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Early NEET schedule worries students
Friday, April 29, 2016
Students would hardly get any time to prepare for the new test in the new format with the new syllabus.
Lecturer and medical entrance trainer in Kakatiya Group of Institutions, Mr Anil Kumar said, “Students have been preparing for Eamcet for last two years. Suddenly, if they are asked to apply and appear for Neet within three months, how can they do it.” (Representational image)
 Lecturer and medical entrance trainer in Kakatiya Group of Institutions, Mr Anil Kumar said, “Students have been preparing for Eamcet for last two years. Suddenly, if they are asked to apply and appear for Neet within three months, how can they do it.” (Representational image)

Hyderabad: The Supreme Court’s ruling on Neet evoked mixed reactions from students, parents and teachers. Though Neet was welcomed by all sections on the ground that it would save students from appearing for multiple entrance exams, the major complaint was about the timing of the exam. They pointed out that conducting Neet in two phases, on May 1 and July 24, was flawed as students would hardly get any time to prepare for the new test in the new format with the new syllabus. “Converting AIPMT to be held in two days into first phase of Neet itself is disturbing for students. This decision should have been taken at least six month earlier. A fresh date should be announced and the exam held for all on a single day in July or August instead of on two days so that children are better prepared mentally for the same. Students appearing in the second phase will have an unfair advantage as they will get more time to study. Also, results can only be declared after the second phase. In these conditions, it would be better if all are allowed to appear for the exam on a single day in July,” said Mr P. Krishna Kumar, medical entrance expert in Narayana Group.

A parent, Mr M. Manik Reddy, whose daughter has applied for AP-Eamcet said, “What will be the future of students aspiring from state boards if they are forced to write Neet now? This will favour students from central syllabus like CBSE and ICSE, which cover the Neet syllabus, while state boards lag behind. This is not fair."

Mohd Shakeel, a student of Sri Gayatri Academy said, “Our problem is with the huge variation in syllabus. Let the Centre and state governments first agree on drafting a common syllabus for the entire country before conducting NEET. This will give a level-playing field for all.”

Lecturer and medical entrance trainer in Kakatiya Group of Institutions, Mr Anil Kumar said, “Students have been preparing for Eamcet for last two years. Suddenly, if they are asked to apply and appear for Neet within three months, how can they do it.”


Source: http://deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/290416/early-neet-schedule-worries-students.html

Hyderabad: Sri Chaitanya gets top three IIT-JEE ranks
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Sai Teja Talluri gets an all-India highest of 345 out of 360.
From left, Sai Teja Talluri, Vignesh Reddy
 From left, Sai Teja Talluri, Vignesh Reddy

Hyderabad: Students from the Narayana Sri Chaitanya IIT Academy have secured top ranks in the JEE Main-2016 results that were announced on Wednesday.

Sai Teja Talluri secured all-India highest marks (of 345 out of 360) in the open category. Vignesh Reddy Konda bagged the second highest (340) while two students — M. Prashanth Reddy and Sai Aditya secured the third highest marks (of 335). And three students Sai Praneeth Reddy, C. Laxminarayana and P. Sai Kiran Reddy secured fourth highest marks (330).

Academy directors Dr Sindhura Narayana and Mrs Sushma Bopana attributed the success to dedicated faculty and the hard work of students coupled with parental support.

Founder chairman of Sri Chaitanya educational institutions, D.B.S.Rao lauded students on their success. A massive number of Telugu students are in the 2 lakh list of students who have qualified for JEE Advanced exam.

Thirty three Sri Chaitanya students scored over 300 marks out of the stipulated 360. Sai Teja, who secured the highest marks (345 out of 360) thanked his teachers and parents for the support.

“The Integrated Techno Curriculum with C-IPL, C-Batch programmes gave us strong foundation in Maths and Physics,” he said. Vignesh Reddy, who bagged the second highest marks, said a quality syllabus, expert faculty and the best preparation helped him a lot.

Meanwhile, Sai Kiran Reddy, who got the third highest marks, said concept-based study and the doubt clarification methodology at the institute helped students excel in the exam.


Source: http://deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/280416/hyderabad-sri-chaitanya-gets-top-three-iit-jee-ranks.html

Telangana: Learning Sanskrit will help tech students, say experts
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
The IIT Director said students will get to know new and interesting things about scientific methods used several centuries ago.
There is a lot of content relating to science in the ancient scriptures. (Representational image)
 There is a lot of content relating to science in the ancient scriptures.

Hyderabad: Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani’s directions to IITs to teach Sanskrit might have evoked sharp criticism from Opposition parties, but experts and academicians see no disadvantage with it. In fact, studying ancient scriptures and Vedas will help engineering students develop their existing study and research area, they said.

IIT Delhi Director, Prof. V. Ramgopal Rao, backed the idea, which he felt would be  beneficial to students, especially from electrical, mechanical, civil and  metallurgy courses.

“There is a lot of content relating to science in the ancient scriptures, for example Rig Veda. It also helps in better understanding of material science, one of the key subjects for various engineering courses. Engineering students do humanities courses, and Sanskrit offers a better proposition,” he said.

The IIT Director said students will get to know new and interesting things about scientific methods used several centuries ago. Dr V. Subramanyam, Deputy Director at Sanskrit Academy, Hyderabad stated that there are several Sanskrit books like “Dakargalam”, in which you will find science techniques used at that time.

“For example, this book says at how many feet from Medi Chettu one should dig the ground to get sweet ground water. Senior Scientist C.S.R Prabhu did extensive study and discovered unparalleled science in ancient Sanskrit. Veda Ganitham will help in  solving complex mathematical problems without the use of calculator,” Dr Subramanyam said.

Even management students will stand to gain by reading Bhagavad Gita because it will help them on how to deal better with colleagues and staff in office, the Sanskrit expert added.


Source: deccanchronicle.com/nation/in-other-news/270416/hyderabad-learning-sanskrit-will-help-tech-students-say-experts.html

Telangana: Learning Sanskrit will help tech students, say experts
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
The IIT Director said students will get to know new and interesting things about scientific methods used several centuries ago.
There is a lot of content relating to science in the ancient scriptures. (Representational image)
 There is a lot of content relating to science in the ancient scriptures.

Hyderabad: Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani’s directions to IITs to teach Sanskrit might have evoked sharp criticism from Opposition parties, but experts and academicians see no disadvantage with it. In fact, studying ancient scriptures and Vedas will help engineering students develop their existing study and research area, they said.

IIT Delhi Director, Prof. V. Ramgopal Rao, backed the idea, which he felt would be  beneficial to students, especially from electrical, mechanical, civil and  metallurgy courses.

“There is a lot of content relating to science in the ancient scriptures, for example Rig Veda. It also helps in better understanding of material science, one of the key subjects for various engineering courses. Engineering students do humanities courses, and Sanskrit offers a better proposition,” he said.

The IIT Director said students will get to know new and interesting things about scientific methods used several centuries ago. Dr V. Subramanyam, Deputy Director at Sanskrit Academy, Hyderabad stated that there are several Sanskrit books like “Dakargalam”, in which you will find science techniques used at that time.

“For example, this book says at how many feet from Medi Chettu one should dig the ground to get sweet ground water. Senior Scientist C.S.R Prabhu did extensive study and discovered unparalleled science in ancient Sanskrit. Veda Ganitham will help in  solving complex mathematical problems without the use of calculator,” Dr Subramanyam said.

Even management students will stand to gain by reading Bhagavad Gita because it will help them on how to deal better with colleagues and staff in office, the Sanskrit expert added.


Source: deccanchronicle.com/nation/in-other-news/270416/hyderabad-learning-sanskrit-will-help-tech-students-say-experts.html

Karimnagar: Inter results give cheers to many, maths plays spoiler
Saturday, April 23, 2016
Suhasini said that the pass % of students of Intermediate course was increased by 2 % when compared with the previous year’s results.
Students of Alphores college in a joyful mood after the Intermediate results were announced, at Karimnagar on Friday. (photo: DC)
 Students of Alphores college in a joyful mood after the Intermediate results were announced, at Karimnagar on Friday.

KARIMNAGAR: The district showed slight improvement in intermediate II year results which were announced on Friday. However, the position of the district has dropped to seventh place from the previous fourth place in the state. Regional Intermediate Officer L. Suhasini disclosed the results to pressmen here on Friday.

Ms Suhasini said that the pass percentage of students of Intermediate course was increased by 2 per cent when compared with the previous year’s results.
The district achieved 58 per cent pass in II year and 47 per cent in I year. The district’s performance has enhanced when compared with last year’s pass percentage, following strict monitoring on junior colleges.

Karimnagar was placed at seventh position in Intermediate II year and fifth place in I year results in the state. A slew of measures are being taken to improve the performance of the district further, Ms Suhasini explained.

A total of 37,247 general and 3, 907 vocational students appeared for the II year Intermediate. Out of them, 15,903 were boys and girls accounted for 21, 344. Similarly, 38,168 (general) and 5,187 (vocational) students turned out for I year Intermediate examinations.

It may be recalled that the district had secured 56 per cent pass in Intermediate II year and 51 per cent in I year results in 2014-15 academic year. It had bagged fourth position in II year and six place in I year in the state last year.


Source: http://deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/230416/karimnagar-inter-results-give-cheers-to-many-maths-plays-spoiler.html

    
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