Sangrur District of Punjab at a Glance

About Sangrur DistrictSangrur District :

The district of Sangrur was formed in 1948. The name of the district from its headquarters, Sangrur, said to be have founded by one Sanghu, a Jat, about 400 years back. The Sangrur District as of today comprises parts of a few erstwhile distinct administrative units, the Philkian States if Jind, Nabha and Patiala: the Mohammadan State of Malerkotla; and some parts of then district of Ludhiana. It is interesting to note that Sangrur itself was earlier a part of Nabha State. History of the district is, therefore, complicated, although it is traceable through its various components. In brief, history of the district is given as under.

The excavations carried out by the Archeological Department, Punjab, at the various places of Malerkotla Tehsil of Sangrur District, give sufficient proof that the district is quite rich in ancient history. From the close of scrutiny of the available data, the researchers have traced the ancient history of the district from the pre-harappan period. Almost the whole of the excavated places fall in Malerkotla Tehsil of the Sangrur Deistrict. The important sites so far excavated in the Malerkotla Tehsil are as under

District at a Glance :

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Tourist Places :

Akoi :

Situated in the Sangrur Tehsil on the Malerkotla-Sangrur road, village Akoi lies about 5 km north of Sangrur, the district headquarters.

In the village, there is a gurudwara said to be associated -with the visits of Guru Nanak Dev, Guru Hargobind and Guru Tegh Bahadur, the first, sixth and ninth Sikh Gurus respectively. It is said that Guru Nanak Dev visited this place after visiting Nankiana. The sixth Guru, Guru Hargobind also stayed here about seven months. He blessed the place that milk will be available here in abundance, and his words are proving true. Guru Tegh Bahadur, the ninth Sikh Guru is also said to have visited this place on the way to Delhi.

Maharaja Hira Singh of erstwhile princely state of Nabha, constructed the building of the gurudwara. This old building is being demolished and the new one is coming up. Three hundred and twenty-five bighas of land in Khilrian, Badrukhan and Akoi villages belongs to the garudwara.

The village has a primary school, a primary health centre and a veterinary dispensary. A Government poultry farm is also functioning in the village.

The inhabitants of the village are mostly Khangoora Jats.

Badrukhan :

Badrukhan is about 5 km from Sangrur, the district heaquarters, on Sangrur-Barnala road. There are two versions about the nomenclature of the village. One is that it was named after Badru, a pandit of this village, by Raja Gajpat Singh. Another version, which is more believable is that when Raja Gajpat Singh took control of these villges,(Vada Agwarh, Vichla Agwarh, Dalamwal, Dhaliwas and Thagan wali Patti) at that time very big trees Rukh were standing here on the basis of which it came to be called Badrukhan Bade rukhan

The present village Badrukhan consists of five small villages, which, daring the times of Raja Gajpat Singh, were amalgamated and came to be known as Badrukhan. Prior to it, these villages were in Badbar thana and were being ruled by Nawab of Malerkotla. The residents of these villages were feeling insecure on account of the dacoities committed by Muslims. The leaders of these five villages, under the leadership of Pandit Badru, approached Gajpat Singh, the Maharaja of Jind, for their security and gave him 1700 bighas of land. Maharaja Gajpat Singh amalgamated these villages and named it Badrukhan. In 1763, when Gajpat Singh captured the town of Jind, Badrukhan was made the capital of Jind State. He also built the fort here.

Badrukhan is believed to be the birth place of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Raj Kaur,daughter of Gajpat Singh gave birth of Maharaja Ranjit Singh on 13 November 1780 here. Maharaja Hira Singh of Nabha was also born here, Lieutenant General (Retd.) Harbaksh Singh (Vir Chakra). Major General Gurbaksh Singh (DSO and OBE)-and Major Rajnit Singh also belong to this

In the village, there exists a smadh of Baba Guddar Shah who is said to have taken out the body of Raj Kaur, daughter of Maharaja Gajpat Singh buried in the large earthen vessel. Maharaja Gajpat Singh distributed large sweet thick cake of bread. Every year on the anniversary of Baba Guddar Shah, large sweet thick bread is baked and distributed as prasad.

The village has a Government high school, a 4-bedded subsidiary health centre and a post office

Bagrian :

Situated on the Malerkotla-Nabha road, Bagrian lies about 18 km south-east of Malerkotla, Though now in Malerkotla. Tehsil, it was not a part of the Malerkotla Princely State but was being ruled by the British. Bagrian was given to Bhais of the village by Bhikhan Khan, the Raw of Materkotla State, but it was captured by Britishers as the Sikhs of Bagrian were not in favour of the British

There is a fort at Bagrian which was built by S. Arjan Singh in the begining of the 20th-century. The Bhais still run langar (free kitchen) hen daily; This tradition of langer was started from the time of Sri Hargobind the sixth Guru. For the preparation of langar wet fuel is used. It is said that the sixth Guru blessed that even wet fuel would work.

ln the fort a gurudwara has been built whose design and size is that of Golden Temple.

At Bagrian, an industrial unit, namely ‘Bagrian Shoes’ for the manu facture of shoes is being set up, in the large-scale sector.

Bhawanigarh :

Situated at a distance of 19 km east of Sangrur, the district headquarters, on the Patiala-Sangrur road, Bhawanigarh is a sub-tehsil of the Sangrur Tehsil. It is also connected by road with Chandigarh (102 km), Patiala (37 km), Nabha (16 km) and Sunam {28 km).

Bhawanigarh was originally known as Dhodan, the name having been lent to it by Jats of Dhodan, a sub-clan of Bajha clan or got. Prior to independence, it was tehsil headquarters of Karamgarh Nizamat of Patiala Princely State.

As tradition has it, a sheep at the shrine of goddess Bhawani defended itself against two wolves, during the days of Baba Ala Singh who was prevailed upon by a sadhu to build on the spot a fort and name it Bhawanigarh. The fort was constructed in 1754.

There are a government higher secondary school for girls, a government high school for boys. A degree college and 4-bedded primary health centre at Bhawanigarh.

A class III Municipal Committee is functioning in the town since 1945

AIPMT 2015 Preparation Tips

With the dates for AIPMT 2015 being declared as 3rd May 2015. The All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Examination 2015 shall be conducted by the CBSE and the date has been now released. The date fixed for the AIPMT 2015 is 3rd May 2015 and the exam shall be held across the county except Jammu & Kashmir and Andhra Pradesh. The entrance exam is considered to be the gateway for BDS and MBBS courses and the scores of AIPMT shall fetch the aspirants, seats in various Government Medical/Dental Colleges across the country.

AIPMT 2015 EXAM PATTERN: 

 

Questions: Time
Allowed:
Marking
Procedure:
Question
Booklet:
AIPMT 2015 question paper consists a total of 180 Questions
of objective type with multiple choices. Each of the subjects (Chemistry,
Physics and Mathematics) shall carry 45 questions.
3 hours shall be allotted to complete the AIPMT 2015 Exam Every correct shall be awarded with 4 marks and every wrong
answer shall be deducting 1 mark.
AIPMT 2015 Question Booklet shall carry 4 sets and each of the
booklets shall be in English as well as Hindi. The candidates are supposed to
choose their own choice of language while filling the AIPMT 2015 application
form.

APIMT 2015 SYLLABUS

The general standard of the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) entrance test 2015 shall be that of class 12th and the syllabus set shall be as per the class 12 syllabus.

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AIPMT PAPER ANALYSIS

PHYSICS (Break-up in %)

125 

CHEMISTRY (Break-up in %)

126

BOTANY (Break-up in %)

127

 

ZOOLOGY (Break-up in %)

128

AIMPMT PREVIOUS YEARS QUESTIONPAPER ANALYSIS

Difficulty levels of last three years AIPMT Papers:

Year Physics Chemistry Biology
2013 Average difficulty Average toughness, The questions from Physical Chemistry were more of conceptual and calculation based Higherdifficulty levelin comparison to that of 2012 AIPMT Question paper
2012 Much easierincomparison to that of 2011 AIPMT Question paper Average difficulty level but tricky questions Moderatedifficulty level
2011 Little trickyand above averagedifficulty level Increased difficulty in comparison to that of 2010 AIPMT Question paper Averagedifficulty level

AIPMT 2015 PREPARATION TIPS

  • Have thorough understanding of the syllabus and make sure you complete the entire syllabus and no topicsfrom the syllabus shall be missed out from preparation.
  • Note down all the important formula of mathematics and chemistry separately and get along with them during the last minute preparation. By noting these formulas separately you can also refer them at any point while practicing the numerical.
  • Planning strategically can help a lot while preparing for the AIPMT, keep sufficient time for the revision and group discussion with friends. It helps you boost your confidence and also makes your basic strong.
  • Practice as many test papers and sample papers you can in order to have a thorough idea of the question expected in the main exam.
  • Prepare notes of meanings and short definitions of terminologies of Biology, Botany and Zoology while preparing. This is very helpful in the last minute preparation as you can find all the stuff at one place and can revise perfectly.
  • As the subjects like Biology, botany and zoology have more of theory and diagrams, practicing the diagrams vigorously can help a lot in the exam as these diagrams can be asked in the exam and questions can be framed out of it.
  • Sort out all the doubts at the earliest by discussing it with the teachers or even friends
  • Preparing from the NCERT books helps a lot while preparing for AIPMT and other medical and engineering entrances as the syllabus for these exams are almost the same as of the NCERT books and hence having a thorough overview from the NCERT books can help you score great.
  • Revise all the topics thoroughly as the AIPMT questions are not repeated always and by revising thoroughly one can ace the topics and can answer any question asked from it.
  • Practice all the pas years AIPMT question papers as this can be very helpful in understanding the format of questions asked in the exam.

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Career Options in Medical Fields

Career Prospects for Medical Professionals Are Always Bright!

According to a recent survey, there is only 1 doctor per 1,700 citizens in India. The Union Health Ministry claimed last year that there are about 6 to 6.5 lakh doctors in India. Still, the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends at least 1 doctor for 1,000 people – which means that we have a shortage of at least 4 lakh more doctors by 2020. It means that career prospects for medical professionals who are well-qualified and energetic are quite bright.

Career options in medical field offer you much more than money and fame. The aura of a good doctor or a surgeon provokes a reverence in society as he or she saves lives on everyday basis. It is a career and social service rolled into one neat package.

Medical , paramedical and lab technician courses

 As a first step, a candidate needs to opt for Physics, Chemistry and Biology as their chosen subjects in Class 11. One needs to clear medical entrance examinations after Class 12 and pursue medical courses like MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery), BDS (Bachelors in Dental Studies), Homeopathy, Unani Medicine, Ayurveda or Siddha Medicine.

Besides these core medical courses, there are other career options too, like:

  • Optometry,
  • Anaesthetics,
  • Nursing,
  • Physiotherapy,
  • Radiology,
  •  Pathology,
  • Veterinary,
  • Paramedical,
  • Prosthetics, and
  • Radio Isotope Techniques

Specialization courses like sports medicine, radiation medicine, ophthalmology, vitreo-retinal surgery, physical medicine, and psychiatry can be pursue after one gets MBBS degree. MBBS is basically a course of four and a half years plus one month of mandatory internship.

Eligibility criteria for medical fields

 To be eligible to appear for a medical entrance exam in India, a candidate must:

  • be at least 17 years old, and
  • must have passed Class 12 board exams with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with at least 50% marks.

Some medical entrance exams require English as one of the compulsory subjects at Class 11 and 12 too.

It is to be noted that not all medical courses have same eligibility criteria. For example, a nutritionist courses may require students to have studied ‘Home Science’ at the Undergraduate level. Besides, some eligibility criteria may also vary from college to college.

Top Medical Colleges in India

 There are about 335 medical colleges in India right. Some of the most popular are:

 

Name
of College
Courses
Offered
Entrance
Exam
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Undergraduate: MBBS, B.Sc Nursing (Post
Certificate), B.Sc (Hons) Nursing, B.Sc (Hons) Ophthalmic Techniques, B.Sc
(Hons) Medical Technology
AIIMS Entrance Test (for MBBS), Competitive Entrance Test
(Nursing)
Post Graduate: MD, MS,MDS, M.Ch. Entrance Test for MD/MS
Doctoral: DM
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi Undergraduate: MBBS, BDS Delhi University Medical Entrance Test (DUMET)
Post Graduate:MD, MS, Post Graduate
Diploma in Geriartic Medicine, PGD in Maternity and Child Health
All India PG Entrance Test/PG Entrance Exam conducted by the
University of Delhi
Post Doctoral:DM, M.Ch Entrance Exam conducted by the University of Delhi
University College of Medical Science and Research Centre, New
Delhi
Undergraduate: MBBS, B.Sc Radiography DUMET, AIPMT
Post graduate: MD, MDS DUPGMET, AIPGEE
Doctoral: DNB
Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh Undergraduate: Bachelor of Homoeopathic
Medicine & Surgery (BHMS)
Common Entrance Test (CET)
National Institute of Homeopathy, Calcutta Undergraduate: Bachelor of Homoeopathic
Medicine & Surgery (BHMS)
All India Written Competitive Test
Post Graduate: Doctor of Medicine in
Homoeopathy (MD (Hom.))
All India Admission Test conducted by the West Bengal University
of Health Sciences
Nehru Homeopathic Medical College, New Delhi Undergraduate: Bachelor of Homoeopathic
Medicine & Surgery (BHMS)
Test conducted by University of Delhi
Post Graduate: Doctor of Medicine in
Homoeopathy (MD (Hom.))
Test conducted by University of Delhi
College of Nursing, Indore Undergraduate: B.Sc Nursing Selection Test conducted by Devi AhilyaVishwaVidyalaya, Indore
Post Graduate:M.Sc Nursing Selection Test conducted by Devi AhilyaVishwaVidyalaya, Indore
Government College of Nursing, Hyderabad Undergraduate: B.Sc (Nursing) (2
years), B.Sc (Nursing) (4 years)
Entrance Test conducted by the college
Post Graduate:M.Sc (Nursing) Entrance Test conducted by the college
Doctoral: PhD
Rajiv Gandhi College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences,
Pondicherry
Undergraduate: B.V.Sc. & A.H. All India Pre-Veterinary Test (AIPVT)
Post Graduate:M.V.Sc. Entrance Examination conducted by RAGACOVAS, Puducherry
All India Institute of Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation, Mumbai
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Prosthetic
and Orthotics, Diploma in Hearing Language and Speech (DHLS)
Entrance test conducted by Maharashtra University of Health
Sciences, Nasik
Post Graduate: MD (Physical Medicine
and Rehabilitation), DNB (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation), Master of
Physiotherapy, Master of Occupational Therapy, Master of Prosthetics and
Orthotics
Entrance test conducted by Maharashtra University of Health
Sciences, Nasik
Ali Yavar Jung National Institute of Hearing Handicapped,
Mumbai
Doctoral: Ph.D. Audiology and Speech
Language Pathology
PanditDeendayalUpadhyayaInstitute for the Physically
Handicapped, New Delhi
Undergraduate: Bachelor of Physical
Therapy (BPT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT), Bachelor of
Prosthetics & Orthotics (BPO)
Common entrance test conducted by University of Delhi
National Institute of Criminology, New Delhi Post Graduate: PG Diploma in Forensic
Science, M.Sc. Criminology, M.Sc. in Forensic Science
Admission test conducted by the Delhi University
Amar Jyoti Institute of Physiotherapy, Delhi Undergraduate: B.Sc. (Hons) Physical
Therapy
Entrance test conducted by the Delhi University
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore Undergraduate: MBBS, BPT, B.Sc (Medical
Lab Technology), B.Sc (Radiography)
Karnataka CET
Post Graduate: MD, PG Diploma courses
Florence College of Physiotherapy, Bangalore Undergraduate: Bachelor of
Physiotherapy
Selection based on merit
Post Graduate: Master of Physiotherapy
The Institute of Health Management & Research (IHMR),
Jaipur
Post Graduate: PGD in Hospital
Management
Management Aptitude Test (MAT)
Doctoral: Fellowship Program in
Hospital Management
Apollo Institute of Hospital Administration, Hyderabad Postgraduate:Master In Hospital
Management
Management Aptitude Test (MAT)
Army College of Dental Sciences, Secunderabad Undergraduate:Bachelor of Dental
Surgery (BDS)
Combined Written Admission Test (C-WAT) conducted by ACDS,
EAMCET (Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test)
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Institute of Dental Sciences and
Hospital, Patna
Undergraduate: BDS Combined Entrance Test conducted by Bihar Minority Dental
Colleges Association
Post Graduate: MDS Based on merit

Popular Medical Entrance Exams in India 

Name
of Exam
Conducted by Application forms are issued
in
Exam takes place in
Undergraduate
Level
AIPMT
(All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Test)
Central Board of Secondary
Education (CBSE)
December April (Prelims) and May
(Mains)
AIIMS
(All India Institute of Medical Science Entrance Test)
AIIMS February June
JIPMER
(Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research)
Medical Entrance Test
JIPMER March June
Christian
Medical College Entrance Exam
CMC Vellore March May
Banaras
Hindu University Pre-Medical Test (BHU-PMT)
BHU January May (Prelims) and June
(Mains)
Manipal
University Admissions Test for Undergraduate Studies
Manipal University February Between April and May
Postgraduate
Level
AIPGEE
(All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination)
AIIMS December January
DUPGMET
(Delhi University Post Graduate Medical Entrance Test)
Delhi University December Februarys

 The government of India is trying to introduce a single-window medical entrance exam for all medical colleges in India.

Note: The Medical Council of India will be conducting a common entrance test from year 2013, replacing the present system of individual state level or individual university or college conducted exams, for entry into almost all medical colleges in the country, except AIIMS. This will help students as they will need to take lesser number of entrance exams from next year onwards.

How to Prepare for Medical Entrance Examination?

 Only 40 to 45,000 medical seats are available across all medical colleges in India while lakhs of medical aspirants sit for the exam this year. The rule of the thumb is to start with medical exam preparation with NCERT books for Class 11 and Class 12.

Other popular books to prepare for medical entrance exams are:

  • Biology: Pradeep’s Biology by S.C. Verma (Part-1 and 2)
  • Trueman’s Objective Biology Vol. I & II for Medical Entrance Examination by J.P. Goyal
  • Dinesh Objective Biology
  • Universal Self Scorer Biology for AIPMT, AIIMS, AFMC & Various Medical Entrance Exams by Universal Publishers
  • Chemistry: Organic Chemistry by Morrision& Boyd
  • Physical Chemistry by Peter Atkins & Julio de Paula
  • Modern ABC of Textbook Chemistry Vol. I & II For Class 12 by Dr. S. P. Jauhar
  • Arihant: An Objective Approach to Organic Chemistry by Dr. R.K. Gupta
  • Dinesh Objective Chemistry
  • C.B.S.E. P.M.T. (Vol. I, II and III) by Anil Aggarwal
  • Concepts of Physics (Part 1 and 2) by H.C. Verma
  • Oswaal 10 Mock test Papers for AIIMS Delhi (Medical)

These days, online coaching for AIPMT and medical entrance exams is easily available. These coaching service providers offer you instant resolution of your queries, flexibility of time, easy accessibility, best resources right at your home and all-India test series that proves invaluable in offering you a real perspective of what you can expect in the exam.

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AIPMT 2014 Important Dates

 

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All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) 2014 shall be conducted by CBSE for admission into MBBS and BDS course for the session 2014-15.  The exam date is declared to be on 04th May 2014. 

Event Date
Date of Examination: AIPMT 04.05.2014 (Sunday)
Commencement of Submission of Online Application 01.12.2013
Online Application Submission Last Date without late fee 31.12.2013
Period of Submission of Online Application with Late Fee 01.01.2014 to 31.01.2014
Last Date of Receipt of Cofirmation Page in CBSE – Application without Late Fee 10.01.2014
Last Date of Receipt of Cofirmation Page in CBSE – Application with Late Fee 05.02.2014

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AIPMT 2014 Eligibility Criteria

 

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Eligibility for 15% All India Quota Seats

(i) He/she has completed age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st December of the year of his/her admission to the 1st year MBBS/BDS Course and is an INDIAN NATIONAL.

(ii) The upper age limit for candidates seeking admission under 15% All India Quota Seats is 25 years as on 31st December of the year of the entrance examination. Further provided that this upper age limit shall be relaxed by a period of 5 (five) years for the candidates of Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes/Other Backward Classes. Candidate must born on or between

(a) 01.01.85 to 01.01.98 (SC/ST/OBC Category)
(b) 01.01.90 to 01.01.98 (Other Category)

(iii) Candidates from Andhra Pradesh and J&K

(a) Students from the States of Andhra Pradesh and J&K are NOT ELIGIBLE for 15% all India quota seats as both these States had opted out of All India Scheme since its inception. If they claim eligibility, they must submit an affidavit, in original with non-judicial Stamp Paper of Rs 10/- duly sworn in before and attested by a Metropolitan Magistrate/First Class Judicial Magistrate to the effect that:-

i) They are not eligible to seek admission for MBBS/BDS seats in Medical/ Dental Colleges in the States of Andhra Pradesh and J&K.

ii) They are not domiciled in Andhra Pradesh and J&K. (b) Applications not accompanied with the required affidavits  or accompanied with incomplete, unattested or photocopy of the affidavit shall be summarily rejected without any further reference in the matter. The affidavits submitted by such candidates will be verified and if found to be false, the admission of all such candidates shall be cancelled and criminal proceedings may be initiated against them.

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