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What is NEET 2020? And What is Chapter Wise Weightage?

This All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) is a test that is conducted by NTA for aspirants to join MBBS and BDS programs from different parts of India

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A good guide by experts is all you need to ace in any examination and Vedantu NEET UG training will help you with precise information on all the learning aspects. Pixabay

When you are attempting an important exam, the first thing to do is study hard for it. Board exams are the toughest to crack and also these exams are very critical. Just like that the National Eligibility Entrance Test or NEET is one of the most important exams in the nation. This All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) is a test that is conducted by NTA for aspirants to join MBBS and BDS programs from different parts of India.

How to be eligible for NEET exams:-

Now, that you know the purpose of this exam, let’s get onto the topic of how to be eligible for the exam. The main thing a candidate must have is the knowledge of the science stream- Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology. The aspirants should have these subjects as their compulsory subject in class 10th and 12th. The passing marks need to be shown in the counseling round and marks in Mathematics are not needed in the NEET-Undergraduate examination (NEET UG). There is also another exam for the postgraduate who wants to pursue their career in the medical field, this exam is called NEET-PG. This is a single entrance and ranking exam for the admission to PG diploma courses and various MD/MS courses.

This exam is an online method and in 11 different languages. These languages are- Hindi, English, Bengali, Urdu, Marathi, Tamil, Odia, Telugu, Kannada and Assamese. There will be 180 questions and the candidate will have a duration of 3 hours. There will be three sections in this exam- Physics, Chemistry, and Biology (Botany and Zoology)

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NEET Chapter Wise Weightage:-

Physics

This is the most feared section by all NEET aspirants. Laws of motion, Rigid Body and System of Particle, Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism, Current Electricity, Thermodynamics, etc. are the most important chapters of this section. If you are an aspirant of NEET then you should spend more time on these chapters as suggested by the experts. There will also be numerical based questions that hold good marks in Physics, so try to get prepared for that also.

Chemistry

This is idly the easiest paper in the whole exam, said by the toppers. Just like Physics, this section has 45 questions. This section has three equal weightage in the three-chapter- physical, inorganic and organic. So, you will have to pay attention to each of these chapters equally.

Biology

After Physics, this section is the most important part because of the huge question percentage of the whole NEET exam. Biology holds 50% of the NEET questions (90 questions) and thus this section should not be taken lightly. Because each of the chapters of this section is important that is why candidates need to create a time table for this chapter especially so they can distribute their time in the vast Chemistry syllabus.

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When you are attempting an important exam, the first thing to do is study hard for it. Pixabay

The best way to crack NEET

As you can see the weightage of each chapter is quite critical and in order to ace their exam, students must manage a good study time. A study time that can offer each of the subjects with equal focus and also gives them time to revise all the chapters before the exam.

Exam Pattern: If the candidate knows the question pattern then they are halfway there to crack this difficult exam of their lives. As said above there will be 45 questions in each section and you will be given 3 hours duration to solve them. Apart from that, you would get MCQs with 4 marks, and for each wrong answer, there will be a deduction of 1 mark.

Online Solutions: A good guide by experts is all you need to ace in any examination and Vedantu NEET UG training will help you with precise information on all the learning aspects. Solving previous year question papers and attempting sample papers will make you ready for the exam. Apart from online solutions, NCERT books are essential for NEET participants because approximately 75 percent of the questions in NEET come from these books and many toppers mentioned in the interviews about the same

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Even though these two tips are enough for you but here are some other tips to follow other studying NEET – 

  • Creating a good time table

  • Prepare notes

  • Take breaks between study

  • Take good care of your health

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Google Fellowship Initiative for Journalism Students Opens Applications

Google fellowship in journalism aims to support students of colour

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The Google News Initiative Student Fellowship initiative has opened applications for a 10-12 weeks paid programme for students aspiring to build a career in journalism. Pixabay

The Google News Initiative Student Fellowship initiative, aimed at developing and supporting students of colour who are interested in careers in journalism, has opened applications for a 10-12 weeks paid programme.

The selected fellows will be given a travel payment of $1,000, plus a stipend of $5,000 for the course of the programme which will run from roughly September to December, Google said on Monday, adding that applications close on August 1.

“All fellows, who will have the opportunity to work remotely, will be selected by nine host newsrooms: Eugene Weekly, Houston Press, Isthmus, al Día en America, La Noticia, Vida Newspaper, the Washington Informer, the Omaha Star and the NNPA Newsroom,” Ashley Alese Edwards, U.S. Partnerships Manager, News Lab at Google, wrote in a blog post.

“Fellows will have the opportunity to work on editorial, revenue, and technology projects at the host publications.”

The newsrooms in the US often do not reflect the diversity of the audiences they cover.

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The newsrooms in the US often do not reflect the diversity of the audiences they cover. Pixabay

A 2019 survey by the American Society of News Editors estimates that less than a quarter of newsroom employees identify themselves as a person of colour, compared to the US population, which is 24 per cent. The percentage is even smaller for newsroom leadership.

Google said its News Initiative Student Fellowship programme intends to address the barriers of access to early career opportunities many students of colour face, as well as support investigative journalism, technological innovation, and digital transformation in local newsrooms that serve diverse and underrepresented populations.

“Lack of internship and fellowship opportunities contributes to why many U.S. newsrooms don’t reflect the communities they cover,” Edwards said. (IANS)

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“Unfair Practices Smack The Elections For Herricks Board of Education”, Claims Candidate Bhajan Ratra

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the elections will now be conducted exclusively by absentee ballot via US Mail

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The Year 2020-21 School Budget Vote and its Board of Education Election is to be conducted on Tuesday, June 9th. Herricks.org

By Kashish Rai

The Herricks Board of Education is accredited by the New York State Board of Regents and the Middle School Association.

The Year 2020-21 School Budget Vote and its Board of Education Election is to be conducted on Tuesday, June 9th. Two seats in the board are being challenged. Henry R. Zanetti and James Gounaris are running for re-elections against challengers Bhajan S. Ratra and Tarantej S. Arora.

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the vote was postponed from its original date scheduled in May and it will now be conducted exclusively by absentee ballot via US Mail.

Challenger Bhajan S. Ratra is an adjunct professor of Mathematics at Baruch College and SUNY Farmingdale. He is a panel member on the content advisory and bias review committees of New York State Teaching Certification Examination and has served in the past on the standards setting committee for the NYS Regents exams. He claims that unfair practices and inappropriate approach is smacking the election for the board.

The preceding position holders- Zanetti and James Gounaris have violated the code of conduct by doing undesirable posts through social media.

In the below given screenshot it can be observed that they are instigating the audience to vote for them by posting a picture of the ballot having their names marked. They can also be seen getting criticized by a user questioning the “appropriateness” of the post.

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Screenshot of the facebook post by Gounaris tagging Henry Zanetti.

According to the rules, it is illegal to take selfies/ post the picture of the ballot during the time of election in New York. Zanetti and James were seen violating the rules, thus, Ratra claims that their candidature should be disqualified.

In the above added screenshot, it can also be seen that the incumbents have pointed out “yes” To the budget vote. This can be considered as an act of misleading the public regardless of prior audits. According to the rules, an incumbent can not urge the public to vote “yes”. This raises some very serious questions- Does the incumbent(s) has/have their personal interest in voting “Yes”?

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Screenshot of the discussion by the audience in comments on the Facebook post by Gounaris.

Mr. Ratra states that the reason for him contesting the election is because of his will to serve his community being an educator. As a member of the board of education he wants to use his experience to influence the decisions taken by the board that will help to move the Herricks School district from good to great. Bhajan aims to establish a transparent approach between students, families, Teachers and board members.

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Challenger Bhajan S. Ratra is an adjunct professor of Mathematics at Baruch College and SUNY Farmingdale. He is a panel member on the content advisory and bias review committees of New York State Teaching Certification Examination and has served in the past on the standards setting committee for the NYS Regents exams.

There were many issues emerging earlier in the board, among them which was an inordinate approach with the board’s budget. The NY State Auditors concluded that The Herricks school district consistently overspent its budget for custodians’ overtime pay — thousands of dollars in expenditures that in many cases may not have been necessary. Bhajan aims to focus on solving these very core issues, he says that he aims to take a stand but every time he tries, his voice gets dominated.

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This picture represents the headline of the news story published on newsday.com which highlights the plight of mismanagement in budget of the Herricks Board.

Despite these frustrations and pressures, Bhajan has refused to give up because his only aim is to establish a clean and fair approach. In his concludary words Bhajan told NewsGram- “It doesn’t matter if I win or lose, my only aim is to serve my community in any possible way, these frustrations and pressures doesn’t affect me as I continue to take stand for my role and responsibility as someone who wants to contribute to the society”.

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Now, it is to be think upon~ what best possible action would be taken as far as the code of conduct and the rules are concerned with due respect to the elections. Here position doesn’t matter, what matters is ethics and the truth.

 

 

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UAE-Based Indians expatriates Start Free Online Coaching For Kids

2 Dubai based best friends have started the '#PandemicCamp' to provide free online education for CBSE students

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2 UAE based expats have started taking free online classes of children who can't afford private tutors during the pandemic. Pixabay

Two United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based Indian expats started free online coaching for children who have dropped out of after-school private tuition because of the coronavirus pandemic, Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) news reported.

Simran Kanal and Mehak Lalchandani, who have been best-friends from their Dubai school days, were running their newly-founded ‘#PandemicCamp’ to provide free online coaching for CBSE students whose parents can no longer afford private tutors, reports Gulf News.

Pandemic Camp is offering free Zoom lessons in English, Maths and Hindi for grades one to five, taught by the two former CBSE students Kanal and Lalchandani, both 2014 alumni of The Millennium School in Dubai.

“We’re both very compassionate, both as students and as teachers. We came across parents who have had to withdraw their children from private tuition, so this camp is a way we wanted to give back to society,” said Kanal, a freelance journalist and writer who works for an online marketplace platform.

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Pandemic Camp is offering free Zoom lessons in English, Maths and Hindi for grades one to five. (Representative Image). Pixabay

Lalchandani, a finance degree holder, said: “Since we’re very familiar with the CBSE curriculum, that is why we chose CBSE and are catering to primary school grades.”

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She said the sudden switch to distance learning has not been easy for students, teachers and parents.

“In a classroom, you have 30 students and you have to personally go to a student and see what they’re doing in their book. But when you have 30 students online, then it’s very difficult for that one-on-one help,” Gulf news quoted Lalchandani as saying.

Kanal said compared to her school days, students today in grade four or five have “tremendous assignments” that often need close help by parents, who themselves have to learn new digital skills. (IANS)