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Sunday, January 4, 2015

KIITEE - 2015 Admission to MBBS, BDS, B.Sc Nursing, BA.LLB, BBA, BBA.LLB, BBA, Integrated MCA, B.Tech, MCA, M.Tech, M.Sc, M.Sc Nursing, MBA

KIIT University

KIITEE - 2015

KIIT Entrance Examination (KIITEE) is the All India Entrance Examination conducted by KIIT University, Bhubaneswar for admission into following courses of the University.

B.Tech (4years) / B.Tech & M.Tech-Dual Degree (5 years) / B.Tech & MBA-Dual Degree (5 years)


B.Sc Nursing (4years)

Biotechnology (Dual Degree) (B.Tech/ M. Tech) (5 Years)

B.A. LL.B / BBA LL.B / B.Sc LL.B (5 YEARS)

BBA / Integrated MCA

Bachelor Of Design (Fashion / Textile) (4years)

Bachelor of Filim & Television Production (3 years)

B.Tech (Lateral Entry) (3years)

MCA (3 years)

M.Tech (2 Years)

M.Sc (Bio Technology / Applied Micro Biology) (2 years)

Master of Law (LLM) (2 Years)

M.Sc Nursing (2 Years)

MBA (Rural Management)



Apply online from 2nd December, 2015 to 20th March 2015

Last date for receiving registration / filled in application form in hard copy in University Office is 25th March 2015

For more details and to apply online, visit:

National Entrance Screening Test 2015 for Admission to 5 Year Integrated M.Sc programmes in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics

NEST 2015

Admission to 5 year Integrated M.Sc programmes in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics at NISER (Bhubaneswar) and Um-DAE CBS(Mumbai)

The National Entrance Screening Test is a compulsory test for admission to the 5 year Integrated M.Sc programmes in Biology, Charemistry, Mathematics and Physics at NISER (Bhubneswar) and University of Mumbai.
NEST 2015 will be conducted in 50 towns and cities all over India on Saturday, 30 th May, 2015.

NEST Exam date :
30th May, 2015 at 9:30 am to 1:00 pm

Online application :
5th January, 2015 and closes on 7th March, 2015

Last date for Offline application along with DD : 19th February, 2015

To apply online, visit

To get Offline application by post, send a request letter with complete postal address and demand draft of required amount to The Chief Coordinator, NEST 2015
National Institute of Science Education and Research,
PO-Sainik School, Bhubaneswar,
Odisha - 751005

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Sunday, December 28, 2014

BITS Admission of International Students 2015-2016

Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences, Pilani
Pilani, Dubai, Goa, Hyderabad
BTS Pilani, Pilani, Rajasthan - 333031

BITS Pilani, invites applications for the admission of International students to the following programmes at Hyderabad campus for the year 2015-16.

Undergraduate Programmes or Integrated First Degree Programmes

B.E.(Hons): Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronic and Instrumentation Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering.

M.Sc.(Hons): Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Physics

Application Fee :

Application fee is US$50 (or Rs.3100- Indian Rupees)

After completing the form online, you will be asked to take print outs of the filled form. You should take two copies of the printout and keep with you for future reference. The last date for applying by completing the online application along with prescribed fee is 20th February 2015.

Last date : 23rd February, 2015

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The applications are invited for the 3 Year B.Sc in Hospitality and Hotel Administration , which is jointly offered by National Council for Hotel Management and catering Technology and Indira Gandhi National Open University.

Eligibilty : Candidates from all the streams of 10+2 passed/appearing are eligible.

Application Form Available Online                      10th December 2014 to 6th April 2015 (Monday)
Application Form Available Offline                      24th December 2014 to 6th April 2015 (Monday)
Last Date for receipt of filled-in form                          06 April 2015 (Monday)
Availability of Admit Cards on NCHMCT website     18th April 2015 (Saturday) (1400 hours) onwards
Written Examination (JEE 2015)                                    25th April 2015 (Saturday)
Timings of JEE 2015                                                    1000 Hrs to 1300 Hrs (3 hours)
Result of JEE on website                                              2nd Week of May, 2015
Conduct of Counselling                                                 1st week of June, 2015
Commencement of Academic Session                              20th July, 2015

Admission shall be based on marks obtained by the candidate in All India (Written Test) JEE-examination to be held on April 25th, 2015

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Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Computer Organization And System Maintenance - Question Paper of BCA 1st Year April 2011 - Panjab University

Panjab University Chandigarh
Computer Organization And System Maintenanc

Paper : BCA 1st Year
Time : 3 Hrs.
M.Marks : 90

Note : Attempt five questions in all. select one question each from Sections A-D and the ninth compulsory question

Section - A

1. (a) Why various codes are required and used to represent information ? Explain various types codes also. 9
(b) What are Flip-Flops ? Explain the working of Rs Flip-Flop. 9

2. (a) How addition is performed for 2's complement numbers ? Explain. 9
(b) Explain Encoder and Decoder combinatorial circuits with their importance. 9

Section - B

3. (a) How data transfer take place in direct memory access mechanism ? 9
(b) What are Addressing Models ? Explain various Register Based Communication. 9

4. (a) Explain vector and priority interrupts. 9
(b) Draw difference between Stroke based and Handshake based Communication. 9

Section - C

5. (a) How static and dynamic RAM are organized ? Explain. 9
(b) Write an Assembly language program for integer multiplication. 9

6. (a) Explain Virtual Memory Organization in detail. 9
(b) Explain Booth's algorithm in detail with its execution with suitable inputs. 9

Section - D

7. (a) Define and Explain System maintenance in detail. 9
(b) Briefly give the functional description of various cards used in PC. 9

8. (a) Which are various internal cards used in PC ? Explain in detail. 9
(b) How viruses are detected and how computers are protected from them ? Explain. 9

Section - E

9. Compulsory question. Explain the following :
(a) Gates
(b) Sequential Circuits
(c) Micro-operation
(d) Register Transfer
(e) Instruction format
(f) Peripherals used in PC
(g) Diagnostics on a PC
(h) Associative Memory
(i) Floating representation of a number 9*2=18

Personal Computing Software - Question Paper of BCA 1st Year April 2011 - Panjab University

Panjab University Chandigarh
Personal Computing Software

Paper : BCA 1st Year
Time :3 Hrs.
M.Marks : 90

Note : Attempt five questions in all. select one question each from Sections A-D and the entire compulsory question

Compulsory Question

1. (a) Define Hardware and software. Give one example of each.
(b) What are the various units for memory storage ? Explain their meanings.
(c) What is the difference between a compiler and a interpreter ? Give example of each.
(d) Define Booting, Warm Booting and Cold Booting.
(e) What are the various components of a window ? Draw a labelled diagram.
(f) Write steps to create a new toolbar in Ms-word.
(g) Explain the concept of cell referencing in MS-Excel.
(h) What are the advantages of presentation packages for students ?
(i) Distinguish between Internet and WWW. 2*9=18

Section - A

2. (a) Explain the classification of computer based on size and architecture.
(b) Explain secondary storage devices. 9,9

3. (a) What is booting sequences of MS-DOS for booting from a HDD ? Explain all steps.
(b) Explain the following MS-DOS commands. Give their syntax along with commonly used switches also ATTRIB, XCOPY, PROMPT. 9,9

Section - B

4. (a) What are the files which are used for configuring the system in MS-DOS ? Explain the purpose of each and the various commands used in them ?
(b) What are Batch Files ? Create a Batch to make a Menu Driven Utility for Basic DOS commands. 10,8

5. (a) How are Files managed through windows ?
(b) Compare the features of Notepad and Wordpad.
(c) What is the significance of OLE ? 6,8,4

Section - C

6. (a) What is Mail Merge feature ? How is it used for creating documents and envelopes ?
(b) Explain the features of a presentation package. 10,8

7. (a) Explain the various Page Formatting features available in word processing package.
(b) Explain the following features :
(i) Auto Text
(ii) Auto Correct
(iii) Headers and Footers
(iv) Borders and Shading 10,8

Section - D

8. (a) Explain Database Management in spreadsheet package.
(b) Write a detailed note on evolution of Internet services provided on Internet. 9,9

9. (a) Explain the following:
(i) Chart Feature
(ii) Macros
(b) Write a detailed note on Frontpage. Explain its components and steps for installation. 10,8

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Admission to Ph.D. Programme for the session 2015-2016 - National Institute Of Immunology

National Institute Of Immunology
Aruna Asaf Ali Marg,
New Delhi-110 067

National Institute of Immunology (NII) invites applications for Ph.D. programme in the following areas:

1) Chemical Biology
2) Genetics and Cell Signaling
3) Immunity and Infection
4) Molecular and Cellular Biology
5) Reproduction and Development
6) Structural and Computational Biology

Minimum qualifications:

M.Sc. in any branch of Science (e.g. Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics) or M.Tech. or M.B.B.S. or M.V.Sc. or M.Pharm. or equivalent qualification as per the norms of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi.

At least 60% aggregate score or equivalent grade in Senior Secondary Certificate (10+2), Bachelor’s and Master’s degree is required. Due relaxations in aggregate score will be applicable for SC/ST candidates. Rounding off of percentage score to next integral value is not permitted.

Candidates appearing for the qualifying examination this academic year may also apply; they will be admitted provisionally pending satisfactory fulfillment of the above requirements at the time of joining.

Entrance Examination conducted by NII at New Delhi on February 22, 2015

The list of candidates short-listed for interviews shall be available on the website of the Institute as well as on the Notice Board of the Institute by March 16, 2015.

Interviews will be held at National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi from June 9 - 11, 2015

Applications should be submitted online only at

Online application facility will be available at NII website from December 22, 2014 to January 31, 2015. Applicants having difficulty in accessing NII Ph.D. admission portal may contact Administrative Officer (Academic and Training), National Institute Of Immunology, Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, New Delhi -110 067.

Application procedure:

Online Application fee is Rs.500/- (For GEN/OBC/PH) & Rs.250/- for (SC/ST). The candidates applying through JGEEBILS-2014 will also have to submit a separate application to NII, New Delhi indicating their JGEEBILS hall ticket number. Candidates applying through both Channel I and II should submit their application online through NII Ph.D. admission portal.

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Monday, December 22, 2014

Computer Programming And Problem Solving Through "C - Question Paper of BCA 1st Year April 2012 - Panjab University

Panjab University Chandigarh
Computer Programming And Problem Solving Through "C"

Paper : BCA 1st Year
Time : 3 Hrs.
M.Marks : 90

Note : Attempt five questions in all. select one question each from Sections A-D. section E is compulsory.

Section - A

1. Explain the various symbols used for making flowcharts. Write a flowchart to find the largest of three numbers.                                                                                                                           18

2. (a) Explain the bitwise operators with the help of suitable examples.                                       9
(b) Describe the different format specifier to scanf() with the help of suitable example.            9

Section - B

3. Discuss the various control statements available in C with the help of suitable example.   18

4. (a) Differentiate between function prototype, function definition and function call with the help of suitable example. 9
(b) Write a program in C to compute the factorial of a given number.                                     9

Section - C

5. (a) Explain the concept of pre-processor directives in detail.                                               9
(b) Write a program in C to check whether a matrix is singular or not.                                    9

6. (a) What is meant by a pointer ? Discuss the various advantages of using pointers through suitable examples.                                                                                                                                9
(b) Explain the following operations on pointers:
(i) Subtraction of two pointers
(ii) Addition of a number to pointer variable
(iii) Subtraction of a number from a pointer variable                                                                9

Section - D

7. (a) Mention the difference between the operator of fwrite() and fprint() in C.                   9
(b) What are the three steps that are followed while accessing a file ?                                   6
(c) Differentiate between a binary file and a text file.                                                             3

8. Explain the following with the help of suitable example:
(i) Array of structure
(ii) Union
(iii) Streat                                                                                                                                 3*6=18

Section - E

9. Write a short note on the following :
(i) Algorithm
(ii) Macro
(iii) Program debugging
(iv) Conditional operators
(v) Header Files
(vi) Global variables                                                                                                                6*3=18

Personal Computing Software - Question Paper of BCA 1st Year April 2012 - Panjab University

Panjab University Chandigarh
Personal Computing Software

Paper : BCA 1st Year
Time : 3 Hrs.
M.Marks : 90

Note : Attempt five questions in all. select one question each from Sections A-D. section E is compulsory.

Section - A

1. (a) Discuss the characteristics of computers.
(b) What are the functions of an Operating System ?

2. What is the difference between internal and external Dos Commands ? Discuss any five internal commands.

Section - B

3. (a) What is a batch file ? What is the purpose of an Autoexe.bat file ? Discuss the commands that can v=be used in a batch file.
(b) What is the use of Config.sys file ? What are the entries in a Config.sys file ?

4. Discuss the various file management operations provided by Windows .

Section - C

5. Discuss in detail the various formatting features available in MS Word.

6. Explain the steps in creating a Power Point presentation.

Section - D

7. What are the various types of formulas used in Excel ? Briefly discuss each. How conditional calculations are carried out ? How we can used AND and OR in conditional calculations ? Explain giving examples.

8. (a) Briefly discuss the evolution of Internet and WWW.
(b) What are the components of FrontPage ?

Section - E

9. Write short notes on the following:
(a) Network topologies
(b) Disk organization
(c) Creating websites.

Entrepreneurship Development Programme - Question Paper of BCA 3rd Year April 2012 - Panjab University

Panjab University Chandigarh
Entrepreneurship Development Programme

Paper : BCA 3rd Year
Time : 3 Hrs.
M.marks : 90

Note : Attempt five questions in all. select one question each from Sections A-D. Question 9 is compulsory.

Section - A

1. What is project formulation ? What is the need for project formulation ? Highlight the key elements in project formulation.                                                                                 18

2. What do you mean by project ? Explain the content of project report. Give a format for preparation of preliminary project report.                                                                                       18

Section - B

3. What is meant by the term Working Capital ? Distinguish between gross working capital and net working capital. Discuss the various sources of finances available to Firm.              18

4. (a) Explain the managerial uses of break-even analysis asa tool for profit planning. What are its limitation ?
(b) What are financial ratios ? Describe their advantages and limitations.                  9,9

Section - C

5. What is personnel management ? What are useful concepts of personnel management ? Discuss its significance to a modern Industrial Organization. What is the function of Personnel manager? 18

6. What is an Inventory ? What are its characteristics ? Explain the design of an inventory system with a suitable example.                                                                                       18

Section - D

7. (a) what is sales tax ? Explain the types of Sales taxation in India.
(b) Explain the main features of Indian licensing and registration policy.          9,9

8. Write short notes on :
(a) Shop and Commercial Establishment Act
(b) Provision of factory Act                                                                               9,9

Section - E

9. (a) What do you mean by FDP ? Explain the need and objectives of Entrepreneurship Development programmes.
(b) Define Techno-economic feasibility analysis of the report.
(c) What is meant by capital budgeting for an enterprise. ?
(d) Define partnership.
(e) Define fund flow analysis.
(f) Define Contract Act                                                                                        6*3=18

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