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RPET 2014 Counselling - The option entry forms are now available from June 27, 2014 for qualifed RPET 2014 candidates who wish to apply for the RPET 2014 Counselling. Candidates who have qualified in the RPET 2014 must fill the Online Option Entry for the Counselling of RPET 2014 after paying the specified fees at the e-Mitra/CMS Kiosks. Candidates have to apply on the basis of their merit, fill their choices, verify documents and avail admissions during the RPET 2014 Counselling. Candidates who belong to states outside Rajasthan can apply for the 15 % seat allocated to them on the basis of their JEE Main 2014 Scores from June 23 to July 2, 2014. Check the modalities of the RPET 2014 Counselling Procedure below.
Latest Updates: RPET 2014 Seat Allotment for the First Round announced on July 22, 2014. Click here
RPET 2014 Counselling Schedule for Ex-Servicemen (EX-S), Kashmiri Migrants (KM) and Person with Disability (PwD) has been announced. Check the dates below on this page.
RPET 2014 Online Application Form Cum Option Form for Outside Rajasthan Candidates Through JEE Main 2014:
Candidates have to apply online, fill the details along with scanned copies of their photograph and signature as specified and submit the hard copy of the same along with the Option Form filled after the Online Application Form, a DD for Rs 11,000 as specified and other documents as mentioned.
Click here for the complete details of the eligibility, selection procedure, filling in the online application form and the important dates for the same.
andidates may note that they have to apply and fill their choices from June 23 to July 2, 2014 while the hardcopy has to reach the RPET office by July 7, 2014 with all the specified enclosures.
RPET 2014 Counselling Procedure
1. Payment of RPET 2014 Counselling Fee: Last date is July 7, 2014
Candidates can pay the RPET 2014 Counselling fee at e-Mitra or the CSC Kiosks.
Candidates have to pay Rs 10,000 plus Rs 25 as service charges towards Admission Fees which will be adjusted after the Seat Allotment and reporting to the allotted college.
After successful payment, candidates will receive a computerized Receipt and Token Number (16 digit).
Note: Candidates must keep these safe.
Note: Candidates can also pay online at the e-mitra online. Click here for the samePayment Mode:
Credit and Debit Card (All Visa and Master Cards) Through ICICI payment gateway.
Axis Bank Net-Banking.
2. Candidates must keep the following documents ready before filling the options
Class XII Marks Sheet
Economically weak students: Form 6 available on the RPET Website
RPET 2014 Computerised Payment receipt as mentioned above
3. RPET 2014 Option Entry: Click here
Candidates must enter the 16 digit RPET 2014 Token No, RPET 2014 Roll No and Date of Birth to be able to enter the options
They must print the Option Form once they have submitted it.
Candidates are advised to exercise their options very carefully since no correction will be allowed in the Option Form once submitted.
4. RPET 2014 Seat Allotment: Click here
Candidates will have to check their seat allotment of RPET using their RPET 2014 Roll No.
The Seat Allotment of RPET 2014 will be on the basis of the Merit Rank, Choice filled in and the availability of the seats.
5. Reporting to College:
Candidates have to report in person to the allotted college
While reporting to the allotted college, candidates have to deposit all original documents, certificates for verification along with the RPET Computerised Receipt as proof of payment of RPET 2014 Admission Fee.
The original documents will be returned to the candidates after the university enrolment is completed
RPET 2014 Counselling Schedule for Ex-Servicemen (EX-S), Kashmiri Migrants (KM) and Person with Disability (PwD):
Merit Rank in Category
Date & Time
1. Categories for Ex-Servicemen-
EX-S1 (Killed in action)
EX-S2 Disabled in action and boarded out from service / Died while in service with death attributable to military service / Disabled in service and boarded out with disability attributable to military service
EX-S3 Gallantry Award winner
June 25, 2014 – 9 AM
June 25, 2014 – 9.30 AM
June 25, 2014 – 10 AM
June 25, 2014 – 10.30 AM
June 25, 2014 – 2 PM
June 26, 2014 – 9 AM
June 26, 2014 – 12 noon
RPET 2014 Counselling Schedule:
Availability of Online Option Entry Form
June 27, 2014
Last date for Payment at e-Mitra or CSC Kiosks
July 7, 2014
Last Date for Online Option Entry
July 9, 2014
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It is a book for “revision” only and going through everything in a short period of time. Which is useful only when you're done with the entire syllabus before.
It is comprised only the last minute or revising stuff. That will help you go though the syllabus in less time. It also has numerical and MCQ in it which are quite helpful.
So basically it depends upon you and your preparation. That it is useful or not.If You Are Relying On this solely then it is not enough.Firstly You Should Learn and practice concepts using some good reference book and just solve this book in last few days.
I hope this answer will help, all the best for the future!!
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