Dear sir or madam from june iam in confusion that is this year i go to collage or not and is there any board (without online) offline and a thought came that may i join next year.I joined collage, admition fees is paid books were taken and now iam not interested.if it is exam in march i willfail100%
We must not hope that the colleges are going to open soon, everything will take a good amount of time to come back to normal conditions. Schools are considered to open in a phased manner but this not going to happen soon. The next session will start in a few months, so if you wish to take admission in the next session, you may drop out right now. You can withdraw your admission from the current year but keep in mind that by doing this you will waste an important year of your life, you have to start your college again. But if you are adamant about it, then it's up to you. But think twice before doing so. Don't fear examinations, it is very difficult for maximum number of students to study online so you are not alone in this situation.
Hello Sir , Iam Mohd Abdul Aleem ,a student of 2nd year intermediate . I Have these questions to you: 1.Will the question paper pattern will be changed this year as CBSE changed their pattern? 2.When are colleges going to open? 3.Pratical Exams ? 4.Board Exams? Plz reply me Sir Thanking you
1) as of now there is no news of application of the new pattern from this session onwards (though it had been proposed) so rest assured because even if the pattern is introduced, it will be new and anxiety inducing for all equally and the schools will definitely try their best in explaining the implications.
2) The decision to reopen colleges and universities has been left on respective state governments' discretion so keep an eye out for any such news in your state.
3) and 4) both of these are dependent upon whether some new pattern will be introduced or not. For now just carry on with the mindset that board exams will happen at least for this coming session (given the covid circumstances and all).
best of luck!
For NIT AND IIT ( Telangana intermediate board), 75% is just in Sr Inter or Jr Inter and Sr Inter together?
Till last year, there was a class 12th eligibility criteria that students must have to pass their class 12 with 75% aggregate marks and it was mandatory till 2019 .
But, this year (2020), due to this covid-19 pandemic the class 12th passing eligibility criteria has been given a relaxation, and now you just have to pass your class 12th exam and there is no such criteria this year that you must secure 75% in a class 12th board exams.
But there is no offical news that this relaxation will continue in 2021. It may be possible that after the pandemic situation gets controlled, class 12th 75% passing eligibility criteria will again come to picture and this relaxation will be scrapped away.
So, just to remain on safer side secure more than 75% in class 12th boards seriously.
So, if you belong from any board, then try to get 75% in your class 12th boards exams or class 12th inter exam.
I got 812 marks out of 1000 in intermediate telangana board . fist year - 462 , 2nd year - 360 Im I eligible for Nits, IITS . ?? 75% minimum eligible full filled or not??
If you are going to appear for JEE-Main or JEE-Advance than you should keep in mind that you have to score above or equal to 75% in you 10+2 i.e. only 12th. So according to the data given by you you have scored 360 marks out of 500 in 10+2 according to which you have secured 72% which makes you ineligible for JEE-Main.
But note that if you have secured your position in top 20 percentile of your state board results than also you are eligible for JEE-Main.
You can get complete details on eligibility of JEE-Main from the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
75 percentage in board of class 12th in cbse is same of 75 percentage in Telangana board for her mains nit + system???
To get admission in IITs/NITs/GFTIs a candidate must have passed in 10+2 with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry with atleast 75% aggregate for General category candidates and for SC/ST it is 65% aggregate. Candidate need to score 75% aggregate or 65% aggregate in their respective board exams depending on the category they belong to.You don't need to compare to compare CBSE with Telangana state board.If you have score 75% aggregate in CBSE board exam then you will be eligible to get seat in IITs/ NITs/ GFTIs.