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Monday, February 28, 2011

Joint Entrance Examination (JENPARH) - 2011, West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board

Government of West Bengal
West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board

AQ-13/1, Sector - V, Salt Lake City, Kolkata - 700 091

Joint Entrance Examination (JENPARH) - 2011

For Admission to B.A.M.S. (Ayurvedacharyya), B.H.M.S. (Homoeopathy), B.Sc. Nursing, Physiotherapy (Degree) and B.U.M.S. (Bachelor of Unani Medicine & Surgery) courses in different Government/Private Ayurvedic/Homeopathic Medical Colleges, Nursing/Physiotherapy and Unani Colleges/Institutes of West Bengal during the academic session 2011-2012 through Joint Entrance Test-2011 (JENPARH-2011) to be conducted by West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board.

Date of Examination : The written test will be held on SUNDAY, the 24th April, 2011

Application : Intending candidates shall have to apply in the prescribed Application Form which along with Information Brochure will be available w.e.f. 15.02.2011 to 18.03.2011 from the Branch Offices of UNITED BANK OF INDIA at Jadavpur, Sealdah, Old Court House Street, BESUS-Howrah, , Serampore, Bankura, Barasat, Bardhaman, Durgapur City Centre, Medinipur, Tamluk, Krishnanagar, Berhampore, Malda, Coochbehar, Siliguri, on all working days on payment of Rs. 350/- (Rupees three hundred and fifty) in CASH. The Application Forms and the Information Brochures may also be obtained from-Govt. and Govt. aided Homoeopathic, Ayurvedic and Physiotherapy Colleges on deposit of a Bank Draft of Rs. 350/- to be drawn in favour of “WEST BENGAL JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS BOARD” payable at Kolkata [for details visit the website-www.wbjeeb.in or contact Central Selection Committee (ISM&H), Phone No. (033) 2333-0146/0249].

There is also a provision for obtaining Application Form along with Information Brochure from the Office of the BOARD through Postal request only upto 04.03.2011 by sending a Bank Draft of Rs.450/- (Application Fee Rs.350/- + Speed Post and other charges Rs.100/-) only to be drawn in favour of ‘WEST BENGAL JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS BOARD’ payable at Kolkata so as to reach the completed form by Speed Post to the Office of the Board on or before 25th March, 2011.

Application forms may also be obtained from the Board’s Office by hand only on payment of late fee of Rs.100/- only in addition to the actual cost of the form Rs.350/- to be paid through Bank draft to be drawn in favour ‘WEST BENGAL JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS BOARD’ payable at Kolkata/Howrah on 21.03.2011 and 22.03.2011 respectively. The Application form once purchased cannot be returned or replaced.

For more details, visit: www.wbjeeb.in

Ph.D (JRF) Programme 2011 - Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad

Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad

ISM admits Junior Research Fellows( JRFs ) for Ph.D. programme through GATE/Written Test and Interview .

M.Tech / M.Phil / JRF (Ph.D) Admission


Ph.D ( JRF ) Programme 2011

Last date to apply : 07-04-2011


About Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad
With the Mines Bill becoming a law vide Indian Mines Act – VIII of 1901 the necessity for establishing a government college of Mining Engineering at some suitable place in India on the pattern of the Royal School of Mines was felt by the then Indian Government. The Indian National Congress, the leading political party that was perhaps the sole spokesman of the masses of those days was quick to endorse this view of the government through its resolution taken at the 17th. session held at Calcutta in December 1901.

For application form and Information Brochure, visit: www.ismdhanbad.ac.in/admissions/phd_notice.htm

Sunday, February 27, 2011

CMC Vellore, Model Test Papers of Chemistry, Physics, Biology

CMC Vellore

Test Papers of Chemistry, Physics, Biology

Chemistry Model Test Paper

1. The metal used in galvanising iron is:

(A) mercury
(B) bromine
(C) iodine
(D) zinc
(E) chlorine

2. Solvay process is used to prepare

(A) sodium carbonate
(B) sodium bicarbonate
(C) sodium chloride
(D) sodium hydroxide
(E) sodium sulphate

3. Aspirin is

(A) acetic acid
(B) salicylic acid
(C) benzoic acid
(D) acetyl salicylic acid
(E) benzoic salicylic acid

4. When PbO2 is converted into PB (NO3)2 the Pb atom

(A) Loses two protons
(B) Loses two electrons
(C) Gains two protons
(D) Gains two electrons
(E) Does not lose or gain electrons.

5. A sample of gas occupies 100ml at 27o C and 740 mm pressure. The temperature the gas will have, when its volume is changed to 80 ml at 740 mm pressure, is.

(A) 21.6 o C
(B) 240 o C
(C) -33 o C
(D) 89.5 o C
(E) 26.1 o C

6. When benzene is burned in oxygen

(A) a non-luminous, non-sooty flame is observed
(B) a luminous, sooty flames is observed
(C) a luminous, non-sooty flame is observed
(D) a non-luminous, sooty flame is observed
(E) a blue flame is observed.

7. The element which liberates oxygen from water is

(A) Phosphorus
(B) Sodium
(C) Fluorine
(D) Iodine
(E) None of the above

8. When a solution of silver nitrate is added to pure carbon tetrachloride,

(A) a curdy white precipitate soluble in ammonia is obtained
(B) a curdy white precipitate insoluble in ammonia is obtained
(C) chlorine is liberated
(D) a pale yellow precipitate is obtained
(E) no precipitate is formed

9. Carbon tetrachloride is used as

(A) Beverage
(B) Fire extinguisher
(C) Antibiotic
(D) Pain Killer
(E) A fuel for heating

10. Lunar Caustic is

(A) NaOH
(B) KOH
(C) AgNO3
(D) AgCl
(E) Pb (NO3)2

Biology Model Test Paper

11. Prop roots are found in

(A) mango trees
(B) tamarind trees
(C) peepul trees
(D) neem trees
(E) banyan trees

12. The number of thoracic vertebrae in man is

(A) 7
(B) 9
(C) 10
(D) 12
(E) 15

13. The first modern theory of evolution was explained by

(A) Charles Darwin
(B) Lamarck
(C) Mendel
(D) T.Weevers
(E) Devries

14. Clear alternation of generation is seen in

(A) ferns
(B) monkeys
(C) mucor
(D) bacteria
(E) viruses

15. Enzymes are made up of

(A) fats
(B) proteins
(C) vitamins
(D) starches
(E) nucleic acids

16. Hypogynous flowers are

(A) flowers with superior ovary
(B) flowers with inferior ovary
(C) flowers with semi-inferior ovary
(D) flowers without ovary
(E) bisexual flowers

17. Corpus callosum is present in the brain of

(A) fishes
(B) birds
(C) snails
(D) mammals
(E) cockroach

18. Absorption of food and water into the body is largely done by

(A) columnar epithelium
(B) connective tissue
(C) squamous epithelium
(D) adipose tissue
(E) hyaline cartilage

19. The flowers of the compositae is

(A) epigynous
(B) perigynous
(C) half perigynous
(D) hypogynous
(E) aromatic

20. Anaerobes are those that

(A) can live in the absence of oxygen
(B) do not utilise gaseous oxygen in their metabolism
(C) use free oxygen only occasionally
(D) prefer to live in darkness
(E) live in air

Physics Model Test Paper


21. Myopia can be corrected by

(A) concave lens
(B) convex lens
(C) cylindrical lens
(D) bifocal lens
(E) biconcave lens

22. The light with the longest wave length is

(A) green light
(B) yellow light
(C) red light
(D) blue light
(E) purple light

23. Nearly how much work can be obtained from 250 calories of heat?

(A) 1045 Joules
(B) 1045 ergs
(C) 10500 Joules
(D) 1045 watts
(E) 1045 kilowatts

24. The smallest amount of electricity is carried by

(A) alpha particle
(B) deuteron
(C) anti-neutron
(D) l-meson
(E) p-meson

25. The frequency of transverse vibrations of a stretched string is

(A) directly proportional to its length
(B) directly proportional to its linear density
(C) inversely proportional to the stretching force
(D) directly proportional to the square root of linear density
(E) none of the above is correct.

26. The moment of a force acting on a body about a point is proportional to

(A) the velocity of the body
(B) the perpendicular distance of the point from the line of action of the force
(C) the time of action of the force on the body
(D) the mass of the body
(E) the perpendicular distance of the centre of gravity from the line of action of force

27. When light enters the eye, the maximum amount of refraction take place at

(A) the cornea
(B) eye lens
(C) vitreous humour
(D) retina
(E) iris

28. A vessel containing water is in equilibrium on a beam balance. When a man puts his finger into the water without touching the bottom or the sides of the vessel, the scale pan on which the vessel stands.

(A) will sink
(B) will rise
(C) will neither rise nor sink
(D) will first rise and then sink
(E) will first sink and then rise

29. The dip at earth’s poles

(A) can only be 0 o
(B) cannot be less than 90 o
(C) can only be 90 o
(D) cannot be greater than 90 o
(E) varies between 0 o and 90 o since the earth rotates about its axis

30. Given three equal resistors how many different combinations of these three resistances can be made?

(A) six
(B) five
(C) four
(D) three
(E) two

Source: http://home.cmcvellore.ac.in

Christian Medical College, Vellore Summer Admission 2011

Christian Medical College
Vellore - 632002,
Tamil Nadu, India
Phone : +91 (416) 2284255; 5214255
Fax : +91 (416) 2262788

Summer Admission 2011 for the following courses

GROUP A

Course


MBBS
BSc in (Nsg)
BOT
BPT
BSc MLT
Bsc optometry
BMRSc (Medical Records)

GROUP B

Course


Dip in Nursing
Dip in Radiodiagnosis (MRT)
Dip in Radiotherapy (MRT)
Dip in Anaesthesia Technology
Dip in Hand & Leprosy Physiotherapy
Dip in Optometry
Dip in Critical Care Therapy
Dip in Prosthetics & Orthotics
Dip in Hearing Language & Speech
PG Dip in Nuclear Medicine (MRT)
PG Dip in Histopathology Lab. Technology
PG Dip in Medical Microbiology
PG Dip in Medical Virology
PG Dip in Dialysis Therapy
PG Dip in Cardiac Technology
PG Dip in Neuroelectro- physiology
PG Dip in Perfusion Technology
PG Dip in Advanced Respiratory Therapy
PG Dip in Cytogenetics
PG Technical Dip in Applied Molecular Genetics Methods
PG Dip in Assisted Reproductive Technology
PG Dip in Health Management
PG Dip in Hospital Administration
PG Dip in Health Economics, Policy & Financial Management
PG Dip in Clinical Pastoral Counselling
Fellowship in Hospital Admin.
Dip in Hospital Equipment Maintenance
Dip in Hospital Pharmacy Practice
PG Dip in Clinical Pharmacy
PG Dip in Dietetics
MSc Epidemiology
MSc Biostatistics

Last Date for submission of applications for Group A & Group B:
2nd April 2011

Prospectus and application forms may be obtained by any of the following methods: accessed on-line through the College website on http://home.cmcvellore.ac.in and submitted with a basic administrative fee of Rs.750/- per application form. available by post from the Office of the Registrar on payment of Rs.750/- per application form available at selected Head Post Offices throughout India (check Annexure VII for detailed list of post offices)

For detailed notice, visit: http://home.cmcvellore.ac.in/admissions/

Saturday, February 26, 2011

NATA Question Papers - NATA Online Practice Test Papers

National Aptitude Test in Architecture

NATA Practice Papers

NATA sample papers can be download from the official website of NATA. If you are preparing for exam then you can found online demo NATA papers by visiting National Aptitude Test in Architecture official website

Some of important questions are below

Q1: In a Square Based Pyramid there are how many vertices? Choose the correct option.

Options:

a. 8 b. 7
c. 5 d. 6

Q2: Texture of Bathroom floor should be

Options:

a. Rough b. Shiny
c. Smooth d. Non Slippery

Q3: Communication dishes and antennae are generally placed on high towers and buildings

Options:

a. to increase height of towers. b. to facilitate uninterrupted signal exchange at that high level.
c. to improve the look of the towers. d. because only high buildings can accomodate them.

Q4:A hotel can house only 12 rooms on each floor.If 80 rooms are to be provided, how many floors would be required?


Options:

a. 12 b. 8
c. 7 d. 6

Q5: Which of the following word or phrase is most nearly same to the word GUESS?

Options:

a. Basis b. Estimation
c. Study d. Analysis

Q6: Which of the following word or phrase is most nearly same to the word HIDDEN?


Options:

a. Dark b. Concealed
c. Internal d. Interior

Q8: Which of the Following Mix results into Orange Colour?


Options:

a. Blue and Yellow b. Red and Yellow
c. Red and Green d. Violet and Red

You can download details about online demo exams and Sample Question Paper 2009 for Drawing Exam

Source: www.nata.in

MBA Admission 2011 - NIT, Warangal

National Institute of Technology
Warangal - 506004, A.P, India
Grams: NITWGL
Phone: +91-870-2459191
FAX : +91-870-2459547

MBA Admission Notice 2011
(Exclusively for Engineering Graduates)

Applications are invited for two year full time MBA Programme

Eligibility: First class Bachelor degree in any of branch of engineering / technology with valid CAT / JMET score card. Selection will be based on Group Discussion and Interview.

Application can be download from the NIT website

For more details, visit: www.nitw.ac.in

Telangana University - PG 1st Internal Examinations March 2011

Telangana University
Nizamabad-503322(AP)
Phone: +91-8461-222220 (Office)
Fax: +91-8461 - 222212
E - mail id: tu@telanganauniversity.ac.in

PG 1st Internal Examinations March 2011


M.A. (APE)
Semester II, IV, VI, VIII

M.A. (ENG) II, IV

M.A. (HIN) II, IV

M.A. (MCN) II, IV

MSW II, IV

M.A. (TSD) II, IV

M.A. (URD) II, IV

MBA II, IV

M.Com (E-Com) II, IV

M.Sc. (APS) II, IV

M.Sc.
(BT) II, IV

M.Sc. (BOT) II, IV

M.Sc. (GI) II, IV

M.Sc. (OC) II, IV

M.Sc. (PC) II, IV, VI, VIII

M.Sc. (PHY) II, IV

MCA II, IV

LLB II, IV, VI

Download from Here

For more details, visit: www.telanganauniversity.ac.in

SKU, Anantapur - Exams Schedule 2011 for BA, B.Sc, BCA, B.Com, BBM

Sri Krishnadevaya University
Anantapur

UG Examination Schedule - 2011

The examination for 2011 are going to start from 07-03-2011. You can

Download Time Table for Examination 2011
for the following courses from the official website of Sri Krishnadevaya University.

B.A. Exams 2011
B.Sc. Exams 2011
B.C.A. Exams 2011
B.Com. Exams 2011
BBM Exams 2011

To download exam schedule directly you can see this link www.skuniversity.org/Time%20table%20_march_2011_sku.pdf

Best wishes from India Study Circle for your exams.

15th Convocation - Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences

Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences

The Fifteenth Annual Convocation of Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences will be held during March/April, 2011.

The filled-in application form should be submitted in person or by post to the Joint Registrar (Examinations), Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences, A.P. Vijayawada, so as to reach on or before 5.00 PM on 15-03 -2011, duly enclosing all the required documents and demand draft as directed in the instructions / guidelines given in the concerned application form.

All the students declared successful in the examinations conducted between December, 2009 and December, 2010 pertaining to Post graduate Degree, Post graduate Diploma, Doctorate and Superspeciality degree courses are eligible to receive the degree certificates “IN PERSON” or “IN ABSENTIA”.

Applications received after 15-03-2011 will not be considered.

For more details, visit Here

NTR University of Health Sciences, PG Medical & MDS Entrance Test Dates 2011

NTR University of Health Sciences, Andhra Pradesh
Cable :Health University
Fax :91-866-2450463
Telephones :91-866-2451206 - 10
Telex :475 - 269

PG Medical & MDS Entrance Test 2011

The Entrance test date for PG Graduate and Diploma courses is 6th Match 2011 and for MDS is 13th March 2011

Post Graduate Medical Degree and Diploma Courses for the academic session 2011-12

The Entrance Test will be conducted on 06-03-2011 (Sunday) from 10.00 A.M. to 1.00 P.M.

MDS

The Entrance Test will be conducted on 13-03-2011 (Sunday) from 11.00 A.M. to 12.30 P.M.

For more details, visit: www.pgapplntruhs.ap.nic.in

Friday, February 25, 2011

Common Pre - Medical Entrance Examination (CPMEE) - 2011

Uttaranchal Council of Entrance Examination (UCEE)
(The Association of Private Medical and Dental Colleges of Uttarakhand)

Common Pre - Medical Entrance Examination (CPMEE) - 2011


For Admission to MBBS, BDS, BAMS & BHMS Courses

SGRR Institute of Medical & Health Science, Dehradun

Course: MBBS

Intake Capacity: 100

Seema Dental College & Hospital, Rishikesh

Course: BDS

Intake Capacity: 100

Uttranchal Dental & Medical Research Institute, Dehradun

Course: BDS

Intake Capacity: 100

Uttranchal Ayurvedic College, Dehradun

Course: BAMS

Intake Capacity: 50

Himalayia Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Rishkesh


Course: BAMS

Intake Capacity: 50

Patanjali Aurvedic College, Haridwar


Course: BAMS

Intake Capacity: 50

Chandola Homeopathic Medical College & Hospital Rudrapur

Course: BHMS

Intake Capacity: 50

Application form can be obtained by post by sending a demand draft of Rs. 1300/- drawn in favour of "UCEE" payable at Rishikesh to the Secretary, UCEE, SDCH, Veerbhadra Road, Rishikesh 249 203 (U.K) Or by paying in cash a sum of Rs. 1250/- from Ramesh Book Depot, Moti Bazar, Dehradun (Tel: 0135-2653637) Or Oasis Infosolutions Pvt. Ltd. 4855/24 Flat No. 104, Near Sanjeevan Hospital, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, Delhi (9811835725) Or from the offices the Principal of the above mentioned colleges.

Last date of Submission of completed application Form: May 15, 2011


Centres of Examination


Chandigarh
Dehradun
Delhi
Jaipur
Lucknow
Varanasi

For detailed notice, visit: www.uceeindia.org

Indian Maritime University Admission 2011

INDIAN MARITIME UNIVERSITY
(A CENTRAL UNIVERSITY)
MINISTRY OF SHIPPING, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

ADMISSION TO T.S.CHANAKYA, NAVI MUMBAI, IMU - MUMBAI CAMPUS,

MARINE ENGINEERING & RESEARCH INSTITUTE (MERI), MUMBAI,

IMU - MUMBAI CAMPUS,

MARINE ENGINEERING & RESEARCH INSTITUTE (MERI), KOLKATA,

IMU - KOLKATA CAMPUS,

NATIONAL MARITIME ACADEMY (NMA), CHENNAI,

IMU - CHENNAI CAMPUS,

IMU - VISAKHAPATNAM CAMPUS


Change in Important Dates

All Indian Nationals seeking admission to 3 - year B.Sc. (Nautical Science) Degree course at T. S.Chanakya, Navi Mumbai, Mumbai Campus; 4-year B. Tech.(Marine Engineering) Degree course at Marine Engineering & Research Institute, Kolkata, Kolkata Campus & National Maritime Academy, Chennai, Chennai Campus; 3-year B.Sc. (Maritime Science) Degree course at Marine Engineering & Research Institute, Mumbai, Mumbai Campus and 4 year B. Tech. (Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering) Degree course at Visakhapatnam Campus for the session commencing in August 2011 are required to fill up application form issued by Indian Maritime University, Mumbai Campus. There will be no separate Entrance Examination for admission to the above institutes/courses and only those candidates who secure Minimum Qualifying Marks for Ranking (MQMR) in the individual subjects for respective category in JEE-2011 will be called for counselling in order of merit in the month of July/August 2011.

Detailed information about above institutes / courses has been published on 28th November, 1st December, 2010 in all leading newspapers all over India and also on 11th December, 2010 in Employment news. The detailed information is also available on IMU website: www.imu.tn.nic.in

1. Commencement of sale of application forms by Indian Maritime University, Mumbai Campus and branches of Syndicate Bank 22.02.2011

2. Last date of receipt of completed application forms by Indian Maritime University, Mumbai Campus 25.04.2011

For more details, visit: www.imu.tn.nic.in

GGSIPU Date Sheet 2011 for Various Courses

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110403 (India)

Date Sheet 2011

If you are a student of GGSIPU University and looking for your date sheet for particular courses like MMBS, MD, MS, B.Tech or PG Diploma, MCA Date Sheet then you can can download GGSIPU Date Sheet 2011 from official website of university

University announced he date sheet of the following courses

Datesheet for Minor Exam at USIT

Theory Date Sheet for supplementary Examinations (Feb-mar 2011) , Programme: MBBS 3 rd Prof. Part II

Practical Date Sheet for Supplementary Examinations (March 2011) , Programme : MBBS 2 nd Prof.

Proposed Theory & Practical Date Sheet for Annual Examinations (June-July 2011) , Programme: MBBS 1 st Prof.

Theory & Practical Date Sheet for Supplementary Examinations (March 2011) , Programme : MBBS 3 rd Prof. Part-I

Theory Date Sheet for Supplementary Examinations (March 2011), Programme : MBBS 2 nd Prof.

Theory Datesheet for Annual Examinations (April, 2011) of Programme MD/MS (PGIMER)

Practical Datesheet for Annual Examinations (April, 2011) of Programme MD/MS (PGIMER)

Practical Datesheet for Annual Examinations (April, 2011) of Programme MD/MS (VMMC)

Theory Datesheet for Annual Examinations (April, 2011) of Programme: PG Diploma

Practical Datesheet for Annual Examinations (April, 2011) of Programme: PG Diploma

To Download Full Date Sheet notice, visit official website of GGSIPU: www.ggsipuresults.nic.in/ipu//datesheet/datesheetmain.htm

Jammu University Entrance Test (JUET) 2011

University of Jammu
Phone/Fax: 0191-2456892, 2435259 Extn. 2301
EPABX: 2301, 2117, 2116
Email: kpssambyal@jammuuniversity.in

Jammu University Entrance Test (JUET) 2011 - Admission Notice 2011

Admission to the various programmes in study of the University of Jammu, Jammu / Campuses / Affiliated Colleges

It is notified for the information of all concerned that the admission to various Programmes of study of the University of Jammu, Jammu / Campuses/ Affiliated Colleges for the Academic Session 2011-12, shall be made on the basis of an Entrance Test likely to be held after the termination of annual Part III examination of B.A/B.Sc/B.Com/BBA/BCA (Regular 2010-11) of the University of Jammu.

1) Admission to the PG Departments of the University of Jammu, Jammu/ Campuses/Affiliated Colleges shall be made on the basis of Entrance Test and Academic Merit of Qualifying Examination. The final merit of a candidate out of 100 shall be calculated by giving a weightage of 70 i.e. marks obtained in the Entrance Test and a weightage of 30 to the percentage of marks obtained in the qualifying examination- the 30 shall be calculated by giving the weightage of 10% to the percentage of marks in Part I, II & III.

2) The Entrance Test shall be held for admission to the following programmes:

a) PG PROGRAMMES:
Biochemistry, Biotechnology (NRI/Industry Sponsored Seats), Botany, Buddhist Studies, Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Applications (MCA), Dogri, Economics, Education, Electronics, Environmental Sciences, English, Food Science & Technology, Geography, Geology, Hindi, History, Home Science (CRME), Home Science (Human Development), Human Genetics, Information Technology (M.Sc IT), Library Science (M.Lib.), M.Ed., M.P.Ed, Mathematics, Microbiology, Music, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Punjabi, Remote Sensing & GIS, Sanskrit, Sociology, Statistics, Urdu, Zoology

b) PG DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES:
PG Diploma in Business Management, PG Diploma in Human Rights & Duties Education.

c) UG PROGRAMMES: Library Science (B.Lib.), LL.B (3 Years-Professional), Bachelor in Physical Education (B.P.Ed).

For more detailed notice about JUET 2011, visit: www.jammuuniversity.in

Andhra University Date Sheet 2011 - BA, B.Sc, B.Com, B.Tech, MA, M.Com, MCA Degree Examinations 2011

Andhra University

Examination Schedules for March - April 2011


Degree Examinations 2011 - BA, B.Sc, B.Com, B.Tech, MA, M.Com, MCA

You can download the degree examination date sheet for the following courses by visiting official website of Andhar University. Download Degree Examination 2011 for the following courses

M.A./M.Com./MHRM & BBA(H) Degree Examinations – II, IV, VI & VIII Semesters, April, 2011 - Jumbling / Clubbing of Examinations Centers

U.G. EXAMINATIONS MARCH / APRIL, 2011 (LIST OF EXAMINATION CENTRES AND COLLEGES ATACHED)

Conduct of II/IV, III/IV and IV/IV B.E./B.Tech. & II/V, III/V, IV/V and V/V B.Arch Degree - II Semester-end exams - April,2011 and I/IV B.E./B.Tech. and I/V B.Arch exams. - May,2011

P.G. Examinations (2010-2011)--M.C.A II,IV & VI and M.Sc.(CS) II & IV Semester Examinations-April & July 2011 (Notification)

Examination schedule for I/VI and II/VI pharm-D Theory supplementary examination schedule and Time Table- Approval Orders- Issued. more

B.A. DEGREE EXAMINATION (CCS/VOCATIONAL/RESTRUCTURED) MARCH - APRIL 2011

B.COM. (CCS-REVISED) DEGREE EXAMINATION MARCH - APRIL, 2011

B. COM. DEGREE EXAMINATION (VOCATIONAL - REVISED REGULATIONS) MARCH - APRIL, 2011

B.Sc. DEGREE EXAMINATIONS (C.C.S.) MARCH/APRIL 2011

B.Sc. DEGREE EXAMINATION (CCS) VOCATIONAL MARCH/APRIL, 2011

M.C.A. PG Examinations (2010-2011)--M.C.A I Semester Examinations Feb., 2011

P.G. Examinations (2010-2011) Intimation of II & IV Semester Examination Schedule - April, 2011

You can download date sheet degree examination details from here www.andhrauniversity.info/exams/schedule.html

Belgium Government Scholarships 2011

Government of India
Ministry of Human Resource Development

(Deptt. of Higher Education)
ES.5 Section

Belgium Government Scholarships 2011


Typed applications in the prescribed format are invited from Indian Nationals residing in India for the award of 3 (three) Belgium Government Scholarships, of duration of 10 months each for the academic year 2011-2012 in the following subjects fields for specialization.

a). Agronomy;
b). Environmental Science; and
c). Photonics

a) Applicants should have obtained a first class graduates with minimum 60% marks in aggregate in the related subject. Candidates with Ph.D. degree will not be considered, as they cannot have a student status at Flemish Universities.

b) These scholarships are only valid for higher education institutions/ programmes recognised by the Flemish Government (Education and Training Department). Information can be found at: www.highereducation.be/browseindex and at www.highereducation.be

c) Applicants should be university graduates and apply for postgraduate or Ph.D. studies. Candidates who already obtained a Ph.D. degree will not be considered for the scholarships as they cannot be enrolled as students in the Flemish higher education system.

d) Intending candidates must submit 2 sets of the application form (in Annex), along with the required attachments. (one original file and one copy). They should clearly indicate for which higher education institution and/or programme they apply. If they have had earlier contacts with the institution concerned, it is advisable to add the coordinates of the staff member contacted (name, e-mail address etc.) to the application file.

e) Candidates should be younger than 35 years of age as on 1st January, 2012.

f) Applicants are required to give proof of outstanding academic performance and of a very good account of the English language.

g) These scholarships will be granted by the International Relations Office of the Education and Training Department, on receipt of confirmation of admission by the concerned university.

h) List of Applicants who would be short-listed for interview will be displayed on our website. Interview letters will also be issued to the applicants who have been short-listed for interview. An applicant can come for interview if his name in the list is displayed on our website eventhough for some reason he is not in receipt of the interview letter.

For more details, visit: www.education.nic.in/scho_announcements/Belgium-2011-12.asp

ANU - BCA Examination 2011

Acharya Nagarjuna University
Nagarjuna Nagar - 522510, Guntur (Dist)
Andhra Pradesh, India

BCA Examination 2011


BCA Time Table March 2011

ANU announces the examination schedule for BCA for march 2011

If you are looking for BCA Time Table for March 2011 then you can download the following link. Click the following link to get details



Source: www.nagarjunauniversity.ac.in

DU 88th Annual Convocation - February 26, 2011

University of Delhi

88th Annual Convocation - February 26, 2011 - CONVOCATION BEGINS AT 9:30 A.M. SHARP; NO ENTRY AFTER 9:30 A.M. - NEW SEATING PLAN


The Eighty Eighth Annual Convocation of the University of Delhi is scheduled to be held on Saturday the 26th February 2011 at 9:30 A.M. in the Convention Hall, Old Vice Regal Lodge, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007. Degrees of Ph.D./D.M/M.ch & Gold Medals/Prizes will be given to the eligible students in person in the convocation.

Prof. Dinesh Singh, Vice-Chancellor, University of Delhi, will preside. Sh. Kapil Sibal. Hon'ble Minister, Ministry of H.R.D. will address the convocation.

CONVOCATION BEGINS
AT 9:30 A.M. SHARP; NO ENTRY AFTER 9:30 A.M.

For seating plan and other details, visit: www.du.ac.in

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Panjab University - BCA Date Sheet 2011

Panjab University, Chandigarh

BCA Date Sheet 2011


Date Sheet for Bachelor of Computer Applications

PU Chandigarh announces the date sheet for the following courses Date-sheet for Bachelor of Computer Applications (B.C.A.) 1st (Exam. Code 120) 2nd (Exam. Code 121) & 3rd year (Exam. Code 122)

BCA 1st Year
BCA 2nd Year
BCA 3rd Year

Time of Examination: 2.15 p.m. to 5.15 p.m.

(The candidates must be on their seats at 2.00 p.m. sharp as per date-sheet below. The answerbooks with Optical Mark Reader (OMR) front covers will be distributed at 2.00 p.m. 15 minutes time in the beginning of each paper is budgeted for filling up the OMR Sheets properly under the instructions and supervision of invigilators. The question paper will be distributed at 2.15 p.m. sharp and the examination will continue till 5.15 p.m.).

If you are student of BCA and looking for your date sheet then you can download date sheet by clicking the below image

BCA Date Sheet 2011 PU

Practical Exams 10.3.2011 TO 26.3.2011

Best wishes to all the BCA students of Panjab University and students of Colleges under PU Chandigarh for their April 2011 Exams.

Source: http://exams.puchd.ac.in

BBA 1st, 2nd, 3rd Date Sheet 2011 - PU, Chandigarh

Panjab University, Chandigarh

Date Sheet for Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)


Date Sheet 2011

The PU, Chandigarh announces the date sheet of BBA 1st Year, 2nd Year & 3rd Year which will be held on April 2011. Students can download the date sheet from the following image for following courses.

BBA 1st Year
BBA 2nd Year
BBA 3rd Year

Time of Examinations: 2.15 p.m. to 5.15 p.m.

BBA Date Sheet 2011 PU Chandigarh

Practical Exams will be held from 10.3.2011 TO 26.3.2011

Best wishes to all the students appearing for exams

Sources: http://exams.puchd.ac.in

Diploma and Certificate Course 2011 - 12, Banaras Hindu University

Banaras Hindu University

Admission 2011 - 12

Special Courses of Study (Diploma and Certificate Courses)
- Session 2011-12

The Banaras Hindu University offers admission to various Diploma and Certificate Courses under Special Courses of Study in some Faculties/Departments of the University as well as at Rajiv Gandhi South Campus, Barkachha, Mirzapur. Name of the courses, Course code number, eligibility requirements, no. of seats and fee etc. are given as under:

Sl. No. - Name of the Course

1. 2-Year Diploma Course in Office Management & Business Communications. (Part Time)
2. 2-Year Diploma Course in Tourism Management. (Part Time)
3. 1-Year (2-Semester) PG Diploma in Language Technology. (Full time)
4. 1-year (Annual) PG Diploma in Manuscriptology. (Full time)
5. 1 – Year (2 – Semester) PG Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (Full Time)
6. 1 – Year (2 – Semester) PG Diploma in Health Communication (Full Time)
7. 1 – Year (2 – Semester) PG Diploma in Communication Skills (English) (Full Time)
8. 1 – Year (2 – Semester) PG Diploma in Journalism (Hindi) (Full Time)
9. 1 Year PG Diploma in Sports Journalism (Full Time)
10. 1-Year (2-Semester PG Diploma in Travel management (Full time)
11. 1-Year (2-Semester PG Diploma in Corporate Secretaryship (Full time)
12. 1 Year (2-Semester) PG Diploma in Insurance Management (PGDIM) (Full time)
13. 1 Year (2- Semester) PG Diploma in Industrial & Intellectual Property Laws (Full Time)
14. 1 Year (2- Semester) PG Diploma in Environmental Law, Policy and Management (Full time)
15. One Year (2-Semester PG Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA) (Part Time)
16. 2-Year (4 Semester) PG Diploma in Ravindra Sangeet Shastra
17. 2-Year full time PG Diploma in Panchkarma Therapy
18. 2-Year full time PG Diploma in Dialysis Therapy
19. 2-Year P.G. Diploma in Ayurvedic Drug Standardization (Full time)
20. 2 Year PG Diploma in Medical Technology (Radiotherapy) (Full time)
21. 2-Years PG Diploma in Maternal Health Care [PGDMC (Ay.)] (Full time)
22. 2-Years PG Diploma in Neonatal and Child Care (PGDNC Ay.)(Full time)
23. 1 Year Certificate Course in Prasav Vigyan (Part Time)
24. 2-Years PG Diploma Course in Kshar Karma (Full Time)
25. 2-Years PG Diploma Course in Vikiran & Chhaya (Full Time)
26. 2 Year Full Time PG Diploma in Lab Technology
27. 2½ Year Diploma Course in Naturopathy & Yoga Therapy (Full time) (including 6 months internship)
28. 1 year (2 - Semester) PG Diploma in Remote Sensing & GIS(Full Time)
29. 1-year (2-semester), Post Graduate Diploma in Population Studies
30. 2-Year (4 Semester) P. G. Diploma in Ayurvedic Pharmaceutics (PGD Ay. P)
31. 1-Year P.G. Diploma Course in Japanese Studies(Full Time)
32. 1 Year P.G. Diploma Course in Conflict Management & Development (Full Time)
33. 1 Year (2 Semester) PG Diploma in Counseling & Psychotherapy (Full time)
34. 1-year(2 – Semester) PG Diploma in Business Economics (Full Time)
35. One year PG Diploma in Integrated Rural Development & Management (Full Time)
36. 1-Year (2-Semester) P. G. Diploma in Counseling Guidance & Psychological Intervention
37. 1-Year (2 Semester) P. G. Diploma in Gender & Women Studies
38. 1-year Certificate Course in Karma Kanda (Part Time)
39. 2-year UG Diploma Course in Vastu Shastra Evam Jyotish (Part Time )
40. 1- Year Part Time Certificate Course in Advertising Design
41. 1 Year Part Time Certificate Course in Painting
42. Six months Certificate Course in Handloom Weaving & Handicraft (Full Time)
43. Six months Certificate Course in Dying & Printing (Full Time)
44. Six months Certificate Course in Textile Design (Full Time)
45. 1 Year (2 Semesters) PG Diploma in Seed Technology (Full Time)
46. 1 Year (2 Semesters) PG Diploma in Post Harvest Technology (Full Time)
47. 2- years Diploma Course in Dental Mechanic (Full Time)
48. 2- years Diploma Course in Dental Hygienist (Full Time)
49. 1- year (2-Semester) Diploma in Entrepreneurship Management (Full Time)
50. 2-year (4-Smester) PG Diploma in Archaeology, Department of AIHC & Archaeology, Faculty of Arts
51. 2-year P.G. Diploma in Sangyaharan
52. 2-year P.G. Diploma in Agni Karma & Jalauka Vacharan

Important Dates:

Commencement date of sale of application forms from the office counter : 15.02.2011
Last date for sale of application forms from the office counter: 15.03.2011
Last date for receipt of duly completed application forms (Without Late Fee): 08.03.2011
Last date for receipt of duly completed application forms (With Late Fee Rs. 150/-): 15.03.2011

For more detail, visit: www.bhu.ac.in

PU, Chandigarh Date Sheet 2011 - BCA, BBA, BA, B.Sc, B.Com 1st, 2nd, 3rd Year

Panjab University, Chandigarh

If you are looking for date sheet for PU Chandigarh then you can download the date sheet by visiting official website of Panjab University, Chandigarh. The exams are going to start from 2nd April 2011

BCA, BBA, BA, B.Sc, B.Com 1st, 2nd, 3rd Year and Other Courses for Session 2011

You can download date sheet for BCA, BBA, BA, B.Sc, B.Com 1st, 2nd, 3rd Year from here http://exams.puchd.ac.in/datesheet.php

Date Sheet BA & B.Sc 1st , 2nd, 3rd Year

Date Sheet for B.Com 1st, 2nd, 3rd Year

Date Sheet for Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) 1st , 2nd, 3rd Year

Date Sheet for Bachelor of Computer Applications (B.C.A.) 1st , 2nd, 3rd Year


Compartment Datesheet for B.Com 1st, 2nd, 3rd Year

Compartment Datesheet for Bachelor of Computer Application (B.C.A.)

Compartment Datesheet for Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)

Compartment Datesheet for B.A./B.Sc.(General) ) 3rd year

Compartment Datesheet for B.A./B.Sc.(General) ) 3rd year:

Compartment Datesheet for B.A./B.Sc.(General) 2nd year:

Compartment Datesheet for B.A./B.Sc.(General):

Date sheet of practical schedule of M.Ed.(Semester III) Correspondence studies

Download above courses date sheet from here http://exams.puchd.ac.in/datesheet.php

PU Date Sheet 2011 for BA & B.Sc 1st, 2nd, 3rd Year

Panjab University, Chandigarh

Date Sheet BA 1st, 2nd, 3rd Year & B.Sc 1st, 2nd, 3rd Year 2011

Date Sheet For the BA/B.Sc (General):
Date Sheet for the BA/B.Sc (General) 1st Year (Exam Code 101) BA / B.Sc (General 2nd Year (Code 102) BA / B.Sc (General) 3rd Year (Code 103) / BA / B.Sc (Honours) 2nd Year (Code 104) / BA / B.Sc (Honours) 3rd Year (Code 105)

For Full subjects / additional subjects / improvement of performance / mercy chance / additional chance candidates examination commencing w.e.f 2nd April 2011

Theory Date Sheet

(The candidates must be on their seats at 9.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m. sharp as per date-sheet below. The answerbooks with Optical Mark Reader (OMR) front covers will be distributed at 9.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m. 15 minutes time in the beginning of each paper is budgeted for filling up the OMR Sheets properly under the instructions and supervision of invigilators. The question paper will be distributed at 9.15 a.m. and 2.15 p.m. sharp and the examination will continue till 12.15 p.m. and 5.15 p.m.).

Click the following link to download full Date Sheet for BA/B.Sc 2011 from the official website of PU Chandigarh i.e. http://exams.puchd.ac.in/datesheet/2011/20110224141812-ba-bsc.pdf

PU - B.Com 1st, 2nd, 3rd Year Date Sheet 2011

Punjab University, Chandigarh

PU Date Sheet 2011

Date Sheet 2011 for B.Com


PU Chandigarh announced the date sheet of class B.Com 1st, 2nd and 3rd for the 2011. The exams are going to start on 2nd April 2011 for the following classes The Practical Exams will conduct from 10.3.2011 TO 26.3.2011

B.Com. 1st Year (Pass Course)

B.Com. 2nd Year
(Pass & Hons.Course)

B.Com. 3rd Year
(Pass & Hons.Course)

B.Com with With Codes


Date-sheet for B.Com. 1st Year (General) ( Exam. Code 112 ), B.Com. 2nd(General) (Exam. Code 113) & 3rd Year (General) (Exam. Code 114) B .Com. 2nd (Honours) (Exam. Code 115) & 3rd Year (Honours) (Exam. Code 116)

For Full Subjects / Additional Subjects / Improvements / Mercy Chance / Additional Chance Candidates Examination Commencing w.e.f 2nd April 2011

Check the following to get download full date sheet for B.Com 1st, 2nd and 3rd Year

Time of Exam: 2:15 pm to 5:15 pm

(The candidates must be on their seats at 2.00 p.m. sharp as per date-sheet below. The answer-books with Optical Mark Reader (OMR) front covers will be distributed at 2.00 p.m. 15 minutes time in the beginning of each paper is budgeted for filling up the OMR Sheets properly under the instructions and supervision of invigilators. The question paper will be distributed at 2.15 p.m. sharp and the examination will continue till 5.15 p.m.)

PU B.Com Date Sheet 2011

Source: www.puchd.ac.in

Manipal University - Admission 2011

Manipal University

Admission 2011


Apply for

MBBS
BDS
BE
B.Pharm
Pharm. D

Last date is March 15, 2011


Admission is also open for 15 other streams

How to apply: Application are available at select branches of State Bank of India and Syndicate Bank

Write to Director Admissions

For more information Call (0) 9243777700

Email: admissions@manipal.edu

For more details, visit: www.manipal.edu

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

BHU - Postgraduate Entrance Test (PET) 2011

Banaras Hindu University
Phone: 0542-2368418, 2307255-58
Fax: 0542-2368418
E-Mail: controller@bhu.ac.in

Postgraduate Entrance Test (PET) 2011


The Banaras Hindu University shall conduct Postgraduate Entrance Tests, hereinafter called ‘PET’, during 3rd -4th week of May and 1st week of June, 2011 for admission to various Postgraduate Courses as given hereunder for the Session 2011-2012. Admissions will be made according to merit in the PET, subject to fulfilling of eligibility requirements mentioned below and availability of seats in the particular Course for which the candidate has applied for and appeared in the Entrance Test. These Courses have been divided into “General Courses”, “Professional Courses” and “Special Courses

A. General Courses


(i) FACULTY OF SANSKRIT VIDYA DHARMA VIJNANA


(a) ACHARYA in Veda (Shukla Yajurveda, Krishna Yajurveda, Samveda, Rigveda), Vyakaran, Jyotish (Jyotish Ganit, Jyotish Falit), Dharmashastra, Mimansa, Vedanta, Nyayavaisesika, Prachinanyaya

(b) ACHARYA in Sankhyayoga, Puranetihasa, Sahitya

(c) ACHARYA in Baudha Darshan

(d) ACHARYA in Jain Darshan

(e) ACHARYA in Dharmagama

(ii) FACULTY OF ARTS


(a) M.A. in Bengali, English, Hindi, Kannada@, Pali, Urdu, Sanskrit**, AIHC & Arch.++ (Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology), Philosophy, Geography, Statistics, Mathematics, Home Science

(b) M.A. in Linguistics

(c) M.A. in Nepali

(d) M.A. in Arabic, Chinese, French, German^, Marathi, Persian, Russian , Telugu

(e) M.A. in Indian Philosophy and Religion (IPR)

(f) M.A. in History of Art

(iii) FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

M.A. in Economics, History+, Political Science, Sociology, Psychology++

(iv) FACULTY OF COMMERCE


M. Com

(v) FACULTY OF SCIENCE

(a) M.Sc. in Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, Computer Science#, Geography, Mathematics, Statistics, Psychology, Home Science

(b) M.Sc. in Biochemistry

(c) M.Sc. (Tech.) in Geophysics, Geology

B. Professional Courses


(i) INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES

M. Sc. in Health Statistics

(ii) INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES

M. Sc. (Ag.) (Master of Science in Agriculture) in Agricultural Economics; Agronomy; Animal Husbandry & Dairying; Entomology & Agricultural Zoology; Extension Education; Genetics & Plant Breeding; Horticulture; Mycology & Plant Pathology; Plant Physiology; Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry

(iii) FACULTY OF VISUAL ARTS


M.F.A. in Painting, Applied Arts, Plastic Arts, Pottery & Ceramics, Textile Design

(iv) FACULTY OF PERFORMING ARTS

(a) M. Mus. in Vocal/Instrumental (Sitar, Violin, Flute, Tabla)

(b) MPA in Dance: Kathak/Bharat Natyam

(c) M. Musicology

(v) FACULTY OF EDUCATION

(a) M.Ed. (Master of Education)

(b) M.Ed. (Spl) V.I. [Master of Education (Special)] V.I.

(vi) FACULTY OF ARTS

(a) M.A. in Mass Communication

(b) M.A. in Museology

(c) M.A. in Prayojanmoolak Hindi (Patrakarita)

(d) M. Lib. I. Sc. (Master of Library & Information Science)

(e) M.A. in Manuscriptology and Paleography (Library and Information Science as the nodal department)

(f) M.P.Ed. (Master of Physical Education)

(vii) FACULTY OF LAW


LL.M. (Master of Law)

(viii) FACULTY OF SCIENCE


MCA (Master of Computer Applications)

(ix) MAHILA MAHAVIDYALAYA

M. Sc. in Bioinformatics [For women]

C. SPECIAL COURSES

(i) FACULTY OF ARTS


(a) M.A. in Tourism Management

(ii) FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES


(a) Master of Personnel Management and Industrial Relations

(b) M.A. in Social Work

(c) M.A. in Public Administration

(d) M. A. in Conflict Management and Development (MCMD):

(iii) FACULTY OF COMMERCE

(a) Master of Foreign Trade (MFT)

(b) Master of Financial Management (Risk and Insurance) (MFMRI)

(c) Master of Finance Management (MFM)

(iv) FACULTY OF SCIENCE

(a) M.Sc. in Environmental Science

(b) M.Sc. (Tech.) in Environmental Science & Technology

(c) M.Sc. in Applied Microbiology

(d) M.Sc. in Molecular and Human Genetics

(e) M.Sc. in Petroleum Geosciences

(v) FACULTY OF LAW

LL.M. Course in Human Rights & Duties Education

(vi) FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES


(a) MBA in Agri- Business

(vii) FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

(a) M.Sc. (Ag.) Agroforestry

(b) M.Sc.(Ag.) Soil and Water Conservation

(c) Master of Agri-Business Management (MABM)

(d) M.Tech in Agricultural Engineering (Soil and Water Conservation Engineering)

(e) M.Sc in Food Science and Technology

(f) M.Sc in Plant Biotechnology

Important Dates

Commencement date of sale of application forms from the office counter : 15.02.2011
Last date for sale of application forms from the office counter: 15.03.2011
Last date for receipt of duly completed application forms (Without Late Fee): 08.03.2011
Last date for receipt of duly completed application forms (With Late Fee Rs. 150/-): 15.03.2011

Test Cities

The Entrance Test will be held at the following Centres, provided there is sufficient number of candidates for the concerned Centre:

Varanasi
Delhi
Kolkata
Chennai
Hyderabad

For more details, visit: www.bhu.ac.in/admission/UETPET2011/PETbulletin11.pdf

To Check all details, prospectus and admission notice in Hindi, visit: www.bhu.ac.in/admission/UETPET2011/uetpet.html

BHU - UET 2011, Admission Notice BA, B.Com, B.SC, B.Ed, LL.B, B.P.Ed, BFA

Banaras Hindu University
Phone No. 0542-2368418, 0542-2307255

Admission Notice Entrance Test 2011 for Undergraduate Courses

UET 2011


The Banaras Hindu University shall conduct Undergraduate Entrance Tests, hereinafter called UET, during 3rd – 4th week of May, 2011 for admission to various Undergraduate Courses as given hereunder for the Session 2011-2012. Admissions will be made according to merit in the UET, subject to fulfilling of eligibility requirements mentioned below and availability of seats in the particular Course for which the candidate has applied for and appeared in the Test

Undergraduate Courses Academic Session 2011 - 12


B. A. (Hons.) Arts
B. A. (Hons.) Social Sciences
B.Com. (Hons.)/B.Com. (Hons.) Financial Markets Management
B. Sc. (Hons.) Maths Group
B. Sc. (Hons.) Bio. Group
Shastri (Hons.)
B. Sc. (Ag.)
B. Ed. (Bachelor of Education) / B. Ed. (Bachelor of Education [Spl.])
LL.B. (Bachelor of Law)
B.P.Ed. (Bachelor of Physical Education)
B.Mus. (Bachelor of Music)
B.F.A. (Bachelor of Fine Arts)

Important Dates


Commencement date of sale of application forms from the office counter : 15.02.2011
Last date for sale of application forms from the office counter: 15.03.2011
Last date for receipt of duly completed application forms (Without Late Fee): 08.03.2011
Last date for receipt of duly completed application forms (With Late Fee Rs. 150/-): 15.03.2011

Test Cities

The Test will be held at the following Centres, provided there is sufficient number of candidates for the concerned Centre:

Varanasi
Delhi
Kolkata
Chennai
Hyderabad

For more details, visit: www.bhu.ac.in/admission/UETPET2011/UETbullt(English).pdf

LSAT 2011, Law School of Admission Test - India

Law School of Admission Test - India
(LSAT - India)


LSAT—India is a standardised test of reading and verbal reasoning skills designed by the USA–based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for use by law schools in India.

Admission 2011

5-year Integrated B.A. LL.B. (or an equivalent 5-year Integrated LL.B. degree course)

3-year Bachelor of Law (LL.B.)
programme and/or LL.M. programme.

Participating Colleges

Bharat Law College - Jaipur
(affiliated to University of Rajasthan)

Central India College of Law, Godhani - Nagpur
(affliated to RTM, Nagpur University)

Durgapur Institute of Legal Studies – Durgapur
(affiliated to University of Burdwan)

IIT Kharagpur - School of Law
(IIT Kharagpur)

Indira Priyadarshini College of Law – Bangalore
(affiliated to Karnataka State Law University)

Institute of Law and Research – Faridabad
(affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak)

ITM Law School - Gurgaon
(ITM University)

Jagan Nath University, Law Faculty – Jaipur
(Jagan Nath University)

Janhit College of Law – NOIDA
(affiliated to Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut)

Jindal Global Law School - Sonipat (Haryana)
(affiliated to Jindal Global University)

Jodhpur Institute of Law – Jodhpur
(affiliated to Jodhpur National University)

JSS Law College – Mysore
(Autonomous under Karnataka State Law University, Hubli)

K.L.E. Society’s Law College – Bangalore
(affiliated to Karnataka State Law University)

K.L.E. Society’s B. V. Bellad Law College – Belgaum
(affiliated to Karnataka State Law University)

K.L.E. Society's Gurusiddappa Kotambri Law College – Hubli
(affiliated to Karnatak University)

MATS Law School, MATS University - Raipur
(MATS University)

New Law College – Ahmednagar
(affiliated to University of Pune)

Oxford College of Law – Bangalore
(affiliated to Karnataka State Law University)

Sardar Patel Subharti Institute of Law
(affiliated to Swami Vivekananda Subharti University)

Shri Vaishnav Institute of Law – Indore
(affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya)

Siddhartha College of Law - Mumbai
(affiliated to Mumbai University)

University of Petroleum and Energy Studies - Dehradun
(UPES, Dehradun)

Important Dates

Registration Window (Online Payments) 25th Jan, 2011 to 18th Apr, 2011

Registration Window (Demand Draft Payments) 25th Jan, 2011 to 11th Apr, 2011

Admit Card Release 21st Apr, 2011 to 27th Apr, 2011

LSAT—India 2011, Test Date 30th Apr, 2011

Announcement of Results 1st Jun, 2011

The locations for the LSAT—India are:

North: Chandigarh, Dehradun, Delhi, Jaipur, Lucknow

South: Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi

West: Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Mumbai, Pune

East: Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Raipur, Ranchi

Download the free sample test for LSAT — India 2011

For more details, eligibility, apply online, visit: www.pearsonvueindia.com/lsatindia

Gujarat University Question Papers

Gujarat University Previous Year Question Papers

If you are looking for Gujarat University Question Papers then you can get the ten year and old year question paper from here. Click the following to get the question papers.

MA English Question Papers

Question Paper of MA English - Drama in English

Question Paper MA-II 123

MA English Critical Theory

George Bernard Shaw MA English

Women's Writing MA English Question Paper


BCA Question Papers

Data Communications & Networks

Internet Technologies

BCA 3rd Year Question Paper of Internet Technologies, Gujarat University

Third Year B. C. A. (Theory) Examination

April / May – 2003

Internet Technologies (BCA - 303)


Time : 3 Hours
Total Marks : 50

1 Attempt any ten : 10

(1) What is the use of Javah ?
(2) What is Method Overloading ?
(3) What is the use of finalizer ?
(4) Explain 'Super' Keyword.
(5) What are Wrapper Classes ?
(6) Explain the Java.Util.Date class.
(7) The name of a Java program file must match the name of class with the extension. Java. (True / False).
(8) The break statement is required in the default case of Switch Selection Structure (True / False)
(9) When Present, package must be the first non-comment statement in the file. (True / False).
(10) A method declared as stalic can not access non-static class members. (True / False)
(11) Throwing an exception always causes program termination. (True / False).
(12) Any method in a super class can be overridden in its subclass.

2 Answer the following : (any five) 10

(1) Why Java is known as platform independent ?
(2) Differenciate between Java and C.
(3) Explain type conversion and type casting.
(4) When do we declare a method or class as final ?
(5) How can we set priority of a thread ?
(6) Differenciate between string and stringbuffer class.
(7) What is Stream ? Explain Filtered stream.

3 (a) Answer the following : (any two) 6

(1) Discuss Java Environment (API & JDK)
(2) Explain life cycle of thread with diagram.
(3) What is package ? Explain how do we add a class or an interface in a package.

(b) Differentiate the following : (any two) 4

(1) Interface and abstract class.
(2) Instance variable and class variable.
(3) Applet and Application.

4 (a) List any four inbuilt exceptions. Also explain how can you throw your own exception. 5

OR

(a) Explain Life cycle of an Applet. (with diagrams) 5

4 (b) What is E - Commerce ? Explain B2B, B2C and C2C business Models. 5

OR

(b) List out any six ASP objects. Explain any two objects of them. 5

5 Attempt any two : 10

(1) Write a program that counts number of words, and lines in the file. Take the file name as a command line arguments.

(2) Write a code for an applet that let the user enter two numbers from the two text fields. When user press a button, with the caption "Multiply" it displays Multiplication in third text field.

(3) Write a program that accepts five numbers from the commandline arguments and store them in a vector. Also write methods for :

(1) To delete an element
(2) To add an element at a Specified Location
(3) To add an element at the end.
(4) To Print the contents of the vector.

BCA 3rd Year Question Paper of Data Communication & Networks, Gujarat University

Third Year B. C. A. Examination

April / May – 2003

Data Communication & Networks (301)
(Theory)


Time : 3 Hours
Total Marks : 50

Instructions : (1) Draw diagrams wherever necessary.
(2) Write new question on new page.

1 Do as directed : (any ten) 10

(i) Define signal to noise ratio.
(ii) Synchronous transmission is more efficient than asynchronous transmission. (T/F)
(iii) State any two advantages of coaxial cable.
(iv) Evesdropping is not possible in fiber optic cable. (T/F)
(v) What is multipath fading ?
(vi) What is phase jitter ?
(vii) Sketch the transmitted waveform for the bit pattern 101011 using PSK technique.
(viii) Draw mixer diagram.
(ix) What is a trunk ?
(x) What is the function of Bridge ?
(xi) What protocol is used at Data-link layer in X.25 ?
(xii) What is IEEE name for token ring ?

2 Answer the following : (any five) 10

(i) Explain Bit Rate and Baud Rate.
(ii) On a transmission channel, 600 character message using ASCII 7 bit code is used. For asynchronous data transmission, there is one start bit and one stop bit and a single error detection character is added. Calculate the efficiency of transmission.
(iii) Explain Infrared waves.
(iv) State the characteristics of Radio waves.
(v) What is the concept of Differential phase shifting ?
(vi) List the functions of network node.
(vii) Differentiate between star bus and star ring topology.

3 (a) Explain the different data transmission modes with 5 example.

OR

(a) Explain satellite and terrestrial microwave transmission. 5
(b) What is modulation ? Explain AM, FM and PM with waveforms. 5

OR

(b) Explain physical topologies with diagram. 5

4 Answer the following : (any five) 10

(i) What is data compression technique ?
(ii) A 4.6 cost signal is naturally sampled at the rate of 56 kHz using 1.50 micro second sampling pulses. What is the value of the reconstructed output signal ?
(iii) Explain Bit stuffing technique. How 1101111111110 frame will be transmitted using this technique ?
(iv) Explain different rate access techniques in ISDN.
(v) State the advantages of fiber optic cable.
(vi) Explain Active Repeater.
(v) Enlist three components of satellite and what is the main function of space component ?

5 (a) Explain PCM with block diagram. 5

OR

(a) Explain FDDI in detail. How does the backup system work in case of one or both rings are broken.5

(b) Explain Data link, Network and Transport layer in detail. 5

OR

(b) Explain optical scanning method with functional diagram. 5

Women’s Writing Question Papers of MA English - Gujarat University

MA-II-62

April-2007

English

Paper-VII – C
(Women’s Writing)


Time : 3 Hours
Max. Marks : 100

Instructions : (1) Attempt all questions.
(2) All questions carry equal marks.

1. (a) Show how the ‘Angel in the House’ image interferes with woman’s role as a creative writer.

OR

(b) Evaluate ‘A Room of One’s Own’ as a feminist trend-setter.

2. (a) Gynocentric approach rejects both imitation and protest (of the feminist phase) and turns instead to female experience as the source of an autonomous identity. Substantiate.

OR

(b) Discuss in detail the salient features of the Gynocentric critical approach to literature.

3. (a) “While Jane’s rejection of Rochester shows her independence, her acceptance of him shows her humanity.” Elaborate.

OR

(b) With Jane Eyre women’s writing ushers in a new era of female protagonists.” Discuss.

4. (a) “Rhys places a marginal character at the centre and thus decentres an inherited narrative structure.” Discuss with reference to Wide Sargasso Sea.

OR

(b) “Wide Sargasso Sea explores the helplessness of a woman under the patriarchal law of inheritance”. Comment.

5. (a) “Maggie chooses submission and sacrifice rather than revolt and personal fulfillment.” Comment.

OR

(b) “The Mill on the Floss provides a compendium of handicaps imposed upon women.” Elaborate.

6. (a) “Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye exposes the beauty myth with all its complexities.” Discuss.

OR

(b) Show how the narrative technique of The Bluest Eye assists in enfolding the subtle but poignant theme.

7. (a) “All female characters in The Fire on the Mountain suffer physically, emotionally and spiritually.” Comment.

OR

(b) Evaluate Fire on the Mountain as a feminist novel.

8. (a) “Vasudha fails to care out her space in the patriarchal world, instead she ends up as an escapist.” Comment.

OR

(b) Do you think that the solutions presented by Kundanika Kapadia to women are practical ? Give reasons for your answer.

9. Show your acquaintance with any two :

1. In search of Our Mothers’ Gardens.
2. Female Imagination.
3. Eco feminism.
4. The Second Sex

10. Show your acquaintance with any two :

1. The Yellow Wallpaper.
2. Radical Feminism.
3. Feminine, Feminist, female.
4. Woman’s Language.

Question Paper of George Bernard Shaw MA English, Gujarat University

MA-II-60

April-2007

English

Paper-VII A

Special Author
(George Bernard Shaw)


Time : 3 Hours
Max. Marks : 100

Instructions : (1) Attempt all the ten questions.
(2) Each question is for ten marks.

1. (a) “Bernard Shaw puts the structure of traditional love triangle up side down in Candida.” Comment. 10

OR

(b) “Candida is the embodiment of Shaw’s concept of New Woman.” Elucidate.

2. (a) “Arms and the Man” is Shaw’s critical comment on war and manhood.” Substantiate. 10

OR

(b) “Arms and the Man redefines the idea of patriotism with a realistic and rational touch.” Comment.

3. (a) “St. Joan though defeated, comes out as a victorious character in the play.” Do you agree ? Comment. 10

OR

(b) Discuss how Bernard Shaw questions the conventional notion of religion in the play St. Joan.

4. (a) Discuss in detail Shaw’s theory of Life Force as portrayed in Man and Superman. 10

OR

(b) Shaw satirises the idealistic liberals of his times through the character of Roebulk Romden in Man and Superman.

5. (a) “Doctor’s Dilemma is Shaw’s serious comment on the medical profession.” Discuss. 10

OR

(b) Justify the title Doctor’s Dilemma.

6. (a) “Pygmalian celebrates the power of correctly articulated language in the social context.” Elaborate. 10

OR

(b) “Shaw’s characters are decision-makers affecting the course of action.” Substantiate with reference to Pygmalian.

7. (a) “Shakespeare’s Caesar is a man of emotion while Shaw’s Caesar is a man of action.” Do you agree ? Comment. 10

OR

(b) Comment on the antisentimental attitude of Shaw as reflected in Caesar and Cleopatra.

8. (a) “Ministers come and ministers go, but I go on for ever” Elaborate the given statement from The Apple Cart with reference to Shaw’s views on democracy. 10

OR

(b) In The Apple Cart the character of Mangus occupies the centre place, rest are marginalized.” Comment.

9. (a) Evaluate Bernard Shaw as an iconoclast with reference to his plays. 10

OR

(b) Discuss Shaw as a dramatist who defines himself as someone who was “born to set the society right.”

10. (a) “Shaw’s plays are more about ideas than about action.” Elaborate. 10

OR

(b) “Shaw’s protagonists are his mouth piece.” Do you agree ? Comment.

Question Paper of MA English Critical Theory April 2007, Gujarat University

MA-II-30

April-2007

English

Paper-VI


(Critical Theory)
(New Course)

Time : 3 Hours
Max. Marks : 100

Instructions : (1) Attempt all questions.
(2) All questions carry equal marks.

1. (a) Examine critically Aristotle’s notion of tragedy.

OR

(b) Discuss in detail Aristotle’s views on the ideal tragic hero.

2. (a) Tate attacks the fallacy of communication in poetry. Comment.

OR

(b) Discuss the notion of tension as discussed by Tate in ‘Tension in Poetry’.

3. (a) A poem is prose plus X. Elaborate the statement with reference to Ransom’s essay ‘Criticism as pure speculation’.

OR

(b) A poem is a democratic state whereas prose is a totalitarian state. Comment.

4. (a) Write a detailed note on the significance of literary communication.

OR

(b) Explain the difference between literary communication and day-to-day communication.

5. (a) Discuss at length Derrida’s views on logocentricity.

OR

(b) Write a detailed note on Derrida’s views on bricolage.

6. (a) Attempt an essay on Showalter’s contribution to feminist criticism.

OR

(b) Bring out the appropriateness of the title ‘Feminist Criticism in Wilderness’.

7. (a) Write a detailed note on Bharata’s views on the origin of drama.

OR

(b) Rasa is the soul of drama. Comment.

8. (a) Discuss in detail the role of word power in poetry.

OR

(b) Poetry is not possible without symbolic meaning. Justify.

9. (a) Show your acquaintance with any two of the following :

(1) Formalism
(2) Psychoanalysis
(3) Sociological School
(4) Marxist Approach

10. Show your acquaintance with any two of the following :

(1) Geneva School
(2) Post Modernism
(3) The Chicago Critics
(4) Postcolonial Criticism

MA English - MA-II-123, Question Paper of Gujarat University

MA-II-123

April-2007

English (Subsidiary)

Paper-V

(Drama in English)
(New Course)


Time : 3 Hours
Max. Marks : 100

Instructions : (1) All questions are compulsory.
(2) All questions carry equal marks.

1. (a) Evaluate Oedipus Rex as a tragedy of fate.

OR

(b) “Oedipus Rex reaffirms Sophocles’ faith in theocentric humanism.” Comment.

2. (a) Evaluate King Lear as a Shakespearean tragedy.

OR

(b) Discuss Lear as a man more sinned against than sinning.

3. (a) “Ibsen’s Ghost is a critique of modern society.” Comment.

OR

(b) “Mrs. Alving is a victim of patriarchal traditions and customs.” Justify.

4. (a) “A Street Car Named Desire is a precise depiction of the conflict between illusion and reality.” Comment.

OR

(b) Write a detailed note on the technique of expressionism in A Street Car Named Desire.

5. (a) Examine Waiting For Godot as an absurd play.

OR

(b) Bring out the element of menace while discussing the characters of Vladimir and Estragon in Waiting For Godot.

6. (a) “The Post Office reaffirms Tagore’s faith in the immortality of soul.” Comment.

OR

(b) Bring out the appropriateness of the title The Post Office.

7. Arrange the given details (for each entry) in MLA style and then list them as “Works Cited”. (Please ignore unnecessary details and notice the missing ones.)

(1) a vindication of the rights of woman a book written by Mary (first name) Woolstonecraft (surname) ed. By Carol H. Poston. The book was published in 1975 by Norton Pub. at New York.
(2) book title : Where the wild things are by Maurice (first name) Sandak (surname) published in 1963.
(3) An article in a scholarly journal called Mosaic, Vol. no. 29 of 1996 p 91-109. The title of the article The Politics of culture Author Laurie (name) Vickery (surname)

8. Explain the following items/abbreviations in a line or two. (any five)

(1) rpt.
(2) et. al.
(3) ed.
(4) MLA
(5) PMLA
(6) sic.
(7) Plagiarism

9. Show your acquaintance with (any two)

(1) Richard II
(2) Agamemnon
(3) The Birthday Party
(4) Hayavadana

10. Show your acquaintance with (any two)

(1) Murder in the Cathedral
(2) St. Jone
(3) The Way of the World
(4) Swapnavasavdattm

Question Paper of MA English April 2007 - Drama in English, Gujarat University

MA-II-05

April-2007

English (Main)

Paper-V (Drama in English) (New Course)


Time : 3 Hours
Max. Marks : 100

Instructions : (1) All questions are compulsory.
(2) All questions carry equal marks.

1. (a) “God’s design in ambiguous, hidden and deceiving”. Elaborate the statement with special reference to Oedipus Rex.

OR

(b) “Oedipus’ greatness is at once the source of his difficulties and of his heroic stature as saviour of Thebes”. Comment.

2. (a) “The final impression of King Lear is more that of a chaos than of a moral order”. Comment.

OR

(b) Examine King Lear as an ideal Shakespearean tragedy.

3. (a) “Ibsen’s Ghost is a bitter comment on the complexities of human relationships”. Justify.

OR

(b) “Mrs. Alving is a victim of patriarchal traditions and customs”. Comment.

4. (a) “Blanche Du Bois is the perfect embodiment of the American society’s impotence and sterility”. Discuss.

OR

(b) “Tennessee Williams successfully disintegrates the American hypocrisy of beauty and success in A Street Car Named Desire”. Elaborate.

5. (a) “Waiting For Godot is a play about absurdity of modern life.” Do you agree ? Give reasons for your answer.

OR

(b) Write a critical note on the dramatic technique in Waiting for Godot.

6. (a) The Post Office conveys an atmosphere of gentleness and peace. Comment.

OR

(b) “The message of The Post Office is inspite of all the pathos and tragedy life is beautiful”. Illustrate.

7. Arrange the given details (for each entry) in MLA style and then list them as “Works cited”. (Please ignore unnecessary details and notice the missing ones)

(a) British women (Book title) by Paula (name) Feldman (surname) Baltimore, John Hopkins Publication 1997.
(b) Literary Scholarship (title of the article) Northrope Frye in Paula (title of the journal) N.Y. issue no 99 of 1984.
(c) What do Onions do ? (book title) by Richard (name) Freedman (surname) Basic publishers N.Y. 1984.

8. Explain the following items/abbreviations in a line or two (any five) :

(1) MLA
(2) Sic.
(3) Plagiarism
(4) PMLA
(5) nd
(6) rpt
(7) et al.

9. Show your acquaintance with any two of the following :

(1) Richard II
(2) The way of the world
(3) The Road
(4) The Cherry Orchard

10. Show your acquaintance with any two of the following :

(1) Hayavadana
(2) St. Jone
(3) Murder in the Cathedral
(4) Swapnavasavdattm

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

UGAT 2011 - Under Graduate Aptitude Test 2011

AIMA - All India Management Association

Under Graduate Aptitude Test (UGAT) 2011


The Under Graduate Aptitude Test (UGAT) is conducted at national / international level for admissions to University-approved Bachelor Programs such as BBA, BCA, BHM, etc.

Eligibility: The minimum qualification is 10+2 or equivalent from a recognized board. Students appearing / appeared in 10+2 can also apply.

Important Dates

Test Date 7 May 2011 (Saturday)

Reporting Time for the Test 0900 Hrs

Last Date for applying online 15 April 2011 (Friday)

Last Date of receipt of printout of UGAT Online Registration Forms at AIMA, New Delhi alongwith Demand Draft of Rs.500/- 20 April 2011 (Wednesday)

Candidate can choose any ONE of the following modes to apply:

Obtain Form with UGAT Bulletin against cash payment of Rs 450/- from listed branches of Bank of Baroda, listed Study Centres of AIMA or from AIMA, Lodhi Road New Delhi

or

Obtain crossed Demand Draft (DD) of Rs 500/- in favour of ‘All India Management Association’ payable at Delhi from any Bank. Register online at website www.aima-ind.org/ugat2011 alongwith the DD details. Detailed procedure is given on the website link.

or


Register online at website link www.aima-ind.org/ugat2011 with Credit Card or Debit Card (ATM Card) payment. Detailed procedure is given on the website link.

Contact

Manager- UGAT
Tel : 011 24645100, 43128100 (Ext. 424)
Email : ugat@aima-ind.org

For more details and to apply online for UGAT 2011, visit: www.aima-ind.org/ugat.aspx

MAST Mock Test and MAST Test Format Conducted by AIMA

MAST Test Format

The test format endorsed by industry leaders will evaluate the following important skills of the student:

Critical thinking
Cross-functional competence
Communication skills
Key personality traits & cultural awareness
Competence in their discipline
Technological competence

Test is divided in three main sections


1. Psychometric assessment
2. General Aptitude
3. Domain Knowledge

1. Psychometric assessment


Personality traits commonly held in high demand by recruiters stated below will be tested

Leadership
Decision Making Ability
Team Work
Adaptability
Stress Management
Initiator
Ethical Values
Negotiation skills
Stability

2. General Aptitude
Ability tests will assess logical reasoning or thinking performance and will evaluate the following

Numerical Ability
Managerial Ability
Reasoning
English Language

3. Domain Knowledge


Domain Knowledge Test will be Case Study based followed by multiple choice questions in the following areas:

HR
Marketing
Operations
IT
International Business
Finance

MAST Mock Test Papers


Click the following to get the test papers

Online Mock Test Papers for MAST 2011


Online Assessments

AIMA Practice Assessment - Finance
AIMA Practice Assessment - Human Resource
AIMA Practice Assessment - Information Technology
AIMA Practice Assessment - International Business
AIMA Practice Assessment - Marketing
AIMA Practice Assessment - Operations

Source: www.aima-ind.org

MAST - Management Aptitude and Skills Test on 18th September 2011

AIMA - All India Management Association

Management Aptitude and Skills Test - MAST

MAST Exam is postponed to 18th September 2011

About Test Management Aptitude and Skills Test - MAST is the latest offering for the benefit of both recruiters and fresh management pass outs alike. In the current business scenario companies are beginning to understand that to stay competitive, they need to focus on developing and hiring most suitable candidates for the right job. The task becomes tougher when the talent is raw and needs focused grooming. It is a huge challenge in terms of time and money for the recruiters to explore this talent from across the B-Schools which have mushroomed in the country in the last decade. MAST is structured keeping in mind the current Industry trends & practices for hiring of young fresh management talents. The objective of MAST is to identify potential managers who are capable of making a difference in the management of the organsiation and create path that is good not only for them, but also for the society.

Important Dates

Last Date for Online Registration 12th August 2011 (Friday) - Through Demand Draft

12th August 2011 (Friday) - Through Credit Card/Debit Card(Approved by Master/Visa)

Last Date for submission of registration form along with Demand Draft at AIMA,New Delhi 20th August 2011 (Saturday)

How to take the Test
Computer Based Test (CBT)

Test Date 18th September 2011 (Sunday) onwards

Test Cities


MAST Will be Conducted in the following cites:

Ahmedabad
Bangalore
Bhopal
Bhubaneswar
Chandigarh
Chennai
Delhi and NCR
Dehradun
Guwahati
Hyderabad
Jaipur
Kolkata
Lucknow
Mumbai
Patna

To apply online, visit: www.aima-ind.org/mast.aspx

MAST Onine Mock Test Papers

Jansons School of Business - MBA Admission 2011

Jansons School of Business
Karumathampatti, Coimbatore - 641659
Tamil Nadu, India
Ph :0091 - 421 - 2336161 to 65
Fax :0091 - 421 - 2334742.
Exclusively for Admission :0421 - 3205499
email :info@jsb.ac.in

MBA Admission 2011

Eligibility


Selection Process Advertisement calling for applications for admission to the MBA Programme is normally released in January every year. (The MBA Programme is delivered in four semesters scheduled in two academic years. Academic years commence during July every year.) Application Blanks are downloadable from www.jsb.ac.in. Application Blanks can also be obtained from JSB Campus, Chennai, Coimbatore, and Thiruchengode offices of JSB. The addresses and contact numbers of these offices are given below. The duly filled-in applications along with a DD for Rs.750 in favour of Jansons School of Business payable at Coimbatore shall be sent to the Admissions Office, Jansons School of Business, Karumathampatti, Coimbatore – 641 659, Tamilnadu within the date stipulated in the admission advertisement.

Last date for submitting the filled in application form is on or before 28th February 2011.

For more details, visit: www.jsb.ac.in/academic_mba_selection.html

MD - MS Entrance Test Question Paper 2011 - PU Chandigarh

Panjab University, Chandigarh

There are total 200 Question in Entrance Examination for MD/MS You can also downland the Question papers by clicking the following links.

MD/MS Entrance Test Question Paper 2011 (Pdf)

MD / MS Entrance Test Answer Keys (Pdf)

Invite objections: MD/MS Entrance Test


The candidates can file their objections regarding discrepancies and accuracy of the key, in writing, within 48 hours of this announcement.

The valid concerns thus expressed will be given due consideration while evaluation. The objections, if any, must reach us on or before 24.02.2011 by 01.00pm.

Students can download Question paper and Answer keys from below mentioned links.

Contact for filing objections:

Assistant Registrar (CET Cell)
Aruna Ranjit Chandra Hall
Panjab University
Chandigarh. Pin 160014

Source: www.puchd.ac.in

NPTI - MBA Program in Power Management 2011 - 13

National Power Training Institute
An ISO 9001: 2000 and ISO 14001 Organization
(Ministry of Power, Govt. of India)
Centre for Advanced Management and Power Studies (CAMPS)
NPTI Complex, Sector-33, Faridabad-121 003 (Haryana)

Admission Notice for Graduate Engineers


MBA Program in Power Management (2011-13) – X Batch


(Approved by AICTE and affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak)
Through CAT Score (conducted by IIMs)

Candidates desirous of joining the 2-Year full-time program MBA in Power Management of NPTI for the academic session 2011-13 have to necessarily appear for the CAT-2010 exam (for Non-sponsored category) being conducted by IIMs.

Eligibility: B.E. or equivalent (General - 60% Marks in aggregate of all Semesters, SC/ST- Min. Pass Marks)

How to apply: Application form along with the Prospectus would be available on NPTI website. The Application Form can be downloaded from the web site (www.npti.in) and should be sent alongwith a crossed Demand Draft of Rs. 1,000/- (Rs. 500/- for SC/ST & Rs. 250/- for Haryana SC/ST candidates) in favour of National Power Training Institute payable at Faridabad. Filled-in applications may be sent to Principal Director, (CAMPS), National Power Training Institute, NPTI Complex, Sector-33, Faridabad- 121003, Haryana to reach on or before 28-02-2011.

For more details, visit: www.npti.in

IRT - One Year Diploma Course in Transport Economics and Management

The Institute of Rail Transport [IRT]
Room No.17, Rail Bhavan, Raisina Road, New Delhi – 110001
Phone: 23384171,23384362,23303924,23303236.23304147
Fax No : 011-23384005
E.Mail: irt@nde.vsnl.net.in

One Year Diploma Course in Transport Economics and Management

Eligibility: A Degree / Diploma in any subject from the recognized University / Institute will be sufficient.

Fee: Rs. 4000/-

Apply for prospectus on payment of Rs. 100/- cash or by demand draft in favour of Institute of Rail Transport payable at New Delhi alongwith a self addressed and stamped envelope (11" * 5") of Rs. 15/- Write full name and address in capital on the back of draft. Apply on or before 15th April 2011.

For more details, visit: www.irt-india.com

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