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B.R. Ambedkar University 2017 | Results | Syllabus

Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar Bihar University , is a public university located in the north prime of Bihar state in the city of Muzaffarpur in India.  The university was established in 1960, this university has 37 constituent colleges. The university provides distance educational courses as well. The university organizes symposia, seminars and workshops for all the students who are studying in the college. They offer  full-time and part-time courses ranging from undergraduate to postgraduate and research level.  It is a premier institution of teaching and learning in the city of Bihar. The Staff College of B.R. Ambedkar Bihar University, Muzaffarpur is one of the 45 academic staff of college which is  established in different parts of the country since 1987. The programme of action of the National Policy of Education (N.P.E). Subsequently six more A.S.C’s were established raising the total number of A.S.C to 51 at the turn of the century. Courses  offered by the University are approved from University Grants Commission.  They  also acts as an affiliated link between several colleges and institutes located across the state in providing higher education for the candidates who are willing to study in the university. They have a very good campus and provides hostel facilities to those candidates who are from other states. University have good fields for sports and entertainment. They give chances for young talent to excel in the field of sports,arts and cultural activities.

DETAILS ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.brabu.net/

COURSES OFFERED BY THE UNIVERSITY

GRADUATION COURSES OFFERED BY THE UNIVERSITY:

  1. Bengali
  2. Commerce
  3. Economics
  4. English
  5. Hindi
  6. History
  7. Mathili
  8. Mathematics
  9. Philosophy
  10. Political Science
  11. Sanskrit
  12. Sociology
  13. Urdu
  14. Physics
  15. Chemistry
  16. Zoology
  17. Botany

POST GRADUATION COURSES OFFERED BY THE UNIVERSITY:

 They offer Post Graduation Courses in following subjects through semester system:

  1. AIH
  2. Bengali
  3. Commerce
  4. Economics
  5. English
  6. Hindi
  7. History
  8. Mathili
  9. Mathematics
  10. Persian
  11. Philosophy
  12. Political Science
  13. Sanskrit
  14. Sociology
  15. Urdu
  16. Physics
  17. Chemistry
  18. Zoology
  19. Botany
  20. Electronics
  21. Fish & Fisheries
  22. Psychology

PROFESSIONAL COURSES OFFERED BY THE UNIVERSITY:

 They offer following professional courses:

  1. MCA
  2. MBA
  3. PGDCA
  4. CIC
  5. BLIS
  6. HJMC
  7. PGDCP
  8. Yogic Studies
  9. BCA
  10. BBA
  11. ASPM
  12. BioTech
  13. CND
  14. IFAF
  15. IMB
  16. Industrial Chemistry
  17. BHMS
  18. BAMS
  19. BUMS
  20. MD(Homeopathy)

FEES STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY

  • All Ph.D. Programme: Candidates will have to pay a fees of Rs 4000/- per semester( 2000 per semester for SC/ST/PH candidates). US $ 1000 per semester for the foreign candidates.
  • M.Phil. Courses: 15000/- per semester.

MASTER OF SCIENCE(M.SC PROGRAMMES)

  • Applied animal science: 1500/- per sem
  • Applied plant science: 1500/- per sem
  • Biotechnology: 1500/- per sem
  • Brain and cognition science:1500/- per sem
  • Environmental micro biology:1500/- per sem
  • Environmental science:1500/- per sem
  • Human development and family studies:1500/- per sem
  • Information Technology: 1500/- per sem
  • Applied Physics: 1500/- per sem
  • Applied Chemistry: 1500/- per sem
  • Applied Maths: 1500/- per sem
  • Applied Statistics: 1500/- per sem
  • Forensic science: 25000/- per sem
  • Industrial Microbiology: 25000/- per sem
  • Nano science and nano technology:25000/- per sem
  • Food science and technology:25000/- per sem
  • Information security:25000/- per sem
  • polymer security:25000/- per sem
  • Bio statics:25000/- per sem
  • Nuclear medicine:25000/- per sem
  • Energy and environment:25000/- per sem
  • Life sciences: 15000/- per sem

MASTER OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

  • MCA: Rs 3000/- per semester
  • MCA( corporate): Rs 25000/- per semester

MASTER OF ARTS

  • Economics: Rs 1500/- per semester
  • History:Rs 1500/- per semester
  • Political Science:Rs 1500/- per semester
  • Sociology:Rs 1500/- per semester
  • Development studies:Rs 1500/- per semester
  • Hindi:Rs 1500/- per semester
  • Anthropology:Rs 5000/- per semester
  • Education:Rs 5000/- per semester

LAW PROGRAMMES

  • LL.M(Law): Rs 1500/- per semester
  • LL.M( Human rights): Rs 1500/- per semester
  • LL.M(One year): Rs 15000/- per semester
  • B.B.A.LL.B(Hons): Rs 60000/- per semester

PHARMACEUTICAL PROGRAMMES

  • M.Pharm(Pharmaceutics): Rs 5000/- per semester
  • M.Pharm(Pharmacology): Rs 5000/- per semester

MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME( MBA) 

  • MBA( Rural management): Rs 5000/- per semester
  • MBA( Executive Management) Two year( 4 sem): Rs 45000/- per semester 
  • MBA(Human Resource Managements):Rs 45000/- per semester
  • MBA( Marketing management):Rs 45000/- per semester
  • MBA( Tourism management):Rs 45000/- per semester
  • Master of social work:Rs 45000/- per semester
  • Master of Public Administration: Rs 10000/- per semester
  • Bachelor of Bussiness Administration: Rs 25000/- per semester
  • Bachelor of Commerce(Hons.): Rs 15000/- per semester
  • Bachelor of Arts(Public Administration): Rs 5000/- per semester

EDUCATION

  • B.ED: Rs 10000/- per semester
  • M.ED: Rs 10000/- per semester

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE

  • MLISC: Rs 1500/- per semester

MASS COMMUNICATION AND JOURNALISM

  • Master of Journalism and Mass communication: Rs 1500/- per semester

B.TECH

  • Civil Engineering: Rs 55000/- per semester
  • Computer Engineering:Rs 55000/- per semester
  • Electrical Engineering:Rs 55000/- per semester
  • Electronics and Communication:Rs 55000/- per semester
  • Mechanical Engineering:Rs 55000/- per semester

M.TECH

  • M.Tech( computer science): Rs 35000/- per semester

M.SC 5 YEARS INTEGRATED COURSE

  • Basic Science: 15000/- per semester

DIPLOMA COURSES

  • P.G Diploma in Hindi Journalism: Rs 12500/- per semester

OTHER FEES OF ALL PROGRAMME

  • Admission Fees: Rs 1000/-
  • Enrollment Fees: Rs 200/-
  • Medical Examination Fees: Rs 100/- per semester
  • Sports Fees: Rs 200/- per semester
  • Identity Card Fees: Rs 100/- per annum
  • Lab Fees: Rs 200/- per annum
  • Library Caution Fess: Rs 500/-
  • General Caution Money: Rs 500/-
  • Thesis Evaluation Fees for M.Phil: Rs 2000/-
  • Thesis Evaluation Fees for P.Hd: Rs 3000/-
  • Examination fees: Rs 800/-
  • Student Welfare Fees: Rs 300/-
  • Convocation and degree fees: Rs 500/-

SELECTION PROCESS

Candidates will be selected on the basis of there performance in there entrance test. They have clear the entrance test in order to get a seat in the college. Candidates will have to go through the following test:

  1.  Paper Based Test
  2.  Computer Based Test.
  3. Written Ability Test
  4. Group Discussion(GD) and Interview.
  5. Final Call or emails. Candidates will be informed by the university by sending mails and msgs on there designated numbers.

HOW TO APPLY

  • Candidates should first visit the official site of the university i.e http://www.brabu.net/
  • Then they have to click on the new registration option
  • Then they have to submit all there details such as educational qualification,age etc
  • Upload your latest passport size photo with your scanned signatures
  • Then candidates will have to pay the fees via online banking process
  • Candidates can take a print out of the form for future use

ONLINE PAYMENT PROCEDURE

  • After completing all the steps candidates will have to pay the fees in order to give the entrance exam.
  • They have to click on the payment option given there
  • Then they have to enter the card number, the CV number given on the debit card
  • Then they have to enter the name of the card such as master card,visa debit card etc
  • After submitting all the details candidates click on final submission option
  • Then the banking will send you a OTP number as without the OTP number the payment cannot be completed
  • Enter the OTP number within 3 minutes
  • Now the process of payment is completed.

LATEST RESULTS

Candidates can check the latest results in the official website of the university. Candidates can search for any of the result in the official website. You just have to click on which course result you want to see. Then you have to enter your roll no and password. Candidates can take a print out of there results for future use.

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UPSC Latest Notification Examination Past Papers Download 2016 – Check Latest News

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) (संघ लोक सेवा आयोग) is India’s central agency authorized to conduct the Civil Services Examination, Indian Forest Service examination, Engineering Services Examination, Combined Defense Services Examination, National Defense Academy Examination, Naval Academy Examination,Combined Medical Services Examination, Special Class Railway Apprentice, Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Examination, Combined Geo-scientist and Geologist Examination, and Central Armed Police Forces(Assistant Commandant) Examination.   The Commission consists of a Chairman and ten Members. The terms and conditions of service of Chairman and Members of the Commission are governed by the Union Public Service Commission (Members) Regulations, 1969. The Chairman and other members of the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) are appointed by the President of India.  At least half of the members of the Commission are Civil Servants (working or retired) with minimum ten years of experience either in Central or State service.  The Commission is serviced by a Secretariat headed by a Secretary with two Additional Secretaries, a number of Joint Secretaries, Deputy Secretaries and other supporting staff. Every member holds office for a term of six years or until he attains the age of sixty-five years, whichever is earlier.  UPSC is among-st the few institutions which function with both autonomy and freedom along with the country’s higher judiciary and lately the Election Commission.

OFFICIAL SITE :

The Official site of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is www.upsc.gov.in .  The site contains all the important information related to UPSC.

EXAMS CONDUCTED BY UPSC :

National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination :  

(A) Tentative Schedule (Examination held twice a year)

(i) Notification of Examination :  October – Novermber & April – May

(B) Conduct of Examination  :   May

(C)  Age limit :  16-1/2 – 19 Years

(D) Educational Qualifications

(i)  For Army Wing of NDA  :  12th Class pass of the 10+2 pattern of school Education, or equivalent.

(ii)  For Air Force and Naval Wings of NDA and for 10+2 (Executive Branch) Course at Naval Academy  :  12 th Class pass of the 10+2 pattern of school Education with Physics and Mathematics, or equivalent.

Candidates appearing at the 12th Class Examination are also eligible to compete. Such candidates will be required to submit the proof of passing the 12th Class Examination by a date to be specified in the Commission’s Notice for the Examination.

(E)  Scheme of Examination

(i)  Written Examination  :  1. Mathematics (Objective type)  300 Marks  2. General Ability Test (Objective type) 600 Marks

(ii)  Marks for SSB Interviews  :  900 Marks

Civil Services Examinations :  (CS)

CS Preliminary 

(i) Notification of Examination  :  November/December of previous year

(ii) Conduct of Examination  :  May

(B)  Age Limit :  21-30 years as on 1st August of the year of Examination.

(C) Educational Qualification  :   

(i)  Degree of a Recognised University or equivalent.
(ii) Candidates appearing in the requisite Degree qualification are also eligible for appearing in the examination, however, they are supposed to submit proof of passing the requisite qualification along with with Detailed Application Form for Civil Services (Main) Examination.

Scheme of CS (Preliminary) Examination

The Preliminary Examination consists of two papers of objective type (multiple-choice questions) carrying a maximum of 400 marks.
The Question Papers (Test Booklets) are set in English & Hindi

CS Main :

Tentative Date of Examination : October  – November

Scheme of CS (Main) Examination

Paper-I – One of the Indian Languages to be selected by the candidate from the 18 languages included in the VIIIth Schedule to the Constitution (Qualifying Paper) :  300 Marks

Paper II  –  English (Qualifying Paper) : 300 Marks

Paper III –  Essay :  200 Marks

Paper IV & V –  General Studies (300 Marks for each paper) :  600 Marks

Papers VI, VII, VIII & IX –   Any two subjects (each having 2 papers) to be selected from the prescribed optional subjects (300 marks for each paper)  :  1200 Marks

Interview Test  :  300 Marks

Indian Forest Service Examination :

(A)  Notification of Examination :  February/March

(B)  Conduct of Examination :  July

(C)  Age-limits :  21-30 Years on 1st July of the year of examination

(D)  Educational Qualifications :  

(i)  A Bachelor’s degree with at least one of the subjects namely, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics and Zoology or a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture or Forestry or Engineering of a recognised university or equivalent.

(ii)  Candidates appearing at their degree examination (with prescribed subjects) are also eligible to compete. Candidates qualifying on the result of the written part of the examination will be required to submit the proof of passing the requisite examination alongwith their detailed application form to be filled up at that stage.

(E)  Scheme of Examination 

(i).  Written Examination – Conventional (essay) type (General English, General Knowledge & Any two subjects to be selected from the list of optional subjects)

(ii).  Interview for Personality Test

Engineering Services Examination :

(A)  Notification of Examination  :  January/February

(B)  Conduct of Examination  :  June/July

(C)  Categories of which recruitment is made through the Examination

(i)   Civil Engineering

(ii)   Mechanical Engineering

(iii)  Electrical Engineering

(iv)  Electronics & Tele-communication Engineering

(D)  Age-limits  :  21-30 years on 1st August of the year of Examination.

(E)  Educational Qualifications  : 

(i)  A degree in Engineering from a recognised university or equivalent. M.Sc degree or its equivalent with Wireless Communications, Electronics, Radio Physics or Radio Engineering as special subjects also acceptable for certain Services/posts only.

(ii)  Candidates appearing at their engineering degree or equivalent examination are also eligible to compete. Candidates qualifying on the result of the written part of the Examination will be required to submit the proof of passing the requisite examination along with their detailed application form to be filled up at that stage.

(F)  Scheme of Examination  :

(i)   Paper I (Objective type) : General Ability Test  (200 Marks)
(Part A: General English)
(Part B: General Studies
)

(ii)   Papers II & III (Objective type)  :  Civil Engineering/Mechanical Engineering/Electrical Engineering/Electronics & Tele-Communication Engineering  (200 Marks for each paper)

(iii)  Papers IV & V(Conventional Type)  :  Civil Engineering/Mechanical Engineering/Electrical Engineering/Electronics & Tele-communication Engineering  (200 Marks for each paper)

(iv)  Personality Test  :  200 Marks

Geologists’ Examination  :

(A)  Notification of Examination  :  June

(B)  Conduct of Examination  :  November

(C)  Age  limit  :  21-32 years on 1st January of the year of examination.

(D)  Educational Qualifications  :  

(i)     Master’s degree in Geology/Applied Geology or Marine Geology from a recognized university; or
(ii)    Diploma of Associateship in Applied Geology of Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad; or
(iii)   Master’s degree in Mineral exploration from a recognized university (for posts in GSI); or
(iv)   Master’s degree in Hydrogeology from a recgonized university (for posts in CGWB).

(Candidates appearing in the requisite qualification can also apply for the examination but are required to submit proof of passing along with detailed application form.)

(E)  Scheme of Examination  :

Part I  –  WrittenExamination

(i)   General English  : 100 Marks

(ii)  Geology Paper-I  :  200 Marks

(iii)  Geology Paper-II  :  200 Marks

(iv)  Geology Paper-III  :  200 Marks

(v)  Hydrogeology  :  200 Marks

Part II  –  Interview for Personality Test  :  200 Marks

Special Class Railway Apprenctices’ Examination :

(A)  Notification of Examination  :  February

(B)  Conduct of Examination  :  July

(C)  Age Limit  :   17-21 years on 1st August of the year of examination

(D)  Educational Qualification  :  Must have passed in the first or second division, the Intermediate or an equivalent examination of a university or board approved by the Government of India with Mathematics and atleast one of the subjects Physics and Chemistry as subjects of the examination.

(E)  Scheme of Examination  :

Part I  – Written Examination

(i)   General Ability Test (English, General Knowledge and Psychological Test)  –  200 Marks

(ii)  Physical Sciences (Physics and Chemistry)  :  200 Marks

(iii)  Mathematics  :  200 Marks

Part II  –  Personality Test carrying a maximum of 200 marks in respect of only those candidates who are declared qualified on the results of written examination.

Combined Defence Services Examination  :

(A)  Notification of Examination  :  August and March

(B)  Conduct of Examination  :  February and August

(C)  Age Limit  : 

(i)   19-24 Years  –   Indian Military Academy

(ii)   19-22 Years  –   Naval Academy

(iii)  19-23 Years  –   Air Force Academy

(iv)  19-25 Years  –  Officers’ Training Academy

(D)  Educational Qualification  :

(i)    IMA & OTA  Degree of a recognized University or equivalent

(ii)   Naval Academy B.Sc. with Physics & Mathematics or Bachelor of Engg

(iii)  Air Force Academy B.Sc. with Physics and/or Mathematics or Bachelor of Engg

(iv)  Candidates appearing at the degree or equivalent examination also eligible to compete. Such candidates will be required to submit the proof of passing the requisite qualifying examination by a date to be specified in the Commission’s Notice for the Examination.

(E)  Scheme of Examination  :

Part I  – Written Examination

(a)  For Indian Military Academy  :  English,  General Knowledge,  Elementary Mathematics  (300 Marks)
Naval Academy and
Air Force Academy

(b)  For Officers’ Training Academy  :    English,  General Knowledge  (200 Marks )

Part II  –  SSB Interview

(a)  IMA, NA and AFA  :  300 Marks

(b)  OTA  :  200 Marks

Combined Medical Services Examination:

(A)  Notification of Examination  :  August

(B)  Conduct of Examination  :  January

(C)  Age Limit  :  Below 32 years on 1st January of the year of Examination

(D)  Educational Qualification  :  A pass in the written and practical parts of the final M.B.B.S. Examination. Candidates appearing at the final MBBS Examination are also eligible to apply. Candidates qualifying on the result of the written part of the examination will be required to submit proof of passing the written and practical parts of final MBBS Examination alongwith their detailed application form to be filled up at that stage. A candidate who has yet to complete the compulsory rotating internship is educationally eligible for admission to the examination but on selection he will be appointed only after he has completed the compulsory rotating internship.

(E)  Scheme of Examination  :

Part I  – Written Examination   (2 papers of 200 marks each, both of objective type)

Paper  I

(i)  General Medicine including Cardiology, Neurology, Dermatology and Psychiatry

(ii)  Surgery including ENT, Ophthalmology, Traumatology and Orthopaedics

Paper  II  –  200 Marks

(i)   Paediatrics

(ii)   Gynaecology and Obstetrics

(iii)  Preventive, Social and Community Medicine

Part  II  –  Personality Test  (200 Marks)

Indian Economic Service / Indian Statistical Service

(A)  Notification of Examination  :  June

(B)  Conduct of Examination  :   November

(C)  Age Limit  :  21-30 years on 1st January of the year of Examination

(D)  Educational Qualification  :

For Indian Economic Service Post Graduate Degree from a recognised university in Economics/Applied Economics/Business Economics/Econometrics.
For Indian Statistical Service Post Grade Degree from an Indian university in Statistics/Applied Statistics/Mathematical Statistics.

Candidates appearing in qualifying degree exams are also eligible provisionally subject to producing proof of passing along with Detailed Application Form.

(E)  Scheme of Examination  :

Part-I : Candidates are required to appear in the following papers of conventional type papers.

(i) For Indian Economic Service

(a)    General English 100 Marks
(b)    General Studies 100 Marks
(c)    General Economics-I 200 Marks
(d)    General Economics-II 200 Marks
(e)    General Economics-III 200 Marks
(f)      General Economics 200 Marks

(ii) For Indian Statistical Service

(a)  General English     100 Marks
(b)  General Studies     100 Marks
(c)  Statistics-I     200 Marks
(d)  Statistics-II     200 Marks
(e)  Statistics-III     200 Marks
(f)  Statistics-IV       200 Marks

Part  II  –  Interview for Personaity Test  :  200 Marks

S.O.’s/Stenographer’s (Grade ‘B’/Grade-I) Limited Departmental Competitive  Examination :

(A)  Notification of Examination  :  July

(B)  Conduct of Examination  :  December

(C)  Age Limit  :  No age limit prescribed.  The examination is confined to serving Central Government Employees working as Assistant in the Assistant Grade of the Central Secretariat Service.  Railway Board Sectt. Service, Intelligence Bureau, Armed Forces headquarters Civil Services; or Stenographer Grade-C of the Central Secretariat Stenographers’ Service/Railway Board Secretariat Stenographers’ Service/Armed Forces headquarters Stenographers’ Service/Grade II of the I.B. Stenographers’ Service or any post in the Indian Foreign Service, branch ‘B’ and attached and subordinate office with 5 years approved and continuous service on the 1st of July of the year of exam.

(D)  Educational Qualification  :  No specific educational qualification prescribed.

(E)  Scheme of Examination  :

Part A Candidates have to appear in the following conventional (Essay Type) papers
1. Noting and drafting, precis writing.
2. (i)

Procedure and Practice in Government of India Secretariat and Attached offices. (For Categories I, II and IX)

(ii)

Procedure and Practice in Government of India Secretariat and Attached offices. (For Categories IV, V and VI)

(iii)

Procedure and Practice in Government of India Secretariat and Attached offices. (For Categories VII only)

(iv) Office Procedure and Practice (For Category III)
(v) Office Procedure and Practice (For Category VII)
3. (i)

General Knowledge of the constitution of India and the Machinery of Government, Practice and Procedure in Parliament (for categories I, II, III and IX)

(ii)

General Knowledge of the constitution of India and the Machinery of Government, Practice and Procedure in Parliament (for categories IV, V,VI and VII)

4. (i) General Financial and Service Rules, (For Category I)
(ii) General Financial and Service Rules, (For Category II)
(iii) General Financial and Service Rules, (For Category III)
(iv) General Financial and Service Rules, (For Category V)
(v) General Regulations and Service Rules, (For Category VI)
(vi) Financial Regulations and Service Rules, (For Category IX)
(vii) Railway Financial and Service Rules, (For Category III)
(viii) Railway Financial and Service Rules, (For Category VII)
5. General Studies
Part B  Assessment of 5 years CRs                                   100 Marks

Central Police Forces (Assistant Commandants) Examination :

(A)  Notification of Examination  :  May

(B)  Conduct of Examination  :  October

(C)  Age Limit  :  20-25 years as on 1st August of the year of examination.

(D)  Educational Qualification  :

(i)  Degree of a recognized university or an equivalent qualification.

(ii)  Candidates appearing in the degree exam are allowed to appear at the exam but are required to submit proof of passing alongwith the Detailed Application Forms which are to be submitted after qualifying the written test, medical standards test and Physical Efficiency Tests (PET)

(E)  Scheme of Examination  :

Part I  – Written Examination

PAPER-I     General Ability and Intelligence (Objective Type)     250 Marks

PAPER-II     Essay, Precis writing and comprehension (Conventional Type)     150 Marks

PHYSICAL AND MEDICAL STANDARDS TEST     To be conducted only of candidates who qualify the written examination.

Part  II  –  Interview for Personality Test     200 Marks

UPSC PREVIOUS YEAR QUESTION PAPERS :-

We have given the previous year question papers below so that Candidates those who are applying for UPSC Jobs can prepare for the exams.

Special Class Railway Apprentices Exam

General Ability Test

Physical Science

Mathematics

Combined Defence Services (I) Exam

English

General Knowledge

Elementary Mathematics

National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Exam (I)

Maths

General Ability Test

Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Exam

General English

General Studies

 

General Economics – I

General Economics – II

 

General Economics – III

Statistics – I

Statistics-II

Statistics-III

Combined Geo-Scientist & Geologists Exam

General English

Geology -I

Geology -II

Geology-III

Hydrogeology

Geo Physics – I

Geo Physics – II

Geo Physics – III

Chemistry – I

Chemistry – II

Chemistry – III

CISF (AC) Limited Departmental Examination 

Essay, Precis Writing, Comprehension

General Ability, Intelligence, Professional Skills

CAPF (AC) EXAM

General Ability and Intelligence

General Studies, Essay and Comprehension

ENGINEERING SERVICES EXAMINATION

General Ability Test

Civil Engineering I

Civil Engineering II

Mechanical Engineering I

Mechanical Engineering II

Electrical Engineering I

Electrical Engineering II

E&T Engineering I

E&T Engineering II

Civil Services (Preliminary) Exam

General studies-I

General Studies-II

General Studies-X

National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Exam (II)

Mathematics

General Ability Test

Combined Defence Services (II) Exam

English

General Knowledge

Elementary Mathematics

Indian Forest Service (Main) Exam

Genera English

General Knowledge

Civil Services (Main) Examination,

Essay

General Studies I

General Studies II

General Studies III

General Studies IV

English Language (Compulsary)

SOs/Steno’s (Gr.B/Gr.I) Examination

Noting and Drafting

Paper I

Paper II (Categories I, IV .VIII & IX)

Paper II (Categories II & V)

 

Combined Medical Services Examination

Paper – I

Paper – II

 

ITBP Selection Process 2016 – 17 Physical Standard Exam Pattern Syllabus

The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) (Hindi:भारत-तिब्बत सीमा पुलिस बल) is one of the five Central Armed Police Forces of India, raised on 24 October 1962, under the CRPF Act, in the wake of the Sino-Indian War of 1962. The ITBP was intended for deployment along India’s border with Chinese-occupied Tibet. The first head of the ITBP, designated Inspector General, was Balbir Singh, a police officer previously belonging to the Intelligence Bureau. The ITBP, which started with 4 battalions, has since restructuring in 1978 has undergone expansion to a force of 45 battalions with 4 more being raised as of 2013.  The ITBP is trained in Civil Medical Camp, disaster management, and nuclear, biological and chemical disasters. ITBP personnel have been deployed abroad in UN peacekeeping missions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Haiti, Western Sahara, Sudan, Afghanistan and elsewhere.  Two battalions of ITBP are deputed to NDRF(NATIONAL DISASTER RESPONSIVE FORCE).  ITBP along with BSF has not only been guarding and securing the nation’s boarders but it has been participating in the internal activities like “Swachh Ganga” Mission and support growth of the nation. ITBP recruits male & female Indian citizens (including a subject of Nepal & Bhutan) for filling up vacancies in the department. The most common posts for which ITBP recruits candidates through advertisement in Group C ( Non- Gazetted) posts the include Head Constable ASI Stenographer Clerk etc. Before Applying candidates must understand that they can be posted anywhere in India and even abroad.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF ITBP :

The Official website of ITBP is www.itbpolice.nic.in .  The candidates can get all the details related to Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) by visiting this site.

WHY INDO-TIBETAN BORDER POLICE (ITBP) :

Defense is not only related to the securing country but also there is lots of departments in the defense field whose vacancies get releases time to time. In India defense has a huge scope and also preferred by  many Indians who are dedicated towards their country and wants to contributes some of their for the Nation.  On appointment a candidate shall be entitled for the pension benefits as per the New Restructured Defined Contributory Pension Scheme.  A person working with Defense also have a Dignity in the Society.  So,  ITBP is the best career to join.

ITBP RECRUITMENTS :

 ITBP releases Official Notifications every year to make Recruitment for Various Post for Constable, Tradesman & GD, Sub Inspector, Assistant Sub Inspector & other various Posts.   All the information regarding the recruitments are mentioned in the Notification.  Job Aspirants who want to serve the nation apply for the vacancies released according to their eligibility.

SELECTION PROCESS :

 For Head constable

  • Height Bar Test
  • Race
  • Checking of documents
  • Physical Standard Test (PST)
  • Written Examination
  • Skill Test

For ASI/steno

  • Checking of documents
  • Physical Standard Test (PST)
  • Written Examination
  • Skill Test

For Assistant Commandant

  • Written Examination
  • Physical standard test
  • Physical Efficiency test
  • Medical test
  • Interview & Personality test

PHYSICAL STANDARDS :

(i) For candidates falling in the categories of Garhwalis, Kumaonis, Gorkhas, Dogras, Marathas and candidates belonging to the states of Sikkim, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Leh & Ladakh regions of J&K  :

Height : 165 cms

Chest :  78-83 cms

(ii) For all States and Union Territories (except categories mentioned above) :

Height :  170 cms

Chest :  80-85 cms

(iii) For Candidates belonging to Schedule Tribes (ST) :

Height :  162.5 cms

Chest :  76-81 cms

RACE :

The candidates, who qualify the Height Bar Test, will be subjected to 5 Kms Race in 24 minutes to qualify for further tests. No marks will be awarded for race and it will only be qualifying in nature. Those who do not qualify the race will be eliminated.

BIOMETRIC IDENTIFICATION :

Candidates who qualify Race and PST will be subjected to the biometric identification to obviate impersonation by the candidates.

MEDICAL STANDARDS :

  1.  Eye Sight (i) The minimum distant vision should be 6/6 and 6/9 of both eyes without correction i.e. without wearing of glasses.
  2. The candidates must not have knock knee, flat foot, varicose vein or squint in eyes and they should possess high colour vision. They must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect likely to interfere with the efficient performance of the duties.
  3. A colour blind person will not be eligible for appointment. If any stage of service career, a person is found to be colour blind, he will be boarded out as per SHAPE policy in vogue.
  4. Tattoos :  Any candidate with a small engraving/tattoo of name or religious symbol on the inner face of the arms or hands is permitted for recruitment. Candidates having permanent tattoo on any part of the body will be debarred for recruitment.

ITBP EXAM PATTERN :

  • The exam is OMR examination
  • The examination is for 100 marks and time is 3 hours
  • Qualifying mark 35% for general and 33% for reserved
  • There is skill test for qualified candidates for 20 marks

Written exam pattern

Parts Subject Marks/ Questions
Part-I General Arithmetic 30
Part-II General Knowledge 25
Part-III General English 35
Part-IV Theoretical Knowledge of Computer 10
TOTAL 100

Skill Test for Steno :-

The candidates, who qualify the above written examination, shall be required to appear in the skill test i.e. shorthand and typing given as under:- i) Dictation – 10 minutes @ 80 words per minute (English or Hindi). ii) Transcription- 50 minutes in English on computer; or 65 minutes in Hindi on computer.

MERIT LIST :

Merit lists in each category namely, Gen, SC, ST, OBC(NCL) and Ex-servicemen will be drawn on the basis of total marks obtained by the candidates in the written examination. The candidates shall be shortlisted for Verification of Original Documents/Certificates and Detailed Medical Examination (DME) as per the category wise vacancies on the basis of this merit. Extended list shall also be prepared to cover the shortfall due to failure of candidates in DME and Review Medical Examination (RME). However, there shall be no reserve list.

CAUTION :

 The candidates are advised to go through the recruitment notification and confirm their eligibility in all respect before submitting an application. The mobile phone, camera or any electronic devices are not permitted inside the recruitment venues. The candidates are advised not to carry any such device with them.   Selection in ITBP is fair and on merit only. Candidates should not fall prey to unscrupulous persons posing as Recruitment Agents. For complaint against such persons, candidate must approach Second-in-Command (Vigilance), Vigilance Branch, ITBP HQ, Block No. 4, CGO Complex Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 03.

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Anna University 2017 | Results | counselling | Date Sheet |

Anna University is a technical University in Tamil Nadu, India.   It was established on 4th September 1978 as a unitary type of University.   The Univerity was named after C N Annadurai, former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.  It offers higher education in Engineering, Technology and allied Sciences relevant to the current and projected needs of the society.  Besides promoting research and disseminating knowledge gained therefrom, it fosters cooperation between the academic and industrial communities.  The University was formed by bringing together and integrating two well-known technical institutions in the city of Madras.   The main university campus is located in Guindy, Chennai.  The Bioprocess Laboratory donated by SPIC is located at present in this campus and a few more centers of advanced studies, like National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Sugar Research Institute, Mechatronics Institute, Entreprenuership Development Park, and Convention Centre will also be housed there in future.  Since December 2001,it has become a large, highly renowned Affiliated University, having brought into its fold about 426 Self-financing Engineering Colleges six Government Colleges and three Government-aided Engineering colleges located in various parts of Tamilnadu State.

STATUS :-

 The Anna University ,which is of the affiliated type is a member of the Association of Indian Universities, the Association of Commonwealth Universities and Partner of UNESCO International Center for Engineering Education (UICEE). UGC have accredited Anna University with Five Star Status in 2002 which is the highest rating. With proven capabilities both in academic and research areas, Anna University was able to receive this honour for a period of five years for excellence in Technical Education.

FACILITIES :-

  • Computer Lab
  • Library
  • Cafeteria
  • Auditorium

OFFICIAL WEBSITE :-

The Official Site of Anna University is www.annauniv.edu .  Students can get all the details of the University by visiting this site.  Students can also get complete details of syllabus of courses from this site.  Admit Cards of Entrance Test can also be downloaded from this site.

FACULTY :-

  1.  Faculty of Technology
  2. Faculty of Civil Engineering
  3. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
  4. Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  5. Faculty of Information and Communication Engineering
  6. Faculty of Management Sciences
  7. Faculty of Science and Humanities
  8. Faculty of Architecture and Planning

COLLEGES AFFILIATED TO ANNA UNIVERSITY :-

Adhiparasakthi College of Engineering
B.S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Engineering College
Dhanalakshmi College of Engineering
Easwari Engineering College
Hindustan College of Engineering
Jaya Engineering College
Magna College of Engineering
Panimalar Engineering College
Priyadarshini Engineering College
R.M.D. Engineering College
Raja Rajeswari Engineering College
Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering
St. Joseph College of Engineering
Velammal Engineering College

ACADEMICS :-
The university offers various courses in engineering and technology through its affiliated colleges and follows a dual semester system. Every year the university conducts examinations for even semester in May–June and for odd semester in November–December. The 1st semester students have exams in January.

COURSES PROVIDED BY ANNA UNIVERSITY :-

UNDER GRADUATE COURSES

 I)   Faculty of Civil Engineering

1.  B.E. Civil Engineering
2.  B.E. Geo Informatics
3.  .E. Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering

II)  Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

1.  B.E. Mechanical Engineering
2.  B.E. Material Science and Engineering
3.  B.E. Mining Engineering
4.  B.E. Printing Technology
5.  B.E. Manufacturing Engineering
6.  B.E. Industrial Engineering
7.  B.E. Aeronautical Engineering
8.  B.E. Automobile Engineering
9.  B.Tech. Automobile Engineering
10. B.E.Production Engineering(Full time & Part time)
11. B.Tech Rubber and Plastic Technology Engineering

III) Faculty of Electrical Engineering

1.  B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
2.  B.E. Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering

 IV) Faculty of Information & Communication Engineering

1.  B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering
2.  B.E. Computer Science and Engineering (Full time & Part time)
3.  B.Tech. Information Technology(Dual Degree)
4.  B.E. Computer Science and Engineering (Full time & Part time)
5.  B.Tech. Information Technology (Dual Degree)
6.  B.E. Electronics & Communication Engineering

 V)  Faculty of Science & Humanities

1.  B.Sc. Electronic Media

VI)  Faculty of Technology

1.  B.Tech. Chemical Engineering (Full time & Part time)
2.  B.Tech. Petroleum Refining and Petrochemicals Engineering
3.  B.Tech Ceramic Technology (SS)
4.  B.Tech Textile Technology (Full time & Part time)
5.  B.Tech Industrial Bio-Technology
6.  B.Tech Food Technology
7.  B.Tech Pharmaceutical Technology

 VII) Faculty of Architecture and Planning

1.  B.Arch

POST GRADUATE COURSES

I)  Faculty of Civil Engineering

1.  M.E. Geoinformatics
2.  M.Tech. Remote Sensing
3.  M.E. Urban Engineering
4.  M.E. Structural Engineering
5.  M.E. Construction Engineering and Management
6.  M.E. Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering
7.  M.E. Irrigation Water Management
8.  M.E. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering
9.  M.E. Environmental Engineering
10. M.E. Environmental Management
11. M.E. Integrated Water Resources Management
12. M.Tech. Coastal Managment

II)   Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

1.  M.E. Internal Combustion Engineering
2.  M.E. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
3.  M.E. Engineering Design
4.  M.E. Computer Aided Design (CAD)
5.  M.E.  Product Design and Development     (PDD)
6.  M.E. Energy Engineering
7.  M.E. Manufacturing Systems Management
8.  M.E. Mechatronics
9.  M.E. Printing Technology
10. M.E. Computer Integrated Manufacturing
11. M.E Manufacturing Engineering
12. M.E. Industrial Engineering
13. M.E. Quality Engineering & Management

III) Faculty of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

1.  M.E. Power Systems Engineering
2.  M.E. High Voltage Engineering
3.  M.E. Control and Instrumentation Engineering
4.  M.E. Power Electronics and Drives
5.  M.E. Electrical Drives and  Embedded     control
6.  M.E. Embedded System Technologies

IV) Faculty of Information & Communication Engineering
    
1.  M.E. Applied Electronics
2. M.E. Communication Systems
3.  M.E. VLSI Design
4.  M.E. Medical Electronics
5.  M.E. Computer Science and Engineering
6.  M.E. Software Engineering
7.  M.E. Multimedia Technology
8.  M.Tech. Information Technology
9.  Master of Computer Applications (MCA)
10. M.E Systems Engineering and Operations Research
11. M.E. Communication & Networking
12. M.E. Avionics

V)  Faculty of Management Sciences

1.  Master of Business Administration

VI) Faculty of Science & Humanities
    
1.  M.Sc. Science & Technology Communication
2.  M.Sc. Electronic Media 2 years
3.  M.Sc. Electronic Media 5 years Integrated
4.  M.Sc. Mathematics
5.  M.Sc. Computer Science 5 years Integrated
6.  M.Sc Information Technology 5 Years Integrated
7.  M.Tech. Laser and Electro Optical     Engineering
8.  M.Sc. Materials Science
9.  M.Sc. Medical Physics
10. M.Sc. Applied Chemistry
11. M.Tech.Polymer Science and Engineering

VII) Faculty of Technology
    
1.  M.Tech Chemical Engineering
2.  M.Tech Petroleum Refining and Petrochemicals Enginnering
3.  M.Tech Ceramic Technology
4.  M.Tech Textile Technology (Full time & Part time)
5.  M.Tech Biotechnology
6.  M.Tech Bio-Pharmaceutical Technology

VIII) Faculty of Architecture and Planning

1.  M.Arch Digital
2.  M.Arch Landscape
3.  M.Plan

RESEARCH PROGRAMS   

i.   Ph.d (Doctral of Philosophy)

ii.  M.S (Master of Science)

iii. M.Phil.(Master of Philosophy)

COURSE FEE :-

The University revises its fee structure for various courses each year.  Applicants have to check official site of University for fee details.  We are providing some details of fees below.

 

Fee Structure for MBA:

Year I II
Tuition Fees 36,000 36,000
University Fees 1,800 0
Books & Records 7,500 7,500
Uniform & ID Card 4,300 0
Orientation, E-Learning, Skill Development & Add-on Courses 1 28,000 28,000
Student Insurance 100 100
Caution Deposit 2 5,000 0
Total 82,700 71,600

For MCA

 

Year I II III
Tuition Fees 36,000 36,000 36,000
University Fees 1,800 0 0
Books & Records 6,500 6,500 6,500
Uniform & ID Card 1600 0 0
Orientation, E-Learning, Skill Development & Add-on Courses 1 28,000 28,000 28,000
Student Insurance 100 100 100
Caution Deposit 2 5,000 0 0
Total 79,000 70,600 70,600

 

For Engineering

Fees Details for M.E. / M.TECH

Semester Tuition Fees University Fees ID Card Student Insurance Caution Deposit 2 Total
I 48,000 1,800 100 100 5,000 55,000
II 48,000 0 0 0 0 48,000
III 48,000 0 0 100 0 48,100
IV 48,000 0 0 0 0 48,000

Fees Details for M.E. / M.TECH (PART TIME)

Semester Tuition Fees University Fees ID Card Student Insurance Caution Deposit 2 Total
I 32,000 1,800 100 100 5,000 39,000
II 32,000 0 0 0 0 32,000
III 32,000 0 0 100 0 32,100
IV 32,000 0 0 0 0 32,000
V 32,000 0 0 100 0 32,100
VI 32,000 0 0 0 0 32,000

Students of Anna University in MBA, MCA and Engineering can also get the full fee details on the official website of Anna University.

ADMISSION :- 

The Anna University conducts the admissions to its courses through the Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test TANCET  for all the candidates who wish to study in the courses of the Anna University.  The Syllabus for TANCET will be uploaded in the University website.  Applicants an download the syllabus and start preparing for their exam.

TANCET APPLICATION FORM :-

TANCET Application Form and Prospectus can be obtained from the Anna University.  The Application fee is Rs.500/- (Rs.250/- for SC/ST).

DATE SHEET :-

The date sheet will be uploaded in the official site before the commencement of exam.  Students can download the timetables by visiting the site.

HALL TICKET :-

Hall Tickets for the Entrance Test will be dispatched to all the Eligible Candidates who have applied.  If any Candidate does not receive the hall ticket, he/she can get a TANCET duplicate Hall Ticket from the enquiry office of the University Centres.

RESULT :-

The Result will be declared Rank – wise, Roll No.wise and category wise.  Candidates can check their result on University website www.annauniv.edu .

TANCET MARKSHEETS :-

TANCET Mark Sheets will be dispatched to the Candidates within 10 days from the date of publication of results of the entrance test to the address given in theapplication.  The mark sheet should be produced at the time of Admission.  If the mark sheet is lost. a duplicate mark sheet can be obtained on payment of Rs.100/- in the form of Demand Draft, with a written request to the Director, Entrance Examination, Anna University, Chennai – 600025.

 

COUNSELLING :-

Candidates who have applied for Tamil Nadu Admissions Test and qualified the examination  will be called for counselling through a call correspondence on the basis for merit list. Candidates may examine the Anna University Counseling Routine, Process and Essential Schedules online through the official site of University.

Documents Required For Counseling

Contenders must bring the required documents while appearing for Anna University Counseling.

  • Original counseling letter along with photocopy
  • Original Admit card
  • Bank draft has to be made as per the guidelines mentioned on Anna University prospect
  • All the original and at least 2 photocopy of certificates of 10th & 12th class
  • Rank Card / Hall Ticket
  • Score card (if applicable)
  • Caste certificate (SC/ST/OBC/Other) signed by the authorized authority
  • Medical documents mentioned on ANNA UNIVERSITY application form
  • 4-6 Passport size photographs

HOW TO APPLY FOR ADMISSION IN ANNA UNIVERSITY :-

  1.  Download the Application Form in the Prescribed Format from the official site www.annauniv.edu .
  2. Enter the essential details in the application form and attach the scanned copies of the documents.
  3. Submit this duly filled form to the respective address on or before the closing date.

ADDRESS :

Director,

Anna University, Chennai – 600025.

 

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UPSC NDA NA Exam Pattern Syllabus Download Past Papers – Check How to Apply

The National Defence Academy (NDA) is the Joint Services academy of the Indian Armed Forces, where cadets of the three services, the Army, the Navy and the Air Force train together before they go on to pre-commissioning training in their respective service academies. The NDA is located at Khadakwasla near Pune, Maharashtra. It is the first tri-service academy in the world.  Applicants to the NDA are selected via a written exam conducted by the UPSC, followed by extensive interviews covering general aptitude, psychological testing, team skills as well as physical and social skills, along with medical tests. Incoming classes are accepted twice a year for semesters starting in July and January. About 320,000 applicants sit for each written exam.   The NDA offers only a full-time, residential undergraduate programme. Cadets are awarded a Baccalaureate degree (a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science or a “Bachelor of Technology” ) after 3 years of study. Cadets have a choice of two streams of study. The Science stream offers studies in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science. The Humanities (Liberal Arts) stream offers studies in History, Economics, Political Science, Geography and Languages.

This year 2016 Union Public Service Commission had invited applicants to apply for National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination (I), 2016.  The approximate number of vacancies of NDA is 320 and for Naval Academy is 55, taking the total to 375. Interested and eligible candidates need to apply online through the official website. Last date to apply online for this exam is today, January 29, 2016.  Below we have provided the complete details of  NDA & NA Exam 2016.

DETAILS OF UPSC NDA NA Exam 2016

Name of Organization  :  Union Public Service Commission

Official Site  :   www.upsc.gov.in

Name of Exam  :  National Defense Academy & Naval Academy Examination

Posts to be filled on the Result of these Examinations  are as follows :

National Defence Academy : 320 (208 for Army, 42 for Navy 300 and 70 for Air Force)

Naval Academy : 55 (10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme)

Total : 375

Age  :- Only unmarried male candidates born not earlier than 02nd July, 1997 and not later than 1st July, 2000 are eligible.  Candidates should note that only the date of birth as recorded in the Matriculation/Higher Secondary Examination Certificate available or an equivalent certificate on the date of submission of applications will be accepted by the Commission and no subsequent request for its change will be considered or granted.

Educational Qualifications :-

(i) For Army Wing of National Defence Academy :  12th Class pass of the 10+2 pattern of School Education or equivalent examination conducted by a State Education Board or a University.

(ii) For Air Force and Naval Wings of National Defence Academy and for the 10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme at the Indian Naval Academy : 12th Class pass of the 10+2 pattern of School Education or equivalent with Physics and Mathematics conducted by a State Education Board or a University. Candidates who are appearing in the 12th Class under the 10+2 pattern of School Education or equivalent examination can also apply for this examination.

Important Dates to Remember  :

Last Date to Apply  :  29/01/2016  till 11.59 PM

Date of Examination  :  An Examination will conducted by the Union Public Service Commission on 17th April, 2016

Exam Centres: Agartala, Ahmedabad, Aizawl, Allahabad, Bangalore, Bareilly, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cuttack, Dehradun, Delhi, Dharwad, Dispur, Gangtok, Hyderabad, Imphal, Itanagar, Jaipur, Jammu, Jorhat, Kochi, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mumbai, Nagpur, Panaji (Goa), Patna, Port Blair, Raipur, Ranchi, Sambalpur, Shillong, Shimla, Srinagar, Thiruvananthapuram, Tirupati, Udaipur, Vishakhapatnam.

Scheme of NDA Entrance Examination

1. The subjects of the written examination, the time allowed and the maximum marks allotted to each subject will be as follows :–

Subject Code Duration

Maximum Marks

Mathematics 01 2-½ Hours

300

General Ability Test 02 2-½ Hours

600

  Total    900

2. The papers in all the subjects will consist of objective type questions only. The question papers (Test Booklets) OF MATHEMATICS AND PART “b” OF GENERAL ABILITY TESTS WILL BE SET BILINGUALLY IN HINDI AS WELL AS  English.

3. In the question papers, wherever necessary, questions involving the metric system of Weights and Measures only will be set.

4. Candidates must write the papers in their own hand. In no circumstances will they be allowed the help of a scribe to write answers for them.

5. The Commission have discretion to fix qualifying marks in any or all the subjects at the examination.

6. The candidates are not permitted to use calculator or Mathematical or logirithmic table for answering objective type papers (Test Booklets). They should not therefore, bring the same inside the Examination Hall.

Penalty for wrong answers: Candidates should note that there will be penalty (negative marking) for wrong answers marked by a candidate in the objective type question papers.

NDA & NA Entrance Examination Syllabus

Paper-I    Mathematics
(Maximum Marks – 300)

1.  Algebra : 

Concept of a set, operations on sets, Venn diagrams.  De Morgan laws.  Cartesian product, relation, equivalence relation. Representation of real numbers on a line.  Complex numbers – basic properties, modulus, argument, cube roots of unity.  Binary system of numbers.  Conversion of a number in decimal system to binary system and vice-versa.  Arithmetic, Geometric and Harmonic progressions.  Quadratic equations with real coefficients.  Solution of linear inequations of two variables by graphs.  Permutation and Combination.  Binomial theorem and its application.  Logarithms and their applications.

2.  Matrices and Determinants:
Types of matrices, operations on matrices Determinant of a matrix, basic  properties of determinant.  Adjoint and inverse of a square matrix, Applications – Solution of a system of linear equations in two or three unknowns by Cramer’s rule and by Matrix Method.

3.  Trigonometry:
Angles and their measures in degrees and in radians.  Trigonometrical ratios.  Trigonometric identities  Sum and difference formulae.  Multiple and Sub-multiple angles.  Inverse trigonometric functions.  Applications – Height and distance, properties of triangles.

4.  Analytical Geometry of two and three dimensions:
Rectangular Cartesian Coordinate system.  Distance formula.  Equation of a line in various forms.  Angle between two lines.  Distance of a point from a line.  Equation of a circle in standard and in general form.  Standard forms of parabola, ellipse and hyperbola.  Eccentricity and axis of a conic.
Point in a three dimensional space, distance between two points.  Direction Cosines and direction ratios.  Equation of a plane and a line in various forms.  Angle between two lines and angle between two planes.  Equation of a sphere.

5.  Differential Calculus:
Concept of a real valued function – domain, range and graph of a function.  Composite functions, one to one, onto and inverse functions.  Notion of limit, Standard limits – examples.  Continuity of functions – examples, algebraic operations on continuous functions.  Derivative of a function at a point, geometrical and physical interpreatation of a derivative – applications.  Derivatives of sum, product and quotient of functions, derivative of a function with respect of another function, derivative of a composite function.  Second order derivatives.  Increasing and decreasing functions.  Application of derivatives in problems of maxima and minima.

6.  Integral Calculus and Differential equations:
Integration as inverse of differentiation, integration by substitution and by parts, standard integrals involving algebraic expressions, trigonometric, exponential and hyperbolic functions.  Evaluation of definite integrals – determination of areas of plane regions bounded by curves – applications. Definition of order and degree of a differential equation, formation of a differential equation by examples.  General and particular solution of a differential equation, solution of first order and first degree differential equations of various types – examples.  Application in problems of growth and decay.

7.  Vector Algebra :_
Vectors in two and three dimensions, magnitude and direction of a vector.  Unit and null vectors, addition of vectors, scalar multiplication of vector, scalar product or dot product of two-vectors.  Vector product and cross product of two vectors.  Applications-work done by a force and moment of a force, and in geometrical problems.

8.  Statistics and Probability :-
Statistics:  Classification of data, Frequency distribution, cumulative frequency distribution – examples Graphical representation – Histogram, Pie Chart, Frequency Polygon – examples.  Measures of Central tendency – mean, median and mode.  Variance and standard deviation – determination and comparison.  Correlation and regression.
Probability : Random experiment, outcomes and associated sample space, events, mutually exclusive and exhaustive events, impossible and certain events.  Union and Intersection of events.  Complementary, elementary and composite events.  Definition of probability – classical and statistical – examples.  Elementary theorems on probability – simple problems.  Conditional probability, Bayes’ theorem – simple problems.  Random variable as function on a sample space.  Binomial distribution, examples of random experiments giving rise to Binominal distribution.

Paper-II  – General Ability Test  
(Maximum Marks-600)

Part ‘A’ – ENGLISH (Maximum Marks 200). The question paper in English will be designed to test the candidate’s understanding of English and workman like use of words. The syllabus covers various aspects like : Grammar and usage, vocabulary, comprehension and cohesion in extended text to test the candidate’s proficiency in English.

 Part ‘B’ – GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

HOW TO APPLY

Interested and eligible Candidates can apply for UPSC NDA & NA Examination 2016 from the official site www.upsc.gov.in .   Below we have provided the pdf of past year question papers .  Candidates can download them and start their preparation for exam.

Click Here For NDA & NA Past Qestion Papers General Ability Test

Click Here For NDA & NA Past Question Papers Mathematics

Keep visiting our site regularly for more updates.

UP Board Exam Date Past Papers High School Intermidiate 2017 – How to Prepare

UP Board was set up in the year 1921 at Allahabad by an act of United Provinces Legislative Council. It conducted its first examination in 1923. This Board is one in India which, from the very start, had adopted 10+2 system of examination. The first public examination after 10 years education is High School Examination and after the 10+2 stage, there is Intermediate Examination. Prior to 1923, University of Allahabad was the examining body of these two examinations.  At present the Board is the biggest examining body in the World.  In view of the ever multiplying load of work in successive years, the Board had been experiencing considerable difficulty in controlling and conducting its activities centrally from Allahabad. As such four Regional Offices of the Board were established at Meerut(1973), Varanasi(1978), Bareilly(1981) and Allahabad(1987) under the control of Regional Secretaries; the head office still being at Allahabad with Secretary as the over all executive head. Now Regional Office at Ramnagar (Nainital) has been separated from U. P. Board due to the creation of Uttaranchal as a new state w.e.f. 08-11-2000. Presently , the Board is holding the examinations and preparing the results of nearly 32 lakh students.       In Uttar Pradesh a few secondary schools are being governed by the Indian Council of School Education ( I.C.S.E. ) and Central Board of Secondary Education (C.B.S.E. ), but most of the Secondary schools seek recognition of the U.P. Board. At present there are 9121 secondary schools recognized by the U.P. Board of High School and Intermediate Education.

Details of UP Board Exam Date Past Papers High School Intermediate 2016

Uttar Pradesh Board will conduct 10th and 12th Examination for all streams like Arts, Science and Commerce in the month of February/March 2016.  Lacs of Students are going to appear for this examination.  The exam will be held at different examination centres allotted by School.  In this article we are providing the time table of the exams and other details.

UP Board Class 10th Schedule 2016
Date Day Timing : 7:30 to 10:45 a.m. Timing – 02:00 to 05:15 p.m.
Subject Subject
18 Feb 2016 Thursday                        Hindi                         –
19 Feb 2016 Friday                  Music – In Written                         –
20 Feb 2016 Saturday                 Commercial Education                         –
23 Feb 2016 Tuesday    Mathematics, Primary Mathematics,
Home Science (Only For Girls)
                        –
24 Feb 2016 Wednesday                    Vocal Music                          –
25 Feb 2016 Thursday                     Computer                          –
26 Feb 2016 Friday                     Science                          –
27 Feb 2016 Saturday                    Sculpting                          –
29 Feb 2016 Monday    Gujarati, Urdu, Punjabi, Bengali, Marathi,
Assamese, Oriya, Kannada, Kashmiri, Sindhi,
Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Nepali.
                         –
1 Mar 2016 Tuesday                      English                           –
2 Mar 2016 Wednesday                   Human Science                           –
3 Mar 2016 Thursday             Sanskrit, Arbi, Pali, Persian                       Sewing
4 Mar 2016 Friday        Home Science (Only For Boys and Girls
who did not make it compulsory)
                   Agriculture
5 Mar 2016 Saturday                  Drawing and Painting
9 Mar 2016 Wednesday                  Social Science                            –

 

UP Board 12th Exam Date Sheet 2016
Date Day Subject Subject
18 Feb 2016 Thursday Military Science-I                   Hindi- I, General Hindi-I
19 Feb 2016 Friday Home Science-I                  Pali, Arabic, Persian -I
20 Feb 2016 Saturday Economics -I, Economics and Commercial Geography- I (Economics)                  Hindi- II, General Hindi-II
23 Feb 2016 Tuesday Vocal Music, Instrumental Music & Dance Arts – I             Psychology, Educational and Logical Science – I
24 Feb 2016 Wednesday Economics -II, Economics and Commercial Geography- II (Economics)             Physics – I, Business Organization and Communication – I
25 Feb 2016 Thursday Agricultural Crop science – II, Drawing – I             Psychology, Educational and Logical Science -II
26 Feb 2016 Friday Painting (Drafting), Painting (Technical) -I, Sculpting – I             Physics – II, Business Organization and Communication – II
27 Feb 2016 Saturday Agricultural Botany – II (Agriculture Part – I), History – I ( Crop science – Only for Vocational Part- I )           Wood crafts, Crafts book and Sewing – I, General Basic Subject -I
29 Feb 2016 Monday Military Science-II             Chemistry – I, Ledger Account and Accountancy – I
1 Mar 2016 Tuesday Agricultural Physics and Climate – III ( (agriculture for part -I ), Social Science – I           Wood crafts, Crafts book and Sewing – II, General Basic Subject -II
2 Mar 2016 Wednesday Vocal music, Instrumental Music & Dance Arts – II           Chemistry – II, Ledger Account and Accountancy – II
3 Mar 2016 Thursday Human Science-I, Agricultural Engineering – IV (Agriculture Part- I )           Biology – I, Industrial Organization – I
4 Mar 2016 Friday Urdu – I , Gujarati, Punjabi, Bangla, Marathi, Assami, Odia, Kannada, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Nepali           Agriculture Animal Science -VIII, (Agriculture Part – 2 )
5 Mar 2016 Saturday Drawing -II, Sculpture – II            Biology – II, Industrial Organization – II
9 Mar 2016 Wednesday Human Science-II           Adikoshn element – I
10 Mar 2016 Thursday Home Science- II, Agricultural Mathematics and Primary Statistics- V           Mathematics- I, Maths and Primary Statistics- I
11 Mar 2016 Friday History- II, Crop Science- II, Commercial – I           Adikoshn element – II
12 Mar 2016 Saturday Sanskrit- I            Mathematics- II, Maths and Primary Statistics- II
14 Mar 2016 Monday Civics- I Principle of Insurance and Behavior- I, Fruit and Food Preservation, Culinary Arts, Apparel Design and Decor, Washing and dyeing, Banking and Confectionery, Textile Design, Techniques of Knitting, Training of Primary Education and Infant Management, Library Science, Multipurpose Health Workers (Including Medical Laboratory Technology), Color Photography, Radio and color Television, Automobiles, Beekeeping, Dairy Technology, Sericulture, Seed Production Technology, Crop Protection Service, Nursery, Accountancy and Audit, Banking, Shorthand and Typing, Marketing Salesmanship, Secretarial Method, Cooperation, Hindi and English Typing, Printing, Embroidery, Hand Block Painting and Vegetable Drawing, Metal Craft, Computer Technology and Maintenance, Repair and maintenance of household electrical appliances- I. (There was only for vocational education Part- I)
15 Mar 2016 Tuesday Sociology- II                             English- I
16 Mar 2016 Wednesday Civics- II Computer- I, Principle of Insurance and Behavior- I, Fruit and Food Preservation, Culinary Arts, Apparel Design and Decor, Washing and dyeing, Banking and Confectionery, Textile Design, Techniques of Knitting, Training of Primary Education and Infant Management, Library Science, Multipurpose Health Workers (Including Medical Laboratory Technology), Color Photography, Radio and color Television, Automobiles, Beekeeping, Dairy Technology, Sericulture, Seed Production Technology, Crop Protection Service, Nursery, Accountancy and Audit, Banking, Shorthand and Typing, Marketing Salesmanship, Secretarial Method, Cooperation, Hindi and English Typing, Printing, Embroidery, Hand Block Painting and Vegetable Drawing, Metal Craft, Computer Technology and Maintenance, Repair and maintenance of household electrical appliances- II. (There was only for vocational education Part- I)
17 Mar 2016 Thursday Geography- I                                 English- II
18 Mar 2016 Friday Urdu- II, Agriculture Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science- IX ( Only for Agriculture-II) Culinary Arts, Apparel Design and Decor, Washing and dyeing, Banking and Confectionery, Textile Design, Techniques of Knitting, Training of Primary Education and Infant Management, Library Science, Multipurpose Health Workers (Including Medical Laboratory Technology), Color Photography, Radio and color Television, Automobiles, Beekeeping, Dairy Technology, Sericulture, Seed Production Technology, Crop Protection Service, Nursery, Accountancy and Audit, Banking, Shorthand and Typing, Marketing Salesmanship, Secretarial Method, Cooperation, Hindi and English Typing, Printing, Embroidery, Hand Block Painting and Vegetable Drawing, Metal Craft, Computer Technology and Maintenance, Repair and maintenance of household electrical appliances- III. (There was only for vocational education class- I)
19 Mar 2016 Saturday Sanskrit- II Science of Agricultural Chemistry- X (Only for Agriculture- II), Computer- II, Culinary Arts, Apparel Design and Decor, Washing and dyeing, Banking and Confectionery, Textile Design, Techniques of Knitting, Training of Primary Education and Infant Management, Library Science, Multipurpose Health Workers (Including Medical Laboratory Technology), Color Photography, Radio and color Television, Automobiles, Beekeeping, Dairy Technology, Sericulture, Seed Production Technology, Crop Protection Service, Nursery, Accountancy and Audit, Banking, Shorthand and Typing, Marketing Salesmanship, Secretarial Method, Cooperation, Hindi and English Typing, Printing, Embroidery, Hand Block Painting and Vegetable Drawing, Metal Craft, Computer Tecnology and Maintenance, Repair and maintenance of household electrical appliances- IV. (There was only for vocational education Part- I)
21 Mar 2016 Monday Geography- II Culinary Arts, Apparel Design and Decor, Washing and dyeing, Banking and Confectionery, Textile Design, Techniques of Knitting, Training of Primary Education and Infant Management, Library Science, Multipurpose Health Workers (Including Medical Laboratory Technology), Color Photography, Radio and color Television, Automobiles, Beekeeping, Dairy Technology, Sericulture, Seed Production Technology, Crop Protection Service, Nursery, Accountancy and Audit, Banking, Shorthand and Typing, Marketing Salesmanship, Secretarial Method, Cooperation, Hindi and English Typing, Printing, Embroidery, Hand Block Painting and Vegetable Drawing, Metal Craft, Computer Technology and Maintenance, Repair and maintenance of household electrical appliances- V. (There was only for vocational education Part- I)

UP Board 12th Exam Date Sheet 2016 in Hindi

HOW TO PREPARE FOR UP BOARD CLASS 10th  & 12th EXAMS 2016

All those students who are going to appear in UP Board class 10th and 12th examination can download the past year papers from the official site www.upmsp.nic.in .  With the help of these past papers students can have an idea about the exam pattern.  Students can prepare for their exams with the help of these past papers.  In the market also there are many books available for exam preparation.  They can purchase these books for exam preparation.

Tips to prepare :

Know the syllabus clearly : Follow your class lessons properly to cover your syllabus in a systematic manner. revise whatever is taught in the class, as the topics will be still fresh in mind. In case of confusion, clarify with your teacher the next day.

Solve questions  : Try and solve the questions at the end of each topic and also the last ten years’ papers.

Highlight important points  :  Highlight important points and formulae on textbooks and reference books to locate them easily. Revise the points as and when you get time.

Revise Well  :  Revise what you have studied and glance at important notes and formulae. Make note of important formulae and keep them handy so that you can take a look at them as an when you want. Make a weekly revision plan once you have completed the entire syllabus. 

Increase your speed  :  Speed and accuracy in solving different problems can be acquired through in-depth study of the subject and extensive practice.

Subjects wise Preparation :

Physics  :  Use the formulae and theorems extensively in solving various problems from last years’ papers and model papers.

Chemistry  :  Study the name reactions; make charts of formulae along with names and revise them as and when possible.

Biology  :  Give special attention to important diagrams and their theory. Make sure you remember the important terms and their respective functions.  Get thorough with the important definitions as the subject is mostly theory.

Mathematics  : 

  1.  Practice a lot to acquire both speed and accuracy, as it is the one and only trick to attain a high score in the subject.
  2. Jot down important formulae and tables that you need to memorise. Keep them handy so that you can glance at them whenever you want.
  3. Practice common square root and cube root problems so that you can quickly solve the questions during the exam.

History  :  This subject contains facts as recorded by historians. So, the only mantra is to read, memorise and remember important events, names, periods and dates of different historical occurrences.

Geography  :  Practice map-pointing a lot.  Problems on latitude and longitude, among others, are quite high-scoring. Practice extensively to master them.

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CISCE 10th class Guess & sample Paper 2017 www.cisce.org

Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (abbreviated as CISCE) was established in 1958 by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate with the assistance of the Inter-State for Anglo-Indian Education. It is registered under the Societies Registration Act No. XXI of 1860.  The Council has been so constituted as to secure suitable representation of: Government of India, State Governments/Union Territories in which there are Schools affiliated to the Council, the Inter-State Board for Anglo-Indian Education, the Association of Indian Universities, the Association of Heads of Anglo-Indian Schools, the Indian Public Schools’ Conference, the Association of Schools for the ISC Examination and members co-opted by the Executive Committee of the Council. The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) conducts three examinations every year respectively namely, the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE –Class X); The Indian School Certificate (ISC – ClassXII) and the Certificate in Vocational Education (CVE – Year 12). The subject choices and syllabuses prescribed for these examinations are varied and aimed at nurturing the unique gifts of individual pupils.  The Council also conducts, the Frank Anthony Memorial All-India Inter-School Debate and the Albert Barrow Memorial All-India Inter-School Creative Writing competitions, thereby underpinning the critical importance of creativity and the ability to articulate one’s thoughts in writing and speech in school education.  There are over 2,000 schools across the country affiliated to CISCE and ISCE. Lakhs of students are getting quality education in them. The Syllabi of CISCE affiliated schools are considered tougher than those of other Boards’ affiliated schools.

Official Site :

The official site of Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations is www.cisce.org .  All the details of Council is available in this site.

Academic Year :

Schools affiliated to the Council required to begin the academic year between the middle of March and the first week of June, each year.

Minimum Attendance Requirement :-

Candidates whose attendance is below 75% of the working days are ordinarily not eligible to sit for the examination. However, the Chief Executive and Secretary has the authority to condone the shortage of attendance in the case of candidates whose minimum attendance is not less than 60% of the working days in each year of the two year course. This is inclusive of absence due to illness and other special circumstances.

Age Limit :

There is no age limit for candidates taking the examination.

Passing Marks :

The pass marks for each subject is 35%.

Date of examination :

The printed timetable will be made available to all schools well before the examination.

Centres of examination :

Centres for each town or area will be arranged by Heads of Schools concerned in consultation with the office of the Council.

Registration of Candidates :

Candidates must be registered online in Class IX, for the ICSE Examination. Registrations received after the due date will not be accepted.

Correction of Entries :

Schools will be able to view online, the entries of candidates registered from their school in Class IX. Requests for corrections, if required, can be submitted online, along with supporting documents, which need to be uploaded and submitted to the Council.

Confirmation of Entries :

Schools, after viewing the entries of candidates (who will be taking the Class X Examination) of their school, are required to confirm online that the entries are correct. This needs to be done by the month of October.

Transfers of Examination Centre :

The transfer of a candidate from a centre in one town to a centre in another town will be allowed only within the same examination and for reasons accepted as adequate and on payment of a special charge. An additional charge may be made if it is necessary to send copies of question papers by air to the centre of transfer. Applications, naming the town to which a transfer is desired, should reach the Council’s office at least two months before the commencement of the examination but not later than 15 th December.

Name/s and date of Birth :

Special attention must be paid to entering correctly the name/s of candidates and their mother’s, father’s and/or guardian’s names. Attention also needs to be paid to entering the correct date of birth of candidates. The Certificate will show the Name/s and ‘Date of Birth’ as certified by the Head of the School at the time of entry.

Power to alter, cancel results, certificates, etc :

The Chief Executive and Secretary of the Council s h all have the power to alter or cancel the results of a candidate after it has been declared, if

(i)   the candidate is found guilty of having used unfair means.

(ii)   a mistake is found in his/her result.

(iii)  it is observed that an attempt has been made to alter the marks of a candidate by either tampering              with the script or any other means.

Examination Charges :

The scale of charges will be notified separately. Examination Charges are to be paid online by schools. Payment should be made at the time of submitting the Correction of Entries. Candidates will be required to pay for Migration Certificates.

Refunds :

Examination charges are not refundable.

Time allowance for Question Papers :

Any time specially allocated for reading through question papers will be stated on the question papers.

Materials to be provided for by candidates :

Candidates must provide themselves with pencils, erasers, mathematical instruments and art materials. They are required to write their answers with black ink pens. Fountain pens and ballpoint pens may be used, but pencils and other relevant documents from the school / candidates may be used only for diagrams. The use of slide rules is permitted in science subjects, but candidates using them should state this on their answer scripts and should be warned of the possible loss of accuracy involved.  The use of any electronic device/s, during any Examination of the Council is prohibited.

Exam Pattern for ISCE 10th Class :

The board conducts all School Level Examination for all subjects like English, Hindi, History, Civics & Geography, Economics, Art, Mathematics, Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology), Environmental Science,, Computer Science, Commercial Studies, A Modern Language, A Classical Language and Indian Language etc. The exam will be shift wise i.e 9.00 A.M. and 11.00 A.M. Every exam has different timing. The time duration is 2 Hrs, for Maths the time duration will be 2 and a half hours and for Hindi, Art Paper, Modern Foreign Language and Group III Elective paper the time duration will be 3 Hrs.

Exam Syllabus :

English

Second Language – Indian Languages (1)

Second Language – Sanskrit

MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES SYLLABUS

French

German

Spanish

History

Geography

MATHS

Physics

Chemistry

Biology

Economics

Commercial Studies

Modern Foreign Language – Grp 2

Classical Language

Environmental Science

Computer Application

 Art

Performing Arts

Home Science

Cookery

Fashion Designing

Physical Education

Yoga

Technical Drawing Applications

Environmental Applications final

Modern Foreign Language – Grp 3

SUPW and Community Service

ICSE Sample Question Papers for class Xth :

Sample Papers  help students to gain confidence and make them ready to face their school examinations. These Sample Papers cover Exam Pattern.  It helps the students to Understand the Marking Scheme.  We have given the sample papers of all subjects below.  Students can take the help of these specimen question papers and start their preparation for the exam.

English Language (English Paper – 1)

Literature in English (English Paper – 2)

Hindi

Sanskrit

French (Group 1)

German (Group 1)

Spanish (Group 1)

History_Civics(HCG Paper-1)-2014

Geography (HCG Paper – 2)

Mathematics

Physics (Science Paper – 1)

Chemistry (Science Paper 2)

Biology (Science Paper 3)

Economics

Commercial Studies

Environmental Science

Art Paper 1

Art Paper 2

Art Paper 3

Art Paper 4

Technical Drawing Applications

Home Science (Revised)

Cookery

Fashion Designing

Physical Education

Yoga

Computer Applications

Economic Applications

Commercial Applications

Environmental Applications

Time Table class Xth 2016 :-

The CISCE Board Council has released the ICSE clas   Xth Time table for 2016.  The exam will start from 29th February 2016 and will continue till 31st March 2016.  The students can prepare themselves according to the Time Table.Below we have provided the Pdf  of Time Table for easy access to the students.

TIME TABLE Class Xth 2016

Admit Cards :

The Admit card will be available before two or three weeks before  the examThe candidates can download their Admit cards from the official site if CISCE.   Sometimes the Board also provide students admit card or hall ticket in respective school.

Result :

The Result is declared by the Council in the month of May.  The students are informed about the result  in news channels and many news papers also.  The students can check their results from the official site of CISCE by entering their Roll numbers and other details.   The result will appears on the screen.  The students can take a print copy of this result.

For any queries related to ISCE class Xth syllabus, time table, Admit cards or more, the students can send their comments at the drop box provided below.  We will sought out your queries.  Keep visiting our site regularly.