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Course details: Two year Program
Course details: Two year Program
Subject Covered: Physics, Chemistry and Biology
Number of hours per week: 9hrs. (270 + 30hrs (test series) 300hrs * 2 = 600hrs) (Two year Program)
Number of days per week:
Week End – Saturday and Sunday (SAT- 5.00p.m to 8.00p.m, SUN 10.00a.m to 4.00p.m)
Week Day – Three days – Monday, Wednesday and Friday. (Will change according to student requirement) (5.00 PM to 8.00 PM)

Number of days per week:
Week End – Saturday and Sunday
Week Day – Three days – Monday, Wednesday and Friday. (Will change according to student requirement)
Course details: Two year Program
Course details: Two year Program
Subject Covered: Physics, Chemistry and Biology
Number of hours per week: 9hrs. (270 + 30hrs (test series) 300hrs) (One year Program)

KVPY Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana

The Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) is a scholarship funded by the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India. This programme was started in 1999 and since then has been administered by the Indian Institute of Science (IISC). The aim of this programme is to motivate exceptionally talented students to pursue a career in science, engineering and research domain. A special committee is set up by IISC to screen the applications. The screened applicants are then called for an aptitude test and interview. Candidates with a well-combined score are considered eligible for the scholarship.

Clearing the KVPY examination is not an easy feat and requires a rigorous amount of hard work and proper training. Plancess has been providing guidance to aspirants for KVPY scholarship for a long time. Qualifying for this scholarship is an achievement in itself. There are several other benefits which are discussed below.

The scholarship money provided to students under this scheme is really good. For the first three years, a basic scholarship of Rs.5000 per month is provided to students from both science and medicine faculty. For every subsequent year, the sum is increased to Rs.7000 per month. Besides, there is an annual contingency grant of Rs.20,000 for the first three years and of Rs.28, 000 for every subsequent year too. The monetary aid provided by KVPY is really helpful for students from the lower middle-class section of the society.

All the hard work put in securing a KVPY scholarship starts bearing the fruit during the professional life of a candidate. A KVPY scholarship gives any candidate a competitive edge over his competitors. It increases his chances of getting an admission or job in a foreign location.

Since the KVPY programme is conducted under the administration of IISC, clearing it, places a student in the favourable books of the IISC faculty. IISC is generally known for its high cut off marks. However, if you are a KVPY scholarship holder, chances are high that you can get an easy admission in the undergraduate courses of IISc.

Every student who qualifies for KVPY is required to do a research project every year under the guidance of a scientist or scholar. Being a part of such projects enhances his knowledge and motivates him to think independently, which is essential for a successful and flourishing career in science and engineering.

Last but not the least, the Vijyoshi Camp is held particularly for KVPY students where they can meet great scholars, researchers and scientists from their respective field and interact with them. It is indeed a great opportunity which is only reserved for KVPY scholarship holders.

Considering the benefits of a KVPY scholarship programme students generally start preparing for this exam right after class X board exams. Multiple attempts can be made for securing the KVPY scholarship and given the prestige it carries, all the efforts are worth the pain.

National Standard Examination in Physics (NSEP), conducted every year since 1987, has become the most 'visible' activity of IAPT. It is a voluntary examination. More than 40,000 students at over 1200 centres, most of which are in small towns and villages, appear at this examination. The participation, purely voluntary, offers an opportunity to measure one's standing against a national standard. NSEP is not linked to any entrance or scholarship award. Students are allowed to take away the question paper and the solutions are provided to them after a week. The NSEP is carried out in English, Hindi & a few other Indian languages.

Gold Medallists’ in NSEP, after they complete their education, may join DAE directly through interview without appearing in their entrance test.

A number of scholarships (subject to a maximum of 10) have been instituted to encourage students to take-up physics as a career. Those who seek admission in B.Sc. (with physics) after NSEP are eligible for these scholarships.

We organize National Standard Examination in Chemistry (NSEC) and National Standard examination in Biology (NSEB) in collaboration with ACT (Association of Chemistry Teachers) and ATBS (Association of Teachers in Biological Sciences). Both these exams are also at the Std. XII level.

National Eligibility and Entrance Test or NEET is the one examination which would be considered for filling about 54,000 medical seats across the country. As per the Supreme Court's order, NEET 2016 and now NEET 2017 would be the only examination to be undertaken to fill the All India Quota Seats as well as the State Level Quota seats across the country. This examination is also valid for applying to private colleges across the country.

JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam is conducted by Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) for admission to MBBS Course.

No. of Seats There are total of 200 seats

Puducherry Residents [UR-50, OBC-28, SC 16, ST-11, PUR-23, P-OBC-11, P-SC-06, NRI/OCI 05]

Under Self Fiancé Scheme [UR-15, OBC-10, SC-06, ST-04, PUR-07, P-OBC-05, P-SC-02, NRI/OCI 01

The exam shall be conducted in English medium only

The Entrance Examination is common to all and consists of 200 single best response type MCQs having four alternatives and the questions will be asked from the following subjects, and the distribution of no. of question is as detailed below:

Physics - 60 no. of questions

Chemistry - 60 no. of questions

Biology - 60 no. of questions

English Language and Comprehension - 10 no. of questions

Logical & Quantitative Reasoning - 10 no. of questions

The questions for JIPMER MBBS Entrance Exam will be based on the syllabus as prescribed by State Board Hr. Sec. and CBSE for XI and XII Standards

Candidates are advised to go through the Mock Test for computer based Test (online exam)

Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) An Autonomous organisation and an Institution of National Importance under, (Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt of India), Dhanvantri Nagar, Puducherry-605006, Website: www.jipmer.edu.in

The AIIMS MBBS 2017 is one of those exams that require intense preparation. Here, we give you an overview of the AIIMS medical entrance exam. As you already know AIIMS MBBS stands for All India Institute of Medical Sciences Medical Exam. It is the entry to a flourishing career in medical sciences and this undergraduate entrance exam is held each year on a national level.

Address: All India Institute of Medical Sciences

Ansari Nagar

New Delhi- 110 608

Official Website: www.aiimsexams.org

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