Official key by Vyapam: PEPT_2013_MODEL_ANSWER_VYAPAM_Official
Facebook Helpline: https://www.facebook.com/MPPET.Counselling.Helpline
On 17th January, 2013, its clear that MP-PET 2013 will definitely be held. The air has been cleared up due to Vyapam’s early notification, now Madhya Pradesh isn’t one of those states joining the single common engineering test in India i.e. the JEE Mains (or ISEET previously). Well, this decision can be understood as the state protecting its subjects, and not letting the revenue coming out of this exam from their hands.
This is a good news for those who were preparing for MP PET only. As this examination is a quite less difficult than the other state’s or National level entrance tests, many students give this test.
MP PET 2013’s official name is PEPT 2013 i.e. Pre Engineering and Pharmacy Test which lets students give exams for B.E., B.Tech(Agriculture), B.Pharma degree courses. The online application filling has started from 18th January 2013 and the deadline is 17th Feb 2013. The date of test is very early than it has ever happened in all these years, so is its online application date.
Don’t forget that the date of test of MP PET is right after the boards, i.e. 21st of April, which is just two weeks after the JEE Mains. Definitely this leaves students on a leash! All the best for preparations from us.
Stay with us for all latest updates on this examinations and counselling reports from previous years.
Yes, you are not alone, thousands of students get admission into a not-so-good or below average engineering college in India due to lower Entrance exam ranks or some other reasons. And you feel like that’s the end of the world. But it sure isn’t. All you have to do is get yourself together and plan out your future right now; and after the four long years (it’s actually very short), you’ll bear the fruits of something way better than the institute you’ve spent last 4 years.
Be it the B.Tech or B.E., whichever branch you choose, and how bad your institute is in terms of faculty, infrastructure, classmates, opportunities and/or exposure, there are lot of ways you can get an edge over a lot of students all over India, even those in far better institutes.
First of all, you have to remember that, all your courses are in accordance with AICTE, and if you think the course you are in is boring or not at par with anything else in India, then you are wrong.
Take your college studies seriously. Making a decent degree may be a way to move forward. But don’t just focus on your college tests and examinations. Concentrate on making your subjects strong, study them in depth, enough strong so that you can start off solving any problems/questions (theory or numericals or research type) relating to it from anywhere.
Try to find students in your college or city, with similar problems or interest as yours and work as a team. But be careful in doing so.
Most likely, it’s quite easy to find good books. You can get recommendations from teachers or seniors, internet or by yourself.
Internet: There is so much information floating here, you can always study from, you just have to know which resource is right and correct.
Video Lectures – Since, past few years, elearning and video tutorials have taken a leap, and now lots of video tutorials or leactures are available for free to download or watch over the internet. Some of the very well-known are those created by IITs (features IIT professors) called NPTEL. Also, we’d like to name COURSERA and MIT OCW too.
A little tip would be that, making textbooks your prime focus will save you time. All that’s important to you is time.
Stay updated with all that’s being done by students at IITs or good foreign universities. And compare your progress with that of theirs. Mark few of the things you think you are not doing and you can start with doing it.
When you have social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, use them for good purpose (also, learn to use them more effectively, you might think you know all about something like Facebook, but you don’t, always be ready to learn). Connect with students and professors you find of interest and you might get some help out there. It might not be very easy to do this at first, but afterwards you’ll know what to do.
Don’t like your teachers? Do you have temporary, just-out-of-college faculties teaching you subjects that a “Professor” must have taught?
Don’t take it too hard, this is the situation at many places, just let it go. Focus on what you came for in college to establish.
If you have leniency in attendance, use it to your advantage, stay home and do something productive.
Always be pro-active in taking up initiatives at your institute; like, if any kind of event comes, try to be a part of its organising team or organise it yourself, it adds value your resume and builds confidence, which is always benefiting whatever you do (just don’t lose your main target).
Of course these are also a part of your curriculum, but you should be on the forefront when these things are considered. They add value to your career, enriches you with experience, and might get you some cash too. All this looks very lucrative but there’s a lot of hard work to do, if you are serious about it.
As a matter of fact training may or may not require you paying up. And, Internship may or may not pay “you” for doing it. Both have their own importance.
Depending on your branch there are different types of training or internship opportunities. You need to have a promising academic profile if you want a really good internship, but not just good academics will do, you’ll also need to be good in some area of your interest. Interns are taken by testing them for whatever is required. Internship requires you to work on something once you get it, you don’t think it as a piece of cake.
PG ENTRANCE TESTS:
Very interested in engineering or research? Want to continue education and learn some more? If your answer is YES, then post-graduation is your option.
However, there are whole lot of options other than the following but we are considering only these for now, we’ll discuss more in later posts.
GATE – Gets you into IITS, IISc (Mtech & MS programs).
GRE – Gets you into foreign (engineering) universitites (MS programs).
CAT – IIMs and other big business schools.
GMAT – Foreign business schools (also ISB).
Caution! If you are really thinking in opting these choices for your career, then you have to decide soon after you join college, most students decide this after they complete their second year of engineering. But, the sooner you decide and layout a plan, the better off you are. All of these exams you see have a good entrance mechanism and they are not your regular exams (assuming, you already know this) that filters out many.
We are going to have a post on this topic coming in later.
Counselling looks like a BIG word. And it does play a BIG role to. It is the basic procedure how a ‘selected’ candidate is processed for admission into one or various institutions. Also it caters the need of simplification of choosing various courses in a college. It may sound a bit complex, it is not. It’s not just the hotness of weather causing the tension.
It is old school way of counselling. You have to go to the counselling centre if established by institute or to the institute itself.
In India various Examination Boards listed as follows organize counselling respective to examination and states.
1.Joint Entrance Exam Board (JEE) for IIT,
2.Central Counselling Board (CCB) for AIEEE,
3.GBTU for UPSEE,
4.RGPV for MP-PET,etc.
5.Other state technical universities
Otherwise, some institutes themselves handles their counselling, some of them are named Deemed Universities.
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The DTE MP Counselling Board has launched this year an efficient tool for predicting if you can get any particular college OR lists possible colleges in which you may get your admission in.
This happens by using previous years’ data analysis of Opening and Closing Ranks i.e. ORCR.
No need for checking ORCR manually. This automation will benefit students very much, as it will consume lesser time.
Following fields have to be selected using a drop down list to obtain your magic college probability.
You only have to enter your COMMON MERIT RANK after selecting the “Please check my own status” as YES.
Results can be accessed globally by dialing the following Telephone numbers
|TELEPHONE NUMBER(S)||Area Covered|
|24357276||for local subscribers in Delhi|
|0 11 – 24357276||for subscribers in other parts of the country|
Phone-in service will not be toll free and users would have to bear the normal telephone charges. Results (subject wise marks) would be conveyed in about 30 seconds through IVRS.
(a) MTNL :
|TELEPHONE NUMBER(S)||Area Covered|
|28127030||for local subscribers in Delhi|
|011-28127030||for subscribers in other parts of the country|
|TELEPHONE NUMBER(S)||Covered Operators|
|55530||for IDEA subscribers|
|1255536||for BSNL subscribers (Outside Delhi – Landline & Mobile)|
|54321223||for Tata Teleservice (Indicom, Docomo) subscribers|
|54321202||for Airtel subscribers|
|cbse12 <rollno> Send SMS to 9212357123||NIC|
Send SMS to 52001
Send SMS to 57766
Send SMS to 5800002
Send SMS to 55456068
Send SMS to 54321202, 55077
Send SMS to 54321, 51234, 5333300
|Tata Teleservice (Indicom, Docomo) subscribers|
You will need following two importand CODES, which can be easily found out.