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29 January 2021 5 minutes read

Filo Micro-Classes is the lifeline if a student is looking for a way to get hold on certain chapters which they missed in their schools or coaching classes or study one specific topic without having to study the whole syllabus and get relief from again paying hefty amount to various coaching’s for just a select few topics.



If a student has doubt or missed the part of syllabus say, the EMI concept from physics or the Resonance part from organic chemistry, they now get the chance to select only those topics to be taught in a live interactive Class instead of having to go a coaching which will teach them the entire syllabus or uploaded studying videos which cannot answer their questions in real time, then and there.

At rates as low as 10, a student can avail the classes of Top JEE/NEET experts who will not only reveal the secrets to Cracking the exams with highest ranks but also inculcate in the student an ability to think more efficiently and effectively.

You just click below for Free registration and select as many topics as you want to improve by attending their Micro classes by the most accomplished experts.


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29 January 2021 5 minutes read

Filo Micro-Classes is the lifeline if a student is looking for a way to get hold on certain chapters which they missed in their schools or coaching classes or study one specific topic without having to study the whole syllabus and get relief from again paying hefty amount to various coaching’s for just a select few topics.



If a student has doubt or missed the part of syllabus say, the EMI concept from physics or the Resonance part from organic chemistry, they now get the chance to select only those topics to be taught in a live interactive Class instead of having to go a coaching which will teach them the entire syllabus or uploaded studying videos which cannot answer their questions in real time, then and there.

At rates as low as 10, a student can avail the classes of Top JEE/NEET experts who will not only reveal the secrets to Cracking the exams with highest ranks but also inculcate in the student an ability to think more efficiently and effectively.

You just click below for Free registration and select as many topics as you want to improve by attending their Micro classes by the most accomplished experts.


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How to score 99+ percentile in JEE 2021 in under two months

The applicant count for JEE 2021 is in the millions and when there's just a limited number of days left for the JEE 2021, one needs to take their preparation to the next level. Based on what experts say about short-term preparation, here are a few things that students might want to keep in mind if they want to crack a 99+ percentile in JEE 2021 in under two months -

JEE 2021 has a vast syllabus and students naturally have low retention for that vast syllabus. The majority of the students face difficulties in the coverage of topics and that makes their preparation harder than it should be. What students should do is to look to revise 10 topics a day, every day. In a way, they would be going through the entire syllabus cyclically which would keep their knowledge retention high and fresh. When there are just two months left for the exam, students need to cover a vast array of topics, and while doing so they tend to forget the concepts from the topics studied a few days ago. Students must find a balance between studying crunch topics and revising old ones, for that students must dedicate 6 hours to studying new topics while dedicating another 6 to revise the old ones. The chapters and bigger topics must be broken into smaller pieces. The cyclical way of revision and studying will help them, as it will force every topic in the syllabus to swirl through your brain every two weeks and that will keep their memory of the topics and concepts fresh at all times.

The distribution can look like this - Each week consisting of 20 topics and the same for the next week. Each day can encompass 3 topics from a subject. The entire length of the syllabus can be revised cyclically with this method.

Another important facet to consider while preparing in the last few days is that students must keep giving tests alongside the quick revision. Tests that are mock tests for JEE Mains and JEE Advanced will give the students an opportunity to face a wide and different variety of questions that too of varying difficulties. This will keep them on their toes.

And in all of this journey over the course of two months, if you find yourself getting stuck on any topics or questions, then don't hesitate to use Filo to connect with IITians on video calls, who are available 24x7 to cater to your needs, that too for free !! Download Filo Now


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What to expect from NEET 2021

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, or NEET 2021, is expected to be held on May 2, 2021. Here are the 10 things students may need to know about the NEET 2021 exam:

1. NEET 2021 will be an offline exam conducted across centers in India. The exam tests in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. The exam pattern is - A total of 180 MCQs will be in the exam. Of the 180 questions, 90 will be from Biology, while 45 questions will be from Chemistry and Physics. Candidates are given three hours to attempt the exam.

2. Students can choose to give the exam from one of the following languages: English, Hindi, Odia, Bengali, Kannada, Tamil, Assamese, Gujarati, Telegu, Marathi, and Urdu.

3. The NEET 2021 registrations have been started from the first week of December 2020.

4. The application process for NEET 2021 has five steps - The online registration, The detail filling part of the application, Uploading of the scanned images of the candidate's photograph and signature, Paying the application fee, and Taking the print outs of the applications and the fee payment receipt.

5. In case of corrections in the NEET 2021 application, students do that from the third week of January 2021 to the last week of January 2021.

6. The application fee for NEET 2021 is as follows - For the General/OBC category: Rs 1400, For the SC/ST category: Rs 750.

7. The NTA website will have the NEET 2021 admit card made available to download from the final week of March 2021.

8. The NEET 2021 answer key will be released by NTA on their website in the second week of May 2021.

9. NTA will release the NEET 2021 exam results in the first week of June 2021.

10. For students who face doubts, queries, and questions regarding NEET 2021, feel free to click here to connect with the top experts from each subject.


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What will set apart toppers from the crowd in JEE 2021?

There are millions of students that are set to appear for the JEE 2021 and despite the best efforts, only a handful of them are going to make it into the cream of the rankings. That brings us to the question - What sets apart toppers from the crowd in such a competitive exam? Here are a few things that previous years’ toppers have to say about making the cut -

1. Belief in oneself -

One of the most important things that a student needs to succeed is a strong belief in oneself and their abilities. Students need to remind themselves of this fact daily. Doing so will etch this belief in their subconscious mind and that will always give them confidence.

2. Be well-versed with NCERT to the last detail

Students preparing for IIT JEE from class 11, and especially without coaching, should recognize that NCERT is one of the most crucial materials for the exam. Almost all the questions featured in the JEE Mains and JEE Advanced too are based on NCERT books. So students should make sure that they are extremely well-versed with the NCERT books thoroughly. A thorough grasp of NCERT will ensure that students can crack the JEE Mains without even coaching.

3. A Time Table/Schedule

Successful people have a trait in common, they always have a set timeline towards their goals - a timetable or a schedule. Students must also recognize that there is nothing more precious than time.

If you really want to be in the cream of the rankings then need to crack the IIT JEE Advanced. For that one needs to know how to utilize time effectively and what topics should get more time and which ones should get less time.

For that students should make a timetable and follow it strictly. And as such for the preparation of JEE Advanced 2021, students need to give at least 10-12 hours daily.

Students should divide their time into three equal parts and study accordingly.

4. Make Your Own Notes

Most students suffer because they do not make their own notes. Making one's own notes help with revision and clearing of concepts on a later date. During the final stages of the preparation, it’s very difficult to go through entire books and so the notes came in handy for such times.

It has been suggested that students should make three separate notebooks for each subject and write down all the formulas of each chapter, and after each formula have two or three solved problems related to the formula.

Also, pro tip - write the SI Units after each solution, this will help with SI Unit questions. Keep revising the formula book every 15 days.

5. Previous Years’ Papers

To get the best feel for the JEE, students can take the help of the exam papers from the previous years. Students should attempt these papers at regular intervals of time. Since currently, JEE Mains occurs two times a day, students can get their hands on around 8 to 10 papers from each year.

Begin solving the papers chapter-wise first, then as a whole.

6. Practise on Test Series

Practice for the exam environment is really crucial for the students who want to make it to the top tiers. Students are encouraged to join a couple of test series. The test series can be joined online these days. Students should try and solve the complete Test series with complete dedication and time consideration. This will help them fare well in JEE Mains and JEE Advanced.

7. Students need smart work

Students need to be creative and need to employ smart work instead of hard work these days. Most students spend so much time on reading lengthy chapters from which only a few questions appear in the exam. Students should smartly divide their time and give more time to chapters that are going to give good returns.

Division of time based on weightage is critical for students to crack the top ranks in the JEE 2021.

8. Don’t go heavy with too many books

Several students emphasize on buying several books for each subject. This leads to them trying to read all of them or none of them. Toppers advise that students should buy just one or two books for every subject and try to get their grasp on those books. Trying to learn concepts from several books can lead to confusion.

9. Distractions

Social media has turned out to be the biggest distraction for students in today’s time. A lot of time can be utilized on important preparation aspects.

If you want to be inside the top ranks, you need to cut out the distractions. Try and distance yourself from mobile phones when studying. Focus is critical.

10. Shortcuts are not all bad

Time is a big constraint in the JEE Mains exam and so to solve a maximum number of questions in the given time you will need to employ shortcuts.

Students should go to YouTube and other such resources and scourge for shortcuts in Maths or Physical Chemistry and such. This will help you save time.

11. Don’t let doubts linger

Students tend to let go of the concepts they could not get cleared in class or coaching. This should not be the case if they want to crack into the top ranks. They should always go back to the uncleared concepts. For this students can take the use of the Filo app, where IITians are available 24x7 to help them out over video calls, that too for free.


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What will set apart toppers from the crowd in NEET 2021?

There are millions of students that are set to appear for the NEET 2021 and despite the best efforts, only a handful of them are going to make it into the cream of the rankings. That brings us to the question - What sets apart toppers from the crowd in such a competitive exam? Here are a few things that previous years’ toppers have to say about making the cut -

1. Belief in oneself -

One of the most important things that a student needs to succeed is a strong belief in oneself and their abilities. Students need to remind themselves of this fact daily. Doing so will etch this belief in their subconscious mind and that will always give them confidence.

2. Be well-versed with NCERT to the last detail

Students preparing for NEET from class 11, and especially without coaching, should recognize that NCERT is one of the most crucial materials for the exam. Questions featured in the NEET are based on NCERT books. So students should make sure that they are extremely well-versed with the NCERT books thoroughly. A thorough grasp of NCERT will ensure that students can crack the NEET without even coaching.

3. A Time Table/Schedule

Successful people have a trait in common, they always have a set timeline towards their goals - a timetable or a schedule. Students must also recognize that there is nothing more precious than time.

If you really want to be in the cream of the rankings then need to crack the NEET 2021. For that one needs to know how to utilize time effectively and what topics should get more time and which ones should get less time.

For that students should make a timetable and follow it strictly. And as such for the preparation of NEET 2021, students need to give at least 10-12 hours daily.

Students should divide their time into three equal parts and study accordingly.

4. Make Your Own Notes

Most students suffer because they do not make their own notes. Making one's own notes help with revision and clearing of concepts on a later date. During the final stages of the preparation, it’s very difficult to go through entire books and so the notes came in handy for such times.

It has been suggested that students should make three separate notebooks for each subject and write down all the formulas of each chapter, and after each formula have two or three solved problems related to the formula.

Also, pro tip - write the SI Units after each solution, this will help with SI Unit questions. Keep revising the formula book every 15 days.

5. Previous Years’ Papers

To get the best feel for the NEET 2021, students can take the help of the exam papers from the previous years. Students should attempt these papers at regular intervals of time. Since currently, NEET 2021 occurs two times a day, students can get their hands on around 8 to 10 papers from each year.

Begin solving the papers chapter-wise first, then as a whole.

6. Practise on Test Series

Practice for the exam environment is really crucial for the students who want to make it to the top tiers. Students are encouraged to join a couple of test series. The test series can be joined online these days. Students should try and solve the complete Test series with complete dedication and time consideration. This will help them fare well in NEET.

7. Students need smart work

Students need to be creative and need to employ smart work instead of hard work these days. Most students spend so much time on reading lengthy chapters from which only a few questions appear in the exam. Students should smartly divide their time and give more time to chapters that are going to give good returns.

Division of time based on weightage is critical for students to crack the top ranks in the NEET 2021.

8. Don’t go heavy with too many books

Several students emphasize on buying several books for each subject. This leads to them trying to read all of them or none of them. Toppers advise that students should buy just one or two books for every subject and try to get their grasp on those books. Trying to learn concepts from several books can lead to confusion.

9. Distractions

Social media has turned out to be the biggest distraction for students in today’s time. A lot of time can be utilized on important preparation aspects.

If you want to be inside the top ranks, you need to cut out the distractions. Try and distance yourself from mobile phones when studying. Focus is critical.

10. Shortcuts are not all bad

Time is a big constraint in the NEET 2021 exam and so to solve a maximum number of questions in the given time you will need to employ shortcuts.

Students should go to YouTube and other such resources and scourge for shortcuts in Chemistry and such. This will help you save time.

11. Don’t let doubts linger

Students tend to let go of the concepts they could not get cleared in class or coaching. This should not be the case if they want to crack into the top ranks. They should always go back to the uncleared concepts. For this students can take the use of theFilo app, where doctors and medical students are available 24x7 to help them out over video calls, that too for free.


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CBSE BOARD EXAMINATION 2021 : LATEST ANNOUNCEMENT AND UPDATES

Dates for class 10 and 12 CBSE board exams have been released. The Union Minister of Education, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nihsak released the dates for the much-anticipated CBSE Board exams 2021 on the eve of New Year. As of now, the minister revealed in a tweet that the exams will commence from May 4 and end before June 10.

https://twitter.com/DrRPNishank/status/1344825671827279872

HIGHLIGHTS

·        The CBSE board exams 2021 for classes 10 and 12 will begin on May 4.

·        The CBSE board practical exams 2021 will begin on March 1.

·        CANCELLATION OF CBSE BOARD EXAM 2021 NOT A POSSIBILITY

·        The CBSE board exams will have 33 percent internal choice with 30 percent of the reduced syllabus

Through a live Twitter session, the minister further notified that the CBSE practical exams will be held on 1st March and the CBSE Board exam 2021 result will be declared by July 15. The CBSE board exams will have 33 percent internal choice with 30 percent of the reduced syllabus, the Minister added.

Following the announcement of commencing the CBSE Board Exams 2021 from May, the central board of secondary education (CBSE) issuing a statement said, "Schools will be allowed to conduct Practical/Project/Internal Assessment of Class 10 and Class 12 from 1 March 2021 to the last date of conduct of theory examination of these classes. Date sheet of both Class 10th & 12th will be issued soon."

Given that now the mode of examination is confirmed as being offline, students are sure to be looking for online platforms to guide them in their board Exam preparation strategies as well as for clearing their confusions and doubts. Filo is one such platform where CBSE Board Toppers Studying in Various Delhi University Colleges are mentoring the students distressed about the board Exams. Link http://findfilo.com/download

Normally, the CBSE board exam dates are usually announced by November in the previous year but this time there has been a big delay in the announcement and a lot of confusion regarding the CBSE Board Examination 2021, owing to the Covid-19 pandemic situation.

This delay resulted in numerous speculations of whether the CBSE board exams 2021 would be canceled or whether a further syllabus reduction is on the cards after CBSE reduced the syllabus for class 10 and 12 students by 30% for the board exams 2021.

Students in general have not been able to attend schools ever since the lockdown started back in March 2020 and as such are rendered without proper guidance since there have been no physical classes and lessons. In such a situation, most have looked to online sources Such as YouTube, FILO and others for study material, tips, motivation and guidance.

Regarding the speculations of Cancelling the CBSE Board exam 2021, Dr. Pokhriyal said that the board exams would not be held online and hinted that no further syllabus reduction would be carried out. He ruled out the possibility of Claiming it might result in students facing a lot of trouble in getting jobs and perusal of higher education in near future.

The year “2020” has been especially hard for students who could not attend schools since the month of march back in 2020 and had no physical interactions with teachers. The Classes were held in an online mode and as such there has been a rise in the online educational Platforms. The FILO APP has proved to be one such platform where students from IIT’s and the top colleges of the North Campus , Delhi University are mentoring students appearing in the recent CBSE Board Exams. Whether it is concept clarification, exam preparation strategies, or simply a confidence-boosting session, these highly efficient Mentors are available 24/7 to cater to students queries, either through a phone call or a video call. No matter which part of the country, Filo is equally approachable to all. The best part is that the subscription to this APP for a student is completely FREE.

Given the previous year was very perilous and hard especially for the student community, Filo APP has turned out to be the perfect and an improved alternative of a Crash Course, where students not only learn to maximize the efficiency of the time but also enhance their self-studying capabilities.


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RRB NTPC PHASE 2 EXAM: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW

RRB NTPC is one the most sought-after exams in India. For 35,277 vacancies, Lakhs of candidates have applied and this in itself highlights the cut-throat competition. The Recruitment Notification has been released for Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) Posts by Railway Recruitment Board (RRB).

UPDATES FROM THE RAILWAY MINISTRY


On 2nd January 2021, Railway ministry of India released the RRB NTPC CBT 1 exam dates for the second phase. The exam will be conducted from January 16 to 30, 2021. Approximately, 27 lakh candidates will appear for the exam.

The 2nd phase of 1st computer-based test will be held from 16/01/2021 to 31/01/2021 for approximately 27 lakh candidates.

Candidates that come under this phase, the link for viewing exam city and date and downloading of free travelling authority for SC/ST will be made available on all RRB websites before 6/01/2021.

E-call letters can be downloaded 4 days prior to the exam date mentioned in the exam city and date imitation link.

All the necessary details have been sent to the candidates on their registered Email and Mobile Numbers.

RRB NTPC SYLLABUS AND EXAM PATTERN


RRB NTPC Exam Pattern


Like most of the Govt. Exams, the exam of RRB NTPC 2021 will be conducted in the below-mentioned steps:

● First Stage of CBT,

● Second Stage of CBT,

● Typing Test (Skill Test)/ Aptitude Test,

● Document Verification

● Medical Examination

The candidates must qualify each stage in order to be eligible for an appointment at the Indian Railways.

RRB NTPC Syllabus 2020

Standard of questions prescribed in RRB NTPC syllabus is of Class 10, 12 and graduation levels. The mathematics section comprises questions from Number System, Decimals, Fractions, LCM, HCF, Ratio and Proportions, Percentage, Mensuration, Time and Work, Time and Distance, etc. The General Intelligence and Reasoning section will have questions from Analogies, Completion of Number and Alphabetical Series, Coding and Decoding, Mathematical Operations, Similarities and Differences, Relationships, Analytical Reasoning, Syllogism, Data Sufficiency, etc. General Awareness questions will be from the current events happening in and around the world.

The syllabus of the RRB NTPC is exclusively covered by Filo, which is the perfect option to revise the whole syllabus in the minimum time taken. This not only enables the Preparing candidate to save his precious time by clearing any doubts in the most efficient way but also enables him to do a crash course of the entire syllabus in the most economical and judicious way as the Filo APP is Free and there are mentoring tutors available 24/7.

Note: The syllabus is the same for the CBT 1 and CBT 2 but the exam pattern varies in the two exams.

CBT 1 Exam Pattern

This phase of the exam is just a screening round and the marks of CBT phase 1 are not included in the final merit list. The normalized score of CBT 1 shall be used for shortlisting of candidates for CBT 2 which will be around 20 times the vacancies. All the questions will be objective in nature, i.e., Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s).

This exam consists of three sections

● General awareness: 40 questions

● Mathematics: 30 questions

● General Intelligence and Reasoning: 30 questions

While each question comprises 1 mark, there will be a negative marking of 1/3 Marks for every question wrongly attempted. No marks will be deducted for a question left unanswered. Time duration of the exam will be of 90 minutes while PWD candidates accompanies with scribes will be allotted a time duration of 120 minutes

Syllabus

Mathematics:

Number system, decimals, fractions, HFC, Ratio and proportion, percentage, mensuration, time and work, time and distance, simple and compound interest, profit and loss, elementary algebra, geometry, trigonometry, elementary statistics etc.


GENERAL INTELLIGENCE AND REASONING

Analogies, competition of number and alphabetical series, coding and decoding, number & Alphabet Series, Classification, mathematical operations, similarities and differences, relationships, analytical reasoning, syllogism, jumbling, Venn diagrams, puzzles, data sufficiency, statement- conclusion, statement- course of action, decision making, maps, interpretation of graphs etc.


GENERAL AWARENESS

Current Events of National and International Importance, Games and Sports, Art and Culture of India, Indian Literature, Monuments and Places of India, General Science and Life Science (up to 10th CBSE), History of India and Freedom Struggle. Physical, Social and Economic Geography of India and World. Indian Polity and Governance— constitution and political system. General Scientific and Technological Developments including Space and Nuclear Program of India, UN and Other important World Organizations. Environmental Issues Concerning India and World at Large, Basics of Computers and Computer Applications, Common Abbreviations. Transport Systems in India, Indian Economy. Famous Personalities of India and World, Flagship Government Programs, F1ora and Fauna of India. Important Government and Public Sector Organizations of India etc.


RRB NTPC CBT 2 Exam Pattern

This round consists of both a screening as well as the scoring i.e., the marks of CBT 2 will be included in the final merit list. This round decides the merit of the candidate. The candidates will have to secure more marks in order to meet the required RRB NTPC Cut-Off.

The normalized score of CBT 2 shall be used for shortlisting of candidates for Skill Test/ Aptitude Test. RRB NTPC Phase-II will as well have MCQ’s.

This exam consists of 120 questions where

● General awareness: 50 questions

● Mathematics: 35 questions

● General Intelligence and Reasoning: 35 questions

While each question comprises 1 mark, there will be a negative marking of 1/3 Marks for every question wrongly attempted. No marks will be deducted for a question left unanswered. Time duration of the exam will be of 90 minutes while PWD candidates accompanied with scribes will be allotted a time duration of 120 minutes.

Syllabus

The syllabus for the three sections i.e., Mathematics, General intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness is the same as the syllabus of the CBT 1, however one can expect an improvement in the standard and difficulty of the questions.

The normalized marks scored by the candidate in the 2nd stage CBT shall be used for shortlisting the candidates for document verification for the posts which do not have Typing Skill Test/Computer based Aptitude Test. For the posts having Typing Skill Test/Computer based Aptitude Test, the normalized marks scored by the candidate in the 2n stage CBT shall be used for shortlisting the candidates for Typing Skill Test/Computer based Aptitude Test.

All three sections of the CPT 1 and 2 are being exclusively covered by the Filo APP, which has a tutor base from the top IIT’s and University of Delhi colleges. This ensures that the doubt clarification is coming from the best of the best from their respective fields, be it maths, logical reasoning or general awareness.

Note: in both the CBT 1 and 2 minimum percentage of marks for eligibility in various categories: M R-40%, EWS- 40%, OBC (Non creamy layer) -50%, SC-30%, ST-25%. These percentages of marks for eligibility may be relaxed by 2% for PwD candidates in case of shortage of PwD candidates against vacancies reserved for them.

ADMIT CARD

Candidates can download RRB NTPC 2020 admit card for CBT 1 phase 1, 2 from the official website of regional RRB. Candidates need registration number and date of birth to download the Admit cards.

EXAM CENTRE AND CITY

The steps to view the RRB NTPC exam city are given below.

● Visit the official websites of 21 RRBs

● Click the link 'Login to view exam city'

● Enter user ID and password

● The details of the exam city will appear on the screen

● Check the exam city and save the details

Note: Candidates could select five exam cities for the exam.

Documents to carry to RRB NTPC exam centre

● RRB NTPC Admit card

● Photo ID (Includes Aadhaar Card, Driving License, Ration Card etc.)

● A passport size photograph

Exam day guidelines for RRB NTPC

● Candidates should reach RRB NTPC exam centre at least an hour before the exam commences

● They must carry all the required documents while appearing for the exam

● Candidates should not carry any electronic gadget inside the examination hall

● Due to COVID-19, candidates need to wear masks.

Eligibility

● For 7th CPC Level 2 and 3 undergraduate level posts, candidates should be between 18 to 30 years.

● The age limit prescribed for Graduate level posts is 18 to 33 years.

Note: Relaxation in age is provided to candidates belonging to the reserved categories.

Educational qualification: For undergraduate posts, candidates must have passed class 12 or 10+2. For graduate posts, candidates must be a graduate from a recognised university.

The exam will be conducted in 15 languages.

RRB NTPC Preparation

Due to many applicants, the competition is going to be tough. Therefore, candidates need to prepare well to crack it.

Candidates must have a clear idea about the exam pattern and syllabus. They can keep an eye on the previous years' question papers. They should Have a clear concept on each and every topic.

FILO APP is one excellent online platform offering solutions for basic concept clearing and mentorship when preparing for Government job exams and competitive examinations. The tutor base of FILO is exclusively from the Top IIT’s and elite colleges from the University of Delhi which means that your needs are being catered to by the best of the best. Given the APP is FREE, very User Friendly, Easy to use and tutors are responding to questions and queries throughout the 24 hours of a day, this APP provides a Crash course of the whole syllabus of RRB NTPC exam. This not only saves the time of the candidate but also increases the efficiency of the preparation and enhances the self-studying abilities of the candidates.


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29 January 2021 5 minutes read

Filo Micro-Classes is the lifeline if a student is looking for a way to get hold on certain chapters which they missed in their schools or coaching classes or study one specific topic without having to study the whole syllabus and get relief from again paying hefty amount to various coaching’s for just a select few topics.



If a student has doubt or missed the part of syllabus say, the EMI concept from physics or the Resonance part from organic chemistry, they now get the chance to select only those topics to be taught in a live interactive Class instead of having to go a coaching which will teach them the entire syllabus or uploaded studying videos which cannot answer their questions in real time, then and there.

At rates as low as 10, a student can avail the classes of Top JEE/NEET experts who will not only reveal the secrets to Cracking the exams with highest ranks but also inculcate in the student an ability to think more efficiently and effectively.

You just click below for Free registration and select as many topics as you want to improve by attending their Micro classes by the most accomplished experts.


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29 January 2021 5 minutes read

Filo Micro-Classes is the lifeline if a student is looking for a way to get hold on certain chapters which they missed in their schools or coaching classes or study one specific topic without having to study the whole syllabus and get relief from again paying hefty amount to various coaching’s for just a select few topics.



If a student has doubt or missed the part of syllabus say, the EMI concept from physics or the Resonance part from organic chemistry, they now get the chance to select only those topics to be taught in a live interactive Class instead of having to go a coaching which will teach them the entire syllabus or uploaded studying videos which cannot answer their questions in real time, then and there.

At rates as low as 10, a student can avail the classes of Top JEE/NEET experts who will not only reveal the secrets to Cracking the exams with highest ranks but also inculcate in the student an ability to think more efficiently and effectively.

You just click below for Free registration and select as many topics as you want to improve by attending their Micro classes by the most accomplished experts.


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How to score 99+ percentile in JEE 2021 in under two months

The applicant count for JEE 2021 is in the millions and when there's just a limited number of days left for the JEE 2021, one needs to take their preparation to the next level. Based on what experts say about short-term preparation, here are a few things that students might want to keep in mind if they want to crack a 99+ percentile in JEE 2021 in under two months -

JEE 2021 has a vast syllabus and students naturally have low retention for that vast syllabus. The majority of the students face difficulties in the coverage of topics and that makes their preparation harder than it should be. What students should do is to look to revise 10 topics a day, every day. In a way, they would be going through the entire syllabus cyclically which would keep their knowledge retention high and fresh. When there are just two months left for the exam, students need to cover a vast array of topics, and while doing so they tend to forget the concepts from the topics studied a few days ago. Students must find a balance between studying crunch topics and revising old ones, for that students must dedicate 6 hours to studying new topics while dedicating another 6 to revise the old ones. The chapters and bigger topics must be broken into smaller pieces. The cyclical way of revision and studying will help them, as it will force every topic in the syllabus to swirl through your brain every two weeks and that will keep their memory of the topics and concepts fresh at all times.

The distribution can look like this - Each week consisting of 20 topics and the same for the next week. Each day can encompass 3 topics from a subject. The entire length of the syllabus can be revised cyclically with this method.

Another important facet to consider while preparing in the last few days is that students must keep giving tests alongside the quick revision. Tests that are mock tests for JEE Mains and JEE Advanced will give the students an opportunity to face a wide and different variety of questions that too of varying difficulties. This will keep them on their toes.

And in all of this journey over the course of two months, if you find yourself getting stuck on any topics or questions, then don't hesitate to use Filo to connect with IITians on video calls, who are available 24x7 to cater to your needs, that too for free !! Download Filo Now


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What to expect from NEET 2021

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, or NEET 2021, is expected to be held on May 2, 2021. Here are the 10 things students may need to know about the NEET 2021 exam:

1. NEET 2021 will be an offline exam conducted across centers in India. The exam tests in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. The exam pattern is - A total of 180 MCQs will be in the exam. Of the 180 questions, 90 will be from Biology, while 45 questions will be from Chemistry and Physics. Candidates are given three hours to attempt the exam.

2. Students can choose to give the exam from one of the following languages: English, Hindi, Odia, Bengali, Kannada, Tamil, Assamese, Gujarati, Telegu, Marathi, and Urdu.

3. The NEET 2021 registrations have been started from the first week of December 2020.

4. The application process for NEET 2021 has five steps - The online registration, The detail filling part of the application, Uploading of the scanned images of the candidate's photograph and signature, Paying the application fee, and Taking the print outs of the applications and the fee payment receipt.

5. In case of corrections in the NEET 2021 application, students do that from the third week of January 2021 to the last week of January 2021.

6. The application fee for NEET 2021 is as follows - For the General/OBC category: Rs 1400, For the SC/ST category: Rs 750.

7. The NTA website will have the NEET 2021 admit card made available to download from the final week of March 2021.

8. The NEET 2021 answer key will be released by NTA on their website in the second week of May 2021.

9. NTA will release the NEET 2021 exam results in the first week of June 2021.

10. For students who face doubts, queries, and questions regarding NEET 2021, feel free to click here to connect with the top experts from each subject.


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What will set apart toppers from the crowd in JEE 2021?

There are millions of students that are set to appear for the JEE 2021 and despite the best efforts, only a handful of them are going to make it into the cream of the rankings. That brings us to the question - What sets apart toppers from the crowd in such a competitive exam? Here are a few things that previous years’ toppers have to say about making the cut -

1. Belief in oneself -

One of the most important things that a student needs to succeed is a strong belief in oneself and their abilities. Students need to remind themselves of this fact daily. Doing so will etch this belief in their subconscious mind and that will always give them confidence.

2. Be well-versed with NCERT to the last detail

Students preparing for IIT JEE from class 11, and especially without coaching, should recognize that NCERT is one of the most crucial materials for the exam. Almost all the questions featured in the JEE Mains and JEE Advanced too are based on NCERT books. So students should make sure that they are extremely well-versed with the NCERT books thoroughly. A thorough grasp of NCERT will ensure that students can crack the JEE Mains without even coaching.

3. A Time Table/Schedule

Successful people have a trait in common, they always have a set timeline towards their goals - a timetable or a schedule. Students must also recognize that there is nothing more precious than time.

If you really want to be in the cream of the rankings then need to crack the IIT JEE Advanced. For that one needs to know how to utilize time effectively and what topics should get more time and which ones should get less time.

For that students should make a timetable and follow it strictly. And as such for the preparation of JEE Advanced 2021, students need to give at least 10-12 hours daily.

Students should divide their time into three equal parts and study accordingly.

4. Make Your Own Notes

Most students suffer because they do not make their own notes. Making one's own notes help with revision and clearing of concepts on a later date. During the final stages of the preparation, it’s very difficult to go through entire books and so the notes came in handy for such times.

It has been suggested that students should make three separate notebooks for each subject and write down all the formulas of each chapter, and after each formula have two or three solved problems related to the formula.

Also, pro tip - write the SI Units after each solution, this will help with SI Unit questions. Keep revising the formula book every 15 days.

5. Previous Years’ Papers

To get the best feel for the JEE, students can take the help of the exam papers from the previous years. Students should attempt these papers at regular intervals of time. Since currently, JEE Mains occurs two times a day, students can get their hands on around 8 to 10 papers from each year.

Begin solving the papers chapter-wise first, then as a whole.

6. Practise on Test Series

Practice for the exam environment is really crucial for the students who want to make it to the top tiers. Students are encouraged to join a couple of test series. The test series can be joined online these days. Students should try and solve the complete Test series with complete dedication and time consideration. This will help them fare well in JEE Mains and JEE Advanced.

7. Students need smart work

Students need to be creative and need to employ smart work instead of hard work these days. Most students spend so much time on reading lengthy chapters from which only a few questions appear in the exam. Students should smartly divide their time and give more time to chapters that are going to give good returns.

Division of time based on weightage is critical for students to crack the top ranks in the JEE 2021.

8. Don’t go heavy with too many books

Several students emphasize on buying several books for each subject. This leads to them trying to read all of them or none of them. Toppers advise that students should buy just one or two books for every subject and try to get their grasp on those books. Trying to learn concepts from several books can lead to confusion.

9. Distractions

Social media has turned out to be the biggest distraction for students in today’s time. A lot of time can be utilized on important preparation aspects.

If you want to be inside the top ranks, you need to cut out the distractions. Try and distance yourself from mobile phones when studying. Focus is critical.

10. Shortcuts are not all bad

Time is a big constraint in the JEE Mains exam and so to solve a maximum number of questions in the given time you will need to employ shortcuts.

Students should go to YouTube and other such resources and scourge for shortcuts in Maths or Physical Chemistry and such. This will help you save time.

11. Don’t let doubts linger

Students tend to let go of the concepts they could not get cleared in class or coaching. This should not be the case if they want to crack into the top ranks. They should always go back to the uncleared concepts. For this students can take the use of the Filo app, where IITians are available 24x7 to help them out over video calls, that too for free.


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What will set apart toppers from the crowd in NEET 2021?

There are millions of students that are set to appear for the NEET 2021 and despite the best efforts, only a handful of them are going to make it into the cream of the rankings. That brings us to the question - What sets apart toppers from the crowd in such a competitive exam? Here are a few things that previous years’ toppers have to say about making the cut -

1. Belief in oneself -

One of the most important things that a student needs to succeed is a strong belief in oneself and their abilities. Students need to remind themselves of this fact daily. Doing so will etch this belief in their subconscious mind and that will always give them confidence.

2. Be well-versed with NCERT to the last detail

Students preparing for NEET from class 11, and especially without coaching, should recognize that NCERT is one of the most crucial materials for the exam. Questions featured in the NEET are based on NCERT books. So students should make sure that they are extremely well-versed with the NCERT books thoroughly. A thorough grasp of NCERT will ensure that students can crack the NEET without even coaching.

3. A Time Table/Schedule

Successful people have a trait in common, they always have a set timeline towards their goals - a timetable or a schedule. Students must also recognize that there is nothing more precious than time.

If you really want to be in the cream of the rankings then need to crack the NEET 2021. For that one needs to know how to utilize time effectively and what topics should get more time and which ones should get less time.

For that students should make a timetable and follow it strictly. And as such for the preparation of NEET 2021, students need to give at least 10-12 hours daily.

Students should divide their time into three equal parts and study accordingly.

4. Make Your Own Notes

Most students suffer because they do not make their own notes. Making one's own notes help with revision and clearing of concepts on a later date. During the final stages of the preparation, it’s very difficult to go through entire books and so the notes came in handy for such times.

It has been suggested that students should make three separate notebooks for each subject and write down all the formulas of each chapter, and after each formula have two or three solved problems related to the formula.

Also, pro tip - write the SI Units after each solution, this will help with SI Unit questions. Keep revising the formula book every 15 days.

5. Previous Years’ Papers

To get the best feel for the NEET 2021, students can take the help of the exam papers from the previous years. Students should attempt these papers at regular intervals of time. Since currently, NEET 2021 occurs two times a day, students can get their hands on around 8 to 10 papers from each year.

Begin solving the papers chapter-wise first, then as a whole.

6. Practise on Test Series

Practice for the exam environment is really crucial for the students who want to make it to the top tiers. Students are encouraged to join a couple of test series. The test series can be joined online these days. Students should try and solve the complete Test series with complete dedication and time consideration. This will help them fare well in NEET.

7. Students need smart work

Students need to be creative and need to employ smart work instead of hard work these days. Most students spend so much time on reading lengthy chapters from which only a few questions appear in the exam. Students should smartly divide their time and give more time to chapters that are going to give good returns.

Division of time based on weightage is critical for students to crack the top ranks in the NEET 2021.

8. Don’t go heavy with too many books

Several students emphasize on buying several books for each subject. This leads to them trying to read all of them or none of them. Toppers advise that students should buy just one or two books for every subject and try to get their grasp on those books. Trying to learn concepts from several books can lead to confusion.

9. Distractions

Social media has turned out to be the biggest distraction for students in today’s time. A lot of time can be utilized on important preparation aspects.

If you want to be inside the top ranks, you need to cut out the distractions. Try and distance yourself from mobile phones when studying. Focus is critical.

10. Shortcuts are not all bad

Time is a big constraint in the NEET 2021 exam and so to solve a maximum number of questions in the given time you will need to employ shortcuts.

Students should go to YouTube and other such resources and scourge for shortcuts in Chemistry and such. This will help you save time.

11. Don’t let doubts linger

Students tend to let go of the concepts they could not get cleared in class or coaching. This should not be the case if they want to crack into the top ranks. They should always go back to the uncleared concepts. For this students can take the use of theFilo app, where doctors and medical students are available 24x7 to help them out over video calls, that too for free.


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CBSE BOARD EXAMINATION 2021 : LATEST ANNOUNCEMENT AND UPDATES

Dates for class 10 and 12 CBSE board exams have been released. The Union Minister of Education, Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nihsak released the dates for the much-anticipated CBSE Board exams 2021 on the eve of New Year. As of now, the minister revealed in a tweet that the exams will commence from May 4 and end before June 10.

https://twitter.com/DrRPNishank/status/1344825671827279872

HIGHLIGHTS

·        The CBSE board exams 2021 for classes 10 and 12 will begin on May 4.

·        The CBSE board practical exams 2021 will begin on March 1.

·        CANCELLATION OF CBSE BOARD EXAM 2021 NOT A POSSIBILITY

·        The CBSE board exams will have 33 percent internal choice with 30 percent of the reduced syllabus

Through a live Twitter session, the minister further notified that the CBSE practical exams will be held on 1st March and the CBSE Board exam 2021 result will be declared by July 15. The CBSE board exams will have 33 percent internal choice with 30 percent of the reduced syllabus, the Minister added.

Following the announcement of commencing the CBSE Board Exams 2021 from May, the central board of secondary education (CBSE) issuing a statement said, "Schools will be allowed to conduct Practical/Project/Internal Assessment of Class 10 and Class 12 from 1 March 2021 to the last date of conduct of theory examination of these classes. Date sheet of both Class 10th & 12th will be issued soon."

Given that now the mode of examination is confirmed as being offline, students are sure to be looking for online platforms to guide them in their board Exam preparation strategies as well as for clearing their confusions and doubts. Filo is one such platform where CBSE Board Toppers Studying in Various Delhi University Colleges are mentoring the students distressed about the board Exams. Link http://findfilo.com/download

Normally, the CBSE board exam dates are usually announced by November in the previous year but this time there has been a big delay in the announcement and a lot of confusion regarding the CBSE Board Examination 2021, owing to the Covid-19 pandemic situation.

This delay resulted in numerous speculations of whether the CBSE board exams 2021 would be canceled or whether a further syllabus reduction is on the cards after CBSE reduced the syllabus for class 10 and 12 students by 30% for the board exams 2021.

Students in general have not been able to attend schools ever since the lockdown started back in March 2020 and as such are rendered without proper guidance since there have been no physical classes and lessons. In such a situation, most have looked to online sources Such as YouTube, FILO and others for study material, tips, motivation and guidance.

Regarding the speculations of Cancelling the CBSE Board exam 2021, Dr. Pokhriyal said that the board exams would not be held online and hinted that no further syllabus reduction would be carried out. He ruled out the possibility of Claiming it might result in students facing a lot of trouble in getting jobs and perusal of higher education in near future.

The year “2020” has been especially hard for students who could not attend schools since the month of march back in 2020 and had no physical interactions with teachers. The Classes were held in an online mode and as such there has been a rise in the online educational Platforms. The FILO APP has proved to be one such platform where students from IIT’s and the top colleges of the North Campus , Delhi University are mentoring students appearing in the recent CBSE Board Exams. Whether it is concept clarification, exam preparation strategies, or simply a confidence-boosting session, these highly efficient Mentors are available 24/7 to cater to students queries, either through a phone call or a video call. No matter which part of the country, Filo is equally approachable to all. The best part is that the subscription to this APP for a student is completely FREE.

Given the previous year was very perilous and hard especially for the student community, Filo APP has turned out to be the perfect and an improved alternative of a Crash Course, where students not only learn to maximize the efficiency of the time but also enhance their self-studying capabilities.


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RRB NTPC PHASE 2 EXAM: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW

RRB NTPC is one the most sought-after exams in India. For 35,277 vacancies, Lakhs of candidates have applied and this in itself highlights the cut-throat competition. The Recruitment Notification has been released for Non-Technical Popular Categories (NTPC) Posts by Railway Recruitment Board (RRB).

UPDATES FROM THE RAILWAY MINISTRY


On 2nd January 2021, Railway ministry of India released the RRB NTPC CBT 1 exam dates for the second phase. The exam will be conducted from January 16 to 30, 2021. Approximately, 27 lakh candidates will appear for the exam.

The 2nd phase of 1st computer-based test will be held from 16/01/2021 to 31/01/2021 for approximately 27 lakh candidates.

Candidates that come under this phase, the link for viewing exam city and date and downloading of free travelling authority for SC/ST will be made available on all RRB websites before 6/01/2021.

E-call letters can be downloaded 4 days prior to the exam date mentioned in the exam city and date imitation link.

All the necessary details have been sent to the candidates on their registered Email and Mobile Numbers.

RRB NTPC SYLLABUS AND EXAM PATTERN


RRB NTPC Exam Pattern


Like most of the Govt. Exams, the exam of RRB NTPC 2021 will be conducted in the below-mentioned steps:

● First Stage of CBT,

● Second Stage of CBT,

● Typing Test (Skill Test)/ Aptitude Test,

● Document Verification

● Medical Examination

The candidates must qualify each stage in order to be eligible for an appointment at the Indian Railways.

RRB NTPC Syllabus 2020

Standard of questions prescribed in RRB NTPC syllabus is of Class 10, 12 and graduation levels. The mathematics section comprises questions from Number System, Decimals, Fractions, LCM, HCF, Ratio and Proportions, Percentage, Mensuration, Time and Work, Time and Distance, etc. The General Intelligence and Reasoning section will have questions from Analogies, Completion of Number and Alphabetical Series, Coding and Decoding, Mathematical Operations, Similarities and Differences, Relationships, Analytical Reasoning, Syllogism, Data Sufficiency, etc. General Awareness questions will be from the current events happening in and around the world.

The syllabus of the RRB NTPC is exclusively covered by Filo, which is the perfect option to revise the whole syllabus in the minimum time taken. This not only enables the Preparing candidate to save his precious time by clearing any doubts in the most efficient way but also enables him to do a crash course of the entire syllabus in the most economical and judicious way as the Filo APP is Free and there are mentoring tutors available 24/7.

Note: The syllabus is the same for the CBT 1 and CBT 2 but the exam pattern varies in the two exams.

CBT 1 Exam Pattern

This phase of the exam is just a screening round and the marks of CBT phase 1 are not included in the final merit list. The normalized score of CBT 1 shall be used for shortlisting of candidates for CBT 2 which will be around 20 times the vacancies. All the questions will be objective in nature, i.e., Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s).

This exam consists of three sections

● General awareness: 40 questions

● Mathematics: 30 questions

● General Intelligence and Reasoning: 30 questions

While each question comprises 1 mark, there will be a negative marking of 1/3 Marks for every question wrongly attempted. No marks will be deducted for a question left unanswered. Time duration of the exam will be of 90 minutes while PWD candidates accompanies with scribes will be allotted a time duration of 120 minutes

Syllabus

Mathematics:

Number system, decimals, fractions, HFC, Ratio and proportion, percentage, mensuration, time and work, time and distance, simple and compound interest, profit and loss, elementary algebra, geometry, trigonometry, elementary statistics etc.


GENERAL INTELLIGENCE AND REASONING

Analogies, competition of number and alphabetical series, coding and decoding, number & Alphabet Series, Classification, mathematical operations, similarities and differences, relationships, analytical reasoning, syllogism, jumbling, Venn diagrams, puzzles, data sufficiency, statement- conclusion, statement- course of action, decision making, maps, interpretation of graphs etc.


GENERAL AWARENESS

Current Events of National and International Importance, Games and Sports, Art and Culture of India, Indian Literature, Monuments and Places of India, General Science and Life Science (up to 10th CBSE), History of India and Freedom Struggle. Physical, Social and Economic Geography of India and World. Indian Polity and Governance— constitution and political system. General Scientific and Technological Developments including Space and Nuclear Program of India, UN and Other important World Organizations. Environmental Issues Concerning India and World at Large, Basics of Computers and Computer Applications, Common Abbreviations. Transport Systems in India, Indian Economy. Famous Personalities of India and World, Flagship Government Programs, F1ora and Fauna of India. Important Government and Public Sector Organizations of India etc.


RRB NTPC CBT 2 Exam Pattern

This round consists of both a screening as well as the scoring i.e., the marks of CBT 2 will be included in the final merit list. This round decides the merit of the candidate. The candidates will have to secure more marks in order to meet the required RRB NTPC Cut-Off.

The normalized score of CBT 2 shall be used for shortlisting of candidates for Skill Test/ Aptitude Test. RRB NTPC Phase-II will as well have MCQ’s.

This exam consists of 120 questions where

● General awareness: 50 questions

● Mathematics: 35 questions

● General Intelligence and Reasoning: 35 questions

While each question comprises 1 mark, there will be a negative marking of 1/3 Marks for every question wrongly attempted. No marks will be deducted for a question left unanswered. Time duration of the exam will be of 90 minutes while PWD candidates accompanied with scribes will be allotted a time duration of 120 minutes.

Syllabus

The syllabus for the three sections i.e., Mathematics, General intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness is the same as the syllabus of the CBT 1, however one can expect an improvement in the standard and difficulty of the questions.

The normalized marks scored by the candidate in the 2nd stage CBT shall be used for shortlisting the candidates for document verification for the posts which do not have Typing Skill Test/Computer based Aptitude Test. For the posts having Typing Skill Test/Computer based Aptitude Test, the normalized marks scored by the candidate in the 2n stage CBT shall be used for shortlisting the candidates for Typing Skill Test/Computer based Aptitude Test.

All three sections of the CPT 1 and 2 are being exclusively covered by the Filo APP, which has a tutor base from the top IIT’s and University of Delhi colleges. This ensures that the doubt clarification is coming from the best of the best from their respective fields, be it maths, logical reasoning or general awareness.

Note: in both the CBT 1 and 2 minimum percentage of marks for eligibility in various categories: M R-40%, EWS- 40%, OBC (Non creamy layer) -50%, SC-30%, ST-25%. These percentages of marks for eligibility may be relaxed by 2% for PwD candidates in case of shortage of PwD candidates against vacancies reserved for them.

ADMIT CARD

Candidates can download RRB NTPC 2020 admit card for CBT 1 phase 1, 2 from the official website of regional RRB. Candidates need registration number and date of birth to download the Admit cards.

EXAM CENTRE AND CITY

The steps to view the RRB NTPC exam city are given below.

● Visit the official websites of 21 RRBs

● Click the link 'Login to view exam city'

● Enter user ID and password

● The details of the exam city will appear on the screen

● Check the exam city and save the details

Note: Candidates could select five exam cities for the exam.

Documents to carry to RRB NTPC exam centre

● RRB NTPC Admit card

● Photo ID (Includes Aadhaar Card, Driving License, Ration Card etc.)

● A passport size photograph

Exam day guidelines for RRB NTPC

● Candidates should reach RRB NTPC exam centre at least an hour before the exam commences

● They must carry all the required documents while appearing for the exam

● Candidates should not carry any electronic gadget inside the examination hall

● Due to COVID-19, candidates need to wear masks.

Eligibility

● For 7th CPC Level 2 and 3 undergraduate level posts, candidates should be between 18 to 30 years.

● The age limit prescribed for Graduate level posts is 18 to 33 years.

Note: Relaxation in age is provided to candidates belonging to the reserved categories.

Educational qualification: For undergraduate posts, candidates must have passed class 12 or 10+2. For graduate posts, candidates must be a graduate from a recognised university.

The exam will be conducted in 15 languages.

RRB NTPC Preparation

Due to many applicants, the competition is going to be tough. Therefore, candidates need to prepare well to crack it.

Candidates must have a clear idea about the exam pattern and syllabus. They can keep an eye on the previous years' question papers. They should Have a clear concept on each and every topic.

FILO APP is one excellent online platform offering solutions for basic concept clearing and mentorship when preparing for Government job exams and competitive examinations. The tutor base of FILO is exclusively from the Top IIT’s and elite colleges from the University of Delhi which means that your needs are being catered to by the best of the best. Given the APP is FREE, very User Friendly, Easy to use and tutors are responding to questions and queries throughout the 24 hours of a day, this APP provides a Crash course of the whole syllabus of RRB NTPC exam. This not only saves the time of the candidate but also increases the efficiency of the preparation and enhances the self-studying abilities of the candidates.