Posted by: dishacareer | August 9, 2010

All India Bar Examination 2010

The All India Bar Examination intended to test an advocate’s ability to practice the profession of law in India.

 

Eligibility for the test:

Graduates who have passed the law course(2009 onwards)  and wish to practice.

 

More about the exam:

The exam will be conducted in 9 languages 9 (Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Oriya and English)

100 multiple choice  questions.  The subjects are taken from the syllabi prescribed by the Bar Council of India for the three-year and five-year Ll.B. programmes at law schools in India.

 

The All India Bar Examination will be ‘open-book’, which means that advocates may bring in any reading materials or study aids that they choose, such as the preparatory materials provided for the All India Bar Examination, textbooks and treatises, and even handwritten notes.

 

Venue of the exam: 

Venues across India

 Calendar of important dates

Notification of the exam Out … 15th July 2010 onwards
 

Last date for sending completed application forms

30th September ,2010  
Date of the examination 5th December , 2010
Declaration of results 31st December 2010
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Eligibility for the test:

  • Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed/appeared the HSC (10+2 level) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subject Mathematics and secured minimum 50% marks in aggregate OR

 

  • Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed/appeared the 10+3 Diploma (any stream) examination recognized by AICTE/Central/State Government or its equivalent examination and secured minimum 50% marks in aggregate.

 

  • Candidates who have appeared for qualifying examination i.e. HSC (Std. XII) or Diploma (10+3 level) or its equivalent examination during current academic year are also eligible to appear.

 

More about the test:

This 3 hours examination will consist of one common question paper of maximum 200 marks in the subjects of Aesthetic Sensitivity and Drawing to test the aptitude of the candidate for architecture degree course with weightage as follows:-

 

Scoring scheme: No negative marking.

 

Venue of the exam: Major cities across the country.

 

   Calendar of important dates:

Notification of the exam Out !!!!!
Online submission of application form 12th May to 20th May 2009.
Date of the examination 30th  May 2010
   

 

Contact:

Fore more information log on to: http://www.dte.org.in/arch

– Disha Counseling Center

 

Eligibility for the test:

  • Candidate should be an Indian National.
  • He/She should have passed the HSC (Std. XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and/or Mathematics.
  • The candidate must be born on or before 31st December 1993 to be eligible to appear for MHT-CET-2010.

 

More about the exam:

  • The MHT-CET-2010 will consist of three question papers. Each paper is of 100 marks: Paper I: Physics & Chemistry (50 marks each), Paper II: Biology (Botany & Zoology – 50 marks each), Paper III: Mathematics (100 Marks). There is no choice among the questions, i.e. all questions have to be answered.
  • The candidate desirous of selection to Health Science courses and B. V. Sc & A.H should appear for Paper I & Paper II. The candidate desirous of selection to Engineering degree courses should appear for Paper I and Paper III and the candidate desirous of selection to Pharmacy degree course should appear for Paper I & Paper-II and/or Paper-III.
  • Syllabus of Examination: Syllabi of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics for the MHTCET- 2010 will be the same as for the current year for HSC Examination (i.e. March 2010) of HSC Board of Maharashtra.

 

Scoring scheme: No negative marking. Each correct answer carries one mark.

Venue of the exam:  Major cities across the country.

Calendar of important dates for the Exam

Sale of information brochure and application forms 12/03/2010 to 25/03/2010
Last date of submission of application forms 25/03/2010
Last date to receive admit card 30/04/2010
Date of Examination 06/05/2010 (Thursday)
Declaration of Result (on or before) 14/06/2010

 

For more details log on to: http://www.dte.org.in

Eligibility for the test:

(i)Candidates who have passed 12th class examination under 10+2 system or an equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English securing a minimum of 60% marks aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English

(ii)The candidate should have attained the age of 17 (seventeen) years as on 31st December, 2010.

More about the exam:

AIIMS Entrance for MBBS is of three and a half hours duration having 200 multiple choice and reason-assertion type questions. There are 60 questions each from Physics, Chemistry and Biology and 20 questions from General Knowledge.

Scoring scheme: There is negative marking for incorrect answers.

Venue of the exam: Major cities across the country.

Calendar of important dates for the Exam

Notification of the exam Out
Last date for sending completed application forms 15.03.2010 by 5 pm
Date of the examination 01/06/2010

Postal address:

All India Institute of Medical Sciences,

Ansari Nagar, New Delhi – 100 029.

For more details log on to:

www.aiims.edu, www.aiims.ac.in

Disha Counseling Center.

Eligibility for the test:

(i)Candidates who have passed 12th class examination under 10+2 system or an equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English securing a minimum of 60% marks aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English

(ii)The candidate should have attained the age of 17 (seventeen) years as on 31st December, 2010.

More about the exam:

AIIMS Entrance for MBBS is of three and a half hours duration having 200 multiple choice and reason-assertion type questions. There are 60 questions each from Physics, Chemistry and Biology and 20 questions from General Knowledge.

Scoring scheme: There is negative marking for incorrect answers.

Venue of the exam: Major cities across the country.

Calendar of important dates for the Exam

Notification of the exam Out
Last date for sending completed application forms 15.03.2010 by 5 pm
Date of the examination 01/06/2010

Postal address:

All India Institute of Medical Sciences,

Ansari Nagar, New Delhi – 100 029.

For more details log on to:

www.aiims.edu, www.aiims.ac.in

Disha Counseling Center.

MANAGEMENT APTITUDE TEST (MAT) 2010 will be conducted by AIMA – All India Management Association.

Eligibility for the test:

Candidate has to be a graduate in any discipline from a recognized university. Final year degree course students can also apply.

More about the exam:

Candidate can choose any one of the two options to take the test: Paper-Pencil Test or Computer Based Test (Online). MAT is a 200 marks objective type test with multiple-choice answers. The test is designed to measure a person’s general aptitudes as the following table indicates:

Section no. Section No of Questions Time Suggested (Minutes)
1 Language Comprehension 40 30
2 Mathematical Skills 40 40
3 Data Analysis and Sufficiency 40 35
4 Intelligence and Critical Reasoning 40 30
5 Indian and Global Environment 40 15
  Total: 200 150

 

Venue of the exam:  Major cities across the country.

Calendar of important dates for the Exam

Last Date for Sale of form 22 January 2010
Last Date for submission of filled-in-form at AIMA, New Delhi 25 January 2010
Last date for online registration 24 January 2010
Last date for submission of online registration printout at AIMA, New Delhi 27 January 2010
Paper Based Test 07 February 2010
Computer Based Test From 13 February 2010 onwards

 

Postal address:

All India Management Association

Management House,
14, Institutional Area,

Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003,
Tel: 011 – 24645100, 24617354

Website: www.aima-ind.org

Disha Counseling Center.

 

 

Eligibility for the test:

  • 17 years at the time of admission and is an Indian National.
  • The candidate must have passed plus two with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with minimum 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology at the qualifying examination. 

 More about the exam: The exam includes all the syllabus upto 12th Std (Physics, Chemistry, Biology). The syllabus is common to both Preliminary and final exam. This exam is divided into two parts, prelims and final exam.

  • Preliminary Exam consists of: Physics & Chemistry (100 marks), Botany & Zoology (100 marks) [Objective type test] Time: 3Hrs.
  • Final Exam consists of: Physics & Chemistry (2 hrs), Botany & Zoology (2 hrs) [non- objective type test]
  • Scoring scheme: Negative Marking: 1/3

Venue of the exam:  All major cities across the country.

Calendar of important dates for the Exam

 

Sale of Information Bulletin at notified branches  of  Canara Bank / Regional offices, CBSE 20-10-2009 (10.00 A.M.) to 27-11-2009 (5.00 P.M.).
Last Date of receipt of filled-in Application forms at CBSE,AIPMT Unit                        04-12-2009
Date of Examination : Preliminary (AIPMT) 2010

                                   Final (AIPMT) 2010

3rd April, 2010 (Saturday)
16th May, 2010 (Sunday)      

 

Contact:

 

For more details log on to http://www.cbse.nic.in

 

 

 

Disha Counseling Center.

Posted by: dishacareer | October 5, 2009

Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) Entrance Exam 2010

Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) Entrance Exam 2010 conducted by Delhi University.

Eligibility for the test:

  • Candidates must have pursued at least a 3-year Bachelor’s Degree programme after 12 years of formal schooling.
  • The minimum requisite percentage of marks in different disciplines: Arts/Commerce or Social Sciences – 50%; Sciences – 55%; Mathematics or Statistics – 60%; Medicine, Engineering or Technology – 60% or 2nd Degree examination after 10+2+3 scheme, securing at least 60% marks.
  • Candidates appearing for the final examination of Bachelor’s/Post-Graduate Degree examinations may also apply.

 

More about the exam:

 

The exam includes Quantitative Aptitude, Data Interpretation, Analytical Reasoning, Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension; all these are covered in about 175 questions. On the basis of their performance in the test, they will be called for an interview, an ex-tempore and a group discussion.

 

Venue of the exam:  Major cities across the country. 

 

Calendar of important dates for the Exam

 

Notification of the exam 27th September 2009.
Sale of forms 5th October to 20th November, 2009.
Last date for sending completed application forms  20th November 2009.
Date of the examination  Sunday, 10-01-2010.

 

 

Postal address:

The Administrative Officer,
Faculty of Management Studies
University of Delhi, Delhi – 110 007
Tel: 91 11 2766 6382 / 6387 / 6388

Website: www.fms.edu

 

 

Disha Counseling Center.

Posted by: dishacareer | September 30, 2009

MANAGEMENT APTITUDE TEST (MAT) 2010

MANAGEMENT APTITUDE TEST (MAT) 2010 will be conducted by AIMA – All India Management Association.

Eligibility for the test:
Candidate has to be a graduate in any discipline from a recognized university. Final year degree course students can also apply.

More about the exam:
Candidate can choose any ONE of the two options to take the test: Paper-Pencil Test or Computer Based Test (Online). MAT is a 200 marks objective type test of 150 mins with multiple-choice answers. The test is designed to measure a person’s general aptitudes as the following table indicates:
1 Language Comprehension 
2 Mathematical Skills  
3 Data Analysis and Sufficiency
4 Intelligence and Critical Reasoning 
5 Indian and Global Environment 

Venue of the exam:  Major cities across the country.

Calendar of important dates for the Exam

Availability of MAT Bulletin Till 9th November 2009
Last date for Receipt of Filled form at AIMA, New Delhi  12th November 2009
Date of the examination  6th December 2009

The Paper-Pencil Test will take place only on one day i.e., 06 December 2009 at one time slot i.e., 1000 to 1230 Hrs, whereas the Computer Based Test (Online) will take place from 12 December 2009 onwards in three time slots per day.

Postal address:
All India Management Association
Management House,
14, Institutional Area,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003,
Tel: 011 – 24645100, 24617354
Website: www.aima-ind.org
Disha Counseling Center.

Posted by: dishacareer | September 23, 2009

XLRI – XAT 2010

Eligibility for the test:

3-year Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities is eligible for Post-Graduate studies in Management.

More about the exam:

XAT usually comprises 3 sections with total 120 multiple choice questions – with a time limit of 40 minutes for each of the following section: Verbal and Logical Ability (38 questions), Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation (44questions), and the third section is Analytical Reasoning and Decision Making (38 questions). An additional 20 minutes are given for an essay of approximate 250 – 300 words on topics of social relevance.

Scoring scheme:

Marks for correct answer: +1.

Marks for wrong answer: -1/4 for first six wrong answers in each section & – 1/2 mark for the remaining wrong answers.

 Venue of the exam:  Major cities across the country.

Calendar of important dates for the XAT

Registrations starts on 01 September 2009 to 30 November 2009
Last date for sending completed application forms 5th December, 2009.
Date of the examination   3rd January 2010 (10:00 am to 12:30 pm)
Date of results  31st January 2010

 

 

 

 

Postal address:

Xavier Labour Research Institute, Jamshedpur (XLRI)
School of Business & Human Resource,
Circuit House Area (East),

Jamshedpur 831 001,
Jharkhand.

Phone : 91-657-2225506
Website : www.xlri.edu, www.xlri.ac.in

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