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7 worst things not to do while choosing a career

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On the verge of getting into a college ? Facing the dilemma of selecting from a plethora of options ? Getting different opinions (some unwanted and unsolicited as well) ? Well, that is what most of the students face. After all, this one decision is going to impact your lifelong career and can hence change the entire direction of your life.

While you make your choice, make sure that you keep in mind some basic tenets that are fundamental to ensuring that you do not regret later. As is said, precaution is better than cure!

Given this, I enumerate below 7 worst things that one needs to avoid while making a decision in favour of a specific course / college / career. These may sound like common-sense. And I agree, Yes, these are common-sensical things. Hence, by the very definition, ignoring these may make one’s decision non-sensical !

1. Adopting the herd mentality

One must not get influenced by what others are doing in terms of career. This is of utmost importance. Sometimes we are influenced by what others opt for themselves. Let us say someone selects a commerce related career choice. And since you admire him and think he is a very intelligent person, you get influenced and you also do the same. Avoid this approach. After all one size does not fit all.

2. Selecting a career not as per one’s aptitude.

This is one of the most commonly ignored aspects. Usually candidates opt for a career as per one’s likes and dislikes for an occupation without considering one’s aptitude. This leads to frustration and discontentment later on, besides impacting one’s on-the-job performance.

3. Getting influenced by “Earning potential” - a very misleading parameter

What you study is definitely very important. No doubts. But finally how much you will earn depends more on your attitude and a host of many other factors. There are umpteen examples of people who did not get a very good education but achieved pinnacle of success – both in terms of financial as well as social rewards. As long as you remain serious about and committed to whatever you decide, you will achieve success. On a lighter note, I may add that many completely uneducated “Babajis” have also made riches.

4. Looking for easy options

Are you searching for a great option wherein you get to achieve great heights without any toil ? Well, I don’t know of any. One has to work hard – be it any field. Even if one is born with a silver spoon in his mouth, one has to persevere. There is nothing called free lunch in life. Even the free lunch (if at all I may call it free) in a jail comes at the price of your cherished freedom.

As said by Tim Notke – Hard Work Beats Talent When Talent Doesn’t Work Hard.

5. Not removing the blinkers

When it comes to opportunities awareness, unfortunately the majority doesn’t know that it doesn’t know ! And the first thing one needs to do is to accept this and thereby make a serious attempt at gaining reliable information.

Well, given the large and complex education ecosystem that we have, it is extremely difficult to know the super-set of options. And that leads to sub-optimal choices. For example, many students are unaware that there are great options after class 12 for non-science students in IITs and in many other such great institutes. And given the tough competition, those who are aware may not share it with others - it’s a competitive world after all !

The way out is to start early, check reliable websites, verify the information and then build your plan A, B and C options.

If you don’t know an option, you are naturally guaranteed to miss it !

6. Inadequate financial planning

Higher education is getting more and more expensive. While there are scholarships and loan facilities available, one needs to keep one’s pocket in mind. I don’t say that one should limit one’s choices simply because one does not have deep pockets. Just that a holistic view must be taken in terms of how does one plan to meet the expenses. Being well informed and prepared never hurt anybody.

7. University vs Course dilemma

Many youngsters opt for a hyped-up course without caring about the institute they are getting into. One needs to appreciate that it takes a lot of time and toil to build institutions of repute and standing. Hence due care needs to be taken – a popular course of one’s choice may not lead to a great career if done from a rather low-end institute. The best bet of course is making it to a course of one’s choice in a great established institute. Else probably opting for a plan B course in a great institute may be a much wiser decision.

Impact of JEE Advanced going online: Strategy and tips

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All this while JEE advanced aspirants have been writing the entrance. Now instead of writing, they will be typing and surfing because that is the new way of appearing for JEE Advanced. With many glitches and mistakes that had taken place in the past, the Joint Admission Board or JAB has decided the online way of JEE Advanced. It is definitely a historic move. The Impact will be seen in two colors; positive and negative.

Positive Impact of JEE Advanced online

  • Global Acceptance: It has been seen that most of the entrances in countries outside India is online. There is hardly the use of pen and paper these days. This is to avoid any glitches. Moreover, when you take the online way of entrances, in future, you will have no issue with other entrances. Technologically, you get sounder and get digitally smarter as you start practicing computer frequently. This makes the global acceptance easier. A student gains more visibility outside India compared to those who have never attempted online entrances.
  • Rectification of human errors: When a paper is to be evaluated, human errors tend to occur and to avoid this, online paper checking method is the best as human error is reduced through the use of computer.
  • Safety from Mishandling: Papers are subject to soiling and spoiling when they have to be loaded on a vehicle, sent to a particular destination etc. On the other hand, online mode is the best mode as everything is centralized and safe in one place. Everything is universally accessible and there is no fear of spoilage. There is no need of handling. Just save and retain.
  • Live Online Classes: This mode of coaching getting popular and making students globally competent.

Negative Impact of JEE Advanced online

  • Struggle for students from the rural areas: Students from the rural areas are not used to the online method. This can be an obstacle in the better performance of the students who can do wonders if not appearing online.
  • Categorization of Questions: It is easier to categorize questions on papers than online. With online mode, keeping questions for later can be inconvenient.

With both the pros and cons out of the implementation of online JEE Advance, it is important to strategize best ways in scoring well. The motive is to crack the entrance; no matter what the mode of entrance is. Making ways to study hard and bringing out result that is desired are the ultimate goals one can think of.

What Tips and Strategies to be followed?

The new mode of entrance can be a challenge for many and those who can get over the challenge will win the race effectively. For those who have been facing the challenges, the tips and tricks can help in the long run. Try and practice to clear in the first attempt even after the change in the entrance pattern.

Practice till you master it: Online mode is not difficult. It is just different than the traditional method of appearing for any entrance. It is important to start practicing the online mode through mock tests several times before the entrance date. This will make one close to perfect and gain confidence. The fear of online entrance will be gone and it will be just another entrance for you. The practice can be categorized in the following steps-

  • Learn the basics first. Without the basic, you will find it difficult to proceed further and gain more knowledge. Once you have the subject matter expertise, you will automatically have the confidence of facing the online entrance of IIT JEE Advanced
  • Practice the previous year question papers online. With this, you will gain the habit of using the online entrance mode. When you reach the examination hall on the entrance day, you won’t have the fear of the online entrance examination
  • Mock tests can prove to be beneficial. Any doubt you have, ensure that you won’t delay the process of seeking clarification from the teachers and mentors
  • Joining online coaching classes can also break the ice between your fear and the online mode

Once you follow these tricks and tips, you will definitely be super confident and have more power to encounter the online mode of entrance. This may take time. It may be a month, three months or even six months; but following these proven methods have helped CAT aspirants in the past who have always appeared for online mode.

The most important factor is your knowledge. When you have the basics crystal clear, no obstacle can break you. You will always be confident. Of course, the speed of attempting questions online can be slower. This can be dealt with easily. Joining a computer class and understanding the way it operates and how it works can be fruitful for you. For someone who is already adept at it can try the mock test online. For beginners, joining a computer coaching is a must.

Try it to believe that you can. Nothing is impossible if you believe in the phrase, “I can”.

Author Bio:- Aditya Singhal is the co-founder of AskIITians  an online coaching platform for IIT JEE, Medical and School Entrance exams. It is his passion and vision to help the engineering and medical aspirants that he along with his co-founder started with this venture. He had worked with Kurt Salmon Associates, a reputed American Management Consultancy.

IIT Admission - 3 Key Changes Introduced in JEE Advanced 2018

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Starting 2018, the Govt has introduced 3 key changes in .JEE Advanced which is one of the toughest entrance exams in the country for admission in the premier Indian Institutes of Technology and some other colleges.

Change 1 : Exam to be held only in online mode only

Laptop, Human Hands, Keyboard, Typing, WorkingStarting 2018, the exam shall be held only in Online mode. This is the first time that the option of attempting the exam in pen-and-paper mode has been withdrawn. This decision of conducting the exam only in online mode had run into some CONTROVERSY with students from Bihar opposing the move. However, the Govt has gone ahead and decided in favour of Online mode only.



Change 2 : Introduction of additional “Supernumerary” seats for Female candidates

A decision has been taken at the level of the IIT Council to, inter alia, improve the gender balance in the undergraduate programs at the IITs from the current (approximately) 8% to 14% in 2018-19 by creating supernumerary seats specifically for female candidates, without any reduction in the number of seats that was made available to non-female candidates in the previous academic year (i.e. academic year 2017-2018). Accordingly, to achieve this objective, and in accordance with the directions of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, supernumerary seats will thus be created and offered to female candidates for improving the gender balance in the undergraduate programs in IITs. These supernumerary seats will be offered (a) to only those female candidates who are declared qualified in JEE (Advanced) - 2018, and, (b) strictly based on the performance in JEE (Advanced) - 2018.

Change 3 : 4000 More Candidates To Be Eligible

As per notification dated 7 Oct 2017 release by IIT Kanpur (organizing institute for JEE-Advanced 2018), 4000 more students will be eligible for write JEE-Advanced in 2018. This effectively raises the number of such candidates from 2,20,000 to 2,24,000. Ad per the notice, “Candidates should be among the top 2,24,000 (including all categories) by scoring positive marks in Paper-1 of JEE (Main)-2018.” It is worthwhile to note that the number of students may in fact be a little over 2,24,000 owing to “tied” ranks / score in any category – as spelt out in the prospectus.


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6 Little Known Facts about B.Arch Eligibility

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In our previous blog  ‘NATA 2017 - Take Note of 6 Changes' we wrote about the changes introduced in National Aptitude Test in Architecture NATA exam in 2017. We were overwhelmed by the number of queries received from anxious students especially regarding eligibility criteria for B.Arch programs in India.  But we were not surprised. Not the least because this is a pretty confusing topic even for the experts.  In this blog, we will bring forth the facts. So, here you go.

But hey, to begin with, let us put forth one of the key but very little know facts – in many institutes (Govt as well as private), you do not need to be a science student for admission in B.Arch. And this is the last year for this – from next year (2019 batch),PCM in Class 12 will be made mandatory for B.Arch admission. So read on …

1. For Architecture programs in IITs (IIT-Kharagpur & IIT-Roorkee)

Compulsory subjects in Class 12: Physics & Mathematics

Eligibility : Top 2,24,000 in JEE-Main 2018 Paper-1 (Physics, Chemistry & Maths)

Selection : Qualify in JEE-Main Paper 1 + Qualify in JEE-Adv (Paper 1 & Paper 2) + Pass in Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT)


2. Architecture admissions in any of the NITs, IIITs and CFTIs (Centrally Funded Technical Institutions)

Compulsory subjects in Class 12: Mathematics

Eligibility : Min 75% (65% for SC/ST candidates) or be in top 20 percentile in Class 12 board

Selection : Paper 2 of JEE-Main  (Maths, Aptitude & Drawing).  Candidate need not apply for Paper-1 (Physics, Chemistry & Maths) if he/she interested only in Architecture.


3. Admissions to architecture programs in UP

Compulsory subjects : Physics & Mathematics

Eligibility : Min 50% aggregate and passed without grace in compulsory subjects

Selection : Paper 4 of UPSEE: Part A: Maths & Aesthetic Sensibility  Part B:  Drawing Aptitude


4. Admissions to architecture programs in West Bengal via WBJEE

Compulsory subjects : Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.

Eligibility :  Aggregate 50% in Class 12

Selection : (WBJEE Paper 1 & Paper 2) + (NATA or Paper-2 of JEE-Main)


5. Admissions to architecture programs in Jadavpur University

Compulsory subjects : Physics & Mathematics.

Eligibility : Aggregate 60% (45% for Reserved Category Candidates) in PCM taken together & Min 30% in English in Class 12

Selection : WBJEE Paper 1 & Paper 2 + (NATA or JEE-Main Paper-2)


5 Admissions to architecture program in AMU

Compulsory subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & English

Eligibility : Min 50% in aggregate in PCM & English

Selection : AMU Paper 1 (Physics, Chemistry & Maths) + AMU Paper 2 (Aesthetic Sensitivity & Drawing)


6. Admissions to other architecture programs across India via NATA

Compulsory subjects : Mathematics

Eligibility : 50% aggregate marks with Mathematics in Class 12

Selection : NATA

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Admission in IIT / IIIT for Commerce & Humanities students without JEE Advanced

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JEE Advanced is the gateway for entry into core engineering and some BS courses in IITs where primarily PCM students are eligible. However, many students are unaware that there are other Undergrad programmes as well (including a B.Tech in Computer Science at IIIT Hyderabad) where even Commerce & Humanities students are eligible. And admission to these is through entrance exams other than JEE Advanced.

Programme 1 : Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-Madras) conducts Humanities and Social Sciences Entrance Examination (HSEE) usually in April and offers a 5-Year Intergrated M.A. in two streams. Non-science students are eligible.

a) Development Studies and
b) English Studies for students after Class XII.

The first two years of the curriculum are common to all students after which, they branch out into the two streams. Allocation of streams will be based on students' performance during the first three semesters as well as their preferences.

Development Studies: This stream addresses questions of "order and change" in a globalizing world and aims to explore available approaches to fostering development, understood broadly as the goal of providing people the freedom to make their lives better.

English Studies: The  English Studies stream has been designed for students with sensitivity for literary and linguistic analyses.

Distinctive Features of the Prpgram:

1) A very distinctive feature of the programme is the involvement of the Engineering, Sciences and Management facultie s in offering innovative courses in collaboration with the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences.

2) The programme imparts substantial knowledge of Indian economy, literature, philosophy, culture, society, and public policy. It provides opportunities for learning a foreign language. Currently German, French and Chinese are offered.

Programme 2 : IIT Mumbai conducts UCEED entrance exam (usually in the month of Jan) for admission to 4 year B.Design programme in which non-science students are eligible.

Industrial Design Centre (IDC) of IIT Mumbai has been conducting M.Des and Ph.D programs. From 2015, it started a 4 year B.Des program. Also offered is an integrated 5 year B.Des + M.Des program (option being available after 3rd year). In addition to IDC of IIT Bombay, UCEED qualified candidates are eligible for admission to B.Des. programme at IIT Guwahati and IIITDM Jabalpur (PDPM Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing, Deemeed to be university, under Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India ). However, in IIT Guwahati, candidates only from the Science Stream with Physics, Chemistry and Maths as subjects  are eligible to apply.

Programme 3 : IIIT Hyderabad conducts UGEEE-CLD entrance exam and offers a 5 year Dual Degree B.Tech in Computer Science and MS by Research in Computational Linguistics. Non-science students are eligible.

B.Tech in Computer Science and MS by Research in Computational Linguistics (5 year Dual Degree) (CLD in short) is a unique program offered by IIIT-H.  Computational Linguistics (CL) deals with understanding and developing computational theories of human language. Such theories allow us to understand the structure of language and build computer software that can process language. There is a great emphasis today on machine learning where the machine learns from real life language data. Consequently, the field is close to both Linguistics as well as Artificial Intelligence.  If you have a fascination for scientific study of natural language and combining it with computer science., this area is for you. The dual-degree programme will give you a strong grounding in both Computer Science and Linguistics, and will prepare you for academic research as well as industry research jobs in Computational Linguistics.

Eligibility Stream I -Higher Secondary / Class 12 or equivalent in Science stream with Physics and Mathematics. A keen interest in prior work in languages and aptitude for Conceptual Analysis and Mathematics is essential.

Eligibility Stream II - Higher Secondary / Class 12 or equivalent in Humanities, Art and Social Sciences with Mathematics. A keen interest in prior work in languages and aptitude for Conceptual Analysis and Mathematics is essential.

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Next Genius Scholarship for Overseas Studies

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Next Genius Scholarship : The Next Genius Scholarship Program offers full and partial tuition scholarships to Indian high school students who wish to pursue their undergraduate education in the United States of America. The Next Genius Foundation offers full and half tuition scholarships in association with its partner colleges, to highly promising Indian students. Winners are guaranteed college admission and provided scholarship for four year of study in a subject of their choice at one of the following colleges:

- Beloit College, Wisconsin

- Drew University, New Jersey

- Ithaca College, New York

- Knox College, Illinois

- Juniata College, Pennsylvania

- Lynn University, Florida

- Millsaps College, Mississippi

- Texas Christian University, Texas

- The University of the South, Tennessee

- Union College, New York

- University of Rochester, New York

- Washington College, Maryland

- Wheaton College, Massachusettsa)

Founders : The Next Genius Scholarship Program was co-founded in 2014 by the father-son duo Naveen & Neeraj Mandhana. They follow in the footsteps of the late Shree Bhawarlalji Mandhana, retired Judge, Rajasthan High Court and retired Law Secretary of Rajasthan.

Naveen Mandhana, Director of Videocon Industries Limited and an engineer by education is an alumni of BITS, Pilani. He actively overlooks the management of the program.

Neeraj Mandhana is a distinguished career counselor based in Mumbai and is an alumni of the University of Cambridge and UCLA. He overlooks the talent search process and manages all college and corporate partnerships.

The program is made possible by generous donations raised from individual citizens, Indian corporations and leading partner colleges abroad.

Eligibility Criteria

a) High School Seniors ; Currently in Grade 12 (or gap year)

b) Citizenship : Indian citizen, Indian citizens living abroad, OCI Card Holders, Foreign national living in India

c) Critical Thinking Ability : Strong creative problem solving skills, both in academic and non-academic settings

d) Soft Skills : Strong team playing and communication skills. Positive attitude, charisma & leadership skill

e) Personal Vision : Desire to be an active member of the Next Strong desire to study abroad at one of our partner colleges. Genius community and give back to society

f) Need Aware : Ability to pay for living costs at college for a duration of 4 years (upto INR 8 Lac per year towards housing, food, insurance, flights, books)

Scholarship Coverage

Full Tuition Scholarship : The Next Genius Scholarship only covers the actual tuition (fees) component of the undergraduate education. A 100% tuition fees scholarship winner will be provided a full-tuition fee waiver for only four years of their undergraduate education. The scholarship does not offer money for actual expenses such as accommodation, food, stationery, insurance & travel. Parents should be aware that living cost in the US vary according to the location and can range anywhere between USD 10,000 - 20,000 per year. Any non-tuition expenses are the liability of the parents and the student.

b) Partial Tuition Scholarship : A partial scholarship winner would be provided a partial-tuition fee waiver for only four years of their undergraduate education. The scholarship does not offer money for actual expenses such as accommodation, food, stationery, insurance & travel. Parents should be aware that living cost in the US vary according to the location and can range anywhere between USD 10,000 - 20,000 per year. Any non-tuition expenses are the liability of the parents and the student.

Application Dates and Selection Process

a) Step 1: Online Application (Deadline – October 10, 2018)

Create an account before Oct 10, 2018.

Log-in, fill the profile information and attempt a practice test.

b) Step 2: Online Critical Thinking Test (October 12-14, 2018)

Log-in and solve a 2 hour critical thinking assessment.

Top performers in the assessment are shortlisted for next level.

c) Step 3: Candidate Selection (October 29, 2018)

Shortlisted students are provided with detailed information about the various scholarships and are invited to identify college(s) of their preference.

d) Step 4: College Application (December 14, 2018)

Candidates submit a complete college application to a college of their choice.

e) Step 5: Interview & Awards in Mumbai (January 12 & 13, 2019)

Candidates are invited to Mumbai for a personal interview.

Scholarships are awarded in a public award ceremony.

Scholarship winners have till May 1, 2019 to confirm their acceptances.

For further details and application, click here


New Army Law College in Pune starts with BBA-LLB programme in 2018-19 session

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The Army Law College (ALC) is a residential institute being established in July 2018 by the Indian Army under the aegis of the Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) at Kanhe near Pune. Approval of Govt of Maharashtra and affiliation with the renowned Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) has been obtained in March 2018. Approval of affiliation by Bar Council of India is under process for commencement of course in July 2018.

The ALC, Kanhe is established on property gifted by Radha Kaliandas Daryanani Charitable Trust (RKDCT). The property consist of 12 existing buildings on approx Five Acres of land. The location of ALC is at vill Kanhe, on old Pune-Mumbai NH approx 45 KM from Pune and 20 KM short of Lonavala. The location is serene and ideal for education institute. ALC is well connected by train (local station approx 1.5 KM) and road (Mumbai-Pune Highway approx 500 mtrs).

The college is being developed in three phases. The phase I includes renovation of existing building to accommodate students for first two years. The second phase will come up with complete infrastructure of Army Law College to incl Administrative and academic blocks, boys and girls hostel accommodations, indoor and out door recreational area. The final phase will have residential area for the staff of the ALC.

Admission : Admission to ALC is on the basis of marks obtained in MAH-CET-Law 2018. The applicant must apply first for MAH-CET Law 2018.

After enrolling for MAH-CET Law 2018, the applicant can fill the ALC Application Form. The applicant must enter his/her correct MAH-CET Law 2018 Roll no. while filling up the ALC Application Form

For further details, check the webiste ALC-PUNE

ICAR cancels AIEEA-UG-2018 result, Exam to be conducted again

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The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), vide a notification no. Egril.Edn.1(23)/2017-ExamCell(Pt.) dated 12 July 2018, has cancelled the AIEEA-UG-2018 exam held on 23 June 2018. The exam will be conducted again, the dates for which will be announced in due course.

The entrance exam had run into controversy due to technical glitches and a petition was also filed in the High Court. The decision to cancel the result already declared and to reconduct the exam comes in wake of the order passed by the High Court.

The exam is conducted for admission in 10 Bachelor Degree programmes of 4 Year duration as listed below :

(a) BSc (Hons) in Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, Community Science, Sericulture

(b) BFSc

(c) B.Tech in Agriculture Engg, Dairy Technology, Food Technology, Biotechnology

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Eye Opener : 5 Year Integ MSc, in association with Dept of Atomic Energy, GoI

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Course Offered : 5 year Integrated M.Sc in basic sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics) 


(a) Securing a position in the National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) merit list.

(b) Must have passed the XII standard board examination or equivalent in the science stream from any recognised Board in India.

(c) Secure at least 60% in aggregate in the XII standard board examination. For SC/ST/PD students the requirement is 55%.

About the Institutes : National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER) Bhubaneswar and Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (CEBS) of Mumbai University are both established by Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India.

(a) NISER : National Institute of Science Education and Research, under the aegis of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), has been established with the aim of embedding scientific rigor within larger pedagogic practices in our country. The academic programmes at NISER are deemed to be conducted through the Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar, which is affiliated to Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI, a deemed to be university), Mumbai and is a grant-in-aid institution, under the Department of Atomic Energy. This arrangement will be in place until the formalities, of granting NISER the Constituent Institution (CI) status of HBNI are completed. The Institute will see the addition of new Schools in Computer Science, Earth, Environment and Planetary Sciences in the next few years.

(b) CEBS : The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India and the University of Mumbai, Vidyanagari Campus jointly launched, in September 2007, a Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences (CEBS) offering high-quality undergraduate teaching embedded in a postgraduate and research environment. CBS offers a five-year Integrated M.Sc. program in the Basic Sciences for students who have completed 10+2 schooling or its equivalent.

A modern, flexible, integrated and seamless curriculum has been developed that places considerable emphasis on practical training and development of analytical and problem-solving skills in addition to formal learning. Some of the best teachers from University of Mumbai departments and University of Mumbai-affiliated colleges, and from proximate partner institutions like Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, IIT Bombay and the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, have helped design courses and are participating in teaching activities of the Centre in the areas of physics, life sciences, mathematics, chemistry.

Intake : 170 in NISER, 45 in CEBS

Selection Procedure : Selection is done on the basis of National Entrance Screening Test (NEST). The test consists of 5 sections, with section wise cut off applicability.

Scholarship : The 5–year integrated MSc programme at NISER and CEBS offers a limited number of merit based INSPIRE (by the Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India) scholarships of Rs.5,000/– per month and an additional ₹20,000/– per year for carrying out summer projects. For the students entered into the MSc programme through NEST–2016 the numbers of such scholarships were 60 for NISER and 25 for CEBS.

 Besides, top performers at NISER and CEBS, securing overall grades above certain threshold at the end of the programme, are eligible to appear directly for the interview for admission to Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) training school.

2018 admission info & tracking : Check

Gurugram Univ (State Govt Univ) admissions in BTech, BPT, BPharm : Apply by 24 July

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Newly constituted Gurugram University (State Govt University) invite application for admission in professional courses for 2018-19 session.

Courses offered & Intake

4 Year B.Tech (Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence) (60 seats each)

4 Year Bachelor of Pharmacy (60 seats)

4 Year Bachelor of Physiotherapy (60 seats)

About Gurugram University : Newly constituted, Gurugram University is planning to be one of the most prestigious University in Haryana and is likely to be a microcosm of the Indian nation, drawing students from every nook and corner of the country and from every group and stratum of society. The university has started functioning from the campus of newly constructed Rao Tula Ram College of Science and Commerce. Gurugram University (GU) will soon emerge as a global university with a wide offering of programs and courses spanning varied educational faculties. The university believes in creating evangelists of knowledge; people who spread the light quite literally. The University will attract many foreign students due to its world class facilities, which will be constantly reviewed and upgraded to reflect the latest trends and developments in higher education. In last few years Gurugram has developed into a hub of medical tourism, similarly the Gurugram University will transform the city into hub of educational tourism. The scholarships will also be offered by the University which will help in character building, skill enhancement and nation building.

Selection procedure : Selection will be based on the merit of qualifying examination. There is no entrance examination.


a) State quota  seats : 85%

b) All India open category seats (including Haryana State) : 15%

c) Within State quota :

Haryana Open General Category : 50% of State quota

SC – 20% of State quota

BCA – 16% of State quota

BCB – 11% of State quota

PH/ESM/Freedom Fighter – 3% of State quota

Supernumerary seats : available for following categories

Kashmiri Migrants


Youth Festival / Cultural Activities

Single Girl Child

Centre / State Govt nominated / sponsored candidate

Foreign candidates

Course fee

B.Tech : Rs.40,000/- per year

Bachelor of Pharmacy : Rs.30,000/- per year

Bachelor of Physiotherapy : Rs.30,000/- per year


a) B.Tech : 10+2 in Science stream from Board of School Education Haryana or of any other Board recognized as equivalent thereto with Physics, Chemistry, Maths and English obtaining atleast 50% marks in aggregate (47.5% SC / ST / Divyang candidates)

b) B.Pharm : 10+2 examination of Board of School Education Haryana or of any other Board recognized as equivalent thereto, with a minimum of 50% (47.5% in case of SC / ST / Divyang candidates) in Physics, Chemistry and Maths or Biology (PCM / PCB), with pass in English as one of the main subjects. In case of PCMB, the aggregate of PCM or PCM will be will be considered, whichever is higher.  

Minimum age of 1 years as on 31 Dec of the year of admission.

c) B.PT : 10+2 examination of Board of School Education Haryana or of any other Board recognized as equivalent thereto, with a minimum of 50% (47.5% in case of SC / ST / Divyang candidates) in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English taken together.

Minimum age of 1 years as on 31 Dec of the year of admission.

Key dates

Last date for submission of application with fee and required documents : 24 July 2018

Display of first merit list : 27 July 2018

Last date for deposit of fee for first merit list candidates : 30 Aug 2018

Display of second merit list (if seats available) : 1 Aug 2018

Last date for deposit of fee for second merit list candidates : 2 Aug 2018

Display of third merit list (if seats available) : 3 Aug 2018

Last date for deposit of fee for third merit list candidates : 4 Aug 2018

Physical counseling (if seats available after third merit list) on first-come-first-served basis : 6 Aug 2018

Application procedure

Obtain application booklet from Univ office in Rao Tula Ram College of Commerce and Sciences, Sector 51, Gurugram on payment of Rs.200/-

Submit the application form along with application fee and self attested copies of following documents :

Class 10 certificate

Class 12 certificate

Marks sheet of qualifying examination

Latest character certificate

Reserved category / other related certificates as applicable

Income certificate, if required

Haryana residence certificate, if required

Anti ragging undertaking from candidate and parent

Certificate of gap year, if any

Application fee : Rs600  (Rs.150 for SC / BC of Haryana)


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