Eligibility to appear in NEET-UG
Eligibility for appearing in NEET-UG is
(a) 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.
(b) The upper age limit for NEET is 25 years as on the date of examination with relaxation of 5 years for candidates belonging to OBC/SC/ST category.
The Age criteria for appearing in NEET (UG), 2017 is as follows:
For Candidates of Unreserved Category (UR) born on or between 08.05.1992 and 01.01.2001
For Candidates of SC/ST/OBC Category born on or between 08.05.1987 and 01.01.2001
(c) The number of attempts which a candidate can avail at NEET-UG examination shall be limited to 3 (three) uniformly to all the candidates. Appearance in NEET-2017 will be counted as first attempt.
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#STUDENTS COME FIRST
Teacher's are Guides
Learning needs an open atmosphere. We are teachers, motivator, friend and guardian. Student's all round performance is our core philosophy and we feel proud to assume that responsibility.
Each child is unique and have specific style of learning. In order to get the best out of them requires focused approach about their learning need. Initially taken in the same group, through different stages of evaluation [Reshuffling Tests] we segregate them into small groups. This process help them to keep pace to achieve the desired goal.
Workshops and Motivation Session
People need constant motivation to perform on continuous basis. To get the best out of a student their confidence level is required to be maintained throughout the duration of IIT JEE preparation. Thus as a support system we conduct workshops, doubt sessions, seminars and motivational lectures. This has proved to be a boon for IIT JEE aspirants.
Finding time for regular teacher/student conferences can be challenging, but is well worth the effort. Conferences are clearly focused on where the student is relative to the learning outcomes, as well as what the next steps could be, they can go a long way to improving student achievement.
After last reshuffling test fast learners are placed in a hostel dedicated for themselves. Our dedicated teachers are conducting highly effective and result oriented practice and learning sessions. Some of the silent features are listed here:
Inquiry and Problem Solving
Adaptive Curriculum’s inquiry-based approach encourages students to ask questions, explain reasoning and practice advanced level problems.
Self- and Peer Assessment
Students are required frequent and specific descriptive feedback to improve their work. Self and peer assessment increase the opportunities for students to receive descriptive feedback on their work, and have a number of added benefits: Students better understand the standards for quality work when they apply these standards themselves.They learn to be less dependent on the teacher for feedback and become better able to independently monitor the quality of their own work. They develop metacognitive skills and become more able to adjust what they are doing to improve the quality of their work. They broaden their own learning when they see how their peers approach a given task. A number of elements need to be in place for self- and peer assessment to be effective: Students require a clear picture of the learning outcomes and the criteria for quality work. Students require frequent opportunities to practise and refine their self- and peer assessment skills. Scheduling regular opportunities ensures that this essential part of the teaching-learning cycle does not get sidetracked by other priorities.
Communicating with Parents about Student Learning
We always keep updated the parents. When parents are well informed about learning outcomes and how their child is progressing in relation to them, they can be much more effective promoter. Some of the communication tools used by us:
- Phone Calls to Parents
- Monthly Progress
- Personal Letters to Parents
- Homework Assignments