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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.

Why JIPMER, AIIMS, JEE-Adv are the toughest exams

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Now that the exam season is behind us and students and institutes are busy with counselling and admissions, we thought it pruduent to share certain statistics. In this piece, we would like to share about success ratio's for some of the entrance exams in Engineering & Medical.  Success ratio is the ratio of available seats to the number of candidates who took a particular entrance exam.

Let us begin with Engineering.

JEE Mains:  
Success Ratio: 2.25% (Appeared: 1120000  Seats: 221000)
(Considering seats in NITs, IIITs, GFTIs)

JEE Advanced:  
Success Ratio: 1.14% (Appeared: 1120000  Seats: 12717)
(Considering seats in IITs, IISERs, IIST, RGIPE, IIPE, IISC)
(Although only 170000 of those who appeared for JEE-Mains qualified to write JEE-Adv, we have taken 1120000 as the total population who attempted to qualify for JEE-Adv) 

Success Ratio: 47.47% (Appeared: 291000  Seats: 138136)

Success Ratio: 33.94% (Appeared: 58932  Seats: 2000)

CET-K-Eng (Karnataka):  
Success Ratio: 44% (Appeared: 125000  Seats: 55000)

Success Ratio: 41.98% (Appeared: 131000  Seats: 55000)

Success Ratio: 83.74% (Appeared: 187484  Seats: 157000)

GCET-Eng (Goa):  
Success Ratio: 24.04% (Appeared: 5116  Seats: 1230)


Success Ratio: 0.11% (Appeared: 189000  Seats: 200)

Success Ratio: 0.25% (Appeared: 284737  Seats: 700)

Success Ratio: 8.34% (Appeared: 1138894  Seats: 95000)

From the extreme low success ratios, it is clear that JIPMER and AIIMS, both from Medicine, are one of the toughest entrance exams to get through. This is followed by JEE Advanced and JEE Mains in Engineering.  No surpsrise then in the clamour for coaching for these entrance exams!

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News & Updates

Lady Hardinge Medical College : 2018 BSc Nursing Entrance on 1 Jul

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Lady Hardinge Medical College shall conduct its entrance exam for admission to 4 Year BSc Nursing programme on 1 July 2018. It has started accepting applications for the same.

About the College : The college of Nursing, Lady Hardinge Medical College and Associated Hospitals, New Delhi is a pioneer institute for nursing education in India. It was started as a school of nursing in 1916 and was upgraded to college of nursing in Sep 2007 with the initiative and financial support of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The College of Nursing is academically affiliated to University of Delhi and is recognized by Indian Nursing Council.

The prestigious medical college has two Associate Hospitals, Smt. Sucheta Kriplani Hospital (formerly Lady Hardinge Hospital) and Kalawati Saran Children Hospital from where the students gain excellent practical experience.  

No. of seats : 50

Key dates

Last date to apply :  31 May 2018

Date of entrance exam : 1 July 2018

For detailed infomration, check LHMC-Nursing

St. Stephens College Begins UG Applications

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St. Stephen's College, a minority institution (Christian), has started accepting applications for various undergraduate programs offered in its campus. It is a constituent college of the University of Delhi and was established in 1881.  A very prestigious college, it has been ranked #2 by the MHRD in the National Institutional Ranking Framework 2018 rankings under the College category.  

Programs Offered (3 year duration):
- B. A. (Honours) in Economics, English, History, Philosophy and Sanskrit.
- B. A. (Programme) with a range of subject combinations from the Humanities.
- B.Sc. (Honours) in Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.
- B.Sc. (Programme) with a range of subject combinations from the Sciences.

The total annual tuition fee is Rs. 54,550/- (excluding mess charges)

Total Intake: 420 seats
- 50% of which is earmarked for Christian students. 
- 39% General Merit
- 8.5% for SC
- 2.5% for ST

Admission procedure:
1. All admissions shall be based on inter-se merit.
2. The weightage for admissions shall be 
a. For all B.A. Honours courses, the B.A. Programme course, and B.Sc Honours Mathematics
>> Class XII marks: 85 %
>> Written Exam: 5 %
>> Interview: 10 %
b. For all B.Sc Honours courses (except Mathematics) and the B.Sc. Programme course
>> Class XII marks: 85 %
>> Interview: 15%

The Written Aptitude Test will be conducted at 7.30 am in the campus for candidates called for interview in the pre-lunch sessions (that is interview sessions scheduled to start before 1.00 pm) and at 1.30 pm for candidates called for interview in the post-lunch sessions (that is interview sessions scheduled to start on or after 2.00 pm).

Tentative interview and aptitude test schedule starts June 18th and ends on June 30th. Please visit the college website to view the schedule for each discipline. 

How to apply:
Step 1: Register at the University of Delhi portal and receive a Registration/Form Number. Click DU 2018 Admissions for details
Step 2: Visit to the College website ( )and fill in the application form and include the Registration/Form Number from Delhi University
Application fee per course: Rs. 150/-
Sports form: Rs. 300/- per trial
Online applications will close on June 10, 2018.

Applications Started for IISER KVPY and SCB Mode

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Applications (KVPY and SCB channels) to the 5 Year Integrated BS-MS programs and 4-Year BS in Economic Sciences offered by the seven Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs) have commenced.  To promote high quality scientific education, research and training, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India, has set up seven Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs) at Berhampur, Bhopal, Kolkata, Mohali, Pune, Thiruvananthapuram and Tirupati.  Students can learn the basic sciences through a detailed program and, in parallel, work on cutting-edge research alongside exceptional faculty members.

Total Intake :  1300 seats for 5-Year BS-MS Programs across 7 IISERs; 60 seats at IISER Bhopal for BS in Economic Sciences program

Modes of admission : There are three channels of admission. Candidates will be admitted to IISER only through these channels.

Mode 1: Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) channel: Candidates having a valid KVPY fellowship commencing from 2018-19 academic session are eligible to apply for admissions. Additional cut off criteria may be applicable.  (No need to take IISER Aptitude Test).
Mode 2:  Joint Entrance Examination - Advanced (JEE-Adv) of Indian Institutes of Technology (JEE) channel  (No need to take IISER Aptitude Test)
Mode 3: State and Central Boards Channel (SCB) channel (IISER Aptitude Test).  There is a minimum cut-off that candidates need in order to apply for IISER Aptitude test.  The cut-offs differ from each board (CBSE, ICSE, various state boards).

Application dates

Applications under Mode 1 (KVPY) and Mode 3 (SCB ) have already started.  

For program details, board cut-offs, eligibility, test pattern, key dates check IISER

Jawaharlal Nehru Univ Starts BTech and Integ MS/MTech, Admission Through JEE Mains

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Starting July 2018, the School of Engineering, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi shall offer a five year dual degree programme with BTech in an Engineering discipline, and a Master’s (MS/MTech) programme with specializations in Social Science/Humanities/Science/Technology.

Dual degree programmes on offer in 2018-19

a) BTech in Computer Science and Engineering and MS/MTech in Social Sciences/ Humanities/ Science/ Technology

b) BTech in Electronics and Communication Engineering and MS/MTech in Social Sciences/ Humanities/ Science/ Technology

Other programmes planned

c) BTech in Civil and Environmental Engineering and MS/MTech in Social Sciences/ Humanities/ Science/ Technology

d) BTech in Chemical Engineering and MS/MTech in Social Sciences/ Humanities/ Science/ Technology

e) BTech in Mechanical Engineering and MS/MTech in Social Sciences/ Humanities/ Science/ Technology

Admission criteria

Admission shall be done on the basis of JEE Mains 2018 merit. Counselling will also be through JoSAA/CSAB.

How is the programmer unique

This is one of the very few programmes in the country, where the student would acquire skills in Technology and its application to a sustainable development of society.

In the first half of the dual degree programme, the students would need to do compulsory foundation courses in the areas of basic sciences, humanities, social sciences and engineering sciences apart from the departmental requirements in the core engineering discipline. The students will have options of choosing open category electives from a pool of courses to develop broad inter-disciplinary knowledge base. This will give them an opportunity to pursue MS/MTech in an area outside their parent discipline. The proposed dual degree programme in JNU would be novel in the sense that it would extend an opportunity to the students, especially in the fourth and fifth year of their programme to involve themselves in projects/dissertations and courses on Humanities, International Studies, Sciences, Languages, Linguistics and Social Sciences, in order to understand the demands of such disciplines and acquaint themselves with the frontier areas. For example, the dual degree programme would also try to address the dynamics of economics, physical, biological and environmental phenomena through the prism of engineering. It is a fundamental skill that all successful engineering firms employ in order to retain competitive advantage and market share. The programme would provide students with the tools to optimize profits, minimize costs, analyze various scenarios, forecast fluctuations in business cycles, and more.

Also, the proposed programme would offer beyond these goals a set of special skills that would make engineers sensitive to their social and environmental responsibility. The programme would emphasize further that generating returns for society and the larger community is indispensable. With such an engaging and holistic learning approach, students will have the opportunity to become better problem solvers.

Credit Requirements

The minimum credit requirements for a dual degree programme would be 183. The duration of the program is 10 semesters. Broadly, it consists of approximately 6 semesters of undergraduate engineering curriculum followed by approximately 2 semesters of post-graduate curriculum and last 2 semesters of dissertation. The curriculum for the MTech component will either be a continuation of the undergraduate Engineering discipline or one from the pool of MS specializations.

The program consists of Humanities and Social Sciences (HS), Basic Sciences (BS), Engineering Foundation (EF), Design and Innovation (DI), Bachelor Core (BC), Bachelor Elective (BE), Open Elective (OE), Masters Core (MC), Masters Elective (ME) and Dissertation (DS). There will be a compulsory dissertation (concerned specialization) in the last two semesters. The students can do additional credits through open choice of courses, which will allow them to develop broad inter-disciplinary knowledge base and opportunity to do their MS/MTech in discipline other than BTech.

The overall credit structure is as follows:

10 Credits Humanities and Social Sciences (HS)

23 Credits in Basic Sciences (BS)

22 Credits in Engineering Foundation (EF)

04 Credits in Design & Innovation (DI)

40 Credits in Bachelor Core (BC)

18 Credits in Bachelor Elective (BE)

12 Credits in Open Elective (OE)

06 Credits in MS Core (MC)

24 Credits in MS Elective (ME)

24 Credits in Dissertation (DS)

For further details, check

ICAR Announces 2018 All Indian Entrance AIEEA-UG For BTech / BSc in Biotech, FoodTech, Agri Related Courses

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Courses offered : 10 Bachelor Degree programmes of 4 Year duration as listed below

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

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

(c) BFSc

The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), an apex body for coordinating, guiding and managing research and education in agriculture in the entire country under the aegis of DARE, Ministry of Agriculture, has been able to foster a countrywide arrangement with the AUs to set aside 15% of their seats for Bachelor degree programmes to be admitted through ICAR’s All India Entrance Examination.

Accordingly, ICAR conducts All India Entrance Examination for Admission (AIEEA) to Bachelor degree programmes in agriculture and allied subjects, other than veterinary sciences, at Agricultural myUniversities on 15% of the University seats (except RLB CAU Jhansi, NDRI Karnal and Dr.RP CAU Pusa, Bihar where100% seats will be filled up) every year. National Talent Scholarship (NTS) of Rs.2000/month are awarded based on the AIEEA-UG examination to all those candidates who take admission outside their state of domicile.

2018 Application Dates

Last date to apply : 31 May 2018

Date of exam :23 Jun 2018

For full information, click AIEEA-UG

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