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1.is it ok to drop for iseet or not?


2.what is its pattern.whether we have to give board exams again next year?

3 years ago

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Dear Rohan,


ISEET) Indian Science Engineering Eligibility Test


 


Indian Science Engineering Eligibility Test (ISEET): The Common Engineering Entrance Examination:


The Human Resource Development Ministry, Government of India is all set to go ahead with its plan to conduct a common engineering entrance examination from 2013, but the first nation-wide test may only cover technical institutions funded by the Centre.


IIT-JEE and AIEEE — for long the gateways to India’s top engineering colleges including the IITs and  NITs— is all set to be replaced by a brand new test to be called as ISEET -  Indian Science Engineering Eligibility Test. As reported by The Indian Express on January 31, the new exam modeled on lines of the international test - ‘SAT’ comes into force starting 2013. The introduction of this test is expected to help do away with multiple entrance examinations and thereby reduce the stress levels of students.


ISEET Exam Date (Indian Science Engineering Eligibility Test): 


The ISEET is going to be effective for admissions into the IITs and NITs for Admission year 2013 and therefore is expected to be conducted in either March or April 2013.


ISEET Test Pattern (Indian Science Engineering Eligibility Test):


ISEET will have two papers on the same day:


ISEET Main:



  • Duration of ISEET Main – 3 hours

  • Paper-Test Pattern of ISEET Main – Areas Tested at ISEET:

  • Reading Comprehension & Critical Thinking and Logical Reasoning

  • Weightage to ISEET Main: 30% minimum


ISEET Advance:



  • Duration of ISEET Advance3 hours.

  • Paper-Test Pattern of ISEET Main – Areas Tested at ISEET:

  • Problem Solving Ability in Basic Science Subjects

  • Weightage for ISEET Advance: 30% minimum

  • The two tests ISEET Main and ISEET Advance together will indicate a candidate’s scholastic level and aptitude for science and engineering.


 


The Selection Process from ISEET (Indian Science Engineering Eligibility Test):


A student’s performance in the Class 12 Board exam will be considered, with the weightage not less than 40 per cent of the total score. The combined weight for ISEET Main and ISEET Advance will not be more than 60 per cent; however, the weightage given to Board scores can go up to 100 per cent.


Each state government or institute will be able to decide the specific weightage it gives to Board, ISEET Main and ISEET Advance exam/test scores. A committee headed by Dr T Ramasami, secretary in the Department of Science & Technology, has demonstrated with the help of the Indian Statistical Institute that school scores across various Boards can be normalized through a statistical process.






















 Parameters for Selection thru ISEET



 Percentage weight at ISEET



Weigthage of Board Examination minimum



40%



Weightage of ISEET Main



30%



Weightage of ISEET Advance



30%



 


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