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Sirsa District of Haryana at a Glance

About Sirsa District :

The name of the district is derived from its headquarters Sirsa. It is said to be one of the oldest places of North India and its ancient name was Sairishaka, which finds mention in Mahabharata, Panini’s Ashatadhayayi and Divyavadan. In Mahabharata, Sairishaka is described as being taken by Nakula in his conquest of the western quarter. It must have been a flourishing city in the 5th century B.C. as it has been mentioned by Panini.

Location :

The district lies between 29 14 and 30 0 north latitude and 74 29 and 75 18 east longitudes, forming the extreme west corner of Haryana. It is bounded by the districts of Faridkot and Bathinda of Punjab in the north and north east, Ganga Nagar district of Rajasthan in the west and south and Hisar district in the east. Thus it touches the interstate boundaries on three sides and is connected with its own state only in the eastern side.

The terrain of Sirsa district may be broadly classified from north to south into three major types i.e. Haryana Plain, alluvial bed of Ghaggar or Nali and Sand dune tract. The characteristics of the three are briefly described below :

Haryana Plain – The Haryana Plain is a vast surface of flat to rolling terrain and extends southward to the northern boundary of the alluvial bed of the Ghaggar. It covers over 65 percent of the area of the District. The elevation of the surface from east to west varies from 190 to 210 meters above the mean sea level. The most diagnostic feature of the Haryana Plain is the presence of palaeo channels which set the occurrence of sand dunes in this terrain unit apart from those in the dune tract. The plain is traversed by numerous dune complexes and shifting sands.

Alluvial bed of Ghaggar – Nali : A clayey surface of almost flat, featureless plain bordered in the north and west by the Haryana Plain and in the south along the sound dune tract, is a manifestation of the misfit nature of the present day Ghaggar. Waterlogging is a serious problem in many parts of this flat surface of impervious clay of great thickness. At places, swamps support a high density of tall grass.

Sand dune tract – Third tract covers the southern most part of the district. The area is northward extension of the sand dunes of Hisar District and GangaNagar District of Rajasthan. The dunes are locally called tibbas. Tibbas around Ellenabad are 9 Meters high; Naugaza Tibba at the border of Rajasthan is 17 Meters high; Tikonta tibba is some 14 Meters high and one south of Shahpuria is 13 Meters high. All tibbas are broad based transverse ridges, some more than 3 Kilometers long without a break. Linear to complex ridges, short to fairly long but narrow at the crests, and generally 2 to 5 Meters high are also present throughout the sandy stretch of the land

At a Glance :

Total Area Sq.Km. 4277
Sub Divisions Number 3
Tehsils Number 4
Sub-Tehsils Number 2
Blocks Number 7
Cities Number 1
Towns Number 4
Villages Number 330
Village Panchayts Number 334
Population (As Per Census 2011 ) :
Total Population Number 1295189
Total Male Population Number 682582
Total Female Population Number 612607
Total No of Households Number 246571
Rural Population Number 975941
Urban Population Number 319248
Percentage of Urban Population Percentage 24.64%
Density Number 303 Per SquKms
Growth Rate(1991-2001) Percentage 15.99%
SC Population Number 387381
Sex Ratio F : M 897 : 1000
Literacy (As Per 2011 Census) :
Literate Persons (R) 6 Yr & Above (Rural) Number 559635
Literate Persons (U) 6 Yr & above (Urban) Number 223262
Total Literate Persons Number 782897
Literacy Rate Percentage 68.82
Literacy among Males Percentage 76.43%
Literacy aming Females Percentage 60.40%
Workers :
Cultivators Number 164297
Agricultural Labour Number 147042
Household Inds. Workers Number 11952
Other Workers Number 178712
Total Main Workers Number 399169
Marginal Workers Number 102834
Total Main & Marginal Workers Number 502003
Health :
Hospital/Dispensaries/Health Ctrs. / Subcentres (As per census 2011) Number 228
Med. Officers Number 83
Ayurvedics Unani Number 38
Maternity & Child Welfare Centers Number 72
No. of Sterlisation Cases  (2013-14) Number 4459
Availability of Potable Water in Villages Number 327
Birth & Death Registration Offices Number 18
Roads (2013-14) :
Metalled Km 2161
Unmetalled km 2
Villages Connected Number 327
Post Offices (2011 Census) :
Post Office Number 67
Sub Post Office Number 124
No. Of PO’s Per Lacs Population Number 22.46
Veterinary Facilities (2013-14) :
Very. Hospitals Number 59
Vety. Dispensary Number 172
Vety. Surgeon Number 55
Fisheries Development (2013-14) :
Area Stocked Hects. 1228
Total Production Tonns. 7096
Total Receipt Rs Lacs 1387775
Agriculture & Irrigation(2013-14) :
Average Annual  Rainfall Millimeter 262.5
Cultivable Area Hect(000) 404
Net Area Sown Hect(000) 396
Net Area Irrigated Hect(000) 369
Average size of Holding Hect 2.80
Food Grain Tonns.(000) 1687
Total Cotton Production Tonns.(000) 706
Fertilizer Cosumption Tonns. 21735
Pesticides Consumption Tonns. 360
Tractors Number 24243
Tube wells & Pump Sets Number 62902
Electrified Tubewells Number 44221
Co.Operative Societies number 1848
Banks (2013-14) :
Commericial Bank Number 78
Centeral Co-Operative Banks Number 1
Centeral Co-op Bank Branch Number 41
P.L.D. Banks Number 6
Regulated Market Number 6
Average No of Villages served Per Regulated Market Number 54
Deposits of Commercial Banks  Rs in Crores 3510
Credit of Commercial Banks Rs in Crores 4163
C.D. Ratio Ratio 118:61
Miscellaneous   (2013-14) :
Printing Press Number 43
Police Station/Pst number 28
Registered Factories Number 163
Working Factories Number 163
Income from Municipal Committes Rs in Lacs 2435
Expenditure Rs. in Lacs 2300
No. of Electors Thousand 739 (2011)
No. of Govt. Employees Number 15379 (As on 31/3/15)

Tourist Places :

 

Rohtak District of Haryana at a Glance

About Rohtak District :

The name of Haryana instantly conjures up the image of a State which astonishingly combines both-antiquity and plenty. The Vedic land of Haryana has been a cradle of Indian culture and civilization. Indian traditions regard this region as the matrix of creation of northern altar’ where Brahma performed the pristine sacrifice and created the universe. This theory of creation has been confirmed to a large extent by archaeological investigations carried out by Guy E. Pilgrim in 1915, who has established that 15 million years ago, early man lived in the Haryana Shivaliks. The Vamana Purana states that King Kuru ploughed the field of Kurukshetra with a golden ploughshare drawn by the Nandi of Lord Shiva and reclaimed an area of seven Kosas.

Replete with myths, legends and vedic references, Haryana’s past is steeped in glory. It was on this soil that saint Ved Vyas wrote Mahabharata. It was here, 5,000 long years ago that Lord Krishna preached the gospel of duty to Arjuna at the on set of the great battle of Mahabharata:”Your right is to do your duty and not to bother about the fruits (Outcome) thereof !” Since then, this philosophy of the supremacy of duty has become a beacon to succeeding generations.

The Mahabharata knows Haryana as the land of plentiful grains (Bahudhanyaka) and immense riches (Bahudhana). Before the Mahabharata war, a battle of ten kings took place in the Kurukshetra region. But it was the Mahabharata fought for the highest values of righteousness which gave to the region world-wide fame because of the profound and sophisticated thought expounded in the holy Bhagavadgita by Lord Krishna recited to the quivering Arjuna.
The region has been the scene of many a war because of its being ‘A Gateway to North India’. As years rolled by, successive streams of the Huns, the Turks and the Tughlaqs invaded India and decisive battles were fought on this land. At the end of the 14 century, Tamur led an army through this area to Delhi. Later, the Mughals defeated the Lodhis in the historic battle of Panipat in the year 1526. Another decisive battle was fought in the year 1556 at this very site, establishing the supremacy of the Mughals for centuries to come.

Towards the middle of the 18th century, the Marathas had established their sway over Haryana. The intrusion of Ahmed Shah Durrani into India, culminating Maratha ascendancy and the rapid decline of the Mughal empire, leading ultimately to the advent of the British rule.

Indeed, the history of Haryana is the saga of the struggle of a virile, righteous, forthright and proud people. From ancient times, the people of Haryana have borne the main brunt of invaders and foreign hordes with their known traits if bravery and valour. They have survived many an upheaval, upholding the traditional glory and greatness of the land to this day. The epoch-making events of yore, the martyrdom in the First War of Indian Independence in 1857, the great sacrifices in the freedom struggle, and the display of outstanding valour, unflinching courage, and heroism in recent years are all in keeping with the character of this land of action. Bold in spirit and action, the people of Haryana have formed a bulwark against forces of aggression and anti-nationalism.

Haryana has always remained a rendezvous for diverse races, cultures and faiths. It is on this soil that they met, fused and crystallized into something truly Indian. Hindu Saints and Sikh Gurus have traversed the land of Haryana spreading their message of universal love and brotherhood. Sihi in Faridabad, the birth place of great Hindi poet Surdas, is another nucleus of culture in Haryana while the legend of Lord Krishna is very evident in the lives of the people. The love for cattle and the abundance of milk in the diet of Haryanavis persists to this day which gave to the region world-wide fame.

Haryana emerged as a separate State in the federal galaxy of the Indian Republic on November 1,1966. With just 1.37% of the total geographical area and less than 2% of India’s population, Haryana has carved a place of distinction for itself during the past three decades. Whether it is agriculture or industry, canal irrigation or rural electrification, Haryana has marched towards modernity with leaps and bounds. Today, it enjoys the unique distinction in India of having provided electricity, metalled roads and potable drinking water to all its villages within record time. Haryana is among the most prosperous states in India, having one of the highest per-capita income in the country.

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 Tourist Places :

1. ROHTAK :

Rohtak city is the headquarter of Rohtak Tehsil and Distt. It is situated on Delhi Hisar N.H.10. The ruins of the ancient town at Khokrakot prove that perhaps the town is as old as Indus valley Civilization as the Minar finds at Khokhrakot are typical of Indus Valley sites. It is also Identified with Rohitika,mentioned in the Mahabharta. It was quite possibly the capital of Bahudhanyaka the kingdom of yaudheyas. In the vinaya of the Mulasarvasti-vadins, Jivaka is represented as taking journey from Taxila in the north west of Bhadramkara, Udumbasa, Rohitaka and Nathura in the Ganga Doab. The ancient highway carried the trade of the ganga valley to Taxila passing through Rohitika to Sakala. The existance of the town during the rule of Kushanas is testified by the recovery of Khushana Pillar Capital decorated with carving of winged lions and riders. The Pillar capital represents the sculplor’s excellence in his professional skill. An example of a lion capital of 1-2 century A.D., it resembles the lion capital in the British museum at London, famous for its inscriptions. The riders on it are similar to the riders on elephant at Karle cave and figures at Sanchi Gateway. It is a significant example of the sculptural art of Haryana towards the beginning of the Christian era. Clay mounds of coins discovered at Khokhrakot have thrown important light on the process of casting coins in ancient India. The coin moulds of the later Yadhyayas of the 3-4 century A.D. have been discovered in large number here of the same and subsequent dates are several cly sealings. A Gupta terraacota plague and a head of later date have also been discovered. The town continued to flourish till the 10th century A.D.as coins of samanta Deva, the Hindus King of kabul have been found here. At present, there is one University, one PGIMS, the institutes of prestige. The rewri of this town are famous.

2. ASTHAL BOHAR :

Asthal bohar is stuated 6-7 Km east of Rohtak city on Rohtak-Delhi N.H.10. the place is know for its math and ancient finds sculptured stone idols. According to a legend, Pooran Bhagat of Sialkot and disciple of Guru Gorakhnath, came hare and founded this nplace. after being neglected, the Math was revided in 1791 or so,when Baba Mast Nath came here. Now here are Ayurvedic Degree College, Free Hospital, Business Management Institute, Engineering College and other institutions being run by Math.

3. MEHAM :

Meham town is situated 30 km.west of Rohtak city on Rohtak Hisar N.H.No.10. Tradition assigns the settement of the town to Mahabharta period when it was a site of big fort. Later it was re-founded by Rai Ballu, a Power Rajput, before the reign of prithi Raj Chauhan. It is said to have been destroyed by Mohammad Gauri. But this place of antiquity is not historically recovered before the reign of Akbar, when he gave it in Jagir to Shahbaz Khan, an Afgan. later in the reign of Aurangzeb, it was santched from Afgans by the Rajputs Ancient monuments in the town includs a bain or baoli(well with steps leading to it) and two mosques i.e. jama Masjid and Pirzada Masjid. The baoli is having 101 steps and has suits of rooms neer the well. An inscription on a marble slab records the fact that it was made by Sidu, a chobdar in A.D.1656-57. It is made of Kankar ( Gravel) and sand stone. It is ,however, not the oldest baoli of the town, having been built to replace another one which had fallen into disuse due to change in the alignment of Delhi Hisar Road. The new baoli is towards the south of the town, while the old one is towards east. the jama Masjid,was constructed in the time of Humayu in A.D.1531, as seen from the inscription under the pulpit stairs. Outside and over the south arch is another scription of the time of Aurangazeb, A.D. 1667-68, stating that the mosque has built by Khawaja Rahmet Ullah. Two Arabic inscriptions also show that a mosque existed there even before the rein of Humayu. The pirzada Masjid is a small Masjid towards south of Jama Masjid built in the reign ofd Babar by Sheikh Yasaf of Hisar as per inscription

Birla Institute of Technology and Science Exam

BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE EXAM

   Birla Institute of Technology and Science were founded by Mr.G.D Birla. The main motive of the institution is to provide higher education to Young men and women to bring an innovative idea in them .BITS is located at Vihar Campus adjacent to the town of Pilani in Rajasthan. The college was established in the year 1900.The campus of the Institute is located at Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. The international Campus is located at Dubai. The admissions for the institute is carried over by an Entrance Exam for the following courses;Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS)

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
  • Biotechnology
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering

Integrated First degree Course admissions are based on the Entrance Exam. The exam is conducted for B.Pharm, Master degree courses also.

Eligibility

   Candidates must have completed 10+2 board exam of Central or State board. The aspirant must have an aggregate of 75% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Candidates must have minimum 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and proficiency in English. Candidates who have completed 12th board exam in the previous year are also eligible for the exam. The students who have scored first ranks in exams are given preference and they need not follow the above eligibility.

Syllabus

The questions for the exam will be from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English and Logical Reasoning.

Exam Pattern

  The Exam paper consists of 150 multiple choice questions. Each correct answer is awarded 3 marks and wrong answer is given a penalty of 1 mark. Unattempted questions are not awarded any marks. The physics subject consists of 45 questions, Chemistry consists of 40 questions and Mathematics consists of 40 questions. English and Logical Reasoning consist of 15 and 10 questions respectively. There is no time limit for the paper. If the candidate feels he has given any wrong answer, the candidate can change the answer .If the aspirant completes all the questions within a short span of time, then he/she can attend 12 extra questions. While giving answers to these questions, the candidates are not allowed to move back to the previous section. All the questions are set in English language only. Exam will be held in the month of May.

How to Apply

  • Log onto the official website www.bits-pilani.ac.in
  • Fill all the mandatory details
  • Pay the fees using any mode of payment
  • The amount of fees is Rs 2200/- and for female candidates it is Rs 1700/-
  • The mode of payment is mainly;
  1. Credit Cards/Debit Card
  2. Net Banking
  3. E challan
  • Prefer the courses offered and programmes
  • Recheck the application form
  • Submit the application
  • Take the printout for any future reference

 

BITSAT 2015 Eligibility Criteria

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Eligibility for BITSAT 2015 Entrance Examination:

(i) For admission to Engineering(B.Tech/BE) Course:  Candidate should have passed the 12th examination of 10+2 system from a recognized Central or State board or its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and adequate proficiency in English.

(ii) For admission to B.Pharm.(Hons.): Candidate should have passed the 12th examination of 10+2 system from a recognized Central or State board or its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology and adequate proficiency in  English. However candidates with PCM may also apply for Pharmacy program.

Admission to all the programmes is subject to the conditions given below.

The candidate should have obtained a minimum of aggregate 75% marks in Physics,  Chemistry and Mathematics subjects (if he/she has taken Mathematics in BITSAT) or a  minimum of aggregate 75% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects (if he/she has  taken Biology in BITSAT) subjects in 12th examination, with at least 60% marks in each of  the Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics / Biology subjects.

Only Students who are appearing for 12th examination in 2015 or who have passed  12th  Examination in 2014 are eligible to appear in the BITSAT-2015 test. If a candidate  has taken more than one attempt in 12th class or its equivalent, only his latest performance is  considered, provided this attempt has been for the full component of subjects/courses  prescribed. Students who have passed 12th examination in 2013 or earlier are NOT eligible  to appear in BITSAT-2015. Students who are presently studying in BITS at any of its  campuses are not eligible to appear in BITSAT-2015.

Admissions will be made purely on merit. The merit position of the candidate for admission  will be based on the score obtained by the candidate in the BITSAT-2015. However, their  eligibility for admission is subject to fulfilling the requirement of minimum marks in 12th  examination, as mentioned above.

Direct Admission to Board Toppers:

In the past, admission process of the Institute always ensured guaranteed admission to all  the students who obtained first ranks in their respective board examinations. This has given  a very vital input of highly meritorious students from all over India. First rank students of all  the central and state boards in India for the year 2015 will be given direct admission to the  program of their choice, irrespective of their BITSAT-2015 score as per the eligibility criteria  mentioned above. Further details about this scheme will be available at BITS website by 20th  May, 2015.

BITSAT 2014 Important Notes

(i) BITSAT-2014 will be offered ‘Computer Based Online test’.

(ii) The tests are generated from a large question bank and different candidates will get different question sets. An expert committee will ensure that the question sets are of comparable difficulty level, content, question type etc. In this matter, the decision of the expert committee will be final and binding on the candidate.

(iii) The test assumes that the candidate has basic familiarity with computers, keyboard and mouse operation. It is the responsibility of the candidate to acquire these skills before appearing in the test and the Institute cannot take responsibility for the same.

(iv) The Institute is planning to operate test centers in different cities other than Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad campuses of BITS as previously stated. The final list of centers and actual days of operation will be announced to candidates through the BITS website www.bitsadmission.com . The Institute cannot guarantee that test centers will be set up in all these cities. Further, the Institute reserves the right to cancel any test center if such a situation arises. In such cases, those candidates allotted to these centers will be accommodated in alternate test centers including Pilani/Goa/Hyderabad campuses of BITS.

(v) While BITSAT-2014 tests are scheduled to be held during the period 14th May – 1st June 2014, some of the test centers may operate only for a limited duration during this period depending on the number of applications received. The final list of the centers will be announced at BITS website after all the applications are received.

(vi) The preferences that you give are only indicative and are to guide the Institute for deciding the number of centers. The Institute cannot guarantee that you will get your first preference. Further, if the Institute is unable to allot any center of your choice, you will be allotted a center either at Pilani or at Goa or at Hyderabad campuses of BITS. The exact center where you will be appearing for the test will be announced at BITS website www.bitsadmission.com . However, the Institute will try its best to accommodate all female candidates at their first preference of test centers.

(vii) Candidates who are allotted test centers in Pilani/Goa/Hyderabad campuses of BITS may be given accommodation on nominal charges in hostels.

(viii) The candidate must fully obey the rules of the test centers; otherwise he/she will be automatically debarred from the test.

(ix) A candidate can apply online only once for BITSAT-2014. However, if a candidate discovers any mistake in the form submitted by him, he can apply online second time and send a letter to admission office BITS,Pilani mentioning the earlier application number which will be cancelled. In such cases, the second application has to be accompanied by a fresh application fee.

(x) In addition to applying for and appearing in BITSAT-2014, candidates have to also apply for admission to BITS as per the ‘Procedure for applying for Admission’ outlined earlier. The prescribed application form for admission will be available at the BITS website, by 20th May 2014, for those who appear in BITSAT-2014. The completed form with the required application fee has to be submitted so as to reach the Admissions Office on or before 5.00 PM on 30th June 2014.

(xi) All information and communications regarding BITSAT-2014 and Admission to BITS are made available to the registered candidates on the BITS website  www.bitsadmission.com. Candidates are advised to view the BITS website regularly for all related information on BITSAT and BITS Admissions.

(xii) In all matters in the conduct of BITSAT-2014, the decision of the Vice Chancellor of BITS will be final.

(xiii) All disputes pertaining to BITSAT-2014 shall fall within the jurisdiction of Pilani only.

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BITSAT 2014 Sample Papers

bitsat 2014BITSAT 2014 Sample Papers are available at Entranceindia.com. One can subscribe BITSAT 2014 Model Papers for practice. BITSAT Engineering Entrance 2014 is going to be conducted by Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), PILANI. This is one of the most important engineering entrance test in India and conducted only through online mode. Students getting through this test are eligible to take admission in any of the three Birla Engineering Institutes and have prospect of a high career growth. Since there is high competition for limited seats offered by this premium institution students try to score their best in this entrance examination. Entranceindia provides model test papers in BITSAT pattern which are of immense use of those students appearing for this test. Our Model test papers cover questions on Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English & Reasoning exactly in the similar pattern as asked in the BITSAT test.

Also, students can appear our free sample papers for BITSAT 2014 once they get themselves registered at Entranceindia.com.

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BITSAT 2014 Exam Pattern

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BITSAT 2014 Exam Centre

BITSAT 2014 Eligibility

BITSAT 2014 Test Format

BITSAT Qualifying Exam Boards

 

Sl.  Name Of The Board and Examination Codes
1 Central Board of Secondary Education – All India Senior School Certificate Examination CBAT
2 Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination – Indian School Certificate (Year-12) Examination ISCT
3 Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh – Intermediate Examination APBT
4 Assam Higher Secondary Education Council – Higher Secondary (+2) Examination ASBT
5 Bihar Intermediate Council, Bihar Intermediate Examination BICT
6 Board of Secondary Education, Chhatisgarh – Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination CGBT
7 Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education – Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination GDBT
8 Gujarat Secondary Education Board, Gujarat – Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Pattern) GJBT
9 Board of School Education, Haryana – Senior Secondary
Certificate Examination
HRBT
10 Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education – Senior Secondary (+2) examination HPBT
11 The Jammu & Kashmir State Board of School Education – Higher Secondary Part II Examination, Jammu/Kashmir Region JKBW
12 Jharkhand Intermediate Council, Jharkhand Intermediate
Examination
JHCT
13 Board of Pre-University Examination, Karnataka – Second Year Pre-University Examination KART
14 Board of Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala – Higher Secondary Examination KERT
15 Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh – Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (10+2) MPBT
16 Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education – Higher Secondary Certificate Examination MSBT
17 Council of Secondary Education, Manipur – Higher Secondary Examination CHMT
18 Meghalaya Board of School Education – Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination MEGT
19 Mizoram Board of School Education – Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination MZBT
20 Nagaland Board of School Education – Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination NAGT
21 Council of Higher Secondary Education, Orissa – Higher Secondary Examination CHOT
22 Punjab School Education Board – Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (Part II) PNBT
23 Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan – Senior Secondary Examination RJBT
24 Board of Higher Secondary Examination, Tamil Nadu – Higher Secondary Exam TNBT
25 Tripura Board of Secondary Education – Higher Secondary (+2 Stage) Examination TRBT
26 Board of Intermediate Examination, Uttaranchal – Intermediate Examination UABT
27 Board of Intermediate Examination, Uttar Pradesh – Intermediate Examination UPBT
28 West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Examination – Higher Secondary Examination WBBT
29 Foreign Qualifications FORW
30 Any Other Board/ University (not covered above) AOBW

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BITSAT 2014 Syllabus

BITSAT 2014 Exam Centre

BITSAT 2014 Eligibility

BITSAT 2014 Test Format



 

BITSAT 2014 Eligibility Criteria

 

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(i) For admission to all the above programmes except B.Pharm.(Hons.):  Candidates should have passed the 12th examination of 10+2 system from a recognized Central or State board or its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and adequate proficiency in English.

(ii) For admission to B.Pharm.(Hons.): Candidates should have passed the 12th examination of 10+2 system from a recognized Central or State board or its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology and adequate proficiency in  English. However candidates with PCM may also apply for Pharmacy program.

Admission to all the programmes is subject to the conditions given below.

The candidate should have obtained a minimum of aggregate 75% marks in Physics,  Chemistry and Mathematics subjects (if he/she has taken Mathematics in BITSAT) or a  minimum of aggregate 75% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects (if he/she has  taken Biology in BITSAT) subjects in 12th examination, with at least 60% marks in each of  the Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics / Biology subjects.

Only Students who are appearing for 12th examination in 2014 or who have passed  12th  Examination in 2013 are eligible to appear in the BITSAT-2014 test. If a candidate  has taken more than one attempt in 12th class or its equivalent, only his latest performance is  considered, provided this attempt has been for the full component of subjects/courses  prescribed. Students who have passed 12th examination in 2012 or earlier are NOT eligible  to appear in BITSAT-2014. Students who are presently studying in BITS at any of its  campuses are not eligible to appear in BITSAT-2014.

Admissions will be made purely on merit. The merit position of the candidate for admission  will be based on the score obtained by the candidate in the BITSAT-2014. However, their  eligibility for admission is subject to fulfilling the requirement of minimum marks in 12th  examination, as mentioned above.

Direct Admission to Board Toppers:
In the past, admission process of the Institute always ensured guaranteed admission to all  the students who obtained first ranks in their respective board examinations. This has given  a very vital input of highly meritorious students from all over India. First rank students of all  the central and state boards in India for the year 2014 will be given direct admission to the  program of their choice, irrespective of their BITSAT-2014 score as per the eligibility criteria  mentioned above. Further details about this scheme will be available at BITS website by 20th  May, 2014.

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BITSAT 2014 Syllabus

BITSAT 2014 Exam Centre

 

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About BITSAT

The BIRLA Institute of Technology & Science having campuses at Pilani, Hyderabad and Goa is India’s one of the leading technology institutions imparting engineering education and promoting young men and women in those fields to enable them to put into action such ideas, innovations and technologies. Founded by eminent industrialist and freedom fighter late Mr. G. D. Birla and started as a small school during early 1900 now become an University commonly known as BITS Pilani.

Why you should not ignore BITSAT for your engineering career?

BITSAT is an alternative entrance test for your engineering career

A science stream student appearing for class twelve exams with an aspiration to become an engineer, your best option that lies ahead to break through and fulfill your dreams is to sit for an entrance test like IITJEE, AIEEE and BITSAT. These doorway exams are an entryway to a percentage of the best building engineering colleges that the nation brings forth efficient and capable engineering. On the off chance that you break one of these exams, you can get to study in these renowned engineering colleges that are viewed as better than the vast majority of the neighborhood building universities.

BITSAT exam is one of the better options for all aspiring engineers

BITSAT 2018 is also a better alternative that you can avail for a prospective engineering career. BITSAT is the entrance exam for admission to the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani over all the three places, to be specific Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. You can’t deny the way that it is in reality an extreme nut to open, however, not the slightest bit it ought to be outlandish for you. In the event that you have an inquiry like this as a main priority, it demonstrates that you are a building applicant and afterward you would also be showing up for the JEE. BITSAT is not as intense as the JEE, yet to some degree like the level of AIEEE. Likewise, it is a bit unique in relation to the various entrance examinations. What’s more, if BITS is the thing that your target is, you must feel certain enough as there will be maximums aspirants around you would be IIT hopefuls and would keep BITS as an alternative, yet you can eclipse every one of them to place BITSAT in your priority list for an engineering career option.

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The differentiating factor of BITSAT exams

Get yourself versed also in English and logical reasoning

The instance of BITSAT is very diverse. Notwithstanding Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, BITSAT has areas of Logical Reasoning and also in English language. Besides, the inquiries in BITSAT are focused around basic ideas. In this way those from rumored sheets like CBSE, ISC and other significant state sheets are the favored parcel. BITSAT is not extremely extreme yet breaking it is no easy breeze. The individuals who fit in with state boards or don’t have a decent foundation of English are the most exceedingly terrible hit. A great command over the English dialect alongside the solid, reasonable base from NCERTs can encourage your adventure of BITSAT. Subsequently, to split BITSAT, you have to concentrate on English and also inclination notwithstanding Physics, Chemistry and Math.

Thorough practice needed for BITSAT online computer based exams

The most vital thing to remember all the time is- this is going to be a computer based examination. So you must practice on a regular basis before writing the actual exam. Attempt to make it a piece of your educational module to do hone on computer consistently. Keep in mind that giving BITSAT is going to leave with you with no recreation time and you have to be brisk. Enough practice on the online makes you not lose any valuable time there.

BITS Pilani conducting BITSAT a decade of commitment

Great news lies ahead for all engineering aspirants five years from now as BITS Pilani promises an increase in the number of seats in their various BITS campuses which take admission on the basis of BITSAT. Presently there are around 2000 lucky students  who ultimately get admitted through the centralized process of admission through BITSAT every year short listed from more than 2 lakhs students who appear for the BITSAT exams.  The recent news,which got published in the newspapers that Birla Institute of Technology will be investing around Rs.1,300 crore for the purpose of  expansion by the year 2020 which will see more than 3000 students passing out BITSAT Exam and getting admitted in the prestigious BITS Campus across. Encouraging news after all!!

BITS Pilani verbalizes a lot of attainment

The foundation of the institute dates back to 1929 founded by the visionary Late Ghanshyam Das Birla. It was first established as a technical training center at Pilani for the supply technicians for defence services and industry during World War II. The institute speeded its wings to present degree programs to all students in electrical and mechanical engineering in the year 1946.  The Birla College of Arts, Engineering, Pharmacy, Science and  the Commerce was then merged with Technology and Science section of BITS Pilani. With the noble support from the Ford Foundation and Massachusetts Institute of Technology since 2000 there was no looking back.

New campuses established its existence coming up in the far off  Dubai and also in Goa and Hyderabad within the boundaries of India. BITS also do runs an extended centre in Bangalore also.

The Unique preposition of BITS Pilani

BITS Pilani is a brand name so on the off chance that you need a tag with yourself after you pass out then this is the thing that you require. In the event that you wish to travel to another country to seek after higher studies, then just BITS Pilani and IITs from India are considered as standard with one another and henceforth under the same class. It has very solid graduated class with the heading positions in various corporate in practically every field of life

Placements  from BITS have whooped up in the current year

Innovation and e-business players have led the pack over organizations in centre commercial ventures amid the yard situations at the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS Pilani). Google offered a yearly package of remuneration of Rs 1.40 crore to graduates chosen for this present year. Last year the salary compensation package that recorded a high of  Rs 1.44 crore, offered to one of its understudies by Facebook.

This year witnessed BITS campus placement initiative of MNC like Linkedln, Flipkart and even Microsoft, Amazon to name a few. This year companies may most likely increase the compensation package with a whooping 5% to 25% that is a clear indication of the improved job market that have recently seen recession. More than 2300 students BITS pass outs are eligible for the campus interview organized by the placement authorities. The placement officer stated  multinational organizations wouldn’t have been conceivable without the backing of the alumni   who have a wide system among organizations. The organization is certain that before the end of April 2015, 100% graduates will get arrangement in various jobs.

BITSAT 2018 Online Tests

BITSAT  is a Computer based online test for Admission to Integrated First Degree Programmes of BITS Pilani Campuses in Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. Admissions to all the Integrated First Degree programmes of BITS, Pilani, at Pilani campus, Goa campus, and Hyderabad Campus for the academic year 2018-18 will be made on the basis of a Computer based Online Test conducted by BITS, Pilani. This test will be referred to as ‘BITS Admission Test – 2018’, in short as BITSAT-2018.

BITSAT Information Brochure 2018

Integrated First Degree Programmes to which admissions will be made on the basis of BITSAT-2018:

(i) at BITS, Pilani – Pilani Campus:

B.E.(Hons.): Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics, Electronics & Instrumentation, Mechanical, Manufacturing .

B.Pharm.(Hons.);
M.Sc.(Hons.): Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Physics and M.Sc.(Tech.): General Studies.

(ii) at BITS, Pilani – Goa Campus:

B.E.(Hons.): Chemical, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics, Electronics & Instrumentation, Mechanical.
M.Sc.(Hons.): Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Physics.

(iii) at BITS, Pilani – Hyderabad Campus:

B.E.(Hons.): Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Electronics & Communication, Electrical and Electronics, Electronics & Instrumentation, Mechanical, Manufacturing.

B.Pharm.(Hons.);
M.Sc.(Hons.): Biological Sciences, Chemistry; Economics, Mathematics, Physics

BITSAT is a Computer based online test for Admission to Integrated First Year Degree Programme of BITS Pilani Campuses in Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad. Entranceindia has been providing Online Model Papers for BITSAT examination.


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