Ans. Teachers at Aakash bring along a wide range of teaching experience: It varies from 2 years to 15 years. Our young teachers bring in a very high level of interaction with students, build rapport & solve doubts intricately. Our experienced teachers are endowed with rich teaching knowledge during their lectures, thus, helping students build stronger concepts and get an exposure of all kinds of questions that can probably be asked in the exams.
New recruits have to undergo a systematic training regime before they start taking classes. The training given to the teachers provides them with an edge and grooms them in a way that sets us apart from other institutes. Other institutes pick up teachers from anywhere and send them to the class without sharpening their teaching abilities. But here at Aakash, each and every faculty has to undergo a training schedule of 3 months. The training imparted includes development and sharpening of skills like:
Ans. The faculty is selected through an exhaustive selection process that comprises of:
We keep on experimenting with the selection process rather than sticking to the stereotype model of the selection. We have the following distinguishing features. Advantages of fresher: We offer equal opportunities to fresher because they are energetic, vibrant and have the capability to work hard with innovative methodologies. They can generate the interest of students in subject and maintain a quick & easy rapport with them. Our teacher recruitment exercise is open 24 X 7 throughout the year because it is very challenging to select competent teachers as it takes a lot of time. In fact, efficient teachers to teach for the exams like JEE and NEET(AIPMT)/AIIMS are very rare in the market. With the ever increasing of trust of students in brand Aakash, we do not compromise on quality. Hence, we keep conducting interviews to recruit new teachers every day. Most of the Franchises are being provided with teacher support from AESL, so that teaching quality remains of high standards at all centres.
Ans. Our aim is to maintain single faculty throughout the session for one batch. However, if one third students in a class complain, then we have to change the faculty. However, it should be noted that a teacher will always be changed only in the best interest of the students. Centre Specific Faculty: Aakash has a pool of teachers in every city where it has centres. Therefore as per the requirement, availability and experience of teachers and the requirement of students, teachers are assigned to different batches.
Ans. As far as the competent faculty is concerned, every centre has best faculties because we have maintained uniformity in selection and training of faculties. The best and the average teachers have been classified by the students because the mode of teaching varies from teacher to teacher.
Ans. Aakash Educational Services Limited, which is the parent company of Aakash Institute, Aakash IIT-JEE and Aakash Foundations, employs only full time teaching staff. There is no part time faculty like other institutes. Advantages of Full-time faculty are:
Ans. Yes, PTMs are an integral part of our education delivery and feedback system. We frequently invite parents to meet with their ward’s respective teachers to understand their performance closely. This is also an opportunity for Aakash to get in touch with the parents and motivate them to help Aakash and its students achieve the common goal of qualifying in entrance exam selection. One more advantage of permanent faculty is that, parents can meet the teachers and teachers hold themselves responsible for mentoring weak students and sharpening bright students.
Ans. Our teachers conduct Daily Revision of previous lectures; Concept clearing sessions in each subject are also conducted which equip students with all possible tips, tricks and short-cut-methods to crack the competitive examinations. Student-teacher ratio at Aakash is around 50-60:1. Other institutes keep 100-200 students in a class. We cannot compromise with quality education at any cost. Others are concerned with business only but our top priority is the career-building of our students.
Ans. The study material provided by Aakash is original and is prepared by Aakash’s own teachers. The material prepared is strictly as per the syllabus guidelines of various entrance exams. The study material is exhaustive enough to give the required competitive edge to the students. Study material builds the concepts of the students. Concepts are then put to test by our original and conceptual test papers. Test papers designed at Aakash are not only as per the latest pattern of the Entrance Exams but are also intended to keep students on toes.
The intricate level problems and questions asked in the test papers truly test the application capability of students. Students are tested on part-wise as well as full syllabus tests. Performance reports of test papers and class/test, attendance etc. are regularly sent to parents, to keep them abreast with their ward’s performance. Depending on the batch size and number of batches, we often reshuffle students after 3-4 tests. The objective is to bring like-minded students together so that they learn faster and perform better.
Ans. We provide our students with original question samples that have been prepared by the competent faculty at Aakash. Other institutes simply copy the previous year questions or modify them a bit. This does not provide a competitive edge to the students. We have a dedicated research based team that stresses only on the study material.
Other such coaching institutes overburden the teachers with the work of making study materials. This causes a decrease in teaching quality as well as in the quality of the study material. We plan for tomorrow. So we are the leaders and others are the followers.
Ans. Proper classroom attendance records of students are maintained and monitored. Any student absenting himself/herself from classes for more than one week without prior information is called at by the centre counselor or manager. The institute is very strict for maintaining proper discipline in the institute. Also, students absenting themselves from Class Tests are reprimanded. Careless attitude towards classroom and test attendance can lead to termination or cancellation of admission of the student by the centre authorities
Ans. Most of the parents feel that our fee is high; however, this relatively high fee structure at Aakash is justified because:
Ans. The medium of instruction is English along with the use of Hindi at times to make a concept clear to students. However, the study packages are available in English only.
Ans. Aakash has tied up with Hostels around the centre. You simply need to visit the hostels personally and satisfy yourself of all the arrangements. A nominal hostel fees charged from each student as boarding charges.
Ans. The competition for engineering and medical entrance exams is getting tougher with each passing day. And ‘Two-Year-Course’ provides integrated preparation.
These days about 55% of the questions asked in entrance examinations are from Class XI syllabus and the rest 45% questions are from Class XII syllabus. So preparing in the right earnest from class XI is a must for cracking these competitive exams. Now-a-days, two-year integrated program has been bearing optimum result, so if someone wishes to book his/her seat in medical & engineering entrance exams, it is wise to get enrolled in this program at the earliest.
Ans. Aakash imbibes the following preparation methodology among its students:
Ans. Preparing for an entrance exam is undoubtedly exhausting. However, a student can follow these tips in order to prepare well and not overburden himself at the end;
Ans. It all depends on the comfort levels of a student. Weekdays batch helps in maintaining the rhythm of a student but are a bit hectic. Weekend classes generally take the entire day but are a bit relaxed as these are scheduled on weekends.
There are some significant differences between the two –Weekdays or Weekend.
Ans. Aakash Crash Course offers an array of benefits because this course is divided into three zones, which describe the overall advantages as
Secure Zone: This covers the 55 to 65% syllabus of competitions and questions come every year from this zone.
Relax Zone: This covers 20 to 25% syllabus and questions are asked from this zone once in every 2-3 years.
Topper Zone: This zone covers only 5 to 10% syllabus and questions are asked from this zone once in 5 years.
If we are covering the secure zone, then a child can easily crack the entrance. So, in crash courses we generally give stress on Secure Zone.
Ans. According to Aakash Success Triangle, the contribution of Student, Parents and Mentors is in the ratio of 80%, 10% & 10% in their respective role for the success of a student in competitive exams. Parents should not run away from their responsibility after admitting the child in the institute. The child will succeed in the entrance exam only if the parents and the teachers work together and keep the child motivated and focused.
Ans. All the results published by Aakash institute and Aakash IIT-JEE are genuine and the institute has detailed record of these successful students. Aakash has never published or claimed any fake result and will never do so in future also. Many such coaching institutes often give manipulated and fake results. We never do so as we firmly believe that Our Product, Commitment and Quality are the best.
Ans. The preparation at Aakash is based on CBSE / NCERT syllabus, so during the course of Entrance exams preparation, most of the school syllabus gets automatically covered. We also conduct the classes for preparation of class XI & XII syllabus.
Ans.In such a case, you have to submit the student’s documents like class 10th mark- sheet and Category certificate (if any) along with Aakash I-Card. After verification, refund cheque will be provided to student.
Ans.Aakash is famous not only for the paramount system of education delivery for the medical and engineering aspirants but also for the original and relevant study materials and methodical approach of teaching. Since 1988, we have perfected the system of coaching because we know what is best for students. And our system is same for the Engineering as well as for Medical. In 2008, we didn’t have many students for IIT, but this condition didn’t stop us. We produced top 12 ranks out of 100 in IIT-JEE, total 503 selections in first year. This kind of result was possible purely because of meritorious education system we have developed over the years.
Ans. : There are many reasons why one should join Aakash and a few of these have been summarized below-
Ans. The Prospectus is ONLY available on the AIIMS website https://www.aiimsexams.org No hard copies are available.
Ans. The Application can ONLY be submitted through Online on the AIIMS website https://www.aiimsexams.org
Online Registration has 6 (Six) STEP
View city choice – Candidate can check the seat availability before the payment.
STEP-3 City Choice
STEP-4 Qualification & Address Details
STEP-5 Upload Images
STEP-6 Print Registration Form
Ans. You can check status of your Application after login with your credentials i.e. Candidate Id & Password. Status will be flashed on the Dash Board on “My Page” approx. after one week of registration. If still you find some deficiency/ies in your image/s please make correction as per the instructions on the Dash Board.
Ans. Since some fields are editable till the last date of submission of registration form, the status can only be finalized after this period.
Ans. A Candidate ID and Password will be sent to you on your registered email ID and mobile number. You are advised to remember the password and also retain a printout of your Registration form and admit card till completion of admission process.
Forgotten passwordIn case you forget your Password, go to the ‘Forgot login details’ link on the login page and enter the following information to get Password:
Ans. Any of the following may be the problems obstructing you to login:
Ans. The session will expire after 120 Seconds idle state.
Ans. No, there will be no need to indicate the choice of AIIMS. However, the choice of AIIMS will be chosen at the time of online counselling.
Ans. The following information furnished by the candidate CANNOT be changed after PAYMENT of registration fees:
Ans. No, you cannot register after the expiry of the time of registration. No communication regarding requests for registration after the last date and time will be entertained. It is your responsibility to register well in time and to avoid the last minute rush.
Ans. No, the city/centre of examination once chosen and allotted cannot be changed and no requests in this regard will be entertained. The city of examination is chosen by the candidate on first cum first serve basis subject to availability and it is confirmed only after the receipt of the payment.
Ans. Please read Instructions given in the Prospectus regarding the above mentioned certificates carefully. The requirements/formats are clearly mentioned therein. Certificates as mentioned in the Prospectus will ONLY be considered/ accepted. In case candidates fail to produce the certificates (as per instructions provided), at time of online Counseling, then they will not be permitted to participate in the online Counseling.
Ans. You can communicate with the Examination Section, AIIMS using your Registered e-mail ID only. The email address of the examination section is firstname.lastname@example.org
Ans. No documents are required to be uploaded during the Online Registration /Application process, but you have to UPLOAD images of your Photograph, left thumb impression and signature at the time of registration (step 5 of Application Form) and its dimension should exactly be match with Prospectus.
Ans. If you have submitted the payment but did not succeed after about a minute, you will find a Pop-up Message. Accordingly, click the OK Button and check the status of Transaction. If Payment is “Successful” proceed to Step-3 (City Choice) and in the case of “Failed Transaction” you will have to make payment again and earlier payment made will directly be refunded in your account. It is preferable; if such problem has occurred with one bank gateway for next payment please choose another bank gateway.
Ans. There will be Online Counselling from this year (2018) onwards.
Ans. The Schedule and guidelines/ procedure of Online Counselling will be uploaded later on the website https://www.aiimsexams.org . Please check the website regularly.
Ans. In each category i.e. UR, OBC, SC and ST, the total number of candidates to be online counselling will be four (4) times the number of seats available in each category.
Ans. For AIIMS, New Delhi and other AIIMS you will be required to join the course within time period mentioned in the guideline procedure of rounds of online Counselling. However, it will be uploaded later on.
Ans. Certificates issued by the competent authorities should be in English or Hindi language. In case your certificates are in a regional language, you are advised to carry a Certified True Copy of the original (regional language) certificate, translated into English/Hindi language, and also bring the original certificate in regional language at the time of counselling/admission.
Ans. All the information regarding the fee structure, MBBS course duration etc., of AIIMS, New Delhi is given in the Prospectus. For the Eight other AIIMS, you are advised to visit their respective websites and go through the ‘At a Glance’ section for this purpose.
Upload the Class XII marks statement.
Ans. Yes. The candidates who appeared in Class XII examination in 2017 do not have to upload any document with respect to Class XII Examination.
Ans. Yes. JEE (Advanced) 2017 offers question papers in two languages: English and Hindi. Candidates have to choose the language option during the JEE (Advanced) 2017 registration. / हाँ, आप हिंदी या अंग्रेजी भाषा के प्रश्न पत्र का चुनाव जे ई ई (ऐ डी वी २०१७) के पंजीकरण के समय क्र सकते हैं ।
Ans. Candidates will get only one question paper - either English question paper or Hindi question paper but not both. / आवेदक को सिर्फ एक प्रश्न पत्र मिलेगा - हिंदी में या अंग्रेजी में।
Ans. No. You will get the question papers in only one language (English or Hindi). / नहीं, आपको प्रश्न पत्र सिर्फ एक ही भाषा में मिलेगा - हिंदी में या अंग्रेजी में।
Ans. Yes, it is compulsory. If a candidate is absent in one of the papers, then the candidate will be considered as absent from the examination.
Ans. Your login is your JEE (Main) roll number. The password is same as that used for JEE (MAIN).
Ans. Yes. PIO and OCI card holders are eligible. Please refer to the relevant section of Information Brochure (points 5, 9 and 10) for more information.
Ans. No. This option is available is available to foreign candidates only. Please refer to point 5 of Information Brochure or to Information Brochure for foreign candidates. (http://jeeadv.ac.in/pdf/foreign.pdf)
Ans. Yes, you need to have at least one valid mobile number in the application form.
Ans. You can give up to two mobile numbers.
Ans. In the Step 2, you upload your certificates..
Ans. In step 3, you are required to pay the fee.
Ans. The registration fee payment is through net banking, debit cards and SBI challan only. No credit card payment is permitted.
Ans. The confirmation from the banks comes only once in a day. So earlier submission of your application is recommended.
Ans. If you complete your step 2 by 2nd May 2017, then you can pay the normal fee. But if you complete the step 2 on 3rd or 4th May, then you have to pay an additional amount of Rs. 500.
Ans. No. Category declared during JEE (Main) 2017 registration cannot be changed.
Ans. No. Only the candidates who qualify in JEE (Advanced) 2017 are eligible for AAT 2017. There is no relation between JEE (Main) Paper II and AAT.
Ans. If your parents’ income falls under NON-CREAMY LAYER (NCL) of the other backwards classes (OBC), then you are eligible for the OBC (NCL) quota. If you do not fall under NCL, then do not tick the OBC (NCL) button.
Ans. No. A valid OBC-NCL certificate as per the prescribed format issued on or after 1st April-2017 should be uploaded for getting the benefits of OBC-NCL category.
Ans. The certificate should be in the format specified by the central government as per the prescribed format and the caste should be in the central list of OBCs.
Ans. If you are not able to obtain the OBC (NCL) certificate in the month of April 2017, you can upload a self-declaration saying that you will do so by 5th of June 2017 (that is, in about one more month). Please refer to Annexure II of Information Brochure for a sample of such declaration.
Ans. Yes, you can register by declaring that you do not belong to OBC(NCL) provided if your JEE (Main) 2017 score is above the general category cut-off. If your JEE (Main) 2017 score is below the general category cut-off you are not eligible for JEE (Advanced) 2017.
Ans. No, since your declared result is also based on the category. Therefore, if you do not submit the certificate by 5th June 2017, your result will be based on general category.
Ans. If you have accepted seat in IITs then you are NOT eligible for JEE (Advanced) 2017. Please refer to point 10 (criterion 5) of Information Brochure.
Ans. Yes. You are eligible for JEE (Advanced) 2017 subject to fulfilling other eligibility criteria. Please refer to point 10 (criterion 5) of Information Brochure.
Ans. Yes. The candidates who have taken admissions in NITs in 2016 are also eligible for appearing in JEE (Advanced) 2017, if they satisfy all other eligibility criteria given in the information brochure.
Ans. As per rules on date, you can appear in 2017 and 2018, but not in 2019. Please refer to point 10 (criterion 4) of Information Brochure.
Ans. Not all defense service personnel' children are eligible for DS category seats. DS category seats are earmarked for children of defense/paramilitary personnel killed or permanently disabled in action during war or peacetime operations.
Ans. No. Since the bubbling on ORS is done using only black ball point pen, candidates cannot modify the answers once bubbled.
Ans. Try to reach your examination center well in advance. It is best to familiarize yourself with the venue a day before to avoid the unnecessary stress on the day of the exam.
Ans. You will be considered absent from the examination and will be disqualified to receive the result. It is compulsory for you to appear in both the papers.
Ans. Yes, an important part of the pre-exam procedure is taking a fingerprint of your index finger. Remember the same fingerprint is used when you come for the seat acceptance after qualifying in the examination.
Ans.This is best done if your hands are clean and you have not used any oil/ cream.
Ans. Do not wear unnecessary things such as rings, chains, bangles, ear-rings or a modern watch. A simple analogue watch is permitted so that you can have the estimate of time.
Ans. For JEE (Main)-2017, Only those candidates who have passed their Class 12th Exam or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2015 or 2016; or those who are appearing in their Class 12th Exam or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2017 are eligible to appear in JEE (Main)-2017. Candidates who passed Class 12th/Qualifying examination in 2014 or before as well as those who will appear in such examination in 2018 or later are not eligible to appear in JEE (Main)-2017. Candidates who appeared in class 12th/equivalent qualifying Examinations in 2014, did not pass in 2014, but passed in 2015 are also not eligible to appear in JEE (Main)-2017.
Ans. Select the year of passing class 12th as 2015/2016 and enter the roll number, name of the board and other details of 2015/2016 in the application form. Select ‘yes’ in the column – appearing for improvement examination. The roll number of improvement examination 2017 may be filled in the month of March at the time of downloading admit cards of JEE (Main).
Ans. If a candidate has passed Class 12th/ Equivalent qualifying examination from one state but appeared for improvement from another state, his/her state code of eligibility will be from where he/she has originally passed Class 12th/ Equivalent qualifying examination and not the state from where he/she has appeared for improvement. Indian nationals passing the equivalent qualifying examination from an institution abroad, the State of Eligibility will be determined on the basis of permanent address in India as given in the Passport of the candidate. Candidate passed/appearing class 12th from NIOS should select the State of Eligibility according to the state in which the study Centre is located. The State of Eligibility is not applicable for the candidates belonging to Nepal /Bhutan/Foreign/OCI/PIO.
Ans. Name of the candidate and date on which the photograph is taken is to be mentioned on the photograph, but in case uploaded photograph does not have name and date, the form will not be rejected and no correction is required in such a case and he/she will be issued admit card for appearing in JEE (Main)-2017 as usual.
Ans. There is no need to upload thumb impression in online application of JEE (Main)-2017.
Ans. Such candidates should enter the mobile number of his/her relative residing in India.
Ans. No, the candidates appeared in Paper - 2 are eligible for admission to B. Arch. Course only in NITs/SPAs other CFTIs (where B.Arch. course is available). For admission to B.Arch. in IIT’s, there is separate procedure for which the candidates should see the website of IITs.
Ans. Yes, to appear in JEE (Advanced) a diploma holder can apply in JEE (Main)-2017 but his/her rank and score for JEE (Main) will not be declared as diploma holders cannot apply for admission in NITs and CFTIs through JEE (Main) channel.
Ans. Different states can have different HSC vocational courses, so students of different states will have to verify it from their particular state.
Ans. Kindly visit the website www.aiuweb.org.
Ans. Use Mozilla Firefox/Internet Explorer (above 9.0) and good internet connection while filling online Application Form. In case of continuous times out clear cookies and history of the browser and fill in off-peak hours.
Ans. If the payment status of online transaction (by credit/debit card) is not communicated by payment gateway in real time then fee payment is not completed and candidate will not be able to download acknowledgement page. In this case, the candidates are required to pay the fees again either through online transaction or by e- challan and download the acknowledgement page. Your amount of failed transaction of credit/debit card will be refunded back within 7 to 10 days to card account. In case, fee payment is made through e-challan and the fee is not updated on the website, the candidate should contact the concerned bank/branch for updation of fee. Even if the challan is not updated by the bank till last date, such candidates should send the copy of paid e-challan through e-mail on email@example.com.
Ans. Yes, but a candidate can change mode of examination from pen & paper examination to computer based examination.
Ans. The correction in particulars can be done only if the candidates have paid the fee and completed all the steps of online application form of JEE (Main)-2017. The candidates can modify all the particulars including city of examination, Paper - 2 to Paper -1 and vice versa or select both papers of his/her application form during the facility of correction in January, 2017. The balance fee, if any due to correction in particulars, will have to be paid by the candidates during that period. However change of mode of examination from computer based to pen paper based examination is not allowed.
Ans. There is no compulsion for such candidates to appear in both papers, they can appear in the paper of their choice. But there is no refund of fee.
Ans. The option of entering Roll Number is not mandatory, if it is allotted then mention it, otherwise leave it empty and fill the remaining options in the JEE (Main)-2017.
Ans. If a candidate does not make any selection, he/she shall be randomly assigned a slot/date as per the availability of the same in the examination city selected by them. Details of session and slot will be mentioned on their admit card which can be downloaded from the website during March 2017 as per schedule.
Ans. The question paper will be bilingual (both in Hindi/English and Gujarati/English) for the candidates who have opted Hindi/Gujarati medium. The candidate can attempt question in any medium during examination.
Ans. Such candidates may also do the correction as clarified in point 22.
Ans. Such candidates should do the correction in their application form as mentioned in point 22. In computer based examination, candidates can choose the medium on their screen during the examination.
Ans. Such Candidates have to apply for JEE (Main) by entering 14 digits Aadhaar Enrolment ID/UR No. (Including slash) printed on the slip issued by aadhaar centre after submitting updation request.
Ans.Exams like NTSE, NSO, KVPY and JSTS are conducted at national level. Thousands of students compete in these exams and in order to excel in such exams, a student needs some extra preparation and a competitive edge that is missing from the school syllabus. We at Aakash cater to this ‘extra’ need of preparation that helps your child excel in such exams. Having the achievement of qualifying in a NTSE exam on a student’s resume will surely go a long way in boosting his career prospects.
Ans. The foundation level course at Aakash does not overburden a student with unnecessary facts and figures. It actually helps in enhancing the competitive streak in a student. The course material is so developed in such a manner so that a student gets simultaneously prepared for both, school level as well as national level exams. Aakash understands the importance of school level exams and hence never lets a student get diverted from its preparation.
Ans. No. It is not mandatory for a student to prepare for such competitive exams. However, it is beneficial if a student prepares for exams like NTSE that are held at a national level as these let a student know where he stands in a national level competition. A student gets to know about his weaknesses which will make him/her work even harder for future examinations. Such exams also set a student in the right mental frame so that he prepares himself well for future exams such as JEE, AIPMT and AIIMS etc.
Ans. In the Foundations program courses where there is only one installment, fee that can be paid through Cash or DD. In this case neither local nor outstation cheques will be accepted. For the courses having more than one installment, the first installment is to be paid through DD/Cash and the rest can be paid by post dated A/C payee local cheques. Payments can also be made online by visiting our website www.aakash.ac.in using a credit card/online payment option.
Ans. Yes. Aakash always awards scholar students in the form of scholarships. There is test like Admission Cum Scholarship Test (ACST) for admission in the foundation course program. Based on the performance in this test, a student is offered scholarships. The percentage of fee waiver may vary according to the marks secured in this test.
Ans. Each class has a maximum of 40 students. Student teacher ratio is of 40:1. Less number of students in a class means greater attention for every student present. A teacher can give more time to each student and can clarify his doubts properly. Thus the students get trained effectively.
Ans. Aakash has been quite consistent with its performance when it comes to producing achievers. A good number of students who had taken coaching from Aakash qualified NTSE and many other such exams. The details of which have been mentioned in the ‘Our Results’ category in www.aakash.ac.in .
Ans. If a student asks for fee refund before the commencement of classes at Aakash, then the admission fee and the first installment of fee deposited will be refunded. However, the registration fees and admission cum scholarship test fees will not be refunded under any circumstances whatsoever.
Ans. Succeeding in any examination depends on the hard work and diligent efforts that a student puts into preparation. We at Aakash can only show the right path and provide the necessary guidance to a student. Aakash believes that for success in an examination 80% credit goes to a student and 10% credit goes to the mentors and the parents individually. Aakash can only encourage a student to work hard, provide him with the best quality of guidance and study materials and inculcate a sense of discipline in him, the rest lies with a student, whether he wants to succeed or not.
Ans.These exams help a student gauge his performance on an all India level. Qualifying in such a competitive exam definitely gives a student some brownie points on his resume. These exams boost a student’s confidence and catapult him into the league of achievers. Qualifying in such an exam is a symbol of excellence in education. So a student must give these exams his best shot.
Ans. The various programs carried out under the ‘Foundations’ banner try to develop the reasoning and analytical skills of students that come handy when they go for higher level competitive exams like JEE, NEET and AIIMS etc. These programs help to invoke the thinking process of a child by making him understand the concepts from the basics. As the name suggests, the ‘Foundations’ course program establishes the ‘foundations’ of a student’s academic career which help him to succeed in all his future endeavors.
Ans. The eligibility varies from course to course. For,
Ans. The fee structure at Aakash is justified according to the quality of coaching provided. The details of the fee program are given in the subsequent sections.
Ans. Olympiads are organized at two levels:
Level 1 is a Science Olympiad and Mathematics Olympiad that is organized by the SOF in the respective schools of the participants during school hours.
Level 2 is conducted across India and abroad and is organized in more than 120 centres.
The centres of exams are the Kendriya Vidyalayas and the exams are conducted in the month of February.
The top 500 students along with the school topper award winners of level 1 qualify for level 2 exams. Students from classes 1st to 12th are eligible for this exam. Registration forms are made available at schools and a nominal participation fee is charged from each student.
Ans. To gauge a student’s potential many exams are conducted at national and state levels. The notable exams are: NTSE - This exam identifies talented students and nurtures them. Scholarships are also awarded to the qualifiers.
KVPY - The Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) entrance exam searches for the scientific temper among young students.
Mathematics and Science Olympiads - These gauges a student’s performance in Mathematics and Science at an all India level.
JSTS - The Junior Science Talent Search Examination (JSTS) is conducted separately in each state (union territories too) of India by the respective state education departments only through schools, not individually.
These exams are symbolic of merit and achievement and every student must try to qualify in these.
Ans. As per regulations framed under the Indian Medical Council Act-1956 as amended in 2018 and the Dentists Act-1948 as amended in 2018, admissions in 100% seats of MBBS/BDS will be done through NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY CUM ENTRANCE TEST (UG) – 2018 (NEET-UG, 2018) in Medical/Dental Colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India except for the institutions established through an Act of Parliament i.e. AIIMS and JIPMER Puducherry.
Ans. The responsibility of CBSE is limited to the conduct of the entrance test, declaration of result and providing All India Rank to the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India for counselling of 15% All India Quota Seats, Deemed Universities/Central Universities/Seats of ESIC & AFMC including BHU & AMU and providing the result to the State Counselling Authorities and Admitting Institutions.
Ans. NEET-UG, 2018 will be conducted on 6th May, 2018 (Sunday).
Ans. Please go through the Chapter 3 of the Information Bulletin for complete details.
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The Higher/Senior Secondary Examination or the Indian School Certificate Examination which is equivalent to 10+2 Higher/Senior Secondary Examination after a period of 12 years study, the last two years of such study comprising of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology (which shall include practical tests in these subjects) and Mathematics or any other elective subject with English at a level not less than the core course for English as prescribed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training after introduction of the 10+2+3 educational structure as recommended by the National Committee on Education.
Provided that 2 year of regular and continuous study of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology taking together shall be required at 10+2 level for all the candidates. Candidates who have passed 10+2 from Open Schools or as private candidate shall not be eligible to appear for NEET (UG). Furthermore, study of Biology/Bio-technology as an additional subject at 10+2 level also shall not permissible.
NOTE: where the course content is not as prescribed for 10+2 education structure of the National Committee, the candidates will have to undergo a period of one year pre - professional training before admission to the Medical Colleges.
Ans. In respect of the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes or Other Backward Classes, the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-technology taken together in qualifying examination shall be 40% marks instead of 50% marks prescribed for General category Candidates.
Ans. In respect of candidates with Bench Mark Disabilities specified under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016, the minimum marks shall be 45% instead of 50% for General category candidates and 40% for SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH candidates.
Ans. The minimum qualification for appearing in NEET-UG, 2018 for candidates of Foreign Nationals are same as for Indians.
Further that the students educated abroad seeking admission into medical colleges in India must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and English up to the 12th standard level with 50% marks and their equivalency determined as per regulations of the Medical Council of India and the concerned University.
Ans. He/she has completed age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st December of the year of his/her admission to the 1styear MBBS/BDS Course.
The upper age limit for NEET (UG) is 25 years as on the date of examination with relaxation of 5 years for the candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC category and persons entitled for reservation under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016.
Ans. As required under PWD Act and refer to Appendix XIV of Information Bulletin.
Ans. Yes. The Government of Andhra Pradesh & Telangana vide their letter no.13021/C1/2016 dated 06.11.2017 & letter no.7072/C1/2017 dated 07.11.2017 respectively have informed that Government of Andhra Pradesh and Government of Telangana have decided to join and contribute to the All India Quota seats. Accordingly, the candidates of these States have also become eligible for 15% All India Quota seats (As per letter No. F.No. V.26012/05.2017-MEP/MEC dated 10.01.2018, Directorate General Health Services, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India)
Ans. Candidates qualifying NEET would be eligible for All India Quota and other quotas under the State Governments/Institutes, irrespective of the medium in which the examination is taken by a candidate, subject to other eligibility criteria.
Ans. There is no cap for number of attempts.
(As per letter no. U.12023/16/2010-ME-II dated 06/12/2017 of MoH & FW)
Ans. No. Admissions in 100% MBBS/BDS seats will be done through the NEET-UG only.
Ans. NEET-UG, 2018 will be conducted in the following languages:
Ans. No. Allotment of medium of language would be State-specific.
If any candidate is opting vernacular language as medium of question paper, he will be allotted centre only in respective States of particular vernacular language. In the present case, examination centre could be only in Assam.
Ans. No. Kannada medium can be available only in the Centre cities located in Karnataka.
Ans. Candidates opting for English would be provided Test Booklet in English only.
Ans. Candidates opting for Hindi would be provided Bilingual Test Booklet i.e. in Hindi and in English. In case of any ambiguity in translation of any of the questions, its English version shall be treated as final.
Ans. Candidates opting for regional languages would be provided Bilingual Test Booklet i.e. in selected language and in English. In case of any ambiguity in translation of any of the questions, its English version shall be treated as final.
Ans. Option once exercised, cannot be changed after submission of application form. As centres will be allotted based on medium of question paper, candidates need to be very careful in choosing of medium of question paper.
Ans. No. NEET-UG-2018 will be having objective type.
The Entrance Test shall consist of one paper in all languages containing 180 objective type questions (four options with single correct answer) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) to be answered on the specially designed machine-gradable sheet using Ball Point Pen provided by CBSE at examination centre only.
Ans. No. There is no change in the Syllabus of NEET-UG, 2018.
Ans. NEET-UG, 2018 will be an offline pen and paper test.
Ans. The Question Papers for the test shall be based on a Common Syllabus notified by the Medical Council of India and implemented in the year 2013 which is at Appendix-I of the Information Bulletin of NEET-UG, 2018 available on the website www.cbseneet.nic.in.
Ans. The NEET-UG 2018 shall consist of one paper in all languages containing 180 objective type questions (four options with single correct answer) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) to be answered on the specially designed machine-gradable sheet using Ball Point Pen provided by CBSE at examination centre only.
Ans. The duration of NEET-UG 2018 will be 03 hours from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. However, no entry will be allowed after 9.30 a.m.
Ans. A list of examination centre cities is provided at Appendix-II in the Information Bulletin of NEET-UG 2018.
Ans. Yes. Board reserves its discretion to fix the centre in other city than that of options exercised by the candidate.
Ans. They can choose any three cities as given in Appendix-II.
Ans. Candidates are advised to select the centre city in their State of residence or in neighboring city only.
Ans. No. Candidate need to choose the city from the concerned State only.
Ans. No. Centre allocation is made through computer with no human intervention.
Ans. In no case, centre city can be changed.
Ans. Application form for NEET-UG can be submitted only online through website www.cbseneet.nic.in. Details are available under Chapter-4 “Mode of submission of Application Form and fee details” as provided in the Information Bulletin of NEET-UG 2018. Keep the correct details ready before submission of form after carefully reading of Information Bulletin.
Ans. Yes. For submission of application form only. Details are given in Chapter-12 of Information Bulletin.
Ans. The examination fee for NEET-UG 2018 can be remitted in the following manner:
For details, please refer to Chapter-4 of Information Bulletin.
Ans. Candidates can approach the concerned Banks on contact numbers which are available on the website of the NEET-UG, 2018.
Ans. No. Once the online application form is submitted successfully by the candidate, it cannot be withdrawn. Claims for refund of application fee will not be entertained under any circumstances.
Ans. The candidates are NOT REQUIRED TO SEND the print out of the Confirmation Page or any document (s) to the NEET-UG Unit, CBSE.
Ans. Candidates are requested to read the Information Bulletin carefully before submission of application. They should keep the entire information ready as per Replica of NEET-UG, 2018. An opportunity after a week of last date will be given to the candidates for such corrections, if any. No correction will be allowed thereafter. All the information (especially in category) which is filled on the date of submission of form will be considered valid and no change is allowed later.
Ans. No. As per the amendment in Graduate Medical Education Regulations, Candidates who have passed 10+2 from NIOS or State Open School or as private candidate shall not be eligible to appear for NEET (UG). Furthermore, study of Biology/Bio-technology as an additional subject at 10+2 level also shall not be permissible.
Ans. Mathematics is not required for NEET-UG, 2018.
Ans.Yes, subject to fulfillment of minimum age as per the guidelines.
Ans. The application forms are available online only. A candidate can apply by logging into website www.cbseneet.nic.in. Forms are not available in any bank or institution.
Ans. No, the candidates are NOT REQUIRED TO SEND the the Confirmation Page of the online application form or any document (s) to NEET-UG Unit.
Ans. Yes. Indian Nationals and Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) are Eligible for appearing in the NEET-UG, 2018 and also eligible for seats under 15% All India Quota. Eligibility of OCI candidates for admission under seats in the control of States/Universities/Institutions shall be ascertained before applying for NEET-UG, 2018.
Ans. It is as per State Reservation Policy.
Ans. 1. 15% seats are reserved for SC candidates,
2. 7.5% seats are reserved for ST candidates,
3. 27% seats as per Central Act are reserved for non-creamy layer OBC candidates only in Central Educational Institutions. Reservation would be applicable to the castes mentioned in the Central list of OBC. Thus, the candidates falling in this list may mention OBC-NCL in the Category Column in application form. Candidates from creamy layer and those who do not come under Central List of OBC are advised to mention their category as Unreserved (UR).
4. 5% seats are reserved for the candidates with Bench Marked Disabilities in accordance with the provisions of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016
Ans. The Central Board of Secondary Education will prepare an All India Merit List of successful candidates of NEET (UG) – 2018 on the basis of the eligibility criteria provided by the Medical Council of India and Dental Council of India as given in Graduate Medical Education Regulations-1997 issued under Indian Medical Council Act-1956 and BDS Course Regulations, 2007 under the Dentists Act, 1948.
In order to be eligible for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses for a particular academic year, it shall be necessary for a candidate to obtain minimum of marks at 50th percentile in National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test to MBBS/BDS Courses held for the said academic year and in respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, the minimum marks shall be at 40thpercentile. In respect of the candidates with Bench Marked Disabilities specified under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016, the minimum marks shall be at 45thpercentile for General category candidates and 40thpercentile for SC/ST/OBC candidates. The percentile shall be determined on the basis of highest marks secured in the All India common merit list in National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for admission to MBBS/BDS courses.
Please go through chapter 6 of the Information Bulletin for complete details.
Ans. CBSE will declare the result based on the qualifying criteria provided by Medical/Dental Council of India wherein All India Rank will be given to the candidates in percentile rank.
Ans. A percentile rank is the percentage of score that fall below a given score in a group.
Ans. States will prepare their own merit list based on All India Rank keeping in view the category of candidates.
Ans. Based on All India Rank and the reservation roster provided by DGHS, merit list for All India quota will be prepared.
Ans. Expected date is 5th June, 2018.
Ans. The Guidelines for NEET-UG, 2018 are available in the Information Bulletin of NEET-UG, 2018 which is available on the website www.cbseneet.nic.in.
Ans. 15% seats surrendered by Government Medical/Dental Colleges run as per the approval of MCI/DCI filled through the counseling conducted by DGHS is known as All India Quota seats.
Ans. Yes. Each correct answer will get 04 marks and for each incorrect response, 01 mark will be deducted from the total score.
Ans. The result of successful candidates of NEET-UG, 2018 is valid for the academic session 2018-19 only.
Ans. Yes. Details are available on website.
Ans. Online Application forms once submitted successfully cannot be cancelled/ withdrawn.
Ans. The candidate is required to bring following at the examination centre:-
• Admit Card along with passport size photograph affixed on it.
• One passport size photograph to be affixed on attendance sheet.
Candidates are advised not to bring any other item at the examination centres. There will not be any arrangement for safe keeping of any material at the centre. Neither CBSE nor centre will be responsible for any loss, delay etc.
Ans. No other article will be allowed at the examination centre. Hence, candidate should not carry any other things.
Ans. No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall/room before the test concludes.
Ans. Admit cards will not be sent to candidates. These will be uploaded on website. Candidates need to download the Admit Card from the website only.
Ans. The images of OMR Sheet and Responses captured by the machine will be displayed on the website www.cbseneet.nic.in. For exact date of hosting, candidates may remain in touch with website.
Ans. • Candidates will be given an opportunity through online mode to submit representation against the OMR grading on payment of Rs.1000/- per response challenged before declaration of result.
• Rs.1000/- per response will not be refunded to candidate even if his/her challenge is accepted by the Board as this being the processing fee.
Ans. Entry will be allowed from 7.30 A.M. However, no one is allowed to enter in the centre after 9.30 A.M.
Ans. It is considered that your Aadhaar details have not been uploaded to the main server of UIDAI. To complete the form, you may submit the Aadhaar Enrolment Number which is of 17 digits in place of Aadhaar Number. Further, in the window “Selection Identification Type” select Aadhaar Enrolment Number in place of Aadhaar Number.
Ans. Such problem occurs because of drop in connectivity from Banks’ server to the NIC server on which NEET website has been hosted. In such circumstances, Banks’ servers are sending the message to NIC server 2-3 times a day to ensure that the dropped communication cycle is completed. Once your payment communication is reaching to the NIC server, you will be able to generate the confirmation page. You are advised to wait for 24 hours if such problem has been faced by you.
Ans. In case of (a) & (b), you would be able to get the SMS and e-mail respectively for all communication sent to you by the CBSE from issuing the one time password to any other information. In case of (c), mistake committed by you cannot be rectified. Hence, candidates are advised to ensure correct e-mail ID and Mobile Number for registration on NEET website to get the information timely sent by the CBSE.
Ans. a) When option to correct category will be given by the CBSE, such candidates can correct their category from General Category to Reserved Category.
b) Such candidates will also correct their category as per details given (a) above. They also need to pay difference of fee to the CBSE through online process.
Ans. CBSE is collecting only following categories:
1. UR, 2. OBC, 3. SC, 4. ST
Such candidates will apply against the registration for counseling in their State. During registration, all desired information as per eligibility/reservation rules of the concerned State will be collected and accordingly merit list will be prepared by the State Admitting Authorities based on All India Rank issued by CBSE.
Ans. Such decisions need to be taken by the candidates themselves. However, it is clarified that such candidates can apply for counseling in both Uttar Pradesh and Delhi and during the counseling, his/her eligibility for the 85% Quota seats will be checked by the State Admitting Authorities and if he is found eligible, he will be given admission otherwise not.
Ans. Such decisions need to be taken by the candidates themselves. However, it is clarified that the candidate will apply for counseling in the concerned State by giving the Category applicable in the State. His eligibility for the 85% Quota seats will be checked by the State Admitting Authorities and if he is found eligible, he will be given admission against reserved category otherwise not.
Ans. As per the order of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, number of attempts has been removed.
Ans. If your daughter is found eligible by the State Authorities for the XX% secured seats for Uttarakhandi girls in MBBS then they can give the admission otherwise not. It is advised to first confirm their eligibility from the State Government and then you submit your application accordingly.
Ans. • In case of NRI, they are supposed to provide either Aadhaar Card No. or Passport No.
• In case of Foreigners/OCI, they are supposed to provide Passport No.
Ans. The details about barred items and dress code are mentioned in the chapter 11 of Information Bulletin of NEET-UG, 2018.
Further, If candidate is wearing customary dress he/she need to report at the allotted examination centre latest by 8.30 AM on the day of examination