Holi Wishes From Competition Gurukul – An Institute for Polytechnic/B.El.Ed/BBA/BJMC/CLAT Entrance Coaching

Competition Gurukul and it’s entire team likes to wish all Polytechnic/B.El.Ed/BBA/BJMC/HM/CLAT Entrance-2016 aspirants a happy, healthy and colorful Holi. Friends, Holi is a festival of colors where people from all parts and parcel of society, after forgetting all discords and disparity among them, come together to embrace each other, play the color festival of Holy and try to bring peace, prosperity and harmony in society. At homes, people bake various sweet delicacies and Gujias to add flavor to the festival. This time of the year looks lush green, colourful and cheerful all around. This is also the time of year when most of? the students and aspirants of various examinations are busy enough to prepare hard to score well & get their exams cleared. In such a stressful sight, the festival of Holi gives them opportunity to reduce their stress and help them to attain a cool and happy moment to prepare better for their exams.

But, besides all those cheerful and happy sight, Competition Gurukul want to make you aware that the moment of joy and happiness is always followed by some great challenging tasks ahead to be done by us. Likewise other years, this year too, the aspirants of Polytechnic/B.El.Ed/BBA/BJMC/HM/CLAT Entrance-2016 will get busy after Holi to make search for good Coaching Institute for doing preparation of these entrance exams.

Competition Gurukul understands the need of aspirants of Polytechnic/B.El.Ed/BBA/BJMC/HM/CLAT Entrance-2016. Hence, like every year, we have come up with yet another excellent?and smart Coaching Program for?Polytechnic/B.El.Ed/BBA/BJMC/HM/CLAT Entrance-2016. This time again, we have tried to induce more innovative segments to our Entrance Coaching Program – 2016. Some of the important features of Entrance Coaching Program-2016 are:

  • Digital lectures in?regular class sessions,
  • Regular?doubts sessions and backup classes on weekends
  • Video lectures?plus?backup classes to those who misses?our regular lecture with a?genuine reason
  • Individual faculty for each subject
  • Highly qualified, knowledgeable and cooperative faculty
  • Highly graded revised and precised study materials
  • OMR based?latest exam pattern based regular test?on every weekend
  • Active and cooperative?counselors to guide you in resolving your?Exam related doubts, helping you in form filling and accessing latest exam information
  • Free online resources including pdf and video lectures

The Demo classes for fresh batches of Polytechnic/B.El.Ed/BBA/BJMC/HM/CLAT Entrance-2016 will begin a day after Holy. So, get details of the Demo class, how to do registration and all other details at the end of this blog.

At end, we wish you again………

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English Tips & tricks on Articles for Banking , SSC, and General Competition Exams


The adjectives a, an and the are called Articles.

Types of Articles

Articles are basically categorized into two broad categories

A.?Indefinite article?A/An
B.?Definite article?The


Use of Indefinite Article?A/An

a. An is usually used before a word beginning with a?vowel sound
For example
(i) Radha is an intelligent girl.
(ii) He is an MP. ? ? (sound of ?em?p where e is a vowel)
(iii) You are an honest man. ? ?(sound of ?own?est where o is a vowel)

b. ?A is used before a word beginning with a?consonant sound
For example
(i) He is a university student. ?(sound of ?you?niversal where y is a consonant)
(ii) He is a European. ? ?(sound of ?you?ropean where y is a consonant)
(iii) He is a one-eyed man.


c. A/An is used before a singular countable noun only when it?is mentioned for the first time representing no
particular person or thing.
For example
(i) He has an oxen.
(ii) She is a landlord.
(iii) A boy came to my home.
d. A/An is used before a singular countable noun which is?used as the representative of a class of things or persons.
For example
(i) A lion is a dangerous animal.
(ii) A pupil should obey his teacher.
(iii) A dog is a faithful animal.

e. A/An is used to make a common noun of a proper noun.
For example
(i) My neighbour is a philanthropist.
(ii) She is a Sania Mirza.
(iii) His brother is a PM.

f. A/An is used in exclamations before singular countable?nouns.
For example
(i) What an interesting video
(ii) What a pretty girl
(iii) What a lovely morning


g. A/An is used in its original sense of one or any.
For example
(i) He wants a car.
(ii) There are not fourteen inches in a foot.
(iii) He bought a pen.

Use of Definite Article?The

a. when we talk about a particular person or thing or one?already mentioned.
For example
(i) Give me the pen which you bought last Saturday.
(ii) The book you want is out of stock.
(iii) I met a boy. The boy was handsome.

b. when a singular noun represents a whole class.
For example
(i) The rose is a beautiful flower.
(ii) The dog loves comfort.
(iii) The Neem is a useful tree.

c. Before the first noun in ?noun + preposition + noun??construction.
For example
(i) The Rama?of Ramayana is an ideal king.
(ii) The diamond of South Africa is famous.
(iii) He likes the food of Jaipur.

d. Before names of mountain-ranges.
For example
The Himalayas, The Alps, The Aravallis

e. Before names of groups of islands.
For example
The West Indies,?The Andamans

f. Before names of rivers, oceans, gulfs, deserts and forests.
For example
The Ganges, ?The Nile,?The Amazon, ?The Indian Ocean,?The Gulf of Mexico, The Thar deseert, The
Black Forest

g. Before names of religious and mythological books.
For example
The Ramayana, The Quran, The Bible

h. Before names of newspapers and magazines.
For example
The Times of India, The?Outlook

i. Before names of heavenly bodies, directions and things?unique of their kind
For example
The sun, The earth,?The moon, The?equator

Note that ?The? is not used before the words ?Parliament, Heaven, God, Hell ?.

j. before names of historical buildings, places and events.
For example
The Red Fort, The Taj Mahal, ?The Siachen, The Dandi March

k. Before musical instruments.
For example
(i) He can play the flute.
(ii) She is fond of playing the guitar.

Note that?When musical instruments are used as countable?nouns, A/An is used.
For example
(i) We bought a sitar for her.
(ii) I gifted him a violin.

l. Before religious communities and political parties.
For example
The Hindus, The Sikhs, The Bhartiya Janta Party

m. Before names of ships, aeroplanes and trains.
For example
The INS Vikrant, The?Qatar Airlines,?The Rajdhani?Express

n. Before the words denoting physical positions or
For example
The centre, The top,?The front, The back
Further,??before parts of body
For example
(ii) He pulled the dog by the tail.
(ii)?Sohan?was hit on the head.

o. Before names of government departments and armed?forces.
For example
The Legislative, The Judiciary, The Executive, The Air Force, The Army

p. Before the dates of months.
For example
The 21st of December, The 5th June

Note that before the ordinals, we also use the articles
For example
The first, The third, The ninth

q. before the superlative degree.
For example
(i) He is?the best guy for this job.
(ii) She is the sweetest?girl in the class.

r. Before the names of a few countries that form federations and provinces.
For example
The USA, ?The Netherlands, The USSR, The Republic of China, ?The?Punjab
t. Before comparative degree in case of making a choice between the two.
For example
(i) He?is the tougher of the two guys.
(ii) She?is the prettier of the two.


Sometimes there is no need for using any kind of article. Such articles are known as zero articles.?This term used here is not universal but it is aptly used to denote the reference of omission of articles.

The articles a, an, the are omitted
a. Before names of days and months.
For example
(i) She will go on Monday.
(ii) They are getting married in January.

b. Before names of languages.
For example
(i) He cannot speak French.
(ii) She is learning Marathi.

c. Before names of subjects.
For example
(i) She has no interest in mathematics.
(ii) Biology is his favourite subject.

d. Before names of diseases.
For example
(i) AIDS is spreading like wild fire.
(ii) He died of cancer.

Note that??The? is used before the names of a few diseases.
For example
the plague, the measles,the mumps,

e. Before names of festivals and seasons.
For example
(i) He will go to USA?in winter.
(ii) She celebrated Diwali?with her friends.
But note that
(i) He will go to Canada in the winter season.
(ii) She went to Delhi in the Diwali holidays.

f. Before names of sports.
For example
(i) She plays tennis.
(ii) We like cricket.

g. Before names of meals.
For example
(i) They take lunch at 2 pm.
(ii) Breakfast is ready.

h. Before school, college, church, prison, hospital, bed,?market, when these places are visited or used for their
primary purpose.
For example
(i) She goes to temple?on Sunday.
(ii) The criminal was sent to prison.

i. before man, life, death, art, science, when these words?are used in the widest sense.
For example
(i) Science has developed much in the past fifty years.
(ii) Man is mortal.


Competition Gurukul?is a premier institute for CTET Coaching.?You can visit our center?to register your slot. You will be guided by ourcounsellor from Monday to Saturday?at scheduled timing of?9 AM to 8 PM.

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Delhi Polytechnic CET 2015 Application Form & Notification

Delhi Polytechnic CET 2015 Application Form & Notification & Exam Dates Available On The official Website www.cetdelhi.nic.in

The delhi polytechnic education board had published the notification for conducting the polytechnic entrance exam for those students who wish to take admission in various courses in the government and private colleges in the academic session of 2015-16. All the details of the entrance exam and an overview of the same is given below-

Delhi Polytechnic CET 2015 Application Form

Name of the exam- Delhi Polytechnic CET 2015

Name of the conducting body- The delhi polytechnic education board

Application Mode- Online

Exam level- All india level

Application fee-

The general candidate will have to pay an amount of Rs. 1000 for the application fee and the other candidates will have to pay an amount of Rs. 500 for the application fee that is to be paid at the time of the application form.


The qualification for the test is that the student must have a class 12th certificate from any recognized board. For more information on this topic the student are advised to check on the official website of the institute and also on the prospectus of the same for better understanding.


The age of the candidate who wish to take the admission in the institute should not be less than 17 years and there is no such restriction on the maximum age of the candidate.

Apply For CET 2015
How to apply-

The candidate can apply online on the official website of the institute by following the easy steps given below-

1. Open the official website of the institute www.cetdelhi.nic.in
2. Click on online application form
3. Choose your course Accordingly.
4. Enter all the relevant details in the prescribed manner, the candidates are advised to read all the important instruction given online on the official site before filling up the application form.
5. Click on submit
6. Pay the fee

Now the candidate can print out the hard copy of the application form for future references.

Important Dates-

Starting of the application process- February 2015

The last date of the submission of the application form- April 2015

The date of the written test- May 2015

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What to do after Class 12 Board Exam

Over 10 million students, each year, appear for 10+2 examination aka Class XII board Exams across India. After Board Exams get over, the confusion and the stress of choosing right career become a nightmare for the students.


There are many options for you after Class 12:

1. Going for Higher Education?in the chosen stream

The Class 12th candidates of science stream with PCM can opt for higher education in courses such as engineering, Information Technology, design, architecture, or degrees of Pure Sciences in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics or Statistics. The Class 12th Candidates of science stream with PCB?can opt for MBBS?or?allied medical fields such as dentistry, veterinary, Ayurveda or other areas like biotechnology, bioinformatics, bio chemistry, microbiology or Pure Sciences including research in biological sciences, botany and zoology.

The 12th Class candidates of Commerce stream can opt for degree course like B Com, Eco Hons, B Com LLB or BBA,

Visit the link : Get admission to Govt Colleges in BBA, LLB through Common Entrance Test?

Class 12th Candidates with?Arts stream can opt for BA

2. Appear for?an Entrance exam

Today, most of the reputed colleges take admissions through Common Entrance Test due to the growing demand for degree courses among candidates in recent years.

Depending on the stream you have you can sit for an entrance-exams-after-12th. Since most of the courses are sought after. most of the reputed colleges take admissions through entrance exams. This is the trend not only for courses like engineering, medicine, law, design etc Many universities use entrance tests because the number of applicants is generally very large. If you are interested in joining the Armed forces the ? n you can also sit for exams like NDA.

One needs to plan for these entrance exams as these are held at different times in the year and one has to fill the application and follow the process to appear in the exam. While some entrance exams are also available in an online format like JEE for engineering there are still many which are offered in online and offline mode both, so you need to plan the test centre and travel etc.

For the free demo classes, you can contact us by calling at?011 65495934,?9015596280 or you could send SMS ?COMHELP? to 9716942388 or you can visit our website?www.competitiongurukul.in