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February 19, 2010

All India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination 2010

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Scheme of Examination  

Entrance examination would consist of two papers i.e. 1st paper consisting of three parts of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics of equal weightage with objective type questions for BE/B.Tech courses and 2nd paper – consisting of Mathematics,Aptitude Test and Drawing for B. Architecture and B. Planning. The Aptitude Test is designed to evaluate candidate’s perception, imagination, observation, creativity and architectural awareness.

Scoring and Negative Marking

There will be objective type questions with four options having single correct answer. For each incorrect response one fourth (1/4) of the total marks allotted to the question would be deducted. No deduction from the total score will, however, be made if no response is indicated for an item in the answer sheet. The candidates are advised not to attempt such item in the answer sheet if they are not sure of the correct response. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect response and will be negatively marked. All objective type questions are required to be answered on specially designed machine gradable answer sheets. Answers are to be marked using ball point pen (black/blue) only. For the purpose of evaluation, Test Booklet Code as printed in the Answer Sheet on Side-2 will be accepted as final.

   

Subject combination for each paper & type of questions in each paper are given in the table below :

SUBJECTS TYPE OF QUESTIONS
Paper 1 Physics,Chemistry & Mathematics Objective type questions with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics
Paper 2 Mathematics-Part I
Aptitude Test-Part II &
Drawing test-Part III
Objective type Question
Objective Type Question
Questions to test drawing aptitude

Requirement of papers for different courses is given in the table below:  

COURSE PAPERS
B.E/B.TECH Paper - 1
B.ARCH/B.PLANNING Paper - 2

Schedule of Examination   

AIEEE will be conducted on the following dates as per schedule given below:

Dates of

Examination

Paper

Subjects

Timings

Duration

 

25.04.2010

Paper 1

Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics

0930-1230 Hours

3 Hours

25.04.2010

Paper 2

Mathematics-Part I
Aptitude Test-PartII &
Drawing Test-Part III

1400-1700 Hours

3 Hours

For those unable to appear in AIEEE on scheduled date of examination for any reason, including loss of application form/admit card in transit, no re-examination shall be held under any circumstances. The schedule will remain unaltered even if the date is declared as a public holiday.  

  Students may move to the venue of examination for refreshment etc. if they have applied for BE/B.Tech and B. Arch/B. Planning together.
Syllabus  

The question papers for the Examination shall be based on a common minimum syllabus drawn from syllabi taught in different State Boards. This is given at Appendix III.  

   
Language of the Question Papers  

Candidates can opt for question papers either in English or in Hindi. The option has to be exercised while filling Application Form. It cannot be changed later.

   
Eligibility Criteria : Candidates are, however, required to appear in the papers as per Scheme of Examination for AIEEE specified in para 2.4 of this Bulletin.
  • The minimum academic qualification for admission through AIEEE 2010 is a pass in the final examination of 10+2 (Class XII) or its equivalent referred to as the qualifying examination (see Appendix –VIII). Those appearing in 10+2 (Class XII) final or equivalent examination may also appear in AIEEE 2010 for consideration of provisional admission. Those appearing in 10+2 (Class 12) in 2011 are not eligible to appear in AIEEE-2010.   

  • Subject combinations required in the qualifying examination for admission to B.E./B.Tech. and B. Arch./B. Planning Courses shall be as under:  

  Course

  Compulsory

Anyone of the Optional Subjects

B.E/B.TECH*

Physics & Mathematics

Chemistry
Bio-technology
Computer Science
Biology

B.ARCH/B. PLANNING**

Mathematics with 50% marks in aggregate at 10+2 level 

*This is as per decision of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).**Provisionally as per the orders of the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi and directive recieved from the Ministry of Human   Resource Development, Govt. of India.
 
  •  The number of attempts which a candidate can avail at All India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination shall be limited to 03(three) uniformly for all the candidates in consecutive years. The candidates passed +2 to exam in 2008, 2009 or appearing in +2 in 2010 are only eligible to appear in AIEEE-2010. Candidates passed +2 in 2007 or before or appearing in 2011 are not eligible to appear in AIEEE-2010.
 
Date of Birth  

Only those candidates whose date of birth falls on or after October 01, 1985 are eligible. However, in the case of Scheduled Caste  (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Physically Handicapped (PH) candidates, upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years, i.e. SC, ST and PH candidates who were born on or after October 01, 1980 are eligible. Date of birth as recorded in the Secondary Education Board/University certificate only will be taken as authentic.

Examination Centres Cities

List of cities where the examination will be conducted is given in Appendix VI. Candidates are required to give four options convenient to them. While every effort will be made to allot a Centre in one of the places opted by the candidate, the Board reserves its discretion to allot a Centre other than that of candidate’s choice any where in India. Under no circumstances, the Centre once allotted shall be changed by the Board.  

   
Admit Card  

The Admit Card will be sent by post “Under Certificate of Posting (UPC)” to the candidates (including those who made application online) about four weeks before the conduct of the examination, however, the Board will not be responsible for any consequences that may arise due to loss of admit card in transit. It will be the responsiblity of the candidate to contact/write to the Board in case he/she is not in receipt of the Admit Cards by 6th April 2010. Such requests be sent to Assistant Secretary (AIEEE), Central Board of Secondary Education, PS 1-2 Institutional Area, IP Extension, Patparganj, Delhi-110 092  with 2 photographs (as pasted on the Application Form), one should be attested by Principal of the institution where candidate is studying/passed XII or by the gazetted officer. Photocopy of the Application Form, proof regarding remittance of fee (photocopy of the Demand Draft/Challan) in respect of those candidates who have made application online, and the original postal receipt issued by the Post Office for having dispatched the Application Form by Registered/Speed Post in order to get a duplicate Admit Card. Such request for issue of duplicate admit card should accompany with a Demand Draft in favour of Secretary,CBSE payable at Delhi/New Delhi amounting Rs.50/- as fee and additional Rs.30/- as postal charges for outstation candidates.Request for the issue of admit card after the examination will not be entertained.
In no case the duplicate Admit Card would be issued at the Examination Centres.

   
Procedure for Conduct of Examination and Use of Answer Sheet  

Procedure for conduct of examination and instructions for use of the Test Booklet and Answer Sheet are given in Appendix VII. Candidates are advised to go through carefully before going for the Examination. 

   
Evaluation and Declaration of Results  

On the basis of performance in AIEEE, separate rank lists will be prepared for B.E./B.Tech. and B.Arch/B.Planning. Score Card indicating All India Rank and State Rank with total marks and marks in each subject shall be sent to all candidates appearing in AIEEE.

 

Candidates scoring above a certain cut off percentage of marks (being different for General, OBC, SC/ST/PH category candidates) to be called for counselling shall be determined at the time of declaration of AIEEE results.All India/State Rank and marks shall also be released on AIEEE website. The results of AIEEE-2010 is likely to be declared on or before 7th June, 2010.The All India/State Rank to be called for Central counselling will be decided by Central Counselling Board which will be constituted by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India and decision of seat matrix etc. will be taken by Central Counselling Board. The required information will be displayed at apropriate time on website www.ccb.nic.in .
The score cards will be dispatched to the candidates from 12.06.2010 to 27.06.2010 under Certificate of Posting (UPC). The Board will not be responsible for any consequences that may arise due to loss of score card in transit.In case of non-receipt of the score card within the stipulated period candidate may apply for duplicate score card on payment of Rs. 50/- (plus postal charges of Rs. 30/- for outstation candidates) in the form of Demand Draft in favour of Secretary, CBSE, payable at Delhi/New Delhi between 09.07.2010 to 31.08.2010. No request for issue of duplicate score card will be entertained thereafter.  

 

As per the notified cut off score and the candidates declared eligible up to the notified Rank shall be called to appear for counselling.

   

In case of two or more candidates obtaining equal marks, inter-se merit of such candidates shall be determined as follows:

 

B.E/B.Tech - By marks obtained in Mathematics and then in Physics in the AIEEE and then by age (preference to older candidates).

 

B.Arch/B.Planning - By marks obtained in Aptitude Test and then in Mathematics in the AIEEE and then by age (preference to older candidates).

 
Rules For Rechecking/Re-Evaluation of Answer Sheets 

Since the AIEEE answer sheets are machine graded with extreme care and repeatedly scrutinized, there is no provision for rechecking/re-evaluation of answer sheets. No correspondence in this regard will be entertained.

   
Counselling, Seat Allocation, Document Verification and Admissions  

Final list of institutions admitting students (with intake in each discipline and category as per reservation) through AIEEE-2010, including counselling procedure, counselling schedule and counselling centres would be displayed on the CCB website in May/June 2010. The decision for the above will be taken by the CCB.

   

The Central Counselling Board shall send by post the Information Brochure for Counselling only to the candidates eligible for counselling. The counselling will be made on line Offcampus and Depending upon the requirement and facilities.

   

Verification of documents would be done at the time of counselling/admission. The purpose would be to verify different records regarding identification, age, qualifying examination, state of eligibility and category of the candidate. On failing to establish of any of the documents, the candidates will not be considered for admission.

   

SC, ST, OBC and PH candidates will be required to produce original certificate issued by the competent authority at the time of counselling, failing which they will not be considered for admission.

All correspondence regarding counselling and refund of the amount paid to the Central Counselling Board (CCB) or any of the participating institution should be made with the concerned authorities. No correspondence in this regard be made to CBSE.
   
Legal Jurisdiction  

All disputes pertaining to the conduct of AIEEE shall fall within the jurisdiction of Delhi only. The Secretary of the Board shall be the legal person in whose name the Board may sue or may be sued. If any person or officer dealing with the conduct of AIEEE engages himself/herself in act(s) that would result in the leakage of the question paper(s) or attempt to use or help in the use of unfair means in this examination, he/she shall be liable to prosecution under the Indian Penal Code.

    Rules Of Reservation

Reservation for SC/ST/OBC and Physically Handicapped candidates will be applicable as per Govt. of India/State concerned existing rules or amended from time to time.

February 15, 2010

Toll Free Numbers in India

Filed under: Uncategorized — vikkykyt @ 4:24 pm


Airlines
 
Indian Airlines - 1800 180 1407 
Jet Airways - 1800 22 5522  
SpiceJet - 1800 180 3333  
Air India — 1800 22 7722  
KingFisher - 1800 180 0101  
 
Banks
 
ABN AMRO - 1800 11 2224 
Canara Bank - 1800 44 6000 
Citibank - 1800 44 2265 
Corporatin Bank - 1800 443 555 
Development Credit Bank - 1800 22 5769  
HDFC Bank - 1800 227 227 
ICICI Bank - 1800 333 499  
ICICI Bank NRI - 1800 22 4848 
IDBI Bank - 1800 11 6999 
Indian Bank - 1800 425 1400 
ING Vysya - 1800 44 9900 
Kotak Mahindra Bank - 1800 22 6022 
Lord Krishna Bank - 1800 11 2300  
Punjab National Bank - 1800 122 222  
State Bank of India - 1800 44 1955 
Syndicate Bank - 1800 44 6655  
 
  
Automobiles 
Mahindra Scorpio - 1800 22 6006  
Maruti - 1800 111 515 
Tata Motors - 1800 22 5552 
Windshield Experts - 1800 11 3636  
  
Computers/IT
 
Adrenalin - 1800 444 445  
AMD - 1800 425 6664 
Apple Computers - 1800 444 683  
Canon - 1800 333 366 
Cisco Systems - 1800 221 777 
Compaq - HP - 1800 444 999 
Data One Broadband - 1800 424 1800 
Dell - 1800 444 026 
Epson - 1800 44 0011  
eSys - 3970 0011 
Genesis Tally Academy - 1800 444 888  
HCL - 1800 180 8080 
IBM - 1800 443 333 
Lexmark - 1800 22 4477 
Marshal’s Point - 1800 33 4488 
Microsoft - 1800 111 100 
Microsoft Virus Update - 1901 333 334  
Seagate - 1800 180 1104 
Symantec - 1800 44 5533  
TVS Electronics - 1800 444 566 
WeP Peripherals - 1800 44 6446  
Wipro - 1800 333 312 
xerox - 1800 180 1225 
Zenith - 1800 222 004  
  
  
Indian Railway
General Enquiry       131 
Indian Railway
Central Enquiry     131 
Indian Railway
Reservation     131 
Indian Railway
Railway Reservation Enquiry     1345,1335 ,1330  
Indian Railway
Centralised Railway Enquiry     1330/1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9
 
 

Couriers/Packers & Movers 
ABT Courier - 1800 44 8585 
AFL Wizz - 1800 22 9696  
Agarwal Packers & Movers - 1800 11 4321  
Associated Packers P Ltd - 1800 21 4560 
DHL - 1800 111 345 
FedEx - 1800 22 6161 
Goel Packers & Movers - 1800 11 3456 
UPS - 1800 22 7171  
  
Home Appliances
 
Aiwa/Sony - 1800 11 1188  
Anchor Switches - 1800 22 7979 
Blue Star - 1800 22 2200 
Bose Audio - 1800 11 2673 
Bru Coffee Vending Machines - 1800 44 7171 
Daikin Air Conditioners - 1800 444 222  
DishTV - 1800 12 3474 
Faber Chimneys - 1800 21 4595  
Godrej - 1800 22 5511 
Grundfos Pumps - 1800 33 4555 
LG - 1901 180 9999 
Philips - 1800 22 4422 
Samsung - 1800 113 444 
Sanyo - 1800 11 0101 
Voltas - 1800 33 4546  
WorldSpace Satellite Radio - 1800 44 5432  
  
Investments/ Finance
 
CAMS - 1800 44 2267 
Chola Mutual Fund - 1800 22 2300 
Easy IPO’s - 3030 5757 
Fidelity Investments - 1800 180 8000 
Franklin Templeton Fund - 1800 425 4255  
J M Morgan Stanley - 1800 22 0004  
Kotak Mutual Fund - 1800 222 626  
LIC Housing Finance - 1800 44 0005 
SBI Mutual Fund - 1800 22 3040 
Sharekhan - 1800 22 7500 
Tata Mutual Fund - 1800 22 0101  
  
 
 
Travel 
Club Mahindra Holidays - 1800 33 4539 
Cox & Kings - 1800 22 1235 
God TV Tours - 1800 442 777 
Kerala Tourism - 1800 444 747  
Kumarakom Lake Resort - 1800 44 5030 
Raj Travels & Tours - 1800 22 9900  
Sita Tours - 1800 111 911 
SOTC Tours - 1800 22 3344
Healthcare 
Best on Health - 1800 11 8899 
Dr Batras - 1800 11 6767  
GlaxoSmithKline - 1800 22 8797 
Johnson & Johnson - 1800 22 8111  
Kaya Skin Clinic - 1800 22 5292 
LifeCell - 1800 44 5323  
Manmar Technologies - 1800 33 4420 
Pfizer - 1800 442 442 
Roche Accu-Chek - 1800 11 45 46  
Rudraksha - 1800 21 4708 
Varilux Lenses - 1800 44 8383  
VLCC - 1800 33 1262  
  
  
Insurance 
AMP Sanmar - 1800 44 2200 
Aviva - 1800 33 2244 
Bajaj Allianz - 1800 22 5858 
Chola MS General Insurance - 1800 44 5544 
HDFC Standard Life - 1800 227 227  
LIC - 1800 33 4433 
Max New York Life - 1800 33 5577 
Royal Sundaram - 1800 33 8899 
SBI Life Insurance - 1800 22 9090  
  
Hotel Reservations
 
GRT Grand - 1800 44 5500  
InterContinental Hotels Group - 1800 111 000  
Marriott - 1800 22 0044 
Sarovar Park Plaza - 1800 111 222 
Taj Holidays - 1800 111 825  
  
Teleshoppin
 
Asian Sky Shop - 1800 22 1800 
Jaipan Teleshoppe - 1800 11 5225 
Tele Brands - 1800 11 8000  
VMI Teleshopping - 1800 447 777 
WWS Teleshopping - 1800 220 777  
  
Others
 
Domino’s Pizza - 1800 111 123  
  
Cell Phones
 
BenQ - 1800 22 08 08  
Bird CellPhones - 1800 11 7700 
Motorola MotoAssist - 1800 11 1211 
Nokia - 3030 3838 
Sony Ericsson - 3901 1111  

February 14, 2010

Education Industry, Education Sector, Education Business

Filed under: Uncategorized — vikkykyt @ 11:17 am

The education industry consists of schools, colleges, universities and various private institutions. The education sector can be broadly classified into three categories:

  • K-12: This includes the education offered from nursery to the twelfth grade by various public, private and religious schools.
  • Higher education: This includes various state-run and private colleges and universities. This also includes Med Schools, Law Schools and Business Schools.
  • Vocational education: This includes industry/job oriented education, based on the apprenticeship method of learning.The education industry is not just restricted to these categories. It also includes ancillary education services, such as after-school tutoring, charter schools, special or alternative education, educational content suppliers and professional development of administrators and teachers.

    History of the Education Industry

    Education has been practiced since time immemorial to instill social and cultural values. In the ancient times, the education system was verbal, carried out generally by the elders of the family. The writing system developed around 3500 BC, enabling the recording and sharing of information. In most ancient societies, the state of literacy was bleak for centuries.

    The education industry was initially associated with law, trade and commerce, religion and civil administration. Formal education was available to only a small fraction of the population. The system developed in most countries after 1850 CE.

    The modern education industry consists of training by professionals and organized instructions with respect to systematic curricula and pedagogy.

    Demand and Supply Drivers of the Education Industry

    The demand drivers of the education sector include:

    • Household disposable income.
    • Cost of education.
    • Opportunity cost of education (education versus job).
    • Cultural factors (opinion on education of girls).
    • Role of government to boost education.

    The supply drivers of the industry include:

    • Availability of labor force (teachers and administrators).
    • Government funding (to establish affordable education centers)
    • Changes in social outlook.

    Education Industry: Major Players

    Among the premiere colleges across the world, the Ivy League colleges of the US hold an important position. This category of colleges includes Brown, Cornell, Columbia, Dartmouth, Harvard, Pennsylvania, Princeton and Yale.

    According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, among the most expensive universities of the world, the top five are from the US. This includes George Washington University, with a tuition fee of $39,240 for the academic session 2007-2008. Rounding off the top five are:

    • Ohio’s Kenyon College ($38,140)
    • Bucknell University ($38,134)
    • Vassar College ($38,115)
    • Sarah Lawrence College ($38,090)

    The education industry is booming across the world. The industry generates large scale revenues and employment. The revenue from higher education alone in the US is worth over $400 billion. However, the state of the education industry in most developing countries, such as Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Pakistan and nearly all of Africa, is bleak. The literacy rate in these countries is still below 60%.

    India’s youth, often referred to as its demographic dividend, accounts for over 50 per cent of its total population, with 367 universities and 18,000 colleges with half-a-million teachers and about 11 million students on the rolls, India could reap huge returns off its demographic dividend. Speaking on the topic, Ritesh Hemrajani, Consultant, IMS, said if one looks at the last five years there are about 1,500 management colleges, close to about 3,500 engineering colleges and about 1,200 medical colleges. In terms of private schools mushrooming day in and day out and a majority of the new institutions being private, if one wants to put a number to it, the privately-managed part of it would not be anything less than 20 to 25 thousand crores.

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