It all started with an idea
An idea that caused some young Engineers think differently. An idea driven by ever growing enthusiasm & bolstered by some quality hard work, barely required any time to substantiate itself on ground. Not very surprisingly, it soon transpired in to a big dream. A dream to provide a quality education system aloof from rest. A dream to carve out a space within universe where the least of the hope can grow & the existing talent reach the heights acquired by rare.
A dream turns into a goal when one starts working on it. The same happened here.
CatalyseR, a brain child of some young Engineers started its functioning some years back in a 1 BHK flat with a total strength of 3 students.
Wherever there is a need of quality education, we will be there...
The campuses of CatalyseR are spread over a mighty 2,50,000 sq. ft. mark. The campuses are divided in to - Einstein's villa, Newton's villa, Archimedes villa , Planck's villa, CatalyseR House-Indore, CatalyseR House-Bhopal & CatalyseR House-Vadodara. This expansion caters the very need of Indore, Bhopal and Vadodara students & strive for providing quality education, wherever required.
Situated on the extremes of Indore, Bhopal & Vadodara, all the campuses are fully independent in their support system but work in complete unison in their training aspect. All the campuses are equipped with spacious classrooms, library & the rest of basic requirements. All the campuses are having a neat & clean canteens that can be considered as the best in the business.
3 States | 4 cities | 14 Campuses | & Still Growing...
Vadodara, 2nd Floor, Kishan Atria, Tulsidham Sq., Manjalpur,
Good teaching may result in good ranks. But what we got at CatalyseR is called specific mentoring that led us to be the toppers. I can’t question the sheer dedication of my mentors at CatalyseR responsible for my success in IIT.
( XII CBSE2015 City Topper, Biology Olympiad Select from CatalyseR )
Presently in Arbindo Medical College
Talent of a student is worthless until his mentors. I found it... You were simply great - team CatalyseR... Kudos...!!
( IMO Inter. Rank-3 | XII-ICSE Rank-3 | Chem. Olympiad | KVPY Select from CatalyseR )
Presently in IIT Kanpur
I got continuous encouragement to succeed in my IIT-JEE exams by the faculties in CatalyseR. I am really thankful to those short personalize sessions that filled enthusiasm in me.
( Physics Olympiad | KVPY | RMO Select from CatalyseR )
Presently in IIT Varanasi
I read somewhere that CatalyseR is a Gurukul for IIT training. Totally agreed with the environment, study process and mentoring. I am proud to be a Catalyserian.
( Presently In IIT Chennai )
KVPY | RMO Select from CatalyseR
My journey with CatalyseR was awesome. Moments of studying hard but still having fun with friends and faculties are unforgettable.
( NTSE | KVPY | RMO Select from CatalyseR )
Presently In IIT Kanpur
Trust and support- two words to describe CatalyseR. The caring attitude of faculties and directors are remarkable.
( Physics Olympiad | KVPY | RMO Select from CatalyseR )
Presently in IIT Mumbai
Co-ordination with our faculties was so great that we never thought it is as a normal coaching institute. CatalyseR was literally a second home to us.
( NTSE | Physics Olympiad | KVPY | RMO Select from CatalyseR )
Presently In IIT Kanpur
I just dreamt to top the IIT-JEE, CatalyseR made me stronger enough to achieve that dream.
( NTSE | Chemistry Olympiad | KVPY | RMO Select from CatalyseR )
Presently In IIT Chennai
More than just clearing the big exams, CatalyseR made me realize my real strengths and weaknesses. This is a lifetime contribution of Catalyser in my life.
( Physics Olympiad | KVPY | RMO Select from CatalyseR )
Presently in IIT Roorkee
Great academic mentoring, soothing emotional support & foremost... The hallmark caring attitude is what CatalyseR all about...
( KVPY 2011 City Topper, AIEEE 2011 City Topper )
Presently In IIT Kanpur
Students delight, parental care and above all - the feeling of strength to me - my CatalyseR
( X CBSE 10/10 CGPA, NTSE, KVPY, RMO & Phy.-Chem. Olympiad Select )
Presently In IIT Mumbai
Learning with fun is the easiest way to crack NTSE. I learnt this from CatalyseR. Hats off...
( NTSE 2012 City Topper )
Other institutes have price, CatalyseR has values. Keep it up...
( JSO, NTSE, RMO & Chemistry Olympiad Select )
CatalyseR is the institute that has developed my conf idence thatI can achieve something big.Now, I know that beautiful dreams come true only by the combination of hard work and proper guidance.
( IIT-JEE 2015 AIR-3 | A CatalyseRian from 8th Class )
NTSE City Topper, KVPY State Topper, RMO, Phy.-Chem. Olympiad select
I feel pleasure to state that I have been taking my coaching at CatalyseR since 2009. I have successfully passed all the competitive exams, NTSE, JSO, RMO, KVPY and Physics Olympiad... finally IIT-JEE. Presently, I am studying in IIT Mumbai. I feel it is all due to the excellent coaching I am receiving at CatalyseR.
( IIT-JEE AIR-3 | A CatalyseRian from 8th Class )
KVPY State Topper, JSO, NTSE , RMO, Physics Olympiad select
Being a CatalyseRian is an inspiration...
That drives, every CatalyseRian for every moment of his life.
A pride... that every CatalyseRian carries in his heart, walking on streets, playing on ground, talking to friends everytime, everywhere...
Best of luck CatalyseRians...
u will always remain in my heart.
( IIT-JEE 2013 AIR-24 | A CatalyseRian from 8th Class )
KVPY State Topper, X CBSE 10/10 CGPA, NTSE , Phy.-Chem. Olympiad select
The Credit for my success in AIIMS, AIPMT, NTSE & other olympiads include CatalyseR at top. Sumit Sir, the best teacher in India teaches us with full devotion and his content and way of teaching will definitely lead any student to his/her goals.
( AIIMS 2015 AIR-32 | A CatalyseRian from 8th Class )
AIPMT Rank -6, Manipal Entrance AIR-8,
INBO State Topper, NTSE , KVPY, Phy.-Chem. Olympiad select
I have no world to express my feelings for my Alma-Mater. For CatalyseR, words are not everything
( X CBSE 10/10 CGPA, MPPET Rank-9,
KVPY, Phy.-Chem. Olympiad Select form CatalyseR )
IIT-JEE Delhi Zone Topper (Girls)
I have been student of CatalyseR since last 4 yrs. Through all these years what I understood about CatalyseR is that it is not just a 'Coaching Centre', but is a institute which develops interest in studies and provides clear conceptual knowledge.
( KVPY City Topper, NTSE, JSO, RMO, Phy. Olympiad Select form CatalyseR )
Presently in IIT Mumbai
A mission to become an IITian and live the biggest dream of life.
An aim-high module to the dearest profession of all the time. A Journey to the door of AIIMS.
An outset to led the ADHAAR for the student's base.
A VISHISHT discipline to coerce the groundwork of career.
Entrance & Scholarship Examination Details.
Engineering Entrance Examination Details
JEE Main is the largest entrance examination of the country where nearly 13 Lakh candidates would try their fortune to get admissions in the best engineering colleges of India. Central Board of Secondary Education will organize JEE Main to provide seats to candidates into undergraduate courses in offline mode on 6 APRIL 2014. The online mode of exam would be conducted on 9th, 11th, 12th and 19thAPRIL 2014.
JEE Advanced is the second stage of the two tier joint entrance exam (JEE) to admit candidates in the various IITs and ISM Dhanbad. The exam is jointly conducted each year by CBSE to provide admissions in the engineering professional degree courses in various branches.
This year, the exam will be organized by IIT Kharagpur on 25 May 2014. All the admissions in the IITs will be done on the score achieved by candidate in the entrance exam. Top 1.5 Lakh candidates would be selected from JEE Main to attempt the exam. Also, the qualified candidates have to be in top 20 percentage window of the respective Class XII boards to become eligible.
Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani will organize the BITSAT 2014 entrance examination to provide admissions to candidates into engineering undergraduate courses for session 2014-15. BITSAT 2014 will be conducted in online mode, where candidates have to mark the correct option from the given set using a computer system backed with internet connectivity.
VIT University annually conducts an entrance examination to admit candidates into engineering undergraduate programs. For session 2014-15, the university will conduct the online mode of exam from 9 April-20 April 2014. Candidates aspiring to pursue B.Tech. degree courses can apply for the examination through an online application form which is releasing on 4 December 2013. However the form can be filled in offline mode as well.
JDA-IICT is a University established under an Act of Gujarat State Legislature (Act No. 6 of 2003). It is also UGC recognized statutory university and it has announced admissions to the thirteenth batch (2014 Batch) of its B Tech (Information and Communication Technology) (ICT) program and first batch (2014 batch) of B Tech (Honours in ICT with minor in Computational Science).
SRMEEE 2014 is the engineering entrance examination conducted by SRM University for admissions into professional first year degree program. SRM University is a deemed university located in Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu. SRMEEE 2014 would be held in online mode as well as offline mode. Candidates can choose the exam mode as per their preference and convenience.
Medical Entrance Examination Details
AIIMS MBBS Entrance Exam 2014 is conducted by All India Institute of Medical Sciences for admission to MBBS course for the academic session 2014.
NEET PG is now AIPGMEE (All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination).
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-Post Graduate is a national level examination conducted by National Board of Examinations as a qualifying exam for admission to MD/MS and PG Diploma courses in colleges across India.
NEET PG will be conducted as Computer Based Test (CBT) at test centers in 33 cities across India.
For any doubts and queriess related to the exam pattern, preparation and other related queries, students can call the AIPGMEE 2014 Exam Helpline at 011-40360360.
BVP CET 2014 Counseling will initiate tentatively from June 26 to July 4, 2014. Candidates who will qualify in the BVP CET 2014 Exam will be called for counseling. Counseling of BVP CET 2014 details about the Counseling Procedure, documents required for verification and admission process. Applicants can check the BVP CET 2014 Counseling Proceduresummarized below.
Please note that the articles are being updated as and when the Bharti Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune issues the information. In the meantime, the information given is based on BVP CET 2013 to allow the candidates to have a fair idea of all aspects of the exam
For any queries or doubts call BVP CET 2014 Helpline: 011-40360360
Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) has announced a notification regarding AFMC entrance exam 2014. The notification is regarding the application forms for the exam.
The AFMC was established to provide continuous and steady intake of medical professionals in Indian Armed Forces. The institute is affiliated by Maharashtra university of Health Sciences and recognized by MCI for conducting various medical courses in the college.
MP PMT 2014 Application Form Online Download Status Registration Prospectus Syllabus- vyapam.nic.in:
Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board, Bhopal has been released the important notification about MP PMT 2014 Application Form Status Download & Apply Online, Registration Online, Syllabus, Exam Dates. Here we will provide the more details about the MP PMT 2014 Admit Card/ Hall Ticket, Model/ Sample & Previous year Question papers, Answer key solutions sheet, exam results, cut off marks, rank list, merit list and counselling allotment schedule.
Other Examination Details
The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) was established by the Government of India in the year 1961 with a view to bringing about qualitative improvement in school education in the country. No sooner the Council was set up than it mounted a number of programmes in this direction. One such programme was to identify and nurture the talented students. This programme took up the shape of a scheme called National Science Talent Search Scheme (NSTSS) in the year 1963 which provided for the identification of talented students and awarding them with scholarships. During the first year of the implementation of the scheme, it was confined to the Union Territory of Delhi wherein only 10 scholarships were awarded to the Class XI students.
Regional Mathematical Olympiad also know as RMO is a Mathematical Olympiad for class XI students.
“Mathematical Olympiad” is basically a talent search programme for the pre-university students. The main purpose of this programme is to encourage students to develop their mathematical ability. Through this programme a nationwide search is made every year to spot talented students in the field of Mathematics.
This activity is being held since 2003, to encourage Physics Teachers to conceive and set up original innovative experiments in Physics. The Competition is held every year at the venue of the Annual Convention.
Innovation rather than sophistication is the main theme and therefore the use of computers for data acquisition and display is not allowed.
The Junior Science Olympiad program will follow the following 5 stages:
|Stage I||National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS).|
|Stage II||Indian National Junior Science Olympiad (INJSO),|
|Stage III||Orientation cum Selection Camp (OCSC) in junior science,|
|Stage IV||Pre-departure Training Camp (PDT) for IJSO,|
|Stage V||Participation in International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO).|
The event is open to the students of classes 1st to 12th and registrations are received from the schools in the prescribed pro-forma. Registration sheet for the school / students and the information booklet are posted to the schools all over India and abroad.
The IMO (International Mathematics Olympiad) is a means to identify and encourage the mathematical creativity of children in schools across India and abroad.
The students from classes 1 - 12 are eligible for appearing in it. The format of both levels is the same:
Unified Council invites applications for National Level Science Talent Search Examination – 2014.
Students studying Classes
There is no exam for XI, XII PCMB group.
JEE also called as Joint Entrance Examination will be conducted at two levels, JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The candidates who will be applying for JEE Main will have an option to apply for JEE Advanced as well in the application form. The top 1.5 Lakh candidates from JEE Main will be selected for JEE Advanced, with condition that all other eligibility conditions are met.
States of Maharashtra and Odisha have replaced JEE Main instead of MT CET and OJEE respectively for admissions into engineering UG courses. Seats would now be allotted in these states based on candidate’s JEE Main All India Rank. However, counselling will be done by their own counselling committee.
The entire process of JEE Main Application Form is online unlike previous years where candidates could fill the offline form as well by purchasing them from assigned post offices and banks. Candidates need not send any document or certificate to the JEE office at all.
Before moving to fill the JEE Main Application Form, candidates must go through all the points mentioned in the eligibility criteria to see if they are fit to apply or not. Eligibility criteria of JEE Advanced differs from JEE Main. The conditions and terms in the JEE Main Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
Candidates must read the JEE Main Exam Pattern thoroughly to get familiarized with the actual exam and its architecture. It will consequently help them to devise a strategy to solve the questions correctly in the given time constraint.
Candidates would be selected on the basis of All India Rank (AIR), which is calculated with JEE Main Score and Class XII marks in 60:40 ratio (normalization method).
Candidates will be assigned AIR as per their respective categorical reservation policy. The following categories will be considered in JEE Main
To avail the reservation claims, candidates have to report at the time of counselling along with all the documents and certificates in originals. They must be duly attested by competent authorities.
Candidates have to fill the online JEE Main Application Form to apply for the entrance exam between15 November to 26 December 2013 on the official website of JEE. It must be noted that the online application form process requires uploading of scanned images of photo, thumb impression and signature. No document must be sent to the JEE Main Office. Candidates are advised to follow the steps below to fill the JEE Main Application Form:
|Name of the exam||Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Advanced|
|Formerly known as||IIT JEE|
|Participating institutes||Indian Institute of Technology and Indian School of Mining, Dhanbad|
|Exam competitive level||National|
|Professional Degree in||Engineering|
|JEE Advanced Exam category||Undergraduate|
|Conducting body||CBSE (Joint Apex Board)|
|Exam conducting mode||Online, Offline|
|Type of questions||Multiple choice questions (MCQ)|
Exam pattern of JEE Advanced describes the important features of the entrance exam. It provides great insights over the paper and its various details like duration of the exam, number of papers, weightage of questions, subject marks distribution, number of questions and marking scheme etc.
Every candidate is suggested to read the Exam Pattern JEE Advanced before taking the exam since it familiarizes them to the actual exam and prepares them better. It also removes nervousness since candidates already know what to expect in the paper and how exactly to attempt it. In a way, it provides them a chance to make a strategy. Candidates can refer to the following exam pattern to know more:
To be eligible for the exam, candidates have to satisfy a given set of conditions known as eligibility criteria. Following are the conditions which must be read by candidates before applying for the entrance exam.
|Common Merit List||50.5||75750|
|Non creamy layer OBC||27||40500|
Candidates have to fill the application form to acknowledge themselves for the entrance exam. Application form have been released online on the official website of JEE Advanced. Candidates can fill the form by submitting their details and scores from JEE Main in the fields as asked. The candidates can avail the application form from May 4th 2014 from 10:00 AM onward and the last date for registration is 9th May, 2014 5:00 PM
Candidates must fill the Application Form of JEE Advanced only after checking all the clauses in the eligibility criteria. Candidates have to remit the application form fee through challans to be payable at SBI branches to complete the form filling process. Application form fee for general, NCL-OBC candidates is Rs.1800 and Rs.900 for ST, SC, PwD. No fee will be charged from female candidates. No fees of application form will be refunded to candidate in any case. Also, the candidate cannot withdraw from the process.
On successful completion of application form submission; form completion and fee remission, candidates can download the admit card from the official website of the exam from 11th May, 2014 till 24th May, 2014. To download the admit card, candidates have to access the portals of zonal IIT website.
It is required by every candidate to bring the Hall Ticket of JEE Advancedto the exam venue. No candidate would be allowed to attempt the exam without it. Also, it is an important identification proof of candidate thus must be preserved till the admission process is over.
Candidates can check and download the result of entrance exam of JEE on the official website from 19th June, 2014. To see the exam score, they need to access the website, fill in the necessary information, roll number, application number etc and press submit button. If two or more candidates obtain the same number of marks in Result of JEE Advanced, a tie breaking algorithm would be followed which is given as below:
|Online Application availability from||May 4th, 2014|
|Downloading JEE Advanced Admit Card||May 11th- 24th May, 2014|
JEE Advanced Exam:
Paper 1: 9 am to 12 noon
Paper 2: 2 pm to 5 pm
|May 25, 2014|
|Results Announcement||19th June, 2014|
|Online Registration for JEE Advanced Counselling||20th-24th June, 2014|
|Registration for Architecture Aptitutude Test||20th-24th June, 2014|
|Architecture Aptitude Test||26th June, 2014|
Seats would be allotted to candidates through the score of BITSAT 2014 in any of three campuses situated at Hyderabad, Pilani and Goa. There’s an option for choosing dual degree course as well where candidates can complete two degrees, UG and PG level in five years span if they choose B.E. (Hons.) and M.Sc. (Hons.) as combination.
Candidate must read the exam pattern to get familiarized with the examination. It describes various aspects and overall architecture of the actual exam. By reading the exam pattern, candidates can come to know exam duration, number of questions etc. It will also help them to create a strategy to score maximum marks in well planned attempt.
Before applying for BITSAT 2014, candidates must read the eligibility criteria completely to read all the terms mentioned therein. A candidate would be considered valid for examination if all the terms are fully satisfied. Given here is the BITSAT 2014 Eligibility Criteria:
To apply for BITSAT 2014, candidates have to fill the BITSAT 2014 Application Form online on the official website of BITS.
For detailed guide and step by step process of filling BITSAT 2014 Application Form
They have to fill the form and remit the application fee of Rs.1900 (Rs.1400 for female) via e-challan, net-banking or credit card. On filling the application form, they are required to generate printout for future reference. The fee can be paid in online mode as well as offline mode.
If Dubai is opted as exam center, candidates are required to pay USD $50 (Rs.3000) along with the BITSAT 2014 Application Form. The fee is same for both genders.
Form submission and fee payment must be made before 15 February 2014. An additional form for admission is also to be filled by candidates in which the options of courses would be marked. The form must be sent to the given address before 30 June 2014:
BITSAT 2014, Admissions Officer, BITS Pilani 333 031 Rajasthan
BITSAT 2014 Hall Ticket would be available to those candidates who have completed the application submission and remitted fee. It can be downloaded from the official website from around mid week of April 2014. Candidates have to enter application number to download the BITSAT 2014 Admit Card.
It is necessary to bring the printout of admit card to the examination hall to get access. At the exam hall, candidate’s photograph and finger prints would be taken for verification. Admit card must be preserved and kept safe till the admission process is over since it’s an important identification proof.
Candidates can view the result of BITSAT 2014 on its official website to see if they are selected for further admission process or not. Result would show them correct and incorrect responses given by them in the examination. They shall see individual score in the result as well and proceed to download the exam score card.
A merit list of all the selected candidates would be released after the examination, which would be based on the marks obtained by the candidates. A tie breaking mechanism would be applied if two or more candidates score equal marks in the BITSAT 2014 Result. Priority would be decided upon the marks in Math, Physics, Chemistry and then Class XII PCM score, in that order.
|Alias||VIT Engineering Entrance Examination 2014|
|Conducting Body||Vellore Institute of Technology|
Following article presents to you comprehensive information on the VITEEE 2014 Exam and its various aspects i.e. eligibility, application form, schedule, exam pattern.
|VITEEE 2014 Application Form Sale begins||4 December 2014|
|Last date to receive application form||28 February 2014|
|VITEEE 2014 Online Test Date||9 April to 20 April 2014|
|Expected date of result||28 April 2014|
To apply for the examination and fill VITEEE 2014 Application Form, candidates must read the eligibility criteria given as follows:
Candidates can fill the form in two modes, online and offline from 4 December 2013. The description of these methods is given below. The last date to receive the form is 28 February 2014.
There are three methods to obtain the VITEEE 2014 Application Form in offline mode:
The fees for applying online is Rs.900 and for applying offline, fees is Rs.950. Candidates can remit the application form fee via the following modes:
After the candidate has successfully completed application submission process, he/she would be sent theVITEEE 2014 Admit Card via speed post. Candidate must bring the admit card in original to the exam hall to gain entry and attempt the exam. Admit card must be preserved till the admission process is over since it’d be asked in the later admission process.
Candidates can check the VITEEE 2014 Result on the official website by entering the roll number and date of birth. Candidates will be notified of the result via SMS too. The result would be declared on 28 April 2014. Based on the result, a merit list would be created as well which will decide the candidates eligible for counselling and seat allotment.
After the declaration of VITEEE 2014 Result and All India Rank (AIR), candidates would be shortlisted for counselling process. They will be called as per the rank range in which their individual rank falls. Candidate have to reach the counselling venue in time to avoid missing call.
At the venue, candidate have to come along with all the relevant documents and certificates in originals. The process of VITEEE 2014 Counselling will be held in two campuses, Vellore and Chennai.
VIT University, Vellore-632 014, Tamil Nadu, India.
Phone: + 91-416-220 2125, 220 2168
Fax: +91-416-224 5544, 224 5766
Information & Communication Technology (ICT) embodies the convergence of Computer and Communication systems and has obtained wide acceptance as a distinct discipline. ICT is considered to be a discipline dealing with accessing, storage, processing, transmission, reception and display of information, primarily using digital systems and techniques. The curriculum in the B.Tech (ICT) program tries to address the optimized convergence of existing Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) as well as Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) disciplines by identifying the broad areas of performance capabilities. It is also expected that B.Tech (ICT) graduates would enjoy a special niche only if they have certain performance capabilities not found in conventional CSE and/or ECE graduates.
Computational science is concerned with constructing mathematical models, simulating and quantitative analysis techniques, and using computers to analyze and solve scientific problems with applications in engineering and social sciences. A mathematical model is a description of a system using mathematical concepts and language. The process of developing a mathematical model is termed mathematical modeling. A model may help to explain a system and to study the effects of different components, and to make predictions about behavior. Quantitative analysis helps to build a computational model using computer simulation and other forms of computation to analyze problems in various scientific disciplines Mathematical models are used not only in the natural sciences and engineering disciplines, but also in the social sciences; physicists, engineers, statisticians, operations research analysts and economists use mathematical models most extensively. Traditionally, the quality of modeling depends on how well the mathematical models developed on the theoretical side agree with results of repeatable experiments. Lack of agreement between theoretical mathematical models and experimental measurements often leads to important advances as better theories are developed.
In Computational science, unlike the traditional theoretical and experimental approaches, the scientists and engineers gain understanding, mainly through the analysis of mathematical models implemented on computers. Scientists and engineers develop computer programs, application software that model systems being studied and run these programs with various sets of input parameters. Typically, these models require massive amounts of calculations (usually floating-point) and are often executed on high performance computing backbone consisting of supercomputers or distributed computing or several inter-connected clusters of workstations and personal computers. The rapid advances in processors, fast inter-connect networks, general purpose off the shelf computers, distributed shared memory systems, sophisticated modeling, simulation and analysis tools and software design/development tools and frameworks have helped in building computational models that with a fair degree of accuracy simulate the physical system. This coupled with the analysis tools have resulted in getting deep insights into the physical system that has helped strengthen the existing theoretical and experimental approaches to analyzing a physical system. Computational Science and Engineering finds diverse applications.
To complete the Computation Science Program successfully, the students have to take additional 18-24 credits worth of courses besides the usual ICT courses. The student must obtain a minimum CPI of 6.5 after completion of third Semester to continue in the program failing which she/he will be moved to the B.Tech (ICT) Program. The students enrolled in the B.Tech (Computational Science) Program can also apply for transfer to B.Tech (ICT) Program prior to the commencement of classes in any semester after completion of the third Semester. The students who have obtained a CPI of 7.5 and above may apply at the end of the third Semester for transfer to the B.Tech (Computational Science) Program and the transfer will be granted only subject to availability of seats and in descending order from the highest CPI obtained.
Admission to the above programs will be based on the All India Rank of Joint Entrance Examination 2014 (JEE-2014) Main, which is conducted by CBSE. Therefore, candidates who are appearing for JEE 2014 Main can only apply for these programs.
The short-listed candidates, based on the All India Ranking of JEE 2014, will be called for counseling at Gandhinagar and will be offered admission in order of their merit (based on the All India Ranking of JEE 2014).
The intakes of the Programs are as under:
Gujarat Category: Fifty per cent of the above seats will be filled in through the Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC), Government of Gujarat.
All India Category: The remaining fifty per cent will be filled in directly by DA-IICT.
All India Category candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe will be admitted on relaxed criteria as compared to the general category candidates. In case some of the reserved seats are not filled in, the unfilled seats will be transferred to the general category. For Gujarat Category, ACPC will follow its own policy in this regard.
In addition to the 300 seats, 30 seats will be offered to Non-Resident Indians/Foreign Nationals through DAFS.
The DA-IICT reserves the right to change the eligibility, number of seats, admission policy and procedures etc., without any prior Notice.
The minimum academic qualification for admission to the programs is that the candidate must have passed in final examination of 10+2 (Class XII) or its equivalent referred to as the qualifying examination (mentioned below). The candidate must have passed in final examination of 10+2 (Class XII) or its equivalent with Mathematics, Physics and any one of Chemistry/Bio-technology/Computer Science/Biology. Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination in 2014 are also eligible to apply for consideration of provisional admission. All candidates who are offered provisional admission will be required to produce the proof of having passed the qualifying examination (10+2 examination or equivalent) to the Institute latest by 30 October 2014, failing which such provisional admission will stand cancelled.
If a candidate is found ineligible at a later date, even after admission to DA-IICT, his/her admission will be cancelled. All admissions will be subject to verification of facts from the original testimonials/certificates/documents of the candidates. The decision of the concerned authorities of DA-IICT regarding eligibility of any candidate shall be final.
|Tuition Fee||Rs. 42,500 per Semester|
|Registration Fee||Rs. 2,500 per Semester|
|Caution Deposit||Rs. 10,000 (Refundable at the end of the Program)|
|Hostel Rent||Rs. 7,000 per Semester (Staying in the hostel is compulsory)|
|Food||As per actuals, as charged by the canteen/cafeteria. (These expenses will be approximately Rs.2,000 per month)|
|Alias||SRM Engineering Entrance Examination 2014|
|Exam mode||Offline, Online|
|Exam level||All India Level|
|Governing body||SRM University, Kancheepuram|
Duration of the exam is 2:30 hours.
Question paper will compose of multiple choice questions, objective type.
There shall be four sections in the SRMEEE 2014 question paper.
Total number of questions is 140 as per SRMEEE 2014 Exam Pattern.
Physics – 35, Math – 35, Chemistry – 35, Biology – 35 questions.
Total marks in the exam is 315 (105x3).
Every correct answer will get 3 marks.
Every wrong answer will get 1 mark deduction.
Candidates must have qualified class XII (or equivalent examination, recognized by state or central education board).
It is required to score at least 70% aggregate in the qualifying examination.
Candidate must have Physics, Math and Chemistry as subjects in class XII.
Only Indian nationals who have completed last two years of schooling in India are eligible as per SRMEEE 2014 Eligibility Criteria.
Candidates can purchase the application form till 15 March 2014 to apply for SRMEEE 2014. Before filling the application form, candidates must read the eligibility criteria mentioned above. There are various modes to fill the SRMEEE 2014 Application Form. Candidates can choose the mode according to their preference and convenience. Description of these modes is given as below:
You’re required to register first of all by providing all the necessary basic information. Afterwards, use the unique voucher code to complete the SRMEEE 2014 Application Form. Click Here to apply online.
You can also buy the SRMEEE 2014 Application Form by making a payment of Rs.900 from the following sale centers in person.
Banks: The following is the list of banks where the application form would be available
City Union Bank
Karur Vysya Bank
State Bank of India
SRM University Campus
You may also download the SRMEEE 2014 Application Form via the official website of SRM University. The form must be filled correctly and sent along with a demand draft of Rs.900 in favor of “SRMIST”, payable at Chennai before the deadline. On the reverse side of the demand draft, mention name, address and mobile number correctly.
SRMEEE 2014 Admit Card will be available to download if you have completed the application submission process successfully and the application form status shows “received”. The admit card can be downloaded from mid week of March 2014. Apart from being available at website, you shall be sent admit card via speed post or courier service as well. On obtaining the admit card, it must be examined thoroughly for any discrepancies or errors.
If found, SRM University admission representative must be contacted immediately. In case you haven’t received the admit card as well as are unable to download it, you must contact the admission authority with a copy of the application form and two photos. It is necessary to bring the admit card to the examination hall, without which you’d not be allowed to enter and take the exam. Along with the admit card, a valid photo ID must be brought as well to confirm the authentication purpose.
SRMEEE 2014 Result will be declared on 3 May 2014. Candidates who have given the SRMEEE 2014 can see the result online on the official university website by entering roll number correctly. Admissions in the university will be based on SRMEEE 2014 Result. You’ll be sent the result score on the mobile number registered at the time of filling application form. Based on the result, you’ll be chosen for inclusion in the merit list. The merit list will ultimately decide if you are selected for counselling and seat allotment process.
|Last date of submission of SRMEEE 2014 Application Form||15 March 2014|
|Offline Exam Date||27 April 2014|
|Online Exam Dates||17 to 22 April week, 2014|
|Result Publish and Counseling Schedule Dates||3 May 2014|
|Last Date of submitting SRMEEE 2014 Tuition Fee||15 June 2014|
Exam Name: All India Institute of Medical Sciences MBBS Entrance Exam 2014
Commonly known as: AIIMS MBBS Entrance Exam 2014
Exam type: National
Exam category: UG
Conducting body: All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
The candidate must be at least 17 years of age as on December 31, 2014.
The candidate must have passed 10+2 Senior School Certificate Examination/Intermediate Science or an equivalent examination from a recognized board or university of any Indian state with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Chemistry with 60% marks.
Candidates who are interested in taking AIIMS UG 2014 entrance exam are required to apply online by visiting the official website of AIIMS. Kindly read the prospectus carefully before starting the online registration.
Candidates are required to give order of preference for six new AIIMS like institutions apart from AIIMS Delhi. No documents are to be attached with the AIIMS UG 2014 application form.
Application fee for AIIMS UG 2014 entrance exam is:
Rs 1000 for General/ OBC category
Rs 800/- for SC/ST category
Payment can be made through computer generated Challan Form in any branch of State Bank of India.
Candidates are required to download the registration form and keep the copy of the same until the admission process is over.
AIIMS UG 2014 entrance exam is conducted in online as well as offline mode depending on the choice of the candidate.
AIIMS UG 2014 entrance exam will have 200 objective type questions and the duration of the exam will be 3.5 hours.
Questions will be from Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany and Zoology) and General Knowledge.
1 mark is awarded for every correct answer and 0.25 shall be deducted for every incorrect answer.
Exam Name: National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Postgraduate courses
Commonly known as: NEET PG 2014(Now AIPGMEE 2014)
Exam type: National
Exam Category: PG Exam
Candidates must possess MBBS Degree/Provisional MBBS Pass Certificate from an institute recognized by Medical Council of India/State Medical Council
Candidates must have completed one year of internship on or before March 31, 2014.
Exam fee for NEET PG 2014 is as follows:
Rs 3,750 for General/OBC candidates
Rs 2750/- for SC/ST/PWD candidates
Candidates have to purchase Composite Information cum Bulletin –cum Examination Fee Voucher from selected branches of Axis Bank.
A unique serial number will be available underneath the scratch panel in the voucher.
Candidates have to enter this unique serial number on the official website for online registration and scheduling process.
NEET PG 2014 will be Computer Based Test (CBT).
Total number of Multiple Choice Type Questions will be 300 with single correct response answer.
The language of NEET PG 2014 Exam is English only.
NEET PG 2014 will be a three and a half hour test. Extra 15 minutes will be allotted to Test Tutorial.
There will be no negative marking.
Candidates should attend BVP CET Counseling, whose names will appear in the Merit List of BVP CET 2014 prepared on the basis of the marks obtained in BVP CET 2014.
At the time of Counseling, admission sessions to various branches of engineering will also take place.
University will dispatch the Counseling and on the spot selection invitation Letters to the first 3000 candidates of the Merit List.
Candidates should attend the Counseling for BVP CET 2014 in person on the dates specified in the Counseling Schedule.
BVPCET 2014 Venue of Counseling: Bharati Vidyapeeth University College of Engineering, Pune-Satara Road, Pune 411 043. 46
BVP CET 2014 Counseling Schedule: Information will be updated soon.
Candidates should compulsorily attend the counseling as well as personal interview in person (if eligible), even though they have not been intimated for the same.
Candidates are allowed to enter the venue of counseling along with only one of his/her parents or guardian.
Candidates are required to carry their valid documents in original with 2 sets of photocopies specified below and the counseling letter.
In case, an aspirant will seek admission in any of the courses, his/her documents will be retained by the University till he/she completes the course.
If a candidate fails to produce any of the documents at the time of counseling, he/she will forfeit his/her claim for seat.
Candidates will seek admission on the basis of the seat availability in the several branches.
All those candidates who don’t receive the Counseling Letter should bring any other ID proof of appearing for the BVP CET 2014.
Applicants who will seek admission into any of the courses are required to pay the annual fees as well as the other fees through a demand draft drawn in favor of the Registrar, Bharti Vidyapeeth Deemed University payable at Pune.
Candidates are required to submit all the documents in original along with 2 photocopies of each. Documents required at the time of BVP CET 2014 Counseling are as follows:
Certificate for Proof of Date of Birth (Any one of the Following): SSC Certificate or School / College Leaving Certificate or Domicile / Nationality Certificate.
Certificate of Study in India of Class 11 and 12 from the Principal/Headmaster of the School last studied or studying in
Class X and XII Marks sheet.
Transfer Certificate from the school last studied in
Migration Certificate - Only for students who joined a course after 12th.
Gap Certificate - Only for students who joined a course after 12th.
Conduct and Character Certificate.
Caste Certificate (for SC, ST candidates only).
Caste validity certificate issued by competent authority (for SC, ST candidates only).
Certificate of Medical Fitness.
6 recent passport size photographs with candidate’s name written on the reverse of each photograph.
The amount of Tuition fees, other fees (Hostel fees inclusive in case of admission to Hostel).
An affidavit in the format given in Annexure III from the brochure signed by the candidate and countersigned by candidate’s parent/guardian in the presence of Notary Public on stamp paper.
The online application forms for AFMC 2014 entrance exam will be released in the First week of March 2014 and candidates wishing to apply for AFMC 2014 entrance for Pune main center can apply through AFMC online registration 2014.
Applicants fulfilling the eligibility criteria can fill the application form for AFMC 2014 entrance examonline.
Candidates who wish to apply for AFMC 2014 entrance exam are hereby informed that the online registration will be done by paying RS 250 in the form of bank demand draft in favour of “The Commandant AFMC Pune” payable at Pune”.
AFMC conducts an entrance exam at 28 centers across all over India. Candidates can register themselves through online application form that will be available soon till the First week of March 2014. For many other post graduate courses including MBBS. AFMC asks for AIPMT mark sheets and registration slips. So, keep in mind that AIPMT entrance will also play a major role during AFMC entrance 2014.
Aspirants wishing to apply for the exam must login to the official website i.e. www.afmc.nic.in and must fill the online application form for the selected medical course for which individual is applying in the pattern given by AFMC. However candidates must have also to appear in AIPMT 2014 whose registration has already been started from 1st Dec 2013.
The filled in application form must be submitted before the last date (which is expected to be second week of April 2014) of submission after that no any form will be accepted. candidates must take out its print out and send it to the following address.
“The Officer in Charge (Admission Cell),
Armed Forces Medical College,
Post Officer Wanowarie,
AFMC 2014 entrance exam for other UG courses except MBBS is expected to be conducted in the 1stweek of May 2014. AFMC will soon release the final date for the AFMC 2014 entrance exam. It is strictly to inform to all candidates that this year MBBS admission in AFMC will be conducted on the basis of AIPMT 2014 entrance exams. So, candidates are suggested to complete their AIPMT 2014 online registration if you want to reserve your MBBS seats in AFMC Pune 2014 session.
Mostly MP PMT 2014 Application form is available in the first week end of December 2013 and the exam Application form is also available in the distribution centers. The above examination is to be conducted on 1st week of April 2014.
MP PMT 2014 Application form has been much awaited by the students who wish to take part in the Entrance Examination , thereby to join the academic run 2014 by enrolling themselves in their institutes.The Sample papers, Previous years papers, answers, previous years question papers with solutions will be uploaded in this web site soon. Really we did not want to deceive you. Keep checking this web site and within days we will bring you all the preparatory materials here.
Candidates who gonna apply for the above examination should use the link which is shown below and keep checking this page for more updates of the exam.
Candidates must be enrolled in Class XII in science during the academic year 2013-14.
They must have secured a minimum of 80% in aggregate in Mathematics and Science in Class X board exams (70% for SC/ST/PH)
They must intend to enroll in an undergraduate course in Basic Sciences like Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics & Biology leading to B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math./Int. M.Sc./M.S. in the year 2014-15
They must also secure a minimum of 60% in Maths & Science Subjects Class XII (50% for SC/ST/PH)
Candidates must be in their second year of study in Cambridge International Examination Board
They must intend to enroll for an undergraduate programme in Basic Sciences namely Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology in the Academic year 2014-2015 (like B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math./Int. M.Sc./M.S.)
They must have secured a minimum of 80% in aggregate in Mathematics and Science in Class X board exams (70% for SC/ST/PH)
They must also secure a minimum of 60% in Maths & Science Subjects Class XII (50% for SC/ST/PH)
Candidates must have enrolled in the first year of study in basic sciences undergraduate studies in Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics & Biology leading to B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math./Int. M.Sc./M.S. during the academic year 2013–14
They must have secured a minimum of 60% in Maths & Science Subjects Class XII board exams (50% for SC/ST/PH)
They must secure a minimum of 60% in the 1st year final examination of B.Sc./B.S./B.Math./B.Stat./Int. M.Sc./M.S (50% for SC/ST/PH)
On the basis of an Aptitude test to be held on October 27, 2013 followed by an interview for shortlisted candidates.
Note: The Aptitude test will be in Hindi and English. Details of centres and seat numbers of candidates will be available in the first week of October, 2013
KVPY 2013 Admit Card:
Online: Students who have applied online may download the KVPY 2013 Admit Card from the second week of October 2013.
Speed Post: Students who have applied offline will receive their KVPY 2013 Admit Card by speed post.
KVPY 2013 Fellowships:
For SA/SX/SB (1st to 3rd years of B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math. / Integrated M.Sc. /M.S):
Monthly Fellowship: Rs 5000
Annual Contingency Grant: Rs 20,000
(during M.Sc. / 4th to 5th years of Integrated M.Sc. /M.S):
Monthly Fellowship: Rs 7000
Annual Contingency Grant: Rs 28,000
annually subject to academic performance of the candidates (60%) in addition to participation and satisfactory performance in the Summer Camp in the first year and summer project every year.
Note: KVPY fellowship for the students selected under the stream SA/SX/SB will be started after the Class XII / (10+2) / 1st year UG, ONLY if they pursue an undergraduate course in Basic Sciences.
For a week at the Indian Institute for Science Education and Research (IISER) - Kolkata, Pune, Mohali, Bhopal, and Trivandrum.
Access to National Laboratories/ Universities who have agreed to extend special privileges like library, laboratory facilities, etc. to KVPY Fellows on production of the ID card issued to every KVPY Fellow
Offline: Candidates have to send a request on a plain paper enclosing the paid “Bank Challan/ Pay-in-slip” clearly indicating the stream SA/SX/SB on the envelope to the KVPY authorities at the address given below.
In the year 1964 the scheme was extended to all the states and the union territories in the country with 350 scholarships for the students of Class XI. These scholarships were awarded on the basis of a written examination, a project report and interview. The written examination comprised the Science Aptitude Test and an Essay on a given scientific theme. The candidates were to submit the project report at the time of the written examination. A stipulated number of candidates selected on the basis of these three components were then subjected to personal interview. The performance of the candidates on these four components was eventually employed for the purpose of awarding scholarships. These scholarships were awarded for pursuing education only in basic sciences up to doctoral level.
Consequent upon the introduction of 10+2+3 pattern of education, the NSTS scheme also underwent a change in the year 1976. It was no longer confined to only basic sciences but was extended to social sciences, engineering and medicine as well. It was renamed as National Talent Search Scheme (NTSS). Since the education system in the country was undergoing a change, the scheme was made open to the students of Classes X, XI and XII and separate examinations were conducted for each class. The number of scholarships was raised to 500. The selection procedure was also changed. Now the candidates were subjected to two objective type written tests namely the Mental Ability Test (MAT) and the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). A stipulated number of candidates qualifying these two tests were subjected to face-to-face interview. The final awards were made on the basis of composite scores obtained in the MAT, the SAT and the interview.
The number of scholarships was again enhanced from 500 to 550 in the year 1981. These 50 scholarships were exclusively meant for Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) candidates. The number of scholarships was once again escalated to 750 in the year 1983 with a provision of 70 scholarships especially for SC/ST candidates. This arrangement continued until the scheme was decentralised in the year 1985. In the year 2000, the number of scholarships was raised from 750 to 1000 with the provision of reservation for SC and ST candidates based on the national norms of 15 per cent and 7½ per cent respectively.
Yet another change in the scheme was made in the year 2006 wherein the NTS examination was held at the end of Class VIII. From the year 2008 examination, a provision of 3 per cent reservation has been made for physically challenged students.
A discussion about this scheme took place in the 94th Meeting of Executive Committee of the NCERT held on 25.11.2010 and was decided that from 2012 the NTSE will again be held for class X students.
The scholarships under the present scheme are awarded to the candidates for pursuing courses in sciences and social sciences up to doctoral level and in professional courses like medicine and engineering up to second-degree level subject to the fulfilment of the conditions provided in this brochure.
Further details of the scheme are given in the subsequent pages.
In India this programme is a major initiative undertaken by the National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM). On behalf of NBHM this prpogramme is organized every year by Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE), Mumbai. HBCSE has been organizing this programme since 1988. This programme is the earliest programme from amongst other similar programmes organized now for difference science subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Astrophysics. INMO programme is the only programme which leads to participation of Indian students at the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) which was started way back in 1959 and is held in different countries every year (In Indian it was held in 1996). There are more than 100 participating countries. Indian performance has always been satisfactory.
For the selection of the talented students the tests are held throughout the country on a single day and with a single paper. The questions asked are really challenging and they measure the students capacity for original critical thinking.
For holding and selecting the most talented the country has been divided in 23 regions in addition to three groups (CBSE, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan and Navodaya Vidyalaya Sangathan). Each region is assigned a regional coordinator who organizes the tests for I and II stages.
This stage is called Regional Mathematical Olympiad or RMO in which students of the region appear at the test. Students of class XI are eligible for this test, however, students from lower classes (IX and X) as well as from class XII can also appear (at the discretion of the Coordinator)at this test which is a 3 hour written test. On the basis of this test a certain number of students are selected for stage 2.
Those students who have cleared the first stage take another test in the region for stage 2. The question paper is uniform through the country and the level of questions is a little higher. This test is for 4 hours. On the basis of this test 30-35 students from all over the country are selected (a maximum of 6 students from class XII are selected at this stage). These students are called INMO awardees and receive a certificate of merit.
This state is International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp. The INMO awardees are called for a month long training camp as a preparation for International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO). The participants are given rigourous training by experts in subjects of IMO syllabus at HBCSE, Mumbai. They have to face a number of tests there before a team of 6 is chosen for IMO. These 6 also go through 10 day Pre departure camp for IMO.
INMO awardees who successfully complete IMOTC and who chose Mathematics one of the subjects in their UG studies are eligible for NBHM scholarship of Rs. 4000/- PM (likely to be increased) throughout their UG studies. If they continue further Master’s degree an enhanced scholarship is awarded to them.
In addition to above there is a Nurture programme for those who do not continue their studies directly to Mathematics. The details are available with NBHM.
Please read the following guidelines:
|Category||Age||I st prize||II nd prize||III rd prize|
|A||≤ 45 yrs||5000/-||3000/-||2000/-|
|B||> 45 yrs||5000/-||3000/-||2000/-|
hard copies of cover sheet (only one copy) and text ( three copies) at
VIJAY V. SOMAN, 81, Vidya Vihar Colony, Ranapratap Nagar, Nagpur – 440022
Along with a soft copy as email attachment (pdf / word) at email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org , or at Tele: 09822228348
Stage I will be entirely the responsibility of IAPT. All the remaining stages will be organized by the HBCSE.
The detailed information about eligibility and structure of the stages is given below:
NSEJS is the first stage of selection of students in the Junior Science Olympiad Programme. NSEJS is organised by the Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT). Every student aspiring to go through successive stages of the programme must enroll for NSEJS. NSEJS is held at a large number of centres in the country.
Date of NSEJS 2013: 24 November 2013 (Sunday)
Time of NSEJS 2013:03:00 pm to 05:00 pm
Last Date for Enrollment for NSEJS: 15 September 2013
All Indian students who are born on or after January 1, 1999 and, in addition, are in Class X or lower as of November 30, 2013, are eligible to appear in NSEJS 2013 – 2014. If they qualify in the NSEJS, they will be eligible for subsequent stages leading to participation in International Junior Science Olympiad 2014.
It is the student's responsibility to ensure that the eligibility criteria are satisfied. In case at any stage of the program it is found that the student does not satisfy the eligibility criteria, he/she may be disqualified from the program.
The syllabus for NSEJS will be broadly equivalent to the secondary school level (upto Class X) of CBSE. The different basic subjects of science (physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics) will have roughly equal emphasis.
This is only a broad guideline, and there is no detailed syllabus given for NSEJS.
NSEJS will emphasize comprehension of the subject, not rote memory. Its format will be as follows:
The question paper will consist of 80 multiple choice questions, each with only one of the four options correct.
The aim of the first stage examination is to have a wide reach, to progressively increase this reach and to attain nationwide representation for stage II without overly compromising on merit. Hence the selection to the stage II examinations i.e. Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs) is based on the following scheme.
There will be no other criterion or provision for selection to the Indian National Olympiad Examinations (INOs).
All students who qualify to appear for INJSO get a certificate of merit from IAPT.
For any queries or clarifications and for any difficulties regarding enrollment for NSEJS, please contact:
Prof. M. L. Oglapurkar
IAPT Office, I.I.E. Campus,
128/2, J. P. Naik Marg, Kothrud, Pune - 411 038.
Tel : (Off.) 020 - 25420163.
(9:00 AM to 7:00 PM)
INJSO will be organized by HBCSE at about 15 centres in the country.
Students selected from Stage I examination (NSEJS) are eligible to appear for INJSO. In addition those students who have been exempted as described in the Enrollment page are also eligible to appear for INJSO. Besides these two ways, there is no other way by which a student becomes eligible to appear for INJSO.
The tentative date and time of INJSO 2014 examination is as follows:
February 01, 2014 (Saturday) : 01:00 pm --- 04:00 pm (3 hours)
The confirmed date and schedule will be announced in the first week of January 2014 on this website and communicated by post to the eligible students. Students appearing for INJSO will be eligible for TA/DA as per norms of the programme.
The syllabus for INJSO will be broadly similar to NSEJS with emphasis on conceptual understanding and quantitative reasoning. The syllabus is, however, only a broad guideline. Questions and problems in National Olympiads are usually non-conventional and of high difficulty level, comparable to International Olympiads.
On the basis of performance in INJSO, the top 35 students in the merit list will be selected for Stage III: Orientation Cum Selection Camp (OCSC) in Junior Science.
In the event, there is a tie at the last position, all students with the same marks at this last position will qualify for OCSC in Junior Science.
There will be no other criterion or provision for selection to OCSC.
OCSC in Junior Science will be organized by HBCSE sometime in April to June 2014 for 2-3 weeks. The precise dates will be announced prior to or along with the announcement of the selection list for the OCSC.
Only the students selected from the merit list of Stage II (INJSO 2014) will be eligible for OCSC 2014 in Junior Science. There will be no other criterion or provision.
The dates of OCSC 2014 will be announced later.
The camp will include several theoretical and experimental tests. Orientation will be provided to students especially in experiments. The camp will conclude with a valedictory function where distinguished scientists will be invited to speak to the students.
The merit list of OCSC in Junior Science will be prepared on the basis of the combined theoretical and experimental score aggregated over all the tests in the camp, with 60% weightage for theory and 40% weightage for experiment. Performance in previous stages (NSEJS and INJSO) will not be a consideration for the merit list and awards of the OCSC.
The top 6 in the OCSC Junior Science merit list will be declared to be special merit awardees. These special merit awardees will be given Rs. 5,000 each in the form of books and cash. In addition, there will be special prizes to recognize meritorious performance in theory and experiments.
The 6 special merit awardees in Junior Science selected at the end of the OCSC will constitute student team for the International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO), provided they satisfy required criteria such as age limit, holding valid Indian passport, medical fitness, parental consent, etc.
The selected 6 member student team will undergo a rigorous training programme at HBCSE in theory and experiment. Special laboratories are being developed at HBCSE for the purpose of experimental training. Resource persons from HBCSE and different institutions across the country will train the students.
The 6 student member team and 3 teacher leaders will constitute the delegation to represent India at the International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) 2014.
The 11th IJSO will be held in Netherlands December 2014.
The school's coordinating teacher will be generating the students' Roll Numbers as per the guidelines given. A copy of these roll numbers along with the students' registration and school registration sheet should be sent to the Foundation's office before the last date.
Foundation will register your school and the students and dispatch question papers and guidelines for conducting the examination. Principals / teachers may please note that any school can be registered as a centre for NSO. No fee is required from the institution to become a registered examination Centre.
Minimum of 10 students need to be registered from each school for feasibility reasons. Students should be registered through the schools only. Individual registration by the student is not accepted.
A nominal participation fee is charged from each student. Part of it is retained by the school for its expenses as exam centre. Details about the fee / mode of payment etc. are given in the School Registration Forms sent to schools.
The National Science Olympiad invites students from classes 1st to 12th to participate and excel at International level. The competition is in two levels.
The first level of the test is organized in the respective schools of the participants during the school hours.
The qualifiers to second round would include the following:
There are 20 questions in Section-I (Logical Reasoning), 15 questions in Section-II (Mathematical Reasoning) and 10 questions in Section-III (Everyday Mathematics)and 5 questions in section-4 (Achievers section).
The students are required to answer a total of 50 questions in 60 minutes, with each question carrying one mark and no negative marking for incorrect answers.
They are Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) type and the students are required to supply their responses on OMR answer sheets.
All students participating in IMO (1st level) get a 'Student Performance Report'(SPR), giving their score, school rank, city Rank, state rank, international rank and 'percentile, as well as a 'Certificate of Participation'.
SOF also generates a performance report for all participating schools, known as 'School Math Quotient (SMQ)'. On the basis of the 1st level exam, a 'Gold, Sliver & Bronze medals' are awarded to 1st 2nd & 3rd rank holder(with minimum 10 enrollments in the class concerned) in each participating school.
Selected students appear for a 2nd level examination and according to these 2nd level ranks, the prizes are given. The criteria for selection to the 2nd level are as follows: the student should have secured International Rank from 1 - 500 (both inclusive) and/or State Rank from 1 - 10 (both inclusive) and/or School Rank 1 (where minimum 10 students have appeared).
All students participating in IMO (2nd level) are also given a 'Certificate of Merit'. The respective school of each student with International Rank from 1 - 3 (both inclusive) is awarded a 'Math Intellect Trophy (MIT)' for having the winning students on their rolls.
Examination Pattern: There will be a different Question Paper for each class.
All the questions are objective-type with no negative marking for wrong answers.
Class 2: 50 Qs and 50 Marks
Class 3: 75 Qs and 75 Marks
Class 4-12: 100 Qs and 100 Marks
Duration of the examination for all classes: 90 minutes
NSTSE will be based on the CBSE syllabus. 85% of the Syllabus considered for setting the NSTSE Question Paper. NSTSE Question Papers are also suitable for Students of ICSE/ISC and Various State Board/Matriculation Syllabi.
Merit/Participation Certificates will be issued to all the students who will take NSTSE based on their performance.
Applicants can get a Free Printed Registration Form from NSTSE office by writing a letter along with a self addressed envelope with stamps Rs.5/-
Applicants can also download the Prospectus & Registration Form from the website and send the filled application form to NSTSE office with required enclosures.
Applicants can register online at http://www.unifiedcouncil.com/NstseInstructions.aspx