What will be benefits of NTA for JEE appearing students in 2019 ?

Good news for the candidates preparing for JEE 2019 exam. NTA will be conducting JEE main exam twice in a year. Union MHRD minister Prakash Javedekar has confirmed the formation of the NTA, which will be conducting 5 national level entrance examinations including JEE main.”The exams will be more secure and at par with international norms. There will be no issues of leakage and it would be more student friendly, open, scientific and a leak-proof system” Javadekar told reporters. Central board of secondary education (CBSE) was the previous agency responsible for organizing JEE main examination.Organizing exam twice in a year will give candidates more chance and opportunities.

NTA is newly formed examination conducting agency registered under societies of Registration Act, 1960.The exam conducted by NTA will use highly secured IT software’s and encryption techniques to ensure delivery of the test in time. This will also ensure there are no leakages or other malpractices. NTA will be initially conducting five examinations namely JEE main, NEET, CMAT, GPAT and UGC NET.Two main entrance examination after 12th standard JEE main and NEET will be conducted twice in a year. NEET exam is conducted for admission in MBBS/BDS courses while JEE main exam is conducted for admission to B.E/B.Tech. and B.Arch. courses. The exam will be conducted in online mode. The first exam to be conducted by NTA will be UGC NET to be held from 2ndto 4th week of December 2018. UGC NET examination will be held in online mode from December 2018 onward.

NTA conducting JEE main 2019 exam

Following below are certain points regarding JEE main 2019 examination.

  • JEE main exam will be conducted twice in a year (January and April).
  • The examination will be conducted in 8 different sittings. Candidates will have to choose from 8 different seating as per their convenience.
  • JEE main exam will be conducted in online mode only.
  • Candidates will be able to appear for any one or both the exam in a year.
  • Candidates appearing in for both the examination, admission will be based on best marks out of the both the exam.
  • There will be a facility to take practice test by visiting the centers from August or September 2018.
  • There will be no change in syllabus, exam pattern, medium of the question paper and examination fee.

JEE main 2019 Important dates

Following below is the schedule for the JEE main examination.

JEE main (Jan 2019 session)

Events Dates
Online application form available 1st week to last week of September 2018
JEE main January exam date 2nd week to  4th week of January 2019
Announcement of Result 1st week of February 2019

JEE main (April 2019 session)

Events Dates
Online application form available 2nd week of February 2019
JEE main January exam date 2nd to 4th week of April 2019
Announcement of Result 1st week of May 2019

Candidates interested for appearing for JEE main 2019 exam should start there preparation before time as exam dates has been scheduled. Conducting exam twice in a year is advantage to candidates and they must utilize it effectively.

Source: The Indian Express

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JEE Main 2019: Exam date, eligibility, syllabus, application, fees, counselling details

JEE Main 2019: The exam will be held over many days and students will have the option to choose a date. Moreover, if a student appears for the exam twice, the best of his/ her two scores will be taken into account.

The Union Government’s most popular competitive exams, JEE (Main) and NEET will be held twice a year now by the National Testing Agency (NTA), said Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar last week. All these tests were earlier organised by the CBSE. The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main for undergraduate admission into various engineering colleges will be held in January and April.

JEE Main 2019: Multiple exam dates

In another significant change, these exams will be held over many days and students will have the option to choose a date. Moreover, if a student appears for the JEE (Main) and NEET twice, the best of his/ her two scores will be taken into account.

“The main feature is that students will not lose one year because there will be two examinations before admission. He/ she can appear in either of the two, or both. The best score will be taken into account for the result,” Javadekar later tweeted.

Eligibility Criteria

A score of at least 75 per cent in class 12 board exams or a place among the top 20 percentile of the Boards is required to be eligible for JEE main or advanced. For candidates of the SC and ST categories, this has been lowered to 65 per cent.

JEE Main 2018: Tentative exam schedule

January 2019 Exam

Online submission of application forms: September 1 to September 30, 2018

Dates of examination: January 6 to January 20, 2019 (8 different sittings, and candidate can choose any one)

Declaration of results: First week of February 2019

April 2019 Exam

Online submission of application forms: Second week of Feb 2019

Dates of examination: April 7 to April 21, 2019 (8 different sittings, and candidate can choose any one)

Declaration of results: First week of May 2019

Clearing the JEE mains and advanced papers will make candidates eligible for admission to Bachelor of Technology (BTech), Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) courses at Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT), National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) across India.

NEET UG 2018-2019: Online registration likely to begin in October for Feb exams; here’s a tentative schedule of exams, results

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) (Main) and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be conducted twice a year from now, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar had announced last week. The had said that the change in NEET and JEE (Main) exams are aimed to bring out the best from the students.

“This will give more chances to students thereby giving adequate opportunity to bring out his/her best and reduce stress which develops due to a single exam being conducted on one day in the year. However, sitting in both the tests will not be compulsory,” he had said.

While the JEE (Main), for admission into undergraduate courses in engineering colleges, will be held in January and April, whereas, NEET, which is conducted for admission into medical and dental courses will take place in February and May.

The students can choose to sit for either of the exams or both. The best of both their scores will be taken into account. According to The Indian Express, the online registration for the NEET 2018-19 is likely to begin in October 2018.

Here are the tentative dates for the NEET UG 2018- 2019 schedule:

February 2019 examinations:

Online registration for exam: 1 October, 2018 to 31 October, 2018
Exam dates: 3 February, 2019 to 17 February, 2019
Declaration of results: March 2019

May 2019 examinations-

Online registration for exam: Second week of March, 2019
Exam dates: 12 May, 2019 to 26 May, 2019
Declaration of results: June 2019

NEET exams usually take place for 3 hours. Candidates will be tested on their knowledge in physics, chemistry, and biology. The syllabus includes the whole of Class 11 and 12 NCERT textbooks. The exam includes negative marking.

Source: First Post

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New NEET format will further privatise education: Experts

Union Minister of Human Resource Development (MHRD) Prakash Javadekar last Saturday announced that NEET and IIT-JEE will be held twice a year in a fully computerised manner. However, experts opine that the new format will further privatise education and demean the value of school education system.

The Joint Entrance Examination (Mains) [JEE-Mains] and the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) will now be conducted twice a year instead of just once. Students can take JEE in January and April and NEET in February and May and the best of two scores will be considered, he announced.

The two tests would be equated using psychometric methods, standardisation techniques and best of the equated scores would be used for the admissions. Such a set-up will improve transparency of the exam process.

With this move, aspirants don’t have to wait a year to take these exams again for improvement. Students can either take the exam during their schooling or right after, to enter college the next year. Students who can wait for a year, do not have to stay put till next summer to write the exams.

Several central exams to enter National Defence or Naval Academy already follow a similar pattern. However, what sets JEE and NEET apart is that the number of aspirants who take the exam are much higher. About 25 lakh students across the country took these exams in 2018.

Given that the number of seats for both medicine and engineering at prestigious institutions- are low, the exams are one that is of high stake for students. Having these exams twice would undermine the value of school education, opined educationalist Prince Gajendrababu.

Although students can write the exams just once, most aspirants will end-up taking it twice. The first set of exams, will coincide with students’ practical and model exams.

Integrated programmes to coach students for competitive exams became so rampant in Tamil Nadu, that the State government had recently issued a circular warning schools not to tie-up with private parties to engage in coaching for competitive exams. Schools often demand fees much higher the sum proposed by the fee determination committee in return for integrated training.

In a circular sent to all Chief Educational Officers of districts, it has been warned that schools which do not fall in line would have to face penal action including withdrawal of recognition. “Violation of these rules by private schools would invite stringent penal action under the stipulations of Tamilnadu Recognised Private Schools (Regulation Act) 1973,” said S  Kannappan, Director of Matriculation schools.

A report by MHRD in 2016 estimated that a revenue of nearly Rs 24,000 crores per year is being involved in private coaching classes. The figure is still a rough under-statement as students who go to coaching centres, get trained for more than a year.

The report by MHRD pointed to three main concerns: “The first is philosophical (yet important). The purpose of education is refinement of the mind not passing an entrance examination.  The second concerns the fact that ‘all work and no play’ makes a Plus two grade student a dull individual with less involvement in activities other than studies. The third is that students are forced to waste much time commuting in order to avail themselves of the benefit of ‘good’ coaching.”

High stakes
Given that the number of seats at prestigious institutions- are low, these exams are of a high stake for students. Having them exams twice a year would undermine the value of school education, said educationalist Prince Gajendrababu.

Rural students
When reporters asked Javadekar if the computer-based tests will put rural students at a disadvantage, he defended saying that students who take these exams already have exposure to computers.

Source: New Indian Express

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ICAI Results 2018: CA Final, CA CPT Results 2018 for May, June Exam on July 20 on icai.org – official update

Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI would be releasing the ICAI Results 2018 for May June examinations for CA Final and CA CPT exams. The results would be released on the official website icai.org on July 20. Check official notification here.

Institute of Chartered Accountants, ICAI would be releasing the ICAI CA Final Result 2018 and ICAI CA CPT Result 2018 for the examinations conducted in May, June 2018 would be declared on July 20, 2018. The official notification was released on the website icai.org yesterday evening. Applicants who have appeared for the examinations are accordingly notified to check their CA Final 2018 results as well as CA CPT 2018 results on the official website icai.org on Friday, July 20.

The official notification, now available on the website icai.org states that the results may be released on July 20 at 6 pm. CA Final and CA CPT May June 2018 results would be available on icaiexam.icai.org, caresults.icai.org and icai.nic.in.

Candidates also have an option of receiving their CA Final and CPT 2018 Results through email and SMS services. Interested candidates are required to register online on the official website icai.org. The facility to register for receiving CA Results 2018 would, however, start from July 16, 2018. Check ICAI 2018 Results Official Notification for CA Final, CA CPT Results 2018 here.

ICAI would also be releasing the merit list of CA toppers 2018. The list for both CA Final 2018 examination as well as CA CPT 2018 examinations would be released on July 20, after the release of the results. A list of top 50 candidates from both the examinations would be announced and released on the official website.

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Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) 2018-19: Online registrations begin at kvpy.iisc.ernet.in; last date to apply 31 August

The online application for Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) 2018 has begun on the official website kvpy.iisc.ernet.in, according to several media reports

KVPY is a national program for fellowship in basic sciences. It was started and is funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.

According to News18, KVPY is applicable to students who are in Class 11 to first year of an undergraduate program in BSc/BS/BStat/BMath/Int MSc/ MS and those who have an aptitude for scientific research.

The students will be selected on the basis of the results in an aptitude test, which will take place on 4 November, 2018. The test will be followed by an interview. The candidates selected for KVPY will be given a scholarship till pre-PhD level.

The deadline to apply for the fellowship is 31 August, 2018.

Here is how to register for the KVPY 2018 fellowship:
– Visit the official site- kvpy.iisc.ernet.in
– Register yourself
– Login using your unique credentials
– Fill the application form and pay online for the registration
– Take a print out of the confirmation page for future reference

Candidates are required to upload scanned images of his/her passport size photograph and signature in the application.

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JoSAA 2018 round 4 seat allotment results announced at josaa.nic.in; How to check

JoSAA 2018 round 4 seat allotment results: Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) has released the round 4 seat allotment result on its official website, josaa.nic.in. The candidates who have been waiting for the seat allotment list now can navigate to the JOSAA portal to check the seat allotment result. This announcement by JOSAA is for the JEE Main and JEE Advance 2018 qualified candidates. More information are as follows:

Name of the authority: Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA)
Name of the result: JoSAA round 4 seat allotment results
Official website: josaa.nic.in

Important information:

• Candidates who will be allotted seats will be required to pay the seat acceptance fee (through SBI e-Challan/ net banking/ debit cards) and get the documents verified at any reporting centre for provisional seat acceptance.
• During the allotment process, students can have 3 options, Freeze, Float or Slide.
• Visit the JOSAA official website, josaa.nic.in to check more details.

Seat allotment rounds and important dates:

Round 1 – June 27, 2018 (released)
Round 2 – July 03, 2018 (released)
Round 3 – July 10, 2018 (Released)
Round 4 – July 12, 2018 (Released)
Round 5 – July 14, 2018
Round 6 – July 15, 2018
Round 7 – July 18, 2018

JoSAA 2018 round 4 seat allotment results: How to check

Step 1) Log on to the official website – josaa.nic.in

Step 2) Click on the link ‘Round 4: View Allotment Result and Pay Seat Acceptance Fee’

Step 3) Enter Roll number and password in the given field

Step 4) Submit details

Step5) Check the result displayed on the screen

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