How to Cope with Bad JEE Result in a Positive way

IIT-JEE (Indian Institute of Technology) Joint Entrance Exam is the national level examination conducted to seek admission in UG engineering courses offered in IIT. The examination is conducted in two levels- IIT Mains and IIT Advanced. Nearly, 14-15 lac aspirants attend first level of exam out of which only few lacs aspirants get qualified for the second level. Every year, there is a marginal growth in the number of students appearing for the exam. This is perhaps the reason why there is a huge competition among students.

Every candidate who prepares for JEE wishes to avoid any kind of hardwork and get a positive result, which is absolutely not possible. 70% of students who qualify for the final exam or even get admission are the ones who have faced challenge and competition. The rest 30% are the one who are unfortunate to move to the next level. Many unfortunates don’t even get qualified for the first level, but for them this is not the end of the road.

Aspirants who failed to make up to the next level find it hard to accept the reality. The biggest mistake they do is carrying a thought that JEE is the end and they do not need to take IIT’s academic curriculum seriously.

There are reasons why students fail to cross the first attempt of IIT-JEE:

· Struggle in Subjects: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) are important subjects to be prepared for the exam. Students generally find it hard to overcome the problem solution resulting to negative marks.

· Low Confidence: Be it IIT-JEE exam of any other exam, having self-confidence towards exam is very essential and is also the gateway to gain good marks in the exam. However, many students carry low confidence right from the initial stage effecting the preparation and result.

· Too Much of Competition: As mentioned above, lacs of students appear for JEE exam every year which displays the increasing competition among students. Aspirants couldn’t cope with this competition resulting to low confidence and eventually leading to negative result.

Many students even skip the first attempt either due to low confidence or no preparation. This, in fact, is the best way to overcome the failure problem and allows students to prepare in a better way. If you are among those aspirants who faced failure in the first attempt or regular attempt, then you can still give a try out. You can seek tips or help from ex-IIT students who may have gone through same situation. Following their tips can help you to overcome the pressure of failure and prepare more confidently for the next attempt.

 Keep Yourself Cool: This is the key to overcome the pressure of failure. It is not necessary that you should be master in every subject. Most students appear for JEE gave their 2-4 yrs in preparing only for the exam. They understand the subject and prepare accordingly to taste the success. In your next attempt, stay calm and don’t allow pressure to overtake you. This will allow you to prepare calmly and gain confidence in face every subject.

· Keep Practicing: Never stop practicing the subjects that you going to attempt in exam. Once failed, start your practice again and identify your problem. The best thing of getting failed is it allows you to know where you fall short and practice to make it perfect. So keep practicing to make you prepared for the next attempt.

· Don’t worry about the Outcome: It is important to stay positive and avoid thinking about the outcome. Stay focused on your preparation to avoid any distraction of failure, which certainly will help you to approach exam in positive way.

· Look for Other Options: IIT is not only engineering source available in India, there are IIITs and NITs which are also offers quality engineering education. Hence, if you couldn’t make it to IIT, then check out any of the two available options to achieve engineering goals.

· Go for the State Universities: Couldn’t make it to IIT? No worries! You can still check out state universities to complete engineering degree. These state universities are accredited and approved by governing council guaranteeing of quality engineering education. Though universities too conduct entrance exam which are state levels, but can be pass through easily.

· Deemed University Gaining Pace: Every state has a deemed university offering engineering courses. So if you couldn’t make it to IIT then check out deemed universities to complete engineering degree. Since it is the question of your future, do a good research regarding the university reputation. Securing your seat in university is safer, it saves your year.

· Better Preparation: – Try to complete all topics covered earlier in small span of time and study the chapter that you were unable to complete last time. Work on weak areas as you have a good amount of time to brush-up your skills. Take up mock test available in internet and familiarize yourself with more adequate material available online. Share and compare scores with peers of same basket. Grow social network to talk and discuss about different problem that you face during preparations. Plan you study much before your mocks to as you have ample time to revise everything at least twice

Finding answers for above question can help you prepare well for the second attempt confidently. Once you have cleared JEE Main, you have a good chance to get seat in NIT or IITs or even in engineering colleges. Clearing II-JEE exam depends 10% on luck and 90% on your preparation and confidence. Yes, you might be mentally stressed or depressed with negative result, but this is not the end of road and you can check other options to get your engineering done.

Hence, if you don’t make it to any of the prestigious engineering institute, don’t feel low as you might have a brighter future than the IITians. Life gives second chance to everyone; it is up to you how you utilize it.

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Top Preparation Tips to ace JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced is envisioned as one of the most challenging engineering exams of the world. It is also considered to be student’s idealistic gateway to the prestigious IITs. Hence, majority of the candidates striving for a seat in elite institutes take this arduous exam.

Last week, we have written a complete How to Guide for JEE Advanced giving complete information on JEE Advanced.


Tips for Jee Advanced
JEE Advanced

Student Tips for JEE Advanced

Getting through such exams has become challenging considering mounting competition. Referring the best quality study material, solving numerous sample papers of previous years, covering almost the entire syllabus of JEE advanced are some of the things that majority of the aspirants do. But then why it is that only a few are able to qualify and realize their dream? What is the reason behind their success? Hard work and intelligence cannot be considered as the only factors that contribute to their success. In fact, it is extremely important to adopt a correct strategy in the right direction in order to ace such national level exams.

If you are one also one of the contenders of JEE Advanced, the as you have been preparing for it for a long while now, you already know the drill. With IIT Advanced approaching all too quickly now, the thought of competing with lakhs of students must have started taking a toll on your life. But instead of fretting over what and how to study, it is time to pep-up your preparations for the exam.

  • We are here to help you plan out your revision wisely so that you can fetch maximum possible marks in the dreadful IIT Advanced 2014:
  • Before chalking your revision plan, go through the syllabus again. Spend sufficient time on analyzing the paper pattern, the JEE syllabus and the weightage of different topics.
  • If you have 30 days in hand, prepare a revision plan of 24 days.
  • Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are equally important. Begin with the subject that seems to be toughest.
  • Try to study at least two subjects daily. This is important so that you don’t get bored of studying a single topic continuously.
  • Remember that it’s your revision time and so you must not attempt to study any new topic. Preparing a new topic won’t prove useful as you won’t be able to master it well enough for the exam.

Students are advised to prepare the entire syllabus as the examiner might frame questions from any topic. However, some of the important topics which must be revised thoroughly are as follows:

Ø Chemistry: General Organic chemistry, Alcohol, Phenol, Ether, Redox Reactions, Chemical Bonding, Coordination Compounds, s-block and p-block elements, Aldehyde Ketone, Solutions, Solid State and Chemical Thermodynamics.

Ø Physics: Electrostatics, Heat & Thermodynamics, Rotational Motion, Wave Motion, Laws of Motion, Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism, Ray Optics, Simple Harmonic Motion, Wave Optics.

Ø Mathematics: Probability, Circles, Definite Integration, Theory of Equations, Vectors, Complex Numbers, Three-Dimensional Geometry, Sequences & Series, Matrices & Determinants, Applications of Derivatives,

  • Keep NCERT books as your base books and you may use one reference book to for each subject.
  • This is the time to revisit your self-written notes, in case you prepared some. Don’t worry even if you didn’t as you must have at least highlighted the important points. You must go through the important facts and formulae as going through the entire text again would be a waste of time.
  • You may also consult some teacher or senior to help you in planning out your revision. But once you have prepared your plan, it is important to adhere to it.
  • Any kind of discussion related to revision or exam with peers must be avoided. Such conversations create tension and induce anxiety.
  • Besides revising certain portion of syllabus, you must also solve at least one previous year paper of JEE Advanced on daily basis. This will help you to figure out your weak areas so that you can improve further.
  • As you solve the sample papers, try to analyze your mistakes so that you don’t repeat them.
  • It is extremely important to have a very good speed in order to remain competitive in JEE Advanced. Try to adopt shortcuts and tricks for solving questions.
  • Fretting over what all you couldn’t cover will only have a negative impact on your performance. Accept the fact that you are trying your level best and whatever happens will be for your good.
  • It is important to practice some meditation as it helps in reducing stress. Plan some morning or evening walks, spend time with family and watch television. Don’t consider recreation a waste of time as it helps in keeping you infused with positive energy and improves concentration.

It is crucial to have faith in yourself. Visualize your success and work with zeal and zest. You need to be optimistic and determined. Always assume that you will win this battle and success will surely follow.

All the Best!!

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How to Guide for JEE Entrance Examination

The Join Entrance Examination (JEE) has been envisioned as one entrance exam for all engineering institutes across India. Right now, it can lead to admission in IITs, NITs, IIITs, and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs) as well as engineering and technical institutes of the states participating in the JEE exam system. This article acts as How to Guide for all the students who are seeking admission to top Universities in India


Joint Entrance Exam (JEE): Biggest Entrance Exam Worldwide

JEE has two steps:

  • JEE Main, and
  • JEE Advanced

JEE Main

JEE Main is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to screen candidates for NITs, IIITs, and other CFTIs. JEE Main 2014 has replaced the state-level entrance exams for Gujarat, Mahrashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Nagaland and Odisha for admission to the institutions of these states.

JEE Entrance Examination

JEE Main conducts two separate papers:

  • Paper 1 for B.E. and B. Tech aspirants, and
  • Paper 2 for B. Arch and B. Planning aspirants.

Students seeking admission in B. Arch courses at the IITs are advised to take Paper 1.

Paper 1 is conducted in both offline (pen and paper based) and online (computer based) mode while Paper 2 is conducted only in offline mode.

Paper 1 is also considered as an eligibility test for JEE Advanced – the next step of the JEE system.

In Paper 1, objective-type questions are asked with equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

In Paper 2, there are three parts. Part 1 is Mathematics, Part 2 is Aptitude Test while Part 2 is Drawing Test. Part 1 and 2 have objective-type questions while Part 3 has questions to test drawing aptitude of the candidate.

Duration of the exam of both JEE Main Paper 1 and Paper 2 is three hours.

Syllabus for JEE Main

JEE Main syllabus is almost similar to the CBSE syllabus for Physics, Chemistry and Maths specified for Class XI and Class XII.

JEE Main Scoring Pattern

There is negative marking in the JEE Main exam. ¼ marks of the question are deducted from the total score of the exam. No marks are deducted for the questions that have not been attempted.

JEE Main Examination Fees

For exam centres in India

  • For offline Paper 1 or Paper 2 exam: Rs 1,000/- for General Category male students, and Rs 500/- for all other students.
  • For online Paper 1 or Paper 2 exam: Rs 600/- for General Category male students, and Rs 300/- for all other students.
  • For both the exams in pen and paper based mode: Rs 1,800/- for General Category male students, and Rs 900/- for all other students.
  • For both the exams in computer based mode: Rs 1,400/- for General Category male students, and Rs 700/- for all other students.

For exam centres abroad

  • For Paper 1 or Paper 2 exam: Rs 2,500/- for General Category male students, and Rs 1,250/- for all other students.
  • For both the exams: Rs 3,800/- for General Category male students, and Rs 1,900/- for all other students.

How to apply for JEE Main exam?

JEE Main application form is only available online. One student can fill up only one application form. Payment can be done through either credit or debit card online or through e-challan ICICI bank, Syndicate bank or Canara bank. E-challan is generated after filling up the online application form for JEE Main.

Once you submit the application form, you are allowed to modify some of the details online till the specified date. After that, you will not be allowed to make any changes.

Make sure you print out the confirmation page after application form submission and keep it safe for future reference.

It is the responsibility of the students to make sure that they are eligible for the exam and that they are able to present their board results by June 25, 2014.

Eligibility Criteria for JEE Main exam
  1. Date of Birth: Candidates should not be more than 25 years old on October 1 of the year of exam. For SC, ST and PwD candidates, there is a relaxation of 5 years in the upper age limit.
  2. Year of Appearance in Qualifying Exam (QE): Students can only attempt JEE Main for a maximum of three times. Students taking the exam must have passed their Class 12th board exams in the year of exam or up to two years prior to the exam year.
  3. Subjects in QE: Students should have at least five subjects in Class 12th board exam, including English, Physics, Chemistry and Maths.

JEE Main Result

Before the declaration of results, students will be able to check JEE Main answer key and the copy of their OMR sheet online. In case they see any discrepancy, they can challenge their marks by paying Rs 1,000/- per question by the specified date.

You can use free askIITians JEE Main Rank Predictor after calculating you JEE Main scores and see what rank you can expect in the exam.

On the result day, students’ actual marks in Paper 1 will be declared along with the status of whether they qualify for JEE Advanced or not.

JEE Main rank lists will be declared after the JEE Advanced exam has been conducted. They will be drawn on the basis of scores of candidates (with 40% weightage to normalised Class 12 board marks and 60% weightage to JEE Main score). The JEE Main Rank Card will have All India Rank, Category Rank, State Rank, Total Marks and Marks in each paper for a candidate.

JEE Main Counselling

Centralised counselling procedure only considers All India Rank (AIR) of a student for admission to NITs, IITs, CFTIs and SFIs. Students indicate their choices online during web counselling period and then, seats are offered to them on the basis of their preferences and their AIRs.

There are institutes that accept JEE Main scores but do not participate in the centralized JEE Main counselling process.

JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced is conducted by the JEE Apex Board (JAB) to screen candidates for all the IITs and ISM Dhanbad only.


JEE Advanced Eligibility Criteria

Only Top 1,20,000 rank holders in various JEE Main rank lists are eligible for the exam – only if they fall within the Top 20 percentile of their respective boards in the QE. The candidates will be distributed across the rank lists according to the following specifications:

  • Top 75,750 (50.5%) from the Common Merit List (CML)
  • Top 40,500 (27%) from Other Backward Classes-Non creamy layer OBC(NCL) Merit List
  • Top 22,500 (15%) from Scheduled Caste(SC) Merit List
  • Top 11,250 (7.5%) from Scheduled Tribe(ST) Merit List

3% of total category seats are reserved for PwD candidates (i.e. 2,272 for GE-PwD; 1,215 for OBC (NCL) – PwD; 675 for SC-PwD and 338 for ST-PwD).

One can only attempt JEE Advanced 2014. So, one can appear for it only if they appeared for Class XII board in the year of examination or the year prior to it.

One does not have to apply separately for the JEE Advanced exam but eligible candidates do have to register online for the exam by the specified date.

JEE Advanced Exam Pattern

JEE Advanced has two papers – Paper 1 and Paper 2, which are available in English and Hindi. One can indicate the choice of language in the question paper during online registration for JEE Advanced.

Each paper will have duration of three hours and will have three sections – Physics, Chemistry and Maths.

Type of questions will be objective-type and multiple-choice questions that will test the comprehension, logic, reasoning ability and analytical skills of candidates.

Syllabus for JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced syllabus is slightly different from the JEE Main syllabus. However, it has remained unchanged for more than a decade now.

JEE Advanced Scoring Pattern

There is negative marking in some sections of the JEE Advanced exam. No marks are deducted for the questions that have not been attempted.

What information you need to provide during JEE Advanced registration?

When you register for the exam, you will have to fill in:

  1. Choice of exam city
  2. Choice of language of question paper
  3. Year of first attempt in JEE Advanced
  4. Whether you are entitled for DS category reservation?
  5. Whether you need a scribe?
  6. Upload passport size photo in JPEG format, legible scanned signature and soft copies of certificates like DOB certificate, Class X certificate and certificates to indicate your category and sub-category (if you fall under reserved categories).

JEE Advanced Examination Fees

For exam centres in India
  • For General Category and OBC male candidates: Rs 2,000/-
  • For SC, ST and PwD male candidates: Rs 1000/- For both the exams in pen and paper based mode: Rs 1,800/- for General Category male students, and Rs 900/- for all other students.
  • No fees for female candidates.
For exam centres abroad
  • For all candidates: US$ 220

JEE Advanced Admit Card

Once you register for the exam and pay the fees, candidates will be able to dowload their admit cards online on the specified date. If there are any discrepancies in the admit card, candidates are advised to contact the Chairman, JEE (Advanced) of their Zonal IIT by the specified date.

Print out of the admit card is absolutely necessary to enter the examination hall where invigilators will verify the identity of the candidates and give them the original admit card.

You should preserve the JEE Advanced admit card until the admission process is over.

JEE Advanced Result

Candidates will be able to match their ORS sheet copy with the JEE Advanced answer key by the specified date. Any errors in the marking of copy can be challenged by paying Rs 500/- per question to be reviewed by the specified date.

JEE Advanced ranking is done for only those students who appear for both Paper 1 and Paper 2. In each subject, the marks considered for ranking are the sum of marks in Paper 1 and marks in Paper 2 for that subject.

To be a part of a rank list, a candidate should have more than the specified cutoff marks for that category.

  • JEE Advance cutoffs for Common Merit List is 10% in each subject and 35% in aggregate.
  • For OBC (NCL) category, students should have at least 9% in each subject and 31.5% in aggregate.
  • For SC and ST categories, students should have at least 5% in each subject and 17.5% in aggregate.
  • For PwD category, students should have at least 5% in each subject and 17.5% in aggregate.

Once the JEE Advanced results are declared, students will be able to download their rank cards online which will have their JEE Advanced AIRs and Category Ranks.

JEE Advanced Counseling

The IIT JEE counselling procedure has three steps:

  • Online Choice Filling
  • Seat Allocation and
  • Institute-level Admission Procedure

In online choice filling, students who successfully crack JEE Advanced exam have to indicate their preference for participating institutes and the courses they offer.

Certificates are verified and seat allotment is done strictly on the basis of choice of students, number of seats in a course, and the AIR and category rank of applicants.

Students have to accept seats and then, contact the institute directly to complete the admission process.

As students accept or withdraw from seats, several rounds of counseling take place to make sure that no seats remain empty.

A student who accepts the seat once (and do not withdraw it in specified time) is not allowed to sit for IIT JEE again.

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Financial analyst career is always dealing with numbers , investment strategies and also analyzing the financial environment. In one line we can say “how to use and create money” seriously the role always deals with money some or the other way. If your favorite subject is Mathematics,if you don’t get bored with the subject then you will love your job.

Educational qualifications: To become a financial analyst you need to have a minimum Bachelor of commerce (B.Com) OR Bachelor of Arts with economics and statistics as optional subjects. Additional degrees such as Master of Business Administration in finance from best B-Schools , Top educational institutes like IIM’s,XLRI,ISB etc., M.Com, Chartered Accountant (CA) will be an added advantage for more employment opportunities. Even Post Graduation diplomas will be helpful.


Skills required for a financial analyst: In order to become a full time financial analyst you need to have good knowledge with calculations , investment strategies, as a financial analyst you need to maintaining more information hence you need to have good hands on experience with MS-Excel and MS-power point , understanding financial environment and upgrading the knowledge from time to time and forecasting the future for various investments, communication and interpersonal skills are mandatory for a financial analyst .

Employment opportunities for financial analyst : more the skills more the compensation and opportunities which comes through experience and knowledge acquired. So , you can go for the institutes where they offer internship opportunities with best organizations.

Likely, CRISIL certified analyst program is a two year intensive program which offers work while you learn which covers your coursework as well you will be exposed to interactive workshops with various top known financial analysts and organizations.

Best Educational Institutions offering Financial analyst course in foreign countries:

  • LSBF – London School of Business and Finance : Investment management course
  • Eastern Michigan University , College of Business : Graduate Certificate in Finance
  • University of San Francisco : 18 months program of Master of Financial Analysis
  • Australian School of Business : offers a program in accounting and finance
  • University of Glasgow: is offering a course in Masters of International Financial Analysis

Best Indian Institutes offering the course of Financial Analyst:

Undergraduate courses:

University of Delhi is offering a full time graduate program in financial and investment analysis which is mainly focused in training in financial analysis.

Post Graduation and Diploma courses:

Indian Institute of Financial planning, New Delhi :

  • Diploma program in Financial planning and Wealth Management.
  • Certificate program in Certified financial planner CM and CFA

S P Jain School of Global Management :

  • Global MBA program Finance Management

Xavier Institute of Management , Bhubaneswar :

  • Post Graduate Certificate program  in Banking and Financial services

Birla Institute of Technology and Science :

  • M.Sc. Tech Finance which mainly focus on financial engineering along with computing knowledge.

Hence, these are the top most best institutes offering the course of financial analyst and after the completion of the course their will be more employment opportunities in banking and Insurance sectors apart from Business organizations.

Career as Soft Skill Trainer

Soft skill trainer , now a days we often listen to the word “soft skills” if you are a student or an employee you must have got habituated with this word. Soft skills has become essential for success in work place. So let us discuss what are these soft skills and why do we need a trainer. Soft skills are generally inbuilt talents like communication skills,  team managing capability and working in a team,  problem solving skills, thinking skills, adaptability to the new situations , personality development etc., these are all considered as soft skills by the corporate world.

So, if you have the ability to capture the attention of the audience through your speaking skills and have the capability of motivating , tips to manage a team and problem solving , adaptability to changes then you can make these soft skills as your career.

Career opportunities for soft skill trainer:

Now a days, corporate companies mainly multi national companies  are organizing various soft skill training programs and are recruiting soft skill trainers to trim their corporate employees and even the Educational institutions mainly Engineering  and Management colleges are  considering soft skills as an important subject for their students in making a good career and hence hiring soft skills trainer mainly for placements in molding their students suitable for the corporate World.

what does a soft skill trainer does :

As i already told you soft skills are inbuilt skills which need to be used and improved in day to day life .So a soft skill trainer generally motivates the students and employees in developing and improving their inbuilt soft skills:

Improves the communication abilities: Soft skill trainer generally motivates the employees to communicate properly, teaches the etiquette  ,their by surely improving the communication gap between the employees of the organization, improving the presentation skills and language skills  but both oral and writing.

personality development:

Through improving the soft skills one can improve their personality by developing communication skills of language, problem solving skill, building self confidence and adaptability skills.

Improvement of interpersonal and team work skills in an organization:

Their will be more productivity and improvement in the environment of organization if you motivate the employees towards their goals and objectives. Responsibilities and work ethics will also be improved through soft skill program.

so, these are the various reasons why education institutes and corporate companies are hiring soft skills trainers.

Best Institutes offering Soft skills training programs:

Though their are many Institutes offering various short term and long term courses of soft skills, here are the best institutes which provide soft skill programs in their institutes:

  • IIT’s , Indian Institute of Technology of Rourkela and Kanpur are offering courses
  • National Institute of Technical teachers Training and Research of Chandigarh, Kolkata and Bhopal are offering course.

Hence, if you are fond of teaching but want to go into the corporate world then Career as Soft skill trainer will be best suitable to you. All the Best.


Environmental science has been developed as a subject and also creating many job opportunities in the field of science with the increasing need of protecting the resources and controlling the various pollutions prevailing in the Environment . It is no doubt that the environment is the source of life to living beings on the earth  for providing  food, shelter,water etc., so it is our responsibility to use it properly and safeguard its valuable resources.

career in environmental science

With the increasing growth of Industrialization and urbanization the balance of environment has been being disturbed resulting in unsustainable growth and development which proves to be dangerous in the long run. So , the need for environmentalists has been in demand  in order to safeguard and protect the resources of environment by applying various techniques and following Eco friendly methods.  Hence ,their arises many opportunities for environmentalists as scientists, Professors,biologists, modelers, engineers and journalists. The more the experience you get in this subject the more the opportunities come in your career path.

Opportunities for Environmentalists in various firms which mainly deal with:   fertilizer and distilleries plants, mines, refineries, textile mills etc., requires environmental science holders for testing and developing various methods and technologies which are eco friendly.

Government firms in the field of Social and Research Development, Forest and Wildlife Management, NGOs, Pollution Control Boards, Urban Planning, Water Resources and Agriculture  hires environmentalists for protecting the resources and checking the intensity of the pollution in the environment.

One can start their career as professors in Colleges and Universities  and also can get a work opportunity in ministry of Environment and Forests as an advisor.

Some Institutes and Universities which are providing various courses in the field of Environmental Science which includes Graduate, post Graduate, M.Phil, P.hD , research programs are:

  • Aligarh Muslim University
  • Anna University
  • Awadh University
  • Andhra University
  • Babasaheb B R Ambedkar University
  • B R Ambedkar Marathwada University,
  • Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University
  • Chaudhary Charan Singh University
  • Delhi College of Engineering
  • Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya,
  • Guru Jambheshwar University
  • Jamia Hamdard University
  • Jawahral Nehru University (JNU), School of Environmental Sciences
  • Purvanchal University
  • Tamil Nadu GD Agricultural University
  • University of Jammu, Jammu
  • University of Madras
  • University of Rajasthan
  • University of Mysore
  • University of Pune
  • Visvesvarya Technological University

Hence, if you want to choose a career in the field of sciences then Environmental science is a wide subject which you can go for. All the Best.

Career enhancement with Open Universities in India

Open Universities provide a chance for the students to pursue higher level of education through distance learning as per their flexibility with out disturbing their daily routines ( job, business etc.,). These universities provide various  graduate, post graduate, PhD, M.Phil etc., programs in various areas  of subject.  A Person  can join their choice of course ,satisfying the eligibility criteria with respect to rules and regulations proposed by the particular Universities.


Many of the students, job holders , business men, house wife’s etc., opt for the open universities as they are flexible and help in career enhancement. In India their are 14 open Universities which offers various corresponding courses :

  1. Indira Gandhi National Open University – Maidan Garhi, New Delhi
  2. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Open University (BRAOU), Hyderabad, A.P. – (1982) Prof. G. Ram Reddy Marg Road No.46, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad – 500033, Andhra Pradesh, India
  3. Vardhman Mahaveer Open University (Vmou), Kota, Rajasthan – (1987) Rawatbhata Road, Akhelgarh, Kota-324010, Rajasthan,
  4. Nalanda Open University (NOU), Patna, Bihar – (1987) IIIrd Floor, Biscomaun Bhawan, West Gandhi Maidan, Patna – 800001, Bihar, India
  5. Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU), Nashik, Maharashtra – (1989) Dnyanagangotri, Near Gangapur Dam, Nashik-422222, Maharashtra India
  6. Madhya Pradesh Bhoj Open University (MPBOU), Bhopal, M.P. – (1991) I.T.I (Gas Rahat), Building Govindpura, Bhopal – 462023
  7. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Open University (BAOU), Ahmedabad, Gujarat – (1994) Govt. Bungalow No.9, Dafnala, Shahi Baug, Ahmedabad-380003, Gujarat, India
  8. Karnataka State Open University (KSOU), Mysore, Karnataka – (1996) Manasagangotri, Mysore – 570006, Karnataka, India
  9. Netaji Subhas Open University (NSOU), Kolkata, W.B. – (1997) 1, Woodburn Park, Kolkata -700020, West Bengal, India
  10. U.P. Rajarshi Tandon Open University (UPRTOU), Allahabad, U.P. – (1998) 17, Maharshi Dayanand Marg (Thornhill Road), Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
  11. Tamil Nadu Open University (TNOU), Chennai, Tamil Nadu – (2002) Directorate of Technical Education Campus, Guindy, Chennai-600025
  12. PT. Sunderlal Sharma Open University (PSSOU), Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh (2005) Near Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhayay Park, Vayapar Vihar, Bilaspur (Chattisgarh) -495001
  13. Uttaranchal Open University, Haldwani, (NAINITAL), Uttaranchal – Near Sourabh Mount View, Bhotia Traow, Haldwani-263141, Nainital
  14. K. K. Handique State University, Guwahati, Assam

The above are the various open universities in India and generally admission notification in to various courses are announced through print and electronic media. So , want to gain more knowledge and higher qualification with flexible timings opt for open universities.

Software Define Networking Video Tutorials

Software Defined Networking (SDN) is one of the top emerging technologies in telecommunications domain. This article gives information about top SDN Tutorials

SDN Tutorials from ONF

ONF is the organization that looks after SDN development. Given below are the Video Tutorials related to SDN.

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Top SDN Tutorials from experts

Given below is the play list for top Software Define Networking Tutorials from Experts

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Free Online Courses from Foreign Universities

Online Courses are one of the best ways to stay updated with the latest technologies. There are many quality institutes which have started online tutoring.

Course Era Online Courses
Online Courses

Now with websites like CourseEra which have come up providing necessary infrastructure for top university professors to provide free courses online, there are some of the best courses students can avail online for free.

These courses are provided free of cost and are based on registration and first come first serve basis. Once students register to these online courses, they can access to the tutorials from top university professors. Online Assignments need to be submitted and students can get in touch with the lecturers through forums for those courses. This is one of the best way to interact with similar skilled students from different parts of the world.

Recently CourseEra started providing certificate of completion for these courses. However, this is not equal to the degree provided by those universities. But for students looking for latest courses, this is one of the best ways to stay updated with the latest technologies.

Every month, new online courses are updated. Check out CourseEra for these courses and do share your comments.

Top CAT Exam books for 2013

CAT Exam for 2013 is in the coming months and people who are looking for some of the best CAT Exam material, here are some of the books we refer from Students Tips which can help you in CAT Exam preparation.

1. How to prepare for Quantative Aptitude in CAT Exam

Many of the students face time shortage when solving Quantative Aptitude. It is one of the important part of the exam which can help you crack the exam.

Given below is one of the best Common Admission Test Exam books that can help you in solving Quantative Aptitude.

2. Mastering CAT Common Admission Test

One of the top CAT Exam books which can help students in mastering CAT.

3. 1400 Problems in Mathematics for CAT, MAT, MBA

One of the best books which is preferred for solving mathematics problems. Interesting and useful for people who are weak in maths.