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Learning Hub will conduct various psychological tests to see whether student capable of or interested to go at certain direction of further studies. With consultation with parents, teachers, and psychological profile, Learning Hub can suggest parents which side student should pursue his / her career.

Learning Hub will give each student a Tablet which consists of required NCERT and CBSE books along with thousands of test papers to solve online. Learning Hub will provide internet connection to all students for this purpose inside premises.

Learning Hub will provide JEE / NEET / CET coaching till end of the academic year and students will keep tablet with them for their use. Fees does not consist of crash course fees after 12th Sci exam.

Crash courses will begun only after 12th Sci exams for students need attention and extra fees will be levied.

Learning Hub ensures that student who does all homework, tests, study on time, they do not need any crash course and study with the help of tablet at their home.

Separate page is available for various exams in 2018 on web page.

MHT-CET:

 

  • Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET) is an annual entrance exam conducted by the Government of Maharashtra for admission for Engineering, University Managed, University Departments and Unaided Institutes in the state of Maharashtra, India. State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra will invite applications from eligible candidates. DTE Maharashtra will conduct MHT CET 2018 tentatively in the second week of May 2018. The entrance test will be held for 2 papers – Paper I for Mathematics (1.30 hours) and Paper II (1.30 hours) for Physics and Chemistry in offline or pen & paper based mode.  Candidates need to study the whole class 12th syllabus along with only some portions of class 11 syllabus. Application forms of MHT CET 2018 will be available in online mode for aspirants from the second week of February to the second week of April 2018. Candidates will be able to download the admit card of MHT CET 2018 from the fourth week of April 2018. From 2017 onwards, candidates are required to enter their Aadhaar Card details while filling MHT CET the application form 2018. The article is written on the basis of last year’s official MHT CET Notification, It will be updated as soon as the official MHT CET Notification 2018 for this year is released.

MH CET 2018 Examination will be organized on 10th May 2018.

 JEE:

 

  • JEE Main 2018 Exam Dates

    Here we are providing official exam dates of JEE Main 2018.

    EventsExam Dates (Announced)
    Release of JEE Main 2018 Notification22nd November 2017
    Commencement of Online Application Form1st December 2017
    Facility for Correcting Images starts8th December 2017
    Mock test release13th December 2017
    Closing Date of Online Application Form1st January 2018
    Last Date of Fee Payment2nd January 2018
    Application Form Correction Window9th – 22nd January 2018
    Availability of Admit Card2nd week of March 2018
    Examination Date for offline exam(Pen & Paper Based Test)8th April 2018
    Examination Date for online exam (Computer Based Test)15th & 16th April 2018
    Answer Key & OMR Sheet Availability24th – 27th April 2018
    Declaration of Result (Paper 1)/AIR rank & candidates eligible to appear in JEE Advanced30th April 2018
    Declaration of AIR rank (paper 2)31st May 2018
    Availability of Score/Rank Cards on website
    After declaration of AIR of JEE Main 2018

    JEE Main New Changes Introduced:

    Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India has introduced some new changes in the pattern of JEE Mains. Here are the highlights:

    • newiconFor JEE Main 2018 exam, CBSE has announced to establish 258 exam centres, out of which 248 are in India and 10 outside India.
    • newiconThe board has decided to allow Diabetic students to carry sugar tablets or fruits such as banana, apple or orange and a transparent bottle of water.
    • newiconSlot Booking: From the year 2018, students will be able to book their slot for the online mode examination. Check here for slot booking.
    • newiconNo weightage will be given to 12th class marks for calculating All India Rank (AIR) in JEE Main. No verification will be required for 12th class roll number.
    • In order to qualify for admission to IITs, NITs, IIITs, CFTIs, candidates must have at least 75% marks (65% for SC/ST) in higher secondary examination or must be in top 20 percentile in class 12th examination conducted by respective boards.
    • Moreover, candidates should have Aadhaar Card Number to fill the application form.
    • Candidates from Meghalaya, J & K and Assam are excluded from this provision. Such candidates have to enter passport number, ration card number, bank account number or any other valid Govt. identity number to get examination centre in these states only.

    JEE Main Admit Card 2018

    • After submitting the application form, candidates start searching the admit card. JEE Main 2018 admit card will be issued in the second week of March 2018.
    • CBSE will release the admit card through online mode.
    • The board has also provide the facility to book slot for the online mode examination.
    • Admit card will contain exam schedule, exam centre details, candidate’s roll number, etc.

    JEE Main 2018 Exam Pattern

    As JEE Main is conducted in two different papers. Check the exam structure separately for both the papers:

    For JEE Main Paper-1:

    • Course: Paper-1 is conducted for admission to B.E./B.Tech courses.
    • Exam Mode: The exam mode for paper 1 will be offline (PBT) as well as online (CBT). Candidates can opt any one of the modes as per their suitability.
    • Subjects: The paper-1 will consist of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects.
    • Number of Questions: 30 questions will be asked from each subject with the total of 90 questions comprising of 360 marks.
    • Type of Questions: Only objective type questions will be asked in Paper-1.
    • Language: For all exam cities, the question paper medium choice will be English & Hindi (except exam centre cities in Gujarat, Daman & Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli where choices for question paper will be English, Hindi and Gujarati). The choice for question paper should be exercised while filling up the application form.
    • Exam Duration: The time duration will be 3 hours.
    • Marking Scheme: Candidates will be provided with +4 marks for each correct answer.
    • Negative Marking: In case of the wrong answer, one mark will be deducted.

    For JEE Main Paper-2:

    • Course: Paper-2 is conducted for admission to B.Arch/B.Planning courses.
    • Exam Mode: The exam mode for this paper will be offline (PBT) mode.
    • Number of Questions: 30 questions will be asked in Mathematics (Part-1), 50 questions in aptitude test (Part-2) and 2 questions in drawing comprising of total 390 marks.
    • Type of Questions: The Mathematics and Aptitude test section will contain objective type questions. Drawing test will be subjective.
    • Language: For all exam cities, the question paper medium choice will be English & Hindi (except exam centre cities in Gujarat, Daman & Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli where choices for question paper will be English, Hindi and Gujarati). The choice for question paper should be exercised while filling up the application form.
    • Exam Duration: The time duration will be 3 hours.
    • Marking Scheme: Candidates will be provided with +4 marks for each correct answer.
    • Negative Marking: In case of the wrong answer, one mark will be deducted.
    PapersSubjectsNumber of QuestionsMaximum Marks
    Paper-1Physics30 Questions120 marks
    Chemistry30 Questions120 marks
    Mathematics30 Questions120 marks
    Paper-2Mathematics30 Questions120 marks
    Aptitude Test50 Questions200 marks
    Drawing2 Questions70 marks

    JEE Main 2018 Syllabus

    JEE Main 2018 syllabus provides the details about topics and chapters that may be asked in JEE Main paper-1 and paper-2 examination. Both the papers are for different courses, therefore, the syllabus is also different for both. JEE Main syllabus for paper-1 contains important chapters from physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taught in the 11th and 12th standard of CBSE, ICSE and other boards.

    For Paper-2 syllabus comprising of Mathematics, aptitude test and drawing. Candidates can download the detailed syllabus as it will be released by CBSE.

    How to Prepare for JEE Mains

    Get some beneficial preparation tips for scoring well in JEE Main examination:

    • Make a proper study time-table.
    • Exam pattern plays a very important role in exam preparation. Understand the syllabus and exam pattern.
    • To score well in the examination, students are advised to prepare PCM subjects thoroughly of class 11th and 12th standard.
    • Candidates having a good command over NCERT books can easily score good marks in JEE Main.
    • Candidates can also go through the past years question papers to know about the difficulty level of the exam.
    • Practice mock tests to know your weak areas.
    • Time Management is very important. Set your timetable so that you can easily decide your study hours. Divide your time well among school, tuition, coaching classes, exercise, entertainment, etc.
    • Do not take the stress and keep yourself healthy.