After +2


Right choice and involvement will pave for success in Entrance examinations

Dr.T.P.Sethumadhavan

 Students need to prioritise three or four courses for higher education after Plus two. They have to work on an alternate path if their preferences are not fulfilled; Says Dr.T.P.Sethumadhavan, Education and Career Consultant and the Founder of nextedu.in education start up. He made this remark while addressing the Plus two science students who are preparing for entrance examination at Chacko Memorial Hall, Thrissur on 19th March 2017. The programme was organised by Riju and PSK classes for the students and parents.
Environment, effort and direction will pave way to success. Lot of changes are taking place in the Entrance examinations across the country. Students aspiring for Medical courses can write NEET, AIIMS and JIPMER entrance examinations. While applying for entrance examinations care should be taken to successfully upload the photo, signature and net banking procedures. NEET examination will have 180 questions with 760 marks. Of which 50 percent questions will be from Biology. Biology decides the fate of NEET Success rate. If a student’s performance in biology is excellent, with 50 percent each marks in Physics and Chemistry he will get 500 marks which can facilitate to get an MBBS admission. While writing the entrance examinations, students have to attempt questions in the order of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Time management is more important. Students who applied for AIIMS entrance test also need to prepare general knowledge questions. GK questions will be from national and international subjects. General Knowledge pertaining to last one year will facilitate to get better marks in this subject. Since AIIMS and NEET have negative marking, care should be taken not to answer unknown questions. JIPMER has questions from different topics such as physics, chemistry, Biology, Logical and Quantitative Reasoning and English and Comprehension without negative marking system.
Students aspiring for JEE Main and JEE Advanced need to get 75 percent marks at Plus two level for eligibility. JEE advanced facilitate students to get admission in Indian Institute of Technologies and other National technology institutes. JEE main ranks will help the students to get admission in National institute of Technologies.
Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology admission is based on JEE main rank and JEE advanced status. Birla Institute of Technology and Science provide excellent opportunities in research and career. Students need to evaluate BITSAT exam as next to JEE advanced. KVPY, JEE advanced, ISSER aptitude tests and NEST are the ways through which students can try for getting admission at ISSER, Indian Institute of Science or National Institute of Science Education and research.
Indian Institute of Management Indore’s five year Management programme, National Law Universities Common Law Admission Test, National Institute of Fashion Technologies NIFT entrance examination for fashion technology and design are some of the prospective examinations for aspiring students. Across the world, Art and design is acquiring momentum, National Institute of Design and IITs offer customised design courses like product, automobile or other design courses.
English and Foreign language University, Chennai Mathematical Institute, Indian Statistical institute, National Council for Hotel management, Tata Institute of Social sciences and IIT, Chennai’s National level entrance examinations and National Defence Academy’s UPSC examinations are highly competitive in nature. Some of the major engineering entrance examinations other than JEE include Kerala Engineering Entrance examination, Cochin University of Science and Technology entrance examinations, Amrita Engineering entrance examination, Vellore institute of technology and SRM engineering entrance examinations. Advanced IT and Automation are emerging across the world. Make in India, Skill India, Digital India, Clean India and Tech India will create more opportunities in engineering sector. It has been forecasted that number of Indian engineering across the world need to reach 25 percent from current 16 percent. Social, mobile, analytics and cloud services are emerging as the potent employment areas in the coming years. Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Management (STEM) provide umpteen opportunities. New media, creative courses, food technology, entrepreneurship, art and design are some of the emerging sectors.
Overseas education provides immense opportunity for students in STEM courses. Scholastic aptitude test and English proficiency tests like TOEFL/IELS provide access to foreign universities in US, UK, Australia, Canada and UK for getting admission to under graduate courses.
Selection of the courses must be based on interest, attitude and aptitude of the students, but not based on peer pressure. Moreover students need the improve communication, English proficiency, general awareness and skill development to succeed in the education and career sector. Unwanted stress among students and parents will reduce the success rate substantially. Sethumadhavan told. Around 2000 students and parents attended the programme.

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