Wednesday, November 28, 2007

How to Solve CBSE Board Sample Papers - Tips

Choice of a good sample papers is advisable to the students. Instead of following many sample papers, student should stick with 1-2 the best sample papers only for CBSE board exam. Now the question is should student go for solved sample papers for the unsolved ones. Solving both types of sample papers will help you in scoring high marks in the examination but student should try solved sample papers first. Why solved sample papers: trying solved question first will provide you more insight, you would be able to save your time, you can understand the concept easily and you would also not feel sleepy and bore if stuck in between any question.

Solved Sample Papers: 

Solved sample papers should be practice at the initial level when you would be learning the concept. This will help you understand topic and concept better. Solved sample papers will guide you at every stage you find difficulty with. Finally you would be able to understand the concept more quickly and easily.

Unsolved sample papers
Once you complete syllabus then you can move towards the unsolved sample papers.  Solving these unsolved sample papers will boost your confident and problem solving techniques. You would to make you grip on the subject, feel more confident and would be able to score high marks.

Previous year question papers with solutions
Third types of sample papers are last year question papers with solution that you should also try. Solving these sample papers will provide you a better idea about the board examination pattern, marking scheme and level of difficulty. The direct benefit of solving last year papers, you would feel during examination. You should try at least last 10 years board sample papers.

Especially for class of xth and 12th student should keep these points in the mind. Practicing sample papers at the right time will help you perform better.

Saturday, October 27, 2007

How to Score Good Marks

How to Score Good Marks

How to score high marks in the board exam is big question and students try to make every possible efforts to drive it. There are some tips and tricks that will help you a lot in your board exams preparation.
How many subjects, you touch on daily basis and how much time you give for each single subject. What is the way of your preparation, these are some points that are very important while preparing for board exam and make you able to score high marks.

4 subjects on daily basis: Try to study as least four subjects out of total five per day. This will keep your memory sharp for all subjects. Spend one hour for a single subject that mean you should give four hours daily for your all four subjects. Studying and paring on one subject lose your grip on others and it again takes time to recover these again. So keep every subjects ready in your mind.

Breaks are very important: don’t study continuously for more than 1 hour. Go for a small break where you can talk to your friends but don’t discuss about study. You can watch your favorite TV program that you like most. Do whatever you like but within the time limit. Then again come back to your studies with full dedication. Don’t think about movie, songs, picture and other matters; only concentrate completely on your study.

Best time to Learn: Morning time is very good time for study. It has been stated you would be able to keep the things in mind for a long time that you learn in morning with fresh mind. Studying in morning can be quite difficult but soon you will become habitual and will find it interesting. The reason is very simple in the morning time you learn the things with fresh mind, dedication in pin drop silence.

Should students take the help of CBSE sample peppers?
Definitely you all should practice last year question papers, sample papers to understand the board pattern, marking scheme etc. Don’t buy so many extra help books or sample papers. Buy only one or two max the best sample papers for each subject.

Best sample papers and helps books:

JPH for English and math
RD Sharma for Math
Together for Math
Kundra Baba for SST
Golden Sample papers
JPH Sample papers
Ten Years Question Papers
ULike and PK Garg for math

Saturday, August 4, 2007

how to score good marks in cbse exams

how to score good marks in cbse exams

Every student wants to score good and high marks in the examination. There are many tips and tricks to help the student in scoring high marks. Along with your study you also need to make strategy and plan to score high marks.

Judge Yourself

You need to judge your performance in the class, what marks you generally get in test andterm examination, what concerts and topic that you feel you lack behind. If a driver is moving at slow speed, he will definite late to reach destination or other will defeat him. You also need to be competitive in every field of your life. Judge yourself and analyze your strengths and weakness.

Take Proper Rest before Exam

It has been noticed that most of the students study late night just before the exam to get high marks, but they don’t know the fact. Student should not study late night before their exam. If you take proper rest of 8 hours then only you would be able to attend the exams with fresh mind otherwise you would feel sleepy and would not be able to recall your learning and give proper attention and concentration to the exam. Taking proper rest just before the exam day is very important.

How to Study

If you are stuck with your question and are not able to solve it, learn it then try to relate it with some real life things. It has been noticed that when a student learn something which is little hard or difficult to learn, he becomes lazy and feels sleepy. If you are taking interest in your study, then only you will learn better and quickly. You should skip that question for the time being and move to next topic/question. Mark the important point with marker, this will help you to recall and revise the topic easily.

Give enough time to revise your all subjects. Make your time table and give more time to subjects that you feel hard.

Wake up early in the mooring and start reading.
Switch off your TV, shut down your all your musical instruments and give full attention to your study, as it can disturb you.

This is a fact that student cannot study continuously for a long time accept few exceptional cases. 40 minutes are enough and try to take a short break after that. You can walk, can take coffee or tea. Now you are again ready for the mission.

Some Tips and Tricks for Exams

Don’t get feared when you first see the question paper. Read out the entire question, marks the questions with pencil that you feel confident and feel easy. It will help you to decide what specific question should attempt first.
Try to complete your questions as early as possible; you should also save some tile to review your entire question paper before handing over.

Always try to answers what has been asked in the question and don’t try to make examiner fool by making your answer long and lengthy. Don’t increase the length of the answer as it will not give additional marks but they can consume your time.

Always write neat and clean, make a use of two pens. First should be used to write headings or topics and second should be used for writing your answers. After completing your paper, is there any un-attempted questions, try to answer that too. Something is better than nothing so always try to write something relevant.

Thursday, August 2, 2007

Career after 12th | career opportunities options after 12th Class

Career Advice after 12th class.

If you have passed 12th class, now it’s time to choose your career option. This stage is very important and you have to select the best courses. The following points will help you in choosing the best courses and career option.

Do you have any specific plan in your mind?
Do you want to take any specific courses, if yes then why?
What are the future growth and job opportunities in this course?
What are the job responsibility generally people assigned to in this area?
Would you consider yourself to do such duties and responsibilities?
What are the maximum salary packages generally people drive in this area?
What is the time duration of the course?
Which type of company you are looking to join, do this course or institutes provide you a way for the same?

After analyzing and considering the above point now you would be in better position to choose a specific course. You would be thinking where I can get the answers of these questions. Below are the sources which will help you to find the relevant information.

Your school teachers
Your Elders and seniors
People who are already engaging with the same industry/job
For self research you can use internet forums, communities and blogs to find more information.
Career counselors is the best option

After selecting the best courses you should also find the best colleges and institute which can provide you campus placement in big and well known companies. The name of the institution and colleges definitely weight your resume while applying for the job. The selection of right colleges and institute is very important for initial job placement. If you get success in getting a good placement then you can get huge salary packages in few next year.

Regular VS Correspondence courses

Many other correspondence or non regular universities are not bad but you will have to work hard to give interviews after completion your courses. Course fees of a regular college and non regular college are different. Regular college has higher fee structure as compare to non regular colleges. Take the prospectus and decide which college is suitable for you.

Below are the Courses where you can make your career after 12th
Bachelor degree courses in Arts (B.A) – B.A offers you many courses like B.A(h)in English, maths, hindi, urdu, French and many other languages that you want to choose. You can get degree and specialization in any specific language from this B.A(H) stream.

If you desired to move in financial sector then commerce stream is the best option for you. B.Com, CA, ICWA, CS and there are many other diploma and certificate programe which provides career options in Banking and Finance sector.

If you are aims to go in Engineering field then the best options is passing entrance test like IIT, JEE, AIEEE, AIPMT. You would be eligible to take admission in various well know engineering colleges after passing these entrance exam. The course and seat allocations based on the basis of AI rank.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

NIIT after 12

Something about NIIT

NIIT stands for National Institute of Information Technology. Niit has many branches in all over the India. You can take admission in any niit center.

Eligibility Criteria: - There is no eligibility criteria for computer coerce even if you are a child you can join NIIT. NIIT offer several courses and according to your age and you can join course, Like NIIT SWIFT, Futurz Classic, Mis, MSCIT, Computer In management and many more.
Niit has launched many other courses from this year. You can join NIIT Course as per your choice and interest.

NIIT courses

DIT – Dit stands for Diploma in computers. It is one year course. The fees of the entire DIT Course is about 35000/ approximate. But if you want any concession you can give several scholarship tests. You can get scholarship up to 100% depends upon your knowledge and mind skin. I have also done NIIT and got a scholarship of 75% on my one years fees.

DNIIT- Dniit is two years course of niit. You will learn Java, HTML, SQL/Oracle,MIS, .NET, ASP.NE, C++, JSP Advance java, computer basics and any other course which niit implements as per market requirement. But you have to pay course up gradation fees. Dniit fees is 90,000/- approximate.

GNIIT- It is Three years course. There is not huge difference between DNIIT and GNIIT. After Dniit you will get placement but after Gniit you will be placed as trainee and after taking experience for one year. You can again go for new placement based on you experience and professional knowledge. GNiit Fees is about 1,20,000/-.

NIIT Scholarship

Niit Announce Bhavishya Jyoti Scholarship every year in the month on 11th september. You can visit any of the near niit branch and ask about niit courses and Scholarship. It also announce half yearly scholarship tests. Scholarship exams normally based on English, Reasoning and Mathematics general questions . You can score up to 100%.

NIIT Exams

Niit has 4 semester in whole DNIIT course and there are 2 exams in each semester. it means 8 exams in whole 2 years course. You have to obtain minimum 50% marks to pass the exams. If you want to be placed in IT Company you have to score 75% and above in aggregate marks.

Job Companies

NIIT has contacts with many big IT companies, Banks and other management and mis based companies like Satyam Computers, Vipro, Microsofts, NDPL, BSES, CITI financial, Bank Of Punjab, Centurion Bank, HDFC, ICICI Bank, Reliance Industries, IBM and many other big companies. You have the guts to find take the job in these companies. NIIT just shows you the way and tell you who to prepare, but you have to pass the interview with your confidence and knowledge.

Best of Luck

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Career After 12th Class | Courses After 12th

Career Option  and courses after 12th

What after 12th class? 

There are numbers of courses and opportunities available for you after 12th class. Short term, certificate, regular, engineering, professional and correspondence courses are there. The following courses are available in various colleges where you can make your career as per your interest.

List of Courses after 12th

B.A (P), B.A (H) and B.A(h) in languages like English, Hindi, Frenh and many more to name. Universities offer many language specific B.A(h) courses, apart from these you can also do B.A(H) in Journalism, Maths, Music, Mass Communication.

B.Com(P) and B.Com(H)

B.Sc. (Genl) Mathematical Science,  Anthropology,  Bio-Chemistry,  Electronics,  Food Technology,  Botany,  Chemistry,  Computer Science,   Geology,  Home Science,  Home Science Communication & Extension,   Food & Nutrition,  Microbiology,  Physics,  Statistics, Human Development, Fabric & Apparel Science, Resource Management,  Mathematics,  Zoology, B.Sc. (MT) Radiography B.Sc (PEHES), B.Sc. Applied Life Sciences, B.Sc. (Prog) Applied Life Sciences (Sericulture)

Career in Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronic and communication, Electronics and other engineering courses
Apart from these courses you can also do other diploma, certification and professional courses. Below is the list of courses where you can make your career after 12th.

Web Designing, fashion designing, multimedia and animation, DTP, NIIT, GNIIT, Short term diploma computer courses, accounting courses like Telly or Busy, programming courses

List of Courses Available after 12th

Courses after 12th commerce Courses after 12th Science  Courses after 12th Arts
B. Com (Banking & Insurance)- BBI B. E. (Mechanical Engineering) diploma i multimedia Journalism
B. Com (Banking and Insurance) B. Sc. Life Sciences 3D Animation
B.B.A. B. Tech (Aerospace Engineering) Advanced Diploma in Multimedia
B.B.M (Bachelor of Business Management) B.A.M.S. Air Hostess
B.Arch Anchoring
B.Com (P) BCA Advance Diploma in Fashion Designing
B.Com (Honors) B.E (Civil Engineering) Advance Diploma in Interior Designing
B.M.S BDS Advance Hair Diploma Holder
BBA (Hotel Management) B.E ( Information Technology) Mass Communication
BBA (Tourism Management) B.E (Aeronautical Engineering) Diploma Courses in event 
Diploma in Banking B.E (Automobile Engineering) B.A 
B.E (Biotechnology)
B.Pharm B.A.LL.B
B.E.(Hons) Manufacturing B.Arch
B.E(Mechanical Engineering) B.M.S
B.Sc (IT) B.Law
B.Sc (Hons.) in Software Engineering
B.Sc. (Microbiology)
B.Sc. (Nursing)
B.Sc. in Interior Design

Thursday, July 26, 2007

scholarship for students in cbse

CBSE have decided to give 550 scholarships for 12th class on the basis of 10th class results. It has been also decided that CBSE every year will offer 500 scholarships, 350 for engineering and 150 for medical. For these courses CBSE will give a scholarship of 1000 rupees and it would be based on the performance and rank as per exam. About 11000 students would avail this scholarship facility every year and it will help them in making their career successful.
There is a good news for Indian girl who cannot go to school and are unable to pay their fees. To promote education in India the government has now decided to offer free education from class 6th to 12th to each and every single girl child. If there are two girls in the family then both will entitled fee concession for 50% each. Government also going to talk with other cbse affiliated institute for applying the same provision. One the other hand UGC is also going to declare scholarship for graduate and postgraduate course.
Girl who is single of her parents would be given scholarship of 500/- rupees/month and 1000/ rupees for medical and engineering graduates and for those who are perusing post graduation will be entitled 2000 rupees.
All these scholarship and concession will be paid out of school and concerned education

Thursday, July 19, 2007

How to Pass in Compartment Exams – How to crack the CBSE Compartment

How to Pass in Compartment ExamsHow to crack the CBSE Compartment

Did you get compartment this year in the CBSE Board examination, don’t worry and don’t lose hopes. You can break the compartment and would also be able to cover next class subject.

How to break the cbse compartment

You need to work very hard to break the compartment and cover your next class topics. From the very first day of declaring CBSE Results, work very hard on your study. Coaching should not be required, but if you need then try to ask only the difficulties and don’t cover all the chapters, topics again. Make your time table for compartment subject and give priority to the same. When you feel bore you should start studying your next class subjects then you would definitely feel happy. Give more time to cover your compartment topic.

Where to start?

First, you should start covering the topics that you are not confident with. Buy a good sample papers and analyze the pattern of board examination question papers. Note down the questions that you feel important, which repeat every year. Prepare these questions very well and also prepare other similar type of questions from sample papers and help books.

Wake up early in the morning and memorize all your formulas and things that you have studies last. In case of other theoretical subjects, revise the answers that you have learned earlier. Be sincere for your studies then only you can break the compartment. After covering the most important sections, now you should also start covering the rest topics too. You need not to cover each and every topic if time is an issue but remember be 100% confident in what you have covered.

Practice last 10 year board sample papers

When you are ready for the board examination, you should start solving few last year board papers or sample papers to judge yourself. Doing this will make you able to analyze the true picture of yours. You should define 3 hours for the test and check how much you would be able to cover and what are the weakness that you still need to overcome. In this way you would definitely be able to crack the exam with good marks.

Sunday, June 3, 2007

Last Years CBSE CBSE Board Results

Know your CBSE Results for Last Years

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) let you know your cbse results online for the last year. You can check your CBSE results online on You can find all the last year results for all the CBSE board examination for 10th and 12th class, AIEEE results, AIPMT results etc. Below are the CBSE results web urls for the last few years.

Last Year CBSE Board Results
CBSE Results 2004

CBSE Results 2005

CBSE Results 2006

CBSE Results 2007

CBSE Results 2008

CBSE Results 2009

CBSE Results 2010