DASA 2016 SAT2 Cutoff for 3rd Round have been declared by DASANIT. Below link has DASA 3rd Round SAT2 Cut-off Scores:
DASA-2016-3rd Round SAT 2 Cut-off-Top15 Colleges
DASA 2016 SAT2 Cutoff for 2nd Round have been declared by DASANIT. Following are my general observations this year:
1) CIWG seats have not seen much change from Round 1
2) Normal seats cut-off also has seen stiff resistance to move down. For some reasons, few Normal seat cut-off have seen upward movement. Below link has DASA 2nd Round SAT2 Cut-off Scores:
DASA-2016-2nd Round SAT 2 Cut-off-Top15 Colleges
Note: For official Cut-off scores for Round 2, please refer to DASANIT website (this website takes no responsibility for accuracy of the data).
DASA 2016 SAT2 Cutoff for Round 1 have been declared by DASANIT. Following are my general observations this year:
1) CIWG seats have seen very high cut-offs. This shows that the Gulf students not only constitute more than 1/3 of overall students but also score more compared to general DASA pool.
2) DASA students have got unusually high SAT2 scores this year (that too without May score coming into play). CIWG seats were expected to finish at 2400 in top colleges, however, NITW- CSE Normal seats also going at 2400 leads me to think that >90 students got score of 2400 (last year the cut-off at NITW-CSE was 2340). Same goes for ECE/Mech/IT seats where the cut-offs are more than last year even for Normal seats.
3) Many lower ranks colleges could only get application for CIWG seats- very smart move by CIWG candidates with low SAT scores. Please check at below link that EEE seats have only got interest from CIWG candidates:
DASA-2016-Round1 SAT 2 Cut-off-Tier 2 Colleges
Can I get an Upgrade Seat in Round 2?
I am receiving a lot of queries asking if I can get an upgrade seat. On this I could only provide general guidance based on last years' experience (last year the cut-off really didn't drop by even 10 points in top7-8 colleges). In case someone has better idea on this, I would publish that here:
Round 1 Cut-off -> Expected SAT2 Score Drop in cutoff
>2350 -> 0-10
2300-2350 -> 0-20
2200-2290 -> 0-30
2000-2190 -> 0-40
<2000 -> 0-60
As far as Internal Sliding is concerned, no one can predict that- so my request is not to rely on that stroke of luck as one of your main option. As earlier noted, I would be deleting all queries relating to internal sliding as it is not worth deliberating/ arriving at probabilities etc. Read more…
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Ranking of NITs Revealed: Ranking of NITs by JEE-Main Candidates
Indian Engineering College Ranking
A lot of ranking published by powerful media houses have some element of ‘hidden agenda’ where some private engg colleges are ranked higher. I personally suggest the blog visitors to spend some time at below links.
(Hint: If any private college (other than BITS-Pilani) is within top 20 rank, most likely that is not true ranking.)
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be conducting All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT) on May 1.
The candidates can check the detailed schedule below:
- The last date to apply for AIPMT 2016 without late fee is January 8
- The last date for successful final transaction of fee by credit card/debit card is January 12
- The last date for successful final transaction of fee only by e-challan is January 12
- The last date for successful final transaction of fee, with late fee, by credit card/debit card is February 10
- The last date for successful final transaction of fee, with late fee, only by e-challan is February 10
- Download of admit cards: April 1
- Display of OMR sheet: Between May 19 to May 23 (For any three days)
- Display of answer key: May 24 to May 26
- Declaration of results: June 5 (tentative)
Panel suggests single IIT, NIT entrance exam, aptitude test
HRD Ministry maintains there will be no change in JEE format for 2016
By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published:November 8, 2015 2:35 am
Three years after the UPA 2 government made sweeping changes to the admission process at top engineering institutes of the country, an expert panel appointed by its successor government has recommended another set of changes, including a single entrance examination for both IITs and NITs, no weightage to school board marks, and a compulsory aptitude test.
The committee, headed by academic Ashok Mishra, has suggested that JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced) should be merged into a single entrance exam, conducted by the IITs and intended to test a candidate’s knowledge of physics, chemistry and mathematics. Currently, JEE (Main), meant for admission to the NITs, is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), and JEE (Advanced) by the IITs.
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By SiliconIndia | Thursday, 04 September 2014,
BANGALORE: India has the youngest population than any other part of the world. Apart from this, India is rated as the country with more number of engineers in the making. Budding students aspire to become top-class engineers making themselves and their families proud. In India, being an engineer is a matter of respect.
Every year lakhs of students sit for various engineering entrance examinations, with hopes of qualifying. Other than the Joint Entrance Examination for IITs, there are various other top competitive engineering examinations in India. Listed below are the national level undergraduate exams worth considering, as compiled by Rediff.
The Joint Entrance Examination, also known as JEE is the first choice of lakhs of aspiring engineering students.
Main exam is the first step towards gaining eligibility to admissions to IITs, NITs, IIITs, IIITM and IIITDM and other Central Government/State Government funded institutions. Ranks of this exam are accepted by all colleges and universities in the country.
To take up this exam, candidates must pass the final class XII or its equivalent degree and they are not allowed to take the JEE Main exam more than three times.
AIPMT preparations 2015: Best books
The All India Pre-Medical Test 2015 could be building up confusion in the heads of many aspirants. Are you too amongst the list of those who are confused between the various books to be referred in the preparation process?
We all have faced a similar situation while preparing for exams. With umpteen numbers of books, by various authors, it’s almost impossible to decide. But, here is a list of books to help you clear the examination with flying colours.
- Concepts of Physics by H.C.Verma
- NCERT Physics: CBSE PMT set of 3 Volumes by Anil Aggarwal
- Concept of Competition Physics for CBSE PMT by Aggarwals
- NCERT- Physics Part 1 and Part 2
JEE-Main-2014-Answer-Key-all-dates-FINAL JEE14 KEY
JEE Main & JEE Advance 2015: Pattern, Eligibility & Dates
JEE Main 2015 Paper I will be held in both online and offline modes. While filling the application form, you need to mark the mode in which you wish to appear for the exam. For JEE Main 2015 Paper Pattern, read below.
• Total Exam Duration – 3 hours
• Paper 1 Sections – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
• Paper 2 Sections –Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Drawing and Aptitude Test
• Total Questions – 90
• Maximum Marks – 360
• Marks for correct answer – (+4)
• Marks for negative answer – (-1)
JEE Main 2015 Papers :
B.E/B.Tech Paper – 1: Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics
B.Arch/B.Planning Paper – 2 : Part 1 – Mathematics; Part 2 – Aptitude Test; Part 3 – Drawing Test 3 hours Offline
JEE Main 2015 Duration of Exam& JEE Main 2015 Exam Mode”
3 hours Both online & offline
JEE Main 2015 Application Process
JEE Main 2015 aspirants have to apply online only through the official portal of JEE Main 2015.
• Fill up the JEE Main 2015 Application Form correctly.
• Upload scanned JPEG files of photo, signature and left thumb impression.
• Make JEE Main 2015 fee payment using debit card, credit card of bank challan.
• After successful registration, download the acknowledgment receipt and take the print.
• Keep safe the receipt. Do not send the hardcopy to the JEE Main office.
Best Books for JEE Preparation
Preparing for IIT JEE exam is no longer difficult. We bring to you a comprehensive list of JEE Main books and JEE Advanced books for exam preparation.
Books are recommended as per the subject. The list includes, best IIT JEE Books for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics for the preparation of JEE Main and JEE Advanced Exam.Besides NCERT reference materials, books by Amit Agarwal, DC Pandey and Dr. R.K. Gupta are the best help for IIT JEE Exams.
Best Maths books for the preparation of JEE Main And JEE advanced
JEE Advanced to go online from 2016
Anubhuti Vishnoi New Delhi, August 26, 2014 | UPDATED 23:40 IST
In a bid to take the much sought after Joint Engineering Examination (JEE) to the next level, the Indian Institutes of Technology have last week quietly begun working on a plan to take the JEE Advanced online by 2016-17.
At a meeting of the Joint Admission Board of IITs held on August 23, 2014 in New Delhi, the institutes agreed that JEE Advanced, which determines admission to all 16 IITs, should go completely online from 2016.
Near 1.5 lakh students screened after appearing for JEE Main are eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced. The JEE Main determines admission to all National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and other engineering colleges and also decodes eligibility of candidates to appear for JEE Advanced.
“Is IIIT-H better than IITs in computer science?” is the most debated question in discussions whether online and off-line, especially when IIIT-H is in the news for some recognition or its students winning any national/ international coding contest. The answer, however, eludes those seeking for one desperately.
Before we try to compare IIIT-Hyd with other institutes, let’s first note some of the highlights of IIIT-Hyd which is not matched by its competitors in the field:
- Autonomous university set up as a not-for-profit Public Private Partnership (N-PPP) model
- Experienced faculty– Most number of PhD faculty in India in a CSE institute (total of 60+ faculty with PhDs)
- Research oriented academics: Offers research-led curricula even for undergraduate programs. As a result, students get to do a large number of projects and acquire deep research orientation and innovative mindset. If interested in doing MS or PhD in CSE field, best place to be.
- Very Strong Coding Culture: IIIT-Hyd students regularly shine in coding contests. The dominating portion of the most courses are coding assignments + lab tests as well as a few of them being totally based on programming & programming workshops (even for 1st year)
Only institute to have appeared four times in ACM-ICPC World Contest and securing highest ranking by any India institute. Almost every year there is a team from IIIT Hyderabad that qualifies for the ACM ICPC World Finals. Once there were two teams which qualified in a single year! IIIT Hyderabad won ACM ICPC South Asia regionals in consecutive years (Two other IIIT teams ranked 6th and 7th)
- Highly Ranked on Programming sites: There are many high ranked students solving problems on SPOJ and TopCoder programming sites. For many years, IIIT-Hyd was ranked no. 1 globally on SPOJ programming site
- Google Summer of Code. A total of 29 IIIT-Hyd students were selected in 2013 (second highest globally, top in India) to contribute towards open source assignments by Google.
- DataQuest Ranks IIIT-Hyd at 1st for Placement. 100% Placement. Av. salary for CSE: Rs 9.5 LPA. Off-shore: in Excess of $120K. Every year there are some 8-10 people hired by Google and Facebook.
- World class infrastructure
- Tech-Hub/Incubator: Houses India’s biggest Tech start-up Incubator
- Situated in the metro city of Hyderabad in a posh locality amongst IT biggies. Hyderabad is an emerging hub for IT start-ups and home for IT biggies (latest entrant Amazon, Facebook, TCS) because it offers 3 times of Bangalore’s instrstructure at one third cost. Hyderabad already is home for all major IT biggies like TCS, Wipro, Tech Mahindra, Accenture, Infosys, IBM, Google, Yahoo, iGate.
- Recommended as a premier research institution in India by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) for US graduate students to take up research fellowships and short-term research programs.
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