Want To Take BITSAT?
Posted on November 18, 2016
BITSAT is one of the Top Engineering entrances in India, which is being conducted by the Birla Institute of Technology and Science(BITS). The score of BITSAT decides your fate of getting admissions into any of these prestigious Institutes of BITS, located in different parts of the country like Pilani, Goa, Hyderabad and one in abroad, i.e Dubai.
This Institute was set up by Ghanshyam Das Birla in the year 1964. From the day of its establishment till date it has been consistently offering students quality education; outranking even the IITs that were considered as abode for knowledge excellence. Over the years, BITS have etched a name for itself in the the list of ‘best institutes’ for engineering. It follows an updated, contemporary pattern of education that is highly notable. It has tie-ups with some of the most renowned foreign universities like Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA etc. Also, its placements record is commendable because of why it is critically acclaimed among the student community both in India and abroad. It has produced some of the best minds in the country like- Sharat Dhall- President, Yatra.com; Prithviraj Chavan- Former Chief Minister of Maharashtra and Former Union Minister Science and Technology, Govt. of India; Sunil Duggal- CEO of Dabur; Manu Sawhney- CEO of ESPN Star Sports and Director of Manchester United F.C.; Prof. Krishna Saraswat- Educators/Researchers at Stanford University; Uthej N Simha- IFS,MEA,GOVT. OF INDIA; Deendayal Upadhyaya- President of Bharatiya Jana Sangh, etc., to name a few.
In order to earn a seat in BITS, a student needs to have a BITSAT score of more than 300. But, before searching ways to crack BITSAT, it is important that students have the basic details about the exam like- cut offs, exam pattern, syllabus, etc. Otherwise, it will be utterly futile to start off with preparation. Without these basic informations a student will not be able to follow a proper time-table for studies, as a result of which he will face shortage of time and in the long run it will hamper his performance in the examination.
The examination is an online computer based test and is conducted for a specific period of time throughout the year. Candidates have the liberty to choose a date and center according to their convenience. There are a total of 150 questions in the examination. Once the 150 questions are attempted, there are 12 bonus questions.
For a planned and effective preparation, one can enroll themselves in coaching institutes or make use of online platforms that caters to all the needs and requirements of the students. They equip students with the necessary requisites like- course materials, guidance, tips and tricks, etc.