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Dear Vishakha
You can check the following link for CATE sample papers

http://edutalkindia.blogspot.com/2010/05/cate-sample-paper-2010.html
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Qustion paper with answer for m.com 1st semester:
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No. Question paper printed in larger fonts is for visually impaired candidates and not for those who have normal vision with/without corrective eyewear.
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Sorry, you cant ask them for a question paper with a larger font size. The standard of question paper is same for everyone. There is no change in that. And even someone request for larger font paper they deny it. Now my point is, why you want to ask them for a larger font size paper.? It is perfectly ok, you can wear lenses/ spectacles during the examination. No one is going to ask you for this, that why are you wearing spectacles/lenses. So my advise is to carry your spectacles/lenses with you and wear them during examination.... ► Read more
The paper pattern of BITSAT 2012 is
BITSAT-2012 will be of total 3-hour duration (without break). The test consists of four parts:

Part I : Physics

Part II : Chemistry

Part III : (a) English Proficiency and (b) Logical Reasoning

Part IV : Mathematics

All questions are of objective type (multiple choice questions); each question with choice of four answers, only one being correct choice. Each correct answer fetches 3 marks, while each incorrect answer has a penalty of 1 mark (-1mark). No marks are awarded for questions not attempted. While the candidate can skip a question, the computer will not allow the candidate to choose more than one option as correct answer. There will be 150 questions in all. The number of questions in each part is as follows:




Subject


No of questions

Part I


Physics


40

Part II


Chemistry


40

Part III


(a) English Proficiency

(b) Logical Reasoning


15

10

Part IV


Mathematics


45




Total:


150

There is no time limit for individual parts of the test. The candidate can go back and change any of his/her answers among the 150 questions.

If a candidate answers all the 150 questions (without skipping any question), the candidate will have an option of attempting 12 (twelve) extra questions, if there is still time left. These extra questions will be from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics only; four questions from each part. Further, once the candidate has opted for extra questions, he cannot go back for correction of any of the earlier answered 150 questions.

The questions are so designed that a good student will be able to answer 150 questions in 180 minutes. The extra questions (a m
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The past four years CLAT question papers will be available at all the 14 National Law Universities on payment of Rs. 100/- (Rs. One Hundred Only). The question papers can also be obtained by post from National Law University, Jodhpur. Candidates must enclose a demand draft of Rs. 150/- (Rs. One Hundred Fifty Only) in favour of “National Law University, Jodhpur CLAT A/C” payable at Jodhpur (Rajasthan). Application requesting the question paper should be addressed to The Convenor, Common Law Admission Test, CLAT 2012, National Law University, Jodhpur, NH-65, Nagour Road, Mandore, Jodhpur - 342304 (Rajasthan). The application can be made on a plain piece of paper and should contain the following information - a) Name, b) Complete Postal Address including pincode, c) Contact Number(Landline and Mobile), and d) Email id.... ► Read more
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The University of Delhi conducts a Combined Entrance Examination (CEE) for admission to First Semester of BE Courses in Delhi College of Engineering (DCE) and Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology. There is an 85% quota for Delhi candidates(i.e. candidates who have done their 12th from Delhi) admission to which is possible through CEE. For 15% outside Delhi Quota admission is done on the basis of AIEEE merit and therefore outside Delhi students are not required to give CEE. CEE is considered to be a highly competitive exam because of the large number of students who apply for seats in these two institutes.

Eligibility Criteria for CEE:

A candidate should have passed class 12th with atleast 60% aggregate in PCM. There is relaxation of 10% for SC/ST candidates in % aggregate. Additionally a candidate should be minimum 17 years of age and not more than 25 years of age on 1st October, 2010....
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Dear Preeti,

You have already secured admission in Sri Venkateswara College in BA prog.You can continue with that.Because after that you can seat for IAS entrance exam.

The essential ingredient of succeeding on an exam is the knowledge of the contents and structure of the exam and the process. The UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) of India conducts the IAS exam. The three-step process is: Preliminary Exam (Prelims), Main Exam (Mains), and Interview.

The Prelims are composed of two tests of two hours each. The General Studies (GS) test contains 150 objective, multiple-choice questions. It primarily covers six topics: the constitution of India, history, geography, economics, science, and current affairs. The second test is on a subject chosen, from among the 23 subjects, by the candidate. This objective, multiple-choice test contains 120 questions.

The Prelims are used as a screening mechanism for reaching the next phase of the Mains. Your first target is prelims.

As you can see, the process consists of mandatory and optional subject matter. For optional subjects, you should choose those subjects in which you have the most knowledge and greatest interest. Obviously, you need to master the constitution, history, geography, economic, science, and current affairs. Another critical dimension is the thought process, analytical skills, ability to articulate thoughts coherently and strong writing skills, both in English and in the language of your choice. Given a particular emphasis on the general knowledge, you must become an avid reader of newspapers and magazine that deal with Indian and international affairs, political, economic and business issues, and other current events.

You should buy guide-books on the IAS exams to practice and prepare. Approximately one year before taking the test, you can consider taking coaching classes.

You can read about eligibility, prepartaion and further detail of being an
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We all are waiting for "Delhi Educational Institutions (Reservation in admission) Bill, 2009" to come to an Act.

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