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Students more than 25 years of age can now appear for NEET

2017-04-11T07:02:04+00:00 Categories: Blog|

As per the Supreme Court verdict announced on 31st March 2017, students older than 25 years of age are also allowed now to appear for NEET 2017, the all India examination for medical and dental courses. The court is also expected to give its decision on inclusion of Urdu in the list of […]

NEET 2017 to be held in 23 more cities

2017-04-11T06:35:50+00:00 Categories: Blog|

Medical and dental entrance examination NEET 2016 was held in 80 cities across India and in 2017, there will be a more than 25% increase to 103 cities. This is because of a significant increase in the number of aspirants. Candidates are also allowed to change their city of examination between 24th March […]

CBSE unveils new examination format for classes VI to IX

2017-04-11T06:21:57+00:00 Categories: Blog|

From 2009, the CBSE has been following the system of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), but now, it has formally scrapped this system and it will be replaced by a new format from the academic year 2017-18. This new format is called Uniform System of Assessment, Examination and Report Card. The aim is […]

NTS to hold most of CBSE entrance tests from 2018

2017-04-18T04:54:31+00:00 Categories: Blog|

National Testing Service (NTS) will take over the responsibility to administer most of the entrance examination tests conducted by CBSE and ease the burden of CBSE. This is going to start from 2018. It is expected to start from January 2018 with National Entrance Examination for Technical Institutions (NEETI), which is an entrance […]

The Final Frontier (Gearing up for the forthcoming exam)

2018-02-15T12:55:50+00:00 Categories: Blog|

Some succeed because they are destined to; but most succeed because they are determined to. Ultimately, all depends on how determined we are to be successful.

Grace Lichtenstein has rightly said, “Your opponent, in the end, is never really the player on the other side of the net, or the swimmer in the next lane, or […]

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