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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

IIMs announce new pattern for CAT 2011|| CAT 2011 pattern changed !!!!!!!!!!

CAT 2011 will now have only two sections and not three as earlier and the examination time has been extended to 140 minutes.
IIMs and their partner in conducting the online CAT test -- Prometric -- said that the two sections would be: Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation and Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning. In the new method the IIMs have clubbed the sections which were divided into three parts in the older method. As per that method the three sections included Verbal Ability, Quantitative Ability and Analytical Reasoning and Data Interpretation.
The candidates will also be provided 15 minutes tutorials before the examination starts. Including the tutorials timing, examination will be of two hours and 35 minutes- (140 minutes of exam and 15 minutes of tutorials).
Candidates will have 70 minutes to answer 30 questions in each section which will have an on-screen countdown timer. Once the time ends for the first section, they will move to the second and will no longer be able to go back. Although new in the computer-based version of CAT, this format was previously practiced in some of the earlier paper-and-pencil years. Earlier, the three sections had 20 questions each.
“The reason for changing the method is that we aim to get candidates who are good at both -- verbal ability and analysis,” Professor Janakiraman Moorthy, CAT 2011 convenor told DNA.
“Considerable effort has been invested in maintaining similar level of difficulty across papers. A small number of statistically and psychometrically validated questions are randomly inserted in each question paper as equating blocks. These will be used for assessing post test equality across the days. Also, as the candidates have a time frame to complete one section, they will be more focused,” said Prof Moorthy.
The number of test days has been retained at 20 within the window -- from 22 October to 18 November 2011. This would provide candidates with the flexibility of choosing a suitable test day based on their convenience.For those candidates who are differently abled, additional support will be provided as required.
Parasharan Chari, academic head at Endeavour Tutorials in the city believes that the CAT module is gradually shifting to that of GMAT. “The change is not going to make much of a difference to students as there is no change in syllabus,” he said.

Einstein’s 23 biggest mistakes || E=MC2 vs E=MV2 !!!!!!!

1905 – Mistake in clock synchronization procedure on which Einstein based special relativity.
1905 – Failure to consider Michelson-Morley experiment.
1905 – Mistake in transverse mass of high-speed particles.
1905 – Multiple mistakes in the mathematics and physics used in calculation of viscosity of liquids, from which Einstein deduced size of molecules.
1905 – Mistakes in the relationship between thermal radiation and quanta of light.
1905 – Mistake in the first proof of E = mc2.
1906 – Mistakes in the second, third, and fourth proofs of E = mc2.
1907 – Mistake in the synchronization procedure for accelerated clocks.
1907 – Mistakes in the Principle of Equivalence of gravitation and acceleration.
1911 – Mistake in the first calculation of the bending of light.
1913 – Mistake in the first attempt at a theory of general relativity.
1914 – Mistake in the fifth proof of E = mc2.
1915 – Mistake in the Einstein-de Haas experiment.
1915 – Mistakes in several attempts at theories of general relativity.
1916 – Mistake in the interpretation of Mach’s principle.
1917 – Mistake in the introduction of the cosmological constant (the “biggest blunder”).
1919 – Mistakes in two attempts to modify general relativity.
1925 – Mistakes and more mistakes in the attempts to formulate a unified theory.
1927 – Mistakes in discussions with Bohr on quantum uncertainties.
1933 – Mistakes in interpretation of quantum mechanics (Does God play dice?).
1934 – Mistake in the sixth proof of E = mc2.
1939 – Mistake in the interpretation of the Schwarzschild singularity and gravitational collapse (the “black hole”).
1946 – Mistake in the seventh proof of E = mc2.

CBSE CTET Result 2011 Announced at www.cbseresults.nic.in || CBSE Results 2011 || CBSE Result: CTET Results 2011 Announced Today Online !!!!!!!

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has published Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) Exam Results 2011. CBSE CTET Results 2011 announced on 26th July, 2011 at 19:30 Hrs. Central Board of Secondary Education CTET Examination held in June 2011. To know more about the results, candidates can visit the CBSE'sofficial websitehttp://cbse.nic.in/.

Candidates who appeared for the CBSE CTET Exam 2011 can check their respective results by logging in to the aforementioned website. To view the roll number wise result one can also visit the direct link given below link.

CBSE is a self-financing body which meets the recurring and non-recurring expenditure without any grant-in-aid either from the Central Govt. or from any other source.

To get CBSE Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) June 2011 Result : Visit Here

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