February 29, 2012

GSAT 2012 for M.Sc, MCA and BCA in Gitam University

GITAM University, one of the leading deemed to be universities in the state of Andhra Pradesh has announced GSAT 2012 notification. This test is aimed at admission to UG and PG programmes at Visakhapatnam Campus of the University for the academic year 2012-13. GITAM has separate campus called GITAM Institute of Science for sciences courses. Here are the programmes offered through GSAT 2012 admission test:

1) M.Sc: Analytical Chemistry, Applied Mathematics, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Environmental Science, Food Science and Technology, Microbiology, Organic Chemistry, Electronic Science (With specialisation in Networking and Embedded Systems) and Physics (Nuclear / Space / Material / Nano).

2) BCA, BEM (Three Years)
3) Five year integrated M.Sc. Biotechnology
4) MCA : Three years (This programme is also offered at GITAM Hyderabad campus)

Candidates qualified in GAT 2012 also eligible for BCA, BEM and M.Sc. Biotech. Applicants need minimum 50 percent marks in qualifying examination. Interested candidates can download application forms from the GITAM website at www.gitam.edu. Cost of application is Rs. 300. Last date for the submission of completed applications is 15th April 2012. GSAT 2012 date is on 4th May 2012. Test will be held in all major towns in Andhra Pradesh.

February 28, 2012

Eenadu Pratibha - Sri Gayatri 10th Class Mock Tests 2012 - Key

Update on 5th March 2012: Key for 10th Class Mock test conducted by Eenadu Pratibha, Hai Bujji and Sri Gayathri Academy is provided below. Key for English and Telugu Medium papers is available at the end of this post. Eenadu Pratibha and Sri Gayatri Educational Institutions are jointly conducting Mock Test for 10th Class Students in Maths, General Science and English. The Question paper will be in objective multiple choice type. Questions will be given in English and Telugu languages. There will be 150 questions for 150 marks. Sri Gayathri Educational Institutions is one of the leading training center for EAMCET, NEET - UG, ISEET and other national medical and engineering entrance exams. The institute is headed by PVRK Murthy. Following are details of d\registration.

Registration Info: Interested candidates can register for 10th Class Mock Tests on or before 29th February 2012. Cost of application is Rs. 30. Mock Test will be conducted on 4th March 2012. Time of the exam is 9-30 AM to 12-00 Noon. Candidates have to answer the questions on OMR answer sheet with HB pencil.

Examination Centers in Hyderabad: LB Nagar (Good citizen High School), Malkajgiri (Durga Bhavani High School), Kutbullapur (ZP High Schol), Gaddi Annaram (Pananiya Maha Vidyalaya), Kapra (Bhasyam School), Kukatpally (Vivekananda Degree College), Uppal Khalan (Little Flower High School), Alwal (Akrithi High School), Seri Lingampally (Raos My Techno School), Rajendra nagar (Pioneer School), Vanasthalipuram (Layola School).

Application forms are available with Eenadu offices located at Gandhinagar, Uppal, Moosapet, Ameerpet, Chikkadapalli, Mehdipatnam, Dilsukhnagar, Secunderabad, Tarnaka, Vanasthalipuram, Kukatpalli and Somajiguda. Students should note that the mock test is intended for the practice only for 10th class examinations. Candidates should attach two passport size photoggraphs to the applications. For more details, contact at 8008550559, 9908733347.

Eenadu Pratibha - Sri Gayathri 10th Mock Test - Telugu Medium Key

February 27, 2012

JNTU Kakinada Full Time and External Ph.D. Admissions 2012-13

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada (JNTUK) has announced admission notification 2012 for Full time and External Ph.D. Programmes starting from the academic year 2012-13. The Research Programmes are offered in the disciplines of Engineering, Sciences and Management at JNTUK, Kakinada. Candidates should have Post Graduate Degree in the concerned subject with minimum 60 percent marks. SC and ST candidates need at least 55 percent marks in PG degree. Following are available disciplines, applications and selection procedure:

Selection of the candidates will be based on the performance in written test and interview. Written test will be held by the JNTU Kakinada in the prescribed syllabi. The complete syllabus for the test is available on the website. Candidates should collect hall tickets from the Office of the Director, Admissions, JNTUK, Kakinada. Hall tickets will not be sent to the candidates.

Candidates who have qualified in the examinations like UGC / CSIR / NET / SLET will be exempted from appearing the written test. Candidates with M Phil degree also will be exempted from appearing written test. But all the candidates should attend the interview. Here are details of subjects offered in Ph.D. Programmes:

1) English / Economics / Commerce
2) Mathematics
3) Civil Engineering
4) Chemistry
5) Physics
6) Electrical and Electronics Engineering
7) Electronics and Communication Engineering
8) Computer Science (Inter disciplinary)
9) Computer Science and Engineering
10) Mechanical Engineering
11) Metallurgy
12) Management
13) Pharmacy

Application forms and other details of admissions 2012-13 can be downloaded from JNTU Kakinada website at www.jntuk.edu.in . Application fee is Rs. 1000 (Rs. 500 for SC and ST candidates). This should be paid in the form of DD drawn in favour of 'The Registrar, JNT University, Kakinada' and payable at Kakinada. Fee should be paid from 27-2-2012 and not earlier than that. Completed application forms along with relevant copies of certificates should be sent to "The Director, Admissions, JNTUK, Kakinada - 533003. Last date for the receipt of applications is 24-03-2012.

February 26, 2012

Board Cut Off Marks for Inspire UG Scholarships

INSPIRE scholarships scheme is gaining popularity among the students of all categories. The Scholarship for Higher Education, also called as SHE has been receiving good response from Intermediate and 10+2 candidates for CBSE and ICSE boards. The Inspire notification for 2012 has been announced by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. Following are cut off marks required in Intermediate / 10+2 to get Inspire UG scholarships. These are cut offs for the years 2008, 2009 and 2010.

Though the cut offs change every year for all the State Boards and Central Boards, these will help the candidates to get an idea of the competition they are going to face. The cut offs have been increasing over a period of time. States like Andhra Pradesh are witnessing huge competition. This also indicates growing interest on science careers among the students, which would be a healthy trend. See State and Central Board cut off marks for Inspire UG Scholarships:

Inspire Scholarship Cut Off Marks for State and Central Boards

February 25, 2012

AP Edu News - AMS, PGRRCDE and KV Rao Scientific Society

1) AMS Computer Training: Literacy House, Andhra Mahila Sabha (AMS), Osmania University is conducting training classes for unemployed youth in the subjects of MS Office, Computer Fundamentals, and Internet Course. The course is being conducted by the Director, Employment and Training. Applications in the prescribed format should be submitted by Monday, 27th February 2012. Address for contact: Literacy House, AMS, OU Road. Ph: 040 - 2709 8406. Website: andhramahilasabha.org.in

2) KV Rao Scientific Society Science (KVRSS) Fair: Final competition and display of Science Projects under Dr. KV Rao Scientific Society will be held today at Railway Officers Club, Secunderabad. The Science Fair is aimed at bringing out the scientific temper in the students from 7th class to 10th class. Intermediate students also can participate in this fair. Competitions will be held in Chemical, Physical Sciences, Zoology, Botany and Space Sciences. Website: www.kvrss.com

3) PGRRCDE Last date extension: Prof. G. Ram Reddy Center for Distance Education, Osmania University has announced that the last date for the payment of examination fee for annual examinations of various PG courses has been extended. Fee can be paid till 27th February 2012. You can also pay the fee till 5th March with a fine of Rs. 100. Website: www.oucde.ac.in

Easwari Bai Memorial institute of Nursing Sciences Admissions

Easwari Bai Memorial institute of Nursing Sciences, Secunderabad has issued notification 2012 for admission to M.Sc. (Nursing), B.Sc. (Nursing), Post Basic B.Sc. (Nursing) and GNM (General Nursing and Midwifery). These courses are offered by the institute in regular mode. Following are details courses:

1) B.Sc. (Nursing) : 50 seats. 4 Years Degree Course.
2) MSc (Nursing) : 20 seats (Specialties available are Medical Surgical Nursing, Child health Nursing, Community Health Nursing and OBG Nursing. 2 years Degree Course.
3) Post basic B.Sc. Nursing : 30 seats.

The college is one of the oldest nursing institutes in AP and duly recognized by the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. The college also secured approvals from The A.P. State Nursing Council and the Indian Nursing Council. It is affiliated to the Dr. N.T.R. University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada.

Contact address for admissions 2012: Eashwari Bai Memorial College Of Nursing, 10-1-5/C, Road No 4, West Marredpally, Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh - 500026, India. Phone: +91- 40- 27701569. Website: http://www.ebmcongeeta.com

February 24, 2012

NTR University Third BDS Results Jan-Feb 2012

Dr NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada has announced Results of Third BDS Examinations held during January - February 2012. The results can be obtained from the NTRUHS website at http://ntruhs.ap.nic.in . Congratulations for the successful candidates. The results have been announced after adding grace marks as per the University guidelines.

The candidates need not apply for Split Marks as these are available on the University Website. Candidates can apply for retotaling of marks for subjects / papers to the University on payment of Rs.2000 per each subject. Candidates will not be allowed for personal verification or identification. Any such claim for personal identification of answer book is not allowed by Dr. NTR University. Retotalling shall be done by an expert committee appointed by NTR University, Vijayawada.

The candidates who like to apply for retotalling of the answer scripts by the university appointed committee should submit applications in the prescribed format with requisite fee to the University. Last date for the submission of applications for retotalling is 12-03-2012. The applications received after that date will not be accepted.

JNTU Anantapur B.Tech and B.Pharmacy Results - 2012

JNTU Anantapur has announced results of several supplementary examinations held during December 2011. The results have been released on the University website at www.jntua.ac.in or from School of Continuing and Distance Education, JNTUA, Anantapur. Results of B.Pharmacy (First Semester) Supplementary Exams and B.Tech (CCC) third year regular courses are available with the above mentioned sources.

Those appeared for the above mentioned examinations during December 2011 can get the results from the main building of the University. JNTU Anantapur has also announced B.Pharmacy Second year (First semester) regular results. The Director of Evaluation has announced that about 1060 candidates were appeared for these examinations. Out of these, 636 candidates have been declared qualified / passed in the examinations. Candidates can obtain results from the Principals of respective colleges.

AUCET 2012 - Andhra University PG Notification, Results, Counseling Schedule

Andhra University has announced much awaited PG Notification, AUCET-2012 aimed at admission to Post Graduate courses in AU Visakhapatnam and BR Ambedkar University, Srikakulam. Andhra University is the organizing university to conduct PG Entrance Tests for both of these institutions. Admission to AU affiliated colleges will be through AUCET 2012 ranks only. The University earlier conducted the entrance test named as AUPGRCET. This year Adikavi Nannaya University has been excluded from AUCET. AUCET 2012 results will be announced in May 2012 and counseling will start during June - July of the same year. Only AU and BRAU are participating in admissions through AUCET 2012:

Courses Offered: M.A. (All Disciplines), M.Sc. (All Disciplines), M.Com., MHRM and Five Year Integrated Courses. Admission to B.Ed. and M.Ed Special Education also will be through AUCET. AU has several M.Sc. courses in Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Sciences. Complete list of courses may be available at www.andhrauniversity.info/doa

Application Procedure: Interested candidates can get applications from 'The Convener, AUCET 2012, Directorate of Admissions, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.' Eligibility is pass in concerned Bachelor Degree. Applicants who are appearing for final year exams of their graduation also can apply for AUCET 2012.

Important Dates:

1. Sale of application forms : From 29-02-2012
2. Last date for the receipt of completed applications: 30-03-2012
3. Last date with a fine of Rs.500 : 11-04-2012
4. Last date with a fine of Rs.1,000 : 18-04-2012
5. AUCET 2012 Entrance Tests (Tentative) : From 26-04-2012
6. AUCET 2012 Results: May 2012 (Tentative)
7. AUCET 2012 Counseling: June - July 2012 (Tentative)

February 23, 2012

EDCET 2012 Notification by Andhra University

AP State Council of Higher Education has entrusted the responsibility of conducting EDCET 2012 to Andhra University, Visakhapatnam. AP Education Common Entrance Test (EDCET) 2012 schedule has been released by Andhra University. The AU will come out with detailed notification of EDCET on 5th March, 2012. Here are brief details of EDCET 2012 with dates to remember:

Important Dates:

1) Release of EDCET 2012 notification: 5th March, 2012
2) Commencement of sale of application forms: From 9th March, 2012
3) Last date to apply for EDCET 2012: 23rd April, 2012
4) Edcet 2012 Exam date: 8th June, 2012
5) Appl;ication cost: Rs. 150

You can apply online through http://edcet2012.info/uc.html . Interested candidates can obtain application forms from designated post offices, E-Seva centers and Axis Bank branches in Andhra Pradesh. You can also obtain applications from post in the prescribed manner. More details will be available at AU website www.andhrauniversity.info .Contact for more info at Prof. Nimma Venkata Rao, Convener, Ed.CET- 2012, College of Engineering (Autonomous), Andhra University, Visakhapatnam - 530 003 .
E-mail: edcet2012@gmail.com .

February 21, 2012

EAMCET 2012 News - Colleges can apply in bulk

The EAMCET 2012 convener has announced that the submission fo bulk applications by junior colleges on behalf of their students will be allowed from the coming Monday, 27th February 2012. The decision has been taken to reduce the burden on the students who are seriously preparing for their Intermediate Public Examinations.

The colleges have to get a login and password from the EAMCET 2012 authorities and submit online applications of their students at their convenience. The colleges can avail the database of their students through logging into the site. They will not be allowed to access the data of other students in order to prevent any mischief by the private colleges. Corporate colleges in the state usually apply in bulk to avoid mistakes by their students.

Coleges have to enter the hall ticket number of the student to get the data. The students can avoid last minute rush and can concentrate on their studies at the time of examinations. So far about 18,000 candidates applied online for EAMCET 2012. The official EAMCET 2012 website is www.apeamcet.org.

February 20, 2012

Medical Entrance Tests 2012 for MBBS and BDS

Following are some of the most reputed and competitive all India medical entrance tests being conducted in India. Medical aspirants from all over the country can appear for these examinations for the academic year 2012-13. These are conducted by AIIMS New Delhi, AFMC Pune, MAHE Manipal, CMC Vellore, SRM University Tamilnadu, All India Pre Veterinary Test, JIPMER Pondicherry, MGIMS Wardha etc. Many of these entrance exams will be in objective multiple choice type. You need not attend for most of these exams from next year as NEET - UG 2013 will come into effect. Apart from EAMCET 2012 Medical, you can also apply and appear for following entrance exams. Following is the table which described you the entrance exam dates, application deadlines, number of seats in various colleges / entrance exams and their website for further info.

All India Medical Entrance Tests 2012:

 Last Date
Exam Date
15 March
1 June
5 March
6 May
25 April
5 June
29 February
15 April
30 March
12 May
13 March
27 May
10 March
15 Apr-15 May
18 May
31 March
6 May
15 February
12 May
15 %

Eligibility and Application Procedure: Intermediate / 10+2 with Biology is the essential qualification for most of the above entrance tets. There will be specific requirements for some examinations such as AFMC and AIIMS. Candidates can refer the websites of respective institutes for detailed guidelines. Application process is under progress for several entrance tests. You can apply online for most of these medical entrance tests. These institutes are offering highly qualitative MBBS courses.

EAMCET Medical - MBBS, BDS Seats and Colleges 2012

Here we are giving details of seats available in MBBS, BDS and other medical courses in Andhra Pradesh. These seats will be filled through EAMCET 2012 ranks after aggregating them with intermediate marks. From 2013, there will be no EAMCET as the proposed NEET - UG will come into force. Out of the total 4950 seats, 500 seats are in minority colleges. The number of seats to be filled in through EAMCET 2012 counseling are 4450. We will soon provide EAMCET 2011 last ranks and cut offs for MBBS, BDS and other courses also. There are several other all India level medical colleges and entrance tests across the country. AP students also can appear for those and try their luck.

Medical Seats in Andhra Pradesh as on 20th February 2012:

1) MBBS: 4950 seats (Including 500 Minority Seats)
2) BDS: 1840 seats
3) BAMS: 40 seats
4) BHMS: 280 seats
5) BNYS: 80 seats
6) BUMS: 110 seats
7) Pharma D: 450 seats

Medical Colleges in Andhra Pradesh as on 20th February 2012:

1) MBBS Colleges: 37 (Govt 14 + Private 23)
2) BDS Colleges: 21 (Govt 3 + Private 18)
3) BAMS Colleges: 7 (Govt 4 + Private 3)
4) BHMS Colleges: 6 (Govt 4 + Private 2)
5) BNYS Colleges: 2 (Govt 1 + Private 1)
6) BUMS Colleges: 2 (Govt 1 + Private 1)
7) Pharma D Colleges: 15

Out of these colleges, one medical college and two BDS colleges did not get approval at the time of EAMCET 2011 counseling. Ayurveda seats have been reduced to 40 because of none of them get approvals in 2011 except Sri Venkateswara Ayurveda College, Tirupati.

February 19, 2012

JNU Online Application Process for Admissions 2012-13

Jawaharlal Nehru University, more popular as JNU is going online from the academic year 2012-13. The prestigious university has decided to receive applications for various PG, M.Phil and Ph.D. programmes through online. As this is the first experiment by JNU, it is also accepting offline applications. Online application facility will be available on the newly developed website of JNU at www.jnuonline.in . JNU admit candidates under various categories as described below:

1) Category A (Admission through Entrance Exam): BA (Hons), MA, M.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.D., MCA, M.Tech, MPH, Pre Ph.D.

2) Category B: Direction admission to Ph.D. programmes will be offered in all schools and disciplines based on written test or viva - voce or both.

3) Category C: M.Phil, Pre Ph.D. and Ph.D. admissions in Science Schools except Molecular Biology.

JNU, New Delhi will conduct entrance exams between 22nd and 25th May 2012. Candidates can apply either online or offline. Offline application forms can be obtained from Section Officer, Admissions, Room No. 28, Administrative Block, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi -67. More details are also available at www.jnu.ac.in or employment news dated 4th February 2012.

Dates to remember:

1) Start of Online application Process: 6th February 2012
2) Close of online submission of applications: 21st March 2012
3) Start of issue of offline applications by post: 6th February 2012
4) Last date for issue of offline applications: 5th March 2012
5) Last date for the submission of completed offline applications: 21st March 2012
6) Last date for the submission of confirmation page of online application form: 28th March 2012.

February 18, 2012

DIETCET Previous Question Paper with Answers and Exam Scheme

DIETCET entrance exam consist of 100 questions for 100 marks. This is an entrance test held for admission to D.Ed. / TTC course in AP. Following are the details of DIETCET exam structure and Dietcet 2011 question paper with key and answers. There is so much competition for DIETCET 2012 as the Government is recruiting teachers for the schools. D.Ed. is an essential qualification for SGT teacher posts.

Scheme of DIETCET entrance examination:

Part 1:
1) General Knowledge - 5 marks
2) Teaching Aptitude - 5 marks

Part 2:
1) General English - 10 marks
2) Telugu / Tamil / Urdu - 20 marks

Part 3:
Mathematics: 20 marks
Physics: 10 marks
Biological science: 10 marks
Social Studies: 20 marks

DIETCET 2011 question paper with answers

February 17, 2012

Tenth Class Previous Questions Papers Download

Here we are giving another set of 10th Class / SSC Previous Papers. These papers are for the year 2006-07. Students preparing for the SSC Public Examinations can use these as model papers to practice in the real time environment. Previous Question Papers for Biological Sciences, English, Maths, Physical Sciences and Social Studies are available here. You can also download these question papers or take a print out for your convenience.

We hope these previous / model question papers will be helpful for all the students at this peak time of preparation for final examinations. You can check for more previous papers / model papers for 10th class on this site:

SSC / Tenth Class Previous Papers - 2006:

1. 10th Biology Questions Paper

2. 10th English Question Paper 1

3. 10th English Question Paper 2

4. 10th Maths Questions Paper 1

5. 10th Maths Question Paper 2

6. 10th Physical Sciences Question Paper

7. 10th Social Studies Question Paper 1

8. 10th Social Studies Paper 2

February 16, 2012

PECET 2012 Schedule Released by ANU

Acharya Nagarjuna University has announced PECET 2012 schedule. PECET (Physical Education Common Entrance Test) is an entrance examination for admission to Bachelor of Physical Education and Master of Physical Education for the academic year 2012-13. ANU has been entrusted with the responsibility of conducting PECET 2012 by APSCHE. Prof. K. Viyanna Rao, Vice Chancellor of ANU will be serving as Convener of PECET 2012.

Applications for PECET 2012 will be issued from 12th March 2012. Filled in applications should be submitted along with all the necessary copies of certificates to the Convener, PECET 2012, Acharya Nagarjune University, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh. Last date for the receipt of completed applications is 26th April 2012.

PECET is an objective type entrance examination to be conducted across Andhra Pradesh. Notification will be issued soon by APSCHE on behalf of ANU. Details of notification along with application procedure, scheme of examination, download of hall tickets, declaration of results and counseling will be available on ANU website at www.anu.ac.in or www.apsche.org.

February 15, 2012

IMCI - CMC Talent Search Contest 2012 for Management Professionals

IMCI Hyderabad Chapter, a constituent of IMCI (Institute of Management Consultants of India) has announced CMC Talent Search Contest 2012. The IMCI is a professional body working for excellence in management profession. As part of its membership drive initiative, the IMCI is inviting working management professionals of Hyderabad to register fir CMC Talent Search Contest. Following are details of eligibility and registration.

There will be 2 Preliminary Rounds to check Aptitude of the candidates. Participants of the contest will be checked on their interest and attitude towards Management Consultancy Profession. After this, there will be Final Mentoring Round to check Skills of the candidates. Selected participants from the talent contest will be mentored by IMCI members to build advice for a specific case over a period of 2-3 weeks.

Registration Fee is Rs.500/- for Working Professionals. Registrations will start from 15th February 2012. Interested candidates can register online at imcihyd.doattend.com or visit www.imcihyd.com for more details. Event for Working Management Professionals will start from 1100 hr onwards on 3rd March, 2012 at Country Club, Begumpet, Hyderabad. You can also get details through www.imciindia.co.in. Email: myriadstars@tapme.co.in . Address of the Hyderabad Chapter of IMCI: IMCI Hyderabad Chapter, Level 7, Maximus Towers, Building 2A, Mindspace Complex, Hi-Tech City, Hyderabad. 500081. Telephone: +91 40 40339605.

Osmania Launches Indian Journal of Social Sciences Research

Osmania University (OU, Hyderabad) has released the first quarterly journal 'Indian Journal of Social Sciences Research' on Monday, 14th February 2012. The journal is edited by Kankata Rajaram, Assistant Professor at Telangana University. Challamala Venkateswarlu is the executive editor of the journal. This is said to be the first of its kind journal from a University in Andhra Pradesh.

The Vice Chancellor of the OU has appreciated the efforts of the faculty members in bringing out the journal consisting of peer reviewed articles written by professors and research scholars of various universities. Those interested in contributing articles for the journal can send them to ijssr.hiss@gmail.com or call at 93463 - 11388 for more details.

Osmania University has Department of Political Science and Public Administration under the purview of Faculty of Social Sciences.The OU is offering Post Graduate and research programmes like M.Phil and Ph.D. in Political Science. Research Scholars of the department can use this journal for publishing their research articles.

EAMCET 2012 Online Submission with Practical Exams Hall Ticket

EAMCET 2012 aspirants who have not received their Intermediate hall tickets and finding problems while filling up application forms can use the hall ticket numbers of the practical examinations. The EAMCET convener has informed that some students were calling up the EAMCET office with complaints that they are yet to receive their Intermediate hall tickets and system was not accepting the forms in the absence of HT Numbers. Such candidates can use the HT numbers given for the practical examinations.

The number of online applicants crossed 2550 within three days of providing access dispelling notions that submission online would pose problems. The official website www.apeamcet.org has received more than 5000 hits so far. On the first day more than 75 percent of candidates used their credit cards to pay the fee while the number of students paying fee through e-Seva centers has increased to 50 percent indicating that they were logging in even small towns and villages.

The EAMCET 2012 office is also receiving at least 30- 40 calls per day with students raising doubts on issues like eligibility criteria, age limit and caste status. Most of these are coming from outside the State and all their problems were being attended to within 30 minutes. Candidates can also track the status of their complaints. The authorities have provided 30 MBPS bandwidth facilitating simultaneous logging of 15000 candidates.

February 14, 2012

Junior Inter English Model Paper 1

Intermediate Public Examinations, March - Model Paper - 1
Time: 3 Hours - English Paper-I - Max. Marks: 100

I. Annotate any two of the following. 2 × 4 = 8

a. “When you cut away all the junk, every situation is choice.”
b. “I am not dumb now.”
c. Americans have evolved certain basic key words which may be used anywhere.
d. Yesterday the microprocessor was a tool. Today it is a partner.

II. Annotate any two of the following. 2 × 4 = 8

a. “See how the speckled sky burns like a pigeon throat Jewelled with embers of opal and peridot”
b. “All lovers young, all lovers must Consign to thee, and come to dust.”
c. “You must look at them like Tarzans looking at an uppity ape in the jungle,”
d. “Whatever I see I swallow immediately Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike.”

III. Answer any two questions in about 75 words. 2 × 4 = 8

a. “Describe the relationship between Livingstone and Chumah.”
b. As a child, why did Helen have ‘wild gusts of rage’?
c. In what way was Churchill lucky in passing the preliminary examination to enter Sandhurst?
d. Why is the microprocessor a meta-invention?

IV. Answer any two questions in about 75 words. 2 × 4 = 8

a. What is the theme of the poem ‘Nightfall in the City of Hyderabad’?
b. Explain the golden rule of bankers with an illustration.
c. How does Shakespeare develop the theme of Time and Death in “Fear No More”?
d. Explain the use of refrain in the poem ‘Say This City Has Ten Million Souls’.

V. Answer any one of the following questions in about 150 words. 1 × 8 = 8

a. Describe the events that happened to Sastri when he was asked to ‘avoid all avoidable talk’?
b. “When the Vallins rejoice the homecoming of Jean, the Tuvaches had to bid farewell to Charlot.” Discuss.
c. How does the short-story ‘Bonsai Life’ support the view that girls should be well-educated?


VI. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions.

Sleep is as important to a healthy life-style as eating properly and exercising. On an average, a healthy adult requires just over eight hours of sleep at night. Yet, polls show that increasing number of people is suffering from sleep disorders or significant sleep loss (six and a half hours or less of a sleep at night). A study shows that twenty-nine per cent of Indians went to sleep only after midnight and sixty-one per cent slept for seven hours or less. Sleep is crucial to maintaining your health. Without it, you increase your weakness to a wide rage of health problems, increasing heart disease, stroke, diabetes, obesity and depression. Poor sleep can affect the immune system. The immune system works best when you are asleep. That is when the natural killer cells are generated in the bone marrow. These killer cells help in protecting the body against viruses, bacteria and even cancer. The killer cells do not work properly when there is sleep deficiency. 5 × 1 = 5

1. How long should a healthy adult sleep a night?
2. What does the study show about sleep on the part of Indians?
3. Lack of sleep results in at least two health disorders. Mention any two.
4. Describe the function of killer cells in human body.
5. The author wants to convey that …………..
a. sleep makes us look young and beautiful.
b. lack of sleep leads to several health disorders.
c. sleep is more essential than food for humans.

VII. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions.

Slavery can broadly be described as the ownership, buying and selling of human beings for the purpose of forced and unpaid labour. The institution of slavery is as old as civilization. Many nations and empires were built by the muscles of slaves. But what kinds of people were enslaved, and why? In ancient civilizations, slaves were usually war captives. The victors in battle might enslave the losers rather than kill them. Over time, people have found other reasons to justify slavery. Slaves were usually considered somehow different than their owners. They might belong to a different race, religion, nationality, or ethnic background. By focusing on such differences, slave owners felt that they could deny basic human rights to their slaves. The Greeks and the Romans kept slaves as soldiers, servants, labourers and even civil servants. The Romans captured slaves from what are now Britain, France and Germany. Slave armies were kept by the Ottomans and Egyptians. 5 × 1 = 5

1. How can slavery be broadly described?
2. In ancient civilizations, what did victors in battle do?
3. What do slave owners do differently?
4. What did the Greeks and the Roman use slaves for?
5. Where did the Romans capture slaves from?


Note: Answers to questions in this section should be written at one place in the answer book separately.
VIII. Fill in the blanks with ‘a’, ‘an’ or ‘the’ suitably. 6 × 1/2 = 3

1. He visits the U.S. once ……..year.
2. I keep …… cool head in …..emergency.
3. My laptop is ……….HCL product.
4. ……. more you speak ……..worse it is.

IX. Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions. 6 × 1/2 = 3

1. My daughter fell asleep …….. the film last night.
2. Elizabeth invited me …….. her wedding yesterday.
3. Usually I am not very keen …….. sea food.
4. He was absent ……… the class yesterday.
5. She prefers to use internet …….. her own time.
6. He often buys a magazine to read ….. the train.

X. Fill in the blanks with the correct forms of the verbs given in brackets. 5 × 1 = 5

1. The sun ………… (rise) in the east.
2. Listen! Someone ………….( come ) to our house.
3. They ……………………….. (learn) music since 2005.
4. We …………. (enter) the class a moment ago.
5. She saw me while I ………….. (go) to the college yesterday.

XI. Rewrite the following sentences as directed. 5 × 1 = 5

1. We have painted the house. (Rewrite the sentence beginning with The house….)
2. He said to me, “I will meet you tomorrow.” (Change into Indirect Speech.)
3. You are a teacher. (Add the right question tag.)
4. A blind man needs help. (Change into Complex Sentence.)
5. Chennai is not larger than Kolkata. ( Change the adjective into positive degree)

XII. Rewrite the following sentences correcting the underlined part. 4 × 1 = 4

1. The new student speaks bad.
2. After the three week vacation, she looked very well.
3. If anyone comes over, take their name.
4. Laugh is the best medicine.

XIII. Supply the missing letters in the following words. 6 × 1/2 = 3

1. t r _ _ n g le 2. b a _ _ i n g 3. r e l _ _ v e
4. r e c _ _ v e 5. a m _ _ b a 6. l _ _ s u r e

XIV. Identify the silent letters in the following words. 6 × 1/2 = 3
1. honorary 2. walk 3. world 4. comb 5. listen 6. arm

XV. Identify the parts of speech of the underlined words. 6 × 1/2 = 3

1. Well, she and young John walk to school slowly.
2. After lunch let’s go out for a coffee.
3. It’s almost a four hundred metres run.
4. Don’t fan the fire please.
5. Then Mr.Raju read the letter.
6. Wait here until I come back.

XVI. Match the words in Column A with their meanings/definitions in Column B. 6 × 1/2 = 3

Column A - Column B
1. absurd ( ) a. push forward
2. propel ( ) b. make a claim
3. mute ( ) c. stretch
4. innovation ( ) d. obscure
5. choreograph ( ) e. compose and arrange dances
6. eclipse ( ) f. introduction of new ideas
g. quiet
h. ridiculous

XVII. Convert the following information into a pie-chart.

A survey report has certain interesting facts about the habit of lunching on the part of people. Out of 100, more than 50 percent people take lunch everyday. 25 percent of people have lunch twice a week. People who skip lunch are 15 percent and the rest never prefer lunch at all.

Note to the students: Some sections may not resemble the original question paper.

February 13, 2012

Junior Inter Zoology Model Question Paper 1

Following is the Zoology Model Question Paper for the students appearing for First Year Intermediate Public Examinations during March - April. Junior Inter Students can practice this paper for good marks in the final examinations.

Junior Intermediate Zoology Paper 1 - Model Paper (English Version)
Time: 3 Hours - Marks: 60

Note: Read the following instructions carefully

1. Answer all questions in SECTION-A. Answer any six questions in SECTION-B, and answer any two questions in SECTION-C.
2. In section-A, Questions from Sl.Nos. 1 to 10 are of very short answer type. Each question carries two marks. Every answer may be limited to 2 or 3 sentences. Answer all these questions at one place in the same order.
3. In Section-B, questions from Sl.Nos.11 to 18 are of short answer type. Each question carries four marks.
4. In section-C, questions from Sl.Nos. 19 to 21 are of long answer type. Each question carries eight marks.
5. Draw labeled diagrams wherever necessary in Section-B and C.

SECTION - A (10 x 2 = 20)
Answer all the following questions in two or three sentences

1. Which class of Echinodermata do you find respiratory trees? Name at least one of the larval forms.
2. Distinguish between osteoblasts and osteoclasts.
3. Distinguish between synchronous and metachronous rhythms in Paramecium
4. Distinguish between primary amoebiasis and secondary amoebiasis
5. Distinguish between monoxenous and heteroxenous parasites
6. What is phaeosome? Where is it present in Pheretima?
7. List out any two holometabolous insects you have studied. Write their larvae and pupae.
8. Distinguish between scolopedia and sensilla
9. How are corpora adipose of cockroach functionally similar to the liver of vertebrates?
10. What do you mean by allelopathy?

SECTION - B (6 x 4 = 24)
Answer any six of the following questions.

11. Define species. Explain the characters of a species
12. Mention important general characters of Protozoa
13. Write a short notes on simple epithelia
14. Describe erythrocytic phase of Plasmodium vivax
15. Describe four blood vessels present behind the thirteenth segment in Pheretima.
16. Draw a neat labeled diagram of the T.S. of earthworm passing through the typhlosole region
17. Describe the structure of trachea of cockroach
18. Describe the different IUCN categories of a species

SECTION - C (2 x 8 = 16)
Answer any two of the following.

19. Explain the process of conjugation in Vorticella
20. Describe the life cycle of Taenia solium
21. What is a food chain? Explain the various types of food chains in a community. Add a note on food web.

BRAOU Eligibility Test 2012 last late extended

Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Open University has extended the last date for the sale and submission of the applications for Eligibility Test 2012 ill 29th February 2012. The BRAOU will conduct State Level Eligibility Test for admission to BA, B.Com and B.Sc. Degree programmes in distance mode. Address of the University: BRAOU, Prof. G. Ram Reddy Marg, Road no.46, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad- 500033.

Candidates can obtain application forms from BRAOU study centers available across the state or from the campus at Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad. You can pay the fee in any designated bank branches. This is a good opportunity for those willing to pursue education without any formal qualifications.

Candidates with minimum age of 19 years can take this Eligibility test to be conducted by BRAOU. They need not attend any college and school. But they should be able to read and write Telugu through which the course work will be delivered. Candidates who qualified in earlier Eligibility Tests but not joined in the courses may also get admission subject to the guidelines of the University.

Krishna University UG Degree Exam Schedule March 2012

Krishna University has announced examination time tables for Under Graduation courses for the March 2012-13. Candidates can obtain detailed time tables from www.krishnauniversity.net. Time Tables for first and second year subjects have been released by the university. Here are the details of subjects.

1) First Year: BHM, B.Com (General), B.Com (Restructured), B.Com (Vocational), B.Sc, BA, BA OL, BBM and BCA
2) Second Year: BHM, B.Com (General), B.Com (Restructured), B.Com (Vocational), B.Sc, BA, BA OL, BBM and BCA

Examinations will commence from March 2012 for all the above mentioned courses. For any clarifications and doubts, you can contact at Krishna University, A.J.Kalasala Campus, Rajupeta, Machilipatnam - 521 001. Phones: 08672 - 225963 (Registrar).

February 12, 2012

10th Class Previous Questions Papers - All Subjects 2005

Tenth Class is the most crucial stage in the career of any student. Marks achieved in SSC are considered as starting point for the academic record. 10th Class previous question papers will help the students to practice more in the examination point of view. They can assess their preparation stage and change their strategies to get good marks. Following are Previous question papers of 10th Class Public Examinations held in 2005. We are providing question papers for all the subjects such as English, Mathematics, Telugu, Hindi, Physical Sciences and Social Studies. Question papers are available for Paper 1 and Paper 2 of main subjects and languages. Students preparing for SSC Public Examinations in Andhra Pradesh can use these papers for scoring good marks. All the best!

1. SSC Biology Previous Paper
2. SSC Hindi Previous Paper
3. SSC Maths Previous Paper 1
4. SSC Maths Previous Paper 2
5. SSC Physical Sciences Previous Paper
6. SSC Social Previous Paper 1
7. SSC Social Previous Paper 2
8. SSC Telugu Previous Paper 1
9. SSC Telugu Previous Paper 2
10. SSC English Question Paper 1
11. SSC English Question Paper 2

Tenth English Question Paper 2 - SSC Previous Papers 2005

Here is SSC / 10th Class Previous Question paper for the use of Tenth Class students of Andhra Pradesh. This is English Paper -2 Examination Paper. Candidates can asses themselves through this model and previous question paper. This question paper is from 2005 SSC Public Examinations. There will be two parts in the exam. These are Part - A and Part - B. Duration of the test is 2:30 hours. Maximum Marks are 50. See question paper here:

SSC English Previous Paper-II 2005.

10th Class Previous Papers - English Paper 1

English is one of the difficult subjects for 10th Class students. Practicing more previous question papers and model papers will help the students to overcome fear on the subject. Here is SSC / Tenth Class English Previous Question Paper of 2005. 10th Class students can use this as a practice paper for the forth coming SSC Public Examinations.

10th English Previous Paper-I

February 11, 2012

Senior Inter Zoology Model Question Paper

This is the Zoology Model Paper for Intermediate Public Examinations (IPE) Second Year (Paper 2). The question paper is in English version. Duration of the exam is 3 hours and maximum marks are 60. We hope this model question paper is useful for the Senior Intermediate students in securing good marks.


Note: Read the following instructions carefully
1. Answer all questions in SECTION-A. Answer any six questions in SECTION-B, and answer any two questions in SECTION-C.
2. In section-A, Questions from Sl.Nos. 1 to 10 are of very short answer type. Each question carries two marks. Every answer may be limited to 2 or 3 sentences. Answer all these questions at one place in the same order.
3. In Section-B, questions from Sl.Nos.11 to 18 are of short answer type. Each question carries four marks.
4. In section-C, questions from Sl.Nos. 19 to 21 are of long answer type. Each question carries eight marks.
5. Draw labeled diagrams wherever necessary in Section-B and C.

SECTION - A : 10 x 2 = 20
Answer all the following questions in two or three sentences

1. What is endostyle? What is its function?
2. Name the reptile without copulatory organ. Why is it considered a living fossil?
3. What is Bohr's effect?
4. What is zygomatic arch in the skull of rabbit? How it is formed?
5. Distinguish between primary lymphoid organs and secondary lymphoid organs.
6. Distinguish between macroevolution and microevolution.
7. Distinguish between biological value and protein efficiency ratio.
8. What is P-Wave? What is its significance?
9. Name any two vaccines produced by rDNA technology.
10. What is the importance of Omega3 fatty acid? Name any two sources.

SECTION - B : Answer any six of the following questions. 6 x 4 = 24

11. Describe the different types of feathers in birds.
12. Mention eight important general characters of Pisces.
13. Describe the steps involved in DNA finger printing technology.
14. Explain the terms prolapsed, deworming, cannibalism and dubbing in poultry.
15. Explain the mechanism of blood coltting.
16. Draw a labeled diagram of L.S. of tooth of rabbit.
17. Explain Darwin's theory of Natural Selection with industrial melanism.
18. Discuss the conditions for Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium.

SECTION - C : Answer any two of the following. 2 x 8 = 16

19. Describe the structure of the brain of rabbit
20. Describe gene expression. Explain gene regulation with the help of operon.
21. Describe the female reproductive system of rabbit with neatly labeled diagrams.

February 10, 2012

EAMCET 2012 Notification released by JNTUH

The EAMCET 2012 notification for admission into State level Engineering, Agricultural and Medical Courses was released by JNTU Hyderabad on 9th February 2012. The exam will be held on 12th May 2012. Candidates have to apply online only through www.apeamcet.org . EAMCET 2012 convener N.V. Ramana Rao has informed that the engineering test would be conducted from 10 AM to 1 PM and the medical stream test from 2-30 PM to 5-30 PM. Registration fee for each exam is Rs. 250 and Rs. 500 for the students who wish to take both the examinations.

Last date for the online submission of applications is 30th March 2012. Candidates can apply till 9th May 2012 with a late fee of Rs. 10000. If you want to correct any information on EAMCET online application, you need to follow the procedure prescribed by the authorities. You can pay the fee through debit or credit card or through AP Online centers, eSeva, Mee Seva or Post office centers. Hall tickets can be downloaded from the website www.apeamcet.org from 26th April to 12th May 2012. Following are important dates as released by APSCHE, Hyderabad:

1) Engineering Test (E): 12-05-2012 (10 Am to 1 PM), Registration fee is Rs. 250
2) Agriculture and Medicine (AM): 12-05-2012 (10 Am to 1 PM), Registration fee is Rs. 250
3) Commencement of Online application process: 12-02-2012
4) Last date for the submission of online application without late fee: 30-03-2012
5) Download of Hall Tickets from www.apeamcet.org: From 26-04-2012 to 12-05-2012
6) Last date for online submission of applications with a late fee of Rs. 500: 19-04-2012
7) Last date with a late fee of Rs. 1000: 19-04-2012
8) Last date for online application submission with a late fee of Rs. 5000: 28-04-2012
9) Last date with a late fee of Rs. 10000: 12-05-2012.

Acharya Nagarjuna University PG 1st Semester Results Nov 2011

Acharya Nagarjuna University (ANU), Guntur has announced PG 1st Semester Results of the following subjects and courses. The examinations for these courses were held in November 2012. Candidates can obtain results from University results page at http://www.nagarjunauniversity.ac.in/pg1allsem.asp . Address: Acharya Nagarjuna University, Nagarjuna Nagar - 522510, Guntur (Dist), Andhra Pradesh, India. Following are results of PG first semester:

1) M.Sc. Microbiology, MA Telugu, MA Social Work and M.Sc. Zoology.

2) Other subjects: CS, MEd, Physics, Sanskrit, Rural Development, Environmental Science, Food and Nutrition, Economics, Geology, HRM, MPEd, Nano Biotechnology, Politics, Public Administration, Yoga, Food and Nutrition, History, Applied Mathematics, Journalism and Mass Communication, MBS, Hindi, Oil and Fat, Electronics and Instrumentation, Electronics, Statistics, and Sociology Exams Results.

February 9, 2012

ICET 2012 Notification Schedule, Previous Papers and Cut Offs

ICET 2012 schedule with important dates for applications, results, counseling schedule and examination have been announced by Kakatiya University, Warangal (Andhra Pradesh). ICET 2012 examination will be held on 18th May 2012. Prof. B. Venkat Ratnam is the Chairman of ICET 2012. APSCHE has entrusted the responsibility of conducting ICET 2012 to Kakatiya University. The KU will release ICET 2012 notification. ICET is for admission to MBA and MCA programmes in Govt. and Private business management and MCA colleges. Following are details of ICET 2012 online application procedure, previous papers, Key, cut offs and last ranks:

1) Eligibility Requirement for MBA: Candidates should have Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline in 10+2+3 mode.
2) Eligibility Requirement For MCA: Applicants should have any Graduation but they should have studied Mathematics at 10+2 level. Candidates should have 50 percent marks in the qualifying examination (Degree). Those appearing for the final year degree exams also can apply.

Admission to MBA and MCA programmes offered in Distance mode at open universities in Andhra Pradesh also require qualifying marks in ICET. There are more than 500 MBA and MCA colleges in Andhra Pradesh. Candidates should be careful in choosing good MBA and MCA college. Application forms for ICET 2012 will be available in designated Andhra Bank branches and E-Seva Centers across the state. Applications can also be obtained from all main post offices in the district head quarters and post offices located at university campuses. Candidates can get ICET 2009, ICET 2010, ICET 2011 fully solved question papers along with answers / key and Last Ranks of Colleges / Seats from the below given links.

Following is the schedule of ICET 2012:

1. Issue of ICET 2012 Notification: 17th February 2012
2. Sale of ICET 2012 application forms shall begin from: 24th February 2012.
3. Last date for submission of ICET 2012 application: 29th March 2011. (without late fee).
4. With a late fee of Rs.500 (DD): April 2012;
5. With a late fee of Rs.2000 (DD): April 2012.
6. ICET 2012 Date: 18th May 2012.

Late fee should be paid in the form of Demand Draft drawn in favor of 'The Secretary, APSCHE' and payable at Hyderabad. Application cost is Rs. 250. Candidates can also submit applications online through official website of ICET 2011 www.apicet.nic.in . Download of applications from ICET 2012 website also will be facilitated after the release of notification. Contact: Convener, ICET 2012, Kakatiya University, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh. Website: www.kuwarangal.com or www.kuexams.com or www.kakatiya.ac.in .

ICET 2012 Results and Counseling: ICET 2012 results are likely to be announced during May 2012. The ICET 2012 online counseling will be held during June - July 2012. The counseling will be entirely online which consists of verification of certificates, entry of web options, online allotment of seats and reporting to the allotted colleges.

Siva Sivani Institute PGDM Admissions 2012

Siva Sivani Institute of Management (SSIM), Kompally, Secunderabad - Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh) has announced admission notification 2012-14 for PGDM programme in various management specialisations. SSIM is one of the leading B-Schools in Andhra Pradesh. Selection will be based on Group Discussions and Personal Interviews for short listed candidates. SSIM shall conduct GD and PI for admission to various Management programs for 2012-13. SSIM is an AICTE approved autonomous Business School. SSIM has scheduled to conduct GD and PI at SSIM Campus (Secunderabad) on 18th, 19th February 2012. The SSIM may also conduct GD and PIs at Vijayawada, Vizag and Tirupati in due course of time. Following are details of programmes and selection schedule:

Residential Programmes:
1. PGDM - Marketin (Dual Specialisation)
2. PGDM- Human Resources (HR)
3. PGDM- BIFAAS (Banking, Insurance, Finance and Allied Services)
4. PGDM- Triple Specialisation

Non- Residential Programmes:
1. PGDM- Global Business
3. PGDM- Triple Specialisation

Candidates who did not attend the admission schedules through GD and PI shall contact at the address mentioned. Admissions are in progress for all the above courses. Eligibility: Candidates with minimum 50 percent marks in Graduation an valid MAT/ CAT/ XAT/ ATMA/ JMET/ ICET score.

Interested candidates can download application forms from www.ssim.ac.in . Registration fee is Rs 1000. Candidates can also do spot registrations at GD- PI venues. Address: Siva Sivani Institute of Management, Kompally, Secunderabad-14, Andhra Pradesh. Phone: 040- 2716 5450/ 51 / 53/ 54. Mobile: 99595 59572 / 73.

February 8, 2012

JNU - CBEE 2012-13 Combined Biotech Entrance Examination

Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi has announced Combined Biotechnology Entrance Examination (CBEE) notification 2012-2013 for admission to M.Sc. and M.Tech in Biotechnology, M.Sc. Agriculture and M.V.Sc. in Biotechnology courses in various central and state level universities. JNU will conduct CBEE - 2012 on 25th May 2012 across the country. More than 30 reputed and prestigious universities / institutes are participating in this all India level Biotech entrance exam. List of all participating universities / institutions is given below. All those institutes admit students for the above Biotechnology programmes based on JNU- CBEE 2012 scores. Interested candidates can apply online through www.jnu.ac.in or http://www.jnuonline.in/ you can also apply offline. Following are other details such as institutes, useful book and application procedure:

Admission will be given to the following course through JNU CBEE 2012-13:

1. M.Sc. in (Biotechnology)
2. M.Sc.Agriculture / M.V.Sc. in (Biotechnology)
3. M.Tech. in (Biotechnology)

List of Participating Universities:

1. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
2. Goa University, Goa
3. University of Allahabad, Allahabad
4. M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara
5. Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
6. Utkal University, Bhubaneswar
7. Pondicherry University, Pondicherry
8. Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore
9. University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
10. Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan
11. University of Jammu, Jammu
12. Gulbarga University, Gulbarga
13. Calicut University, Kerala
14. Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai
15. Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla
16. University of Pune, Pune
17. Kumaun University, Nainital
18. University of Lucknow, Lucknow
19. Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar
20. University of Mysore, Mysore
21. Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
22. R.T.M. Nagpur University, Nagpur
23. HNB Garhwal University Garhwal
24. Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu
25. Tezpur University, Tezpur (Assam)
26. University of Burdwan, Burdwan
27. T. M. Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur
28. Sardar Patel University, (Gujarat)
29. Veer Bahadur Singh Purvanchal University, Jaunpur
30. University of North Bengal, Siliguri

Eligiblity Requirements: Applicants should have passed Bachelor’s degree under 10+2+3 pattern of education in Physical, Agricultural, Pharmacy, Veterinary and Fishery Sciences, Biological, Engineering / Technology, 4-years B.Sc. (Physician Assistant Course); OR Medicine (MBBS) OR B.D.S. with at least 55 percent marks. Candidates who have passed the qualifying examinations in 2010 or thereafter are only eligible to apply. Those appearing their examinations in 2012 are also eligible to apply. Candidates who have qualified in the qualifying exam prior to 2010 are not eligible to apply. For details such as course specific eligibility, application procedure, fee payment and pattern of the entrance examination for JNU - CBEE 2012, please see www.jnu.ac.in OR www.jnuonline.in

Useful Books for Preparation:

1. Biochemistry: Voet & Voet; Albert Leninger, Lubert Stryer
2. Microbiology: Prescott, Stainer, Anant Narayana
3. Cell Biology: Alberts, Ladish, M.Cooper
4. Immunology: Kuby, Roitt
5. Molecular Biology: Weaver
6. Molecular Biology of the Gene: Watson Etal
7. GenesIX: Lewin
8. Molecular Biology: David Frefelder
9. Advanced Molecular Biology: Twymann
10. An introduction to Genetic Analysis: Griffith, Suzuki
11. Genetics: Tamarin
12. Genetics: Klug and Cummins
13. Genetics: Snustad
14. Organic Chemistry: Bruice
15. Organic Chemistry by Solomons
16. Organic Chemistry: I.L.Finar-1
17. Physical Chemistry by Puri Sharma
18. Inorganic Chemistry by J.D. Lee

Important Dates:

1) Commencement of Online Application Process : 6th February, 2012
2) Closing date of online application process : 21st March, 2012
3) Start of issue of offline Application Forms : 6th February, 2012
4) Last date for issue of offline Application forms: 5th March, 2012
5) Last date for the submission of completed application forms: 21st March, 2012
6) Last date for the submission of confirmation page of online application form: 28th March, 2012.

February 7, 2012

HCU Admission Notification 2012-13 University of Hyderabad

University of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh is offering Integrated MA, Integrated M.Sc. Post Graduate (MA, M.Sc., MPA etc) and Research Programes (M.Phil and Ph.D.) in the disciplines of Sciences, Arts, Social Sciences, Management, Health Sciences etc. The HCU Admission Notification 2012-2013 will be the entry point for all the courses. HCU, as it is known as is ranked at number one in India. The Hyderabad Central University, Hyderabad is known for excellent academic and research standards across the disciplines. The University also offer various Advanced Diploma and professional programmes in the subjects of Arts, Sciences, Humanities, Management, Computer Applications and Social Sciences. The HCU conducts all India level entrance examination for all the courses and subjects. The HCU has developed new website at www.uohyd.ac.in. You can also get information on HCU admissions 2012 from www.uohyd.info or www.uohyd.ernet.in . You can get entire info on HCU courses, eligibility, admission procedure, entrance tests, nature of the exams and previous papers from this blog. Following are details of programmes, eligibility, previous question papers, method of application and nature of question papers for various programmes:

1) Five- year Integrated M.A. / M.Sc. Programmes (Duration is 10 Semesters or 5 years): Subjects offered are Physics / Chemical Sciences / Systems Biology/ Mathematical Sciences / Health Psychology / Humanities / Languages (Hindi, Telugu and Urdu, Language Science) / Optometry and Vision Science / Nursing Sciences / Social Sciences.

2) Postgraduate Courses: M.Sc. in Statistics-OR / Physics / Mathematics / Biochemistry/ Applied Mathematics/ Chemistry/ Molecular Microbiology / Animal Biotechnology / Plant Biology and Biotechnology / Biotechnology.

M.A. in Political Science, Philosophy, English, Telugu, Hindi, Applied Linguistics, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology, Functional Hindi (Translation), History, Urdu, Communication (Radio and Video production, M.P.A. Dance – Kuchipudi, Bharatanatyam, and Folk; Print and New Media, Communication Studies, and Advertising and Public Relations.) , M.F.A. (duration is 4 semesters) (Painting, Print Making and Sculpture), M.P.A. Theatre Arts (duration is 6 semesters).

3. Professional Courses: M.C.A (duration is 6 semesters) / M.B.A. (4 semesters)/ M.B.A. Health Care and Hospital Management (4 semesters).

4. M.Tech. Courses: Specializations offered are Computer Science / Computational Techniques / Artificial Intelligence / Information Technology.

Application Procedure: Interested and eligible candidates can obtain prospectus cum application forms from University Campus at Gachibowli, Hyderabad. You can also download application forms from the website at www.uohyd.info or www.uohyd.ac.in .Detailed schedule of entrance tests, interviews, eligibility and selection procedure will be given in the prospectus. There will be separate applications for General and Reserved Categories. School wise, center wise and course wise info of HCU admissions is available on this site.

Important Dates (Tentative):

1. Download of Prospectus and Application forms from the University website www.uohyd.ac.in and other sites like schools9.com, indiaresults.com and manabadi.com: 04 April 2012 to 04 May 2012.
2. Sale of Prospectus and Application forms at the HCU Campus: 04 April 2012 to 04 May 2012.
3. Last date for the receipt of filled in application forms: 04 May 2012.
5. Downloading of Hall Tickets from UOH website www.uohyd.ac.in and other sites mentioned above: 21 May 2012 onwards.
6. Dates of Entrance Exams 2012: 01 June 2012 to 07 June 2012.
7. Results of HCU Entrance Exams 2012: June 2012.

Candidates can contact for any admission related inquiries at 040- 2313 2103 Asst. Registrar (Academic), and 040 - 2313 2102 Deputy Registrar (Acad. and Exams.). University address: P.O. Central University, Gachibowli, Hyderabad – 500 046, Andhra Pradesh. Email:acadinfo@uohyd.ernet.in

February 6, 2012

SSC - 10th Class Physical Sciences Model Paper 1

Here are some Model Questions for 10th Class / Tenth Class, Physical Sciences (Paper - 1) for the students of Andhra Pradesh. SSC Public Examinations will be held in March every year. These model questions / model papers will help students in practicing for the real examinations. There are two parts and model questions are given for both Part A and Part B. See the following questions:

Tenth Physical Sciences Model Paper
SSC Public Examination Model Paper - Physical Sciences
PAPER - I PART A and B (English Version)

Instructions: 1. Answer the questions under 'Part A' on a separate answer book.
2. Write the answers to the questions under 'Part B' on the question Paper itself and attach it to the answer book of 'Part A'



1) Answer any five questions, choosing at least Two from each group. 2) Each question carries Two marks. 5 × 2 = 10

Group - A

1. Explain the working of a laundry drier.
2. State and explain Lenz's Law
3. What are isotopes? Give an example
4. Write Newton's law of Universal Gravitation. Calculate the gravitational force on an object of mass 10 kg.

Group: B

5. What is the shape of 'Ammonia Molecule'? Draw it.
6. Calculate the number of moles of NaOH present in 750 ml of 0.4 m. solution (Molecular weight of NaOH is 40).
7. What is Polymerization?
8. What are the advantages of Hydrogenation of oil?

Note: 1) Answer any four questions from the following six questions.
2) Each question carries one mark . 4 × 1 = 4

9. Define Byte?
10. What is Radiography?
11. A ball is thrown up and attains a maximum height of 80m. Find its initial speed.
12. How many water molecules are present in Epsom Salt.
13. Mention the names of any two Chromophores.
14. What is Catenation?


1) Answer any four questions, choosing at least two from each group.
2) Each question carries four marks. 4 × 4 = 16

Group - A

15. Distinguish between Centripetal and Centrifugal forces.
16. Derive the formula the Banking Angle: tanθ = rg
17. What is the Principle of a Nuclear Reactor? how does it work?
18. Describe an experiment to verify Faraday's Second Law of Electrolysis?


19. State the Postulates of Bohr's Model. Write the Defects of Bohr's Model.
20. State the 'Arrhenius Theory of acids and bases'. Write down the limitations of Arrhenius theory.
21. What are the main steps involved in the production of sugar from sugarcane. Mention the important by - product and its use.
22. Explain the formation of triple bond in Nitrogen molecule with the help of a diagram.


Note: Answer any one of the following questions. 1 × 5 = 5
23. Draw a neat diagram of Screw gauge showing various parts
24. Draw the Chart showing the manufacture of Alcohol and label its various parts.

PART - B : Time: 30 minutes Marks: 15

Note: 1) Answer all questions.
2) Each question carries 1/2 mark.
3) Candidates must use the capital letters while answering the multiple choice questions.
4) Marks will not be awarded in case of any overwriting or rewriting or erased answers.

I. Write the letter of the correct answer in the brackets provided against each question

1. According to Kepler concept, the orbit of a Planet around the sun is- [ ]
A) Circular B) Elliptical C) Rectangular D) Linear
2. Radio-waves have the wavelengths from- [ ]
A) 1m to 100km B) 10m to 1km C) 1m to 1km D) 1m to 50km
3. A transformer works on the principle of- [ ]
A) Fleming's Right-hand rule B) Lenz's Law C) Mutual induction D) Self-Inductance.
4. In P-type semi-conductors, majority carries are- [ ]
A) Electrons B) Holes C) Ions D) Electrons and holes
5. When a γ - ray is emitted by an unstable atom- [ ]
A) Z increases B) Z decreases C) A increases D) Z and A remain the same
6. [Ne]3s2 is the electronic configuration of- [ ]
A) Be B) Mg C) Ca D) Sr
7. If the pH of a solution is 8, its [H+] is- [ ]
A) log10-8 B) 108 C) 10-8 D) 8
8. Aldoses are - [ ]
A) Polyhydroxy Ketones B) Polyhydroxy aldehydes
C) Polyhydroxy amines D) Polyhydroxy esters
9. Beer is made from- [ ]
A) Barley B) Grapes C) Sugar cane D) Potato
10. Which of the following is a mixed fertilizer- [ ]
A) KCl B) NH4Cl C) KNO3 D) Nitrophosk

II. Fill in the blanks.

11. The symbol of battery is ......
12. Air, Water, Bismuth are examples of ...... magnetic substances
13. Acceleration due to gravity at poles is ......
14. A bulb is connected to a battery of 1.5 v. The resistance of that filament if the current passing through it is 0.15 amp, is ......
15. When two nuclei combine to form a single nucleus, the difference of mass between the former and the later is called ......
16. In a periodic table, the first period has ...... elements
17. The spent cane is called ......
18. Catalyst used in hydrogenation of oils is ......
19. 12 grams of sodium carbonate is present in 120 grams of its aqueous solution. The weight percentage of solution is ......
20. The micro-organism used for fermentation of molasses is ......

III. Match the following.


i) Group A Group B
21. Electric Current [ ] A) Henry
22. Potential difference [ ] B) Ampere
23. Electric resistance [ ] C) Gram/ Coulomb
24. Electrical Inductance [ ] D) Volt
25. Electro-ChemicalEquivalent [ ] E) Ohm


ii) Group A Group B
26. Propane [ ] A) C2H4
27. Butane [ ] B) C6H14
28. Pentane [ ] C) C3H8
29. Hexane [ ] D) C4H10
30. Ethene [ ] E) C5H12

10th Class - SSC Social Studies Model Paper 1

10th Class - SSC Public Examinations are approaching fast in Andhra Pradesh. Following Model Paper for the Social Studies (Paper 1) will help the students to have an understanding of the nature of questions from various lessons. Tenth Class students should be aware of the time factor in SSC Public Examinations. This model paper will help you to prepare for the exam considering the time factor.

Tenth Social Model Paper (Social Studies) Paper - 1 (English Version)
PARTS - A and B (Time: 2:30 Hours, Maximum Marks: 50

PART - A (Time - 2 Hours - Marks : 35)

i) Answer ANY FIVE of the following questions, choosing atleast TWO from each Group A and B.
ii) Each question carries TWO marks. 5 × 2 = 10


1. What were the results of First World War?
2. Write a short note on 'Indus Valley Civilization'.
3. What were the circumstances led to the national consciousness in India?
4. Give the forms and methods of Imperialism.


5. What are the precautions to be taken by the riders of power driven vehicles?
6. What are the objectives of U.N.O.?
7. What is the role of women in the political sphere in India?
8. What are the functions of Election Commission in India?


i) Answer ANY FOUR questions in one or two sentences. ii) Each question carries ONE mark. 4 × 1 = 4

9. What is meant by 'White Man's Burden'?
10. Write two lines about 'Red Shirts'.
11. What are the principles of 'Fascism'?
12. Differentiate General Elections and Mid Term Polls?
13. What are the languages recognised by the Constitution of India?
14. What is meant by 'Corruption'?


i) Answer ANY FOUR of the following questions, choosing TWO from each Group A and B.
ii) Each question carries FOUR marks. 4 × 4 = 16


15. What were the reasons behind the Second World War?
16. Write a note on "Vande Mataram Movement".
17. Describe the role of Bismark in the Unification of Germany.
18. What are the characteristic features of Indian History?


19. What are the steps to be taken to achieve the objective of Universal Primary Education?
20. Why India had to choose Non-Alignment Policy?
21. Describe briefly the factors that contribute to the promotion of National Integration.
22. What are the basic elements of 'Democracy'?

SECTION - IV : 1 × 5 = 5
23. Mark the following places in the given World Map.
1) Austria 2) Egypt 3) U.S.A.
4) Chile 5) Pacific Ocean
1) Corsica 2) Indonesia
3) Indian Ocean 4) Venezeula 5) Namibia


I. Choose the correct answer and write the corresponding letter in the bracket. 10 × 1−2 = 5

1. Napoleon was influenced by .......... (Philosopher) ( )
A) Socrates B) Rousseau C) Meternich D) Nietzche
2. Indonesia was the colony of ( )
A) English B) Germans C) Dutch D) French
3. Versailles Treaty was signed in the year ( )
A) 1919 B) 1909 C) 1990 D) 1991
4. This is not included in the 'Axis Powers' (Countries) ( )
A) Russia B) Japan C) Italy D) Germany
5. 'New Deal Policy' was introduced by ( )
A) Reagon B) Eisenhower C) Obama D) F.D. Roosevelt
6. The language not recognised by the Indian Constitution ( )
A) Telugu B) English C) Tamil D) Malayalam
7. He is the officer in charge of polling booth ( )
A) Returning Officer B) Executive Officer C) Collector D) Presiding Officer
8. In which article of our Constitution the 'Right to Life' is laid down? ( )
A) Article 20 B) Article 21 C) Article 22 D) Article 23
9. The International Court of Justice is in ( )
A) France B) Netherlands C) Germany D) India
10. This is must to a bicycle at the 'rear side' especially during nights ( )
A) Green light B) White light C) Red reflector D) Yellow light

II. Fill in the blanks. 10 × 1−2 = 5

11. 'Right to Work' was proposed by ................
12. 'Imperialism is the highest stage of capitalism'. These words were told by .........
13. Bolshevik Revolution in Russia was held in the year .........
14. ............ won independence to Brazil.
15. The main architect of Non - Alignment Movement was .....
16. As per our Constitution .......... right protects the Fundamental Rights.
17. Electorate means ..............
18. National Literacy Mission was established in the year .....
19. The present secretary general of U.N.O. is ........
20. Well planned safety measures help us to avoid ..........

III. Match the following. 10 × 1−2 = 5


21. Chicago Religious Meet ( ) A) Gandhiji
22. Red Fort ( ) B) Nehru
23. Jallian Walla Bagh ( ) C) Vivekananda
24. Do or Die ( ) D) Shah Jahan
25. Indian National Congress ( ) E) Akbar
F) A.O. Hume
G) Annie Besant
H) General 'O' Dyer


26. Formation of Andhra Pradesh ( ) A) 1953
27. Formation of Andhra State ( ) B) 1955
28. Protection of Minorities ( ) C) 1956
29. Bandung Conference ( ) D) Article 28
30. Indo- China War ( ) E) Article 29
F) Article 30
G) 1962
H) 1965

SSC - 10th Class Biology Model Paper 2

Following is the 10th Class / SSC Biology Model Paper II (Biological Sciences). There will be two parts (PART-A and PART-B) in the Model Question Paper of this English Version. Total duration of the exam is 2:30 Hours. Maximum Marks are 50. This is a suggestive model paper only for the understanding and awareness of the Tenth Class students.

PART - A (Time: 2 Hours - Marks: 35)

Section - I (Marks: 4 × 1 = 4)

Note: 1. Answer any four questions from the following 2. Each question carries one mark

1. Why there is more pressure in arteries than in veins?
2. What is simple goiter?
3. What is callus?
4. Why the skin colour is yellow in jaundice?
5. What is first Aid?
6. Which are called carbon sinks?

Section - II (Marks: 5 × 2 = 10)

Note: 1. Answer any five questions choosing at least two from each group A and B. 2. Each question carries two marks.

Group - A

7. What are respiratory substrates? Give two examples.
8. A person's B.P. is written as 120/ 80. What does this indicate?
9. What are Gyri and Sulci? What is the advantage of these structures?
10. Write short notes on Diabetes mellitus.

Group - B

11. What is embryo rescue? When is this method followed?
12. Explain about scion and stock.
13. What first aid do you render for fractures?
14. What is Agro-forestry?

Section - III (Marks: 4 × 4 = 16)

Note: 1. Answer any four questions, choosing at least too from each group A and B. 2. Each question carries four marks.

Group - A

15. Describe the different blood groups in man.
16. Describe the experiment to state that oxygen is evolved in photosynthesis.
17. "Plant growth substances act together or against each other." Give suitable examples in support of this statement.
18. Describe the nerve cell with the help of a neat diagram

Group - B

19. What are the applications of plant cell and tissue culture?
20. Why the skills are necessary for every one to face the challenges of life especially in the context of HIV.. AIDS? which life skills do you practice?
21. What are the functions of health care system?
22. What are the changes that take place when malarial parasite is in mosquito?

Section - IV (Marks: 1 × 5 = 5).
Note: 1. Answer any one question 2. The question carries five marks

23. Draw a neat labelled diagram of external features of heart
24. Draw a neat labelled diagram of longitudinal section of Datura flower.

Part - B

Time: 30 Minutes Marks: 15
Note: 1. Answer all the questions 2. Each question carries 1/2 mark
3. Candidates must use the capital letters while answering the multiple choice questions
4. Marks will not be awarded in case of any over writing or re-writing or erased answers

I. Write the "CAPITAL LETTER" (A, B, C, D) choosing the correct answer in the bracket provided against each question (10 × 1/2 = 5 marks)

1. In plants, maximum rate of respiration takes place at
A) 0°C B) 45°C C) 100°C D) 60° C
2. Which cells are destroyed in AIDS?
A) Monocytes B) Neutrophils C) Lymphocytes D) R.B.C.
3. Heart attack is caused by the blocking of
A) Pulmonary artery B) Coronary artery C) Coronary vein D) Pulmonary vein
4. Graveyard of red blood cells is
A) Spleen B) Liver C) Lymph D) Kidney
5. The organ in the body that has aesthetic sense to appreciate poetry etc is
A) Heart B) Kidney C) Pituitary D) Brain
6. Foetus is connected to the wall of uterus of the Mother by
A) Placenta B) Umbilical cord C) Fallopian tube D) epididymis
7. Endosperm nucleus forms from the fusion of male gamete with
A) egg B) secondary nucleus C) zygote D) synergids
8. When more than 20% of the body weight is due to fat, the person suffers from
A) Marasmus B) Kwashiorkor C) Scurvey D) Obesity
9. The country where there have been no imports of pesticides for the past few years is
A) China B) India C) America D) Cuba
10. Cellular phones produce
A) News B) Songs C) SMS D) Radiation

II. Fill in the blanks with suitable words (10 × 1/2 = 5 marks)

11. Plasma is slightly ........ in nature.
12. The normal blood pressure in man is ........
13. 'C' shaped cartilagenous rings are present in ........ of man.
14. Ducts are absent in ........ glands.
15. The ........ is the part of spermatozoan that helps in fertilization.
16. The ability of a plant cell to give rise to a whole plant is called ........
17. The male gamete is called ........
18. Floral structures arise on a swollen part of pedicel, known as ........
19. Sterility in males is due to the deficiency of vitamin ........
20. Excessive intake of fluorine results in ........

III. Match the following (5 × 1/2 = 2 1/2 marks)

(i) Group-A Group-B
21. Electron acceptor ( ) A) Acrosome
22. Sperm ( ) B) Delhi
23. Medulla oblongata ( ) C) NAD
24. Marasmus D) Ovum
25. CNG ( ) E) Kwashiorkor
F) Heart beat
G) Protein Calorie Malnutrition

(ii) Group-A Group-B (5 × 1/ 2 = 2 1/ 2 marks)
26. Kreb's cycle ( ) A) New plant from a single cell
27. Agglutination ( ) B) Blood cells
28. Totipotency ( ) C) Open fracture
29. Compound fracture ( ) D) Mitochondria
30. Sea shore forests ( ) E) Clumping of blood cells
( ) F) Broken bones
( ) G) Mangroves.

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