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JEE – 2020 EXAM PREPARATION TIPS

JEE – 2020 EXAM PREPARATION TIPS

  • Be sincere in your efforts.
  • Plan a daily timetable which should have equal distribution of number of hours to each subject.
  • Practice more number of times. Become perfect in the concept and subjects. (visit : https://www.rankerslearning.com/Index.html )
  • Always start from BASICS because “without a base, there will be no altitude” and “journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”.
  • Focus more on previous year questions of IIT JEE.
  • Never check solutions of questions before attempting the question. SELF-ATTEMPT at least five times before you take a peek at the solution. Persevere till you get the right answer because “without falling you cannot stand at once”.
  • Always try a question with a CONCEPTUAL APPROACH. Don’t just read the question and then start answering it without getting to the bottom of what it is asking. Take a breath, think and answer. This will seem difficult at the start but once you make it a practice, it will become the norm for you.
  • BE CONFIDENT while you are preparing. NEVER LOSE CONFIDENCE. Motivation is important all the way till you reach an IIT of your choice.
  • .Strickly follow the syllabus as given on official website.
  • Nothing out of the syllabus is ever asked in JEE.

This is what Bruce Lee used to say: I do not fear the man who has practiced 10 thousand kicks once but the one who has practiced 1 kick 10 thousand times ! 🙂 So do limited things and become prefect in them !

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Importance of Communication Skills

Importance of Communication Skills - For Career Growth

IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Communication is one of the basic human activities.The ability to communicate by different means is the distinction between human beings and animals. Language is one of the most wonderful tools to be invented by human beings.Out of the many languages used by human societies by far the most popular language which is used for inter racial communication is English. English is most commonly used for communication of Scientific, cultural, business, medical and other fields.Good communication skill in English is considered an asset in any career. Following the technological and social changes brought about by the advent of social media and other applications it is imperative that good communication skills have to be developed in English for a successful career.

Following are the types of communication skills.
• Written communication – formal, informal
• Verbal communication – formal, informal
• Non verbal communication
• Paralingual communication: It is the tone and pitch of your voice when you are talking to people.

What is Verbal Communication ?

Spoken language in order to communicate is called as Verbal Communication. In order to understand, both the speaker and listener should be familiar with the language.

Examples of verbal communication:
• Presentations, speeches, singing etc. are formal verbal communication types
• Conversations, Meetings etc. are informal verbal communication types

Following are the advantages of Verbal Communication:
➨It saves time in communication.
➨It is quick in obtaining feedback once delivered.
➨It provides complete understanding of communication delivered and there is chance to make it more clear in case of doubts in interpretation of words or ideas.
➨It is more reliable method of communication.
➨It is flexible and effective for all.
➨It is powerful means of persuasion and control.

Following are the disadvantages of Verbal Communication:
➨Emotions are visible and hence leads to trouble in certain cases.
➨It has no legal validity and hence will lead to problems in certain situations.
➨It does not provide permanent record unless it is recorded with modern means of storage.
➨It has issues when communicating with distant people.
➨It is difficult for certain people to understand speech due to various speech tones used in verbal communication.
➨This form of communication is not suitable for lengthy message.

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JEE MAIN – 2020 Exam FAQs

NTA -JEE Main 2020 FAQs
NTA -JEE Main 2020 FAQs

JEE Main 2020 FAQs – The Joint Entrance Examination (Main) is the most important examination for candidates willing to take engineering as a career, JEE (main) being the gateway to IITs, NITs and GFITs. It was conducted by the central board of secondary education (CBSE) till 2018 but from 2019 the JEE (mains) is to be conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). This change has brought up many questions regarding the examination in the mind of students who are to appear for the paper this year. All the FAQs regarding the JEE (main) 2020 are answered here for the candidates to ease. Keep Reading!

JEE Main 2020 FAQs
Here we have provide answers to the most frequently and problem creating questions regarding JEE Mains 2020 that are to be answered for the students to be at ease. For clearing all the doubts regarding JEE Mains 2020 look for your question from the FAQs below.

What is the Eligibility for JEE Main 2020?
The candidates who have passed 12th examination or any equivalent qualifying examination in the year 2017 or 2018 or are appearing for their class 12th examination in 2020 are eligible to take the JEE Mains examination 2020, Candidates who had passed their 12th examination in 2016 and before or who will be appearing for the 12th examination in 2020 are not eligible for JEE main 2020. Also, the candidates who did not pass their 12th examination or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2016 but passed in 2017 are not eligible to take JEE Mains 2020.

Regarding the age limit, there is no specific age limit for candidates willing to appear for JEE Mains 2020. All the candidates who have passed or are appearing for their class 12th examination can take the JEE Main examination Irrespective of their age.

Is aadhaar card mandatory for appear in JEE Main exam?
No, Aadhar Card is not mandatory to appear in JEE Main Exam. You can provide other identification documents such as Driving License, Voter ID, Passport or Ration Card.
However, providing Aadhaar helps in ascertaining identities of the candidates at the examination centres in a convenient and hassle free manner. Aadhaar obviates the need for producing multiple documents to prove one’s identity.

Will the examination be in online mode or offline mode?
The examination will be only through online mode. The JEE Main 2020 examination is a computer-based test.

What is the state of eligibility for the Improvement candidates?
In case a candidate has class 12th from one state but appeared for improvement from another state then the state of eligibility for such candidate will be from where he / she has passed class 12th.

What is the state of eligibility for the NIOS Student?
For the candidates appearing or passed the 12th from NIOS, they should the state of eligibility according to the state of their study centre.

What is the state of eligibility for the Student studying abroad in foreign school?
In case of an Indian nationals passing the equivalent qualifying examination from any school abroad, his / her permanent address in India as given in their passport will determine the state of eligibility of the candidate.

What eligibility is required for Diploma students in JEE Main?
A diploma holder can apply in JEE Main to appear for JEE Advance 2020 but his her rank and score for JEE Main will not be declared as the diploma holders cannot apply for admission in NITs and GFTIs through JEE Main.

How To apply for JEE Main 2020?
The application form for JEE Main is to be submitted online through the official website jeemain.nic.in. All the details regarding JEE Main application procedure are available in the application form page.

How many times a student can appear for JEE Mains in one year?
As per the new scheme introduced by NTA, all the candidates willing to appear for JEE Mains can now take the paper twice a year.

Is it compulsory for candidates to appear in JEE Mains 2020 twice?
No, it will be optional for the candidates to appear either once or twice for the examination this year.

In case a candidate appears twice for JEE Mains which score will be considered?
In case a candidate has appeared for both the sessions the best of the scores will be considered for the merit list.

Is there any changes in the syllabus of JEE Main 2020?
There are no changes in the syllabus of JEE Main 2020.

Can candidates use calculator in the examination?
No, calculator or any other electronic devices are not allowed to be carried by the candidates to the examination centre.

What is the examination pattern for JEE Main 2020?
The JEE main examination will have two papers paper 1 for BE / B.Tech and paper 2 for B.arch / B.Planning. Paper 1 consist of Physics, Chemistry and mathematics. Paper 2 consist of Maths, Aptitude Test and Drawing Test. Candidates can take papers according to courses they are seeking admission to.

B.E / B.Tech in Aerospace Engineering

B.E / B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering
B.E / B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering

Aerospace Engineering is one of the most challenging fields of engineering with a wide scope for growth. This field deals with the development of new technology in the field of aviation, space exploration and defence systems. It specializes in the designing, construction, development, testing, operation and maintenance of both commercial and military aircraft, spacecrafts and their components as well as satellites and missiles.

The students interesting to pursue this course need to be

  • Self-motivated and hard working
  • With Lateral Critical thinking
  • Good at Time management
  • Proactive in learning new concepts
  • Good in judgment (analysis and decision making)
  • Excellent listening skills
  • Working independently
  • Excellent in decision making skills
  • Possessing good monitoring skills

Employment Avenue
Career path after the completion of the course can take one on a journey through; widely varying disciplines in; Aerospace engineering, Design & Development, Testing and Manufacturing of commercial and Military Aircraft, Missiles and Space Craft, Development of new technologies in commercial aviation, Defence systems, and Space Exploration.

Companies & Government agencies in the aeronautic field employs the pass outs as;

Aerospace, Mechanical and Electrical engineers

Propulsion, guidance, navigation and control Scientists, Technologists / Technicians.

Aircraft structural, material engineers.

Electronics (including Radar) engineers in military/civilian/aircraft.

Aircraft engineers.

Missile systems engineers.

Also the Aerospace Engineers find placements in;

Air lines, both Government and Private

Air Craft manufacturing and maintenance industries.

HAL, DRDO, Air India, Indian Airlines, ISRO, R&D works in Ministry of Defence, Civil Aviation, Defence

Labs, Civil Aviation departments.

R&D works in defence laboratories, space research, missile technologies etc., in Civil aviation departments

Career in Automobile Demands A Blend Of Creativity With Technical Knowhow: Okinawa MD

Career In Automobile Demands A Blend Of Creativity With Technical Knowhow: Okinawa MD
Career In Automobile Demands A Blend Of Creativity With Technical Knowhow: Okinawa MD

A career in Automobile Engineering demands a blend of creativity with technical knowhow, says Jeetender Sharma, Managing Director, Okinawa Autotech Private Limited.

NEW DELHI: A career in Automobile Engineering demands a blend of creativity with technical knowhow, says Jeetender Sharma, Managing Director, Okinawa Autotech Private Limited, while adding that finding people with this combination is not an easy process. He also said the rapid development of Electric Vehicles is creating new requirement of skills needed in the automobile industry. “Automakers and their suppliers are already experiencing a talent crunch because they are competing with technology companies which raise the need of engineers well-equipped with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics skills as well,” he added. Mr Sharma here answers to questions for those who are willing to pursue a career in Automobile Engineering that involves manufacturing electric vehicles.

What are the opportunities available if one wants to build a career in Automobile Engineering that involves manufacturing electric vehicles?
Automobile Engineering requires a blend of creativity with technical knowhow. There are plenty of employment opportunities for qualified individuals in this constantly developing industry. As an Automotive engineer you have to deal with designing, manufacturing and operating automobiles. The various career opportunities in automotive manufacturing companies include Design Engineers, Development Engineers, Production Engineers, Quality Engineers, Mechanical Design Engineers, and Driver Instrumentation Engineers etc.

As India is fast becoming an EV nation, what kind of skill set is needed to make vehicles for Electric mobility?

The rapid development of Electric Vehicles is creating new requirement of skills needed in the automobile industry. We should be able to understand as to what goes into the making of a Lithium-ion and LED acid battery and accordingly be in a position to develop batteries to extend the range of the vehicle. Charging battery at a lightning speed will help users to adapt to various modes of electric mobility.

What are the various categories one can choose from if one has to pursue a career in building Electric Vehicles?

It is speculated by the scientists that the trend among Automobiles will be Electric vehicles. The area of interest for any student to specialize in will be in the field of Battery management system and Optimization based on the interest and area of progress of the program needed. One can achieve specialization in the following sectors like Computational Fluid Dynamics, Finite element analysis, Computational Design. The most common challenges faced by engineering industry are Range Anxiety, Vehicle Integration, Performance Engineering and Safety Engineering. There are several courses available which are structured in a way that will cover the above mentioned skill set required in terms of theory and also teach you to be efficient in handling tools when designing an Electric vehicle.

What is the kind of scope that exists in pursuing a career in this direction?

Scope and opportunities are ample. With the kind of thrust government is laying upon electromobility, Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) will continue to play a major role in the supply chain for automobile industry while electromobility gains steam. A mix of Electric vehicle and ICE engines will be an ideal powertrain needed for the future.

What are the options available to students in view of new announcements made by government under FAME-II scheme?

Indian government has already earmarked 10,000 crore rupees for Phase 2 under the FAME (or [Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid) and Electric Vehicles] scheme in order to boost electric mobility and increase the number of electric vehicles in commercial fleets also. Emphasis on localization of electric vehicles and batteries is laid under its ‘Make in India’ initiative to give boost to economic growth. Young starts-ups are forging ahead in creating a new market segment.

What should be the focus areas of a student who wants to do well in Automobile industry?

It is time for the auto industry, researchers, and engineers to work towards development of next generation of electric products. Batteries are already in the final stages of being designed and developed indigenously. With some improvement needed, India will be not just at par but will start leading in technology also. The need is to be able to work across many domains and communicate well in different areas.

Is there an opportunity provided by Okinawa to do R&D at Okinawa’s electric plant facility for aspiring students?

The plant is very well equipped with state of art facilities, to give hands on experience to all the aspiring students. Depending upon the market growth, we would be working towards setting up plants with technological upgradations as well.

Is it necessary to have an aptitude in Maths and Science or being inquisitive, creative and analytical is sufficient to pursue a course in Automobile engineering?

An aptitude in the field of Maths and Science is a pre-requisite for any Automobile engineering student to flourish and excel. Finding people with a combination of qualified degree and creative bent of mind will not be an easy process. Automakers and their suppliers are already experiencing a talent crunch because they are competing with technology companies which raise the need of engineers well-equipped with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics skills as well.

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Career Option in Agriculture Enigneering

Career option in Agriculture Engineering
Career option in Agriculture Engineering

Agriculture is the most important sector in the Indian economy. To becomes an agricultural engineer means one has accepted the challenge to improve agricultural production by means of better engineering methods, inventions, technology and equipment which also require good
intellect and a desire to make a difference to the future of farming.
Course contents provide subjects of; agriculture, Improvement in agricultural farm machinery, farm structures, rural electrification, bio-gas, new technologies in the design and manufacture of agricultural products and also conservation of soil and water etc.

Courses

Course Name Duration Eligibility
Bachelor of Engineering / Technolgy (BE / B.Tech) 4 Years 10+2(M.P.C)

Course Name Duration Eligibility
Diploma in Agriculture 2 Years SSC

Course Name Duration Eligibility
Master of Engineering / Technology (ME / M.Tech) 2 Years B.E/B.Tech

Personality Traits
• Abilities to work on one’s own or as a part of a team
• A strong back for frequent bending
• Capacity to withstand unpleasant weather conditions
• Good powers of observation to detect early signs of disease in plants, animals and poultry
• Abilities to deal with the contingencies arising out of unexpected conditions or as natural calamity
• Interest in scientific developments

Employment Avenues
• State Government as Agriculture recruits Agricultural Engineers, Agricultural Officers for the development of agriculture in a Mandal/ District / State.
• Private firms investing money in medicinal crops and plantation crops who generally recruit agricultural engineers.
• NGOs working in rural areas research units such as; IARI, ICRISAT etc., as junior fellow researcher and agricultural scientists.
• Banks giving advance credit and loans to agriculture and agri-based projects are also employing agriculture experts for evaluation of crops.
• Teaching agriculture and allied subjects.
• Moreover down to earth agricultural products that engages them in innovative farming.

• junior fellow researcher and agricultural scientists.
• Banks giving advance credit and loans to agriculture and agri-based projects are also employing agriculture experts for evaluation of crops.
Teaching agriculture and allied subjects.
• Moreover down to earth agricultural products that engages them in innovative farming.

B.E / B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering

B.E / B.Tech in Aeronutical Engineering
B.E / B.Tech in Aeronutical Engineering

This is one of the technologically advanced branches of engineering. It is concerned with the design, manufacturing, testing, operations, and maintenance of aircraft and its components. The main thrust in this area is on design and development extending to space and satellite research. The Curriculum at B.Tech level is covering : fundamentals of propulsion, electronics, and automatic control guidance, theory of aerodynamics, structural analysis, material science and fluid dynamics. The course inputs intend to provide skills in; Design, construction and Testing of commercial and Defence Aircraft, Missiles, Space Craft, Aerodynamics, Acoustics, Thermodynamics that focus on systems that operate in the Earth’s atmosphere and astronautics.
Courses
Course Name Duration Eligibility
Aeronautical Engineering 4 years 10+2

Personality Traits
• Self-motivated and hard working
• With Lateral Critical thinking
• Good at Time management
• Proactive in learning new concepts
• Good in judgment (analysis and decision making)
• Excellent listening skills
• Working independently
• Excellent in decision making skills
• Possessing good monitoring skills

Employment Avenues
• Aerospace, Mechanical and Electrical engineers
• Propulsion, guidance, navigation and control Scientists, Technologists/Technicians.
• Aircraft structural, material engineers.
• Electronics (including Radar) engineers in military/civilian/aircraft.
• Aircraft engineers. Missile systems engineers.
• Also Aeronautical Engineers find placements in; Air lines, both Government and Private
• Air Craft manufacturing and maintenance industries.
• HAL, DRDO, Air India, Indian Airlines, ISRO, R & D works in Ministry of Defence, Civil Aviation, Defence Labs, Civil
Aviation departments.
• R & D works in defence laboratories, space research, and missile technologies etc., in civil aviation departments

Pay Package
Rs 1.3 Lakhs- 3 Lakhs / Per Year The salary of an aeronautical engineering is decided on the basis of several factors like the working area, personal skills, academic excellence, etc…

Advertising as a Career Option

Advertising as a Careeer Option
Advertising as a Careeer Option

B.A. (ADVERTISING)

Advertising is the means of informing as well as influencing the general public to buy products or services through visual or oral messages. A product or service is advertised to create awareness in the minds of potential buyers. Some of the commonly used media for advertising are T.V., radio, websites, newspapers, magazines, bill-boards, hoardings etc. As a result of economic liberalization and the changing social trends advertising industry has shown rapid growth in the last decade. 

Advertising is one of the aspects of mass communication. Advertising is actually brand-building through effective communication and is essentially a service industry. It helps to create demand, promote marketing system and boost economic growth. Thus advertising forms the basis of marketing. Earlier the advertisement was considered as an art and was believed to be the skill inherited by people as the gift of the nature now; the need for relative marketing enhanced the potential of Advertising as a lucrative career option. Through well planned curricula many courses are now being offered by various institutions. Some of them are;

CoursesDurationEligibilityPersonality Traits
BA Integrated Courses3 Yrs10+2 Any Stream – Ability to translate ideas into visual format.
-Insight into the interests of people from all walks of life
-Mental and physical toughness to be able to withstand high pressure and criticism.
-Ability to work as part of team
-An analytical and logical brain
Diploma / PG Diploma1-2 YrsAny Graduation– Ability to translate ideas into visual format.
-Insight into the interests of people from all walks of life
-Mental and physical toughness to be able to withstand high pressure and criticism.
-Ability to work as part of team
-An analytical and logical brain

Employment Avenues:

Career opportunities in advertising include placements in following:

Advertising Agencies

Market Research agencies and companies

Advertising sections of radio and television

Advertising sections of newspapers, Journals and Magazines

Advertising departments in private and public sector companies

Freelancer

15,700 more MBBS Seats in 75 New Colleges to be set up by 2021-22

15,700 more MBBS seats  75 new colleges to be set up by 2021-22
15,700 more MBBS seats 75 new colleges to be set up by 2021-22

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved the setting up of 75 government medical colleges by 2021-22. The proposed colleges will result in 15,700 additional MBBS seats in the country, a government statement said. Calling it as the biggest ever expansion of medical facilities in the world, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said these new medical colleges will be built with an investment of ₹24,375-crore.

Here are five things to know about the government’s focus on creation of healthcare infrastructure:

1) The establishment of new medical colleges will be done under phase three of the ongoing centrally sponsored scheme.

2) The new medical colleges would be set up in under-served areas having no medical colleges, with district hospitals having at least 200 beds, a government statement said.

3) For setting up of new medical colleges, the preference will be given to aspirational districts and district hospital having 300 beds.
4) The establishment of new medical colleges, to be attached with existing district and referral hospitals, would lead to an increase in the availability of qualified health professionals, improve tertiary care in government sector, utilise existing infrastructure of district hospitals and promote affordable medical education in the country.

5) The scheme on establishment of new medical colleges (58+24+75) would lead to addition of at least 15,700 MBBS seats in the country.

Continuing the focus on creation of healthcare infrastructure, the government had earlier approved establishment of 58 medical colleges to be attached with existing district and referral hospitals under phase one of the scheme and 24 institutes under the second phase.

Of the 58 medical colleges approved under the first phase of the scheme, 39 have already started functioning while the remaining 19 would be made functional by 2020-21.

Chartered Accountant

Chartered Accountant
Chartered Accountant – CPT

A Chartered accountant is one who is specialized in accounting, auditing and taxation. He also serves as a management and corporate caretaker. In recent times, accountancy has become popular as a profession. The services of a CA is required in money matters even in a small business. Moreover according to the Company Act only CA’s in professional practice are allowed to be appointed as auditors of companies in India. A chartered accountant is a person who is accepted as a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) after having passed the Final examination of the Chartered accountancy course conducted by the institute.

Courses
Course Name CPT(Common Proficiency Test)
Duration 1 1/2 yrs
Eligibility 10+2 with any stream

Course Name Final Course
Duration 1 1/2 yrs
Eligibility Pass PCC

Course Name PCC(Professional Competence Course)
Duration 2 yrs
Eligibility Pass CPT or any Graduation

List Of Institutions
Hyderabad Branch of Southern India Regional Council of the ICAI.Hyderabad.
Northern India Regional Council of ICAI, New Delhi
Academy of Commerce, Hyderabad
Nahata Professional Academy, Madhyapradesh
Vidya Sagar Career Institute Ltd, Rajasthan
Chanakya Academy for Management and Professional Studies, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh

Personality Traits
a) Sound academic background.
b) Thorough knowledge in the subject
c) Flawless analytical skills.
d) Capacity to take quick and prudent financial decisions
e) Diploma in dealing with people
f) Good Grasp of present financial and economic scenario
g) Good communication skills, both oral and written
h) Powers of logical reasoning
i) Academic and numerical ability.
j) An analytical mind.

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