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Class XI, XII

For most students who aspire to make it big in their first step towards realizing their career goals, Class XI & XII are seen as their 'moments of truth' or the 'turning points' when they have no choice but to decide whether they are taking a positive plunge into the ocean of competition or are being forcefully thrown into it by fate or peer pressure. In either situation, we are here to help.

Our Class XI & XII course cover the complete syllabi for CBSE Class XI, XII as well as entrances like JEE Main & JEE Advanced. Besides, we also prepare them for SAT, Olympiad and KVPY. We acknowledge the fact that the individual nurturing needed for a student in commerce stream will be different from that of a humanities student as also against one in medical or SAT preparation course. Hence we provide separate batches for the respective streams so that the students are provided with the needful attention and handholding as deem fit.

Duration for the Classes

Duration of XI/XII (Non-Medical) Duration of XI/XII (CBSE) Duration of VI/VII/VIII/IX/X (CBSE)
Batches 2 hours 15 minutes Batches 1 hour 30 minutes Batches 1 hours 30 minutes
On alternate days On alternate days On alternate days
Specification Overview
Name of Examination Joint Entrance Examination Main
Commonly Known As JEE Main
Conducting Body National Testing Agency (NTA)
Examination Level National Level
Category Undergraduate Examination
Purpose of Exam Admissions into NITs, IIITs and CFTIs
Qualifying Test for JEE Advanced
Mode of Examination Computer based test
For Paper 2 – Drawing section will be conducted as pen and paper based test
Number of Attempts Twice in a year, Total – 6
Duration of Exam 3 Hours
Total Marks 360
Number of slots for each exam 8 slots out of which one has to be chosen by students for Paper I
2 slots for Paper II
Number of Applicants Over 12 Lakh
Number of Test Centres in India 264
Number of Test Centres in Abroad 9
States that are part of the JEE Main system Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Uttarakhand and Nagaland
States that accept JEE Main scores Rajasthan, Punjab, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh
JEE Main 2020 Official Website nta.ac.in
Number of Seats Offered NIT'S – 17967
IIIT'S – 4023
GFTI'S – 4683
KVPY
JEE Main

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India (GOI) has established National Testing Agency (NTA) as an independent autonomous and self-sustained premier testing organization under Society Registration Act 1860 for conducting efficient, transparent and international standards tests in order to assess the competency of candidates for admissions to premier higher education institutions. The Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India has entrusted the responsibility of conducting Joint Entrance Examination JEE (Main) to the NTA from 2020 onwards. Admission criteria to Undergraduate Engineering Programs at NITs, IIITs, other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions (CFTI), Institutions funded by participating State Governments, and other Institutions shall include the performance in the class 12/equivalent qualifying Examination and in the Joint Entrance Examination, JEE (Main). The (B. E. /B. Tech.) of JEE (Main) will also be an eligibility test for the JEE (Advanced), which the candidate has to take if he/she is aspiring for admission to the undergraduate programs offered by the Indian Institute of Technology (IITs).

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Olympiad (IMO)

One of the popular Math Olympiad , conducted by SOF, the IMO is conducted at two levels

Level 1: The first level of the exam is organized in the respective schools of the participants during school hours only.

  • The Level 1 exam is an objective-type test having duration of 60 minutes comprising of 35 objective-type questions for classes 1 to 4 and 50 objective-type questions for classes 5 to 12.
  • The exam consists of four sections:
    • Section-1: Logical Reasoning
    • Section-2: Mathematical Reasoning
    • Section-3: Everyday Mathematics
    • Section-4: Achievers Section
  • There are separate question papers for each and every class.
  • The medium of the exam is English.
  • CBSE, ICSE/ISC and other State Board syllabus is followed for the setting of test papers.
  • The exam is conducted during school hours only

Level 2: The Level 2 is conducted for students of classes 3 to 12. The qualifiers to second round would include the following:

  • Top 5% of candidates class wise that appear for the 1st level exam. Due weightage to marks scored in different sections will be given. Each section is accorded with a separate weightage.
  • Zone wise top 25 rank holders class wise.
  • Class topper where at least 10 students from a class appear in the exam & have scored 50% qualifying marks.

IMO Syllabus and Marking Scheme

Class Section No. of Questions Marks/Question Total Marks
1 to 4 Logical Reasoning 10 1 10
Mathematical Reasoning 10 1 10
Everyday Mathematics 10 1 10
Achievers Section 5 2 10
Grand Total 35 40
5 to 12 Logical Reasoning 15 1 15
Mathematical Reasoning 20 1 20
Everyday Mathematics 10 1 10
Achievers Section 5 3 15
Grand Total 50 60
KVPY

KVPY 2021 or Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana 2021 is a national level exam conducted to provide scholarship up to pre-PhD level to selected candidates. The Indian Institute of Science (IISC), Bangalore has been entrusted with the responsibility to conduct the exam. . In this article, we discuss the salient features of the program, on the basis of past trends:

KVPY Scholarship is awarded to deserving candidates to pursue higher education in the field of basic Sciences starting at the undergraduate level up to pre-research level studies. The courses for which candidates have commonly been awarded the fellowship includes B.Sc., B.Stat, Integrated M.Sc., and M.S in either Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, or Biology.

KVPY 2021 Exam Dates

Exam KVPY Exam Dates (Tentative)
Online Application form Opening 2nd week of July 2021
Online application form closing 1st week of September 2021
Admit card availability 2nd week of October 2021
KVPY 2021 Exam Date 1st week of November 2021
Answer key releases 4th week of November 2021
Result declaration 3rd week of December 2021
Interview starts 3rd week of January 2022
Last date of interview 4th week February 2022

KVPY 2021 Highlights

Exam KVPY (Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana)
Conducting Authority Indian Institute of Science (IISC), Bangalore
Official Website www.kvpy.iisc.ernet.in
Level and Periodicity of Exam National level exam held annually
Streams SA: Students in Class 11 can appear in this stream
SX: Students in Class 12 can appear in this stream
SB: Students studying Science in the first year of
graduation can appear for this stream
Aptitude Test Centers 54 Cities across India
Mode of Application Online
Mode of Examination Online/Offline
Medium of Examination English & Hindi
Helpdesk Phone: 080 – 22932975/76, 080- 23601008 &
080 – 22933536 (Monday – Friday, 10 AM – 5 PM)Email: applications.kvpy@iisc.ac.in
SAT

The SAT is a standardized test designed to measure basic critical reading, math and writing skills. Most colleges and universities request ACT or SAT score results from applicants. The SAT is composed of three main sections, each with its own subsections. The three major sections will be graded on a scale of 200-800. The final score will be the sum of all sections, a number between 600 and 2400. Here is what you can expect to see in each section.

SAT 2021 Pattern(Anticipated)

SAT exam pattern is as follow- three sections, namely, Math, Reading, and Writing. There is an optional section which is called the Essay, which has one 50 minutes long substantial passage from which the student needs to build their argument. Students are not scored on this section. Here we cover the general SAT test pattern.

Subject Duration Sub Sections Questions Score Range
Math 80 minutes Calculator allowed for 37 questions
Calculator not allowed for 20 questions
  • Problem-solving and data analysis
  • 'The Heart of Algebra'
  • 'Passport to Advanced Math'
200-800
Reading 65 minutes Total 52 questions
  • No Sentence Completion
  • Tests understanding of passages from the US and world Literature, History/Social Studies, and Sciences (500-750 words)
200-800 (combined with Writing section)
Writing and Language 35 minutes Total 44 questions
  • Tests 'Expression of Ideas' and 'Standard English Conventions' through passages related to Careers, History/Social Studies, Humanities and Science
  • All questions from extended prose (400-450 words)
200-800 (combined with Reading section)
Essay (optional) 50 minutes One 50 minutes optional essay This section requires students to evaluate an argument through analysis of evidence not scored
Total 3 hours (with optional 50 minutes) 154 questions 1600

Key Points for SAT Eligibility 2021

  • The College Board is the official conducting body of the SAT exam
  • There is no minimum or maximum age set by the conducting body as SAT eligibility criteria
  • SAT is widely accepted in countries like USA, UK, Australia, and Canada.
  • Students appear for SAT for admission to undergraduate programmes in colleges/ universities abroad
  • A maximum number of high school students between the ages 17-18 appear for the SAT exam
SAT II

The Mathematics Level 2 Subject Test covers the same material as the Mathematics Level 1 test — with the addition of trigonometry and elementary functions (precalculus). If you performed well in these courses, taking this test gives you the opportunity to highlight you’re abilities and showcase your interest in higher-level mathematics.

Test Basics

Scoring, Timing, Number of Questions

SAT exam pattern is as follow- three sections, namely, Math, Reading, and Writing. There is an optional section which is called the Essay, which has one 50 minutes long substantial passage from which the student needs to build their argument. Students are not scored on this section. Here we cover the general SAT test pattern.

Points Minutes Questions
200-800 60 50 (Multiple Choice)

Topic for the Test

Content Approx % of Test
Number and operations
  • Operations, ratio and proportion, complex numbers, counting, elementary number theory, matrices, sequences, series, vectors
10%–14%
Algebra and functions
  • Expressions, equations, inequalities, representation and modeling, properties of functions (linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, periodic, piecewise, recursive, parametric)
48%–52%
Geometry and measurement

Coordinate: Lines, parabolas, circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, symmetry, transformations, polar coordinates
Three-dimensional: Solids, surface area and volume (cylinders, cones, pyramids, spheres, prisms), coordinates in three dimensions
Trigonometry: Right triangles, identities, radian measure, law of cosines, law of sines, equations, double angle formulas

48%–52%
10%–14%
4%–6%
12%–16%
Data analysis, statistics, and probability
  • Mean, median, mode, range, interquartile range, standard deviation, graphs and plots, least squares regression (linear, quadratic, exponential), probability
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NDA
Name of Examination National Defence Academy
Commonly known as NDA
Conducting authority Union Public Service Commission
Exam level National Level Entrance Exam
Organized for Recruitment in Indian Army, Navy and Air Force
Mode Of Exam Offline i.e. Pen & Paper Based mode
Section Mathematics, GAT (Section 1- English) and GAT (Section 2- General Knowledge)
Total Marks 900
Negative marking 0.33 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer
Type Of Questions Multiple Choice Question(MCQ)
Eligibility Criteria 10+2 or equivalent examination
Exam Duration 2 hours 30 minutes

NDA 2021 Important dates

Candidates can check the tentative schedule for NDA exam 2021 below:

Events NDA I dates NDA II dates
Release of official notification 30th December 2020 9th June 2021
Availability of application form 30th December 2020 9th June 2021
Last date for the submission of application form 19th January 2021 29th June 2021
Release date of Admit card March 2021 August 2021
Date of entrance test 18th April 2021 17th Nov 2021
NDA 2021 Exam 18th April 2021 5th September 2021
Declaration of Result May 2021 November 2021

NDA 2021 Admit Card

Eligible candidates who registered successfully will be able to download the admit card before 10 days from the examination. The authority will release the NDA admit card in the month of March (for NDA I) and in the month of August (for NDA II) tentatively. Candidates can download their admit card from the official website by submitting their application login details. All the candidates should carry the NDA hall ticket while appearing in the exam center.

NDA 2021 Eligibility criteria

Candidate’s eligibility for NDA 2021 will be depending upon various parameters. The NDA eligibility criteria 2021 will be slightly different for all defense services. The details about NDA 2019 Eligibility criteria are listed below:

Nationality

Applicant must be an Indian citizen/ subject of Bhutan/ subject of Nepal or Refugee of Tibetan (came to India before 1st January 1962 with the intention to settle permanently in India).

Those migrated from Burma, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and east African countries of Tanzania, Zambia, Uganda, Malawi, Zaire and Vietnam or Ethiopia with an intention of settlement in India are also eligible to apply.

Age Limit

  • Candidates, who have born in between 2nd July 2000 to 1st July 2003, are eligible for apply for NDA (1) exam.
  • For NDA 2, applicants should have born in between 2nd January 2001 to 1st July 2004.

Gender & Marital criteria

  • Only unmarried male candidates are eligible to apply for NDA.
  • Applicants must assume not to marry until they finish their complete training.

Educational qualification

For Army Wing: Passed 10+2 or equivalent examination from any recognized board.

For Air Force & Naval wings of NDA and 10+2 Cadet Entry Scheme at the Indian Naval Academy:

  • Must be completed 10+2 or equivalent examination with physics and mathematics subjects.
  • Appearing candidates are also eligible to apply.

NDA Application form 2021: How to apply?

Candidates must check the important instructions to fill the application form, before filling the online application. Below, candidates can find the some major details about the NDA registration 2021:

  • Candidates can access and fill the application form through online mode.
  • The conducting body will release the NDA 2021 Application form on 9th January 2021 (for NDA I) and 7th August 2021 (for NDA II) tentatively.
  • Candidates have to first complete the registration part. Only after the successful registration, they can access the application form.
  • Fill in the details carefully as no changes will be allowed to be made thereafter.
  • Candidates have to upload the scanned images of photograph and signature as per the prescribed format.
  • There will be no need to send the printout/hard copy of the application form to the UPSC.

Application Fee

Candidates belonging to general category have to pay Rs. 100/ as necessary application fee. The payment can be made through debit/credit card and SBI net banking. Candidates can also remit fee through challan of SBI bank. There will be no fee for candidates belonging to SC/ST category/ Sons of JCOs, NCOs & Ors.

Exam pattern

NDA 2021 will be conducted in offline mode. The entrance test will comprise of two sections i.e. General Knowledge (600 marks) and Mathematics (300 marks). The paper will consist of objective type questions. For each wrong answer 0.33 marks will be deducted. The duration given to complete each paper is 2 hours and 30 minutes. The section wise distribution of marks according to NDA exam pattern is provided in the below table:

Subjects Maximum Marks Duration
Mathematics 300 2 and a half hours
GAT (Section 1- English) 200
GAT (Section 2- General Knowledge) 400 2 and a half hours
Total Marks 900
SSB Interview marks 900
Total 1800