September 26, 2017

Senior Inter Zoology Chapter Wise Marks Weightage, Study Plan and Exam Tips

In IPE, the Zoology Theory Paper is for 60 marks. Out of the 60 marks, 20 marks are allocated for Very Short Answer Questions [VSAQ : 10 questions x 2 marks], 24 marks are allocated for Short Answer Questions [SAQ : 6 questions x 4 marks] and 16 marks for Long Answer Questions [LAQ : 2 questions x 8 marks]. Zoology Practical
Examination will be conducted separately for 30 marks at the end of Second Year. The syllabus of Zoology is divided into 8 Units. Following is the chapter wise weightage for IPE exams in AP and Telangana.


As there is no choice for VSAQ, all questions should be answered. To answer these questions, all topics are to be understood clearly, read thoroughly and remember the subject matter. Answer for these questions must be direct and brief.

For example...

Q: Name the valves that guard the left and right atrioventricular apertures in human beings
Ans: a. Left atrioventricular aperture: Bicuspid valve or Mitral valve b. Right atrioventricular aperture:
Tricuspid valve.

Eight SAQ will be given. One has to answer any six in 15-20 lines each. Some questions are related to drawing the diagram and labeling also. Answer for some SAQ may not be in 20 lines and for some, it may be more than 20 lines. Hence, do not count the number of lines. Write the perfect and complete answer.

If diagram is asked, draw it with a sharply pointed pencil and label the parts towards right side. If space is not sufficient, write on left side also. Generally diagrams are asked from the units II and VII.

Regarding LAQ, three questions will be given. You have to answer any two which are familiar to you. Each answer should be in 45-60 lines. Illustrations are also necessary for these questions. This type of questions are selected from the units II, VI, VII and VIII.

Syllabus and Questions:

Units I to V: Human Anatomy and Physiology

Even though first five units are related to human Anatomy and Physiology are elaborate, they are interesting and easy to understand because all aspects belong to our body and hence remembering the points is easy.

Give much attention in practicing the diagrams and labelling them.

Beside other lessons, pay special attention on the following for LAQ
Digestive system
Process of digestion
Structure and functioning of heart
Structure of nephron
Process of urine formation
Sliding filament theory
Structure and functions of brain
Propagation of nerve impulse
Male and female reproductive system.

For SAQ pay special attention on the following topics

Functions of liver
Blood clotting
Differences between arteries and veins
Counter current mechanism
Contractile proteins
Synaptic transmission
Secretions of pituitary
Diabetes mellitus
Structure and functions of placenta
Practice the following diagrams thoroughly
L.S of tooth
Oxygen haemoglobin dissociation curve
L.S of heart
V.S of kidney
Structure of myofibril
Fore limb bones
Pelvic girdle
Male and female reproductive systems
Graafian follicle
Out of the three LAQ, two will be given from these units in addition to SAQ and VSAQ

Unit VI: Genetics

Generally one each of SAQ and LAQ will be given from this unit

Concentrate on Inheritance of blood groups, Sex determination, Sex linked inheritance, Genetic disorders and on DNA finger printing.

For SAQ, read aims of human genome project, Erythroblastosis foetalis etc. are more important.

Unit VII: Organic Evolution and Unit VIII Applied Biology

From these units, SAQ will be given.
Besides other topics, read the following once again
Industrial melanism
Homologous and analogous organs
ELISA

Different types of cancers etc. While reading concentrate your mind on the Lesson. Victory is yours.

September 24, 2017

Yuva Kranthi - Anu Institute Job Training Courses in Uppal, Hyderabad with Less Fee and 100 Percent Placement Assistance Program

Anu's Institute of Computers, Uppal (Hyderabad) is offering job oriented courses for the educated and unemployed students. The short term courses of 3 months duration are offered to students who have passed / failed in 10th Class, Intermediate, BA / B.Com/ B.Sc/ MA / M.Com/ M.Sc/ B.Tech/ M.Tech / MCA and other candidates. Housewives, small type employees and shop keepers also can join these courses.


Quality training with very less fee: The Anu's Institute is offering various job training courses with less fee. Students can choose any batch from morning 7 AM to 8 PM. Regular classes and practicals will be conducted everyday.

Student who are pursuing or qualified in all the above courses can join these courses. Students from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and other states also can join these job oriented courses. There is no last date. Students can join any time and fresh batches will start every week.

Certificate by Department of Employment and Training, Government of Telangana:

Student who have completed the below mentioned courses will get certificate by the Department of Employment and Training, Government of Telangana. 100 percent job assistance will be provided during and after the completion of the courses:


Details of Courses:

1) PGDCA (Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications): FCC, Windows, MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point), C, C++, DBMS, Internet Concepts, Soft Skills, English Communication, Interview Techniques.

2) DCA (Diploma in Computer Applications): FCC, Windows, MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point), Internet Concepts, Soft Skills, English Communication, Interview Techniques.

3) DTP (Desk Top Publishing): FCC, Windows, MS - Word, Page Maker, Photoshop, Corel Draw, Telugu Typing, Internet Concepts, Soft Skills, English Communication, Interview Techniques.

4) DCAP (Diploma in Computer Accounting Packages): FCC, Windows, MS Excel, Tally Wings, Internet Concepts, Soft Skills, English Communication, Interview Techniques.

5) DCHE (Diploma in Computer Hardware): FCC, Windows, Assembling, Deassembling, Basic Electronics, Mother Board, IO Devices, Software, Hardware, Installations, Networking.

6) CTT (Computer Teacher Training): FCC, Windows, MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point), Internet Concepts, Teaching Methodology, Soft Skills, English Communication, Interview Techniques.

Course Fee (For any course):

General Candidates: Rs. 1495
BC Candidates: Rs. 1395
SC / ST / PH Candidates: Rs. 1295

Other Courses:

1) Pre Primary Teacher Training
2) Web Designing (Includes design and web development concepts like HTML, PHP, CSS etc)
3) C and Data Structures
4) C ++ and Data Structures
5) Auto CAD
6) JAVA
7) Dot NET
8) Advance Excel

Job Opportunities:

100 percent job assistance will be provided to all the candidates after the completion of the course. Candidates will have opportunities in the leading companies of sectors such as IT, software, insurance, foods, retail stores, etc.

Address:

Anu's Institute of Computers
Near Gandhi Statue, Above Idea showroom
Uppal, Hyderabad.
Phone: 80080 50202 / 99892 10546

APSSDC - i2E Diploma in Venture Development Admissions 2017-18

International Institute of Entrepreneurship Development (i2E), APSSDC in partnership with Northeastern University, Boston - USA has issued notification for admission into Diploma in Venture Development (Phase 2) for the academic year 2017-18.

Duration of the course: 9-12 months
Eligibility: Candidates should have Graduation / Under Graduation from engineering / MBA streams.

The course will be delivered through class room teacher, group discussion with facilitators, intensive coaching by internal staff, mentoring by industry experts.

Interested candidates may register online only through website i2e.apssdc.in . Details of selection, seats and other information may also available on the website.

NTR University B.Sc Nursing and MLT Admissions 2017-18

Dr NTR University of Health Sciences (NTRUHS), Vijayawada has issued notification for admission into B.Sc Nursing (4 year degree course), B.Sc (MLT) courses through online for the academic year 2017-18 in the state of Andhra Pradesh.

Applications are invited through online from the candidates who have fulfilled the eligible criteria for admission into B.Sc Nursing 4 YDC, BPT and B.Sc (MLT) courses available under competent authority quota in Government, Private Unaided and Non - Minosity colleges affiliated to Dr NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada.

The detailed notification and procedure for filling online application and prospectus will be available in the University website paramed.apntruhs.in or apparamed.apsche.ac.in and ntruhs.ap.nic.in from 11 AM on 24 September to 10 October 2017.

September 18, 2017

Sainik School Entrance Examination for 6th and 9th Class Admissions on 7th January 2018

All India Sainik School Entrance Examination will be held on 7th January 2018 across the country for admission into various Sainik Schools. The Head Master of Sainik School Kalikiri has informed that the Sainik School entrance exam has been scheduled for the academic year 2018-19.

The Sainik School exams are likely to be conducted in OMR mode for the first time. The admissions into 6th and 9th classes will be conducted through the merit in entrance examination.

Following are eligibility requirements:

For 6th Class: Candidates should have born between 2nd July 2007 and 1st July 2008.

For 9th Class: Candidates born between 2nd July 2005 and 1st July 2005 are eligible to apply for admission into 9th Class. Other details will be available along with notification to be issued by Sainik School authorities.

September 17, 2017

ICSI Centre of Excellence in Habsiguda - Uppal

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) has announced the opening of its Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Uppal / Habsiguda. The construction work of the center has been started three years ago.

The Centre will primarily focus on research in the area of corporate governance. It is also expected to help Indian corporate sector capture the latest global practices in the fields of corporate management and corporate disclosures.

ICSI is also proposed to launch its centers of excellence in Ajmer and Kolkata during the next few months. The ICSI is looking at setting different standards for other areas such as sports, elections and governments, among others.

Center: ICSI Centre Of Excellence, Uppal
Address: Lalitha Nagar, Habsiguda, Secunderabad, Telangana - 500013

Ambedkar Open University BEd Spot Admissions on 18 September 2017

Dr BR Ambedkar Open University (BRAOU) will hold spot admissions for vacant seats in BEd (Special Education) on 18 September 2017.

The spot admissions will be held at the Bhavanam Venkatram Auditorium in the BR Ambedkar Open University Campus at 9 am on the said date.

Interested candidates who have passed B.Ed (Special Education) Entrance Test - 2017 conducted by BRAOU and did not get a seat in the earlier counselling can appear for the spot admissions. For further details visit, www.braouonline.in.

Candidates those qualified in B.Ed Special Education will have employment opprotunities in the educational institutions such as schools, colleges etc.

September 16, 2017

AP DEECET Results and Counseling Schedule - 2017

The Department of School Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh has released the results of DEECET - 2017 conducted for admission into D.Ed courses for the academic year 2017-18.

AP DEECET 2017 results have been announced and about 40 thousand candidates have been qualified in the examination. There will be centralised counseling in two phases.

The list of approved colleges will be available on the website cse.ap.gov.in from 18th September 2017. The web options can be exercised during 19th to 21st September 2017.

First phase of seat allotments will be done on 25th September 2017. The certificate verification for first phase of counseling will be held between 26th September to 5th October 2017.

There are 620 D.Ed colleges in Andhra Pradesh with 63000 seats. 25000 seats are likely to be vacant this year as only 39000 candidates have qualified in DEECET 2017.

NTR University Admissions into BAMS, BHMS and BNYS Courses 2017-18

Dr NTR University of Health Sciences has issued notification inviting applications for admission into BAMS, BHMS and BNYS courses for the academic year 2017-18 under NTR University, Vijayawada.

Application forms through online are invited from the candidates who have secured the cut off scores in NEET - UG 2017 and fulfilled the eligibility criteria for admission into BAMS, BHMS and BNYS available under competent authority quota in Government, Private Unaided and Non-Minority AYUSH colleges affiliated to Dr NTR University, Vijayawada.

The detailed notification regarding cut off scores, eligibility, other instructions and procedure for filling online applications and prospectus will be available in the university website at apbahnu.apsche.ac.in from 16th September to 22 September 2017.

September 9, 2017

10th Social Studies Important Questions for 2 Marks and 1 Mark - CCE Pattern for Telangana and AP Students

After Independence the first 30 years became very crucial for India. The setting of national goals and putting in place institutional mechanisms to achieve them within a relatively short span of time was undoubtedly a great achievement for a people who had been ruled by foreign power for more than two centuries.

Independent India (The first 30 years - 1947 - 77)

The main challenges before the leadership was the need to maintain unity and integrity to bring about a social and economic transformation and to ensure the working of the democratic system. These challenges are interrelated
and great care had taken to ensure that the system didnot get imbalanced.

Main Points:

1.The first general elections to be held under the new constitution were immensely significant for Indian democracy.

2. India adopted universal Adult Franchise.

3. The first elections were difficult as the large section of population did not know how to read and write.

4. Election commission used the symbols from daily life for visual identification.

5. In Independent India's first three general elections in 1952, 1957 and 1962 the Indian National congress won reducing other participants to almost nothing

Among the first challenges the new nation faced was the demand for reorganisation of states on the basis of language.

In August 1953 the state reorganisation commission was appointed with Fazal Ali, K.M. Panikkar and Hridaynath Kunzru on the basis of linguistic principle.

It created 14 states and six union territories

The constituent assembly had called for social Economic and political Justice and equality of status and opportunity, it put social and economic change at the top of the agenda of modern India.

Planning Commission was setup dissolve the divisions of caste, religion, and region and other disruptive tendencies.

In 1967 elections show the big transition in India where many regional parties came to power.

It propounded India is moving towards multi party system.

The Delhi Agreement found place in the Article 370 of Indian constitution.

In 1971 a war broke out between India and Pakistan.

Immediately after the victory in 1971 Bangladesh war Indira Gandhi used popular slogan "Garibi Hatao".

Inflation, poverty, unemployment and scarcity of food gave congress government the public resentment.

As JP movement gaining strength the government imposed emergency.

Important achievement of this period (1947-77) was the establishment of stable democracy.

2 Marks Questions:

Q: Do you think single party democracy would have been better alternative to multi party democracy?

A: Single party dominance brings with it other negative features. Its aim to extend influence over state and society by further centralisation. So I think single party democracy would have not been a better alternative to multi party democracy.

Q: Is it necessary for a national language?

A: Yes, there is a need for a national language. Our national language is Hindi. A national language may for instance represent the national identity. There should a official language in use.

Q: Why did the tribal languages ignore at the time of creation of the states in 1956?

A: There were many tribal languages. The Tribals spread all over the country. So it is not possible to form a new state based on the tribal languages. Thus the tribal languages were ignored.

Q: What do you know about Anti-Hindi agitations?

A: When the official languages act was passed in 1963 the DMK believed it was an attempt foist Hindi on the rest of the country. There was a state wide campaign protesting the imposition of Hindi. There were strikes, dharnas, hartals, burning effigies and burning the pages of the constitution. The government gave many concessions to
the Anti Hindi camp.

Q: If women are not allowed to vote in India, How would it effect our politics?

A: If women are not allowed to vote in India, it will have adverse effect on politics. The half of the Indian population are women. But they would be neglected. They would not enjoy their rights and equality. If we deny voting right to women, then we are loosing diversity of ideas, values which is needed for country's enrichment.

Q: Do you think unity of India would have been better served if linguistic states were not formed?

A: No, I don't think unity of India would have better. The languages unite the people. The language policy was accepted by the central leaders also. The linguistic states were also developed well.

1 Mark Questions:

Q: In which year women in Switzerland got the right to vote?
A: The Swiss women got the right to vote in 1971.

Q: Through which agreement Kashmirs would become the citizens of India?
A: Through Delhi agreement Kashmiries would become the citizens of India.

Q: What was the speciality of 370 Article?
A: To give special status to Jammu and Kashmir state.

Q: What is cold war?
A: Cold war is characterized by intense between the U.S.A and U.S.S.R after Second World War.

September 8, 2017

Certificate Course in Poultry Management in NTR College of Veterinary Science 2017-18

Applications are invited from eligible candidates from Andhra Pradesh for admission into Certificate Course in Poultry Management for unfilled seats for the year 2017-18 offered at Department of Poultry Science, NTR College of Veterinary Science, Gannavaram, Krishna district. This is a constituent college of Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati.

Eligibility Requirements: Candidates should have passed in Intermediate (Bi.P.C./ Vocational course in Dairy, Multipurpose Veterinary Assistant)

Duration of the course: 6 months.
Medium of instruction: Telugu.
Maximum No. of seats offered per batch: 20
Minimum No. of seats to be filled to run the batch: 10
Fees: Rs. 12,500

Application Procedure:

The duly filled in application along with attested copies of required certificates and a crossed demand draft for Rs.500 towards Registration fee drawn on any Nationalized bank favouring Certificate Course, Dept. of Poultry Science, NTR CVSc payable at Gannavaram, should reach the following address:

Address: Professor and Head, Department of Poultry Science, NTR College of Veterinary Science, Gannavaram on or before 16/09/2017 either in person or by Registered Post.

September 6, 2017

Degree Spot Admissions in Telangana Colleges for 2017-18

The Education Department of Government of Telangana is likely to allow spot admissions for degree colleges as number of seats are remain vacant after several rounds of counseling. The Government and private degree colleges in the state are requesting the government to allow spot admissions for vacant seats.

The spot admissions will be open for those who have not secured seats in fourth and final round along with unregistered candidates. A chance will be given to all the categories of candidates.

The spot admissions process for degree colleges will be completed by 10th September 2017 as classes have been already commenced for regular students.

It is estimated that a total of 1,93,198 seats have been filled and 2,14,536 seats are lying vacant in 1,088 government and private colleges in Telangana State.

The government of Telangana has already announced that colleges with less than 25 per cent admission in a particular course will lose their affiliation. This rule is likely to result in closing of at least 400 degree colleges this year.

September 2, 2017

Junior Inter Mathematics 1B Study Plan and Exam Tips for Andhra and Telangana Boards - Part 2

Matrices: Theorems and problems related to find the inverse of a given matrix and solving equations by matrix-inversion method are very much important for a good score. At the same time, students may find difficulty in solving the equations by Gauss-Jordan method. Proper understanding of the steps involved in this method will help students to solve them easily. The concept of the rank of a given matrix is useful in verifying the consistency or non-consistency of the equations. Overall, this chapter is very much helpful in scoring maximum marks.

Also Read: Jr Inter Maths 1B Preparation Plan - Part 1

Vector Algebra:

"Vector Algebra" is the newly introduced unit for Junior Inter students in Paper-A. The knowledge of fundamentals regarding addition of vectors and product of vectors is applicable in the study of physics for MPC students. For MEC students, this chapter will help score marks in the examinations. Content wise, this chapter is easily understandable and marks wise, students can get more marks with less effort. Hence, MPC and MEC students are advised to concentrate on this new unit.

Trigonometry:

Paper-A becomes more significant because of the unit called "Trigonometry". A section of students in tenth class used to ignore this unit because of the number of formulae involved in it. More number of formulae are involved in Intermediate level also. So, students cannot afford to ignore this unit at this stage. Various definitions, formulae and graphical representations make trigonometry a vast chapter.

Trigonometry has its own significance in terms of applications in calculus of Paper-B. Students are expected to solve the problems in the exercise 6(b) of Telugu Academi Text Book. Articles 6.1.14, 6.1.15, 8.1.4 and 8.2 of
the text book need a repeated practice by the students in order to gain knowledge of trigonometric functions.

Trigonometric equations:

'Trigonometric equations', Inverse Trigonometric Functions' and 'Hyperbolic Functions' are the there chapters that require attention for the purpose of getting marks. The properties and graphical structures are very important in terms of their applications in higher courses. Easier problems are expected even in competitive examinations from these three chapters.

Properties of Triangles:

The last chapter in Paper-A is 'Properties of Triangles'. The heading of the chapter itself is an indication that students will be studying various properties of triangles involving many formulae. These formulae are to be
memorised time to time. Formulae related to in-circle and ex-circle are very important for attempting textual exercise problems. Standard questions are set from this chapter and there is every scope of students getting
good marks.

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