Education sector is the one of the greatest developing in all countries. In India Private education managements are expanding to develop their own standard quality of their organisation. Every Institution targets on focusing students development and responsibility, though education systems are increasing but still there is a high potential of growth. India has emerged as very strong potential market in education sector due to its young driven economy. The size of Indian education market is 71.2bn(estimated) and it is expected to increase due to the strong demand of quality in education field. However the education field could pose a challenge to the growth coming generation. So however computer technology and communication have impelemented the industry of education to its higher level, Internet plays an vital role in traditional models of education and it became more dependable. Management system of education has made a change because of private initative in India,the government has played its role in existing new schools with high standards however the government system is dealing with accrediation and quality have changed. In upcoming generation the education will be a major issue for the modern generation.
The indian system of medicine is traditional art and science of healing which purely relies upon the mother nature.It has got a great relevance on the health care sector as it follows the laws of nature in its purity.The traditional system of medicine are Ayurveda,Siddha,unani,Yoga & Naturopathy and Homeopathy.The practice of Indian system of medicine leads towards the health rather than a diseaseless condition.It harmonises the mental, physical and spiritual ability of an individual.A major strength of ISM&H system is that it is accessible, acceptable and affordable.
National eligibility cum entrance examination is a common entrance examinations for admission to medical and dental colleges approved by medical council of india and dental council of india. NEET 2013 will replace ALL INDIA PRE MEDICAL TEST (AIPMT) and other state level under graduate medical / dental examinations here after. This examination is conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for admissions to MBBS/ BDS courses throughout the country. NEET 2013 will be goin to be held on 5th may 2013 and which is single stage exam. Duration: 3 hours.
Filling up the online application form and submitting the application for national eligibility cum entrance examination has already been started from first 1st december and it will be till 31st december without fine. January 1st to 31first with fine.
If applied within 1-12-2012 to 31-12-2012 without fine of 1000 INR for General / OBC Caste and 550INR for SC/ ST and / PH(Phsically Handicapped)
If applied within 1-1-2013 to 31-1-2013, with a fine of 1000 INR so 2000 INR for General / OBC caste and (1000+550) 1550 INR for ST/SC/ PH
Four Easy steps to Apply online, Read and follow carefully
A. Fill in the application form with right answers and once you fill the application form you get the Registration number here
1.Click here to Fill the Online Application Form and note down the Registration Number
B. make the payment with any of the above three options
1.Click here to Make Payment of Fee through E-Challan or Credit Card/Debit Card
C.Take a Printout of Confirmation Page and send to CBSE. Click here.
1. Print a confirmation page and send it to CBSE after completing step 4(D)
Central Board Of Secondary Education
Shiksha Kendra, 2 - Community Centre,
D.Take a Printout of the Address Slip for posting on A5 Envelope. Click here.
1 Please read the following instructions carefully before filling up of application form for Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT): February 2012.
2 Separate application forms are provided for men and women. Candidates are advised to fill up the form in the format applicable to them.
It has been brought to the notice that Singhania University, Rajasthan has been advertising enrollment of students for award of B.Sc. (Aircraft Maintenance Engineering) by making references to DGCA.