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Important Advisories for the Candidates of JEE (Main) April 2019 Examination reg.

Dear Candidate,



We hope you are now fully prepared to appear for the JEE(Main)-2019 Examination on the date, shift, Course and venue of Test Centre as indicated on your Admit Card downloaded from NTA’s website. We wish you the very best and Good Luck.



We wish to inform you that to ensure strict confidentiality, integrity and fairness in the examination. No Candidate should adopt any unfair means, or indulge in any unfair examination practices as the examination centres are under surveillance of CCTV and equipped with Jammers.



1. Please download your Admit Card from the NTA’s website http://www.jeemain.nic.in.



2. Please check following as indicated on the Admit Card:



§ Reporting Time at Centre



§ Gate Closing time of Centre



§ Date of Examination



§ Shift and Timings of Test



§ Venue of Test



3. You should visit the Examination Centre, a day before the examination and familiarize yourself with the location and means of reaching at venue of the Test on time.



4. Please reach the venue of the Test before the Reporting Time mentioned in the Admit Card. If you report beyond the Gate Closing time of Centre, you will not be allowed to enter the Test venue. Instructions have been issued for stric



5. You should carry with you only following items :



Ø Admit Card downloaded from the NTA Website (a clear preferably colour printout on A4 size paper).



Ø One Passport size photograph (same as uploaded with the Online Application Form) to be pasted on the Attendance Sheet at the Centre.



A valid Photo ID Proof in ORIGINAL (PAN card/ Driving License/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Aadhaar Card (With photograph)/ E- Aadhaar/ etc.). Please note that ID Cards issued by Schools/ Colleges/ Universities/ Coaching Centres, AADHAR enrollment receipt without AADHAR NUMBER and PHOTOCOPIES OR Images Stored in mobile phones etc will NOT be accepted(Note: No Candidate would be allowed to enter the Examination Centre, without identity verification).



Ø PwD certificate issued by the Competent Authority, if claiming the relaxation under PwD category. Candidates with Physical Disability are requested to report early for facilitation during entry.



6. Candidates are NOT allowed to carry Instrument/ Geometry/ Pencil box, Handbag, Purse, any kind of Paper/ Stationery/ Textual material (printed or written material), Eatables and Water (loose or packed), Mobile Phone/ Ear Phone/ Microphone/ Pager, Calculator, DocuPen, Slide Rules, Log Tables, Camera, Tape Recorder, to wear/carry any type of watch including Electronic Watches with facilities of calculator, any metallic item or electronic gadgets/ devices in the Examination Hall/Room There may not be any provision for safe keeping of valuables at the Centre. However, for Paper-II, the Candidates will carry Geometry Box Set, Pencils, Erasers and Colour Pencils or Crayons. The Candidates are not allowed to use water colour on Drawing Sheets.



7. Diabetic students will be allowed to carry eatables like sugar tablets/fruits (like banana/apple/ orange) and transparent water bottle to the Examination Hall/Room. However, they will not be allowed to carry packed foods like chocolates/candy/sandwich etc.



8. Pen and blank paper sheets for rough work will be provided in the examination Hall/Room. Candidates must write their name and Roll Number at the top of the sheet, and must return the sheets and Admit Card to the Invigilator, before leaving the examination Hall/Room.



9. Candidate may also note that the Examination will be computer based and hence they should familiarize themselves in case they have not done so already, through the Mock Test available at http://www.nta.ac.in.



10.Candidate should also go through all Instructions given in the Admit Card and the Information Bulletin.



Looking forward to your kind co-operation.



With best wishes JEE UNIT National Testing Agency



 


Admin

Posted on 2019-04-03 10:50:03

JEE Main 2019 (April Attempt)- Admit card released at jeemain.nic.in: Things you need to carry at the exam hall

The National Testing Agency or NTA has released the hall ticket/admit card for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main Exam 2019 on its official website – www.jeemain.nic.in.



The paper-I for admission to B. Arch program is scheduled to be held on 7th April and paper-II for entrance to B.Tech or B.E courses will be held on 8th, 9th, 10th and 12th, April 2019. The exam will be of three-hour duration and will be carried out online in 2 shifts. The morning shift will commence at 9:30 am while the afternoon shift will begin at 2:30 pm.



Important things to check on the JEE Main admit card



Students must carefully check the following things on the admit card- Date of exam, time, shift, exam centre, name, date of birth, centre code, state code of eligibility & category etc in the JEE 2019 hall ticket. In anything is mentioned wrong and incorrect then the candidates may face difficulty at the time of checking, and they may not be allowed to appear for the examination. Hence it is better to check everything very cautiously.



In case of any discrepancy, you must immediately contact the NTA for necessary action.



JEE Main admit card 2019: Steps to download



1st Step: Visit the official website – www.jeemain.nic.in



2nd Step: At the homepage, you need to click on the link that says ‘JEE Main April 2019 admit card’



3rd Step: Then you will be redirected to a fresh page. The page will have two options – Through Application Number & Password or Through Application Number & Date of Birth.



4th Step: Select any of the two options as per your convenience and fill the details. Then click on login.



5th Step: The admit card will be displayed on the screen.



6th Step: Finally click on the download option.



Direct Link to download the JEE Main 2019 Admit Card



https://jeemain.nic.in/jeemainapp/loginoption.htm



As per the official notification, students should take a print out on an A4 sized sheet only and bring it to the exam centre without fail or else entry will not be granted to them.



In case any candidate is not able to download his or her e-Admit card/hall ticket then he or she may write a letter telling about their problem at jeemain-nta@gov.in. The applicants must note that no Admit Card will be sent via post.



Candidates belonging to the PwD category should carry a certificate issued by the competent authority, else they will not be eligible for the relaxation provided under the category. However, they will be allowed to appear for the JEE Main, considering they have all other required documents.



 


Admin

Posted on 2019-03-27 03:14:32

JEE Advanced 2019: Registration from May 3, Check Important Dates

After shifting the exam date of JEE Advanced 2019 from May 19 to May 27 due to the last phase of Lok Sabha Elections, the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee has released the complete schedule for the exam. The schedule has been prepared in accordance with the JEE Main Result 2019 for both phases i.e., January and April. There will be two papers for JEE Advanced 2019 based on three subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Candidates must score qualifying marks in JEE Main 2019 Paper 1 to be among the top 2,24,000 eligible for JEE Advanced 2019. JEE Advanced 2019 appearing candidates will have to appear for both Papers 1, 2 to qualify and be eligible for admissions to IITs. The exam will be conducted in fully computer-based test mode like the last year.



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Admin

Posted on 2019-03-27 10:55:17

BASE student is Karnataka topper in INMO (Maths Olympiad)

Bangalore, March 20th, 2019: BASE always encourages its students to learn with diligence, strive for excellence and to come out with flying colors in the national level exams. In keeping with this tradition of BASE, Sashank K J, a student of BASE successfully cleared the prestigious Indian National Mathematical Olympiad (INMO) exam held in January 2019. He is the only student from Karnataka to have cleared the exam in 12th standard and is one among the 7 students of 12th standard across India to have cleared INMO. A student of Foundation Science and Technology (FSnT) programme of BASE since ninth standard, Sashank has also cleared KVPY SX Aptitude test (Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana) and has also scored a whopping 99.96 percentile in JEE Mains in the January 2019 attempt.



The Indian Mathematical Olympiad Programme in India, which leads to participation of Indian students in the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) is organized by the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE)  across 25 regions in India on behalf of the National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM) of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India. This programme is one of the major initiatives undertaken by the NBHM. Its main purpose is to spot Mathematical talent among pre-university students in the country. The Mathematical Olympiad programme consists of six stages. Its starts with Stage-1 Pre-Regional Mathematical Olympiad and culminates with Stage-6, International Olympiad.



Speaking on his recent achievement, Sashank K J said: I was into Math Olympiad from a long time and practicing previous years’ problems really helped. Whenever I found interesting problems, I never stopped solving them. BASE teachers always supported me in my Math journey and various books also helped me crack INMO. It is a really nice experience to be among the Top 7 in the country in 12th standard.



Congratulating the student on his recent success, Mr. Suryaprakash Jayaramu, Associate Vice President, BASE Educational Services, said: “It is a matter of extreme pride for us that our student has cleared the Indian National Mathematical Olympiad exam. Excellent guidance from our faculty and the hard work and dedication of the student has been responsible for the wonderful result. His achievement becomes even more special as he is the only student from Karnataka, is one among only 7 across India to have cleared the prestigious exam in 12th std. This result will inspire and motivate other students to achieve such laurels in the future. Competitive exam period is a very crucial time to determine a student’s future and hence participating in such exams often helps them in polishing their skills.  Acknowledgement from such bodies will not only encourage students to understand their capabilities in Mathematics at a young age but will also contribute to the Mathematical pool of the country.”



 


Admin

Posted on 2019-03-25 10:32:44

BASE helps two economically weaker students shine in the JEE 2019 exams

Overall 34 students from BASE score more than 99 percentile



Bangalore, January  2019 : Keeping up with the tradition of BASE of giving out the best result each year and helping the young minds reach their desired goals, 34 students from the institute scored more than 99 percentile in their first attempt of JEE Main 2019, the results of which were announced recently. Sundararajan Srinivasan, Sashank K J and Chetan Reddy N were the top three students who secured 99.977, 99.961 and 99.929 respectively. Among the toppers were two students hailing from small villages of Karnataka, M Sudeep Gowda and Niranjan M Hegde who scored 99.88% and 99.70% percentile to secure their dreams of studying in top educational institutes in India.



M Sudeep Gowda, hailing from Honchanhalli, is a son of a farmer and had dreams of becoming an IITian since he first learnt about it in class 6th.  With an aim to learn more about the exam and its pattern, he joined the TAPAS program which is a free residential program jointly initiated by Rashtrotthana Parishat and BASE in 2012. The course aims to provided free PU education and IIT entrance training to all its selected students belonging to the economically weaker sections of the society such as children of daily wage earner, cobbler, auto driver, house maid etc. In initial days, Sudeep faced a number of challenges due to sudden change in the level of content and course. However, proper mentorship from BASE and Rashtrotthana teachers helped him strategically cope up with the course and adopt advanced learning techniques.



Elated with his recent success, M Sudeep Gowda said: “Regular practice of worksheets, periodical tests and guidance from teachers helped me in overcoming the exam fear and evaluate my mistakes. I adopted several practices such as keeping myself up to-date with the subject taught in class and getting my doubts clarified on the same day, which helped me understand the concepts better.  All of these practices ensured that I fare well in the exam. I am now focusing on preparing harder and better my result in the second attempt”.



Niranjan Mahabaleshwara Hegde, who comes from a Lakkisarale a small village near Siddapura in Uttara Kannada district said: “I was determined to academically excel within two months and adopted a strict timetable to get acclimatized to the higher level content. This helped in performing well in the mock tests and further guidance from my teachers helped me in improving my performance. BASE helped us to grow academically, people from Rashthrotthana cared for our physical and mental health and made sure we were in good shape.I used to study 3 to 4 hours a day and used to revise and summarize the lessons taught on a daily basis. Yoga and prayer was part of daily routine which helped us in maintaining calm during the exam. By the time IIT Main exam were near I had gained enough confidence and hence could do well in the exam. I am happy with the score I have got, but I aspire to do better in the next mains and the subsequent advanced test. I wish to work hard and bring laurels to my teachers and parents.



Congratulating the students, P. Srinivasa Sastry Head (IIT-JEE Achiever Program) BASE Educational Services Pvt Ltd, said: “Thanks to our esteemed faculty and our academic planning. Which made this astounding success possible. I congratulate all those who aced up in the exam. We are also expecting a larger number of our students excel well in the forthcoming JEE Main exam which will be conducted in April 2019”.



About BASE: BASE Educational Services Pvt Ltd Is a 27 year old organization based in Bengaluru. BASE has pioneered training for IIT-JEE in Karnataka. Today BASE has 10 Centers in Bengaluru and also has its presence in Mysore, Hubballi ,Tumkur& Udupi. It’s the most sought after Institution by students and parents for IIT,NEET,CET training. BASE also supports students for KVPY, Olympiads and NTSE. BASE offers a Foundation programme in Science and Technology (FSnT) for students in class 8 - 10. In 2015 BASE entered into a strategic Academic alliance with Resonance Eduventures Ltd , Kota , a reputed national level institute for IIT and NEET.



 



 


Admin

Posted on 2019-01-31 03:23:15

Need to strike a balance while preparing for both board and competitive exams

Being a class 12 student in India comes along with great academic pressure. This is mostly because a student’s career and bright possibility in future depend on his or her individual skill to overcome the conjoined challenge of the board examinations along with several competitive exams. The students not only have to prepare for both simultaneously but also have to ensure that they score well in both as mark sheets of both these exams determine how secure and successful a life they would live in years to come.



Juggling between board and competitive exams is not an easy task and the difficulty level of the two sets of exams varies. There is a need to balance preparation for both and handle the pressure and anxiety that students experience from them. While board exam papers are set keeping in mind the ability of an average student, entrance exams offer more complex questions and are way ahead in terms of question paper standard. These exams test logic, aptitude and reasoning ability of the students, and inculcate a competitive spirit among them to get into top colleges across the country.



Usually, the board exams start in the month of March, while competitive exams begin a month later giving students a leeway to plan their strategy and perform well in both. However, this year competitive exams such as IIT –JEE will be happening twice a year. The first attempt for IIT-JEE will begin from January 9 onwards. Following this, along with board exams, the students will be burdened with 18 other competitive exams like NEET, Comedk and AIIMS. This can put them under immense stress. 



With exam season fast approaching and less time in hand, the key to achieve one’s goal and fulfil the dream of getting admission to a desirable college will depend on how efficiently the students balance their time and tackle stress while preparing for both the competitive and board exams together.



Students can adopt the following steps to take a balanced approach which will assist them in boosting their performance and ensure that they come out with flying colours in the examinations.



Go by the timetable and a systematic revision plan:  It is necessary for students to follow a scheduled time table and a revision plan at this hour. A systematic revision plan enhances clarity both concept wise as well as course wise. Furthermore, it also allows them to keep a track of their performance. The timetable and revision plan should be devised in a way that the course for both competitive exams and the board exams is covered with equal focus on both the conceptual and theoretical topics. An ample amount of time should be dedicated in practising and revising the weaker subjects and basic concepts as students often make big mistakes while attempting the basic questions during competitive exams.  It is also essential for students to not make any drastic changes in their time table and limit the time they dedicate for leisure and other activities at this time in order to channelize their complete energy on preparations. 



Opt for mock tests for better preparation



Though the syllabus of board exams and competitive exams are broadly similar, the examination pattern is different. Board exams follow the traditional practice of blending questions of short and long answers, while the focus in entrance exams is on multiple choice questions. Thereby, it is important for candidates to practice mock test papers of every subject for both the exams on a regular basis. The preparation can also include solving/answering previous years’ question papers. To be able to do this well, students have to be regular to class and follow a proper time table. Mock tests enable students to differentiate between basics and higher level questions of a subject. This helps them face the board exams where basics are crucial, and the competitive tests, where complex questions are vital. Students should get used to this difference by taking up mock tests frequently.



Correlate topics of board and entrance exams



Students can also try to correlate topics of both the board and entrance exams. This could make problem-solving easier and result in positive outcomes from both the exams. In case a topic you are studying at college is similar to the one at your coaching institute, try to complete studying this topic as fast as possible so that you can concentrate on other topics. 



Make your exams stress free



An array of exams is bound to have a psychological effect on students. This gives rise to stress, anxiety, fear and restlessness leading to decrease in concentration and overall efficiency of the students. It is advisable for them to maintain calm as there is no point in panicking and studying for 8-10 long hours, when one cannot retain the concepts that can be grasped in just two hours. It is essential to follow a good sleep pattern of at least four to six hours and maintain physical health by participating in activities such as yoga and meditation. A good physical and psychological balance help in boosting their overall performance. 


Admin

Posted on 2019-01-19 12:21:52

Early preparation is the key to success in competitive exams 2019 ( JEE Main , NEET )

 



Every year, thousands of students passing out class 12 examinations in India appear for the top competitive examinations such as IIT and NEET to achieve their dream of securing a seat in the top colleges of the country. However, with the number of aspirants increasing every year, only a few students are able to achieve their goal. With the competition getting tougher, students have become more conscious to start their preparations early. 



 Early preparation often benefits students in competitive exams as it not only provides them an ideal time to analyse their abilities but also gives them a better grasp of the concepts. Many students nowadays, are joining coaching centres and are taking various special courses from as early as class 9 which helps them in striking a balance between the competitive exams and school curriculum. Moreover, the concepts and topics introduced in class 9th curriculum form the basics of the stuff which needs to be prepared for the entrance exams conducted after class 12th. Therefore, it is advisable that the initial preparations for the engineering/medical entrance exams should be started from high school.



 

Benefits of early preparation



Starting early ensures better planning: Students in class 9th have less pressure and more time to get acquainted with the pattern of the examinations. Starting early also assists the students in analysing their strengths and weaknesses and accordingly they can balance their time for studying the weaker and stronger subjects. While preparing at the last minute, students often rush to complete the syllabus and are not able to overcome their weakness due to which they lose marks in the exams.



 It also ensures that the students are prepared well in advance for the class 11th examination. Class 11th syllabus often undergoes drastic changes and thus its importance is high as students might face difficulties understanding it at the beginning.



Gives more time to solve mock test paper and get the basics right: Mock tests give an insight to the students on the actual exams. Preparing early ensures that students are able to tackle the pressure situations. Solving mock tests helps the students in building strategies, helps them in better time management, gives more time for performance review and doubt clarification. It also ensures that students acclimatise themselves to the pressured environment.



All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy: Competitive exams usually assess all the knowledge that students have gained in their entire schooling up to 12th standard. This often become too stressful for the students who burn the midnight oil to score well in these exams. However, with more time in hand students do not require to cram their timetable with plenty of subjects and instead can prepare a balanced schedule with enough breaks to refresh their mind.  A healthy body and refreshed mind are the key elements towards achieving a good academic score in the competitive exams and hence play a vital role while preparing for competitive exams.  It also acts as a confidence booster and ensures that the students remain motivated during the course of their preparation.



 Early preparation lays a strong foundation and helps them in building an approach towards scoring well in the competitive exams. Higher grades and ranking in these exams throw open new doors for the students enabling them to crack the top engineering and medical institutions in the country. Competitive exams require a lot of hard work and dedication and thus students should refrain themselves from forcing to start the preparation and instead should have a proper discussion with their parents to analyse their mental ability to handle the pressure.


Admin

Posted on 2018-12-13 04:52:27

Positive Thinking – The vehicle for life’s journey

Our life’s journey is a continuous sequence of hopes. If we are not hopeful of getting up tomorrow, we will not prepare for tomorrow’s breakfast also. For a brighter tomorrow, everyone should think positively. It is good to start with the idea of a purpose in life. If we believe there is a purpose in life, we will take responsibility for it.



One can see life as a glass half-full or half-empty. The one who sees the glass as half-full is an optimist and the one who sees it as half-empty, is a pessimist. Pessimists push themselves into a life of fear, anxiety, despair, ill health, and so on. These people don’t understand that thoughts are not facts. They suffer more because of negative thinking, from imaginary fears which are much worse than the real consequences of any problem. Abraham Lincoln once said that “Most people are as happy as they make up their minds to be.” The following story illustrates this idea.



In a village lived a farmer, who had two rabbits. One day he dug holes and hid two carrots in his field and asked the rabbits to go and get them. The first rabbit dug a couple of holes and couldn’t find it. It said “How many more holes do I have to dig? The field is so big and I’m tired! I guess it is not worth the effort”. Saying this, the rabbit sat down. The second rabbit ran around digging holes and with each empty hole, it told itself- “One less hole to dig which means I’m closer to finding the carrot!” Finally, it got both the carrots. The outlook of a positive thinker is – I shall succeed only if I think I can. It’s all in the mind.



Positive thinking people see disappointments or failures as temporary, while it is not so in negative thinking people. Even when negative thinkers succeed, they do not give adequate credit to themselves. And they never enjoy their success. They never learn. However, when things fail, it is much worse for negative thinkers. They take blame on themselves even for things that they are not responsible for and also situations which are not in their control.



Positive thinking people are generally self-motivated, discuss lot of ideas with family and friends, think of good times. They look at failures as challenging opportunities and learn from them. They understand the importance of their role in doing things. Generally, they are very busy and do not get distracted because they are focused. With each success, they become more positive.



According to research findings, positive thinking people have longer life spans, low stress levels, extremely low chances of depression. They have better health, they exercise, meditate, relax and get ready for new challenges. They think failure is an opportunity to move forward in life.



Positive thinking people believe in the saying – ‘we are what we think’ (yed bhaavam, tad bhavati). In our Indian homes, it is customary that as we leave home, we tell everyone in the family- ‘I will go and come back’. Nobody is supposed to say I am going. This is to ensure a safe and happy return. This is symbolic of positive thinking. Parents advise children to seek the blessings of God and elders before leaving home. This would make us feel confident and positive through the day. On the other hand, if somebody leaves home after quarrelling, arguing, shouting, and screaming, all the good things may be lost and the whole day may be spoiled. This may severely affect human relations at workplace/school and bring down both quality and efficiency of work. Ultimately positive things are lost and negativity dominates.



Once a professor entered a classroom and announced that he would be conducting a surprise test. All the students were shocked but had no choice. The professor handed over the question paper to all. Everyone was surprised to see a blank paper with just three small black dots on it. The professor then asked them to write what they saw on the paper. Everyone wrote that there were three small black dots on the paper. The professor saw the answer scripts and said “Our life is like this paper. We just look at the black dots but forget to see that the entire paper is white”. This is like our losing all the beautiful things around us even with only a few negative thoughts.



Everything we see around, like the chair, the table, the beautiful garden, are initially created in the mind. A positive thought pursued with self-confidence and undistracted efforts is the gateway to success. An example of this is evident in this success story of a boy who was rated useless.



There was a boy who struggled in studies right from kindergarten to class twelve. During the parent-teacher meetings, his parents always had to hear that their son can never graduate in life. Later in life, he not just graduated from a top university but went on to become one the most successful entrepreneurs in his region. After several years, one of his classmates met him and asked him how he became so successful although he struggled so much through his school. He answered “Positive thinking. I always told myself that they were wrong. I told myself everyday exactly what I wanted to hear from others. This made my life move forward successfully.”



One of the takeaways from this story is not to get distracted by what others say about ourselves but listen to the self. After all, no one knows us as much as we know ourselves.



-Dr H S Nagaraj



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