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TS EAMCET 2020 Self Reporting Date Extended

LAST DATE FOR PAYMENT OF TUITION FEE AND SELF REPORTING IS EXTENDED UPTO 29 OCT 2020

This year, 71.49 per cent seats under convener quota were allocated out of 70,135 available seats in 178 engineering colleges across the State in the first-phase admissions

The last date for payment of tuition fee and self-reporting by candidates for admissions into engineering courses through TS-EAMCET web counselling (first phase) has been extended till October 29. This year, 71.49 per cent seats under convenor quota were allocated out of 70,135 available seats in 178 engineering colleges across the State in the first-phase admissions. The Pharmacy and Pharm D programmes recorded 4.02 per cent seat allocations out of 4,505 available seats in 119 pharmacy colleges.

While 50,137 seats in engineering and 181 in Pharmacy and Pharm D were allotted, 36,659 candidates have self-reported (seat confirmation) till the last count on Wednesday. The self-reporting and payment of fee can be done by visiting the website https://tseamcet.nic.in and the candidates must report at the allotted colleges after final phase of web counselling.

TS EAMCET-2020 Web Option Process Starts Today

  • OPTION ENTRY WILL COMMENCE ON 18 OCT 2020 AFTER 10 PM

The web option process for selecting engineering seats through the Telangana State Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (TS EAMCET) 2020 counseling only starts from Sunday.

Candidates can choose seats for new courses this year, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, computer science, internet of things, networking, cyber security and software engineering.

While the web option process starts from Sunday, the number of seats in the new courses is awaited until the last input received on Saturday. Last year, 64,709 seats were available under a call quota in 183 engineering colleges across the state. ‘We have not yet received government orders on the number of seats available in the new courses. The web options will start from Sunday, ‘said a senior official.

So far, 55,812 candidates have registered and booked for the certificate verification, and the deadline for registration, payment of the processing fee and booking of the lock is October 19th. Of those registered, 43,721 candidates participated in the verification of certificates until Saturday and the last date. for certificate verification is October 20, while web options can be exercised until October 22.

Candidates who are eligible for admission under a sports quota and were unable to attend previous sports scheduling consultations can attend the sports certificate verification at the Polytechnic, Masab Tank, Hyderabad on 19 October.

POSTPONEMENT OF FADEE – 2020

Hyderabad, Oct.16 (Maxim News): Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University (JNAFAU) has announced the postponement of Fine Arts and Design Entrance Examination-2020 for admission into four year BFA and B. Design course offered in the constituency colleges for the academic year 2020-21.

The Fine Arts and Design Entrance Examination – 2020 scheduled to be held on 18th & 19th October 2020 is postponed to 1st & 2nd November 2020 due to unprecedented rains.

TSEAMCET 2020 DETAILED NOTIFICATION REVISED

PAYMENT OF PROCESSING FEE, SLOT BOOKING, CERTIFICATEVERIFICATION AND OPTION EXERCISE FOR WEB BASED COUNSELLING

FIRST PHASE

S.NO DETAILSDATES
1Online filing of Basic Information, Payment of Processing Fee & Slot Booking for selection of Help Line Centre, Date & Time to attend for Certificate Verification09-10-2020to19-10-2020
 2 Certificate Verification for already Slot Booked candidates12-10-2020to20-10-2020
 3 Exercising Options after Certificate Verification18-10-2020to22-10-2020
4Freezing of options22-10-2020
5Provisional Allotment of Seats24-10-2020
 6 Payment of Tuition Fee & self reporting through website24-10-2020to28-10-2020

FINAL PHASE

7Online filing of Basic Information, Payment of Processing Fee & Slot Booking for selection of Help Line Centre, Date & Time to attend for Certificate Verification for not attended candidates in First Phase 29-10 2020
8Certificate Verification for already Slot Booked candidates in the Final Phase30-10-2020
 9 Exercising options30-10-2020 to31-10-2020
10Freezing of options31-10-2020
11Provisional allotment of seats02-11-2020
 12Payment of Tuition Fee, Self Reporting through website and Reporting at the allotted College02-11-2020to05-11-2020

SPOT ADMISSIONS
(Private Unaided Engineering and B Pharmacy Colleges)

13The Spot Admission guidelines for Private Unaided Engineering andB Pharmacy Colleges will be placed in the website https://tseamcet.nic.in 04-11-2020

TS EAMCET-2020 Agriculture and Medical (AM) Admit Card (Released)

TS EAMCET admit card 2020 has been released by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) Hyderabad on September 3. Candidates can download the TS EAMCET hall ticket 2020 in online mode from the official website by using their TS EAMCET login details like registration number, date of birth and qualifying exam hall ticket number until September 7. Only those candidates who have successfully submitted their application forms can download TS EAMCET hall ticket 2020. The admit card includes details like the candidate’s name, father’s name, exam date, exam time, test centres address etc. Before downloading, TS EAMCET admit card 2020 candidates are advised to crosscheck all the details mentioned on it. The TS EAMCET 2020 hall ticket Agriculture & Medical (AM) stream will be available from September 21 to 25.

  • TS EAMCET-2020 Agriculture and Medical (AM) Stream Hall Ticket downloading service will be available from 21-09-2020 to 25-09-2020.

JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Analysis by FIITJEE (Available): Know Section-wise Difficulty Level

JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Analysis by FIITJEE has been released. Candidates who have appeared in JEE Main 2020 paper 2 can check the analysis by FIITJEE. JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 morning shift was held from 9 am to 12 pm while the evening shift is being held from 3 pm to 6:30 pm. With the help of JEE Main 2020 exam analysis by FIITJEE, aspirants will get an understanding of the number of questions asked from different subjects. The institute will also release JEE Main 2020 answer key for both the shifts in pdf format. Check the topics from which questions in Mathematics, Aptitude Test and Drawing were asked on this page.

JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Exam Guidelines

  • Students were not allowed to carry anything inside the examination hall except their admit card and undertaking, ballpoint pen, transparent water bottle, identity proof and passport size photo.
  • Metal detectors were used from distance at the entry gate and no bags or wristwatches were allowed inside.
  • Students reported that entry started at 8 am
  • Social distancing was maintained at most of the test centres

JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Analysis

  • The full marks of the JEE Main Paper-2 were 400
  • The level of difficultly was easy as compared to the January session of JEE Main Paper 2 as per feedback from students
  • This time there was no biometric attendance at the entry gate, instead, a team of four invigilators came to each student during the exam for verification
  • Took a photo of the student  and scanned the JEE Main 2020 admit card from a distance
  • The BArch and Bplanning were held in separate buildings
  •  There were no errors reported in the first shift exam
  • According to the students, proper social distancing was followed

JEE Main 2020 Paper-2 Section-Wise Analysis by FIITJEE – Shift 1 (September 3)

Candidates can check the difficulty level questions and weightage of topics as per students’ feedback on the JEE Main paper-1 of September 3, 2020.

Mathematics: The Mathematics section was of easy to moderate level. Questions in this section were evenly distributed and asked from all the chapters including Co-ordinate Geometry, Calculus & Algebra. Some of the questions in the section required lengthy calculations.

Physics: The Physics section was moderate to difficult. Numerical based questions were tougher than the MCQs. A good number of questions were asked from the NCERT books.

Chemistry: Chemistry section questions were also easy to moderate level. The questions were evenly distributed among Physical, Inorganic & Organic chemistry. Few of the questions were lengthy. This section also had some questions directly from NCERT.

JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Section Wise Analysis by FIITJEE – Shift 1 (September 1)

Overall, the JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 was of Easy level as per students compared to JEE Main 2020 January session. Students were given enough plain papers for rough work.

JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 Section Wise Analysis by FIITJEE – Shift 1 (September 1)

Overall, the JEE Main 2020 Paper 2 was of Easy level as per students compared to JEE Main 2020 January session. Students were given enough plain papers for rough work.

SectionsAnalysis
MathematicsThe difficulty level of the Mathematics section was easy to moderate level. Numerical based questions were lengthy compared to Jan session of the same paper as questions involved calculations. All chapters covered in calculus and coordinate geometry.
Aptitude TestThis section could be easily attempted by the candidates.
Drawing SectionThe difficulty level of this section was easy. One question involved drawing an aesthetic composition using rectangles and the other was any one of Highway scene or Portrait of your favourite Teacher.

JEE Main 2020 Analysis Paper 1 (Available): Know Difficulty Level of Question Paper

JEE Main 2020 Paper-1 is being conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) from September 2 to 6. Check JEE Main analysis 2020 for Paper-1 on this page.

JEE Main Analysis 2020: The short analysis of JEE Main September 2020 question paper will be made available on this page every day. It will be helpful for the candidates in understanding the difficulty level of the exam.

National Testing Agency (NTA) is conducting JEE Main April/September session from September 1 to 6. According to a notification released by the NTA on the official website 8,58,273 (7,46,115 for BE/BTech) candidates have registered for the different papers conducted during the entrance exam. BArch & BPlanning papers will be conducted on September 1 and BTech exam will be conducted from September 2-6. Check the JEE Main analysis 2020 for Paper 1 on this page below.

JEE Main 2020 Analysis for September Session: Paper-1

The paper analysis of JEE Main September 2020 will be updated in this section from September 01 to Spetember 06. According to the students, the level of questions were less than or equal to the questions asked in JEE Main January 2020 session.

JEE Main Analysis 2020 Paper 1 (September 6)

  • Organic chemistry was quite tough
  • No questions from Trigonometry and Integration
  • Questions from Differentiation was asked
  • 1-2 questions from Probability
  • 1 question from Parabola
  • No questions from Circle
  • Questions on Acidity and Basicity in Chemistry
  • Lengthy questions from Integers
  • Questions of Coordinate Geometry
ParticularsDifficulty Level
PhysicsTough
ChemistryEasy 
MathsModerate
OverallModerate

JEE Main Analysis 2020 Paper 1 (September 5)

  • Modern Physics was tough
  • Less questions from Organic chemistry
  • Questions from Probability
  • Easy questions were asked from Calculus
  • Lengthy questions from 3D Vector
  • Questions from Statistics
  • Questions from GOC in Chemistry
  • Questions on Kinematics in Physics


ParticularsDifficulty Level
PhysicsTough
ChemistryEasy 
MathsModerate
OverallModerate

JEE Main Analysis 2020 Paper 1 (September 4)

  • More questions from Inorganic part in Chemistry than Organic and Physical part
  • Some questions were based on the concepts of NTA Abhyas questions
  • Maths was lengthy
  • Questions from physical chemistry were easy
  • Questions from organic chemistry comparitively was more than the last two days of exam
  • Question to find out electron magnetic spin was asked
  • 1 question from Metallurgy
  • 1 question of Biomolecule
  • Questions from Surface Chemsitry
  • Questions from Calculus part comparitively was more than the other topics
  • More number of questions were asked from Class 12th
  • Questions of 3D Vector in Mathematics
ParticularsDifficulty Level
PhysicsTough
ChemistryEasy 
MathsModerate
OverallModerate

JEE Main Analysis 2020 Paper 1 (September 3)

The question paper was comparitively tougher than the JEE Main January 2020 question paper. On the second day, Physics was again on the harder side. Check more details below:

  • Question of Vector 3D was asked
  • 1-2 questions from Matrices
  • 1 question of Complex Numbers
  • Weightage of Calculus was highest, then Algebra and then Coordinate Geometry
  • Questions from Coordinate Geometry were asked
  • 2 questions from Differential Equation
  • 1 question from Probability
  • Theoretical questions were more in Chemistry
  • Most of the questions in Chemistry were from NCERT
  • Portion of Physical Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry were more than Organic Chemistry
  • 1 question from Solid State, Ionic Buffer, GOC
  • Questions from Solution Colligative Properties, Electro-Chemistry
  • Question from Orgainc Chemistry was based on Acidity
  • 1 question from Henry’s Constant
  • 1 question from Tyndall Effect
  • Mathematics was lengthy
  • Calculation based questions were asked in Physics
ParticularsDifficulty Level
PhysicsTough
ChemistryEasy 
MathsModerate
OverallModerate

JEE Main Analysis 2020 Paper 1 (September 2)

Physics was comparatively tough, Chemistry was easy and Maths was moderate. Overall the level of question paper was moderate. Check more details below:

  • Questions from Mathematics were lengthy
  • Question from vector 3D was asked
  • Conceptual questions from Chemistry
  • Most of the questions were from NCERT
  • Most of the questions in Physics were numerical based
  • Most of the questions in Physics were asked from Class 12th
  • Questions from Mechanics were asked
  • Similar questions from NTA Abhyas were asked
  • Question on IUPAC naming in Chemistry
  • Organic and Inorganic questions in Chemistry were from NCERT
  • No questions from Solid state, Chemical Kinetic and Solution Colligative in Chemistry
  • Question-related to marking the closest integer was asked
  • 1 question from Molecular Orbital Theory – Difference in Energy Levels
ParticularsDifficulty Level
PhysicsTough
ChemistryEasy
MathsModerate
OverallModerate

JEE Main September 2020 Paper 1 Expected Cut off 

SectionTotal QuestionsGood Attempt (No. of Questions)Tentative Raw Score
Physics20+510-Dec20 – 23
Chemistry20+513 – 1540 – 45
Mathematics20+5Sep-1428 – 33
Overall 3579 – 94

TS Intermediate Supplementary Exam 2020 Cancelled; All students to be passed

TSBIE has announced that it will pass all the students who had appeared for the second year exam without a supplementary exam. This year around 1.47 lakh students have failed the TS Inter exam. 

Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) has announced that it will not be conducting the TS Inter Supplementary Exam 2020 this year. The Telangana Board had announced the TS Inter Result 2020 for first-year and second-year exams on June 18, 2020. A total of 60.01 per cent students cleared the TS Intermediate first-year exam 2020 successfully, while the pass percentage for the TS Inter second year Exams 2020 stood at 68.86 per cent, which is about three per cent higher than last year’s 65.01 per cent.

The Board has now cancelled TS Inter Supplementary Exam 2020. The cancellation of the second-year intermediate public advanced supplementary exam, IPASE was done taking into consideration the current coronavirus situation in the state and rising number of its cases. TSBIE has announced that it will pass all the students who had appeared for the second year exam. This year around 1.47 lakh students have failed in the TS Inter exam. As per the latest announcement, now these students will pass the exam without appearing for the Supplementary exam. who now will be passed in the exam without appearing for the supply exam.

“Keeping the prevailing situation due to COVID19 in mind, the chief minister of the state K Chandrashekhar Rao has decided to do away with supplementary exams for the second-year intermediate students,” Telangana Education Minister, P Sabitha Indra Reddy said.

She further said that the students will be considered as pass in the TS Inter supplementary exam and the same would reflect in the marks memos. All the students who have appeared for the examination can collect the mark sheets from their respective colleges after July 31, 2020.

“The 1,47,000 students who have failed in the second year, will be declared pass under the ‘compartment’ category,” the Telangana Education Minister added.

TS Intermediate Results 2020 Re-evaluation/Re-checking

Students who have applied for recounting/reverification will be able to check their updated marks in the next 10 days, the minister confirmed.

TS Intermediate Original Mark Sheet 2020

According to the reports, TSBIE dispatched the TS Inter original mark sheets to the respective school principals on June 22. In case a student finds any discrepancy in the mark sheet, the same needs to be notified to the board through the concerned principal on or before July 17.

CBSE Rationalises Syllabus by up to 30% for classes 9 to 12 to reduce course load

Talking about the importance of reduction in syllabus amid these difficult times, the Minister of Human Resource and Development posted several tweets from his official Twitter handle and confirmed CBSE’s decision. 

The Central Board of Secondary Education is all set to reduce the syllabus of Classes 9 to 12. Talking about the importance of reduction in syllabus amid these difficult times, the Minister of Human Resource and Development posted several tweets from his official Twitter handle. The HRD Minister in his first tweet stated, “Considering the importance of learning achievement, it has been decided to rationalize syllabus up to 30% by retaining the core concepts.” Earlier, a CBSE official confirmed, the new syllabus is almost ready and would be shared with the respective schools soon. The reports also suggest that CBSE may reduce the syllabus by 33% for CBSE 10th Board Exams 2021 and CBSE 12th Board Exams 2021. CBSE is also expected to revise the paper pattern.

Mr. Pokhriyal further added, “To aid the decision, a few weeks back I also invited suggestions from all educationists on the reduction of #SyllabusForStudents2020 and I am glad to share that we received more than 1.5K suggestions. Thank you, everyone, for the overwhelming response.” Previously, various media reports suggested that the CBSE is in conversation with various stakeholders and also NCERT to rationalize the existing syllabus for secondary and higher secondary classes in view of the prevalent conditions. Considering the fact that schools may not open in many regions and the difficulty schools are facing while imparting education online, the board finally decided to release a revised curriculum for Classes 9 to 12. For classes 1 to 8, the board already notified schools to accordingly make the changes.

The minister further stated, “Looking at the extraordinary situation prevailing in the country and the world, #CBSE was advised to revise the curriculum and reduce course load for the students of Class 9th to 12th.” CBSE is yet to release details regarding the reduced syllabus. Until then the expected reduction in the CBSE Syllabus 2021 is given below:

CBSE New Syllabus 2020-21: Expected changes

  • Syllabus expected to be reduced by 25 to 33%. However, complete chapters would not be removed.
  • Without impacting the conceptual learning’, the topic-wise reduction of the non-essential parts from within the chapters would be done.
  • A blended approach to the curriculum taking online classes into consideration.
  • To help students accept online classes, guidelines for parents to be released.
  • Life skills incorporation in a better way.
  • Focus on competency-based learning: mental, emotional, physical, academic. Schools have been advised to refer to CBSE initiatives issued.

Meanwhile, the Board is also prepping up to release CBSE 10th results 2020 and CBSE 12th results 2020. It is expected that the reduction in CBSE Syllabus 2021 would also affect the Paper Pattern, evaluation and assessment strategy for CBSE 10th results and CBSE 12th Results for the upcoming year. 

Rescheduling of JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION JEE (Main) April–2020

Rescheduling of JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION JEE (Main) April–2020 from (18 – 23 ) July 2020 to (01 – 06) September 2020 and Correction in the Candidate Particulars and Choice of Centre Cities in the Online Application Form of JEE (Main) April-2020.

In view of the current situation arising from COVID-19 pandemic, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has decided that the JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION JEE (Main) April-2020 will now be held during (01- 06) September 2020 from 09.00 AM to 12.00 noon in the first shift and from 03.00 PM to 06.00 PM in the second shift.

The dates of downloading of Admit Cards indicating Roll Number and Centre of Examination will be displayed 15 days before the conduct of examination on the official websites of NTA (www.nta.ac.in) and JEE(Main) (jeemain.nta.nic.in).

On demand from various candidates regarding correction in the Candidate Particulars and choice of Centre Cities in the Online Application Forms for JEE (Main) April-2020, it is also brought to the notice of all the candidates that the facility for correction in the Candidate Particulars in the Online Application Form including Choice of Centre Cities will be made operational on the website jeemain.nta.nic.in from 04/07/2020 to 15/07/2020*. The candidates are advised to visit the website and verify their particulars and make necessary corrections wherever required.

‘*’ Corrections in the particulars in the Online Application Forms shall be accepted upto 05.00 PM and submission of fee upto 11.50 PM.

The NTA will make efforts to allot city of examination to the candidates in order of the choices now opted by them in their Application Form, subject to the availability of capacity in the desired city. However, due to administrative reasons, a different city may be allotted, and the decision of the NTA regarding allotment of Centre City shall be final.

In case, any additional fee payment is required depending on the changes made in the Application Form, the final update will be reflected only after the payment. The requisite (additional) fee, if applicable, can be paid through Credit/Debit Card/ Net Banking/UPI and PAYTM.

The candidates are requested to undertake the correction(s) very carefully as no further chance of correction will be provided to the candidates. The candidates and their parents are advised to keep visiting official websites of NTA (www.nta.ac.in) and (jeemain.nta.nic.in) for latest updates.

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