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Over 11.5 lakh students appeared for the All India Engineering Entrance examination (AIEEE) today. While the paper was considered easy, physics and mathematics paper was considered difficult by students. Pritika Ghura speaks to Pramod Maheshwari, Director and CEO of Career Point Infosystems Ltd, about the pattern of the paper and the reaction of students to
Q1.) Are you satisfied with the All India Engineering Entrance Exam which was held today? Were there any changes in pattern of questions as compared to last year?
Ans) There is no change in
the pattern of question paper, and number of questions asked is
also same as compared to last year. However, I am not satisfied
with marks distribution among questions as few questions have been
allotted 8 marks which in my opinion is not fair in multiple choice
based competitive examination.
Q2) We saw many discrepancies in IIT-JEE paper this year. Was there any such discrepancy or any printing errors in AIEEE 2010?
Ans: No, as such no discrepancies have been noticed in AIEEE 2010 so far.
Q3) What is the general reaction of students who took the exam today? Did they find it difficult to crack?
students found Physics slightly tougher than last year, but
Chemistry was above average and
Maths was tough like last year.
Q4) Sir, on the basis of the papers can you predict the cut offs for different subjects?
Ans: Last year the cut-offs for NITs was about 54-55%. This year we expect it will be lower than this. We will be able to give cut-offs more accurately once we interact with our students.
Q5) Over 11.5 lakh students will be appearing for the exam. What is it that extra thing in a student which etermines that he will score a good rank? Also, do you think the current selection process is fool-proof or does it have any flaws? How can it be improved?
Ans: I think, a specific preparation focusing only on AIEEE can give you an edge over your peer group. Many students think that if they prepare for IIT-JEE, then they will also get prepared for AIEEE. But as there are large number of students now who just prepare exclusively for AIEEE and hence are better prepared as compared to other who are also preparing for IIT-JEE.
Q6) Do you think coaching institutes have mastered the art of preparing the students to crack the AIEEE exam?
Ans: The coaching institutes may have not mastered the art of preparing students to crack the exam, but have aced the art of imparting education in an effective manner which is required to crack AIEEE. Ultimately, the coaching institutes are providing education.
Q7) A committee comprising of IIT directors have proposed a single national-level entrance examination for Engineering in India and giving more weightage to class XII exams. Your comments?
Ans: Single national-level entrance will be good for students and parents. However, I think the idea of giving weightage to class XII marks is rubbish as XII examination focuses on testing student's memory and not skills. Also different boards have different difficulty level and even with standardization, you cannot do justice with all. I firmly believe that the government should develop a mechanism which is fair to all aspirants.
Q8) Sir, would you like to say something to our surfers who aspire to make it to top engineering colleges one day?
Ans: Believe in yourself. Selection in IIT-JEE/AIEEE is just one event of life and you have to win many such battles to become successful. I wish you all success and happiness in life.
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