Here, find below the Class 1st Textbooks of TS 2020 of every subject. Since the COVID_19 pandemic is prevailing, it has been declared lockdown and therefore the students will have a lot of time on their hands to study. So we are providing study materials of class 1, BSETS study materials textbook pdf, of the TS SCERT. These are the textbooks provided by the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), government of Telangana. Please scroll down to view the details regarding the Textbook pdf of TS Class 1st Textbooks.
The BSET (Board of Secondary Education of Telangana) and TS SCERT will be providing all the textbook pdfs for every subject from classes 1st to 10th which is of the academic year 2020-2021. The students are advised to download every e-book from the official website which is of TS SCERT. These pdfs are available in English, Telugu, Hindi, Urdu languages of all subjects.
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During 1950s and 1960s, the best medical colleges in India were established by the state and the central government. Many private colleges have been established in India since 1980s. These medical colleges offer different courses like MBBS, MS, BDS, MD, MDS, etc.
India's 10 Top Medical Colleges - Best Medical Colleges
Some best 10 medical colleges in India provide undergraduate and postgraduate courses where you can get admissions through exams like AIIMS and AIPMT. The quality and the standard of the medical institutes are looked after by the MCI or Medical Council of India.
1. All India Institute of Medical Science, Delhi
In 1956, an autonomous public medical colleges of higher education, the All India Institute of Medical Science or AIIMS New Delhi was established. Th primary aim of AIIMS is to reduce the shortage of doctors. There are 42 different disciplines in this institute and it possesses comprehensive facilities of patient care, research and teaching.
2. Christian Medical College, Vellore
An American missionary, Dr Ida S. Scudder was established the educational and research institute and a tertiary care hospital in 1990. The Christian Medical College or CMC is one of the prominent, well known and top-ranked medical destinations in India. Now, this college offers 150 various post graduate courses in the medical, nursing, allied health disciplines and Ph.D courses.
3. Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, New Delhi
In 1956, the Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi was established. It is the University of Delhi affiliated medical college and it is named after the Indian freedom fighter and the first education minister of independent India Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad. This institute is situated at Bahadur Shah Zafar Road, New Delhi, India.
4. Armed Forces Medical College, Pune
The Armed Forces Medical College or AFMC is affiliated to the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences. This institute is recognised by the Medical Council of India and was established in May 1948. It has been ranked among the best medical colleges in India and it conducts various graduate and postgraduate courses in many disciplines.
5. Kasturba Medical College, Manipal
On 30 June 1953, the Kasturba Medical College or KMC was established by Dr T.M.A. Pai. This institute has been ranked among the best 3 medical colleges in India. It is situated in Manipal, in Karnataka state. The Kasturba Medical College was is recognised by the Medical Council of India. The University conducts entrance exam and thousands and lakhs of students get admission in this institute.
6. Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi
The University of Delhi affiliated Lady Hardinge Medical College was established in 17th March 1914. It is a medical college for women. This institute offers graduate and postgraduate courses. The post graduate courses were started in 1954.
7. Grant Medical College, Mumbai
In 1845, the Grant Government Medical College affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences was established. This institute has been ranked among the top ten medical colleges the country. The Grant Medical College offers the undergraduate degree for 200 students and the various postgraduate degrees in medicine for 100 students.
8. University College of Medical Sciences & GTB Hospital, New Delhi
The University College of Medical Sciences provides medical education to every student who have the qualification to study medicine. This institution was established in 1971 and it is affiliated to the University of Delhi. There are 21 departments at this college and it offers various paramedical and medical courses.
9. King George’s Medical University, Lucknow
The King George’s Medical University is situated in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. For a while, this institution is known as Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University. It was established in the year 1911.
10. Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute, Chennai
On 11 September 1985, Sri Ramachandra Education & Health Trust has established the Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute. It is located in Porur, Chennai. This institution consists of 8 constituent colleges with 45 departments and it offers 92 courses in health care and medical studies. There are more than 3500 students for research.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT) every year. The AIPMT Entrance Exam requires a preparation plan and training. Here we provide you the ten simple tips to crack your AIPMT 2016.
1. NCERT on your tips:
NCERT books consist of all the questions appearing in AIPMT. The students who are going to appear the exam must be thorough with Physics, Chemistry and especially, Biology in 11th and 12th standard. NCERT is a Government organization, and that publishes books on national curriculum framework basis.
Physics: Concepts of Physics by H.C.Verma, NCERT Physics: CBSE PMT by Anil Aggarwal, NCERT- Physics Part 1 and Part 2
Chemistry: GR Bhatla publications by O.P Tondon
Biology: Objective Biology by Dinesh, AIIMS Explorer by MTG publication, Trueman’s objective biology.
Physics: Physics for Medical Entrance Examinations by D.C Pandey (Arihant Publications)
Chemistry: O.P Tondon by GR Bhatla publications, A book by Arihant Publications
2. Practice previous years question paper:
Practice the previous question papers of AIPMT exam. Also, check and solve the JIPMER, RPET, and AIIMS question papers as a part of your preparation. Practicing every question papers will not only improve your speed, but it will inform your voids in the study regime.
The students are advised to concentrate on the important topics to prepare the AIPMT Exam. The topics are as follows:
Physics- Mechanics, Optics, Thermodynamics and Nuclear physics.
Chemistry- Mole concept, General organic chemistry, Periodic Table, Chemical bonding, Co-ordination chemistry.
Biology- Ecology and Environment, Genetics, Cell Biology, Morphology of plants and animals, Reproduction in plants and animals, Physiology of plants and animals, Basics of Biotechnology.
Solve MCQs as much as you can from NCERT Reference books or from online. Practising MCQ’s will helps you to test your understanding and crack AIPMT.
5. Learn Regularly:
You should study at least 4-5 hours every day. Select the books and topics to prepare with a planning. Concentrate on solving numerical for Physics and Chemistry. But in Biology, focus on Plants (Botany) rather than on Animals.
6. Mock Tests:
Are you preparing for the AIPMT Entrance Exam? Just practice the mock exams through online or any mode twice a week. It will increase your confidence level. Analyse your mistakes in the test and try never to repeat. Don't be worried about the marks.
Revision is necessary for the preparation of the exam. Always make a timetable for revision. A timetable can include which topics to revise on which dates so that you can thoroughly focus on them. Revise the topics on a daily or weekly basis. Don't left it for the last month before the exam. Prepare flash cards for the ease in memorising in the case of topics with formulae. Be Confident before the exams with all the revision you have done.
8. Exam Pattern:
The exam pattern for the AIPMT Entrance Exam is given below:
No. of Questions
Total Marks – Each Question Carry 4 Marks
4 Marks for each correct response
AIPMT 2015 Marking Scheme
1 Mark to be deducted for incorrect response
9. Make Charts:
Make charts while studying the topics. It will be useful when you forgot something you studied. The charts will help you in the revision time. The periodic table and formulae in the chart will remember the things you have studied.
10. Your Strengths and Weakness:
Every student has specific strengths and specific weaknesses. While preparing, the students need to keep a separate notebook and note your mistakes and try never to repeat. If you are not clear on your weaknesses, then you are not clear on your strengths. So try to find out it first. The students have better to perform the exam well by playing to your strengths and sailing through the weaknesses.