NCHM JEE 2014 Topper
- Anoovrat Singh, who secured 10th All India Rank in the NCHM JEE 2014, had full conviction and confidence on his strong area- aptitude to solve questions based on “Logical and Numerical Ability”. His conviction coupled with his smart exam strategy enabled him to enjoy the status of being among top ten toppers NCHM JEE 2014.

 

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The tenth rank holder of NCHM JEE 2014 also has an impressive academic/extracurricular record. Anoovrat has bagged the state rank of 24 in the International English Olympiad (SOF). The topper, who passed high school from St. Francis’ College, Lucknow, likes to indulge in activities like playing football, watching Formula1, and chatting with friends on social media in his spare time.

Anoovrat’s aptitude for had not also disappointed him. Talking to Careers360, the NCHM JEE 2014 topper shares that he attempted all the questions belonging to his favourite domain featured in two section - Logical and Numerical Ability of NCHM JEE 2014 question paper.

The topper prefers to pursue B.Sc. in Hospitality & Hotel administration from IHM Pusa, Delhi. Read the full interview to know on reasons for preferring IHM Pusa and a few other interesting replies.

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Below are the edited excerpts-

Careers360: Congratulations for your outstanding performance in NCHM JEE 2014! How did you make it possible?

Anoovrat Singh: Thank you! I will be frank with you. It just happened. I always knew that I am someone with a decent aptitude for Logical and Numerical ability questions. So, it was possible because of the belief that I had in myself and in my ability to crack the exam.

Careers360: Now that you are the topper of NCHM JEE, what do you think was the key factor behind your spectacular performance in this most competitive exam?
Anoovrat Singh: The key factor behind my success was my slightly over-confident attitude in dealing with the NHCM JEE written exam. I have already explained in the above question about how my strong points accentuated my exam preparation.

Other 'factor' could be fairly adequate sleep that I managed to get the day before my exam.

Careers360: What was your preparation strategy and routine study period for the exam?
Anoovrat Singh: I had not formulated any specific ‘preparation strategy’. I focused on enhancing my strong area so that during the exam I could attempt and solve the questions from my favorite domain first, to prevent time wastage.

I used to spend a minimum of hour and a half with my books on daily basis. I was very obedient with the said activity and during my studies my concentration is not diverted to any other activities. The thing with me was that while I had the book open in front of me I would study and only study. Hence, an hour and a half was enough for me.

Reading newspapers also helped me in a couple of ways. It made me aware about the current happenings around the world and also enhanced my English vocabulary.

Careers360: Which section was easiest and which was the toughest?
Anoovrat Singh: To me the easiest was the 'Aptitude in service sector' section because of the fact that the questions were easy and I would not have lost anything even if I had got them wrong. General Language and Current Affairs sections were toughest for me because majority of questions were based on Hotels, Owners of Hotels, Location of Hotels etc.

Careers360:  Which IHM would you like to opt to pursue B.Sc. in Hospitality & Hotel administration course?
Anoovrat Singh: I would like to pursue my course from IHM Pusa, Delhi. It not only has excellent infrastructure but is also one of the most reputed Hotel Management Institutes of India. Besides, I have friends as seniors there.

Careers360:What was your time management strategy during the exam day? How did you mange it among the different sections of the paper?

Anoovrat Singh: I tried to keep myself as calm as possible and reaching the examination centre slightly before the reporting time helped me to stay calm. As far as the paper is concerned, I made sure that I had gone through the paper once before attempting it. I started with the section that I was most confident at (Logical and Numerical ability). I then switched over to G.K just to relax a bit since in this section you do not have to apply much of your brain. Then, I switched amongst the remaining sections in order of my comfort level in them.

Careers360: Reasons for choosing to establish your career in hotel management sector?
Anoovrat Singh: I haven't really zeroed in on my career choice. But yes, if I choose the Hotel Management sector, it has to be for the glamour and grandeur that the industry offers and also for the reason that I love to cook.

Careers360: How important is coaching for the NCHM JEE preparation? If some aspirant can’t afford to take coaching, in what way he must prepare for the NCHM JEE Exam?
Anoovrat Singh: According to me, coaching for NCHM JEE is not required on high priority as the examination is not very difficult and the paper pattern does not change every year. Aspirants need to have a good idea about the types and difficulty level of questions asked in last couple of years. Once acquainted with types and difficulty level of questions, aspirants have to do decent amount practice. For practice, aspirants can consult books by Arihant Publishers.

 

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is nchmct is postponed and when is the exam?

Maria Sunny 29th Mar, 2020

Hello,

According to the information available on the official website NCHM JEE 2020 will be held on 25th April 2020. If there is any change in the exam dates it will be available in the official website. NHTET April 2020 has been rescheduled from 11th April to 9th May 2020.

Please visit the official site for more details : http://nchm.nic.in/

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nchm jee entrance exam ke liye ham 10 sal Ka previous question paper solve kar rahe hain to vah this year exam mein kam aaega ki Nahin.

Manisha Gupta Expert 25th Mar, 2020

Hello Aspirant,

It will help you to know the level of the questions. NCHM JEE is for a course that prepares you for a vital part of the hospitality sector. Interpersonal skills are something that you can not do without in this industry.  Here are some preparation tips you can follow:

The Aptitude for Service Sector section of NCHM JEE aims to test if you possess these skills. This is the only section that has no negative marking. The best way to crack this is to remain true to yourself and answer as per your personal judgement.

Attempt previous year sample papers.

Give mocks both online-offline

Analyze your mocks-know your weak and strength areas

Keep practicing and follow a routine sincerely

Good Luck!


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you dont provide any subject video for preparation

Ankita yadav 24th Mar, 2020
Hi aspirant
We do provide educational video but  we dont provide any coaching for NCHM JEE.

Hope this is helpful.
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site for NCHMTC enteance exam application form

anurag khanna 15th Mar, 2020

Hi Aspirant,

National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology (NCHMCT) entrance examination will be conducted by National Testing Agency(NTA) on 25th April.

Link for application form for NCHMCT entrance exam is given below :-

Link :- https://testservices.nic.in/ExamSys/Registration/Instruction.aspx

Fir more information about NCHMCT read this article .

I hope this answer helps you.

Good Luck!!

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my date of birth is 19-01-1997. my age is 23 year old. i have applied for nchmct jee. is there any problem regarding my age criteria. because many people is saying that there will be difficulty while getting placement. pelase help me regarding this. thank you.

Anantika Kushwaha 12th Mar, 2020
Hello Aspirant,

The eligibility criteria regarding age for NCHMCT JEE is-

The candidate's age should be 25 or less if belonging to General or OBC category. While for SC/ST the candidate's age should be 28 or less.

Since you are 23 years old as of now. You are definitely eligible.
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