Nations around the world send a team of four students who are tested on their chemistry knowledge and skills in a five-hour laboratory practical and five-hour written theoretical examination that are held on separate days with the practical examination usually being before the theoretical examination. The program is intended to stimulate student interest in chemistry through independent and creative solving of chemical problems. It also aims to promote international contacts in chemistry, friendships between young scientific workers of different nationalities, cooperation among pupils, and exchange of pedagogical and scientific experience in chemistry.
Content[ edit ] The Entrance examination contains 3 papers: Each paper carries 50 marks and it follows Multiple Choice Question pattern. The performance in the TNPCEE is combined with the performance in the Class 12 Board Examination to arrive at a "cut-off" which is used to determine the rank of the students.
Before that an interview was conducted but this was found to be inadequate. Anna University has the impeccable record of conducting the test without any question or answers keys being leaked.
The first one was the wrong questions asked in the question paper which occurred two years in a row. The ostensible reason is to create a level playing field for the rural students. The Government claims that urban students have an edge in the Entrance Examination.
The Class 12 Board Examination is insufficient when it comes to ranking the students. Many students obtain the same marks and to break the tie it was suggested that date of birth be used.
This would certainly cause heart-burn among the students. High court of Chennai quashed this idea of admission. This consortium then conducted an exam called the CET on 15th and 16 July. Counselling for general category candidates started on 21 July The vacancy positions at the end of each day are shown on the Anna University Website.
There is, however, no information brochure available online. This has led to increased number of seats from self-financing and government colleges for the open category. Seats that have been taken and discarded will not be available to other deserving students but will be wasted for a year and then offered to diploma holders who are eligible for lateral entry.
Counselling process[ edit ] The candidates are divided into time-slots according to their state rank and are required to report at the counselling venue at their allotted slot. Here, they can collect their counselling passes after paying the counselling fee.
The students then go to the "Briefing Hall" where there are two big screens showing the seats that are currently available in all colleges under the TNPCEE.
Here, the original certificates are verified and the candidates are called for the actually counselling in order of their state rank. Once in the counselling room, there are around 40 terminals at which students can make their choice.
Each terminal has a person who assists the student in the counselling. When a student is allotted a terminal, the student is supposed to enter their top three choices.
Before doing this, the student can check up on seat status of various colleges. Once this is done, a screen appears which shows choices and also how many people above you are yet to click their choices.
You will be able to freeze a choice only when students above you in rank have frozen theirs.
As the number of students above you keeps decreasing, if there is a sure chance of your getting your preferred college and branch, that particular choice becomes green indicating that your seat there is assured.The main purpose of the Qualifying Examination (QE) is to validate that you are academically qualified to conceptualize a research topic, undertake scholarly research and successfully produce the dissertation required for a doctoral degree.
The committee consists of four Chemistry Graduate Group members and one faculty member external to the program.
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