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தமிழகத்தில் பிளஸ் டூ தேர்வு முடிகள் மே 9-ல் வெளியிடப்படுகிறது என்று தேர்வுத்துறை அறிவித்துள்ளது. மார்ச் 25-ம் தேதியுடன் முடிவடைந்த பிளஸ் டூ தேர்வை 8 லட்சம் மாணவ, மாணவியர் எழுதினர்.
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Election Commission of India has published the schedule for General Elections 2014. The examinations of the Board in the subjects for the Senior School Certificate (SSC) Class XII Examination, 2014 have been postponed and will be now held on the revised dates indicated against the subject.
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Anna University has announced the Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Text (TANCET) for admission to MBA, MCA, ME, M. Tech, M. Arch, M. Plan. Degree programmes for the years 2014 – 2015.
Date of Entrance Examination
Date and Time
ME / M. Tech / M. Arch / M. Plan
Candidates may check their application status in below link
Date of examination: from 22.03.2014 to 23.03.2014
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Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) has noticed the recruitment for post of Draughtsman, Grade-III on or before 20.03.2014.
Name of post: Draughtsman, Grade-III
Number of post: 05 post
Candidates age limit should be between 18 years to 35 years for the SCs, SC(A)s, STs, MBCs/DCs, BCs, BCMs and DWs category candidates. The age should be 18 years to 30 years for “others” category candidates as on 01.07.2014.
Candidates are required to pay the examination fee 150/- through Bank or Post Office or Fee Processing Agency.
How to apply
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Last Date for Online Application Submission: 20.03.2014
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Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) has noticed the date of Combined Civil Services Examination-II on 18.05.2014.
Three successive stages in selection process
- Preliminary Examination
- Main Written Examination
- Oral Test
How to apply
- Candidates should apply only through online in the official website www.tnpsc.gov.in or www.tnpscexams.net
- Click “Apply Online” to open up the On-Line Application Form then select the name of the post or service for which you wish to apply.
Online Application form available in below link
For more Information visit the below link
Date of notification 06.02.2014
Last date of application submission 05.03.2014
Date of examination 18.05.2014
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Exams are a necessary and stressful part of study.
Since they are so important, you need to study in ways that get the best results. For the following steps is very help to study for exams.
Create a timetable. Budget your time wisely to ensure that you cover all the topics covered in the exam. Remember to take regular breaks and get out and exercise.
Rewrite your notes to aid memory. Rewriting your notes is great if you’re a kinesthetic learner. Mind mapping is the most effective way of doing this. Also, when you re-write something, you will probably think about what you are writing, what it’s about, and why you wrote it down. Most importantly, it refreshes your memory. If you took notes a month ago and just found out that those notes will be relevant in your exam, rewriting them will remind you of them when you need it for your exam.
Find the right hours. Don’t study when you’re really tired. It’s better to get a good night’s sleep after studying for a short time, than to push on at two in the morning. You won’t remember much and you’re likely to see a performance drop the next day.
Don’t cram. Cramming the night before is proven to be ineffective, because you’re taking in so much information at once that it’s impossible to memorize it at all — in fact, you’ll hardly retain anything. I know it’s been preached to you many times before, but it’s true: Studying before and going over it multiple times really is the best way to learn the material. This is especially true with things like history and theoretical subjects.
Different subjects call for different studying. If it’s math you’re studying for, work on the problems. Don’t just read over it like you would for a history class, because you can actually do math, but you can seldom do history. Working problems out will help burn them into your mind, and remember: if you can’t solve the problem before the exam, you won’t be able to solve it on the exam either. For subjects based on calculations, it is important to do questions because this is essentially how you are going to be tested.
If you are studying for a more social subject, re-read your notes, or re-write them! Make sure you know what you’re talking about(rather than just memorizing your notes)!
- Don’t simply copy your notes over and over again. This tends to lean towards memorizing the exact wording of your notes instead of the actual concepts. Instead, read and think about the contents of your notes (such as think of examples), and then re-word them.
Choose good surroundings. How do you study best? In your PJ’s and your favorite t-shirt? With music or without? In your room or outside? You probably won’t be able to study effectively with distractions like family members and outside noises. Some strategies for managing your surroundings include:
Make sure you are studying in a clean, quiet and orderly room. This may necessitate leaving your house. Public libraries are usually a good option. Be aware that food is likely not allowed and you will be expected to keep the silence.
Studying in a dark room is not recommended. Add lamps at night, or in the daytime, open the window coverings(open the window a little, too). People tend to study and focus better in a brighter, oxygenated room with little noise.
Turn the TV off, more often than not. Some people like to have the TV on quietly in the background. This can cut both ways in that it can distract you from time to time, but also can help you to continue studying. It may be beneficial to begin studying with the TV on in the background, and then turning it off once you’re under way. The combination of visual and audio stimuli will likely reduce your studying performance, as it makes it more difficult for your brain to prioritize information acquisition (rapidly swapping attention between studying and watching TV).
Music’s effect on memory performance varies between individuals. Some studies have found music to aid the memory performance of individuals with ADD/ADHD, while reducing it in individuals without the disorder. Music can be motivating (making studying more enjoyable) while still detracting from memory performance. You must determine whether you’re better off with or without it. If you cannot bring yourself to study without music, it may be worth the minor negative effect it can have on memory.
Take breaks. You need some time to have fun and it is better to revise when you are feeling relaxed than to exhaust yourself studying all day! The only caveat is, you need to avoid procrastination.
- If you have trouble bringing yourself to study, instead of long uninterrupted sessions, chunk your work into 20 minute periods, taking a 10-minute break at the end of every period. You can vary this time to your comfort (i.e 45 minute periods with 20 minute breaks), though try to keep the ratio of more work over break time. Make sure that you structure the chunks logically so that you’re not breaking up concepts across chunks, as this may make it more difficult to remember concepts in their entirety.
Plan ahead. Always create a plan before you start studying. Remember that this plan has to be achievable. If 3 out of 5 lessons are easy and can be finished fast, finish them first, so you can spend quality time on the difficult lessons without fretting. Small tricks like these will help you complete your portions quickly.
Review your notes. When you are finished studying one page of your notes, before you move on to the next page, ask yourself questions relating to the material on that page to see if you have remembered what you just studied. It also helps to say the answers to your questions out loud as if you were trying to explain it to someone else.
- Ask yourself: What is my teacher most likely to ask on the exam? What materials should I focus on to give myself the best chance of knowing what I need to know? What trick questions or wrinkles could my teacher introduce that might throw me for a loop?
Ask for help. If you need help, ask someone who is good at these subjects. Friends, family, teachers are all good options. If you don’t understand what the person helping you is communicating, don’t be afraid to ask them to elaborate.
Be prepared on the big day. On the day of your exam, look at your notes before the exam so that the information is still fresh in your head.
- Get plenty of rest the night before. Children in elementary school require on average 10-11 hours of sleep for optimal performance, while adolescents in high school require between 8-10 hours of sleep on average. Poor sleep has been found to accumulate (referred to as “Sleep debt”); in order to make up for prolonged poor sleep habits, several weeks of daily optimal sleep may be required to return to optimal performance.
Eat a balanced breakfast full of lean protein, vegetables, omega-3 fatty acids, and antioxidants. A sample breakfast might include a spinach omelet with smoked salmon, whole wheat toast, and a banana.
Get to the exam room with time to spare. Give yourself at least five or 10 minutes to gather your thoughts before starting the exam. That means being in the exam room five to 10 minutes before the exam starts.
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CBSE Class 12 Date Sheet 2014
The date sheet for the Class XII Board Examination for the session 2013-14 has been declared by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). According to the date sheet, the examination will begin from Saturday, 1 March 2014. The first Class XII examination is English Elective (Subject Code: 001)/ English Core (Subject Code: 301)/ Functional English (Subject Code: 101), to be held on 1 March 2014.The last examination of Class XII board is on 17 April 2014.
The long anticipated date sheet for CBSE exam with all the essential details is listed below.
CBSE Board Class 12th Date Sheet 2014
|Day and Date||Time||Subject|
|Saturday,01st March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||ENGLISH ELECTIVE 001|
|FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH 101|
|ENGLISH CORE 301|
|Tuesday,04th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||HISTORY 027|
|Wednesday,05th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||PHYSICS 042|
|ELECTRICAL MACHINE 623|
|AC & REFRGTN-III 632|
|RADIO ENG.&AUD.SYS 635|
|M PROD TPT &M COOP 640|
|CLINICAL BIO-CHEM. 661|
|FUND OF NURSING II 663|
|TRAVEL TRADE MGMT 694|
|POULTRY PDTS& TECH 717|
|C HEALTH NURSING 731|
|Thursday,06th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||BUSINESS STUDIES 054|
|Saturday,08th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||POLITICAL SCIENCE 028|
|ENGG. GRAPHICS 046|
|FOOD SERV& HYGIENE 696|
|LAB MEDICINES 741|
|RETAIL OPERATIONS 743|
|TRVL & TOUR OPER. 756|
|Monday,10th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||DANCE-KATHAK 056|
|Tuesday,11th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||CHEMISTRY 043|
|HERITAGE CRAFTS 070|
|OFF. COMMUNICATION 606|
|CONS BEHV & PROTCN 615|
|MGMT OF BANK OFFCE 621|
|APPLIED PHYSICS 625|
|TV & VIDEO SYSTEMS 636|
|ELECTRICAL ENGG. 637|
|MILK & MILK PRODS. 639|
|VEGETABLE CULTURE 642|
|B THERAPY&HAIR DES 654|
|LAB MEDICINES 660|
|RADIATION PHYSICS 666|
|ADVANCE FOOD PREP 675|
|DESG & PAT MAKING 685|
|DYEING & PRINTING 688|
|FOOD PREPARATION 690|
|INDIA-TOURIST DEST 693|
|PRIN &PRA-LIFE INS 705|
|POULTRY NUTR & PHY 716|
|INT TO FINANCL MKT 723|
|H EDN & PUB HEALTH 728|
|FOOD& BEV C & CNTL 737|
|INTD TO HOSP. MGMT 757|
|Thursday,13th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||HINDI ELECTIVE 002|
|KNOW TRAD & PRAC. 073|
|BHASA MELAYU 199|
|HINDI CORE 302|
|Saturday,15th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||ELE.COST A/C & AUD 612|
|STORE ACCOUNTING 618|
|MECH. ENGINEERING 626|
|AUTO ENGINEERING 627|
|AC & REFRGTN-IV 633|
|YOGA ANATOMY &PHYS 656|
|MEAL PLNG & SERVIC 676|
|CLOTHING CONST 686|
|BASIC DESIGN 687|
|FOOD & BEV SERV. 692|
|TOUR MGMT & MP PLN 695|
|REFERENCE SERVICE 704|
|Thursday,20th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||MATHEMATICS 041|
|SECT PRAC & ACCNTG 605|
|CIVIL ENGINEERING 629|
|COSMETIC CHEMISTRY 655|
|OPHTHALMIC TECH. 659|
|MAT.&CHILD H.NURII 665|
|TEXTILE SCIENCE 684|
|BAKERY SCIENCE 697|
|TPT. SYSTEMS &MGMT 712|
|POULTRY DISE & CNT 718|
|FIRST AID &MEDCL C 730|
|HEALTH CENTRE MGMT 733|
|DIAGNOST RADIOLOGY 742|
|Saturday,22nd March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||INFORMATICS PRAC. 065|
|COMPUTER SCIENCE 083|
|Monday,24th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||PHYSICAL EDUCATION 048|
|Wednesday,26th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||ECONOMICS 030|
|ELECT APPLIANCES 624|
|ESTB & MGMT OF FSU 677|
|Friday,28th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||MULTIMEDIA & WEB T 067|
|TYPOGRAPHY &CA ENG 607|
|TYPOGRAPHY &CA HIN 609|
|LENDING OPERATIONS 620|
|AUTOSHOP REP& PRAC 628|
|FOOD PRODUCTION IV 735|
|Saturday,29th March, 2014||10:30:00 AM||GEOGRAPHY 029|
|I T SYSTEM 699|
|Tuesday,01st April, 2014||10:30:00 AM||ACCOUNTANCY 055|
|Wednesday,02nd April, 2014||10:30:00 AM||FASHION STUDIES 053|
|MASS MEDIA STUDIES 072|
|SHORTHAND ENGLISH 608|
|SHORTHAND HINDI 610|
|ENGINEERING SCI. 622|
|ELN.DEV.& CIRCUITS 634|
|DAIRY PLANT INSTRU 641|
|Thursday,03rd April, 2014||10:30:00 AM||SANSKRIT ELECTIVE 022|
|SANSKRIT CORE 322|
|BUSINESS DATA PROC 700|
|EVOL & FORMS M M 738|
|Friday,04th April, 2014||10:30:00 AM||PUNJABI 104|
|FOOD PRODUCTIONIII 734|
|Wednesday,09th April, 2014||10:30:00 AM||URDU ELECTIVE 003|
|MUSIC CAR.VOCAL 031|
|MUSIC CAR.INS.MEL. 032|
|MUSIC CAR.INS.PER. 033|
|MUSIC HIND.VOCAL 034|
|MUSIC HIND.INS.MEL 035|
|MUSIC HIND.INS.PER 036|
|URDU CORE 303|
|Thursday,10th April, 2014||10:30:00 AM||SOCIOLOGY 039|
|GRAPHIC DESIGN 071|
|DTP CAD & MULTIMED 701|
|B P O SKILLS 724|
|Friday,11th April, 2014||10:30:00 AM||HOME SCIENCE 064|
|Saturday,12th April, 2014||10:30:00 AM||PHILOSOPHY 040|
|OFFCE PROC.& PRAC. 604|
|CASH MGMT & H-KEEP 619|
|POST HARV TECH&PRS 644|
|COMM. HEALTH NURII 664|
|LIB. ADMN & MGMT. 702|
|COMPUTER& LIFE I A 706|
|B CONCEPT-H &MED T 729|
|FOOD SERVICES II 736|
|GEOSPATIAL TECH 740|
|Wednesday,16th April, 2014||10:30:00 AM||PSYCHOLOGY 037|
|FINANCIAL ACCNTG 611|
|Thursday,17th April, 2014||10:30:00 AM||PAINTING 049|
|APP/COMMERCIAL ART 052|
|CR WRTNG TR STUDY 069|
For any change in schedule please refer to the reference site.
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Government and Government aided school, the student , the third term , 1.58 million textbooks printed , have been sent across the state , ” the MP stated that the textbook is the executive director of the academy .
His announcement : the first , between the 9th grade student , the student , third , seasonally printed textbooks , total. 89 lakh students studying in government and government- funded schools , to 1.58 million printed books , were sent across the state . These books , schools , work is underway to deliver .
Studying in private schools , 46 million students to admit , 81.53 lakh printed books , across the state , 22 are transmitted totextbook . The last , on February 26 , private schools , books are being sold .
Book sale , if you want to express an opinion , firstname.lastname@example.org the e – mail address in the comment . Thus , the MP would informed
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