Thursday, June 04, 2009
Results of All India Engineering Entrance Examination were announced by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).The results are available in the CBSE website, www.Cbse.Nic.In.About 9,62,119 students had appeared in the test conducted at 1460 centres across the country.Students qualifying the exam will be eligible for admission to National Institute of Technology, Indian Institute of Information Technology, government-funded institutions and deemed universities.There were nearly 78,000 candidates in Delhi. For foreign students, CBSE has set up centres in Dubai and Riyadh.The state-funded engineering institutes have 15 per cent reservation for the students qualifying AIEEE. There were about 18,000 seats in these institutions last year.The number of seats are expected to cross 20,000 this year. Central counselling for admission will be held in third week of June.
Wednesday, June 03, 2009
In the UP State Engineering Entrance Examination — the results of which were declared on Sunday — students from Kanpur dominated the merit list with 17 of them making their way in the top 100.Varanasi came a distant second with 10 students from the holy city making their mark in the merit list of 10 different courses. While students from nation’s capital Delhi also made it to the merit list with nine students, state capital Lucknow managed to get only four students in the coveted list. Shubham Toshniwal of Agra topped in BTech while Anuj Singh of Shahajahanpur in the Bpharma. The list of toppers in different streams included students from Bijnore and moradabad, too.Ashima Vishnoi of Bijnor topped in the Bachelor of Hotel Management and Catering Technology (BHMCT) category, while the first rank in BTech (BSc) was held by Swami Nath Yadav of Mau district. Likewise, Mohammad Azharuddin and Ayush Agarwal topped in MBA and MCA streams. The results were uploaded on the websites: www.uptu.nic.in and www.upresults.nic.in. The counselling would be held after the counselling for JEE and AIEEE would be over.The number of students taking up UPTU seems to have stabilised. While some 2.62 lakh students appeared in SEE last year, their number rose to 2.72 lakh this year.But the cause of concern was low appearance of students in MCA category. Only 20,773 students appeared in the stream.The examination was conducted in some 31 centres including some in the six cities outside the state -- Bhopal, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Roorkee, Jaipur and Delhi.77 out of 100 toppers declared in the entrance test for various professional streams were boys. The fairer sex could manage to post its presence on 23 spots.In fact, but for one out of the 10 streams of professional courses, the first rank holder were boys. Ashima Vishnoi of Bijnor was the only girl who stood first in the entrance examination for Bachelor of Hotel Management and Catering Technology (BHMCT).Delhi guys fared better: nine candidates managed to register their names in the toppers' list. In fact, topper of Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) and Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharma) (diploma holder) -- Yogesh Sharma and Harinder Singh respectively -- were from the national capital. The performance of girls from Delhi was better. Out of the nine toppers from Delhi, six were girls.There were five candidates each from Varanasi and Ghaziabad making it to the toppers' chart. Four students were from Agra. Candidates from Allahabad too did substantially well especially in the BTech (diploma holder) as four students including the topper, Deepak Mishra, were from Allahabad.Students from smaller towns like Moradabad, Shahjahanpur, Lakhimpur Kheri and Mau too made their presence felt in the SEE. The first rank holder in BPharma and MCA category -- Anuj Singh and Ayush Agarwal respectively -- are from Shahjahanpur and Moradabad. Likewise, two candidates from Lakhimpur Kheri -- Aseem Misra and Devanshu Pandey -- made it to the top 10 positions in the MBA stream.
JOINT ADMISSION TEST FOR M.Sc. has been declared by the IIT kharagpur.The basic objective of the Joint Admission Test is to provide admissions to various M.Sc., M.Sc.-Ph.D. Dual degree and other post-B.Sc. This years Jam was hosted by IIT kharagpur.For individual to know their JAM result they have to go to http://jam.iitkgp.ac.in/jamres/ and have to enter their JAM Registration number following by their Date of Birth.The JAM result website also reported that Extended Merit List will be declared on June 15, 2009.The only way to check up the JAM 2009 Result is to by logging into the jam website option like SMS and IVRS is not available.
Nitin Jain has made history of sorts by topping AIEEE and IIT-JEE belongs to Faridabad. All India Engineering/ Architecture Entrance Examination (AIEEE) results were declared today. Jain secured the first rank in the IIT entrance exam for 2009, taken by 3.8 lakh students in the country and abroad. From Delhi zone alone, 60,852 students took the test, of which a mere 1,524 were successful. Nationwide, 10,035 students qualified.He is the only second boy in the history to have accomplished the unbelievable task.He can now chose any college of his liking from one corner of the country to the other.Nitin Jain studied at Modern Vidya Niketan in Faridabad has reportedly decided to take admission in IIT-Delhi, country’s top ranked engineering college.Nitin scored 417 out of a total 432 to top the list of aspirants who would receive calls for counselling various engineering and architecture colleges across the country.He has decided to join IIT Delhi based on his IIT-JEE merit list.Jain has given credit to his parents, teachers and friends for the success. It's the boy who is topping the JEE one more time.In IIT the girls don't' seems to be getting the good ranks. Also the number of the female qualifies is as less as one tenth of the male counter parts this year only 1,048 girls have managed to secure a place in the JEE qualifier.The number of the females in IIT has been quite less over all the previous years. The one main reason for this is can be also that girls don't aspire to an engineers they prefer the medical line and generally go for CBSE. Their presence is the medical colleges are bit more then the male counterparts.Nitin, known as a science wizard in school, has won a gold medal in the International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics in Indonesia and will soon head to Mexico for another science olympiad. ``The education minister of Indonesia had also invited him to join the Bardung Institute of Technology for engineering. he will be the family's first engineer. His father is a businessman and works part-time in a factory. His mother is a housewife