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Killexams : JEE Mains 2022 results: Five students each from Telangana, Andhra Pradesh scored perfect 100 NTA score

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As many as 24 candidates have scored the perfect 100 in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) – Main 2022 exam, as per the National Testing Agency (NTA) as the agency declared the cumulative result of two sessions of JEE Main on Monday, August 8.

The agency, which conducted the exam, also shared that the result of five students was being withheld because they used unfair means, stated a report in PTI.

It is from Andhra Pradesh that as many as five candidates have scored a 100 NTA score, followed by five from Telangana and four from Rajasthan. 

One candidate each from Haryana, Maharashtra, Assam, Bihar, Punjab, Kerala, Karnataka, and Jharkhand, have bagged the perfect score.

As per the officials of NTA, the NTA score is not the same as the percentage of marks obtained.

"NTA scores are normalised scores across multi session papers and are based on relative performance of all those who appeared for the examination in one session. The marks obtained are converted into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session of the examinees," a senior official said.

It may also be recalled that initially, the JEE Mains Session II 2022 exams were scheduled for from July 21 to July 30, but the NTA postponed it and they were conducted from July 25 instead. 

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Killexams : Examining the test process

Exams must be viewed as a means of learning the level of academic attainment and a guide to deciding the future course of action

Exams must be viewed as a means of learning the level of academic attainment and a guide to deciding the future course of action

The ABCs of success, in general, can be extended up to ‘E’ in this manner: A for ‘aptitude’, which implies that the venture should match your liking for best results; B for ‘boldness’ (this could mean answering questions as a student, participating in board meetings or making decisions); C for ‘creativity’, which is the best asset for success; D for ‘determination’, which indicates progress towards the goal undeterred by failure; and E for ‘exams’, which are an indelible part of life from childhood.

Exams can be oral or written, objective or subjective, online or offline, theoretical or practical, individual or group, academic or competitive, direct or indirect and so on. Schools and colleges offer excellent opportunities to face exams and learn the techniques of mastering them. While anxiety about exams is normal, fear of exams is a problem.

Exams are an integral part of learning. Even in summer schools or faculty improvement programmes, evaluation tests are held at the end to assess what the participants have learnt. Thus, the purpose of exams is not to hinder but to encourage proper learning. Both examiners and examinees have responsibilities in making exams serve their purpose.

For the examiner

When I handled entrance exams and admission at my university, in my effort to update the question bank for the entrance test for a particular programme, I invited contribution from a senior faculty member of an institution. I received a set of 40 objective-type questions, with the options all being: (A) True, (B) False, (C) Both the above, and (D) None of the above. Moreover, for all the questions, the correct answer was either A or B. This showed that every teacher need not be a good examiner.

When teachers are interviewed for recruitment, it is normal to examine their educational qualifications and teaching/research experience. However, in my opinion, their capacity to create meaningful and suitable questions in their subjects must also be ascertained.

Question setting requires skill and maturity in addition to subject knowledge. Multiple choice questions, for example, must be direct, in simple language and short. The aim should be to test the grasp of a subject rather than the examinee’s memory. In the answer choices, all distractors should not be explicitly impossible, not all of them need be wrong, but the best answer must be unique. The correct answer codes for different questions should be randomly distributed and not follow a pattern. One should avoid repeating a question verbatim from any source, as this can be answered mechanically, without application of mind.

Examinees’ responsibilities

Scoring in exams has two components. One is the level that can be reached, which depends on the amount of preparation and innate talent. The other is not losing what you deserve, which depends on how you answer in the exam. While a 100% score or first rank need not be the mark of brilliance, losing what you deserve for avoidable reasons is bad. Anxiety and stress have a severe impact on many examinees before and during exams. Charles Darwin University, Australia, lists irritability, heart palpitations, muscle pain, headache, nausea, shallow breathing, dizziness, repetitive thoughts and altered sleep/eating patterns as some indicators of test anxiety. Identifying and addressing the stressors, practising relaxation, staying healthy, systematic planning and revising sufficiently in advance, having a positive approach and acknowledging own competence are some methods of overcoming stress.

Think of academic exams like a health check-up; as a means of learning the level of academic attainment and a guide to deciding the future course of action.

The writer is Former Professor and Head/Director, Entrance Exams and Admission, Anna University, Chennai

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Killexams : Gravitas: SCO meeting: India & Pak under same roof Fri, 29 Jul 2022 07:54:00 -0500 en-IN text/html Killexams : SCO poised for major expansion; Nepal, Maldives to join from subcontinent

Tribune News Service

Sandeep Dikshit

New Delhi, July 29

The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation is poised for a major expansion five years after India and Pakistan became its full members in 2017.

Iran will get full member status, becoming the ninth member of SCO and the process has also started for giving Belarus's full membership. Afghanistan and Mongolia are also pushing for an upgrade from Observer status to full membership.

None of the other countries on the list will get full member status, they are poised to get observer status and dialogue partner status, Uzbek Foreign Minister Abdul Aziz Kamilov said on the sidelines of the ongoing SCO Foreign Ministers Ministerial in Samarkand.

Egypt, Qatar and Saudi Arabia will sign pacts to get dialogue partner status and the process of giving Bahrain and Maldives the same status will begin at the Samarkand SCO Summit to be held in September, Kamilov added. Azerbaijan, Armenia, Cambodia and Nepal will get Observer status.

From the Indian subcontinent, this will mean four countries in SCO – India, Pakistan, Nepal and the Maldives.

Commenting on the proposed expansion, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said, “It is especially symbolic that a kind of line is being formed for the summit among those wishing to become full members of the SCO or join as observers and dialogue partners.’’

The SCO Foreign Ministers Ministerial is being attended among others by S Jaishankar (India,) Wang Yi (China), Russia's Sergey Lavrov (Russia) and Bilawal Bhutto (Pakistan).

Meanwhile, Jaishankar held a bilateral meeting with Kazakh Foreign Minister Mukhtar Tileuberdi after reaching Samarkand on Thursday. Sources say among other leaders, for the first time, he is likely to meet Taliban Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi. The Chinese Foreign Minister has already met Muttaqi who said the territory of Afghanistan will no longer pose a threat to states in the region.

The Foreign Ministers meeting will prepare for the SCO Summit on September 15-16, 2022 in Samarkand which is likely to be attended by PM Narendra Modi besides Chinese and Russian Presidents. They will also review the expansion of SCO and exchange ideas on regional and global developments of common concern, said a release.

Fri, 29 Jul 2022 19:46:00 -0500 en text/html Killexams : SCO meet: Address global energy, food crises, says Jaishankar

The global energy and food crisis caused by disruptions due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine conflict should be addressed through resilient and diversified supply chains and reformed multilateralism, external affairs minister S Jaishankar said on Friday.

Addressing a meeting of foreign ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in the Uzbekistan capital of Tashkent, he emphasised the need for a “zero tolerance” approach towards all forms of terrorism. The meeting was part of preparations for the SCO Summit be held in Samarkand in mid-September.

In the context of the proposal to include Iran as the ninth member of SCO at the grouping’s summit in September, Jaishankar also spoke of the potential of the India-developed Chabahar port for the bloc’s economic future.

“Highlighted that world faces an energy and food crisis due to disruptions from the Covid pandemic and Ukraine conflict. This needs to be urgently addressed,” Jaishankar said in a set of tweets on his speech at the SCO foreign ministers’ meeting.

“Response required includes resilient and diversified supply chains as well as reformed multilateralism,” he added.

India has consistently called for an end to hostilities in Ukraine and a return to the path of diplomacy and dialogue in order to tackle food and energy shortages that have led to spiralling inflation around the world. Over the past few years, India has been working with a range of partners, including Australia, France, Japan and the US, to build more resilient supply chains that are not dependent on China.

Jaishankar tweeted that “Zero tolerance for terrorism in all its manifestations is a must”. Uzbekistan’s state-run Dunyo information agency quoted Jaishankar as saying that SCO members should jointly fight new world threats such as new types of terrorism.

The external affairs minister tweeted that he reiterated India’s position on Afghanistan and “highlighted our humanitarian support: wheat, medicines, vaccines and clothing”.

He also underlined the “potential of Chabahar port for SCO’s economic future”. Dunyo quoted Jaishankar as saying that Iran’s entry into SCO would strengthen the grouping’s influence on the world market as its members “will have the opportunity to use the facilities of the Chabahar port”.

Jaishankar also tweeted that he spoke of India’s economic progress, while stressing the relevance of start-ups and innovation. “Today’s meeting of Foreign Ministers was very useful in preparing for the Samarkand summit,” he added.

The foreign ministers’ meeting approved several key documents, including the drafts of the Samarkand Declaration to be adopted at the upcoming summit, a comprehensive plan on long-term cooperation, and creation of efficient transport corridors.

The meeting in Tashkent was attended by Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi and Pakistan foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, who held separate meetings with the Taliban’s acting foreign minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, who was in Tashkent for a conference on Afghanistan hosted earlier this week by Uzbekistan.

Jaishankar and the other foreign ministers jointly met Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev. Jaishankar said he had conveyed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s personal greetings to Mirziyoyev.

“Appreciated the momentum generated by Uzbek Presidency [of SCO] in fields of security, economy, trade, connectivity and culture. India will give the fullest support for the success of the Samarkand Summit,” he tweeted.

Jaishankar also held separate meetings with Tajikistan’s foreign minister Sirojiddin Muhriddin, Kyrgyzstan’s foreign minister Jeenbek Kulubaev, Uzbekistan’s acting foreign minister Vladimir Norov, and SCO secretary-general Zhang Ming.

India is set to take over the SCO presidency next year, and Jaishankar said in a tweet: “Indian continues to bring more ideas and initiatives to strengthen cooperation amongst SCO countries. Our presidency next year will give a renewed thrust to these efforts.”

Fri, 29 Jul 2022 12:02:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : SCO: Jaishankar to visit Uzbekistan, may meet Chinese counterpart Wang Yi

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, July 27

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will visit Tashkent (Uzbekistan) on July 28 and 29 to participate in a meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) council of foreign ministers that will prepare for the summit in September. If the summit takes place, it will feature PM Narendra Modi, his Pakistani counterpart and the Presidents of Russia and China.

The foreign ministers will review the ongoing cooperation for expansion of the SCO organisation, said a Ministry of External Affairs news release. Jaishankar is likely to meet his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on the margins of the SCO meet, though there is little optimism about a breakthrough on the standoff at the Line of genuine Control (LAC) if the trend of previous discussions between the two last month is any indication. At the last in-person SCO foreign ministers’ meeting in

Moscow in September 2020, which took place three months after the Galwan valley clash, Jaishankar and Wang had met on the sidelines and managed to bring down the temperatures.

Last week, MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi had underlined the need for both sides to focus on troop disengagement, de-escalation and peace and tranquillity in the border areas to normalise bilateral ties.

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Killexams : Student who left war-torn Yemen scores 97% in CBSE Class 10 exam

Seven years after his family was forced out of Yemen due to the civil war there, Haroon Kamal completed his CBSE Class 10 test with flying colours from a school at Koovalloor near Kothamangalam.

The son of Kamal Muhamed, a Kerala-based businessman-philanthropist and Leila Nasher Mohamed of Yemen, Haroon scored 97% marks in the test from Irshadiyya Public School. Haroon’s family had to leave Yemen for Kerala in 2015 amid the war between Saudi Arabia and Yemeni rebels. He had been a student of Yemen Modern School in Sanna, which follows an American syllabus, when he left the country.

The evacuation took place at short notice from the Ministry of External Affairs, and Haroon could not obtain the transfer certificate from his school, which put a question mark over his schooling in Kerala. Moreover, he knew only Arabic and English. He was unable to join a new school without the necessary documents. His father then made a special request to the Indian authorities to help his son with a letter about the circumstances that forced his family to leave Yemen and he got it.

Sun, 31 Jul 2022 07:54:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : SCO chief: Belarus formally applies for membership in SCO
Photo courtesy of the Russian Foreign Ministry press service/TASS

Photo courtesy of the Russian Foreign Ministry press service/TASS

MINSK, 15 July (BelTA) - Belarus has formally applied to join the Shanghai Cooperation Organization as a full member, SCO Secretary General Zhang Ming said at a briefing for the press, TASS reports.

In his words, official membership procedures are to begin soon.

Belarus has an observer status in the SCO, which allows the country to take part in meetings of the SCO Heads of Government Council and ministerial meetings on foreign economic and trade affairs.

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization was established in June 2001 in Shanghai. Its current members are India, Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.

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Killexams : DPS Monarch Grade X Students Shine In Board Exams

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Doha: The first proud batch of Grade X students of DPS Monarch International School have romped home with a stellar performance in the Central Board of Secondary Education 2021-2022 Board Examinations. 

Their diligence and determination have reaped rich dividends. Bringing laurels to their school and raising the bars of performance, Saachi Dhadwal with a whopping of 98.6% emerged the school topper. Following closely at her heels is Devika Kundathil Anoop with an outstanding 97.6% as second topper; Rachel Lizbeth Kurian 97.2% as third topper and Varsha claiming the fourth highest berth with 97%. Athulya Subash, Akshith Palamthody and Daksh Hemalkumar Shah have secured 95.6% as fifth toppers.

Fathima Nehrin Mullungal grabbed sixth position with 94.6%, Soundarya Lakshmi Narayanan bagged seventh position with 94.2%, Sanjay Satheesh Menon secured eight position with 93.8%, Vihaan Pradeep grabbed ninth position with 93% and the tenth topper is Sarang Puthanpurayil Satheesh with 92.8%. 

The total number of students who appeared for the test were 64 with school average of 82.14% and school result of perfect 100%. 

With their exemplary performance speaking volumes for their hard work, five students scored 100 marks in Mathematics and Science. Saachi Dhadwal and Devika Kundathil Anoop scored 100 marks in Mathematics and Science. Vihaan Pradeep scored in Mathematics whereas Rachel Lizbeth Kurian and Athulya Subash scored in Science. 

Proving their mettle, the students have shown that extracurricular activities are never a hurdle in achieving academic excellence. 

The following are the number of students who scored more than 90% marks in various subjects: 28 students in English,12 students in Mathematics, 22 students in Science, 16 students in Social Science, 26 students in Information Technology and 16 students in Languages. 


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