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ICSE Question Papers 2018:

Table:

1 Art Paper 1 (Drawing or Painting from Still Life)
2 Art Paper 2 (Drawing or Painting from Nature)
3 Art Paper 3 (Original Imaginative Composition in Colour)
4 Art Paper 4 (Applied Art)
5 Commercial Applications
6 Commercial Studies
7 Computer Applications
8 Cookery
9 Economic Applications
10 Economics
11 English Paper 1
12 English Paper 2
13 Environmental Science
14 Hindi
15 History & Civics Paper 1
16 History & Civics Paper 2
17 Home Science
18 Mathematics
19 Physical Education
20 Sanskrit
21 Science Paper 1 (Physics)
22 Science Paper 2 (Chemistry)
23 Science Paper 3 (Biology)
24 Technicial Drawing Applications

Tamil Nadu Class 12 Model Question Paper English March 2016

TAMILNADU BOARD OF HIGHER SECONDARY EDUCATION
MODEL QUESTION PAPER
HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE (STD. XII)
EXAMINATION
MARCH – 2006
ENGLISH PAPER I
(Reader and Linguistic Competencies)
Time : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 100


In your answer-book, use the Arabic numerals (1 to 69) of the question you answer.
Section – A (Vocabulary – Lexical Competencies) (30 Marks)

I. A. Choose the most accurate of the four given contexts which equates with that of the
underlined lexical item in each of the following sentences : 5 x 1 = 5
1. Mahatma Gandhi was a ceaseless crusader of women’s equality,
a. His belief is not based on reason.
b. Mandela fought for the cause of South African Liberty with determination.
c. She told that it was not sufficient,
d. The disease spreads quickly.
2. The sun plays truant for most of the day.
a. In summer the days are mostly warm.
b. The worker often violates the rules of the factory.
c. Truth wins all the time.
d. The children who kept themselves away from school without permission were
punished.
3. The good is oft interred with their bones.
a. We cleaned our house last week.
b. The treasure was found buried in our garden.
c. Rekha fixed a chiming clock on the wall.
d. Garbage should be dumped in the compose pit.
4. “I am no orator as Brutus is” is used with an accent of faint derision.
a. The speaker was happy to address the audience.
b. He took a strong decision to join Engineering course.
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c. The manager’ s order made a mockery of the agreement.
d. The shopkeeper was a kind person.
5. For over five hours the pilot sailed serenely through the lightening sky.
a. We should complete our work quickly
b. The birds chirp cheerfully during spring.
c. Iqbal faced the different situation calmly.
d. Rachel served the company faithfully for a decade.
B. Choose the most accurate of the four given words Opposite to the usage word :
(5 x 1 = 5 Marks)
6. Euphony is one of the most attractive qualities of words.
a) Cacophony
b) Harmony
c) Melody
d) Simplicity
7. The teacher pretended to be indifferent.
a) interested
b) attractive
c) unmindful
d) attentive
8. A mist is formed of infinitesimal particles.
a) Sticky
b) ordinary
c) invisible
d) huge.
9. “Frailty thy name is woman.”
a) sound body.
b) sturdy
c) weakness
d) Fatty
10. The rabbit was eventually caught.
a) incidentally
b) initially
c) finally
d) spectacularly
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C. Answer any TEN of the following : (10 x 2 = 20 Marks)
11. Write your own sentences using the plural forms of ‘index’ or ‘matrix’.
12. Use the idiom ‘to give a piece of mind’ in a sentence of your own.
13. Expand the abbreviation CPU and frame a sentence with the expanded form.
14. We _________ different types of __________ phones in our shop. (Fill in the blanks
with sell; cell)
15. Form a word by blending the words ‘education’ and ‘ entertainment’ and use the blended
word in your own sentence.
16. Syllabify any two words, ‘serenely’, ‘forceps’, ‘efficacy’, ‘crusader’.
17. Write a sentence using the word ‘like’ as a verb and as an adjective.
18. Write a sentence of your own using the American English word for ‘biscuit’.
19. Use the compound word ‘long – forgotten’ in your own sentence.
20. Write a sentence using a word with the prefix ‘un –’ or the suffix ‘ – able’.
21. From Compound words: (a) Noun + Verb (b) Noun + Adjective
22. Write sentences using the phrasal verbs ‘call on’ and ‘call off.
23. Write sentences using the clipped words from ‘microphone’ and ‘demonstration’.
Section – B (Grammatical Competencies) (20 Marks)
II. A. Do as directed: (10 x 1 = 10 Marks)
24. Lawmakers ____________ not be law – breakers. (Use a modal verb)
25. Water ___________(boil) at 100 degree centigrade. (Use the given verb in suitable
form)
26. If you work hard you ___________ (pass) in the examination. (Use the correct tense of
the verb)
27. Show me the book ___________ you bought yesterday. (Use a relative pronoun)
28. Shakespeare, ___________ lived in the 16th century is the greatest dramatist. (Use a
relative pronoun)
29. They continued the match __________ the rain. (Use a phrase / preposition)
30. I__________ (give) them money if I had more (Use the given verb in suitable form)
31. Frame a sentence of the pattern SVO.
32. “Water is first heated in a test tube.” This is an example of ___________ passive voice.
(Write the kind of passive voice)
33. ___________ I reached in time, I was not permitted. (Use a suitable link word)
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B. Transform the following sentences as instructed: (5 x 2 = 10 Marks)
34. Report the dialogue:
Woman : Excuse me. Can you please direct me to the Canara Bank?
Man : Why not ? Turn right and go straight. It’s right behind the police station.
Woman : Thank you.
35. If an angel were to tell me such a thing of her I would not believe it. (Begin with ‘Were’).
36. As there was heavy rain, the match was delayed. (Rewrite as a compound sentence.)
37. Malar had only one pen. She helped Manian. (Combine the sentences using ‘Though’)
38. I forgot my birthday. My teacher greeted me on that day. (Combine the sentences into a
simple sentence)
Section – C (Reading Competencies) (15 Marks)
III. A. Identify each sentence with the field in the list given below, by understanding the
word or words serving as the clue: (5 x 1 = 5 Marks)
39. Sangeetha stumbled upon a chance to practise running a race.
40. Robots are steadily moving from fiction to fact.
41. The Board has recommended a dividend of 75 per cent.
42. An Indian woman was honoured for producing high yielding crops.
43. “Who am I, a mere Prime Minister before the Queen of Songs?”
(Commerce, Music, Sport, Social service, Science)
B. Read the following passage and answer in your own words the questions given below:
(5 x 2 = 10 Marks)
It is not the pride or incivility on either side that keeps us remote from each other. It is simply
our London way. People are so plentiful that they lose their identity… In London men are as
lonely as oysters. Each living in his own shell. We go out in the country to find neighbours. If
the man next door took a cottage a mile away from me in the country, I should probably
know all about him, his affairs, his family, his calling and his habits inside a week. This is not
always so idyllic as it seems. Village life can be poisoned by neighbours until the victim
pines for the solitude of a London street, where neighbours are so plentiful that you are no
more conscious of their individual existence than if they were black berries on a hedge row.
Questions :
44. What keeps people in London remote from each other?
45. How are men described? Why?
46. Why do we seek country life?
47. What is the disadvantage of village life?
48. What can you say in this context about our Interaction with our neighbours?
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Section-D (Writing Competencies) (Prose) (15 Marks)
IV.A. Answer any One of the following questions in a paragraph of about 100 words:
(1 x 5 = 5 Marks)
49. How do you relate ‘ Ahimsa’ and ‘ Satyagraha’ to women?
50. What are essentials for good public speaking?
51. State Gunga Ram’s regard for snakes.
B. Write an essay in about a page of 250 words on any One of the following:
(1 x 10 = 10 Marks)
52. Hiroshima – the victim atomisation.
53. The Magic of Words.
54. Trekking to the Land of Snow.
Section – E (Literary Competencies) (Poetry) (20 Marks)
V. A. Read the following five sets of poetic lines and answer the questions given below
each of them: (6 x 1 = 6 Marks)
(i) “We claim to dwell, in quiet and seclusion,
Beneath the household roof.”
55. Where do women claim to dwell?
(ii) “You cannot rob us the right we cherish.”
56. Who do you think this line is addressed to?
(iii) “Mark”d how to explore the vacant vast surrounding.”
57. Who tried to explore?
(iv) “And voices in me said: If you were a man
you would take a stick and break him now,
And finish him off.”
58. Why did the voice say so?
(v) “Yes; quaint and curious war is!”
59. Who is the speaker?
60. Why is the war quaint and curious?
B. Read the following three sets of lines and answer the questions given below each set
of lines: 3 x 1 = 3 Marks
(i) “O winged seed! You crossed the furrowed seas
To nestle in the warm and silent earth.”
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61. Mention the figure of speech used in these lines,
ii) “Life is real! Life is earnest!
And grave is not the goal:”
62. Write out the words in alliteration in each of the above two lines,
(iii) Tell me not in mournful numbers,
Life is but an empty dream! –
For the soul is dead that slumbers,
And things are not what they seem.
63. Mention the rhyme scheme of these lines?
C. Explain any two of the following sets of lines with reference to the context:
2 x 3 = 6 Marks
64. “Yes; quaint and curious war is
65. “I thought how paltry, how vulgar, what a mean act!
I despised myself and the voices of my accursed human education.”
66. “As humble plants by country hedgerows growing
That treasure up the rain,
And yield in odours, ere the day’s declining,
The gift again;”
D. Write a paragraph on ONE of the following: 1 x 5 = 5 Marks
67. In his poem, “The Psalm of Life”, how does H.W. Longfellow advise us not to judge life
by temporary standards?
68. How does the poet Louisa define “Women’s Rights”?
69. What does the poet convey to the human beings in his poem ‘Snake?’

The PDF Link: http://www.tn.gov.in/schoolsyllabus/blueprint/class12E1EQ.pdf

Dayanand Anglo Vadic University Entrance Examination

DAV University is one of the prestigious University located at Jalandhar district of Punjab. The University was founded in the year 2013 under the control of Aegis Trust. The University controls about more than 800 schools and colleges in India. About 20 lakhs students are been graduated from various Institutions across India. The campus covers about 80 acres of land in Jalandhar .The admission to the University is conducted by through Engineering entrance Examination. It is also a Scholarship test for students. The courses offered are

Civil Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Computer Science and Engineering

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Electronics and Communication Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

DAV University Entrance Exam Eligibility Criteria

Candidates who have completed their 10th and 12th with minimum aggregate of  55% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognized Board/Institution. A relaxation of 5% is provided to SC candidates.

Candidates who are appearing in 12th examination are eligible to apply

The age limit of the candidate must be17 years

Aspirants with compartments in 10th and 12th are not eligible to apply

DAV University Syllabus

The questions framed for the exam will be mainly of Higher Secondary syllabus.The subjects are

Physics

Chemistry

Mathematics

Biology

DAV University Exam Patterns

The exam paper consists of multiple choice questions. The medium of language for the paper is English.The answer should be mentioned in OMR sheet. There are totally 200 questions from the question paper. Each question carries one mark. There is negative marking for each wrong .Students opting Physics, chemistry and Mathematics must attend questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Students opting questions in Physics, Chemistry and Biology must attending questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology

Selected students are called for Counselling process. Documents required at the time of counseling are

Original documents along with one photocopy

Call letter of Counseling

Admit Card

Mark sheet of 10th standard

Mark sheet of 12th standard

One valid Identity proof

Three passport size photos

Transfer Certificate

Conduct Certificate

Candidate who do not submit their documents will be cancelled for the admission process

Candidates who have appeared in IIT JEE will be selected once the seats are left vacant after counseling

Scholarships will be provided to candidates who are top rankers of DAV University Entrance Exam

DAV University , How To Apply 

Log onto the official website

Click on apply online

Fill all mandatory details

Select the test centre

Upload the photo and signature of applicant

Pay the fees of rupees 200/- in the examination centre chosen by the applicant

Using Demand Draft in favour of Principal(examination centre opted by candidate) payable at the district of examination centre

In case of Multicity cheque, it shall be in favour of Registrar, DAV University, Jalandhar

Check for any mistakes

Submit the application

Take a printout for future reference

DAV University Exam Key Instruction

Change in centre is not encouraged

Fees paid will not be refunded

Incomplete application shall be rejected

The exam will be conducted in the month of April every year

Results will be announced in the month of May in official website of University

Download the admit card from official website

Indraprastha University Common Entrance Examination

Indraprastha University Common Entrance Examination is conducted by Guru Gobind Singh University for admission of Engineering courses in the University and to some affiliated colleges under this University. The University was established in the year 1999 and it has been accredited by NAAC with ‘A’ grade .It is located at Delhi spreading over 16 acres of its campus. The  right to conduct and cancel the Common Entrance Exam is been reserved by Indraprastha University .The Entrance Exam conducted for  various Engineering courses for the University are as follows

Civil Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Electronics and Communication Engineering

Information Technology

Mechanical and Automation Engineering

Instrumentation and Control Engineering

Tool Engineering

Environment Engineering

Mechatronics

Power Engineering

Computer Science and Engineering

Indraprastha University Entrance Exam Eligibility Criteria 

Candidates must have completed their 10th and 12th with minimum aggregate of 55% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognized Board/Institution with pattern of CBSE or any equivalent Board. Candidate must have passed English as their main subject and a pass percentage in all subjects separately

Candidates who have completed their three years diploma course with minimum of 60% marks from recognized University/Institution

For M.Tech programmes, candidate who have passed GATE with a score required by the institution are eligible or must attend Common Entrance Test conducted by the University

Candidate must be less than 21 years

Indraprastha University Syllabus

Questions will be framed based on the following subjects namely

Physics

Chemistry

Mathematics

Biology

Indraprastha University Exam Pattern

The exam paper consists of multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

The answers must be mentioned in OMR sheet

There is negative marking for each wrong answer

The time duration for the exam is two and half hours

One mark is reduced for wrong answer

Indraprastha University Counselling Procedure

Selected candidates will be called for counseling process. Original Documents along with photocopies required for counseling process are

10th mark sheet

12th mark sheet

Birth Certificate

Leaving Certificate/College leaving Certificate

Migration Certificate

6 copies of passport and stamp size photos

Copy of DD

Hall Ticket and Rank card

Enter the 12th marking immediately for registration

Indraprastha University , How To Apply

Log onto the official website www.ipu.ac.in

Click on online application

Fill all the mandatory details

Upload the photo and signature of the applicant

Select the test centre

Pay the exam fees of Rupees 1000/- either through Credit card/Debit card or Net banking

Check for any errors

If any correction of errors,candidate must submit the appropriate application form with extra processing fees of Rupees 500/- to

Reception

Examination Division

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University

Delhi

Submit the application

Take the printout for future reference

Indraprastha University Entrance  Key Instruction 

Provide valid email address and phone number for further communication

Exam will be conducted in the month of April/May every year

Results will be declared in the official website

Download the  two copies of admit card from the official website. One for Invigilator and another for student and attach passport size photo along with the admit card

Change in test centre is not encouraged

If the preferred test centre is not allocated, then the centre will be Delhi

Indraprastha University Test Center

Ambala

Bangalore

Bhopal

Chandigarh

Dehradun

Delhi

Hyderabad

Indore

Jaipur

Jalandar

Kolkata

Lucknow

Udaipur

Siligiri

Varanasi

 

 

Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers Exam (AMIE)

Institution of Engineers Exam

Associate Membership of Institution of Engineers Exam is engineering entrance exam conducted by Central Government, State Government and By Union Public Service Commission for Diploma and Engineering candidates. The exam is held twice in a year for candidates seeking degree in Engineering without college and attendance and less expensive compared to other engineering colleges. The courses offered for Engineering Streams are;

  • Architectural EngineeringAssociate Membership of Institution of Engineers Exam
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Materials and Metallurgical Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Production Engineering
  • Textile Engineering

Eligibility

Candidate who have completed 10th and 12th with physics, chemistry and Mathematics as the subjects with minimum 45% aggregate for all subjects. Candidate who have passed 3 year diploma course from a recognized University/Institution are eligible to apply. There is no mark restriction for diploma holders. The candidate with Automobile Engineering as main in diploma can pursue any other stream like information Technology in AMIE.

Syllabus

The syllabus is somewhat similar to Engineering syllabus. The candidates have to attend two sections. The students who have completed or passed all subjects in Section A can attend the Section B. Section A is just fundamentals of Engineering while Section B gives more knowledge about the stream. Diploma holders have to study 4 subjects in Section A while others have to study 10 subjects in Section A which are all compulsory subjects. Section B candidate have to pass in 9 subjects for both diploma and non diploma holders. The candidate have to do lab experiments and project work.

Exam Pattern

The exam paper is of written type. The time duration is of three hours. The lab and project work papers, the candidate have to attend viva. Registered candidate are alone subjected to write the exam. There is time limit for the completion of papers in both sections which is 6 years. The candidate can pass the papers as early as possible. No extension is provided to candidate. If they are not able to pass within the stipulated time, they have to start as afresh candidate to complete all the exams including the papers they have already completed. The marks will be calculated only based on the project work and lab practical along with Section B subjects.

How to Apply

  • Log onto the official website
  • Download the application form
  • Fill all the mandatory details by the candidate himself or herself
  • Attach the photo of the candidate
  • Select the examination centre and code
  • Change in examination centre is not advisable
  • Payment must be made by Demand Draft in favour of The Institution of Engineers payable at Kolkata
  • Candidate whose name id not available at List of Candidates are not allowed to attend the examination
  • The candidate has to submit the following documents along with the application
  • Original and Attested copies of mark sheets and certificates
  • Proof of Date of Birth
  • Provisional Pass Certificate

Send all the above mentioned to following address;

Secretary & Director General,

The Institution of Engineers (India),

8 Gokhale Road,

Kolkata – 700020.

Associate Membership of Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Exam (IETE)

Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication (IETE):

Associate Membership of Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Exam is one of the Graduate level exams which is mainly organized by Ministry of Human Resource and Development and Union Public Service Commission for various Superior posts in Central Government. The Exam is recognized Institute of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers (IETE)by Universities, Institutions and abroad Universities. The main streams under this examination are Electronics and Telecommunication, Computer Science and Information Technology. The candidates who have experience in various field are given more preference. The exam is held twice every year.

Eligibility

Candidate who have passed 10th and 12th in Physics, chemistry and Mathematics or candidates who are completed 3 years diploma degree with minimum percentage are eligible. The candidates with working experience are also eligible. The candidate studying for higher qualification in physics, computer, electrical and electronic field are eligible. Candidate willing to apply studentship must be less than 16 or 18 years. Candidate must enroll themselves as a student before attending the examination. The membership will be valid till the next 10 progressive exams. Students can renew their membership if they are not able to complete their examination within the time period. The renewal is done only once. If they have to renew again then the candidate is considered as fresh enrollment.

Exam Pattern

The candidate has two attend exam .The written test is conducted as two sections with 20 compulsory papers and a project work. The section A consists of two parts. Part A and Part B consist of six and five papers respectively. The section B consists of two parts of five papers and four papers with two compulsory subjects and two elective subjects respectively. This section consists of Project Work also. The candidates who have completed atleast seven papers with50 % aggregate are selected for next section. The candidate who has completed atleast 14 papers can continue the project work. The candidate has to appear for Laboratory practices I and II. To appear in lab practice I atleast if they have completed 7 papers with 50% aggregate and minimum practices and training in their respective field. For appearing in lab practice II if they have completed atleast 14 papers with minimum aggregate of 50%.

The project work can be submitted if the candidate has completed all the 14 compulsory papers.

The candidate will be provided a certificate from AMIETE if they have completed their examination along with their lab practices and project work. The candidate will have to attend viva for both lab and project work.

Syllabus

The candidates have to visit their respective website for the syllabus.

How to Apply

  • Log onto the official website
  • Candidate has to download the application form
  • Fill all the details
  • Attach the photo along with the application
  • Attested copies of the mark sheets have to send along with the application. No original certificates are required.
  • Mention the examination centre and code clearly
  • Change in examination centre is not encouraged
  • Pay the fees by Demand Draft in favour of Secretary General, IETE payable at New Delhi. Name and Application Number must be mentioned in the backside of the draft

The application must be send to the following address;

The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers

2, Institutional Area, Lodi Road,

New Delhi-110 003

Annamalai University Engineering Entrance Examination (AUEEE)

Annamalai University Engineering Entrance Exam and Admission

Annamalai University is one of the ancient University which was started in the year 1929.Around 80 years of its education process, the Institution has attained its University status. The University has currently 49 departments in all streams and about 2700 students are been studying. The students shall be provided with all facilities inside the campus with library, conference hall, distance education, campus recruitment programmes. The University has International campus in Canada, Dubai, Sharjah and Muscat. There are several affiliated colleges under this University. Thousands of students are graduated as well as recruited from this University. The admission for Engineering is conducted through engineering entrance exam for following branches;Annamalai University Engineering Entrance Exam

  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • B.Sc Agriculture
  • B.Sc Horticulture
  • Civil and Structural Engineering

Eligibility

  • Candidate must be the citizen of India
  • Candidates from other countries must submit their proof of their residence
  • Candidate must have passed 10th and 12th with a minimum aggregate of 60% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
  • Candidates who have completed their schooling in another State must present their Nativity Certificate 
  • Candidates who are waiting for their results are eligible to apply

Syllabus

The candidate must cover all the subjects mainly Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from the Higher Secondary Education portions.

Exam Pattern

The exam paper consists of 120 objective type questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics .Each subject consists of 40 questions each. Each correct answer is awarded one mark while one mark is reduced for wrong answer. The time duration is 120 minutes. The marks allotted are 200. A rank list is prepared from marks scored by the candidate. The selected candidates are called for the counseling process;

  • The counseling will be held at Annamalai Nagar, Chidambaram
  • The counseling date will be announced in official website
  • The candidate who do not attend the Counseling will be rejected from the admission
  • If there is any valid reason for absence of the candidate, the guardian or parents can attend the counseling but a authorization letter must be submitted.
  • Selection of the stream once allotted cannot be changed
  • Change in marks is done by revaluation; the candidate will be intimated with new counseling date

The candidate must submit the following documents;

  • Admit card
  • 10th and 12th mark sheet
  • Proof of date of birth
  • Caste certificate if necessary

The candidate’s have to pay a counseling fee of Rs 2000/- Demand Draft in favour of The Registrar, Annamalai University payable at Chennai at the admission time

For SC/ST candidate the counseling fees is Rs 500/-

How to Apply

  • Log onto the official website
  • The exam will be conducted in offline mode
  • Fill all the mandatory details
  • Upload the photo and signature of the candidate
  • Pay the entrance fees using credit/debit cards or net banking
  • Check the application for any mistakes
  • Submit the application
  • Take a printout for future reference

Offline Mode

  • Download the application form
  • Fill all the details by the candidate himself/herself
  • Attach the photo of the candidate
  • The entrance fees for the candidate is,
  • Rs 400/- for SC/ST
  • Rs 800/- for General Category
  • Pay the entrance fees using Demand draft in favour of The Registrar, Annamalai University payable at Chennai

The application must be sent to the following address;

The Registrar

Annamalai University

Annamalai Nagar, Chidambaram

Cuddalore District, Tamil Nadu

Amrita Engineering Entrance Examination (AEEE)

AMRITA ENGINEERING ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

Amrita Engineering College is one of the best colleges in India. The campus of the institution is located at five places Amritapuri (kollam), Kochi, Bangalore, Coimbatore and Mysore. The institution contains programs and researches in various fields like Medical, Engineering, Management, Science and Education, Mass Communication and Social Work. About 15,000 students are been studying across all these campuses. It attained its University status in the year 1956 by UGC. The headquarters of the University is located at Coimbatore. The University has accredited with ‘A’ grade by the NAAC. The admission for the University is conducted by entrance test. The test is mainly conducted for engineering stream. The branches for which the entrance test is done are;Amrita Engineering Entrance Exam

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Eligibility

Aspirants who have completed 10th and 12th with minimum aggregate of 60% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in any of the following board of education State board, CBSE or any other education departments are eligible. Candidate who have completed three year diploma courses in their respective branches with minimum 60% aggregate are eligible to apply. Candidates who are waiting for their results are eligible. Candidates must have 17 years at the time of admission

Exam Pattern

The exam paper consists of 120 multiple choice questions. Each question carries three marks each. One mark will be reduced for each wrong answer. The questions allotted for the following subjects are;

  • Physics: 30 questions
  • Chemistry: 30 questions
  • Mathematics: 40 questions

The Marks allotted are 120, 90 and 90 respectively. The candidates who have shortlisted from the entrance exam have to attend the counseling. The time duration for the exam is two and half hours. The examination is of two types;

  1. Computer based Exam
  2. Pen and Paper based Exam

For the exams, the candidate has to select two examination centres. The hall tickets can be downloaded by providing application number and Date of Birth. The candidates attending the counseling has to submit the following documents;

  • Recent passport size photos
  • 10th and 12th mark sheet
  • Caste certificate if needed
  • Hall tickets of 12th examination and Amrita entrance examination
  • Proof of Date of Birth
  • Original shall be submitted at the time of counseling else the candidate will not be able to attend the counseling
  • Counseling charge is Rs 5000/- which is non refundable

Syllabus

The exam syllabus is to cover all the subjects as per Higher Secondary level.

How to Apply

  • Log onto the official website
  • Create a profile in Amrita Admission portal
  • Fill all the mandatory details
  • Select the mode of examination, test centre and test date
  • Confirm all details
  • Upload the candidate photograph and signature
  • Elect the mode of payment for online pay Rs 1000/.using Net banking, credit/debit cards. In case of offline through Demand draft, in favour of  Amrita School of Engineering payable at Coimbatore
  • In case of online take the printout for future reference
  • There is no option of changing the examination center or counseling process

In case of offline mode, print the application form and send it along with the demand draft to following address;

Admission Coordinator,

Amrita School of Engineering

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham,

Amritanagar, Coimbatore – 641112

Tamil Nadu, India.

SRM Engineering Entrance Examination (SRMEEE)

SRM ENGINEERING ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

SRM University is one of the top best University in India. The University is located at Chennai. The Campus is spread over an area of 250 acres. The campuses are located at Kattankulathur, Ramapuram, NCR and Delhi. The main campus is at Kattankulathur of around 42 blocks for different branches. Every year about 25,000 students are moved to different countries with their academics. An admission for the University is based on SRM Engineering Entrance Examination for various disciplines in Engineering Course.

EligibilitySRM University

  • The age limit of the candidate must be before 21 years. The aspirant must have passed 10 + 2 with a minimum 70 % in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
  • The aspirants who have applied for Bioinformatics, Biomedical and Instrumentation Engineering, Bioprocess Engineering, Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering must have a 60% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
  • The aspirants who have applied for B.Arch must have passed English and Mathematics with 70% and have to pass the aptitude test with 40% which is also a part of the Entrance examination.
  • The candidate must have studied in Indian School and a resident of India.

Syllabus

  The syllabus is of 12th standard .The candidate has to cover Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology based on their respective branch.

Exam pattern

 The subjects are Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology with 35, 35, 35 and 50 questions with a score of 105 for each subject. There is penalty for each wrong answer. One mark will be reduced in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.0.7 marks is reduced for Biology. The questions are objective type questions. The question paper will be set in English only. The admission is based on the marks scored in the entrance exam.

The exam is mostly held in the month of April/May every year. The centre for the entrance is held in major districts of India.

The results are announced in the second week of May.

How to Apply

  • Log onto the official website
  • Fill all the necessary details in the application
  • Upload the photo and signature of the candidate
  • Select the discipline in the engineering
  • Select the campus
  • Select the test centre for the entrance exam
  • Pay the entrance fees using credit/debit cards, net banking, bank challan
  • Recheck the form for any errors
  • Agree to declaration
  • Submit the application
  • Take the printout for future reference

 

Bharath University Entrance Exams Notification

BHARATH UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

 Bharath University is one of the top most University in Tamil Nadu .The institute has attained University status in the year 2003 granted by University Grants Commission. The institute was first named as Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research. The various campuses are Chennai, Puducherry and Ooty. The main campus is located at Chennai. The main attraction is that all the blocks of the University is deigned and developed by the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture. Due to this reason, the University is well versed in its teaching and other extra curricular activities. The institute consists of all facilities with library, hostels, auditorium, transport, recreation centres. The admission is based on the entrance test conducted by the University.

EligibilityBharath University

  • Aspirant must be the citizen of India
  • Aspirant must have studied in any of the Indian schools
  • Candidate must have passed 10th and 12th with minimum 60% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Biology
  • For SC/ST candidate, they must have passed 10th and 12th with minimum aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics
  • Candidates who have taken the Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are eligible for all courses
  • The subjects Physics, Chemistry and Biology are eligible for the courses Bio Medical Engineering, Biotechnology, Bio engineering, Industrial Biotechnology
  • The candidates who are appearing current year for Board exam are eligible to apply
  • For lateral Entry candidates, the aspirants must have passed 3 year in diploma course are eligible to apply

Syllabus

Candidate must cover all the subjects of Higher Secondary level.

Exam Pattern

The question paper consists of questions from following subjects. The marks allotted are given below;

  • English                 10
  • Physics                 30 
  • Chemistry            30
  • Mathematics       30
  • Biology                 30

 Each question carries one mark each. There is no negative marking. Biology subject is to the students preferring for the Biomedical, Biotechnology courses. The total marks allotted are 100. The students who are shortlisted from the exam are called for counseling process.

 During counseling process, the candidate will be allotted with their seats. The candidate have to login into their account to download the seat allotment number. The candidate has to report to the institute to verify all the documents stated below;

  • 10th and 12th mark sheet
  • Three passport size photos
  • Caste certificate if needed
  • Admit card
  • Proof of age or date of birth
  • Character certificate
  • Candidate has to pay their counseling fees through online or offline mode to the institute.

How to Apply

  • Log onto the official website www.bharathuniv.ac.in
  • Click onto the new user
  • Fill all the details
  • Then the candidate will receive a User ID and password through mail or mobile number
  • Candidate must provide valid email and mobile number
  • Then login using these details
  • Fill all the fields
  • Upload the photo and signature of the candidate
  • Select the examination centre
  • Pay the fees of Rs 900/- using credit/debit card or net banking
  • Through offline mode candidate must pay using Demand Draft in favor of Bharath University Payable at Chennai
  • Recheck all the details
  • Submit the application
  • Take a printout for future reference

Scholarship details

  • Candidate under Top 50 rank holders in BEEE have granted 100 % tution fees a scholarship
  • Students who are state toppers and with more than 95% above marks are granted 100% tuition fees as scholarship
  • Rank holders between 51-150 in BEEE are granted 50% tuition fees as scholarship
  • Rank holders between 151-250 in BEEE are granted 25% tuition fees a scholarship
  • Scholarship will be granted to IIT/JEEE and State entrance exam based on their rank list.
  • Sport quota candidates who are national and international level champions are also eligible for scholarships