Category Archives: AIPMT
NEW DELHI: Hundreds of foreign who had enrolled this year for undergraduate in private medical colleges in India now face an uncertain future due to a “tricky” domestic legislation regarding entrance examination for them.
Medical Counselling Committe (MCC) has declared the NEET seat allotment result for round two on September 12, 2016. The counselling of NEET 2016 second round had began from September 9, 2016. Earlier, the seat allotment result for round one has been declared on August 28, 2016. This must be noted that as many as 1886 MBBS and BDS seats were vacant after first counselling round of NEET 2016 due to non-joining and resignation.
E-Learning is often regarded as a ‘new’ form of learning that uses the affordances of the Internet to deliver customized, interactive, learning materials and programmes to diverse local and distant communities of practice as it is flexible, of good quality, accessible and cost effective for an individual to undertake.
Admit cards to the prestigious AIPMT 2016 are out and will be available from April 2016. Every candidate can log on to the official webisite, download and print the AIPMT 2016 Admit Card. The AIPMT Admit Cards are not being generated by post to any student. Candidates need to follow the simple directions to start downloading. The applications that were submitted without late fees qualify for downloads of the AIPMT Admit Card in April 2016 and the ones that were filled along with late fees will have to wait for another 10 days to downaload the same. All one needs to do is enter their registration number and their date of birth to get access to the print directions for the Admit Card.
- Meditation – Known for easing stress and relaxing the mind, meditation is one excellent way to calm the mind effortlessly. It helps the mind to get clearer thoughts and also freshens the mind to start a new day.
- Hobbies: Devote time to studying and prepare well, however, do not miss out on recreational activities that will lessen the pressure and stress on the mind. It is good to shake a leg on the dance floor or simply workout at a gym. Even practicing yoga or going out for a jog is relaxing and increases blood flow to the brain, rejuvenating the body and mind.
- A Balanced Diet: Activity is not the only factor for an individual to see to while preparing for exams, it is a must to take good care of the dietary intake as well. Too much sugar or caffeine should be avoided, rather the diet should include healthy snacking options. Also keep a note on the water intake, a body should always be well hydrated to have an active mind.
- Spend Time With Nature: It is important to take breaks while studying, so if at all a student is studying for an hour, he/she should take a 10-15 minutes break to bring to effect all the information the mind absorbs. One should take a stroll in the park and appreciate the beauty around and then get back to studying again.
- Sound Sleep Cycle: A good night’s sleep is essential to ensure a healthy mind as the body does need at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night. One should not stress himself/herself over the night by staying awake and overworking the mind. A lot can be done with a mind that is fresh to retain more information rather than cramming at the cost of no sleep.