

  • First, go to official web site http://www.icai.nic.in
  • Select the item calling ‘CPT Results – JUNE 2016.’
  • Enter Name, Roll No, and Captcha along with Pin or ICAI registration number.

Your results will be declared on the same screen

How to check CA Final Result 2016

  • First, go to official website http://www.icai.nic.in
  • choose the item calling ‘Final Results – MAY 2016.’
  • Enter Examination Roll No and Captcha along with ICAI registration number or PIN, if asked

Your result will be declared on the same screen

CPT Marking Scheme: There are total 200 questions. 1 number for each correct answer and -0.25 number for each incorrect answer. The mark sheets usually got checked by OMR machines.

CPT Passing Marks: Minimum 30% marks individually in each subject and minimum 50% marks in total. Candidates scoring less than 100 marks will be disqualified.

Final Marking Scheme: There is no specific marking scheme. Usually, step marking is done on the basis of the points done.

CA Passing Marks: There could be two situations

(a) Secures at one sitting atleast of 40 percent marks in each paper of each of the group and atleast of 50% marks in the gross of all the papers of each of the groups; or
(b) Secures at one sitting, a minimum of 40 per cent marks in each paper of both the groups and a minimum of 50 percent marks in the aggregate of all the papers of both the groups taken together.

The correction window will get open automatically on the other official site as soon as the results are declared.

Source : thereportertimes.com

ABOUT RESONANCE CLPD

Resonance Commerce & Law Program Division (CLPD) is a leading coaching Institute which offers Classroom Coaching Programs for preparation of CA (Chartered Accountancy), CS (Companies Secretary) & Various Law Entrance Exams (CLAT, AILET, L-SAT, etc). Since 2012, Resonance CLPD has produced All India Ranks in many Professional Exams which includes All India Ranks in CS-Foundation – Consecutively from Last 5 attempts, All India Rank in CA-IPCC, CS-Professional and CLAT.

Get the benefit of highly experienced faculty team of Resonance CLPD in every subject to achieve success in the targeted exam.

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3 ALL INDIA RANKS IN CS-FOUNDATION (JUNE-2016) FROM RESONANCE CLPD

3 Classroom Students of Resonance CLPD secured ALL INDIA RANKS (AIR) – 13, 25 and 25. Total 32 students out of 42 from Resonance CLPD successfully cracked the exam with the Remarkable Success Rate of 76.2%.

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Boards spiking marks to help IIT aspirants?

The average score of a student from the Maharashtra State Board of Education who appeared for JEE (Main) went up by over 5 percentage points from 2014 to 2015. In West Bengal, it went up from 65% in 2013 and 2014 to 73% in 2015.

Similarly, the average board percentage of those from Maharashtra who were among the one lakh shortlisted for JEE (Advanced), went up from 86% to 89% in the same period. In Bengal, the corresponding figure rose from 86-87% to 90%.

Maharashtra and West Bengal are not isolated cases. An analysis done by a committee on the class XII board scores of students who appeared for JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced) over the last three years (2013, 2014 and 2015) shows a rising graph (see box inside) across state and national boards that has begun to worry academics.

Scoring 99-point-something in the all-important Class XII board exam, once an unattainable task, is now a routine phenomenon, raising serious questions about the manner in which students are being assessed. Are boards becoming lenient, as suggested by TOI in an earlier article which reported the extra 16 marks given in maths to CBSE students across the country? How can the highest score in any board exam, especially at the class XII level, miss the perfect 100 by just two to four marks?

Barring three to four boards in the north-east, all the other boards have recorded a growth in the average percentage scored by students who were taking the engineering entrance tests. Average scores of students from the national boards such as the CBSE and the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) also went up by 2-3% in the three years. Maharashtra, Bihar, Rajasthan, Punjab, and West Bengal, are some of the states to have seen a significant jump in the average score.

However, the administrators of the board deny that marks are being doled out liberally. Gangadhar Mhamane, chairperson, Maharashtra board, said, “Inflation of marks in our board is not happening. We award grace marks only to students with special needs and sports persons. In fact, students prefer the CBSE and ICSE schools as students from those schools are known to get higher scores. In the state board, only 20 marks are assigned for internal exams which are given by the schools.”

CBSE school principals also attribute the increase in average scores to better awareness and focus. “Today no one wants to go to the second best college. Hence, preparations is focused and starts early. Teachers too are helping students with a lot of board exam specific preparation and parents are pushing the children too. Grace marks are given only in case of a very tough paper or if students have difficulty clearing the exam,” said a principal.
Some, however, suspect that the weightage which IITs, NITs and other centrally-funded technical institutes (CFTIs) give to board scores while calculating all-India ranks of students in JEE (Main) is responsible for class XII exam assessment getting more liberal. Since 2013, the IITs have changed their eligibility criteria to declare any student with 75% and above or falling in the top 20 percentile of their boards as eligible for an IIT seat, provided they clear the JEE.

Incidentally, the committee that analysed class XII scores has said that “since these are the candidates who are likely to get engineering seats in the CFTIs, the change in the board marks averages over years is a likely indicator of the boards becoming lenient over time”.

Based on the findings of this committee, which were submitted to MHRD, the chairperson of the JEE (Main) apex board, Ashok Misra, had recommended that board scores should not be accounted for while granting all-India ranks. Misra said having eligibility criteria of 75% or 65% marks in board was a better way of filtering students than giving weightage. This recommendation of the committee was accepted by the MHRD early this year. Educationists are now hoping that the practice of doling out of marks just to give ‘their’ students an edge over the others will be discontinued from next year.
Source : Times of india

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Resonance is India’s leading coaching Institute which offers Classroom Coaching Programs for preparation of JEE Advanced & Main, NEET (AIPMT)/AIIMS. In 2016, Institute registered 5111 selections in JEE Advanced 2016 (3554 from classroom and 1448 from distance learning). It was also the best result in whole India from any Single Institute of Kota.

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CA course syllabus to undergo major changes

English proficiency test and general economics will be part of syllabus for common proficiency test (CPT)- the first of three examinations of chartered accountant (CA) course.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has proposed changes in syllabus for CPT and CA finals which will be launched in November 2016.

“Our target is to conduct the first examination under new syllabus in November 2017,” Babu Abraham Kallivayalil, chairman of ICAI’s board of studies told media persons here on Friday.

He was in the city to attend the inaugural session of the two-day national convention for chartered accountants hosted jointly by Baroda branches of Western Indian Regional Council of ICAI and Western India Chartered Accountants Students Association.

“We have proposed changes in the syllabus for CPT (CA foundation course) by introducing English proficiency test and general economics tests in it. Proficiency of English plays major role in chartered accountants’ profession. All over the world, there is much demand for chartered accountants. However, we found lack of reasonable level of English proficiency even in toppers of CA course. Hence, the curriculum will have lot of changes to make chartered accountants proficient in English and general economics,” he said.

“The CA foundation course will have four question papers of 100 marks each. English proficiency, general economics and logic will be one of the four papers. General knowledge of economics and English grammar will be focused in the descriptive paper,” he said.

Similarly, a paper on business economics will be introduced at CA inter level while the costing paper which is of 50 marks at CA inter level and 100 marks at CA finals level, will carry 100 marks weightage at both the levels. At the same time, a paper on finance and capital, carrying 100 marks weightage, will be introduced in CA final.

The new syllabus has been placed in public domain and the institute had already received over 2,000 opinions on it.

According to him, in the next five years, at least three lakh CAs will be required in the country. Presently, an average of 15,000 CAs pass out every year.

 ICAI has also started random checking of balance sheets of companies whose turnover is more than Rs5,000 crore. “Every year, 100 such balance sheets will be checked by the institute,” he said.
The convention, which was inaugurated by Bhakti Sharma, first Asian woman open water swimmer, is being attended by more than 1,000 CA students from across the country.
A variety of topics that will be discussed in this two-day convention include corporate law, accounts and audit, changing paradigm in Indian economy and indirect taxation.
Source : Timesofindia

ABOUT RESONANCE CLPD

Resonance Commerce & Law Program Division (CLPD) is a leading coaching Institute which offers Classroom Coaching Programs for preparation of CA (Chartered Accountancy), CS (Companies Secretary) & Various Law Entrance Exams (CLAT, AILET, L-SAT, etc). Since 2012, Resonance CLPD has produced All India Ranks in many Professional Exams which includes All India Ranks in CS-Foundation – Consecutively from Last 5 attempts, All India Rank in CA-IPCC, CS-Professional and CLAT.

Get the benefit of highly experienced faculty team of Resonance CLPD in every subject to achieve success in the targeted exam.

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3 ALL INDIA RANKS IN CS-FOUNDATION (JUNE-2016) FROM RESONANCE CLPD

3 Classroom Students of Resonance CLPD secured ALL INDIA RANKS (AIR) – 13, 25 and 25. Total 32 students out of 42 from Resonance CLPD successfully cracked the exam with the Remarkable Success Rate of 76.2%.

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ICSI to conduct CS Olympiad

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) will conduct ‘CS Olympiad’ for school students during September / October for the students of class XI and XII on September 15 and October 4.

N. Santhanam, chairman, Salem Chapter of the ICSI, said in a statement here on Friday said that CS Olympiad was being conducted for students so that they could evaluate themselves at school / city / state / national level and it would help them determine their professional career at an early stage.

The Olympiad shall be of one-hour duration and would consist of multiple choice questions from various sections, including reading, comprehension, general knowledge, basic economics, quantitative aptitude, mental ability, reasoning, basic commerce and Mercantile Law.

The international topper from each class would be awarded a scholarship of Rs. One lakh each and certificates.

Participation certificates would be issued to all participating students. The bright students, up to a certain rank achieved in the CS Olympiad, would also get waiver of registration fees in respect of Foundation Programme stage of the Company Secretaryship course, Mr. Santhanam said.

For further information, interested students can browse through the websitewww.csolympiad.info, the release added.

 Source : thehindu.com

 

ABOUT RESONANCE CLPD

Resonance Commerce & Law Program Division (CLPD) is a leading coaching Institute which offers Classroom Coaching Programs for preparation of CA (Chartered Accountancy), CS (Companies Secretary) & Various Law Entrance Exams (CLAT, AILET, L-SAT, etc). Since 2012, Resonance CLPD has produced All India Ranks in many Professional Exams which includes All India Ranks in CS-Foundation – Consecutively from Last 5 attempts, All India Rank in CA-IPCC, CS-Professional and CLAT.

Get the benefit of highly experienced faculty team of Resonance CLPD in every subject to achieve success in the targeted exam.

To visit our website: Click Here

3 ALL INDIA RANKS in CS-Foundation (June-2016) from Resonance CLPD

3 Classroom Students of Resonance CLPD secured ALL INDIA RANKS (AIR) – 13, 25 and 25. Total 32 students out of 42 from Resonance CLPD successfully cracked the exam with the Remarkable Success Rate of 76.2%.

For Admission Related Queries, Call : 0744-3192229, 9529980666

 

 

NEET Phase 2 admit cards to be made available on July 8

The admit card of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) Phase 2 examination will be released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday, July 8, 2016.

Candidates can download the NEET Phase 2 admit card from the official website of the AIPMT.

The exam is held to shortlist candidates for the MBBS, BDS, MD and/or MS programmes.

All candidates should note that the admit cards will not be mailed by post and will have to be downloaded online only.

The test has been scheduled for July 24. More than 4 lakh candidates are set to appear for the examination this year.

Steps to download the NEET Phase 2 admit card 2016:

  • Log on to the official website of the AIPMT, www.aipmt.nic.in
  • Visit the link displaying ‘Download Admit Card’
  • Enter your roll number and other details as required for verification
  • Your admit card will be displayed on the screen when you click on ‘Submit’

Source : indianexpress.com

About Resonance Pre-Medical Division:

Resonance is India’s leading coaching Institute which offers Classroom Coaching Programs for preparation of AIPMT (NEET from now on)/AIIMS and other National/State Level Medical entrance Exams. Get the benefit of highly experienced faculty team of Resonance in every subject to achieve success in the exam targeted.

211 Selections from Resonance in AIIMS 2016 : 

Resonance Pre-Medical Division proved astounding growth in AIIMS 2016. Pre-Medical Division of Resonance is established since Academic Session 2011-2012 with the commitment to offer quality program for medical aspirants. There major focus is on Limited batch size and individual attention to each and every student since they started. They are moving on very positively and bringing best out of students.

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