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Friday, February 29, 2008

MOTILAL NEHRU SCHOOL OF SPORTS RAI Requires Master (Mathematics)

MOTILAL NEHRU SCHOOL OF SPORTS RAI -131029
District Sonipat (Haryana)
(An ISO 9001:2000 Certified Institution)

REQUIRES:


Master (Mathematics)
Junior Wing-01 (Rs 5500-9000)

Qualifications:

(a) B.A / B.Sc with a minimum of 50% marks with Mathematics as one of the main subject;

(b) A recognised Degree or Diploma in Education

OR

B.A.Ed. with Mathematics of the Regional College of Education.

Desirable:

(a) Fluency in English.
(b) The Candidates should have studied for which applying at 10 + 2 and graduation level.
(c) Candidates should have done one year diploma in Computer Science/ Applications.

Age: Below 40 Years

Prescribed application forms and others details can be obtained from the school office on payment of Rs. 150/- (including application fee) at the counter or by sending IPO's of Rs 200/- in the name of Principal & Director, MNSS, Rai payable at the Post Office P.S. Rai-131029. Applications complete in all respects along with attested photo copies of certificates/ degree/ diploma/ mark sheets etc. must reach the undersigned with 21 days from the date of publication of this advertisement.

Note:
(1) Candidates who have applied in March 2007 need not to apply agian and their applications will be considered automatically.

(2) The number of vacancies may be increased or decreased at the time of actual recruitment.

(3) Incomplete application or on plain paper will not be entertained at all.

(4) Candidates may be asked to undergo a written test, if deemed necessary

Admission For MBA (Tech.)/ MBA (Pharm. Tech)/ B.Tech/ B.Pharm SVKM's NMIMS University)

SVKM's NMIMS University

Admission For MBA (Tech.)/ MBA (Pharm. Tech)/ B.Tech/ B.Pharm

Application Are Invited for Mumbai & Shirpur Campus

(1)School of Pharmacy & Technology Management


Courses:

B. Pharm
MBA (Pharm. Tech.)

Eligibility Criteria & Selection Process:


B. Pharm -

The candidate must have passed 10 + 2 exam with science or science vocational with Physics, Chemistry and Maths (PCM) or Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) and English. They should have obtained minimum 50% marks in aggregate. Those awaiting their 10 + 2 exam result this year may also apply.

Direct admission to IInd year B.Pharm:


The candidate must be an Indian national and must have passed HSC examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology / Mathematics (or both) from an recognized institution/board. The candidate should have passed in first class post HSC diploma course in Pharmacy (as per ER 91 regulations of PCI) from an institution approved by AICTE & PCI with English as a medium of instruction.

Minimum 10% of total intake capacity of B.Pharm may be admitted (15% seats reserved for management quota)

Note: Candidates who will be admitted to direct second year B.Pharm course will have to appear for remedial subjects of first year B.Pharm which have not been covered at their diploma level.

MBA (Pharm Tech) -
The candidate must have passed 10 + 2 exam with science or science vocational with Physics, Chemistry and Maths (PCM) or Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) and English. They should have obtained minimum

50% marks in aggregate. Those awaiting their 10 + 2 exam result this year may also apply.

How To Apply:
All Candidates who wish to apply for the above programme should first apply online. Along with the acknowledgment slip, the candidate should send a DD of Rs 1600/- (Non - Refundable) favouring SVKM's NMIMS payable at Mumabi with self address cloth envelope of size 10" * 13 ". The prospectus kit will be couriered to the candidates.

Important Dates:

1. Start of Submission of on line Applications forms(Rs.1,600/-) 29/02/2008(Friday)

2. Last date of Submission of on line Application Forms 19/04/2008(Saturday) by 8.00 p.m.

3. Call letters for NMAT (T) 2008 will be available on www.nmims.edu at 5.00 p.m. 28/04/2008(Monday)

4. Conduct of NMAT (T) 2008 (Reporting time 2.00 p.m.)
04/05/2008(Sunday)

5. Result of NMAT (T) 2008 and List of candidates called for PI available on website www.nmims.edu at 5.00 p.m. 30/05/2008(Friday)

6. For entry of HSC(XIIth ) Marks / AIEEE/ MH-CET marks Registration opens on Registration closes on
02/06/2008(Monday)15.06.2008 (Sunday) by 8.00 p.m.

7. Conduct of Personal Interview for B. Tech / MBA (Tech.), & MBA (Pharm. Tech.) Programme. PI will be held only in Mumbai
18/06/2008 to 23/06/2008

8. List of selected candidates for admission on website www.nmims.edu
(5.00 p.m.) 01/07/2008(Tuesday)

9. Counseling and payment of fees (11.00 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.)
8th, 9th & 10th , July 2008 (Ist Round), 28th &29th July 2008(IInd Round)

10. Commencement of regular classes
04/08/2008(Monday)

(Note: The candidates must check his/her eligibility before applying for the course. Read instructions carefully and fill up Online Applications. Similarly see the sample copy of Online Applications and fill all the entries).


(2) Admissions open for Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering

B.(Tech.)
Eligibility:
The candidate must have passed 10+2 exam with science or science vocational with ( P.C.M. and English as subjects) and obtained minimum 50% marks in aggregate. Those awaiting their 10+2 exam result this year may also apply.

Selection Procedure:


Stage 1 : All eligible candidates who wish to apply for admission to B.Tech. Programme will be required to appear for a Written Test to be conducted at various locations in India. The venue will be announced well before the test date.

Stage 2 : Based on the performance in the written test, candidates will be short-listed and called for Personal Interview.

Stage 3 : Based on the performance in Stage 1 and Stage 2 and on the candidate’s 12th standard PCM marks, a composite merit list will be drawn as per the criteria laid down by the University. Candidates will be called for counseling session based on the above merit list. In the counseling session, candidates will be given admission to various disciplines as per their choice and availability of discipline.

Direct Admission:

to B. Tech. II year


Eligibility Creteria:


(1) The candidate must have passed First Year of 4 year B. E. / B. Tech. Course from recognized Institute / University OR

(2) The candidate must have passed Diploma in relevant branch of engineering from a recognized Institution with minimum of 60% marks

Selection Procedure:
Vacancies at the Second Year (within the overall intake) will be filled amongst the eligible applicants based on the performance at the qualifying examination and Personal Interview.

MBA (Tech.) (5 Years)

Eligibility Criteria
:

The Candidate must have passed 10+2 exam with science or science vocational with( P.C.M. and English as subjects) and obtained minimum 50% marks in aggregate. Those awaiting their 10+2 exam results this year may also apply.

Selection Procedure:

Stage 1 : All eligible candidates who wish to apply for admission to MBA (Tech.) Programme will be required to appear for a Written Test to be conducted at various locations in India. The venue will be announced well before the test date.

Stage 2 : Based on the performance in the written test, candidates will be short listed and called for Personal Interview.

Stage 3 : Based on the performance in Stage 1 and Stage 2 and on the candidate’s 12th standard PCM marks, a composite merit list will be drawn as per the criteria laid down by the University. Candidates will be called for counseling session based on the above merit list. In the counseling session, candidates will be given admission to various disciplines as per their choice and availability of discipline.

Important Dates:

1. Start of Submission of on line Applications forms(Rs.1,600/-) 29/02/2008(Friday)

2.Last date of Submission of on line Application Forms 19/04/2008(Saturday) by 8.00 p.m.

3.Call letters for NMAT (T) 2008 will be available on www.nmims.edu at 5.00 p.m. 28/04/2008(Monday)

4.Conduct of NMAT (T) 2008 (Reporting time 2.00 p.m.) 04/05/2008(Sunday)

5. Result of NMAT (T) 2008 and List of candidates called for PI available on website www.nmims.edu at 5.00 p.m. 30/05/2008(Friday)

6. For entry of HSC(XIIth ) Marks / AIEEE/ MH-CET marks Registration opens on Registration closes on 02/06/2008(Monday)15.06.2008 (Sunday) by 8.00 p.m.

7. Conduct of Personal Interview for B. Tech / MBA (Tech.), & MBA (Pharm. Tech.) Programme.
PI will be held only in Mumbai 18/06/2008 to 23/06/2008

8. List of selected candidates for admission on website www.nmims.edu (5.00 p.m.) 01/07/2008(Tuesday)

9. Counseling and payment of fees (11.00 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.)
8th, 9th & 10th , July 2008 (Ist Round), 28th &29th July 2008(IInd Round)

10. Commencement of regular classes 04/08/2008(Monday)

Institute Address:
SVKM's NMIMS University,
V. L. Mehta Road,
Vile Parle (W),
Mumbai - 400 056. India.
Tel.: +91 - 22 - 2613 4577 / 2618 3688
Timings: 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. & 2.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.
(Except Public holidays and Sundays)


For Admission related enquiries:
(Student Counsellors)
Tel No.: 022-2613 4577 / 2618 3688 Extn. 187 / 180 / 201
Direct Line: 022-26130858
Fax: +91 - 22 - 2611 4512
Email: enquiry@nmims.edu


For More details Please Visit: www.nmims.edu

Thursday, February 28, 2008

GITAM UNIVERSITY ADMISSION TEST (GAT-2008)

GITAM UNIVERSITY
(Estd. u/s 3 of the UGC Act 1956)
Gandhinagar Campus, Rushikonda,
VISAKHAPATNAM-530 045


GAT-2008 – GITAM UNIVERSITY ADMISSION TEST – 2008 is conducted through a Computer based Online Test for making admissions into B.Tech., BEM, BCA and integrated five year M.Sc. Degree Programmes of GITAM UNIVERSITY, Visakhapatnam for the academic year2008-09.

The University offers UG, PG, M.Phil. and Ph.D. Programmes in the disciplines of Engineering, Science and International Business.

GAT-2008 is conducted through computer based online test from 15th April to 14th May 2008 throughout the country for admission into the following programmes for 2008-09 :

1. Programmes offered:

i) B.Tech. – 4 Years

1. Biotechnology
2. Civil Engineering
3. Computer Science & Engineering
4. Electrical & Electronics Engineering
5. Electronics & Communication
6. Electronics & Instrumentation Engg.
7. Information Technology
8. Mechanical Engineering
9. Mechanical Engineering
(Manufacturing and
Engineering Management)

ii) BCA (Bachelor of Computer Applications) – 3 Years

iii) BEM (Bachelor of Environmental Management) – 3 Years

iv) Integrated M.Sc. Degree programmes – 5 Years

1. Applied Mathematics 4. Chemistry
2. Biochemistry 5. Physics
3. Biotechnology 6. Microbiology

2. Eligibility:

For admission into all the above programmes, the candidates should have passed 10+2/12th examination from a recognized Central / State Board or its equivalent either in 2008 or 2007 subject to securing the following percentage of marks in specified subjects.

i) B.Tech. Programmes (other than Biotechnology) : A minimum of 60% marks in aggregate in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
ii) B.Tech. in Biotechnology: A minimum of 60% marks in aggregate in Mathematics or Biology, Physics and Chemistry.
iii) BCA : A minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry.
iv) BEM and 5 year integrated M.Sc. Programmes: A minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in Mathematics or Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

Students who are appearing for 10+2/12th examination in 2008 or who have passed 10+2/12th Examination in 2007 only are eligible to appear in the GAT-2008. Students who have passed 10+2/12th examination in 2006 or earlier are NOT eligible to appear in GAT-2008.

3. Details of GAT-2008:

Computer Based Online test means the candidate sits in front of a computer and the questions are presented on the computer monitor and the candidate submits the answers through the use of keyboard or mouse. Each computer is connected to a server, which prepares the questions set and delivers it to the candidate on the computer. This is unlike the traditional paper-pencil based test, which is generally offered on a single day to all candidates. GAT-2008 will be offered over a period of time and the candidate can choose the center, the day and time of his/her convenience to take the test, as described in the later sections.

GAT–2008 Test Format:

GAT–2008 will be of total 2 hour duration (without break). The test consists of three parts:
Part I : Mathematics / Biology
Part II : Physics
Part III : Chemistry

How to apply: for GAT-2008 :

Interested candidates should register their names for GAT–2008 by applying in the prescribed application form which can be obtained in one of the following modes :
i) Download the application form online at http:/ www.gitam.edu and take the print out. The filled in application form along with prescribed fees of Rs.1000/- (Rupees One thousand only) in case of male candidates and Rs.600/- (Rupees Six hundred only) in case of female candidates by way of Demand Draft payable at Visakhapatnam from any scheduled bank should be sent to Director–Admissions, GITAM UNIVERSITY, Visakhapatnam-530 045

or

ii) Obtain the application form from any one of the selected branches of Union Bank of India throughout India

or

(ii) Obtain the application form by post from the Director, Admissions GITAM UNIVERSITY, Visakhapatnam by sending a request on plain paper giving the candidate’s name and mailing address, accompanied by a crossed demand draft for Rs.1,100/- (Rupees One thousand one hundred only) in case of male candidates and Rs. 700/- (Rupees Seven hundred only) in case of female candidates. The application form will be sent by Speed Post / Registered Post.
Requests by post will be accepted only till 5th March, 2008. Demand Drafts should be drawn in favour of GITAM UNIVERSITY, payable at Visakhapatnam on any scheduled bank.

Special provision for Female candidates:
The GAT-2008 application fee for female candidates is Rs.600/- (Res.700/- by post) only insteadof Rs.1,000/- Rs.1100/- Further, the University will try its best to accommodate all female candidates at their first preference of test centers.

Procedure for applying for Admission:

In addition to applying for and appearing in GAT-2008, candidates have to also apply for admission to GITAM UNIVERSITY giving details of their 10+2/12th marks and preferences to different degree programmes offered along with D.D. for Rs.200/- drawn in favour of GITAM UNIVERSITY payable at Visakhapatnam. The prescribed application form(s) for admission will be available at the GITAM UNIVERSITY website (www.gitam.edu) by 30th April 2008. The application form can also be obtained by post from Director-Admissions by sending a D.D. for Rs.250/-.

Important dates and deadlines:
• Issue/downloading of application form - 15-01-2008
• Last date of receipt of applications - 15-03-2008
• Issue / downloading of Hall Tickets/
Admit Cards from - 25-03-2008
• Online Test - 15-04-2008 to 14-05-2008
• Announcement of Test results - 21-05-2008
• Issue of Application forms for Admission - 30-04-2008 to 30-06-2008
• Announcement of Merit List & Wait List on the website - 04-07-2008
Completed application forms for GAT-2008 and for admission should be sent by registered post/speed post or personally submitted in the office of the undersigned so as to reach him before the announced deadlines:

Address:
The Director – Admissions
GITAM UNIVERSITY
Gandhi Nagar Campus, Rushikonda
Visakhapatnam 530 045 (Andhra Pradesh)


For More Details Please Visit: www.gitam.edu/GAT_Brochure.pdf

Admission to Securities Markets Programme (SMP) 2008-09 (5th Batch) (INDIAN INSTITUTES OF CAPITAL MARKETS)

INDIAN INSTITUTES OF CAPITAL MARKETS
(Formerly UTI Institute Of Capital Markets)

Invites Applications for Admission to

Securities Markets Programme (SMP) 2008-09 (5th Batch)

A one Year Full Tome Post garduate Programme

SMP
• abstract the building blocks of the securities markets, understand them conceptually, and develop a capability to design the solutions that meets specific requirements
• develop skill sets necessary to perform the key technical activities in the securities markets.

Eligibility Criteria:


The applicants of the programme should possess:
A Master’s Degree of two years duration from a recognised Indian university
OR
A Bachelor’s Degree of three years duration from a recognised Indian university with minimum of two years post qualification relevant experience

Admission Procedure:

It consists of a written test and a personal interview. The written test would attempt to assess the following attributes of a candidate:

1. Quantitative aptitude;
2. Analytical and reasoning skills; and
3. Language proficiency.

The duration of the test would be 120 minutes.

The written test will be conducted on 15th March 2008 (Saturday) at the following centers:

Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Indore, Kolkata, Kochi, Lucknow, Mumbai, New Delhi and Patna."

Candidates, qualifying in the written test, would be called for a personal interview. They will be intimated through email and/or letters. Personal interviews will be held on April 7, 8, 10 & 11, 2008 at Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai and New Delhi .

All expenses related to writing the test and attending personal interview shall be borne by the candidate. The Institute will not bear or reimburse any expenditure in this regard.

Merit list of selected candidates will be displayed on the Institute's website on April 22, 2008. Selected candidates are required to pay a commitment fees of Rs.10,000/- (non-refundable adjustable against tuition fees) on or before May 10, 2008. Further, the first list of selected candidates are required to complete all the formalities and pay their tuition fees on or before May 15, 2008. Commitment fees will be forfeited if the candidates are not taking admission before due date. Candidates who have not completed the formalities on or before May 15, 2008 their admissions stands cancelled.

The second list of candidates will be announced on the Institute's website on May 16, 2008 depending on the vacancies. They are required to pay their tuition fees and complete all the formalities before May 23, 2008.

The Institute has a policy of reserving a few seats for industry sponsored candidates and overseas students.

1. Sponsored candidates: IICM has a policy for admitting sponsored candidates upto a maximum of five students. They are exempted from admission test / written test and they will have to appear for Personal interview/ group discussions.
2. Overseas students: IICM would be giving preference for the aspiring overseas/ foreign students upto a maximum of five seats subject to approval of the competent authority.

Note: In case of sponsored candidates and overseas students are not taking admissions these seats will be accordingly allotted to the overall seats.

Candidates selected for interview will be required to present the originals and submit the photocopies of the following documents at the time of interview:
1. Graduation/Post Graduation certificate issued by the University / recognized institute.
2. Statement of marks of Graduation / Post Graduation examination issued by the / recognized institute.
3. Birth date certificate (i.e. S.S.C., School leaving certificate or birth certificate issued by the Municipal authority).
4. Experience certificate from the employer, if any.

How to obtain the Prospectus and Application Form?


The Prospectus and Application Form can be downloaded from the website: http://utiicm.com. Candidates can also obtain the application form alongwith SMP prospectus from the Office of the SMP Admissions, Indian Institute of Capital Markets. Application Form duly filled in all respects should be sent to the following address alongwith a demand draft of Rs.1000/- (Rupees one thousand only) drawn in favour of the Indian Institute of Capital Markets payable at Mumbai or it can be submitted in person at the Institute by paying cash of Rs.1000/-. This amount of Rs.1000/- is non-refundable.

Office of the SMP Admissions (Ms. Komal Mayekar)
Indian Institute of Capital Markets
(Formerly UTI Institute of Capital Markets)
Plot no. 82, Sector 17,Vashi, Navi Mumbai – 400 705.
Tel: (022) 2788 3016 (Direct), 2788 3000 (Board)
Fax No: (022) 2789 2824 / 6863
Email: smp0809@utiicm.com


Important Dates:

Last date for receipt of application form at IICM
March 5, 2008

Written test
March 15, 2008

Announcement of written test results
March 24, 2008

Personal interviews
April 7, 8, 10 & 11, 2008

Announcement of first list of eligible candidates for admission
April 22, 2008

Payment of commitment fees for first list
May 10, 2008

Last date for completing all formalities and payment of tuition fee (for first list)
May 15, 2008

Announcement of second list of eligible candidates for admission
May 16, 2008

Last date for payment of fee (for second list)
May 23, 2008

Commencement of the programme
June 2, 2008

For More Details Please Visit: www.utiicm.com

Admission Notice For B.Tech/ M.Tech/MCA/MBA/M.Sc/M.Sc (5 Years)/BCA/MBBS/B.Sc Nursing/ Medical M.Sc

SIKKIM MANIPAL UNIVERSITY
of Health Medical And Technology Sciences
5th Mile, Tadong, Gangtok-737102, Sikkim


Admission 2008

Admission Notice For B.Tech/ M.Tech/MCA/MBA/M.Sc/M.Sc (5 Years)/BCA/MBBS/B.Sc Nursing/ Medical M.Sc

(A)Sikkim Manipal Institute Of Technology

(1) B. Tech. - Computer Engineering / Electrical & Electronics / Electronics & Communications / Information Technology / Mechanical Engineering

Eligibility:
10+2 CBSE or Equivalent with at least 50% Marks in Physics, Chemistry/ Computers/ Biology/ Bio-Technology.

(2) M. Tech (Power Electronics )

Eligibility: Bachelor Degree in Engineering with 60 % marks in related field.

(3)Master of Computer Applications (MCA)

Eligibility: Bachelor Degree with Mathematics/ Statistics as one of the subject in 10 + 2 level.

(4)Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Finance / Marketing / Systems / Human Resource Development (HRD)

Eligibility: Bachelor Degree in any discipline (Admission through MAT / CAT test conducted by SMIT)

(B) School of Basic & Applied Sciences Courses


(1) 5-year Integrated M.Sc.
- Chemistry / Mathematics / Physics

Eligibility: 10+2 CBSE Or Equivalent with Physics, Chemistry/ Computers/ Biology/ Bio-Technology.

(2) M. Sc.
- Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics
Eligibility: Bachelor Degree in relevant Subject(Chemistry or Mathematics or Physics)

(3) BCA


Eligibility: 10+2 CBSE or Equivalent in any system

(C) Sikkim Manipal Institute Of Medical Sciences


(1) MBBS


Eligibility: 10 + 2 CBSE Or Equivalent with at least 50% Marks in PCB in aggregate with pass in English.

(2) B.Sc Nursing & BPT

Eligibility:

10_2 CBSE or Equivalent with at least 50% Marks in PCB in aggregate with pass in English.

(3) Medical Msc (Anatomy, Physiology, Micro- Biology, Bio-Chemistry, Bio Technology.)

Eligibility: Bachelor Degree in any branches with minimum 55% marks in aggregate.

How To Apply:


Candidates can apply to Sikkim Manipal University courses using any of the following options:

OPTION 1

The prospectus is available from select branches of AXIS Bank till 30.06.08. visit http://smu.edu.in/study/admission/admission.php for list of AXIS Bank Branches.

OPTION 2

The prospectus can be purchased from Sikkim Manipal University, Admissions office by writing to the following address by enclosing a request along with a Demand Draft for Rs. 500/- drawn in the name of Sikkim Manipal University payable at Gangtok.

Admission Officer
Sikkim Manipal University
5th Mile, Tadong, Gangtok, Sikkim. 737102
Phones: +91-3592-270389
E-mail: admission_smu@smu.edu.in


OR

Chairman, Admission Committee
Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology (SMIT), Majitar, Rangpo, Sikkim. 737132
Phones: +91-3592-246-466/216/217/219/220
Mobile: 9434445050, 9434384701
E-mail: admission_smu@smu.edu.in


Important Note:

Please read the instructions very carefully before filling the application form. Completed application form along with the copies of necessary documents in support of your claim should be dispatched to

The Chairman
Admission Cell
Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology
Majitar, Rangpo, East Sikkim – 737132



Last Date of Applying:

B. Tech. - Computer Engineering
10 April 2008 (UGET) / 15 June 2008 (AIEEE & Others)

B. Tech. - Electrical & Electronics
10 April 2008 (UGET) / 15 June 2008 (AIEEE & Others)

B. Tech. - Electronics & Communications
10 April 2008 (UGET) / 15 June 2008 (AIEEE & Others)

B. Tech. - Information Technology
10 April 2008 (UGET) / 15 June 2008 (AIEEE & Others)

B. Tech. - Mechanical Engineering
10 April 2008 (UGET) / 15 June 2008 (AIEEE & Others)

B.Sc. (Nursing)
7 June 2008

Bachelor of Computer Applications
10 July 2008

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
10 April 2008

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)
7 June 2008

BS (Engineering) Twinning Programme
15 June 2008

5-year Integrated M.Sc. - Chemistry
15 June 2008

5-year Integrated M.Sc. - Mathematics
15 June 2008

5-year Integrated M.Sc. - Physics
15 June 2008

M. Sc. - Chemistry
7 August 2008

M. Sc. - Mathematics
7 August 2008

M. Sc. - Physics
7 August 2008

M. Tech - Computer Science & Engineering
10 July 2008

M. Tech - Digital Electronics & Advance Communications
10 July 2008

M. Tech - Information Technology
10 July 2008

M.Sc. (Human Anatomy)
7 August 2008

M.Sc. (Medical Biochemistry)
7 August 2008

M.Sc. (Medical Microbiology)
7 August 2008

M.Sc. (Medical Physiology)
7 August 2008

Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Finance
15 June 2008

Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Human Resource Development
N/A

Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Marketing
N/A

Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Systems
N/A

Master of Computer Applications (MCA)
N/A

Master of Technology Power Electronics (M. Tech. PE)
N/A

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Admission Notice 2008 For M.A COMMUNICATION & PGDJ (Amrita Vishwa VidyaPeetham)

Amrita Vishwa VidyaPeetham
Deemed University

Amrita School Of Communication

Admission Notice 2008 For M.A COMMUNICATION & PGDJ

Eligibility:

The minimum qualification to apply for admission to both M.A. [Communication] and PGDJ Programme is a Bachelor’s Degree (10+2+3 years of education) in any discipline which is recognised by the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi, or any degree equivalent to the Bachelor’s Degree.

Those appearing for the final year of the Bachelor’s Degree Examination may also apply subject to completing writing their examinations, if any, before joining the Programme. Such candidates will however have to fulfill the above eligibility requirements in respect of minimum academic qualifications for admission. Eligible candidates with appropriate industry experience have an added advantage.

CAPTEST 2008


All candidates seeking admission to Amrita School of Communication for the PG programmes will be put through a selection process conducted by the school called CAPTEST at the Ettimadai campus of the Amrita University.

Instructions to apply


1) The application can be obtained by post by sending an amount of Rs 350 by DD. The DD should be drawn in favour of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita School of Communication, payable at Coimbatore. The duly filled in application form should be mailed to The Admissions Coordinator, Amrita School of Communication, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Ettimadai, Coimbatore - 641 105.

2) Sending the Downloaded form: Applications can also be downloaded from university website. The downloaded application form duly filled should be sent with a Demand Draft for Rs.350/. Candidates applying for both the courses will have to send two separate application forms alongwith two separate demand drafts.

3) Filled in application form should reach the Admissions Coordinator .

4) All Demand Drafts to be drawn in favour of 'Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham-Amrita School of Communication' from any recognised bank and payable at Coimbatore.

Nature of CAPTEST


CAPTEST is an examination in Creative Writing, Group Discussion, Elocution & Personal Interview.

Enquiries regarding admission and requests for application forms may be directed to the
Admissions Coordinator,
Amrita School of Communication,
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham,
Deemed University,
Ettimadai P.O.,
Coimbatore - 641 105 OR
call: 099949-38380


For More Details Please Visit: www.amrita.edu/ascom

5 years Integrated Masters Programme (M.S) The Indian Institute of Science Education & Research (IISER)

The Indian Institute of Science Education & Research (IISER)

Admission - 2008: 5 years Integrated Masters Programme (M.S)

The Government of India, through the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), has set up three Science Institutes. These are at Pune, Kolkata, & Mohali, patterned after the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, in terms of high quality research in basic sciences, but with additional education program in the form of an integrated five year Masters curriculum, following class XII of our school system (or its equivalent). Each IISER is an autonomous degree awarding Institution. The central theme of IISERs is to integrate education with research so that undergraduate and postgraduate teaching as well as doctoral and post-doctoral research work are carried out in unison.

Each IISER will admit up to 100 students in the academic session beginning in July 2008. For further details on IISERs, please visit www.iiserkol.ac.in / www.iisermohali.ac.in / www.iiserpune.ac.in

1. KISHORE VAIGYANIC PROTSAHAN YOJNA ( KVPY ) SB+2 2008, SA -2007 BATCHES (www.iisc.ernet.in/kvpy)
2. STAGE II - INDIAN NATIONAL OLYMPIAD EXAMINATION (www.hbcse.tifr.res.in/olympiads)
3. IIT JEE – 2008 (those who figure in regular and extended merit lists)

Students wishing to pursue science as a career and having passed (10+2) or its equivalent qualifying examination in 2007 or will be appearing in 2008 may apply in plain paper giving the following information:

Name, address for correspondence, phone no., e-mail address, name and address and telephone no. of the school, attaching class X mark-sheet, parent’s name, name of the qualifying examination (“KVPY-2007/08” or “Olympiad-2008” or “IIT JEE-2008” with roll no./ registration no). The application should be mailed to the following address:

Chairman, Admissions Committee
IISER Mohali
MGSIPA Complex, Sector 26
Chandigarh - 160019

The name of the examination (“KVPY-2007/2008” / “Olympiad-2008”/ “IIT JEE-2008” ) is to be mentioned clearly on the envelope. Last date for receiving applications is June 10, 2008.

Counseling for admission from KVPY SA-2007, SB +2 2008 and Olympiad-2008 will be held on June 14, 2008 (Saturday) at 0930 hrs.

Counseling for admission from IIT JEE- 2008 will be held on July 1, 2008 (Tuesday) at 0930 hrs. at all IISERs.

All applicants are advised to visit the websites
www.iiserkol.ac.in/admission-2008
www.iisermohali.ac.in/admission-2008
www.iiserpune.ac.in/admission-2008


For More details Please Visit: www.iisermohali.ac.in

Admission Notice For (Distance Education) MBA /MCA /M.Sc/ Advance/ P.G Diploma (ANNA UNIVERSITY COIMBATORE)

ANNA UNIVERSITY - COIMBATORE
DIRECTORATE OF ONLINE AND DISTANCE EDUCATION
Gct Campus, Coimbatore- 641013.
Phone: 0422-2455353
Email: dode@annauniv.ac.in


DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSES

LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION 31.03.2008

Courses And Eligibility


(1) MBA (4 Semesters)

Eligibilty
:
Any degree

(2) MCA (6 Semesters)

Eligibility:
Any degree with Mathematics / Statistics / Computer Oriented subject as one of the subject in the degree level or any degree with mathematics at Plus Two level or Equivalent.

(3) M.Sc (4 Semesters)

Eligibility:
B.Sc. Mathematics / Computer Science /Physics/ Information Technology/ Software
Engineering/Applied Sciences/Computer Technology/Computer Systems Maintenance and Networking/Electronics Or Equivalent.

(4)P.G Diploma
(1 Year)

Eligibility:
Any Degree

(5)Advanced Diploma
(1 Year)

Eligibility
:
Three Year Diploma in Polytechnic College Or Equivalent

(6) Diploma
(1 Year)

Eligibility
:
A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of tamil nadu or equivalent.

How To Apply:
(a) Applications can be obtained in person at the office of the directorate of Online and Distance Education, Anna University- Coimbatore, GCT Campus, Coimbatore-641013 submitting a demand draft for Rs. 500/- for P.G Programme/ Rs 300 for PG Diploma/ Advance Diploma/ Diploma Programme.
OR

(b) Applications can be obtained by post by sending a Demand Draft for Rs. 550/- for PG Programme/ Rs. 350/- for P.G Diploma/ advance Diploma/ Diploma Programme to the office of the Directorate of Online and Distance Education, Anna University Coimbatore, GCT Campus, Coimbatore-641013 with a request letter for the application
OR

(c) Application downloaded from the university website can be sent along with DD as mentioned above.
OR

(d) Overseas students can download the applications and send it along with Demand Draft for $150 towards application Fee.

IMPORTANT DATES:


Learning Centre In Tamil Nadu
Last date for Receipt of Application 15.03.2008

Learning Centre In INDIA (Outside Tamil Nadu)
Last date
for Receipt of Application 15.03.2008

Learning Centres In Other Countries
Last date for Reciept of Application 20.03.2008

For More Details Please Visit: www.annauniv.edu/cde

ADMISSION NOTICE FOR PCS(JUDICIAL) & UGC (NET) COACHING CLASSES ( PUNJABI UNIVERSITY PATIALA)

IAS & ALLIED SERVICES TRAINING CENTRE

PUNJABI UNIVERSITY PATIALA

ADMISSION NOTICE FOR PCS(JUDICIAL) & UGC (NET) COACHING CLASSES

Applications for admission to the coaching classes PCS (Judicial) and UGC (NET) in
the subjects of Economics, History, Political Science, Education, Geography, Punjabi, Law, Public Administration, Commerce, Hindi, Sociology, Psychology, English, Sanskrit, Library Science and Journalism & Mass Communication for Examination June 2008 are invited from the eligible conditions. Applications are to be submitted to the:
Director IAS TRAINING CENTRE on plain paper (Performa type) along with three latest passport size photographs and attested copies of testimonials by March 03, 2008.

Interview for PCS (Judicial) will be held on March 5, 2008
for UGC (NET)
March 12, 2008 at 10 am in IAS Trainig Centre.

For Further Details
Contact the
Director, Dr K.S Sohal,
Tel. 0175-3046351,3046352 &
Mob No. 98159-85816.

National Seminar on "Radiation and Materials" (NSRM08) (Punjabi University Patiala)

National Seminar on "Radiation and Materials" (NSRM08)
Punjabi University Patiala
Department Physics

(10th March, 2008 to 11th March, 2008)

Dr. Niranjan Singh, (Secretary, Organizing Committee NSRM08)

Phone: 09814802963
niranjan_singh@yahoo.co.in

Department of Physics
Punjabi University, Patiala- 147002



ATTENTION

For any further enquiry, contact

Prof. A.k. Sikri (Chairman) NSRM08
Phone: 09417329379

Prof. K.L. Allawadhi (Convener) NSRM08
Department of Physics
Punjabi University, Patiala- 147002
Phone:09814116689(M)
E-mail: allawadhi@yahoo.co.in

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

ADMISION NOTICE FOR MBBS PGME-2008-09 ARMY COLLEGE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES(ACMS)

ARMY COLLEGE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES(ACMS)
DELHI CANTT

ADMISION NOTICE FOR MBBS PGME-2008-09

ACMS established under the aegis of Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) invites application from eligible/ entitled candidates for admission to MBBS Course 2008-09 recognized by Guru Gobind Signgh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), Delhi.

Last Date of Issue of Prospectus of GGSIPU, Delhi by Post/ Hand: 4/ 15 April 2008 respectively.

Qualification:


Minimum educational qualification 12th class under the 10+2 scheme/ Senior School certificate examination or Intermediate Sciences (I. Sc) or an equivalent examination of the recognized University/ Board of any Indian State with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English (Core or Elective or Functional). Candidates must have passed these subjects individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks together in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Candidates appearing in qualifying examination are also eligible to apply.

Eligibility Conditions:

The children of following category of Army personnel are eligible:

(a) Serving or retired Army personnel in receipt of regular pension or SS officers served in Army for a minimum period of 10 years.

(b) Army personnel killed in action or those died during their service or disabled in action in Army.

(c) AMC/ ADC officers presently serving with Navy or Air Force, served in Army for a minimum period of 10 years and are members of AOBF.

(d) MNS Officers served in Army for a minimum period 10 years as regular MNS. APS personnel on deputation and have put in at least 10 years of service in Army or who have been directly recruited/ commissioned in APS and retired after completing their minimum service qualifying for pension and TA personnel completed 10 years of embodied service.

(e) Adopted wards of Army personnel provided they have been legally adopted at least five years before admission.

(f) Sons/ daughters or widows of Army personnel who were born of their mother’s first marriage and their mother has later re-married a civilian.

(g) Step children of Army personnel who were born out of the wedlock where at least one parent belonged to Army.

Age: Candidates should be at least of 17 years as on 31.12.2008

No. of Seats: One hundred (100) Seats

Selection:
Mandatory for applicant to appear in Common Entrance Test – Code 23 (CET: MBBS 2008) conducted by GGSIPU, Delhi in two stages. Stage – I on 08 June 2008 and stage II on 28 June 2008. Eligible candidates short listed on the basis of CET marks will be called for counseling at ACMS in July 2008.

Application:


Candidates required to buy prospectus of ACMS and Admission Brochure III of GGSIP University and apply to both the institutions separately.

Prospectus and Application Form of ACMS can be obtained:


(a) By sending a DD of Rs.570/- drawn in favor of Army College of Medical Sciences payable at Delhi (or by hand DD or Rs.500/-) from Registrar Army College of Medical Sciences. Near Base Hospital Delhi Cantt, PIN – 110 010. The name, Address and Phone Number of Candidate should be clearly mentioned on the back side of Demand Draft. In case of any query contact Phone No: 011 – 25693701.

(b) From AWES, 153, Rajaji Marg, Kashmir House, Delhi – 110 011/ AWES Cell, All Command HQ

Admission Brochure II and Application Form of GGSIP University for appearing in (CET: MBBS 2008) can be obtained:

(a) From designated Branches of Punjab & Sind Bank all over India or

(b)By post from Joint Registrar (Academic), Room No. 108, Administrative Block, GGSIP University, Kashmere Gate, Delhi – 110 403 by sending following:

1. An application on plain paper.
2. A Demand Draft of Rs800/- (Rupees Eight Hundred only) in favour of Registrar, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, payable at Delhi. The name, Address and Phone Number of the candidate should be clearly mentioned on the back side of Demand Draft.
3. A self addressed envelope of size 24 × 30 cms.

In case of any query contact, GGSIPU, Delhi at 011 – 20600180 or website: www.ipu.ac.in

MISC:

Selected candidates, after completion of MBBS and one year compulsory rotatory internship would be required to join Army Medical Corps as Short Service Commission Officer subject to availability of vacancies and their being found physically fit after undergoing open and transparent process of selection.

Important Dates:


(a) Last Date of Issue of Prospectus of GGSIPU, Delhi by Post/ Hand: 4/ 15 April 2008 respectively.

(b) Last Date for Receipt of Complete Application by GGSIPU, Delhi: 21 April 2008

(c) Common Entrance test of GGSIPU, Delhi (Stage-I): 8 June 2008 (2.00 PM to 5.00 PM)

(d)Common Entrance Test of GGSIPU, Delhi (Stage-II): 28 June 2008 (2.00PM to 5.00 PM)

(e) ACMS Prospectus with Application available from: 1 March, 2008

(f) Last Date for Receipt of Application form by ACMS: 21 April, 2008

Note: Conditions given in prospectus apply. Institute will not be responsible for any postal losses or delay.

For More Details Please Visit: www.ipu.ac.in

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MADRAS Ph.D. and M.S. ADMISSION – JULY 2008

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MADRAS
Ph.D. and M.S. ADMISSION – JULY 2008


Applications are invited for admission to Ph.D and M.S programmes under regular full time [with/without Half-time Teaching/Research Assistantship (HTRA)] and part-time/external in the engineering departments of Aerospace, Applied Mechanics, Biotechnology, Chemical, Civil, Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical, Engineering Design, Mechanical, Metallurgical & Materials and Ocean and in the departments of Chemistry, Humanities & Social Sciences, Management Studies, Mathematics and Physics.

Opportunities exist for candidates to do Joint Ph.D in Engineering & Sciences offered by IIT Madras & National University of Singapore. Joint Ph.D programme is also offered by IIT Madras, Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology, Trivandrum and Christian Medical College, Vellore in the area of Biomedical Devices and Technology.

Application and Admission Brochure may be obtained by post with a request enclosing a self-addressed envelope (26 x 18 cm) and a demand draft for Rs. 250/- (Rs. 125/- in the case of SC/ST/PD/Female candidates) drawn in favour of “IIT Madras” payable at Chennai to the Assistant Registrar (Acad.), IIT Madras, Chennai 600036 on or before 21.03.2008 by post and up to 28.03.2008 in person. Reservations are applicable to SC/ST/Persons with Disability (PD) candidates as per Govt. of India rules. The envelope must be superscribed as “Request for application for Ph.D/M.S programme”. Candidates applying for more than one department should submit a separate application for each department.

For more details, Application and Admission Brochure please visit http://www.iitm.ac.in. Candidates applying online have to send the demand draft along with a hard copy of the filled in application.

Note: Candidates seeking admission to Biotechnology, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Departments must apply online following the instructions given therein through the respective Website:

http://www.biotech.iitm.ac.in/msphd
http://www.chem.iitm.ac.in/msphd
http://www.ee.iitm.ac.in/msphd
http://www.mech.iitm.ac.in/msphd


The last date for receipt of completed application is 28.03.2008.

IMPORTANT DATES
– July - Nov 2008

(1) Issue of Application forms and also downloadable from IITM website … 25.02.2008 (Monday)

(2) Last date for receipt of requisition for application form by post … 21.03.2008 (Friday)

(3)Last date for receipt of completed application form at counter/by post 28.03.2008 (Friday)

(4)Candidates to join on
18.07.2008 (Friday)

For More Details Please Visit: www.iitm.ac.in

INSTITUTE OF MICROBIOLOGY REQUIRES ENGINEERS (B.TECH)

INSTITUTE OF MICROBIOLOGY
(council of Scientific & Industrial Research)
Sector 39-A, CHANDIGARH-160 036
Web add: http://imtech.res.in/

For ongoing as well as planned activities of the Institute applications are invited for the following posts:-
(1) Assistant Executive Engineer Group III(4) (Civil) - 1 Post
(2) Assistant Engineer Group III(3) (Electrical) - 1 Post
(3) Junior Engineer Group III(1) (Electrical) - 1 Post
(4) Technical Assistant Group III(1) - 16 Posts

POST No.1:- Assistant Executive Engineer Group III(4) (Civil) - 1 Post (Unreserved)

Pay Scale:- Rs.8000-275-13500/- (Total Emoluments Rs.20,000/-p.m.approx.) at Chandigarh.

Essential Qualification:- Ist class B.E/B.Tech. in Civil Engineering with 6 years relevant experience.


Desirable Qualification:- Pre & Post contract management of large multistoreyed buildings, works consisting of commercial, residential & institutional buildings and large townships including services works. Should be able to use software/computers for contract management.


Job Requirement:- The incumbent will be required to prepare estimates, tender documents, day to day supervision, prepare bills and handling of conditional matters. Preference will be given to those who are having similar experience of works in departments like CPWD/Other public sector organizations.



Age Limit:- Not exceeding 35 years as on 15.04.2008.



POST No.2:- Assistant Engineer Group III(3) (Electrical) - 1 Post (Unreserved)

Pay Scale:- Rs.6500-200-10500 (Total Emoluments Rs.15,146/-p.m.approx.) at Chandigarh.

Essential Qualification:- Ist class B.E/B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering with 3 years relevant experience.

Desirable Qualification:- Experience in internal and external electrification of multistoreyed commercial, residential, institutional buildings and large township etc.


Job Requirement:- The incumbent will be required to prepare schemes and estimates for internal electrification of housing and multistoreyed buildings, sub-station equipment upto 11KV, Lifts, Fire Alarm and Fire fighting systems. Preference will be given to those who have experience in maintenance of buildings and sub-stations.

Age Limit :- Not exceeding 35 years as on 15.04.2008.

POST No.3:- Junior Engineer Group III(1) (Electrical) - 1 Post (Reserved for OBC)

Pay Scale:- Rs.4500-125-7000 (Total Emoluments Rs.9861/- approx.) at Chandigarh.

Essential Qualification:- Ist Class Diploma in Electrical Engineering of 3 years full time duration or its equivalent.

Desirable Qualification:- Minimum experience of one year in internal/external electrification and maintenance of Office Buildings/Residential Housing Complex and preparation of estimates, bills and recording of measurements in MBs.

Job Requirement:- Day-to-day maintenance and preventive maintenance of services such as internal, external electrification, sub-station, lifts, air-conditioning systems, pumps and fire-fighting and alarm systems in Residential/Office Buildings and preparation of estimates, day-to-day supervision of works, recording of measurements and preparation of bills.

Age Limit :- Not exceeding 28 years as on 15.04.2008.


POST No.4:- Technical Assistant Group III(1) - 16 Posts (5-Unreserved, 3-Reserved for SC, 2-Reserved for ST, 4-Reserved for OBC, 1-Reserved for PH(O.H/Hearing Handicapped) & 1-Reserved for meritorious Sportsperson).

Pay Scale:- Rs.4500-125-7000 (Total Emoluments Rs.9861/- approx.) at Chandigarh.

Age Limit :- Not exceeding 28 years as on 15.04.2008.

POST No.4(i)

Essential Qualification:- Ist class B.Sc. with one or more of the following subjects:-

Chemistry / Physics / Mathematics / Biophysics / Botany /Biology/Biochemistry/ Microbiology/Zoology/Biotechnology as subjects or Ist class B.Sc. in MLT.


Desirable Qualification:- Relevant working experience (minimum 1 year in Chemistry/ Microbiology / Biochemistry/Medical/ Fermentation/Molecular Biology/ Laboratory animal handing and in handling analytical equipment/working with sophisticated lab instruments and a certified course in Computers.

Or

POST No.4(ii)

Essential Qualification:- Ist Class B.Sc. in Computer Science Or Ist Class diploma of 3 years duration(full time) in Electronics or Computer or Information Technology or Instrumentation Or Ist Class Bachelor Degree in Computer Applications or Information Technology or Electronics or Instrumentation.

Desirable Qualification:- Minimum one year Hands on experience in using computer for database management, DTD, maintenance of e-mail facility and/or similar applications. Working experience in Database/Oracle and knowledge of hard-ware will be an added advantage.

Or

POST No.4(iii)

Essential Qualification:- Ist Class diploma of 3 years duration(full time) in Mechanical Engineering or its equivalent.

Desirable Qualification:- Minimum one year experience in day-to-day operation and maintenance of services such as Air-conditioning, Fire fighting systems, Boilers, Lifts in Office/Multistoreyed Buildings, preparation of estimates, day to day supervision of works, recording of measurements and preparation of bills etc.



Interested candidates may apply on plain paper (application form can also be downloaded from our web-site) giving the following information (1) Name of the post applied for; (2) Name of the candidate (in Block letters); (3) Father's name; (4) Date of birth; (5) Address for communication; (6) Permanent Address (7) Qualification indicating (i) Examination passed (ii) Name of the University (iii) Subjects taken (iv) Division and % of marks obtained (8) Experience, if any; (9) Caste/Category (i.e. whether General/SC/ST/OBC/PH/Meritorious Sportsperson; and (10) whether you have any blood relation in IMTECH/CSIR, if so, details (11) Name and address of three referees. Applications must be typed and duly signed by the candidate and affixed with a latest passport size photograph of the candidate along with copies of certificates and the application fee of Rs. 100/- (No fee in case of SC/ST candidates) in the form of Demand Draft drawn in favour of Director, IMTECH, Chandigarh should reach the Director, Institute of Microbial Technology, Sector 39-A, Chandigarh-160036, latest by 15.04.2008.



GENERAL CONDITIONS

1.The service under CSIR/IMTECH is governed by the New Defined Contributory Pension Scheme of Government of India as made applicable with effect from 01st January, 2004.

2.The prescribed age limit will be reckoned as on the last date for receipt of application. Relaxation of age in respect of Physically Handicapped and Ex-Serviceman will be as per G.O.I Orders. Relaxation to SC/ST/OBC/Meritorious Sportsperson as per GOI Orders in respect of posts reserved for those categories.

3.Relaxation of 5 years in age will also be permissible to those who had ordinarily been domiciled in the Kashmir division of the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period from 01.01.1980 to 31.12.1989 subject to production of relevant certificate from concerned authority.

4.Those employed in Govt. Deptt,/ PSUs /Autonomous Bodies should send their applications through proper channel.

5.Mere fulfillment of the minimum prescribed qualification and experience will not vest any right on a candidate for being called for interview.

6.Since it may not be possible to call all the candidates for interview, a duly constituted Screening committee shall screen the applications and if it feels necessary may arrange written tests for short-listing the candidates. The decision of the Institute in this regard will be final.

7.Incomplete, unsigned applications and those not accompanied with copies of certificates and application fee will be rejected.

8.Canvassing in any form and or/bringing in any influence political or otherwise will be treated as a disqualification for the post.

For More Details CLICK HERE

Admission Notice To PGPM And PGPRM (Indian Business Academy Banglore and Grater Noida)

Indian Business Academy Banglore and Grater Noida

Admission Notice To PGPM And PGPRM

Admission Notice 2008-10


(1) Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM)

2 Year Full -Time Residential Programme (8th Batch)
Dual Specialization in:
(a) IT & e- Biz
(b) HRM
(c) Finance
(d) Marketing
(e) International Business
(f) Operations

(2) Post Graduate Programme in Retail mangement (PGPRM)
18 Months Full-Tome Residential Programme(2nd Batch)

Eligibility:
(1) Bachelor's Degree in any discipline with minimum of 50% aggregate marks.
(2) Final year students who are completing their Bachelor’s Degree before June 15, 2008 are eligible to apply.

Admission Procedure:

Stage 1
Student must appear for one of the below mentioned ‘All India Aptitude/Entrance Test (as approved and Directed by Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India)’ and submit the photocopy of Score Card along with filled Application Form. CAT 2007 | ATMA 2008 | XAT 2008 | MAT 2007/2008

Stage 2
Psychometric Test and Essay writing at GD & PI Centre

Stage 3
Group Discussion & Personal Interview (Verification of all the Original Documents & Experience Certificate {if any} at GD & PI Centre)

Stage 4
Announcement of Results after 7 days of GD & PI round.

Stage 5
Payment of Fee with in 10 working days after the results are announced.

Stage 6
Commencement of Course on 15th June, 2008.

How to Apply:

1. Download Application Form and Fee Structure From http://ibainternational.org/

OR

2. Register Online for PG Programs To Register Online, you should keep the D.D of Rs. 1000/- drawn in favour of 'Arihant Education & Research Foundation' Payable at Bangalore ready.

OR

3. To get Application Kit by POST: Send Demamd Draft of Rs. 1000/- drawn in favour of 'Arihant Education & Research Foundation' Payable at Bangalore to the Admissions Department, Bangalore Campus.

Note: IBA’s Application Kit is also available at Select Study Centres (as mentioned below) on payment of Rs. 1000/- in cash.

(a) Bulls Eye
(b) Career Launcher
(c) Career Forum
(d) Cerebal Heights
(e) Edurite Education
(f) IMS
(g) P.T Education

IMPORTANT DATES:

(a) Last date to submit filled form OR to Register Online 24th March 2008

(b) GD & PI will be held during the month of March /April-2008.

Contact Admissions Department


IBA Bangalore Campus:
Lakshmipura, Thataguni Post Kanakapura Main Road
Bangalore 560 062, INDIA
Mobile : +91 - 93424 10271
Phones : +91 – 80 - 3296 1373 (Direct), 2843 5931 – 34 Extn. 214 or 208
Fax : +91 – 80 - 28435935


IBA Greater Noida Campus:
Plot No.44, Knowledge Park III
Greater Noida 201 308. INDIA
Mobile : +91 - 93131 43933
Phones : +91 – 120 - 3921061, 3921012, 3921064, 2323641, 2323645, 2323642
Fax : +91 – 120 - 3921099
Email : Admissions related queries should be mailed on pg2008@ibaintl.org


For More Details Visit: www.ibainternational.org

Monday, February 25, 2008

Previous Years Question Papers Mumbai University

Click the following the get Previous Years Question Papers of University of Mumbai

B.COM PREVIOUS YEARS PAPERS

MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT MARCH 2005 B.COM

MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT OCTOBER 2005 B.COM


BUSINESS ECONOMICS OCTOBER 2005 B.COM

Management & Human Resource Development - March 2005 (B.Com)

B.Com

Management & Human Resource Development - March 2005

Time: 3 Hours
Marks: 100

N. B. : (1) Attempt any five questions in all, with a minimum of two questions from each section.
(2) Figures to the right indicate full marks.
(3) Answers to the both the sections should be written in the same answer-book.

SECTION I

Q.1. Answer in brief any six of the following questions :- (12)

(a) Define Management.
(b) Give any two assumptions of Theory X.
(c) Name any four types of Interview.
(d) What is Decentralization?
(e) What is Span of Management?
(f) Name any two bases for Departmentation.
(g) What is Job Enrichment?
(h) State any two limitations of performance appraisal.
(i) What is co-ordination?

Q. 2. Answer any four of the following questions :- (20)

(a) Explain F.W. Taylor’s scientific management.
(b) Briefly explain modern approaches to decision making.
(c) Discuss the factors determining the span of management.
(d) Suggest remedial measures to resolve the conflict between Line & Staff.
(e) What are the reasons for non-acceptance of delegation?
(f) Explain the process of Management by Objectives.
(g) State the requirements for effective control.

Q. 3. Answer any three of the following questions :- 18

(a) What is staffing? Explain the factors affecting staffing.
(b) Briefly explain the selection procedure.
(c) Bring out the importance of training.
(d) Explain the qualities of the successful leader.
(e) Discuss non-monetary factors affecting motivation.
(f) How is performance appraisal useful?

OR

Q. 3. Answer any three of the following questions :- (18)

(a) Unity of Command
(b) Job Design
(c) Functional Authority
(d) Matrix Organisation
(e) Human Resource Accounting
(f) International Business.

SECTION II

Q. 4. Answer in brief any six of the following questions :- (12)

(a) Define Production Planning.
(b) Give formulae for measuring productivity of Land & Capital.
(c) What is Job Enlargement?
(d) What is J.I.T?
(e) What do you mean by Re-order point?
(f) What is Break-even Point?
(g) What do you mean by quality?
(h) What does I.S.O stand for?
(i) What is routing?

Q. 5. a) Explain the composition & growth of internal public debt in India. (20)

(a) Explain the difficulties in measuring productivity.
(b) What are the functions of production management?
(c) Briefly trace the historical evolution of production management.
(d) Describe the stages in Product Development.
(e) Explain the concept of flexible manufacturing system.
(f) What factors will you consider while designing a Product?
(g) How would you select plant location?

Q. 6. Answer any three of the following questions :- (18)

(a) What is production standard? Explain production standards at individual & Department levels.
(b) Explain the objectives of work measurement.
(c) Explain the concept of quality assurance.
(d) What is T.Q.M.? How is it beneficial?
(e) What is material requirement planning? State its advantages.
(f) What is inventory control? Why is it undertaken?

OR

Q. 6. Write Short Notes on any three of the following :- (18)

(a) Production forecasting.
(b) Production Scheduling
(c) Perpetual Inventory Control
(d) Economic Lot Size
(e) Operations Research
(f) Method Study.

Management & Human Resource Development - October 2005 (B.Com)

B.Com

Management & Human Resource Development - October 2005
Time: 3 Hours
Marks: 100

N. B. : (1) All questions are compulsory.
(2) Figures to the right indicate full marks.
(3) Answers to the both the sections should be written in the same answer-book.

SECTION I

Q.1. Answer in brief any six of the following questions :-

(a) Define management. Explain the levels of management (8)
(b) Distinguish between management and administration. (8)

Q. 2. (a) Explain Theory X and Theory Y of motivation (8)
(b) State the qualities of a successful leader. (8)

Q. 3. (a) What is span of control ? State the factors affecting span ot control. (8)
(b) Discuss the steps in control process. (8)

Q. 4. (a) What is departmentation ? How is it beneficial? (8)
(b) Why are managers reluctant to delegate ? (8)

Q. 5. (a) Comment on the conflict between Line and Staff Officers (8)
(b) How will you make committees effective ? (8)

Q. 6. Write short notes on any three of the following :— (18)

(a) M.B.O.
(b) Informal Organisation
(c) Organisation Charts
(d) Fayol's Discipline Principle
(e) Professional Managers
(f) Limitations of Planning.

SECTION II

Q. 7. (a) State the objectives of production planning and control. (8) (b) What is T.Q.M. ? Explain its features (8)

Q. 8. (a) Define productivity, What are the difficulties in measuring productivity ? (8)
(b) Explain the scope of H.R.D. (8)

Q. 9. (a) What are the symptoms of industrial sickness ? (8)
(b) Briefly explain the steps in selection procedure. (8)

Q. 10. (a) Distinguish between Job Analysis and Role Analysis. (8)
(b) Explain the uses of performance appraisal. (8)

Q. 11. (a) Bring out the need and importance of training. (8)
(b) Why is human resource planning undertaken ? (8)

Q. 12. Write Short Notes on any three of the following :- (18)

(a) Sources of Recruitment
(b) Training by Supervisor
(c) Scheduling
(d) Types of Interviews
(e) l.S.O. 9000.
(f) Causes of Industrial Sickness.

Business Economics - October 2005 (B.Com

B.Com
Business Economics - October 2005
Time: 3 Hours
Marks: 100

N. B. : (1) Attempt any five questions in all, with a minimum of two questions from each section.
(2) Figures to the right indicate full marks.
(3) Answers to the both the sections should be written in the same answer-book.

SECTION I

Q.1. a) Explain the trend of population growth in India. (10)
b)Discuss the macro – economic dimensions of Ninth Five Year Plan. (10)

Q. 2. a) Explain the structure of employment in India in the nineties. (10)
b) Discuss how Human Development in India is promoted through investments in health & family welfare. (10)

Q. 3. a) Discuss the main sources of institutional finance in agriculture in India. (10)
b) Explain the Food Security Policy of Government of India. (10)

Q. 4. a) Comment on the growth of industries in India since 1991. (10)
b)Explain the government measures and policies introduced to promote small scale industries in India. (10)

Q. 5. Write notes on any two (20)

a) Measures to reduce income inequalities in India
b) Growth rate of Labour Force in India
c) National Agricultural Policy 2000
d) Disinvestment Policy in India.

SECTION II

Q. 6. a) Outline the reforms undertaken in the field of commercial banking in India since the nineties (10)
b) Evaluate the performance of SEBI. (10)

Q. 7. a) Explain the composition & growth of internal public debt in India. (10)
b) Discuss the main features of fiscal responsibility of the union government. 10

Q. 8. a) Analyse the changes in the composition of India’s foreign trade since nineties. (10)
b) Write explanatory note on the significance of Foreign Direct Investment to India’s economic development. (10)

Q.9. Discuss the recent measures introduced in the development of transport and telecommunication sectors in India. (20)

Q. 10. Write notes on any two (20)

a) Features of Indian Money Market.
b) Recommendations of Raja Chelliah Committee on tax reforms.
c) Trade policy in the post-reform period
d) Changing role of state

Object oriented Analysis and Design (MCA)

Object oriented Analysis and Design (MCA)
Master Of Computer Applications (MCA)

Object oriented Analysis and Design
2005
Max. Marks 70
Max Time

1. a) Draw the use case diagram and class diagram for a car rental application. The car rental agency has multiple offices/branches The customer visits the agency for enquiry and takes a test ride then select the car by siging the terms and conditions form. The customer can also book the car through telephone email and sms. The agency checks the availability of the car and gives the statis to the customer. The customer can also avail the driver facility if required, by paying additional charges.

The biling is done based on the type of vechical and distance travelled.

b) Explain Inheritance and its ty[e with example.

2. Describe RUP in detail.

3.Explain Grady BOOCH Methodology.

4. a) Draw a sequence diagram for balance through ATM.
b) EXplain Object Persistance.

5. Draw the activity diagram for Online Railway Reservation system.

6. Draw the state transition diagram for Bank safety locker system which consists of sensor and the system the following facilities.

1.Sensing the intruders.
2.Taking their photograhs.
3.Scanning their finger prints.
4.Alarm System.
5.Auto Dialing to the authorities.

7. Write short notes on(any two)

a) Guidelines for developing test plans.

b) CRC

c) Any Two patterns.

INTRODUCTION TO KEYWORDS

Intoduction to Keyboards:-

Keyboards are important computer input devices that have been used since the first personal computers arrived. Keyboards are similar to a typerwriter in the sense that they have a similar layout to a typewriter with a few extra keys specific for use on a computer system. Keyboards are typically used to control the computer and interact with them. Keyboards are rectangular in shape and keys on the keyboard include alphabets, digits, special symbols and other keys.Keyboards have a varied number of keys in which standard is 103 or 104 and sometimes as many as 130 keys. Some may even have as less as 90 keys for use in laptops etc.

Types of keyboards and their working:-

The grounds on which keyboards are classified is the switch technology that is used in a particular keyobard. The switch technology is the deciding factor for the reliability of the keyboard and is responsible for keep all the keys working and away from as much wear and tear as posssible. The trends today are to use a combination of the various technologies (which results in a hybrid technology) to improve the performance of the keyboard and decrease its production cost.

(1) Dome-switch keyboard

They are also known as direct-switch keyboards. This is the most used technology in the present day world. These are basically a mix of membrane and mechanical keyboards that are explained later. In this type of a keyboard, there are two circuit board traces (lines) below each of the keys on the keyboard. The keys themselves have a ‘dome’ made of rubber right below them which are coated with a conductive material. When a key is pressed, the dome goes down and shorts the two circuit traces. This comlpetes the whole circuit and then the function of the key that was pressed is executed. It is notable that the traces are usually gold-plated.

The basic advantage of this type of keyboard is that they are very silent in operation owing to the rubber dome. However, the feedback from the keyboard is not much sensitive as the dome is of rubber. They find widespread use in offices and homes and other such places.

(2) Capacitive keyboard

A capacitive keyboard uses a pulse train to convey which key was pressed. In a capacitive keyboard, a key press is ‘felt’ on a pattern printed on the underlying circuit board. When this happens, the capacitance of the pattern changes and it results in a pulse train that is sensed to detect the key pressed and perform the respective operation. This pattern is covered by an insulating film. These keyboards are rugged and damage resistant as well as inexpensive.

(3) Mechanical-switch keyboard

Mechanical keyboards get their name from the way they function. A mechanical keyboard has real switches placed beneath each key on it. When pressed, it translates into an electrical signal that helps perform the required operation. Such keyboards are not uniform when it comes to response time and it differs from model to model. They are more apt for high-end uses.

(4) Hall-effect keyboard

These keyboards do not have any actual switch. Rather, they make use of magnets and ‘Hall effect’. This technology is different in the sense that unlike others, it does not detect keystrokes when a key is pressed. This type of keyboard detects a key press when the key is depressed. When this happens, a magnet moves which is detected by a Hall-effect sensor. Being extremely reliable, highly durable and having a long life, these keyboards are preferrable when there is a crucial application to be dealt with. Examples of use of these keyboards include those in aircraft cockpits and nuclear power plants. Obviously, they are very expensive.

(5) Membrane keyboard

Flat in shape and often used in photocopy machines, membrane keyboards have three layers. The uppermost level is touched or used by the user. The bottom-most layer has some conductive strips corresponding to that on the bottom of the top layer forming a grid when placed together. The middle layer prevents the two from being in contact constantly. Pressing of the top layer by the user leads to a complete circuit between the top and the bottom layers through the middle layer which results in the desire operation being performed. These keyboards do not provide a tactile feeling when pressed and hence a sort of visual or audio signal is used to indicate a keypress to the user.

BRIEF HISTORY OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES

Brief History of Programming Languages:-

1. Assembler

The language closest to the Central Processing Unit or rather the processor was developed in the period from 1956 to 1963 and was pioneered by IBM. It is the most low-level language in the world and finds use when programming the instructions for the processor and other hardware.

2. Lisp

Lisp, developed by John McCarthy in 1956, stands for List Processing. It was a functional language based on the lambda concept and has a wide variety of dialects including the popular Scheme programming language. ANSI’s Common Lisp is the accepted standard since 1994.

3. FORTRAN

Formula Translation or more popularly FORTRAN was one of the most popular languages of all times. It was developed at IBM by John Backus in 1957. It had a block structure and became widely popular in the early 1960s. There are as many as 40 different compilers of FORTRAN.

4. COBOL

COBOL, developed in 1959 at the Conference of Data Systems Languages, is an acronym for Common Business Oriented Language. There is no standard available for its implementation and the language still finds use in the modern day world of programming.

5. BASIC

BASIC, short for Beginners All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code was first made by John Kemeny and Tom Kurtz in 1964 at Dartmouth College. It was a very simple, yet very effective language. It became widely popular in the form of Altair BASIC (and later in the IBM machines) which was made by Bill Gates and Paul Allen (who were then the only members of Microsoft) in 1975.

6. Pascal

Pascal was another block structured language that served as an inspiration for languages such as Ada and Visual Basic. It was developed by Professor Niklaus Wirth in 1970.

7. C

C, a high-level programming language originally made in to-to with the Unix operating system in 1969-70, is one of the most spectacular languages in the field of computers. Dennis Ritchie made the most popular version in 1972 at AT&T Bell Labs. It was only in 1980s that it was standardized by the ANSI committee. C is still in use today and is often used by students as a first language.

8. C++

C++ was developed around 1983 to 1985 by Bjarne Stroustrup and was originally called “C with Classes”. It introduced the concept of Object-Oriented Programming in C and was inspired by another language called Simula. C++ is also in use today and a favorite among many programmers.

9. Perl

Perl was made in 1987 by Larry Wall and is a scripting language. It is most widely used over the World Wide Web including mail filtering.

10. Visual Basic

Visual Basic, a product of Microsoft first introduced in 1991, is by far one of the easiest languages to run. It is graphically oriented which means that instead of having to program the windows, buttons etc. for a GUI, one can simple draw them by hand and only program the underlying main code. Visual Basic can be used to develop all kinds of software and is based on the already popular BASIC language.

11. JAVA

Java, developed by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems in 1994, is the language that changed the way internet looked. It took the whole programming language by surprise by its sheer degree of power and efficiency. Java can be used to develop standalone programs or dependent programs (that is, applets). Java can be easily identified by its Coffee cup logo.

12. JavaScript

Developed by Sun Microsystems and Netscape in 1995 as a scripting language based on Java, JavaScript is used to make HTML documents more interactive and dynamic. JavaScript code is typically embedded into HTML code.

13. VBScript

VBScript was made by Microsoft in 1997 and is similar in functionality to JavaScript. It is based on the Visual Basic language.

Others:-Ruby, C# (C-sharp), MATLAB etc.

Many languages have been developed over the years with varying degree of success. Some modern languages such as Ruby, C# (C-sharp), MATLAB (Matrix Laboratory) etc. are slowly and steadily gaining momentum in the programming world.

DATA MINING

Data Mining:-

The process of finding certain patterns among large amounts of data is known as data mining. Data mining, which is a recent field of study under computer science, is also called Knowledge-Discovery in Databases (KDD) or Knowledge-Discovery and Data Mining (KDD). It is important to know that data mining is essentially an automatic process. Data mining involves the use of computational techniques present in statistics, machine learning and pattern recognition.

WINDOWS VISTA

Windows Vista:-

Windows Vista is the next version of Microsoft’s proprietary family of operating systems, Microsoft Windows. It was announced as Vista on July 22, 2005 and is expected to be released in November 2006 and January 2007 (for the Business and Consumer editions respectively). The new operating system boasts of many new and improved features that include better audio, video and print sub-systems and a highly advanced graphical user interface that is termed as Windows Aero.

Features of Windows Vista:-

Windows Vista has many new features that would benefit the end user in some way or the other. These are explained below:

(1) A completely redesigned interface for interacting with the operating system has been developed and named Windows Aero which stands for “Authentic, Energetic, Reflective and Open”.
(2) The Windows Shell has been completely ‘reprogrammed’ and differs in a major way from that of Windows XP. The Start Menu has been altered and no longer uses expanding boxes.
(3) The Windows instant search feature has been made even faster and more efficient in operation with increased functionality.
(4) A sidebar, called the Windows Sidebar, has been added to the operating system where a user may place Desktop Gadgets or other similar widget programs. Also, it is independent of Internet Explorer thus eliminating the “Active Desktop” feature.
(5) The new Internet browser, Windows Internet Explorer 7 has a new interface and supports tabbed browsing, zooming, searching and other such features. The browser also has improved security features including a phishing filter and it also disables the use of ActiveX controls by default.
(6) Windows Vista introduces the new version of Windows Media Player, version 11, which features a better graphical interface along with an improved media library and ability to display photos and share music.
(7) Outlook Express has now been replaced by Windows Mail that is more stable and makes it easier to search emails. It also incorporates junk mail filtering.
(8) DirectX 10 gives Windows Vista its visual spice and includes Shader Model 4.0 and Geometry shaders.
(9) Windows Vista features a new and simplified Windows Update facility that functions through a control panel instead of a web application.
(10) Speech recognition has been made an integral part of Windows Vista that can be used to execute commands and to give voice dictation.
(11) Newer and crisper fonts have been included along with support for Japanese fonts.
(12) A new calendar application called Windows Calendar has been added.
(13) A video DVD creation software called Windows DVD Maker has also been introduced.
(14) NetMeeting has been replaced with Windows Meeting Space.
(15) The features of Windows Media Center Edition that was being marketed as a separate product have been fully integrated into Windows Vista.
(16) The Windows Task Manager can now control all Windows services and so also monitor all processes and their properties.
(17) The Task Scheduler has also been improved in functionality.
(18) A benchmark system called the System Performance Assessment has been added to control the operating system and improve its performance. This function can be put to use by modern games to improve their own performance according to the operating system’s condition.
(19) A new document format, called the XPS Documents, has been introduced to store information and enable its sharing in a secure manner. It stores information through a pixel perfect rendition of the source document it is made from. The document format is independent of the application that uses it.
(20) Windows Vista also has support for data protection and its BitLocker Drive Encryption feature encrypts the whole Windows volume (though this is only available in the Enterprise and Ultimate editions).
(21) The Windows Firewall has been improved to monitor both incoming and outgoing traffic and provide ample security.
(22) Windows Vista also features an anti-spyware program called the Windows

LINUX

Linux:-

Linux or GNU/Linux is computer operating system which is similar to Unix. Linux is often treated as the best example of open source software development and has survived the competitive market which contained the popular Windows and Mac OS X distributions. What made Linux different from all its ‘competitors’ was that its source code was freely available to anyone who wanted it and it could be modified and redistributed.

History and Development of Linux:-

The GNU project started in 1983 and was founded by Richard Stallman and its goal was to develop an operating system which was similar to Unix but was completely free. Apart from the kernel of the operating system, all the other components had been developed. However, when the development of the Mach-based kernel began, it was very slow in light of the fact that it was complicated. At about the same time, in 1991, Linus Torvalds, a student at the University of Helsinki, was developing his own Unix-like operating system. This was originally called Freax. When it first became available for download to the general public, it was named Linux.

The original Linux (or Freax) did not have a boot loader and hence another Operating System was required so that it could boot. This changed when custom boot loaders were made for it, an early example being LILO. From this point onwards, Linux went on to become a fully-functional operating system with many features that surpassed the features of Unix. Today, there are various distributions of Linux available from various companies (there are called distros) which have additional application software made specifically for that distribution by that particular company.

The original Linux kernel could only work on the Intel 80386 microprocessors. Today, however, it supports many computer architectures including the x86 architecture from Intel. Since Linux is open source, it has been ported to a variety of architectures, making it the most widely ported operating system. The portability of Linux is demonstrated in the fact that it can run on systems as varied as a basic hand-held device and as advanced as a mainframe or supercomputer. Linux distributions are also available for a variety of other systems that are less popular.

Uses of Linux:-

For a large period of time, Linux has used as an operating system for servers and it is still popular as a server operating system. However, Linux can also be put to a variety of other uses owing to its qualities of being very low cost and flexible and the Unix base behind it.

Since it is available at a very low price and it is very customizable, Linux has been widely used in various embedded systems. These include handheld devices (eg., PDAs), Cell phones and Set-top boxes for Televisions. Linux has also been acting as a replacement for the Symbian OS on mobile phones. It is also an option for Windows CE and Palm OS users.

The most ‘alarming’ use of Linux is its use as an operating system for supercomputers. Two of the world’s top ten supercomputers run on Linux as their operating system. Also, 72% of the top 500 supercomputers of the world use Linux (various versions) as their operating system.

The newly announced and soon to be released Sony PlayStation 3 video game console in the PlayStation family has Linux installed as the default OS. Interestingly, certain games have also been developed specifically for the Linux OS including those from Atari and id Software.

More recently, The One Laptop Per Child project, which has an objective of providing basic computing devices to all the children in developing nations, will be using Linux as the operating system for the computing devices it distributes.

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