10 Causes of failure in SSC CGL exam

10 things that result in failure in SSC CGL 2019 Exam.

  1. Going through many study material
  2. Avoiding online Mock tests/Practice tests
  3. Not determining time limits
  4. Spending time on Social networking sites
  5. Studying until the last time
  6. Too much application of shortcuts
  7. Over weighing a particular subject
  8. Worrying about the recruitment factors
  9. Considering success at previous cut-offs
  10. Studying without time table

List of Entrance Exams conducted for Bank Recruitment

There are various entry level exams which are held by different banks or institutes for various positions.

From Probationary Officer to Clerical staff, Regional Rural Banks to Private Banks.

IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection)

State Bank of India Probationary Officer

  • SBI PO
  • SBI Clerk
  • SBI Specialist Officer Recruitment

RBI (Reserve Bank of India)

  • RBI Grade B Officer Recruitment
  • RBI Officer Grade C Recruitment
  • RBI PhD in Grade ‘B’ Recruitment
  • RBI Security Guards Recruitment


  • NABARD Officer Recruitment
  • NABARD Development Assistant Recruitment

IPPB Recruitment

Private Banks Exams







IIT JAM Assistance to PwD Candidates

In IIT JAM Exam, PwD aspirants are permitted to use devices like Hearing Aid, Wheelchair, Magnifier Abacus and Braille Slate etc.

Although, the coordinating institutes will not arrange such kind of assistive devices. Candidates have to bring their own arrangements in the exam centre.

PwD candidates get 1 hour more for the IIT JAM Exam.

Scribe is also provided to PwD candidates in JAM exam if they needed.

Following are the general institutions that can taken while providing scribe to the aspirants.

  1. They cannot interpret / translate / emphasize the question paper.
  2. Scribe can be arranged by the JAM conducting body or candidates can also bring their own scribe to the exam centre.
  3. Scribe cannot be candidate of JAM 2017 or JAM 2020.
  4. Candidate and the scribe have to sign a declaration form acknowledging their presence during the time of the exam.
  5. Assistance that the scribe can render consists of ONLY reading the instructions, test player displayed on the computer screen and in mouse clicks if candidate is not able to do so

CBSE NEET UG Entrance Exam 2018 Details

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate is an Entrance exam to be graduate in medical field like Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.

After qualifying CBSE NEET Exam, candidates would be applicable and get admission in Government or Private medical colleges in India.

CBSE NEET UG 2018 – Note the Details!!

  • Name of the Exam- NEET 2018
  • Full form of the Exam – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test
  • Category – UG (Undergraduate)
  • Level of the Exam – National Level
  • Organization Name – CBSE (Central Board Secondary Education)
  • Courses/ Programs – MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine) and BDS (Bachelor of Surgery)
  • Exam Mode – Offline (Pen and Paper Mode)
  • Exam Duration – 3 hours
  • Total No. of Questions – 180
  • Type of Questions – MCQs (Multiple choice questions)
  • Negative Marking – Yes ( -1 for every wrong answer)
  • Marking Scheme – +4 marks for every correct answer
  • Total No. of Seats – 52,305 (BDS + MBBS) Seats
  • Best book for Study – NCERT (called as Bible for NEET)
  • Examination Date – 10th May, 2018
  • Online Registration Starts – Mid of January 2018
  • No. of Subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Zoology + Botany)
  • NEET Question Paper Languages – 10 Languages (Hindi, English, [8 Vernacular Languages] Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil and Kannada)

IIT JAM Participating Institutes|Other than IITs

IIT Delhi has announced IIT JAM Exam 2018 for the candidates who are willing to take the admission om M.Sc in IITs. There are 15 colleges that are offering M.SC admissions through IIT JAM.

Here in this blog we have share the list of the collages that are participating in the Joint Admission Test, so that aspirants must be aware of the institutes.


Programs offered by JAM Seats Offered by JAM

IIT Bombay



IIT Delhi



IIT Jodhpur



IIT Kanpur



IIT Kharagpur



IIT Roorkee



IIT Patna



IIT Ropar



IIT Madras



IIT Indore



IIT Hyderabad



IIT Guwahati



IIT Gandhinagar



IIT Bhubaneswar



Other Institutions accept IIT JAM scores?

IISC – Bangalore offers integrated PhD Programmes in the following:

  • Biological Science
  • Mathematical Science
  • Physical Science
  • Chemical Science

Centralized Counselling for MSc in NITs:

This is another gateway of the JAM aspirants who are not able to score well to get in IITs and IISC.

List of Participating Institutes is as follows:

  • IIEST Shibpur

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UGC NET Repeated Questions – “Acts and Years”

Dear Aspirants,

We are here to describe you about some of the repeated question asked in NET Exam every year in General Paper I. This will surely increase your marks in your CBSE NET Exam.


Child Labour Prohibition and Regulation Act: 1986

According to this, children below the age of 14 years were banned to work in hazardous occupations

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Factories Act: 1948

It shall come in the force of 1st day of April, 1949. The main objective is to regulate the working conditions in factories, to regulate health, safety welfare, and annual leave in respect persons who work in the factories.

Societies Registration Act: 1960

An Act for the registration of literary, scientific and charitable societies.

Information Technology Act: 2000

To stop computer crime and protect privacy of internet users and to provide the facilities to filling document online relating to admission or registration in employment exchange.

Workmen’s Compensation Act: 1923

This main objective is to providing financial protection to workmen and department in case of accidental injury by means of payment of compensation by the employers.

Industrial Disputes Act: 1947

The aim is to secure industrial peace & harmony by providing machinery and procedure for the investigation and settlement of industrial disputes.

Census Act: 1948

This act empowers Central Government to notify the date for the census and to appoint a Census Commissioner and Superintendents of Census Operations in States.

Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act: 1956

The Act intends to combat trafficking and sexual exploitation for commercial purposes.

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UGC NET Exam 2016 – 17

A notification has been released by CBSE for the UGC NET 2016 Exam, according to which the exam will be held on 10th of June 2016. The admit card will be available at the 3rd week of June.

What is UGC NET Exam?

UGC NET Exam 2016 is a “National Eligibility Test” conducted by CBSE. This test is taken to judge the eligibility of the aspirants for lectureship and Junior Research Fellowship. The paper of this exam is designed to attain a level of minimum standards in the teaching field.

Preparation - Application Form - SyllabusQuestion Paper - Answer Key - Current Affairs
CBSE UGC NET Exam 2016- 17

Clearing UGC NET is difficult?

There is a high level of competition that is increasing year by year. Though one cannot easily clear the exam without a systematic approach. There is no shortcut to success”. To clear in UGC NET Exam one should follow a wise plan and proper schedule.

Steps to follow for success in this NET Exam:

1. Know UGC NET Syllabus –

To Crack any exam one should know the complete knowledge of syllabus. CBSE Conducts NET Exam in 83 subjects and at 89 selected centre across all over the country. Cover whole syllabus wisely. It is important that you understand the syllabus completely and prepare for each topic accordingly. Do not leave out any topic.

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2. Know NET Exam Paper Pattern –

Paper I is completely generic in nature, and focuses mainly on assessment of the candidate’s research or teaching aptitude. NET exam comprises of 2 sessions and 3 papers.

UGC NET Paper 1 –

This section is generic in nature and common for all the candidates. This paper contains 60 objective questions, of which any 50 questions are to be attempted by the candidate.

UGC NET Paper 2 –

Paper II is an objective type paper which has 50 compulsory questions, on the subject chosen by the Aspirants. The total marks for this paper is 100, and the time duration given is 1 ¼ hours.

UGC NET Paper 3 –

This is the final round CBSE NET Exam and it consist of 75 objective type compulsory questions from the subject selected by the candidate and each question will carry two marks.

3. Refer Good UGC NET books and top notch stuff.

4. Preparing well in time –

If you are planning to prepare for the UGC NET exam, it is advised that you begin your preparation well in time. A minimum of three to six months is absolutely essential. Create a routine that will not only focus on completing the topics but also on revising them.

5. Know UGC NET Question Papers –

Try to solve last year question paper and Mock test papers test series. This will help you to manage your time and judge your weak and strong section. There are many UGC NET Online Coaching where you get free study material and previous year question papers.

6. Know UGC NET Notification –

Stay updated with latest notifications released by CBSE, So that when offcial website notify anout any important information or any other UGC NET News it will help you.

7. Take advice from the pass out students or with experts.

8. Don’t be panic during exam and take proper diet and sleep.

9. Concentrate throughout. Last minute preparation won’t work.

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