The online world has exploded. It has made watching online television possible and consuming news has never been easier. The world wide web aka the internet has changed the way we share knowledge – be it through live updates or videos. The tremendous amount of time it saves and the information it provides is unbelievable.
India is home to some of the best engineering colleges in the world. Apart from the premier engineering institutes like the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Indian Institute of Science (IISC), there are Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), National Institutes of Technology (NITs), other Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs), several other state funded and self-financed engineering institutions in the country. While many states and institutes have their own engineering entrance exams, getting into the top engineering colleges like IITs, IISC, BITS Pilani, NITs, etc. needs one to crack national level entrance exams like JEE Main, JEE Advanced, BITSAT, etc. Find out everything you need to know about these engineering entrance exams in these section.
Chemistry is your best friend when it comes to getting a high score. In short, think of Chemistry as your secret weapon which will help you to score high. In this post, let’s look at how you can score high in Inorganic Chemistry. Here are some tips to get you started. How to prepare for
Chemistry is one of the most scoring subjects. To understand Organic Chemistry you need to have a thorough hold on your basics (Hybridization, Sigma & Pi Bonds, Isomerism, H-bonds, Carbocations, etc.). There is a lot of memorising involved in Organic Chemistry since there is a variety of reactions in this unit of chemistry. To grasp
The Joint Admission Board (JAB) has announced on Sunday that JEE Advanced, the entrance exam for admission to the top engineering colleges in India, the IITs, the IISC, and few other colleges will be conducted completely online from 2018. Let us now look at what it means for everyone: JEE Advanced to go completely online | All you need to know The
When asked which engineering subject among Physics, Chemistry and Math is the toughest, each one has his/her own opinion. And each individual view differs from the next. And it’s only when you start studying these subjects yourself that you get to identify firsthand your toughest subject in engineering. Which is the toughest subject in engineering?
Students, brace yourselves. Winter is coming; and by “winter” I mean “exams”. Yes, it’s only a few months before the exam season is on us again so, for those of you who seem to think that two years of studying can be completed in two days, it’s about time you wake up! I’m not trying
Attacking the IIT JEE paper is by no means a small task. To crack the JEE with the hopes to land in one of the IITs means understanding the paper and how best it can be beaten. As we always say at Embibe, smart work trumps hard work. When you sit for a JEE exam,
Each year, lakhs of students gear up for undergraduate competitive exams like the IIT JEE, BITSAT, and NEET. To beat the competition and grab one of the top ranks requires smart work. Hard work alone won’t get you anywhere (at least nowhere near the top!). You need to step it up; but how? Study materials
So finally it is that time of the year when students take the most crucial decision of their lives – their respective departments and colleges. I am sure most of the JEE aspirants have colorful pictures of life at IITs. But how colorful is it in reality? What are the perks of being an IITian? Read
Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani is one of the top private engineering colleges in India. Every year, it conducts BITSAT (BITS Aptitude Test) for students seeking admission in one of its college campuses – BITS Pilani, BITS Goa and BITS Hyderabad. BITS Placement Statistics 2015-16 Nearly 500 students from the Pilani campus sit