Every year only one person gets the coveted title of being the topper of one of toughest exams in the world. For the next few months after the results, all cameras chase them and their story is told repeatedly to every aspirant so much so that it becomes a story of legends. Achieving this is usually just the first step towards a successful career. We will walk you through the journeys of some toppers and what they have achieved so far in their lives, ever since they came into the limelight for being the special ones.
The first flush of pre-placement offers (PPOs) now being handed out at India’s leading IITs are pointing to a coming bumper placement season this year. At IIT Bombay, job announcement forms submitted by companies are already double of what was seen at the same time last year. The number of PPOs at other IITs is also rising, offering yet another piece of evidence of a resurgent job market.
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay has received Rs 95 crore, the largest donation in its history, to set up a centre to develop hi-tech products and solutions for consumers and industry that lie at the bottom of the economic pyramid.
Test-Taking Strategy Matters
Just as it is important to think about how you spend your study time (in addition to actually doing the studying), it is important to think about what strategies you will use when you take a test (in addition to actually doing the problems on the test). Good test-taking strategy can make a big difference to your grade!
Mathematics gives answers to unknown questions and is the pillar of science. But memorizing the formula and theorem is not sufficient to solve maths problems. You need to understand the important cycle which is learn -> analysis -> improvise. Learning will include theory section along with memorizing concepts and formulas. Next step comes with Analyzing the situation in which you need to understand each step and reason behind the step. Also during analyzing categorize the problem so that if similar problem comes in future you can handle it smoothly. Finally for completely new set of problems you need to improvise your knowledge and enter into unknown (to you) problem sets. A smart and intelligent engineer and scientist are expert in improvising technique which help them in making unknown as known.
Tips on how to study mathematics, how to approach problem-solving, how to study for and take tests, and when and how to get help.
Eating well is good for your mental as well as your physical health. The brain requires nutrients just like your heart, lungs or muscles do. But which foods are particularly important to keep our grey matter happy?
All central government-funded engineering schools, including the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), will select students through a common entrance examination in 2015, merging the existing two-tier joint entrance examination (JEE), the human resource ministry has decided.
Engineering graduates from India will find it easier to take advantage of international prospects as their degrees will now be recognized across 17 major countries including the United States, Japan and Australia. On Friday, India became a permanent member of the Washington Accord, an international agreement for accrediting undergraduate engineering degree programmes.
JEE (Advanced) results for the session 2014 will be declared on June 19. The online filling of seat allotment would commence from June 20 and continue till June 24. After the completion of third allocation on July 12, candidates who accept the admission offer are required to pay fees by July 15.