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SNAP 2013 Syllabus

The SNAP test is an Objective type paper set with having four sections divided, SNAP Test 2013 found to have questions divided as follows:
  • General English consisted 40 Questions,
  • Quantitative & Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency were 40 Questions in total.
  • General Awareness, G.K 40 Questions.
  • Analytical & Logical Reasoning had the most, 60 Questions.
To be noted, SNAP paper pattern does hold negative marking rule to discourage random guessing which is why 1/4 mark are deducted for each wrong answer.
Especially, for the Management School, a high cut of is needed that enhance chances of securing eat. Each year the highest cut-off for SNAP varies, which can be anything between 85 to 100+. The validity of SNAP Score is one year only.

SNAP 2013 Preparation and Practice

The SNAP test is unpredictable each year and the format keeps changing though syllabus remains same. There are 4 different sections available on all the snap entrance exam books that need to be practiced to score high percentile and a valid cut off to get through.

•    In Quantitative ability and Data interpretation often have diverse ways to ask the same question so one needs to learn from the basic and practice more and more. If you know how to solve each question, the next emphasis must be laid on Speed with accuracy. Also, all the formulae must be learnt by rote.

SNAP English Preparation
•    SNAP English and Vocabulary is something aspiring students leave on luck, by thinking it will be knocked there and then only in the paper. However, English section can assure you to fetch highest score of all the sections just like maths. The grammar related questions come twisted in the paper and the only way out to crack them are having knowledge of the basics. Simultaneously, each day few vocabulary words and idioms must be crammed.

SNAP Reasoning Preparation
•    Logical Reasoning is another section that could be experimental for the paper setters. Having acute alertness of mind and practicing varied and assorted questions can save your time in exam. The practicing let you relate easily to the ones in SNAP Test and you quickly know how to get solution.

General Awareness for SNAP
•    SNAP General Awareness section is something that cannot be prepared in just one day or even a week, so is the same for Vocabulary. To score high in this section one has to start reading in advance. The key is to keep yourself updated by reading more and more news sources, Keeping abreast to current affairs both national and international, raised or rising issues and general knowledge especially relating to the country. This will help you not only to perform well in the SNAP Test but in Group discussion as well.

Civil Services Preliminary Exam Syllabus

Union Public Services Board Services organizes the most competitive exams of the country that will get you admission into one of the prestigious positions like IAS, IPS, IFS, and many others in the country. The examine needs to understand the Civil services (preliminary ) examination syllabus from various Civil services (preliminary ) exam books that will help them  in their preparation.

The main subjects for this exam are as follows –
a.    History of India, which includes National Movement
b.    Indian and World Geography and includes physical, economic, social, geography, of India and World
c.    Indian Politics, which consists of the Political system, constitution, Panchayat  Raj, and Public policy of the country
d.    Indian economy
e.    General topics like bio-diversity, ecology, and climate change
f.    Basic and general science

The Syllabus II includes topics like
a.    Decision and problem solving skills
b.    Mental ability
c.    English language of class X level

Syllabus for CAT exam 2013

The Syllabus for CAT exam 2013 will comprise of 3-4 different sections with questions from the following area:

•  Quantitative Ability
Everything falling under Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
• Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning
Questions in the form of tables and bar graphs, column graphs, pie chart, graphs representing area, line charts, Venn diagram etc are usually asked in this section. Apart from these, questions on Critical reasoning, Visual reasoning, Assumption- Premise-Conclusion, Assertion and reasons, Statements and assumptions, identifying valid inferences, coding-decoding, matrix arrangements, statements and conclusions, Cause and Effect etc
• Reading Comprehension
Questions from given Passage and Poems comprehension
• Verbal Ability
Verbal reasoning, syllogisms, Analogies, Antonyms, Fill In the Blanks, odd man out, idioms, one word substitution, Jumbled paragraphs with 4 or 5 sentences, Jumbled paragraphs, Sentence editing etc
To have some idea to what form of questions can be asked, Sample CAT questions and cat exam 2013 books helps in finding and preparing for the exam


CDS SSB Sample Interview Questions

CDS Exam 2013 
After the candidate gets through the written test by scoring the required marks, according to the cut off list, candidate is further tested through different methods to assess the individuality, personality traits at the conscious, sub-conscious and also the unconscious levels.

The most common Interview Question asked
Why do you want to join Army instead of Navy or Air Force? ,
Why you wish to join this service?
why do you not want to study further?

Whereas there are also tricky questions, situational questions, job related questions which can be asked randomly. The questions can also be as tell about five current National and International issues.You can find numerous cds books 2013 to prepare these interview questions from various online stores for best price.

CDS Exam Preparation Techniques

CDS is a competitive exam and demands lot of learning as well as persistent practice to score well. Though the questions are much of the expectations yet solving them always is tricky. You might know how to find the correct answer but how fast you find is what that matters there.

CDS Mock Tests

CDS Sample Papers

CDS Exam 2013 Mock test papers, Sample papers, Model test questions and previous year CDS exam questions are the tools which will help you perform there in a good form.

The questions for written test i.e. the first test to appear in, comprise of General Knowledge, English & Math based question, while for OTA it is only G.K. and English.

Where can I get the Details of NDA 2013 Exam?

NDA 2013 Exam details
The details like nda syllabus,application forms can be preferred only from online.
A. Online application for NDA exam 2013
B. NDA online application form 2013 cannot be obtained from any other sources.
C. The NDA 2013-14 application form online is the most preferred http://www.upsconline.nic.in/

Syllabus for this Exam:

Syllabus for NDA exam 2013 mainly consist of the following-
a. Mathematics paper for 300 marks
b. The second subject consist of English  for 200 marks
c. The last one is GK for 400 marks

There questions asked in the exam are basics, as not in-depth ones. You can find numerous NDA preparation books on local stores.

NDA 2013 Exam Candidate Selection Details

                                                     NDA Exam Selections 2013

The selection of the candidate is done on the merit basis.  The aspiring student should be at least 16 ½ years of age at the time of applying for the exam, however should not be more than 19 years.
Citizenship for this Exam:
a. Should be a permanent resident or citizen of the country
b. Citizens whose parents and grandparents immigrated from Bhutan, Nepal, or Tibet before 1st January 1962.
c. Citizens who is from Indian origin, immigrating to India with an intention of residing permanently.
d. Any foreign citizen who has valid Indian passport that proves his citizenship

NDA Exam 2013

National Defense Exam is one of the toughest and competitive exams held in India for boys who aim to join Army. The candidate should have passed a minimum of 12th class or any stream equivalent to the same. The NDA exam is held twice a year, once in the month of April and August.

All the necessary information on NDA exam syllabus is available on various government online portals.  The NDA exam syllabus 2013 consists of written and physical test. The applicant needs to clear both of them, in order to get selected into this prestigious field.

CBSE Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Application Forms(March 2013)


CBSE Teacher Eligibility Test

The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India has entrusted the responsibility of conducting the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) to the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi. The forms for CBSE Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) are out in the month of March. The application forms for Teacher Eligibility Test 2013 need to be filled online from March 15 to April 16, 2013. The admit cards will be available from July 3 and the teacher eligibility exam date is July 28, 2013. CTET may also be considered apart from CBSE teacher eligibility test if one aspires to teach for primary and upper primary schools.Find more information at official website http://ctet.nic.in/ctetjuly2013/welcome.aspx

Punjab Teacher Eligibility Test (PSTET)

The application forms for Punjab Teacher Eligibility Test (PS TET) were out in the month of December 2012, and could be submitted till December 31, 2012. The Teacher Eligibility Test in Punjab was conducted on January 20, 2013 and the teacher eligibility test exam results were declared on January 28, 2013. CTET may also be considered apart from Punjab state teacher eligibility test if one aspires to teach for primary and upper primary schools. Find more information at tet.bedpunjab.org

Tamil Nadu TET 2013 Notification Released

                                             Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test (TN TET)
The Tamil Nadu government will conduct Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test (TN TET) 2013 for the candidates aspiring to become teachers in primary classes (Class I to V) and upper primary classes (Class VI to VIII) in the schools of Tamil Nadu. Find Detailed notification at http://trb.tn.nic.in/

                                             Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test exam date
The Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test exam date 2013 notification is released by Department of School Education, Tamil Nadu. To be eligible for teaching jobs, all B Ed qualified teachers have to appear for this exam conducted by Tamil Teachers Recruitment Board. The results for Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test will be out in the month of July or August.

What is TET Exam (Teacher Eligibility Test)

Teacher Eligibility Test, known as TET, is an Indian entrance examination for teachers. The teacher eligibility test is conducted by both Central government and State governments in India. The test is conducted in order to improve the standards of teaching. Conducted by National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE), this exam was first started in 2011. Even the teachers already working need to clear this test, held by teachers’ recruitment board. State governments can also consider CTET if it decides not to conduct State Teacher Eligibility Test.

Teacher Eligibility Test Syllabus and Pattern

Teacher Eligibility Test Syllabus and Pattern consists of two papers that includes paper 1 and paper 2.

UGC NET JRF(Dec 2012) | Check your Results Here

What is UGC?
The University Grants Commission UGC conducts National Eligibility Test (NET) to determine candidates who are eligible for lectureship and to award them Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). This test is conducted only for Indian nationals and also to ensure minimum standards for candidates willing to take up teaching professions and research. This test is conducted in various branches like humanities (languages included), Electronic Science, Social Sciences, Forensic Science and Computer Science and Applications.You can find more information about UGC at official website http://ugcnetonline.in/

Dec 2012 UGC NET JRF Results
Every year the The University Grants Commission (UGC) conducts JRF(Junior Research Fellowship) Exam two times during the months of June and December.The Students who are qualified in the written exam are eligible for junior research fellowship and also eligibility for lectureship in all indian universities and affliated colleges.

How to Check your Dec 2012 UGC NET JRF Results 
Step 1: Click JRF Results to download the List of selected candidates for UGC NET JRF (2012 DEC).And open the pdf file.you will see a large list of selected candidates hallticket numbers.

Step 2:Take your hall-ticket number and press ctrl+F after opening the UGC NET JRF Results Pdf File

Step 3:Paste your hall-ticket number and hit search.If the student is qualified, the number will be highlighted, otherwise the student is not qualified.  

SCRA syllabus 2013


SCRA Syllabus 2013

SCRA Syllabus includes Three major topics

General Ability section includes: 
English- Questions on unseen passages, general vocabulary and grammar are asked. Candidates should also prepare parts of speech, usage of Idioms and notice writing.
General Knowledge- Questions on geography, history, environmental science, economics and Indian Social system are asked.
Psychological Test- This section covers topics such as psychology, reasoning, human memory, behaviour and development.

Physical Sciences section includes: 
Physics- Questions are based on length, velocity and acceleration ,time and mass, Newton's laws, X-rays, friction, mass and weight, temperature, reflection and refraction of light, electric current, magnetic effect, radioactivity and equilibrium.
Chemistry- This section covers topics on physical chemistry – atomic structure and elements as well as organic chemistry.

Mathematics section includes: 
Questions on algebra, trigonometry, integration, differentiation, differential equations, vectors, statistics and probability, matrices and determinants are asked. The questions asked are from the syllabus of Class XI and XII.

SCRA Selection Procedure

The candidates for scra exam are selected on the basis of their scores in written exam conducted on January 20, 2013. The selected candidates have to go through personal interview, personality test and document verification.

Looking for SCRA Applications

The forms for SCRA entrance exam are out in the month of October. Candidates fulfilling the eligibility criteria can apply through online mode from the website www.upsconline.nic.in. For SCRA 2013 exam, the forms had to be filled between October 13, 2012 and November 12, 2012.

SCRA Entrance Exam 2013

Special Class Railway Apprentices SCRA are the candidates selected by the Union Public Service Commission, after a thorough selection process who are then admitted to the undergraduate program in Mechanical Engineering at the Indian Railways Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Jamalpur. Every year more than 1.5 lakh candidates appear for a SCRA entrance exam conducted by UPSC. After the completion of their training, those apprentices are absorbed into the highest level leadership program in the railway organization.

CPF preparation books for common police force exams 2013

CPF preparation books

There are many books written on CPF examination. These books include detailed syllabus, test pattern, question papers and mock tests for preparation. Some of the well known CPF preparation books are listed below:
1)    CPF: Central Police Forces Assistant Commiandants Exam (Paper 1)- This book is written by R Gupta’s and published by the Ramesh publishing House. This is an excellent guide for candidates preparing for CPF exam.
2)    CPF Assistant Commandant Exam: This book is written and published by Expert compilations and provides all the information required for CPF Exam preparation.

Union Public Service Commission conducts CPF (Central Police Forces) examination to recruit candidates to the central police forces

CPF examination is held in accordance with the rules for the examination published by Ministry of Home Affairs. UPSC conducts this examination every year and recruitment is done under five main categories:

1)    Border Security Force(BSF)
2)    Central Reserve Police Force(CRPF)
3)    Central Industrial Security Force(CISF)
4)    Indo- Tibetian Border Police(ITBP)
5)    Sashastra Seema Bal(SSB)

ISEET Exam | Indian Science Engineering Eligibility Test 2013

ISEET (Indian Science Engineering Eligibility Test)
A common engineering entrance examination was first proposed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development in February 2010 as a common medium for common admission into professional institutions in the country. The test proposed to replace Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE) and the All India Engineering Entrance Examination, was Indian Science Engineering Eligibility Test (ISEET). This exam plans to cover admissions to centrally-funded institutions, including the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs) and other deemed universities. The exam has been introduced on 20 May 2012, and is held in many languages.
The exam is held in the month of March or April. The duration of Indian Science Engineering Eligibility Test (ISEET), Main and Advance is of three hours each. Both the tests are held on the same day.

Colleges under ISEET
The colleges that consider Indian Science Engineering Eligibility Test (ISEET) are:
15 Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs),
30 National Institutes of Technology (NITs).
5 Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs),
5 Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs)
And few deemed universities which come under the purview of the HRD Ministry.
Number of seats available for admission:
15 IITs + IT- BHU + ISMU Dhanbad – 10,000+ seats
30 NITs – 20,000+ seats
5 IIITs – 2,000+ seats
6 IISERs + IISc – 2,500+ seats
IIST + ISI – 500+ seats
Other Deemed Universities (National Level) – 5,000+ seats
State Level Colleges – 5,00,000+ seats

ISEET Exam Syllabus
ISEET Main Exam includes:
This is an objective type question based examination with following topics:
Logical Reasoning
Critical Reasoning
ISEET Advance Exam includes:
Advance exam will have the syllabus from School Boards. Its difficulty level is kept equal to AIEEE. 30% weightage will be given to the Advance exam while taking admissions. It tests the problem solving abilities of the candidate. It includes:

ISEET Exam Pattern
Duration: 3 hours
Areas Tested: Reading Comprehension and Critical Thinking and Logical Reasoning.
Weightage: 30% minimum
Duration: 3 hours
Areas Tested: Problem Solving Ability in Basic Science Subjects.
Weightage: 30% minimum

ISEET Preparation 
There are various prep books and study materials available in the market for preparation of ISEET exam. All those who are appearing for this exam will have to work on the mentioned subjects – Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Comprehension, Logical Reasoning and Critical Reasoning. To attempt these sections with confidence, you have to acquaint yourself with the kind of questions that you are likely to see in the exam. Practicing them from sample papers or previous year paper can help you a lot in increasing your speed and efficiency from the examination perspective.
1. Good Preparation of board exams is certainly helpful as they help in clarity of your concept that you will implement in the exam.
2. Treat NCERT as a benchmark to test your basics.
3. Help books and practice papers will also help in checking your preparedness.

BITSAT 2013 Preparation Books

To be able to deal with competitors across the country, you must prepare well. There are several books available in the market which can give you a fair idea about your state of preparedness. The best books for BITSAT 2013 preparation are listed below for your ready reference.
Comprehensive Guide to BITSAT (with FREE CD) by Disha Experts
A Complete Success Package for Online BITSAT 2013 by Arihant Experts
BITSAT 2013 Birla Institute of Technology & Science: 12 Practice Papers (With CD) by G.K. Publications

BITSAT preparation books can be divided into 4 major categories for the purpose of exam preparation

BITSAT Mathematics Books 

BITSAT Chemistry Books 

BITSAT Physics Books

BITSAT Reference and Guide Books

All the above categorized books for BITSAT Exam helps students to get good score.These bitsat books can be purchased online at any website in the internet

BITSAT 2013 Syllabus

The BITSAT 2013 test will be conducted on the basis of NCERT syllabus for 11th and 12th class. Candidates may refer to the NCERT textbooks for the contents. A sample test demonstrating the features of BITSAT will be made available to the registered candidates at the BITS website on which he/she can practice as many times as desired.

BITSAT 2013 Application Form

The application forms for BITSAT are out in the month of January, for which submissions had to be made till February 15, 2013. The test centre allotment was announced on February 25, 2013. The applicants can reserve a suitable date of test from March 1 – 20, 2013. The admit cards can be downloaded from April 15 – 30, 2013 and the test will finally be held from May 14 – June 1, 2013 on the date chosen by the candidate.

What is BITSAT

Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani conducts Birla Institute of Technology & Science Admission Test BITSAT. BITSAT is an online entrance test conducted for admission to integrated first year degree programmes of BITS Pilani at their campuses at Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad for the academic year 2013-14. The Programmes are offered in: B E (Hons), B Pharm. (Hons), M Sc (Hons) and M Sc (Tech).

Search Here For GATE Results 2013 | Date Announced on15th March 2013

GATE 2013 Results 

Finally Gate Exam 2013 Results are about to release on 15th March 2013.Students are anxiously waiting for the results.We wish all the best for the students.you can check your GATE EXAM 2013 Results here

NDA Exam 2013 Pattern

                                                              Pattern of NDA Exam
The subjects of the written examination, the time allowed and the maximum marks allotted to each subject will be as follows:
Mathematics: The exam duration is 2.5 hours, and the paper is of 300 marks
General Ability Test: The duration of the exam is 2.5 hours, and the paper is of 600 marks
The paper has objective multiple choice questions based on nda syllabus. Every negative answer would fetch you negative marks.

NDA Exam Results | Admit Cards 2013

The results for stage-I will be announced in the month of July. The interview for the final admissions will be held in the month of September – October, 2013.

                                                  NDA Exam Admit Card
All candidates who are going to appear in the UPSC NDA- I exam 2013 can download their NDA admit card from the official website in the first week of April 2013. Enter your registration id, name or roll number and you can download the admit card.

NDA Application 2013 Udates


                                                              NDA Application 2013
Union Public Service Commission will conduct National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (NA) Examination 2013 for entry into Army, Navy and Air Force wings of the NDA for the 131st Course, and for the 93rd Indian Naval Academy Course (INAC) commencing from January 2, 2014.

National Defence Academy has 300 seats:
Army: 195 seats
Navy: 39 seats
Air Force: 66 seats
Naval Academy has 55 seats.

Nda Application Form
The Application forms for NDA were out in the month of December 2012 and had to be submitted by January 21, 2013. The exam will be held on Apr 14, 2013.

What is National Defence Academy (NDA)?

The National Defence Academy NDA is the joint services academy of the Indian Armed Forces, where cadets of the three armed forces – Army, Navy and Air Force train together followed by pre-commissioning training in their respective service academies. Located in Khadakwasla near Pune, Maharashtra, it is the first tri-service academy in the world and is rated amongst the best in the world. NDA alumni have led and fought in every major conflict in which the Indian Armed Forces has been called to action since the academy was established.

How to Prepare For IIT JEE 2013

New IIT JEE entrance exam pattern has surely increased the pressure on those who aspire of getting admission to IITs and NITs. Since this examination has a very low admission rate of about 1 in 50, you need to gear yourself to face the tough competition. You can acquaint yourself with the topics that appear in IIT JEE chemistry exam by studying from the IIT JEE chemistry textbooks available on Acadzone. They familiarize you with the topics so that you can apply what you have studied in the tests. There are many education publications that bring out bundles of IIT JEE chemistry textbooks for your reference. You can easily purchase IIT JEE chemistry textbooks online from Acadzone.

                                                IIT JEE Preparation Books
13 Years IIT JEE Solved Objective Questions (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics) by Arihant Publications
34 Years' Solved Paper IIT JEE Chemistry by Cengage Learning India
Aptitude for the JEE/ISEET by Pearson Education
Mathematics for JEE/ISEET: Vectors & 3D Geometry by Cengage Learning

IIT JEE Test Pattern 2013

IIT JEE Test Pattern 2013
The iit jee test pattern contains two question papers, each of three hours duration. Both the question papers consist of three separate sections on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
The questions will be of objective type, designed to test comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability of candidates.
The answers for each of the questions are to be marked on a separate, specially designed, machine-gradable sheet of paper (Optical Response Sheet). While answering each of the questions the candidate is expected to darken the bubble against correct answer using black ball point pen only.
Incorrect answers are negatively marked.

IIT JEE 2013 Application Form | Dates

The IIT JEE application forms are out in the month November. The online registration for test can be made till the month of December. For IIT JEE 2013, the registration closed on December 15, 2012. The exam will be held in the month of April this year. The offline exam is scheduled for April 7, 2013, whereas the offline exam is scheduled to be held on April 8 and April 25, 2013.

JEE Mains Admit Card 2013

The admit cards for JEE (Main) 2013 will be available on its official website www.jeemain.nic.in from March 5, 2013. The applicants are advised to download the admit card and verify their particulars, photo, signature, etc. In case of any discrepancy, they can mark a mail to jeemain@nic.in. Also IIT-JEE Application Forms are available at www.jee.iitb.ac.in/.


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