# SSAHE AIUGET Counselling 2014

**SSAHE AIUGET 2014 Counselling**

Sri Siddhartha University,

Agalakote, B.H. Road,

Tumkur – 572 107,

Karnataka – India.

**Phone No. : **91 – 816 – 2275516,

**Fax No. : **91 – 816 – 2275510,

**Email : **info@sahe.in,

**Website : ****http://www.sahe.in/.**

The results of **All India Under Graduate Entrance Test – AIUGET 2014 ** conducted for the purpose of admission to **I year MBBS, BDS and BE courses** held on **First Week of June, 2014** at various centers are made available on the web. The candidates who have become eligible in the entrance test can also download the Rank Card.

The counseling for Medical / Dental / Engineering will be held on the dates noted below in the following venue :

Department of Pathology,

Sri Siddhartha Medical College Campus,

Agalakote, B.H. Road,

Tumkur – 572 107.

Listening to stories / folk tales Making meaning of the words heard Following sequence Locating the Main and the Supporting ideas | Stories & folktales | Children listen to the story Understand the meanings of difficult words [ may use dictionary ] Facilitated to discuss the narrative and evolve the sequence Grasp the central theme of the story / folk tale | What is the meaning of _______? Arrange the sentences in order of sequence. Answer comprehension questions using the clues given. |
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Listening to correct pronunciation, stress and intonation | Passage from the text, or audio cassettes | Through various facilitative activities, children listen and repeat words with correct pronunciation, stress and intonation – Small or Large group. | Listen to the passage and repeat suggested words |

Participating in discussion | Simple topics Eg; Toys, Cartoon characters, Comic strips | Children may be facilitated to listen carefully to their peers, and discuss in small groups | Form group and discuss following the topic. What do you thing about helping others. Give a opinion about wearing school uniforms. |

Listening to words that sound the same ( homophones ) | Homophones presented in a passage | Children listen to teacher reading the passage identify the homophones in small groups | Identify the words which have the same sound but different meaning and spelling. Scan a given text for a set of points. Say aloud what you understood from a text. |

2. Speaking |
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Reciting / singing poems | Poems - Text | Children are facilitated to recite the poem through various learning activities, which may include actions | Recite the poem Sing the song with the teacher. Pick out the rhyming words in the poem. |

Expressing one preferences | Sharing / Interaction Time; day to day situations | Children in groups make a portfolio depicting their likes, dislikes, preferences and other such personal explorations | Tell the class about the you’re your like best and why? How would you like your friend to behave? Tell the class. Discuss and make a list of what you like doing alone or in groups, etc |

Exchanging ones ideas with peers on a particular object / place / person / event / situation | Sharing / Interaction Time; day to day situations Eg; Encounter with a person one doesn’t know well. | Children in groups discuss and exchange ideas around any particular object / place / person / event /situation | |

Speaking on common experiences | Sharing / Interaction Time; day to day situations Eg; Lost in a crowd | Children in groups discuss and exchange ideas around any particular experience which they discover to have been common | Practise rhymes and rhythms in a few songs given. Say what you like and you don’t in eating, drinking, reading. |

3. Reading |
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Reading text i) Understanding sequence ii) Understanding content iii) Finding answers to questions on the given passage | Text / Supplementary materials | Children read the text both silently and aloud The teacher facilitates the following activities and skills for each student Underlines main facts Uses dictionary or vocabulary list ( put up on board ) to find meaning of unfamiliar words, and understands in context through individual and small group activities Uses the reading material to answer questions Teacher facilitates the understanding of selected spelling rules through a range of exercises and play activities | Read and list out the unfamiliar words. Raise questions Engage in comprehension activities Choose the correct answers· [ Objective Questions ] |

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Reading with attention to pronunciation, stress and intonation | Spelling rules emphasized through a relevant passage Text / Additional material | Children are facilitated to read words with correct pronunciation, Stress and Intonation – Small or Large group. | Play a spelling game. Read a letter, an essay and a poem. Read a story with suitable difference from a picture sequence. |

· Reading for fun | Reading Time Supplementary Reading – Graded series V Colourful picture stories | Children read in large groups, small groups and individually – aloud or silently |

**Note :**

1. Balance seats available after 1st / 2nd / 3rd day counseling will be announced on the website same day on completion of 1st / 2nd / 3rd day counseling which may be watched by the aspirants.

2. Admissions are subjected to the final verdict of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.

**Reservation for SC / ST Candidates**

2. 18% is reserved for SC & ST candidates. Counseling for the candidates will be held on the Third day i.e., **Last Week of June, 2014 ( 12.00 Noon ).**

3. 2nd round counseling will be announced later. Only if there are leftover seats / surrendered seats. For information and other details keep watching the university website.

** Seat Matrix : **

Topic | Content | Expected Learning Outcomes | Mode of Transaction |
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II. Algebra | 1. Algebraic Expressions 2. Addition and Subtraction on expressions 3. Formation of simple expressions with two variables 4. Solving simple linear equations in one variable | 1. Able to identify constants and variables in a given term of an algebraic expression and coefficients of the terms. 2. Able to identify into like and unlike terms. 3. To learn to write the degree of expressions like x ^{2} etc. ( exponent < 3, number of variables is 2 ) 4. Able to form simple expressions with two variables. 5. Able to add and subtract algebraic expressions ( coefficients should be integers ). 6. To solve simple linear equations in one variable ( in contextual problems ) with two operations ( avoid complicated coefficients ). 7. Able to solve word problems involving rational numbers ( all operations ). 8. To represent rational number as a decimal. 9. To recall addition and subtraction of decimals. 10. To multiply and divide decimal fractions. 11. Able to solve word problems based on decimal fractions ( all operations ). 12. Able to express a given number in exponential form ( exponents – only natural numbers ) 13. To understand the laws of Exponents ( through observing patterns and arrives at generalization. ) 14. a ^{m} a^{n} = a^{m+n} where m,n! N 15. (a ^{m})^{n} = a^{mn} where m,n! N 16. a ^{m}/a^{n}=a^{m-n} where m,n! N,m>n . | 1. Introduce expressions in I degree and II degree 2. Starting from the models x+a = b, ax = b, proceed ax + b = c and ax + b = cx +d |

III. Life Mathematics | 1. Ratio and Proportion 2. Indirect and Direct variation 3. Fraction and decimal into percentage 4. Solving word problem based on percentage 5. Profit and Loss 6. Simple Interest | 1. To recall the concept of ratio and proportion. 2. Able to differentiate direct and indirect variation and calculate the needed quantity using direct and indirect variation. 3. To understand percentage as a fraction with denominator 100. 4. Able to convert fractions and decimals into percentages and vice-versa. 5. To solve word problems based on percentage. 6. To understand the concept of profit and loss ( single transaction only ). 7. Able to calculate simple interest. | 1. Time and work, time and distance sharing problems etc. 2. Collect details of profit and loss. Explain the difference between profit and loss. |

IV. Measurements | 1. Circumference of the Circle 2. Area : Triangle, Quadrilateral, Parallelogram, Rhombus, Trapezium and Circle 3. Area of Pathway | 1. To recall the concepts of Perimeter and Area of Square, Rectangle and Right triangle. 2. Able to find the area of plane figures made up of squares, rectangles, and right triangles ( any two at a time ). 3. To determine the area of Parallelogram, Rhombus, and Trapezium. 4. To determine the area and circumference of Circles. 5. To calculate the area of Pathway inside and outside the given rectangles and circles applying the concept of area of rectangle and circle respectively. | 1. Through paper cutting methods derive the formula for different shapes. 2. Through paper cutting introduce methods to find area. 3. Arrive at an approximate value for tabulating diameter and perimeter of circles of different sizes. |

V. Geometry | 1. Symmetry - Mirror and rotational 2. Line or axis of Symmetry 3. Triangles | 1. To understand the concept of Symmetry, Mirror and rotational Symmetry, Line or axis of symmetry. 2. To understand the properties of angles in intersecting lines, adjacent angles, adjacent angles on a straight line, parallel lines and transversal lines. 3. Able to apply angle sum property of a triangle. | 1. Introduce idea of symmetry. Give sufficient opportunities to identify all kinds of symmetry. 2. Rotate figures like square equilateral triangle etc. which have rotational symmetry. 3. Identify the angle of rotation. |

VI. Practical Geometry | 1. Construction of Perpendicular bisector and angle bisector 2. Construction of angle using Scale and Compass. 3. Construction of triangles | 1. To recall the concepts of angles, parallel lines and perpendicular lines from the given figures. 2. To construct angle using scale and compasses- 90◦, 60◦, 30◦, 120◦. 3. To construct the perpendicular bisector of the given line segment. 4. To construct the angle bisector of the given angle. 5. Construction of triangles: given SSS, SAS, ASA. | 1. To explain perpendicular bisector and angle bisector by paper folding method. 2. Identify the different types of triangles |

VII. Data handling | 1. Collection and organization of continuous data 2. Formation of frequency table 3. Mean, Median, Mode of ungrouped data | 1. To collect and organize continuous data. 2. To interpret bar graphs ( recall ) 3. Able to form the frequency table 4. To calculate Mean, Median, Mode of ungrouped data and understanding what they represent. | 1. Use available data in the class room. 2. Identify the differences between mean, median and mode. |

**Fees Structure :**

4. Writing |
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Simple projects | Provided with materials and ideas | Teacher helps children to evolve their own work plans, and facilitates their execution Children also discuss their plans in the mall group | Prepare a project on the given topic. Display your project and explain how you worked on it. |

Filling in forms | Forms of bank challans, reservation forms, M.O. forms, School application form | Teacher guides children to learn to fill up forms. | Fill up a bank challan for a Children’s Saving Account. |

Developing a story | Story – clues, Story – pictures are given | Teacher explains steps in developing a story Children frame stories Discuss them in small groups | Objective Questions, VSA, SA [ 2 to 4 lines ] |

Reading between the lines | Text | Teacher provides opportunities for children to read and analyze text through simple graphic organizers Error analysis in reading, inference and conclusion Children are facilitated to link thoughts and ideas to facts They discuss their questions in small groups | Look at the given diagram and answer the questions that follow. |

Writing simple poems | Simple topics or free choice | Teacher encourages children to write simple poems. | Use the given rhyming words and form a poem of your own. |

Completing simple passages | Text and back of chapter questions | Teacher facilitates children to complete the passage with suitable sentences, after discussion in small groups. | Complete the story |

Writing letters ( Informal ) | Themes, Model letters | Teacher encourages children to write informal letters | Write a letter to your Uncle / Dad / Friend |

Reference Skills Referring to Junior Encyclopaedia / any other relevant information source / reference material · Making small notes | Passage with questions Encyclopaedia / any other relevant information source / reference material | After initial large group reading, children are facilitated collectively to search for answers to the questions | Describe a project done by you. Write simple pomes. Complete the story half of which was only given. Write a casual letter to your parents. Use an encyclopaedia to find out some rare events. |

5. Grammar |
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Nouns and Verbs – Exploring the types through spotting use Common Noun, Proper Noun Verbs – Present tense – Simple, Continuous Simple past, Simple Future | Text / Additional material such as magazines, newspapers | After explanation, children are facilitated to identify the naming and doing words in small groups with different materials | |

Parts of speech [ Introduction to forma l naming of the different parts of speech – already explored as use, in the earlier classes ] [Naming seen as a tool to build formality and awareness in learning at this level ] | Text / Additional material such as magazines, newspapers | Teacher guides the children through usage to identify various parts of speech. Exercises and activities are utilized for this. | |

Types of Sentence [ Affirmative, Interrogative ] | Exercises, Worksheets | Children are facilitated to use these sentence types in contexts of their own | Correct the given wrong sentences. Reorder the words in the given sentence to make it a question. Use correct tense forms in describing a series of activities. |

6. Vocabulary |
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Using Antonyms / Synonyms | Text / poetry | Exercises, activities and games | Games, children do various exercises |

Forming Compound words. IIdentify Prefix / Suffix Say the homophones State kinship terms | Text, Puzzles, Supplementary material, back of chapter questions | Exercises, activities and games | Games, children do various exercises Use correct alternative to the identified word in a sentence. Identify the prefixes and suffixes of any five words. State the English equivalents for local relationship words. |

Write similes / metaphors | Compare any two objects using simile / metaphor. |

**An additional [rupee] 30,000/- as housemanship fee.

Candidates should be ready with the Demand Draft to participate in the counseling process for the seat selection. Otherwise they will not be allowed to participate in the seat selection process. Cash or Cheques are not accepted.

** Documents to be produced at the time of Counseling : **

It is compulsory that the candidates will have to furnish the following documents at the time of counseling ( Originals and Four set of attested photocopies by the Gazette officer / College Principal / Competent authority ).

1. Rank Card ( download from the University website ) and Admission Ticket

2. SSLC / X / 10th Std marks card for proof of age.

3. II PUC or 12th standard or equivalent marks card.

4. Study Certificate of PUC – II / 10 + 2 / HSC from institute where student has last studied.

5. Caste certificate issued by competent authority ( not less than Tahashildar ) in case of SC / ST candidates.

6. Six recent passport size colour photographs with name written on the back.

7. Four set of photo copies of all the documents ( Sl. 1 to 5 )

8. a) Demand Draft towards the Annual Tuition and Other fees, drawn in favour of **“Secretary, SSMC”** in case of Medical / **“Secretary, SSDC”** in case of Dental / **“Principal, SSIT”** in case of Engineering courses, payable at **Tumkur.**

b) Eligibility fees [rupee] 2000/- in the form of DD drawn in favour of **“Registrar, SSAHE”** payable at **Tumkur** only in case of non – Karnataka candidates.

** Documents to be produced at the time of admission :**

The candidates are required to submit the following at the time of admission in the college:

- Eligibility certificate issued by the SSAHE.
- Transfer certificate.
- Migration certificate.

** Process of SSAHE AIUGET 2014 Counseling :**

The following procedure is followed during counseling :

- Registration and verification of documents will be done between 9.00 AM to 11.00 AM. Counseling starts at 11.00 AM.
- The registered candidates after the verification of the documents will be allowed for seat selection as per merit / rank.
- The candidate will be issued a provisional letter of allotment after the seat selection ( Allotment letter is fully provisional and is subjected to meeting of all eligibility criteria prescribed by authority ).

** Admission to the college :**

The candidate will have to join the respective college on or before **Second Week of July, 2014** failing which the allotted seat will be forfeited.

** Grounds for rejection of counseling :**

- Improper / Incomplete documents.
- Fail to produce DD for tuition and other fees.
- Absence of the candidate for counseling in person.
- Failed to register within the time specified.

** Refund of fee paid**

The Candidate who do not join the college within the prescribed time and wants to surrender their seat, in such cases the fee will be refunded after making deduction of [rupee] 1000/- as processing charges.

For surrendering the seats candidate will have to submit a written application, original allotment letter and also the notarized affidavit on a stamp paper with in the specified time ( **Second Week of July, 2014** ).

**Legal Jurisdiction :**

Any Dispute that may arise in respect of counseling, seat selection process and admission to the constituent colleges of **“Sri Siddhartha Academy of Higher Education, Tumkur”** is subjected to the Jurisdiction of the **“Court of Tumkur”.**

**Telephone No. : **0816 – 2275516,

**Fax No. : **0816 – 2275510,

**Email : **info@sahe.in,

**Website : http://www.sahe.in/.**

Candidates may contact the University for any Assistance.