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AIEEE Solutions 2010 Learnhub Brings AIEEE Solutions in associations with two of India's leading Coaching institutes Aakash and Career Point Detailed Solution and Analysis Download Aakash AIEEE Sol...
From predicting AIEEE 2011 cut offs to discussing paper's pattern, from the students' reactions to the furore created after the paper got leaked, Pramod Maheshwari, Director and CEO of Career Point Infosystems Ltd talks to Pritika Ghura about AIEEE 2011..
Learnhub: Are you satisfied with the All India Engineering Entrance Exam that was held today? Were there any changes in pattern of questions as compared to last year?
Career Point:The exam was average if we compare it to the last year. However, the major issue was leakage of question paper which created a big confusion among students. The pattern of today's paper was more or less the same as it was last year except the change in slight sequence of subjects. Today, it was Physics, Maths and Chemistry in sequence and last year it was Physics, Chemistry and Maths.
Learnhub: What is the general reaction of students who took the exam today? Did they find it difficult to crack?
Career Point: It was an easy paper for the students who prepared systematically & seriously for AIEEE. However, there were few questions asked in the paper that were exclusively from AIEEE syllabus, and it would have been difficult for the group of students who had prepared for IIT-JEE only as these topics are not in IIT-JEE syllabus. Overall it was a good paper.
Learnhub: Were there any printing errors or
discrepancies in AIEEE 2011?
Career Point: There were no errors noticed this year. However, there was some confusion in the information of Maths questions.
Learnhub: Sir, on the basis of the exam can you
predict the overall and subject-wise cut offs?
Career Point: It will be too early to declare or predict the individual cut-off. However, if a student scores around 55% in todayâ€™s exam then I expect they he/she will get a seat in NITs
Learnhub: This year the AIEEE exam was also held in the online format. However, only 4,904 students registered for it. What is the reason behind this lukewarm response?
Career Point: I think students of class 12th are not mature to take examination online. If we go by a rough estimation then we found that around 60% students are either from semi-urban or rural areas, who are not comfortable even with computers.
Learnhub: What is the minimum number of questions that a student needs to attempt to get an All India rank under 10,000?
Career Point: As I stated already, it is difficult to predict as of now. But historically if anybody is able to secure marks more than 55% then chances of getting rank under 10,000 is very bright.
Learnhub: What is the minimum All India rank that one can expect to get admission in top engineering colleges like NITs?
Career Point: If we go rank wise than to seal a seat in NITs, student must get a rank under 20,000.
Learnhub: Any last message which you would like to give to those students who have failed to do well in AIEEE? What should be their plan of action now?
Career Point: After AIEEE, such student should focus on other state level pre-engineering examinations. In case they which to prepare again then should start preparation without delay to take time advantage for next year.
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