Medical Entrance Exams 2013 After Supreme Court Verdict on NEET

NEET has been in news lately after the Supreme Court, in December, gave permission to all the private medical colleges across the country to conduct their own entrance test for admission to under-graduate courses for the academic year 2013-14. Later, after the challenges by the Medical Association of India, an order was passed disallowing private colleges from conducting their own exam, while allowing the centre to go ahead with its National Eligibility and Entrance Test. Due to this; the private medical colleges have challenged the NEET.

The level of competition in the medical entrance exam 2013 will be pretty high, considering the fact that these exams will be held at an all India level. One must be prepared to face the competition. Therefore, it becomes important to know the type of questions that are asked in the exam. You can familiarize yourself with the topics covered in NEET or MBBS exams by studying from the subject reference books. By doing this, you can even apply what you have studied, aptly. There are many education publications that bring out bundles of medical entrance reference books. You can check out our complete collection on Acadzone.

Medical Entrance Exams 2013 Pattern and Application Forms

Medical Entrance Exams 2013

AIIMS MBBS Medical entrance exam 2013 is scheduled to be held on June 1, 2013. NEET exam at under graduate level is declared by the Government of India and will be held on May 5, 2013 across India for the first time. Wherein, NEET for postgraduate courses such as MD/MS/Diploma have been held online on November 23 – December 6, 2012.

Medical Entrance Exams Application Forms
The forms for AIIMS MBBS are out on February 25. The registration ends on March 24. The application forms for NEET UG 2013 were out in the month of December last year. The registration closed in January. 

Medical Entrance Exams Pattern
The Medical Council of India (MCI) has decided that the NEET 2012 exam will contain 180 questions to be attempted in 180 minutes. The test will be divided in 4 sections – physics, chemistry, botany and zoology. Each section will have 45 questions in both English and Hindi.

Rimc(Dehradun) Exam,Syllabus and Application forrm for Admission

Rashtriya Indian Military College is an Inter Services Institute and a Category A establishment of the Ministry of Defence along with institutions like National Defence Academy, Khadakvasla, Officers' Training Academy, Chennai, and Indian Military Academy, Dehradun. The college educates young boys of 11 ½ to 18 years of age specially selected through an all India competitive examination. This college aims to send maximum boys to the NDA/NAVAC and therefore lays emphasis on all round personality development along with education. However, in case any student doesn’t join NDA, RIMC provides five years of academic course, through which he attains enough academic proficiency to get admission in professional or any other college in the country.

RIMC Exam Eligibility
Only 25 Cadets are admitted every 6 months in Rashtriya Indian Military Academy. Candidates should not be less than 11 ½ years and more than 13 years of age as on 01 Jan and 01 July of the term they join. Admissions are made to Class VIII only. The applicant must be a student of class VII or above in a recognized school at the time of joining. RIMC application forms are to be submitted to respective State governments.

The examination for admission to the Rashtriya Indian Military College (RIMC), Dehradun is held at the Shree Shivaji Preparatory Military School in Pune in the month of December. Only boys are eligible to appear for the exam.
The RIMC exam is divided into two phases:
Written Exam: Questions are based on English, Mathematics and General Knowledge. Candidates can write the answers to general knowledge and Mathematics subjects either in English or Hindi. Interviews: Candidates successful in written exam have to appear for the personal interview rounds in the month of April and October.

RIMC Exam Syllabus
Written examination comprises of questions in
English - 125 marks
Mathematics - 200 marks
General Knowledge - 75 marks
Successful candidates are then called for Viva - Voce test - 50 marks.
Those who qualify these two phases are sent for medical examinations and the ones who clear are invited to join.

RIMC 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 RIMC preparation are listed below for your ready reference.
R Gupta's RIMC Entrance Exam Guide by Ramesh Publishing House
RIMC Admission Test (For Class VIII) All India Entrance Examination by Arihant

RBI Recruitment 2013

Reserve Bank of India, the most prestigious financial institutions of the country controls the country’s monetary schemes. This bank is the controlling authority for banking and finance for the Government of India.
This bank is always in search of skilled candidates to be a part of it and help in achieving the organisational goal of protecting Indian economic scenario. The Reserve Bank of India Service Board conducts all the recruitment exams to hire candidates for operational profiles such as Specialist Officers, Chartered Accountants, and IT Officers along with the clerical cadres.

RBI Exam 2013

RBI exam 2013 is conducted for the post of Legal Officer to handle all the legal issues of bank. Candidates having knowledge of law and banking sectors are thus required. Online and offline applications were invited only from Indian citizens.
Sr. No. Name Of Post Number Of Post
1. Legal Officer (Grade B) 04
2. OBC                             02
Total Number of Vacancies 06

Preparation Tips for the post of Legal Officer

There are many books available in the market.Students can also refer online for various RBI Exam Preparation Books.Some websites provide complete information about RBI Exams which include rbi syllabus,rbi application forms and preparation tips.Refering online for information is the best strategy for the students

PSU Recruitment 2013 | PSU Job Selection Procedure Using Gate Score

PSU (Public Sector Units) exam 2013
Latest recruitment procedure for PSU (Public Sector Units) exam 2013 require gate score.Now Many Public Sector Units (PSUs) consider the score of GATE exam for employment screening purposes. The online GATE exam is conducted in the month of January and the offline GATE exam in February. The application forms for this exam were out in the month of September 2012. The candidates received their registration numbers by the mid of December. Those candidates who clear the written exam will be called for the interview rounds and the shortlisted ones for medical examination.

PSU Exam Syllabus

The PSU exam pattern varies from company to company under PSU (Public Sector Undertakings). There are 200 questions to answer in about 2.5 hours. While a correct answer fetches you 1 mark, deduction of 0.25 marks id made for every wrong answer.
The test comprises of 75% of technical questions and 25% of questions on General aptitude and English. The selection process is done in three stages:
Stage 1: Written test
Stage 2: Interview and Group Discussion
Stage 3: Medical Examination
The Syllabus of written test covers:
1. About 120 technical questions usually from the engineering subjects covered in graduation.
2. English & Reading Comprehension includes questions on English vocabulary and grammar
3. General awareness and current affairs
4. Aptitude and Quantitative reasoning

Books for Psu Exams

There are various public sector units like ONGC, MTNL, DRDO, NTPC, MRPL, BEML, HAL, BARC, BSNL, SAIL for which PSU Exam is conducted.The books for psu exams are categorized for various public sector units.Students can select the book of their choice for the purpose of preparation.

Olympiad Exam

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts National Informatics Olympiad in collaboration with the Indian Association of Research in Computing Science (IARCS), Mumbai. This examination is conducted across the country and even abroad. The examination is open for all students between class 8th to 12th studying in CBSE schools and is also open for other students. The goal of this exam is to identify school students who have excellent skills in programming and algorithms. The examination is held in two stages and is open to all the students of classes VIII to XII studying in CBSE schools as well as other boards. The first stage examination consisting of the Zonal Informatics Olympiad is held in the month of November. The written examination tests the aptitude of the students, their logical competence, problem-solving skills, and critical thinking. The candidates who qualify in the first stage examination appear for the second stage examination held in January next year, which is based on programming skills. Selected candidates are then called for intensive training for the final selection of the candidates for the International Olympiad.

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