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      Sakshi on #3528

      Hi Akhil,

      As per the Minister for Human Resource Development Ganta Srinivasa Rao –
      students securing marks between 91 and 100 will get ‘A1’ grade,
      those securing between 81 and 90 will be given ‘A2’,
      the 71-80 category will get ‘B1’,
      61-70 will get ‘B2’,
      for 51-60, it will be ‘C1’,
      41-50 will be graded as ‘C2’,
      35-40 will get ‘D’ grade and
      students getting less than 35 marks will be considered ‘failed.’


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      Sakshi on #3526

      Dear Shaik,

      For NEET Cutoff scores, visit http://www.sakshieducation.com/NEET/TblStory.aspx?nid=168592&cid=48&sid=780

      For guidance, see video lectures by experts – NEET Guidance by Experts

      All the best!


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      Sakshi on #3525

      Dear Sri,

      A candidate who has completed Charted Accountant, i.e., pass in the Final is eligible to write civil services exam.

      All the best!


    • Keymaster
      Sakshi on #3516

      Hi Nadeem,

      There are various options in Defense to choose from – Army, Navy, Air Force.

      You may select any option based on eligibility. Here are few articles for career in Defense. Plz go through them and let us know if you still have any doubts.

      Career in NDA

      Various Options in Defense


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      Sakshi on #3491

      The eligibility criteria for appearing DEECET 2017 are –

      I. The candidate who passed or appeared for the 10 + 2 during 2016-17 final
      Examinations (Qualifying Examination) or its equivalent are eligible to appear for the
      entrance test.
      But, they should have passed the qualifying examination by the time of admission.

      II. The candidate should have secured 50 percent of marks in aggregate in the qualifying
      examination for appearing in the DEECET both A & B category seats. The minimum
      percentage of marks in the case of Schedule caste, Scheduled Tribe and Physically
      Challenged candidates shall, however, be 45 percent for both A &B category seats.


    • Keymaster
      Sakshi on #3490

      BITS Pilani is offering Part-time PhD in Mathematics. For details check http://www.bits-pilani.ac.in/hyderabad/offcampusphd.


    • Keymaster
      Sakshi on #3489

      You may please contact AP EAMCET Convener office


    • Keymaster
      Sakshi on #3477

      Hope the below link helps you.

      Way to score more marks!


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      Sakshi on #3472

      Hi Mounika,

      The material provided is prepared by the top faculty. However, we can’t guarantee you that preparing only sakshi material can fetch you 55-57.

      All the best!


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      Sakshi on #3464

      There are several options after MPC. The below articles may be useful for you. Plz check them.

      What after Inter?

      What after MPC?


    • Keymaster
      Sakshi on #3459

      Sai,

      Plz check previous questions. Those may help you. However, we have provided study material. Plz check –

      Inter Study Material


    • Keymaster
      Sakshi on #3457

      There is no clarity in the question. However, the below explanation may help you.

      Principal and working of a nuclear reactor:
      The device giving large amount of nuclear energy through fission process at a controlled rate is called a nuclear reactor or atomic pile. In the nuclear reactor, the first fission reaction results in the production of fast neutrons. If fast moving neutrons are allowed to pass through moderator they become thermal neutrons. Subsequently, these thermal neutrons are utilized for further fission reactions to produce a large amount of energy.


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      Sakshi on #3449

      Practising only previous questions will definitely fetch you good experience in getting good marks. But t is not advised to restrict your preparation only to previous questions. Firstly, solve all the exercise and later you can practice previous questions and check your speed and accuracy in solving them.

      All the best!


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      Sakshi on #3453

      We cant comment on any particular publication. You need to practice until you get confidence on the chapter and later try solving any question paper. It shall boost your confidence.

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