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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Top 5 Mantras to Crack IITJEE 2017

5 Mantras to Crack IITJEE 2017

IIT, NIT, IIIT are arguably the most esteemed institutions for students seeking admissions into engineering courses. Every year lakhs of students aspiring to be a part of these institutions take the Joint Entrance Examination popularly known as JEE. The examination is held in two stages.

  • JEE Main
  • JEE Advanced
JEE Main 2017 will be held on Sunday, April 2nd, 2017 and JEE Advanced 2017 will be held on Sunday, May 21st, 2017. The JEE Main 2017 is being conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education whereas IIT Madras is the Institute responsible for conducting JEE Advanced 2017.
There is no ideal procedure for preparing the IITJEE exam. The way a student prepares for JEE may not be fruitful for the other. It is advised to make a list of your strengths and weaknesses before setting a protocol for yourself. Some of the key points that are common and can be considered requisite for everyone are listed below. You should try to inculcate these points into your daily routine.

The time lost is never found again

The IIT JEE syllabus is vast and the preparation time spans for 2-3 years for any candidate. This leaves the candidates to cover a lot of syllabus in very less time. In such a crunch, every day should be spent wisely. Before starting the preparation, one must decide targets and set a routine a week in advance directed towards the target. All the three subjects i.e. Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry are equally important since they carry equal weightage in JEE examination. Also, all the topics have individual cut offs, therefore, it is advised to allocate equal time to each of the subjects. Also, as the saying goes “All work and no play make Jack a dull boy,” so, some amount of time is required to be allotted to recreational activity every day, to remain in a healthy state of mind. Wasting time on the social network and TV is the biggest blunder. Not only do you lose your time and go behind schedule, but the habit also becomes an addiction and coming out of it becomes tough thus zeroing all the effort you have made till date.

Every battle is first won in the mind

IIT JEE is one of the toughest examinations and any candidate appearing for it goes through a lot of pressure. Apart from the pressure the peers, the family and the society endows upon them; there is a battle they have to fight within. In such a state of emotional exigency, you should remember that the rank holders are students like you and do not have any unique quality that you do not have. With perseverance and hard work you too can achieve the same fate. Apart from this, as you know, the questions that appear in the IIT JEE question paper require an enormous amount of thinking and aptitude, apart from the basic concepts of the subjects, a healthy and active state of mind is very important for you to understand the question before attempting it. Having a positive attitude is not a thing you can choose, it is only by doing the right thing at the right time without procrastination can you have a positive attitude towards things. Before starting your preparation, you must make a schedule and try your best to stick to it. Choosing the right company is also critical, as you tend to inculcate the habits of people you work around.

Pick a weapon and learn to fight

With so many topics in hand and so much practice to do, it is advised to select the study material and the practice tests with great caution. Before starting the preparation, you must choose the reference books and practice material apart from the test series for mock tests. If you plan to take assistance in the form of coaching and tuitions, you must discuss it with your seniors as the pattern followed in the tuitions may not agree with the way you plan to proceed. Choosing the right mentor is also very important, as, throughout your journey, you will seek their guidance and motivation. Once you have decided which set of books to refer to, which test series to appear for and which one to request guidance from, you should stick to it and stop looking for other sources.

Divide and conquer

The time you allot to any topic can be divided into three stages, the pre-work, the practice and the post work. The pre-work includes gaining an overall idea of what the topic covers, the crux points per say. While doing the pre-work, you can jot down the topics being covered, the laws discussed, the connection between the topics and the point where it leads you to. After knowing the domain of the topic, you can move to gaining an understanding of the concepts dealt and further practice questions in the same. While doing so, you can mark the questions as per their level of difficulty so that once you go back to these topics, you can decide which part to focus more on. Post the practice stage; there is a need to retain what you have learned. You should go back to the topic a week after you close it. This will help you revise the concepts, and you may come across points you had missed the practice. Make short notes for topics having facts and formulae and go through it when you are taking a bus to school to enjoying a stroll in the evening. A quick revision of what you have learned all day, at the end of the day is also advised, as five minutes of revision can save you three hours of labor later.

A sound mind lies in a sound body

The neck to neck competition with your peers and the expectations of your loved ones may lead you to a quandary where you may tend to ignore your health to focus more on your studies. But this could be one of the biggest mistakes you make. If you wish to work with optimal efficiency, you must pay equal attention to the needs of your body and mind. Meditation and yoga have been considered to be one of the best ways to relax and orient your thoughts. Apart from this choosing a physical activity or half an hour of exercise every day is advised. You must maintain a healthy diet and must never skip meals.  A healthy sleep cycle with minimum 6 hours of sleep is also imperative. Fooling sleep and skipping meals can have a bigger impact that you can imagine as the state of the body controls the state of mind.
With these tips, IITJEE 2017 can be a cake walk

Thursday, January 26, 2017

GE6253 Engineering Mechanics Lecture Notes in PDF

Anna University, Chennai

B.E/B.Tech Degree Examination

Second Semester

Common to Mechanical Departments

GE6253 Engineering Mechanics

Lecture Notes

(Regulation 2013)

University : Anna University Chennai
Year : First Year
Department : Common to Mechanical / Civil / Petrochemical Departments
Semester : Second Semester
Subject Code : GE6253
Subject Name : Engineering Mechanics
Regulation : 2013
Attachment Type : PDF
No. of Pages : 151

Study Material Description : PDF of GE6253 Engineering Mechanics Lecture Notes 2nd Semester B.E Course under Anna University Chennai R-2013

Monday, January 23, 2017

RGPV AU/ME-703 Mechanical Vibration and Noise Engineering Dec 2016 Question Paper

RGPV Bhopal Previous Question Paper
AU/ME-703 Mechanical Vibration and Noise Engineering Dec 2016
AU/ME-703
B.E. VII Semester
Examination, December 2016
AU/ME-703 Mechanical Vibration and Noise Engineering
Time : Three Hours
Maximum Marks : 70




AU-702 CIM Automation and CAD/CAM Dec 2016 Question Paper

RGPV Bhopal Previous Question Paper
AU-702 CIM Automation and CAD/CAM Dec 2016
AU-702 (C)
B.E. VII Semester
Examination, December 2016
AU-702 CIM Automation and CAD/CAM
Time : Three Hours
Maximum Marks : 70




RGPV AU-704 Combustion and Heat Transfer Dec 2016 Question Paper

RGPV Bhopal Previous Question Paper
AU-704 Combustion and Heat Transfer Dec 2016
AU-704
B.E. VII Semester
Examination, December 2016
AU-704 Combustion and Heat Transfer
Time : Three Hours



RGPV AU-705 Computer Aided Engineering and FEM Dec 2016 Question Paper

RGPV Bhopal Previous Question Paper
AU-705 Computer Aided Engineering and FEM Dec 2016
AU-705
B.E. VII Semester
Examination, December 2016
AU-705 Computer Aided Engineering and FEM
Time : Three Hours
Maximum Marks : 70

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RGPV ME-701 Work Study and Ergonomics Dec 2016 Question Paper

RGPV Bhopal Previous Question Paper
ME-701 Work Study and Ergonomics Dec 2016
ME-701 (D)
B.E. VII Semester
Examination, December 2016
ME-701 Work Study and Ergonomics
Time : Three Hours
Maximum Marks : 70



Wednesday, January 11, 2017

RGPV AU-603 Automotive Electrical and Electronics Dec 2013 Question Paper

RGPV Bhopal Previous Question Paper
AU-603 AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS DEC 2013
AU - 603
B.E. VI Semester
Examination, December 2013
Automotive Electrical and Electronics
Time : Three Hours
Maximum Marks : 70
Note: Attempt one question from each unit. All questions carry equal marks.
Unit - I
1. a) Describe the various troubles, causes and there remedies of battery in tabular form.
 b) Explain six parts of lead acid battery with the help of neat sketch.
OR
2. a) Explain type of battery rating used in selection of battery.
b) Explain working ofelectric drive vehicle with the help of neat sketch.
Unit -II
3. Describe with the help of neat sketch construction and working of alternator.
OR
4. What is the need of starting system? Explain construction and working of starter motor.
Unit -III
5. a) Write a short note on
 i) Electric door locks ii) Wind shield wiper
b) Describe with the help of neat sketch the Lucas-TVS Horn.
OR
6. a) Describe with the help of neat sketch working of balancing coil type of fuel gauge.
b) Describe with the help of neat diagram the working of thermostatic type of temperature
gauge.
Unit-IV
7. Explain the principle, construction and working of oxygen sensor.
OR
8. Write a short note on : i) MAP sensor ii) RPM sensor iii) Temperature sensor iv) IPS
Unit - V
9. Explain Robert Bosh gasoline fuel injection system with the help of neat sketch.
OR
10. Name type of solid state ignition system. Explain any one with the help of neat sketch.

RGPV AU-704 Automobile Engineering Dec 2014 Question Paper

RGPV Bhopal Old Question Paper
AU-704
B.E Automobile 7th Semester Examination
December 2014
AU-704 Automobile Engineering

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RGPV AU705 Computer Aided Engineering and FEM Dec 2010 Question Paper

Old Question Paper of RGPV for AU 705 7th Semester
R.G.P.V. Bhopal (MP)
Course: B.E Automobile Engineering
B.E. (7th Semester) EXAM, DEC-2010
COMPUTER AIDED ENGG & FEM [ AU-705 ]
Time: 3Hrs     Max Marks: 100     Min Marks: 35
Note : Attempt any five questions.All question carry equal marks.
Q.1 (a) Explain the difference between finite element analysis and conventional analysis . List the benefit of FEA ? 10
       (b) Derive the equation of motion for dynamic analysis Mx + Kx = 0   ? 10
              Where M = mass matrix
               x =acceleration matrix
               K = stiffness matrix
               x = displacement matrix 20

Q.2 (a) Explain the following terms :   ?   10
               I. skeletal structures
              II. Continuum structures
        (b) What does the term boundary condition mean and explain any one method for its application in structural engineering ?  10

Q.3 Define shape function for 2- D triangular and rectangular elements ? 20

Q.4 For the triangular element shown in fig. 1 obtain the strain – displacement matrix B ? 20

Q.5 (a) Explain the need of global co-ordinate system ? 10
       (b) Explain the following computer storage scheme of matrix ? 10
                      (i) Banded matrix
                     (ii) Skyline matrix

Q.6 (a) Explain the usen of quadratic and cubic elements in analysis of iso – parameteric element ? 10
       (b) Explain the use of natural or intrinsic co-ordinate system ? 10

Q 7 Consider the four bar truss shown in fig. 2. Determine: 20
                 (a ) Stiffness matrix for all element
                 (b) Assembled stiffness matrix for entire truss.

Q.8 Write short note on any four of the following : 5 each
            (a) Hamilton's principle
            (b) Mass matrix
            (c) Software packages for FEM
            (d) Gaussian elimination
            (e) Advantage of FEM
            (f) Mode shapes

TN +2 Model Questions Answers Mathematics from Dinamalar 11-1-2017

Are you looking for Model Questions and Answers Published daily by Dinamalar newspaper? Here we are collecting such model question paper and upload here. You will find below the Mathematics subject Model Questions and Answers for TN H.Sc (+2) examinations 2017. Check out often our website to collect more such question papers.

Exam Board: Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary Examination Board
Exam: Plus 2 / H.Sc / +2 Public Exams 2017
Material Type: Model Questions with Answers
Subject: Mathematics
Medium of Instruction: Tamil
Date of Question Paper: 11th January 2017
Source: Dinamalar Newspaper Dated 11-1-2017

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Monday, January 9, 2017

MG6851 Principles of Management Notes 6th Semester B.E Mechanical

Want to download MG6851 Principles of Management Notes for 6th Semester Mechanical Engineering? You will find here the download link in PDF. Read on to know more.
Anna University Chennai
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Coomon to Electronics and Communication Engineering
MG6851 Principles of Management
Lecture Notes (All Units)
Regulation 2013

Download Link for Lecture Notes in PDF for MG6851 => CLICK HERE

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

GNDU ECL-296 Control and Instrumentation 2015 Question Paper

University of Question Paper: Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU)
Materials Type: Old Question Papers / Previous Years Question Papers
Course: B Tech Computer Science and Engineering
Semester: 4
Subject of Question Paper: ECL-296 Control and Instrumentation
Exam Year: 2015
Time Allowed: 3 hours
Maximum Marks: 50

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IGNOU BCE-032 THEORY OF STRUCTURES-I June 2015 Question Paper

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) Question Paper - Previous Years
Subject Code: BCE-032
Course: DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING DCLE (G) / ADVANCED LEVEL CERTIFICATE COURSE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (DCLEVVACCLEVI)
Question Paper Exam: Term-End Examination
Year of Question Paper: June, 2015
Subject of Question Paper: BCE-032 : THEORY OF STRUCTURES - I
Time : 2 hours
Maximum Marks : 70
Note : Question number 1 is compulsory. Attempt any four questions from the remaining. Total number of questions to be attempted are five. Assume suitable data wherever necessary and mention it clearly. Use of calculator and steel tables is permitted.

1. Choose the most appropriate answer from the following alternatives in each case : 7x2=14
(a) The maximum permissible longitudinal pitch in a riveted joint in tension is
(i) 16 t or 200 mm whichever is less
(ii) 4 t + 100 mm
(iii) 12 t or 200 m whichever is less
(iv) 2.5 d

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