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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Admission Notice 2009 for Pearl Academy of Fashion

Delhi, Jaipur, Chennai

Admission 2009

Undergraduate Programmes (BA Hons)

Degree validated by Nottingham Trent University, UK

Fashion Design
Textile Design
Jewellery Design
Communication Design
Fashion Business Management
Fashion Retail Management
Interior Architecture Design**

Eligibility: 10+2 in any discipine with 50% minimum marks

* Duration:
4 years

** validation by NTU under process

Postgraduate Diploma Programmes

Fashion Merchandising
Garment Manufacturing
Fashion Retail
Fashion Design
Textile Design Home Fashion
Fashion Marketing
KnitWear Design

Eligibility: Bachelor's degree in any discipline

* Duration:
2 years

Those appearing for the final year can also apply

Application kit (UG/PG) costing Rs. 1000.00 (Rs. 1150.00 by post) payable in cash or DD favouring Peral Academy of Fashion at New Delhi is available at PAF centres, select Axis Bank Branches, Giggles (E-24, Connaught Place, New Delhi), University Book Seller (82, Hazratganj), Lucknow) & Ebony (SCO 34-37, Sector 9-D, Chandigarh)

Application forms are also available on website with online payment option

Delhi Campus:
A - 21/13, Naraina Industrial Area - Phase II,
New Delhi - 110028.
Tel. No. : 41417693-94; 25703451/5478/8506; Fax : 25705451

Jaipur Campus: SP-38A, RIICO, Industrial Area, Kukas, Delhi Road, Jaipur - 302 028
Tel: (01426) 247515; 247616;

Chennai Campus:
82, Sterling Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai - 600 034
Tel: (044) 42664448/49/50

Other Programmes: PAF-IGNOU 4 years BA Programmes (Industry Integrated)

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MBA (Family Business and Entrepreneurship)- 2009, NIRMA University

NIRMA University

Institute of Management

Announces Admission to its

MBA (Family Business and Entrepreneurship)- 2009

A three year bachelor's degree (10+2+3) or its equivalent in any discipline from a statuary university. Candidates appearing in the final examination of a bachelor's degree can also apply. In addition, the applicants should also belong to a business family.

Admission Procedure: The admission procedure includes a national level written test to conducted at various centres on May 09, 2009. The shortlisted candidates will be invited for group discussion and personal interview a Ahmadabad.

Prospectus and Application Forms (also see Requests for application form should be accompanied with a demand draft of Rs. 1500/- favouring "Institute of Management, Nirma University" payable at Ahmadabad. Completed application forms should reach the office by May, 02, 2009. All communications should be addressed to:

The Deputy Registrar
Institute of Management
Nirma University of Science and Technology
Sarkhej-Gandhinagar Highway
Ahmedabad - 382 481

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Monday, March 30, 2009

KAIET 2009

Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University, Karad

Admission to M.B.B.S./B.D.S./B.P.Th/B.Sc.Nursing courses

Through Krishna All India Entrance Test 2009

1.KIMS- (Medical College)
2.School of Dental Sciences (B.D.S)
3.Krishna School of Physiotherapy. (B.P.Th.)
4.Krishna Institute of Nursing Sciences (B.Sc.Nursing)

Day, Date & Time of Entrance Test: -
Thursday, 28th May 2009 (2.00 to 5.00 pm)
Date of availability of application forms: - 23rd March 2009
Last date of submission of application forms: - 10th May 2009
Form fee: - Rs.500/-(by post by sending DD of Rs.600/-)
KAIET 2009 Entrance Test Fees: - Rs.1000/-

Examination Centers KAIET 2009 -Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Kottayam (Kerala) and Karad.

Application forms can also be downloaded from our website and submitted along with the DD of Rs.1500/-by post to KIMS University,Karad within stipulated time.

Eligibility Criteria:

1.Candidate must be 17 years on or before 31/12/2009
2.Candidate must have passed Std XII (HSC or equivalent) with physics, chemistry & biology with minimum 50% marks (for MBBS & BDS only) & English.
3.Candidates appearing at Std. XII or equivalent examination in March 2009 shall also be eligible to appear for KAIET 2009 however the candidate must fulfill the eligibility conditions before counseling.

Duly filled application should be submitted at the University Office in person or by registered post.

Information Brochure containing Application form can be obtained

(a) From University office or (b) By post / Courier by sending a DD of Rs.600 /- (All DD should be draw on any nationalized bank, in favor of “Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University” payable at karad.)

Warning: This University has neither authorized any person nor agency to admit the student on behalf of the university. Those who are doing so are doing on their own and University shall not be responsible for such illegal activities.

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Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management (EPGP) - IIM, Indore

Indian Institute of Management Indore

Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management (EPGP)

The Candidate must have

(a) Bachelor's Degree or its equivalent

(b) A valid CAT/GMAT score

(c) Minimum 5 years of managerial / entrepreneurial / professional experience

How To Apply:
The application from can be downloaded from the website:

Last date for receiving completed application form: April 15, 2009

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Ph.D. Admission – July 2009, IITP

Indian Institute of Technology Patna

Ph.D. Admission – July 2009

Applications are invited for admission to the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programme, starting in July 2009 in the following Departments. The Areas of Research at IIT Patna are as follows:

Computer Science and Engineering

Networking, Computer Network Management, QoS, Congestion control and Network Traffic Monitoring. Computer Security, Network Security, Information Security and Cryptography. Mobile Computing, Ad-hoc Networks, Sensor Networks and MANET.

Electrical Engineering

Power Systems (Optimization, Operation & Control, Security, Restructuring, Flexible AC Transmission Systems, Renewable Energy Sources), Communication Engineering (Digital Communication, Wireless Communication, Signal Processing, Cellular Communication)

Mechanical Engineering

Vibration, Soft tissue mechanics, Manufacturing, Condition monitoring, Biomedical robotics, Computational mechanics, Fracture, FEM, Composite, Heat transfer, Boiling and Condensation, Two-phase flows, Refrigeration & Air-conditioning, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Turbulent Flows, Interfacial flows in yield stress fluid, Laser material processing, Flow of granular materials, Non-traditional manufacturing, Biomedical Bone Drilling, Soft computing, Laser Forming


Supramolecular Chemistry, Coordination Chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry, Ultrafast Spectroscopy, Photochemistry & Chemical Dynamics, Green Chemistry, Nano-scale Materials, Synthetic Organic Methodologies, Total synthesis of biologically important natural products, PASE Synthesis, Diversity Oriented Synthesis, Heterocyclic Chemistry


Statistical Decision Theory, Statistical Inference, Control Theory (Controllability, Optimal control), Non-linear Optimization, Multi-objective Programming, Combinatorial Topology and Geometry, Topological Graph Theory


Condensed Matter Physics (Magnetic Nanomaterials, Superconductivity, CMR Materials, Molecular Electronics, Conjugated Polymer/ Metal Interface: Theory and Experiment), Optics (Optical Cryptography, Digital Holography, Optical Pattern Recognition, Fractional Fourier Transform: Theory and Experiment)

Humanities and Social Sciences

Economics (Macroeconomics, Political Economy of Globalization, Privatization & Liberalization, WTO and India, Law and Economics)

English (Indian writings in English, Contemporary Literary Theory (its applications on writings from across the world), Law and Literature, Language Teaching)

Linguistics (Sociolinguistics, Applied Linguistics, Language and Computers, Linguistic Theory – Syntax of Indo-Aryan and Tibeto-Burman Languages)

Application form can also be obtained from the Assistant Registrar, Indian Institute of Technology Patna, Patliputra Colony, Patna – 800 013, Bihar, on or before 08-04-2009 by ordinary post or in person. To receive application forms by ordinary post, send a request along with a self-addressed, Rs.5/- stamped envelope (24cm x 15cm size). Request for form must be sent in an envelope super-scribed with ‘Request for PhD Application form’.

Filled in application forms complete with copies of mark sheets/certificates and other testimonials and a Demand Draft for Rs.150/- for General/ OBC candidates and Rs.75/- for SC/ST/PD candidates drawn in any nationalized bank and payable at Patna in favour of IIT Patna should be sent to the Assistant Registrar, Indian Institute of Technology Patna, Patliputra Colony, Patna – 800 013, Bihar, to reach on or before 15 April 2009. The words “Application for PhD admission in the Department of _________” should be written on the top of the envelope for sending the completed form.

Candidates applying for more than one department should submit a separate application for each department.


The Institute reserves the right to call a limited number of candidates for written test or/ and interview, based on performance in GATE/NET, grades/marks in the qualifying examination, etc.

Important Dates:

Last Date for issuing Application Forms by post is: 08-April-2009

Last Date for receipt of completed Application Forms by IIT Patna is: 15-April-2009

Note that the Application Form is available for downloading from 06-03-2009 to 15-04-2009.

For any further information, please contact

Assistant Registrar
Indian Institute of Technology Patna
Patliputra Colony
Patna – 800 013, Bihar
Phone & Fax: +91 (612) 2277383

For more details, visit: Or


Association Of Pvt Medical & Dental Colleges Of Uttar Pradesh

BDS Admission Notice 2009

Association of Private Medical & Dental Colleges of Uttar Pardesh is conducting "All India Common Admission Test" UPCAT-DENTAL" for admission to Bachelor of Dental Surgery (B.D.S) course of the year 2009-10

Eligibility: 10+2 with 50% marks in PCB (40% for OBC/SC/ST)

The other details regarding no. of seats, fees structure, pattern of examination, admission procedure etc. are given in the information brochure and application form. Forms can be obtained from participating colleges in person by cash of Rs. 1050/- Form by DD of Rs. 1100/- are available only at Oriental bank of Commerce, Springdell ranch Bichpuri Road, Pilibhit bypass Road, Bareilly - 243006. The DD must only be drawn in favour of "ASSOCIATION OF PRIVATE MEDICAL & DENTAL COLLEGES UP" payable at BAREILLY.

Last date for receipt of complete Application Form:

Date of Examination:
24-05-2009 (Sunday) Time:11:00 AM TO 2:00 PM

For more details, visit: Or

BCA & BBA (IT) Admissions 2009 - SICSR

Symbiosis International University

Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR)

Admission Notice 2009 BCA / BBA (IT)

Eligibility: Students passing HSC (10+2) (for BCA, Science Stream mandatory) or equivalent Diploma in Engineering / Technology with minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST category students) Students appearing for HSC examination may also apply.

How To Apply:

Step 1: Register Online before 13th April 2009 at for SET scheduled on 2nd May 2009

Step 2: Apply online for SICSR by paying Rs. 1000/- by credit card Or by sending a DD to SICSR in favour of " Director, Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research" payable at Pune.

Last date of registration to SICSR is 9th May, 2009 and last date of receipt of DD is 15th May, 2009

Other Degree Programme offered at Symbiosis International university:
Law, Design, Management, Health Science, media, Economics & Engineering

Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research
1st Floor, Atur Centre, Gokhale Cross Road,
Model Colony, Pune - 411016.
Tel : (+91) 020 - 2567 5601 / 02 , Extension - 103 (Mrs. Barsha.S.Bhattacharjee)
Fax : (+91) 020 - 2567 5603
Email :

For more details, visit:

VEE 2009 - Admission for B.Pharm, M.Pharm, B.E (CSE, EEE, ECE) Marine, M.B.A, M.C.A

Vels Entrance Examination 2009-2010 (VEE 2009)

Admission Notice 2009 for B.Pharm, M.Pharm, B.E (CSE, EEE, ECE) Marine, M.B.A, M.C.A

Hoe To Apply: Application for Entrance Examination can be obtained on payment of Rs.500/- in cash, in person or by sending Demand Draft (DD) for Rs.550/- in favour of "The Registrar, Vels University" payable at Chennai. Application can also be obtained from select Head Post Offices across India by paying Rs.550/-

Entrance Examination Centres

Tamil Nadu: Chennai, Coimbatore, Cuddalore, Dharmapuri, Erode, Kumbakonam, Thanjavur, Trichy, Madurai, Namakkal, Salem, Nagercoil, Vellore

Andhra Pradesh: Hyderabad, Nellore, Vijayawada, Vizag, Tirupathi

Kerala: Kozhikode, Ernakulam, Kottayam, Palakad, Trichur, Kannur

Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkatta, Ranchi, Bhuvaneswar, Bhopal, Lucknow, Varanasi, Kota, Patna, Bangalore

Last Date of submission of Application: 24.04.2009

Date of Entrance Examination: 24.05.2009

For List of Post Offices to buy VEE 2009 forms & to download Applications Form visit:

For more details, visit:

B.Sc Nautical Science, B.E. Marine Engineering & Lateral Entry, HND Nautical Science & Marine Engineering, UK Admissions 2009 - Vels University



Admission Notice 2009

Invites Application For Admission To:

(1) B.Sc Nautical Science (3 years)
(2) B.E. Marine Engineering
(4 years)
(3) B.E. Mar. Engg. Lateral Entry
(3 years)
(4) HND Nautical Science, UK
(2 years)
(5) HND Marine Engineering, UK
(2 years)

For Entry Requirements, Academic Standards and Medical Standards Please visit Institute website:

Age Limits: For B.Sc & BE Maximum 25 years as on 3rd August 2009

For B.E Lateral Entry
- Maximum 25 years as on 5th July 2009

- Maximum 20 years as on 2nd September 2009

Important Dates:-

Last date for receipt of Applications:
24th may, 2009

Test, Interviews & Medicals at Chennai:
25th to 30th May, 2009

Course Commence on: 3rd August 2009 (B.Sc / BE)

2nd September 2009 (HND NS/ME)

You may download Application Form from University website of for Prospectus and Application Form send Demand Draft for rs. 400/- in favour of The Registrar, Vels University, payable at Chennai.

For further details, contact:

Capt. K. Vivekanand, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Vels University
School of Maritime Studies, P.V.Vaithiyalingam Road Velan Nagar
Pallavaram, Chennai 600117, India
Tel.: 91 -44 22662512, 22662514, 91- 44 22662515
Fax: 91 - 44 22662516

For more details, visit:

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Date Sheet 2009 - DU

University of Delhi

Annual Examination Datesheet - 2009

Date Sheet 2009 for BA, B.Sc, B.Com - University of Delhi

B.A.(Hons) - GRS - Old Course
B.A.(Hons) - Art - New Course
B.A.(Hons) - Art - Old Course
B.A.(Hons) - Social Sciences - New Course
B.A.(Hons) - Social Sciences - Old Course
B.Sc.(General) - Old Course
B.Com.(Hons) - New Course
B.Com.(Hons) - Old Course
B.Com. - New Course
B.Com.(Pass) - Old Course
B.A. Programme - New Course
B.A.(Pass) - Old Course

For your date sheet visit here , click on your course and download your datesheet.

For more details, visit:

Short Term Courses - University of Delhi

University of Delhi

Short-Term Courses

September – December, 2009

About Short-Term Courses The University of Delhi is pleased to announce a program of Short-Term Courses for foreign & Indian students. The first set of courses was offered from September to Mid-December 2008. The next session will be held between September and December, 2009.

Objectives: The basic objective of this Program is to provide introductory but insightful entry into different aspects of the history and culture of India and to study the various major currents of change that have made India what it is today.


1 Indian Economy after Independence
2 Introduction to Sanskrit Language
3 Literature in an Indian Language
4 Indian Music
5 Science & Technology in India
6 Indian Literature
7 Politics in India
8 Indian Literature in English/ Translation
9 Introduction to Sanskrit Language
10 Imagining India: Visual Perspectives

The courses of 10 weeks duration and roughly 40 hours of teaching will consist of classroom lectures, field visits, performances, demonstrations and guest lectures. Each student will need to enroll in at least 3 of the courses offered. The maximum number of courses for which a student can enroll is five (5).

: Short Term Courses will commence from September 8, 2009 and will conclude on December 15, 2009.

1. Orientation: September 8, 2009 to September 14, 2009
2. Teaching: September 15, 2009 to December 15, 2009 with a break from October 1 to October 15, 2009

Fee: The fee per course is Rs. 20,000/- or US$ equivalent (Approximately US $ 500 per course). The fee shall include instruction, course material and local field visits; but shall not cover travel, boarding and lodging. However, University of Delhi will facilitate arrangements for accommodation. The students are advised to come with a medical insurance.

How to Apply: Interested persons may send an email to: & They should fill in the Performa along with a short background on educational qualifications.

The last date for submission of applications for the Courses beginning September 2009 is July 30, 2009.

Details of the courses and the course content are available on the University of Delhi website:

Your application should be accompanied with:

(a) copies of your transcripts
(b) banker’s cheque/ demand draft for US$ 50 (Foreign Students) or Rs. 500/- (Indian Students as your application fee) in favour of:

The Registrar
University of Delhi

Contact Details:
Phone: +91 11 27662602
Mobiles: +91 9811465134, +91 9810630544

Click here for detailed notice

For more details, visit:

INCAT 2009


MBA 2009-11

INCAT (All India Admission Test)

May 03, 2009 10.00 am to 1.00 pm

Graduation (any discipline) with 50% and above marks

Through Admission Test & Interview

Classes From:
July 01, 2009

For information, details & Prospectus
(Rs. 500 by Cash/DD in favour of "IUCF A/c INC" and payable at Hyderabad) or please contact your nearest center. Jalandhar: 0181 - 2240485 / 2220328, Ludhiana: 0161 - 2424144 / 5012884, Dharamshala: 01892 - 223594 / 223652, Yamuna Nagar: 01732 - 262646 / 657655 Jammu: 0191 - 2484074 / 2480372, Shimla: 0177-2622563 / 6450563

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PG Programmes:
(Duration 2 years)

PG Diploma in Management - Footwear Technology (PGDM-FT)
PG Diploma in Creative Designing & CAD-CAM (PGDCD)

UG Programme(Duration 3 years)

Diploma in Footwear Technology (DFT)


PG Programme
(Duration 2 years)

PG Diploma in Retail Management (PGDRM)

UG Programme (Duration 3 years)

Diploma in Fashion Merchandising & Retail Management (DFMRM)


PG Programme (Duration 2 years)

PG Diploma in Leather Goods & Accessories Design (PGDLGAD)

UG Programme
(Duration 3 years)

Diploma in Leather Goods & Accessories Design


PG Programmes:
Graduation or equivalent degree (students appearing in final year may also apply)

UG Programme: 10+2 (Students appearing for their 10+2 may also apply

How To Apply:

Prospectus along with the Admission Form can be purchased from:

1. FDDI Campus at NOIDA, Rai Bareilly & Chennai.
2. The prospectus can also be procured from 55 branches of Axis Bank across India. (Details of Branches)
3. You can send a Demand Draft of Rs. 1000/- (Rupees One Thousand only) in favour of "FDDI" payable at New Delhi to FDDI, NOIDA and it will be sent through courier. Do not forget to mention the complete address at the back of the DD also.

Last date for issue and submission of admission form is 21st May 2009.

Click here to download Prospectus

For enquiries, please contact:

A-10/A, SECTOR-24, NOIDA - 201301
Phone: +91-120-4500100 Ext: 195-198
Fax: +91-120-2411301, 2412556

For more details, visit:

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Sixth Programme on “Technology Led Entrepreneurship”

Sixth Programme on “Technology Led Entrepreneurship”

Venue: Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, (IICT) Hyderabad

Dates: June 01 - 26, 2009


The objective of this programme is to inculcate the spirit of technological entrepreneurship amongst our Research Scholars to enable them to learn how to take knowledge based innovations through to a commercial outcome. The skills learned during the programme would help the scholars to enhance their expertise in technology commercialization and business development.

The programme also seeks to kindle the sprit of `intrapreneurship’ (Corporate Entrepreneurship) in the participants, through which they can take on entrepreneurial roles in large organizations in the course of their employment subsequent to completion of their doctoral programme.

Eligibility criteria for participants

CSIR/UGC Research Scholars (JRF, SRF, RA from Science & Engineering Stream) working in Indian Universities and R&D organizations and having a minimum of one year of research experience are eligible to apply for this programme.

Research Scholars working in externally funded projects in CSIR Labs and having a minimum of one year of Research experience are also eligible to apply for this programme.

Participants are expected to free themselves of their various other personal and professional engagements during the duration of the programme and focus on intense learning during the programme.

How to apply

Eligible Research Scholars willing to participate can download the Application Form from and Recommendation Form. The filled in Application Form and Recommendation Form from (complete in all respect) must be sent Through Proper Channel to:

Dr. Avinash C Dwivedy
Programme Coordinator – Technology Led Entrepreneurship
Human Resource Development Group, CSIR Complex,
Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi 110 012

Last Date
: Application and Recommendation forms complete in all respect must reach to us on or before April 27, 2009.

Selection of the Participants

Selection will be made on the basis of the inputs provided by the applicants in the application form and the evaluation of the candidate by his/her Research Supervisor/Director of the University/R&D organization in the Recommendation Form.

The applications will be evaluated by the Screening Committee and candidates selected for participation will be informed accordingly. The decision of the Screening Committee will be final and no enquiry will be entertained in this regard.

Boarding & Lodging

Selected participants will be provided with free boarding, lodging and course material during the programme. No registration Fee will be charged.


The expenses towards travel (from place of work to IICT Hyderabad and back) will be borne by the participants (either from their contingency research grant or through their respective organizations).

Participantion Certificate

The participants will be given a certificate of participation on successful completion of the programme. It is expected that the participants will be regular in attending the programme, and perform well in the weekly tests that will be conducted during the programme.

Important topics to be covered during the Programme:

· Technological Entrepreneurship: Key conceptual framework and Case studies
· Preparation of Business Plans
· Corporate entrepreneurship: Innovating in large organizations
· Finance & Accounts
· Going to market for technology and products
· Company Law and Commercial Knowledge for technological ventures
· Communication skills
· Intellectual Property Rights
· Thinking Strategically in technological ventures
· Motivation, team building, creativity and leadership
· Decision Analysis and Resource Management
· Economic Environment
· Technology-driven business opportunities
· Technology assessment and licensing
· Positioning of latest R&D technologies in the market
· Major hurdles / barriers in technology-driven ventures and their solutions
· Business plan presentations

Programme Faculty

The faculty for this programme are largely drawn from Indian Institute of Management Bangalore.

For further details please contact:

Dr. Avinash C. Dwivedy
Programme Coordinator
Technology Led Entrepreneurship Programme
Human Resource Development Group, CSIR Complex,
Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi 110 012
Telephone No. 011-25743481

For more details, visit:


Human Resource Development Group Council of Scientific & Industrial Research


1. CSIR will hold the Joint CSIR-UGC Test 21st June 2009 for determining the eligibility of the Indian national candidates for the award of Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) NET and for determining eligibility for appointment of Lecturers (NET) in certain subject areas falling under the faculty of Science. The award of Junior Research Fellowship (NET) to the successful eligible candidates will depend on their finding admission/placement in a university/ national laboratory/ institution of higher learning and research, as applicable.

1.1 A candidate may apply either for ‘JRF + Lectureship’ both or for ‘Lectureship (LS) only’ He/she may indicate his/her preference in the O.M.R Application Form/Online Application, as the case may be. CSIR may consider candidates applying for ‘JRF + LS’ for ‘Lectureship only” depending on number of fellowships available& performance in the test subject to the condition that they fulfill the laid down eligibility criterion . If a candidate is found to be over-age for JRF (NET) he/she will automatically be considered for Lectureship (NET) only.

1.2 Two separate merit lists, one comprising the candidates qualifying for the award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF - NET) and the second, of those candidates qualifying the Eligibility Test for Lectureship (NET), will be made on the basis of their performance in the above Test. Candidates qualifying for JRF (NET), will also be eligible for Lectureship (NET). The candidates qualifying for Lectureship will be eligible for recruitment as Lecturers as well as for JRF-ship in a Scheme/Project, if otherwise suitable as per the eligibility criteria of that Scheme/Project. However they will not be eligible for Regular JRF-NET Fellowship. They will be eligible to pursue Ph.D. programme with or without any fellowship other than JRF-NET. Candidates qualifying for the award of JRF (NET) will receive fellowship either from CSIR or UGC as per their assignment or from the Schemes with which they may find association. The candidates declared eligible for Junior Research Fellowship under UGC scheme will be governed by UGC rules/regulations in this regard.

1.3 The result of the examination to be held on 21.06.2009 may be declared sometime in the month of September 2009 and fellowship to successful candidates could be awarded from 01.01. 2010.


The Test will be held in the subjects as given under:

1. Chemical Sciences,
2. Earth Atmospheric Ocean and Planetary Sciences
3. Life Sciences
4. Mathematical Sciences
5. Physical Sciences


M.Sc. or Equivalent degree under the subjects mentioned in para 2.1 above, with minimum 55% marks for General & OBC candidates; 50% for SC/ST candidates, Physically and Visually Handicapped candidates and Ph.D. degree holders who had passed Master's degree prior to 19th September 1991.

A candidate can also apply for the Test under RA (Result Awaited) category, if he/she is appearing or has appeared in his/her final year (III/IV Semester where Semester system is there) of M.Sc. OR equivalent Degree Examination in subjects mentioned in para 2.1 above during the academic Session 2008-2009. Such candidates will have to submit the attestation format (given at the reverse of the application form) duly certified by the Head of the Deptt./Institute over his/her signature and rubber stamp (with address and name) from where the candidate is appearing or has appeared in the final year M.Sc. or equivalent degree examination. However, such candidates shall be admitted to the Test provisionally. They shall only be considered eligible for JRF-(NET)/LS-(NET), if they are able to produce the proof of having passed the Master’s Degree examination in the relevant or related subject with the requisite percentage of marks and within the stipulated time frame.


For JRF (NET): Minimum 19 Years and maximum 28 years as on 01-01-2009 (upper age limit may be relaxed up to 5 years as in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC, Physically handicapped/Visually handicapped and female applicants).

For LS (NET): Minimum 19 years, as on 01.01.2009. No upper age limit.


The test will be held at 25 Centres spread all over India, specified below:

Bangalore, Bhavnagar, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Imphal, Jammu, Jamshedpur, Karaikudi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Nagpur, Pilani, Pune, Raipur Roorkee, Srinagar, Thiruvananthapuram, Udaipur and Varanasi.

A candidate may opt for any of the above centres. No request for change of centre would ordinarily be granted. However, a request in writing for change of Centre may be entertained on merits, if received in this unit latest by 01.05.2009.




Candidates applying for the Test may obtain the Information Bulletin and Application forms (inclusive of fee payable) through the branches of the Bank notified below in para 5.2 (within the prescribed dates) by paying the following fee in cash:

General Rs. 400/-

Other Backward Classes (OBC) Rs. 200/-

SC/ST/Physically Challenged (PC) or Visually Challenged (VC) Rs. 100/-


The information Bulletin and Application form may also be obtained through Value Payable Post(V.P.P.) from the Indian Bank, 3/1, West Patel Nagar, New Delhi - 110 008, by sending a crossed Demand draft for Rs. 400/-, Rs. 200/- or Rs.100/-(as the case may be) drawn in favour of “Indian Bank, West Patel Nagar, New Delhi” payable at New Delhi. For this purpose, the candidate should send a request to the Bank with TWO self-addressed slips clearly mentioning the address at which he/she desires the Information Bulletin & Application Form to be sent by Value Payable Post (V.P.P.) As above mentioned Bank will entertain the request for forms through post from Thursday the 12th March, 2009 till Monday, the 30th March 2009 only, hence, candidates are advised to send well in advance so as to reach the within above said period.

The candidate should write his/her name, Date Of Birth, address, date of Examination (21.06.2009) and subject code on the back of the Demand Draft so that it can be located easily, if it gets detached accidentally from the letter of request for supply of Information Bulletin. However, before attaching the draft with letter of request, the candidates should check that it bears the code number of the issuing bank and drawee bank and also amount and signatures of issuing authority.


Interested & eligible candidates may apply for this test Online through a link available at CSIR, HRDG website : In order to apply Online the candidates are required to download Bank challan Performa from the above website and the deposit the requisite examination fee in any of the Indian Bank branches through out the country Candidates after successfully submitting application online are required to take print out of the Application Form, paste his/her recent black & white photograph, put his/her signature at the required space, attach requisite certificates and send alongwith CSIR marked copy of fee deposited Bank Challan in an envelop to Sr. Controller of Examinations, Human Resource Development Group, Examination Unit, CSIR Complex, Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi-110012 so as to reach on or before 13.04.2009 (20.04.2009 for remote areas).

Online applications with out hard copy or bank challan receipt or incomplete in any respect will be summarily rejected. Before applying Online, candidates are advised to go through detailed notification available at CSIR, HRDG website.

Examination fee paid along with the Information Bulletin or through Bank Challan for a particular examination will neither be adjusted for any subsequent examination nor refunded under any circumstances. Similarly, candidates should also check all the column of Bank Challan, online application, which are to be filled in properly to avoid cancellation of application, Please note that Fee submitted any other mode like money order, demand draft, IPO etc. will be summarily rejected.

Date of close of sale of Information Bulletin by post only 30.03.2009

Date of close of sale of Information Bulletin by cash at all branches/ stations


Date of close of On-Line submission and deposit of fee (at All stations)

Date of Examination

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Ph.D Admission For July, 2009 - PGIMER, Chandigarh

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research Chandigarh

Admission Notice For Ph.D
July 2009

Prospectus Price: For General Candidates: Rs. 500/-
For SC/ST Candidates Rs. 400/-

Important Dates:

Last date for receipt of application:

Tentative Date for Entrance Test:


Medical Qualification: MBBS with minimum 55% aggregate marks or MD/MS in the subject concerned or diploma of national board of examination. The candidates who have made more than one attempt during their MBBS/MD/MS course are not eligible. However, those belonging to Scheduled castes/Tribes with up-to two attempts in their MBBS/MD/MS course will be eligible. A “Failure” in the examination”, compartment” or “Re-appear” in the examination will constitute an attempt Candidates who have obtained MBBS/MD/MS degree from Medical Colleges which are not recognized by the Medical Council of India are not eligible to apply.

Eligibility for non Medical/Social Behavioral sciences
The candidates with the following qualifications will be eligible:- a The candidates who have passed M.Sc. /M.A. or its equivalent examination with atleast 60% marks in the subjects mentioned below: from the colleges/Institutes recognized by the UGC/ Panjab University are eligible.


b Have qualified NET examination (with fellowship only) conducted by UGC, Junior research Fellowship (JRF) Examination conducted by ICMR/CSIR etc (within two years only). Attested copy of the result must be attached. If the candidate fails to produce the proof of his/her eligibility as per above qualification before one week of the entrance examination, his /her candidature will not be considered and entire responsibility for the same will lie on the candidate.

A degree of Master of Sciences (M.Sc.) or Master in Veterinary science (M.Sc.) or M.Sc. (Laboratory Technology) or M.Sc. (Speech & Hearing) in subjects allied to Medical Sciences such as Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Human Biology, Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Immunology, Life Sciences including Botany, Zoology, Genetics, Cell Biology, Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Organic Chemistry, Anthropology.

Social Behavioral Sciences
The candidates with the following subjects are eligible for Social Behavioral sciences. Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology, Social work, Nursing, Nutrition, Child development.

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Admission to Post-Doctoral (DM, MCh), Postgraduate (MD, MS), MDS/House Job (Oral Health Sciences), MHA courses For July, 2009 - PGIMER

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh

Admission to Post-Doctoral (DM, MCh), Postgraduate (MD, MS), MDS/House Job (Oral Health Sciences), MHA courses For July, 2009

MD/MS Price : General, OBC, OPH : Rs. 500.00
SC/ST : Rs. 400.00 (Prospectus)

DM/MCh Price for all category : Rs. 500.00 (Prospectus)

Last Date of Receipt of Application : 20.04.2009


House Job (OHS) 02.06.2009 (TUESDAY)

MD/MS 13.06.2009 (SATURDAY)

DM/M.Ch, MHA 23.06.2009 (TUESDAY)

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B.Tech (IT) 2009-10, HPU-Shimla

Himachal Pradesh University
University Institute of Information Technology
Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Bhavan, HPU, Summerhill, Shimla 171005.

Admission Notice For B.Tech (IT)

Important Dates

Last date for receipt of application form in the office of University Institute of Information Technology, Himachal Pradesh University, Summerhill, Shimla 171 005. 30-05-09

Date of Entrance Examination 28-06-09

Date of Declaration of result 03-07-09

Date of First Counselling and depositing fee for Fresh Entry Candidates 20-07-09

Date of Counselling and depositing fee for Lateral Entry Candidates 01-08-09

Classes i.e. course will commence on 05-08-09

Examination Centres

There will be four examination centres for the Entrance Test, two in Himachal Pradesh and two outside H.P.

H.P Shimla, Dharamshala

Outside H.P Chandigarh, Delhi

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The price of the prospectus for the 2009-2010 session is Rs. 1000 only

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Thursday, March 26, 2009

ICMR's JRF Notification 2009

Indian Council of Medical Research
Ramalingaswami Bhawan, Ansari Nagar,
Post Box 4911, New Delhi-110029

Test For ICMR's Junior Research Fellowship

Notification 2009

ICMR in collaboration with PGIMER, Chandigarh will hold a National Level Examination for the award of Junior Research Fellowships (JRF), for Indian national candidates at Chandigarh, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata Mumbai , Hyderabad & Guwahati on Sunday, July 12th, 2009.

A total of 150 Fellowships would be awarded; 120 fellowships awarded in Life Sciences stream (like Microbiology, Physiology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Human Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biophysics, Immunology, Pharmacology, Zoology, Environmental Sciences, Botany, Veterinary Sciences etc), and thirty (30) fellowships in social sciences stream (like Psychology, Sociology, Home Science, Statistics, Anthropology, Social work & Health Economics).

Application form duly completed must reach the Registrar; Academic Section PGIMER, Chandigarh-160012 by registered/Speed post on or before 29.04.2009. Candidate from remote areas /regions may submit their application forms duly completed latest by 06.05.2009.


M.Sc/M.A or equivalent degree with minimum 55% marks for General/OBC Candidates and 50% for the SC/ST & Physically Handicapped (PH) candidates in the subjects mentioned above. Candidates appearing in the final year examination (2008-2009) can also apply.

Age Limit: The upper age limit for admission to the eligibility test is 28 years as on 30-09-2009 (relaxable up to 5 years in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST/PH/ female candidates and 3 years in the case of OBC.

Information bulletin containing the application form and other details will be available at PGIMER Website http:// and ICMR New Delhi Website : . The candidates may apply in the downloaded form together with requisite fee by demand draft in the name of DIRECTOR, PGIMER, Chandigarh. The prescribed application from along with Information Brochure will also be available on cash payment (Not by Cheque or money order) from the office of Registrar, Academic Section,PGIMER,Chandigarh-160012 at the counter & ICMR, New Delhi from 30.03.2009 on payment of Rs. 500/- for General & OBC and Rs. 300/- for SC/ST/PH from 10.30AM to 12.30PM and from 2.30PM to 3.30 PM on all working days except Saturdays (On Saturday forms will be available at PGIMER, Chandigarh only from 10.30 AM to 12.30 PM) or by post for which request (inscribed on the envelope “Application form ICMR-JRF Exam -2009 must be accompanied with a self addressed thick envelope of size 8” x10” bearing Postage stamp of Rs. 30/- and requisite Bank draft. The Bank draft should be preferably from any SBI Branch payable at SBI Medical Institute Branch (Code No. 1524), Chandigarh (for General & OBC Rs. 500/- and Rs. 300/- for SC/ST/PH) drawn in favour of “DIRECTOR,PGIMER, Chandigarh”)

Candidates are advised to preserve photocopy of the Bank draft for further reference. SC/ST/OBC/PH candidates should submit a copy of the certificate from the competent authority in English or Hindi along with bank draft. All disputes relating to the conduct of the examination or any matter connected with this advertisement shall be dealt in the jurisdiction of Delhi Court.

NOTE: No request for supply of form by post will be entertained after 22.04.2009

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research

Sector-12, Chandigarh PIN- 160012, INDIA.
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Ph.D in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics - IISER

Transit Campus: MGSIPAP Complex
Sector 26, Chandigarh160
019, Phone 01722791025,
Fax : 01722790188

Ph.D Admission Notice August 2009

Applications are invited from prospective candidates for admission to the Ph.D Program at IISER Mohali in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics for the academic session beginning August 2009

Minimum Qualifications: High Second class in M.Sc and GATE/NET/JEST qualified.

The last date for receipt of application is April 30, 2009.

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Sample Questions for MCA

Sample Questions for Master of Computer Applications (MCA)


For OCET 2009

1. Which of the following is NOT a language processor?

A) Compiler
B) Loader
C) Interpreter
D) Assembler

2. Which of the following is NOT an Internet protocol?


3 The sequence that is in ascending order in size is

A) bit, word, byte, nibble
B) nibble, byte, bit, word
C) nibble, bit, word, byte
D) bit, nibble, byte, word

4 Total number of ways in which four boys and three girls can sit in a row so that boys and girls have alternate seats is

A) 72
B) 144
C) 288
D) 720

5. If the word MANMOHANWASHERE corresponds to ZOAABVNBJOFVRFR, then the word that corresponds to LRF is


6. (iex-1) dx =

A) ex-1
B) log(1-e-x)
C) log(ex-1)
D) tan-1(e-x)

7. Two persons Ram and Shyam sort the letters at constant rate. Ram sorts L letters in 60 minutes while Shyam takes 30 minutes to sort L letters. The total time taken by both of them in sorting L letters working together but independently is

A) 10 min
B) 20 min
C) 15 min
D) 45 min

8. The remainder obtained on dividing 21680 by 1763 is

A) 1
B) 3
C) 13
D) 31

9. The area bounded by the curve , y= (x+1)2 , its tangent at (1, 4) and the x -axis is

A) 1/3
B) 2/3
C) 1
D) 4/3

10. The median of 25,13,4,6,3,11,15,10 is

A) 4.5
B) 6.0
C) 10.5
D) 5.0

Source: PU (OCET 2009)

Sample Questions for LL.M.

Sample Questions for LL.M.

Objective Type Questions For LLM

For OCET 2009

Part - I: Constitutional Law and Current Affairs

1. The doctrine of “Basic Structure of the Constitution” was propounded by the Supreme Court of India in

A) Shankari Prasad v. Union of India, AIR 1951 SC 458
B) Golaknath v. State of Punjab, AIR 1967 SC 1643
C) Kesavananda v. State of Kerala, AIR 1973 SC 1461
D) Minerva Mills v. Union of India, AIR 1980 SC 1789

2. The President of India may make a proclamation under Article 356 as to the breakdown of constitutional machinery in a State.

A) When he is personally satisfied as to the circumstances.
B) When he is advised by the Prime Minister to do so.
C) When he is advised by the Union Council of Ministers.
D) When he receives a report from the Chief Election Commission.

3. The President of India, in the matters of appointment of Judges of a High Court :

A) Is not obliged to consult any judge of Supreme Court or High Court.
B) Is bound by the advice of the Governor of a State
C) Must give primacy to the opinion of the Chief Justice of India.
D) Is not bound to consult the Chief Justice of India.

4. Right to education has been included in the constitution by

A) 85th Amendment
B) 100th Amendment
C) 87th Amendment
D) 94th Amendment

5. The Constitution (85th Amendment) Bill, which was passed by the Parliament in 1994 provides for

A) Extension of President’s rule in Jammu and Kashmir
B) Setting up of a new JPC
C) 69% reservation to the OBC’ in Tamil Nadu and is to be included in the Ninth Schedule of the Constitution.
D) None of these

6. How many amendments have been carried out in constitution of India.

A) 109
B) 106
C) 99
D) 94

7. The tenure of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly is

A) 5 Years
B) 6 Years
C) 7Years
D) None of the above

8. The attempt to suicide is no more punishable. Which section of the IPC was declared unconstitutional and hence void by the Supreme Court in April, 1994 ?

A) 302
B) 303
C) 304
D) 309

9. The newly elected President of USA Barack Obama belongs to which political party.

A) Republican
B) Democratic.
C) Communist
D) None of the above.

10. Since August 1994, the rupee has been made fully convertible in :

A) The capital account
B) The capital and saving account
C) The saving account
D) The current account

Part– II: Substantive Law

Commercial Law (Law of Contract and Company Law)

1. A contract entered into without ‘Free Consent’ is :

A) Void
B) Voidable
C) Valid
D) Illegal

2. Property insurance is a contract of :

A) Indemnity
B) Contingent contract
C) Wagering agreement
D) Guarantee

3. Creditor, on default by the principal debtor, can file suit against:

A) Secured property
B) Principal debtor alone
C) Surety and principal debtor;
D) All the above jointly.

4. A company is a Government Company only if :

A) All the shares of the company are held by Central or State Government;
B) At least 25% of Shares are held by Central or State Government;
C) Majority of Shares are held by Central or State Government or both;
D) Majority of Directors are appointed by the Central or State Government.

5. Annual general meeting of a company is to be held with a gap between two consecutive meetings of successive years;

A) Of not more than twelve month;
B) Of not more than twenty four months;
C) Of not more than fifteen months;
D) Any time but less than twenty four

Family Law

1. Which of the following is valid marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act. 1955 ?

A) H, a male Hindu aged 35 marries W who is a deserted wife of B, who had filed a suit for divorce and suit is still pending
B) H, a male Hindu aged 36 marries a second wife with the consent of his first wife who has not been able to have a child for the last 10 years
C) H, a Brahmin Male aged 30, marries a Budhist girl aged 18
D) H, an idiot male Hindu aged 27 marries W, a Hindu female Lunatic

2. Which of the following is valid adoption under the Hindu Adoption & Maintenance Act, 1956?

A) H, a male Hindu aged 26 adopts a daughter aged 6
B) H, a male Hindu and his wife adopt a son aged 16
C) H, a male Hindu aged 40 adopted a son aged 5, after his natural born son migrated to the U.S.A.
D) H, a Hindu bachelor aged 25 adopts a son aged 3

3. Which of the following is Hindu under the Hindu Law?

A) A is born of Hindu father and Christian mother and brought up as a Christian months
B) A is born of Hindu father and Budhist mother
C) A is born of Muslim father and Parsi mother’
D) A is born of Christian father and Muslim mother

4. Which of the following relatives will succeed to the Property of H, a Hindu male under the Hindu Succession Act 1956 after his death?

A) Daughter
B) Father
C) Brother
D) Sister

5. Which of the following is SAHI NIKAH (valid marriage) under the Mohammedan Law ?

A) M, a Mohammedan male aged 30 married W, a Muslim woman undergoing Iddat
B) M, a Mohammedan male aged 27, married W, a Muslim woman in a desert, without any witness
C) M, a Mohammedan male aged 35, married his wife’s sister
D) M, a Mohammedan male aged 41, married W, a Muslim female aged 21 as second wife without the consent and against the wishes of his first wife

Law of Torts

1. The defence of Volenti non fit injuria is available in :

A) Rescue cases
B) Help cases
C) Negligence cases
D) Unlawful acts

2. The test of reasonable foreseeability was laid down in :

A) Re Polemis case
B) Donoghue v. Stevenson
C) Rylands v. Fletcher
D) Ashby v. White.

3. There is physical harm to the plaintiff in :

A) Assault
B) Defamation
C) Nervous shock
D) None of these

4. Malice/evil motive is relevant in :

A) Negligence
B) Defamation
C) Vicarious Liability
D) Nuisance

5. Tort is :

A) A wrong against the Society
B) Statutorily defined in the Limitation Act
C) A codified branch of law
D) A civil wrong based on the agreed obligations.

Legal Theory

1. Who observed that International Law is the vanishing point of jurisprudence?

A) Austin
B) Salmond
C) Starke
D) Holland

2. Identify the Jurist who defined Law as “the form of the guarantee of the conditions of life of society, assured by the states’ power of constraint”:

A) Roscoe Pound
B) Holmes
C) Ihering
D) Salmond

3. Realist theory of law emphasises on:

A) Social function of law
B) Human factors in law
C) Social criterion of validity of law
D) Essentiality of law for social life

4. According to Hohfield, the jural opposite of ‘Power’ in the context of his analysis of legal right in the wider sense is :

A) Liability
B) Disability
C) Duty
D) Immunity

5. Possession is said to be ownership on the defensive by :

A) Savingny
B) Salmond
C) Ihering
D) Gray

Public International Law

1. ‘International Law may be defined in broad terms as the body of general principales and specific rules which are binding upon the members of the international community in their mutual relations’

A) Oppenheim
B) Lawrence
C) Brierly
D) Fenwick

2. ‘The duties and rights of the States are only the duties and rights of men who compose them’ :

A) Kelsen
B) Westlake
C) Hall
D) Starke

3. ‘A State is, and becomes an international person, through recognition only and exclusively’:

A) Oppenheim
B) Anzilotti
C) Holland
D) Pitt Corbett

4. “The rebus sic stantibus doctrine is one of the enigmas of International Law” who said

A) Starke
B) Edward Collin
C) Oppenheim
D) Anzilotti.

5. ‘From the theoretical point of view, the provision for applying ‘the General Principles of Law’ has been regarded as sounding the death-knell of positivism’:

A) Lauterpacht
B) C.C.Hyde
C) Starke
D) Triepel

Indian Penal Code

1. P, a Pakistani, fires at A, an Indian, standing on the no-man’s land. A runs and dies on the Indian territory:

A) P has committed no offence
B) P is liable for murder
C) P is liable for culpable homicide
D) P is liable for grievous hurt.

2. With an intention to kill B administers sugar mistaking it for arsenic :

A) P has committed no offence
B) P is liable for attempt to murder
C) P is liable for attempt to culpable homicide
D) P is liable for attempt to grievous hurt

3. P intentionally gives a sword cut to A. A subsequently dies of septic meningitis which developed on account of use of wrong remedies and neglect of treatment:

A) P is liable for murder
B) P is liable for culpable homicide
C) P is liable for grievous hurt
D) P is liable for simple hurt

4. P, a stoutly built man comes with a lathi in his hand. P picks up the bag of A who being weak person does not resist :

A) P is liable for theft
B) P is liable for robbery
C) P is liable for extortion
D) None of the above

5. P threatens A with a pistol and puts his hand in A’s pocket which is empty :

A) P has committed no offence
B) P is liable for attempt to theft
C) P is liable for attempt to robbery
D) P is liable for attempt to extortion

Transfer of Property Act

1. Which of the following is a non-transferable property under the T.P.Act:

A) Actionable claim
B) Mortgagor’s right to redeem
C) Lessee’s right under the lease
D) Right of an occupancy tenant

2. The Supreme Court has held, that the rule of lis pendens equally applies to involuntary transfers, in the case of

A) Kedar Nath Vs. Sheo Narain AIR 1970 S.C. 1717
B) Narayana Rao Vs. Basavarajappa AIR 1956 S.C.727
C) Vidhyadhar Krishnarao Mungi Vs. Usman Gani Saheb AIR 1974 S.C.685
D) Beepathuma Vs. Velasari Shankra- Narayana Kadambolithaya AIR 1965 S.C.241

3. Where a mortgagor personally binds himself to repay; the mortgage money by a certain date and possession of the property is delivered to the Mortgagee, the mortgage shall be recognised as :

A) Simple mortgage
B) English mortgage
C) Usufructuary mortgage
D) Anomalous mortgage

4. The Transfer of Property Act applies to transfers :

A) By operation of Law
B) By act of parties
C) By the Government
D) By parties who are muslims

5. The rule that every transaction involving transfer of property is to be treated as single unit is the basis of

A) The rule of apportionment
B) The rule of lis pendens
C) The rule of election
D) The rule of contribution

Industrial Disputes Act

1. The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 aims at :

A) Providing social security benefits to the workmen
B) Regulating conditions of work in industries
C) Investigation and settlement of industrial disputes
D) Regulating the employment of women during certain periods

2. Retrenchment means :

A) Refusal by an employer to continue to employ a workman
B) Termination by the employer of the service of a workman for any reason whatsoever
C) Inability on the part of employer to provide employment to the workman
D) Voluntary retirement of a workman

3. The power of the Appropriate Government under Section 10 to refer industrial disputes for adjudication is :

A) An administrative power
B) Legislative power
C) Judicial power
D) Quasi-judicial power

4. Lockout is :

A) For trade reasons
B) An act on the part of employer taken to coerce or pressurise the labour
C) Not an intentional act
D) Not concerned with industrial dispute

5. Strike means :

A) Mere cessation of work
B) Cessation of work under common understanding
C) Cessation of work coupled with gherao of management
D) Slowing down production

Source: Panjab University (OCET 2009)

Sample Questions for LL.B

Sample Questions for LL.B.


Part – I: Legal Aptitude, General Awareness & Knowledge of English

1. A court is a duly authorized place where

A) Advocates plead their cases
B) Justice is administrated
C) Litigants assemble
D) Judge sits

2. Parole is

A) A conditional release from prison for a specific purpose and period
B) A temporary confinement in jail
C) In order of the higher count converting the death sentence into life imprisonment
D) Final release of a person from jail on account of his good conduct before the
expiry of his full term of imprisonment

3. The President of India is

A) Directly elected by the people
B) Indirectly elected through an electoral college
C) Indirectly elected by the members State Legislatures
D) Indirectly elected by the members of Parliament

4. Chanakya helped in the consideration of the empire of

A) Ashoka
B) Chandragupta
C) Kanishka
D) Mauryas

5. Which is the most basic to all Hindu philosophy

A) The idea of worship
B) The idea of synthesis
C) The concept of Maya
D) None of the above

6. Atmosphere is held to the earth by

A) Gravitational attraction
B) Morning Air
C) Revolution of earth
D) Exotic streams

7. Which group of countries awards the Nobel Prize

A) UK, France, Germany
B) Sweden, Finland, Norway
C) USA, Canada, Brazil
D) Switzerland, Russia, Holland

8. In human body, the quantity of water is about

A) 80%
B) 40%
C) 65%
D) 50%

9. The latest video data storage and entertainment technology is

D) None of the above

10. The non-congress Prime Minister with longest tenure has been

A) Sh. Morarji Desai
B) Sh. Atal Behari Vajpayee
C) Sh. Deva Gowda
D) Sh. I. K. Gujral

11. Complete the sentence with the correct Preposition I am desirous ………. Going
home now.

A) To
B) of
C) With
D) on

12. “at the eleventh our” means

(A) Jestifiable
(B) at the last moment
(C) late at night
(B) Early in the morning

13. Choose the correct spelling:

A) Jestifiable
B) Justifibale
C) Justifiable
D) Justifable

14. What does the following phrase mean? The apple of the eye:

A) the choicest food
B) a bad apple
C) a favoured person
D) An eye infection

15. Choose the correct meaning of: Celebrity

A) Famous
B) Tall
C) Short
D) Stout

Part– II: Writing & Communication Skill with Legal Aptitude

I. Write an Essay in (about 250 words) on one of the following :

A) Nuclear deal between Indo & USA
B) Human Rights
C) Socialism

I. Read the Comprehensive passage below and answer the questions at the end of the passage:

Knowledge is power, but what is power? A basic distinction can be drawn between behavioural power …. The ability to obtain outcomes you want ….. and resource power … the possession of resources that are usually associated with the ability to reach outcomes you want. Behavioural power, in turn, can be divided into hard and soft power. Hard power is the ability to get others to do what they otherwise would do through threats or rewards. Whether by economic carrots or military sticks, the ability to coax or coerce has long been the central element of power. As we pointed out two decades ago, the ability of the less vulnerable to manipulate or escape the constraints of an interdependent relationship at low cost is an important source of power. For example in 1971 the United States halted the convertibility of dollars into gold and increased its influence over the international monetary system. In 1973, Arab states temporarily gained power from an oil embargo.

1. What do the writers of the passage seek to explain?
2. What are the writers trying to differentiate between?
3. What do ‘economic carrots’ relate to?
4. What does the possession of natural resources like petroleum provide a country with?
5. Why have the authors refer to an earlier publications?

III. Write 30 words on any two of the following :

1. Right to Information
2. Parliamentary Democracy
3. Plea Bargaining
4. Multinational Corporation

OCET 2009


Admission Notice For OCET 2009

Other Common Entrance Test 2009

OCET Last date To Apply : 22th April, 2009

Entrance Test (O-CET-2009) for admission to: LL.B.; LL.M.; M.C.A.; M.A. (English); Journalism; M.Tech. (Microelectronics, Instrumentation, Nanoscience); M.E. (Electronics & Communication Engg., Information Technology and Computer Sc. & Engg.); M.B.A. (Executive); M.Com. (E-Comm.); M.P.Ed.; B.P.Ed.; M.Sc. (Hons School) (Biochemistry, Biophysics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Botany Chemistry, Physics, Physics and Electronic, Zoology, Microbial-Biotechnology); M.Sc. (2 Year course) (System Biology and Bio-informatics, Environment Science, Human Genomics, Nuclear Medicine, in the concerned Departments of P.U. Chandigarh and its Regional Centres at (i) Ludhiana (LL.B. only); (ii) Hoshiarpur (LL.B. & MCA only ) and (iii) Muktsar (LL.B. & MCA only) and

Master of Business Economics at DAV, SGGS, GGDSD Colleges at Chandigarh, Guru Nanak Girls College (Model Town) Ludhiana and Arya College Ludhiana; MBACIT at MTSM College for Women, Ludhiana; M.C.A. and M.E.F.B. at GGDSD College, Sector-32, Chandigarh M.Sc. (2 Yr. courses) in (i) Chemistry at S. Govt. College of Sc. Education & Research, Jagraon (Ludhiana); DAV College, Abohar; SGGS Kh. College, Mahilpur; DAV College, Chandigarh, JCDAV College, Dasuya and Guru Nanak Girls College M.T. Ludhiana (ii) Physics at DAV College, Abohar; JCDAV College, Dasuya, Guru Nanak Girls College M.T. Ludhiana and SGGS Khalsa College, Mahilpur (iii) Zoology at DAV College, Abohar; DAV College, Chandigarh; JCDAV College, Dasuya; GCG Sector 42, Chandigarh, (iv) Botany at S. Govt. College of Sci. Education & Research, Jagraon (Ludhiana) (v) Biotechnology at DAV, SGGS, GGDSD Colleges at Chandigarh, DAV College, Abohar (vi) Bioinformatics at DAV, GGDSD, SGGS Colleges at Chandigarh, will be held from 30th May to 2nd June, 2009 at Chandigarh Centres only.

Prospectus including application forms are available for sale from March 26, 2009 on payment of Rs. 1400/- (Rs. 700/- for SC/ST Category) in the Post Offices at Chandigarh (Sector . 14, 17, 36 and 47), Amritsar (Court Road, Head Post Office), Abohar (Old Court Road), Delhi (Gole Post Office, Cannaught Place), Dharamshala (The Mall), Hoshiarpur (Near District Courts), Kurukshetra (Near Railway Station), Ludhiana (Bharat Nagar Chowk), Mohali (Phase-I), Muktsar (Head Post Office), Panchkula (Sector-8), Sangrur (Head Post Office, Near Ghantaghar), Shimla (The Mall).

Form can also be had by post from the Manager Publication Bureau, P.U. Chandigarh on payment of Rs. 1480/- (General Category) (Rs. 780/- for SC/ST Category) through Bank Draft only drawn in favour of the Registrar, P.U. Chandigarh, payable at Chandigarh only.

Last date for receipt of completed Application Form (both by post or by hand) at CET Cell, Aruna Ranjit Chandra Hall (Near Post Office) P.U. Chandigarh-160014, is April 22, 2009 upto 4:00 p.m. After this form can be submitted upto 07.05.2009 with late fee of Rs.1000/- .

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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

M.Tech Programme in Petroleum Engineering 2009 - PDPU

Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU)

Admission Announcement-2009-10

M.Tech Programme in Petroleum Engineering

Applications are invited for admission for 2 Year M.Tech Programme commencing in July 2009.

Eligibility and Admission Criteria for Applicants

• Have a B.Tech degree in Petroleum/Mechanical/Chemical/ Electrical & Electronics / Instrumentation & Control Engineering with minimum CPI of 6.5 or 60% marks.
• have a valid GATE score at the time of admission.
• Sponsored Candidate from related industries with valid qualification.

How To Apply: For Application Form Visit:

Application fee for M.Tech is Rs. 2000/- to be sent by Registered or Speed post/courier in the form of a Demand Draft in Favour of “Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University” Payable at Ahmedabad.

Last Date for receiving completed Application Form : 28th May, 2009

Contact Address:-
M.Tech Admission 2009

Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU)
School of Petroleum Technology
Raisan, Gandhinagar 382 007, Gujarat, India
Ph.: +91-79-23275060
Fax: +91-79-23275030

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4 Year B.Tech Programme in Petroleum Engineering - PDPU

Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU)

Admission Announcement-2009-10

4 Year B.Tech Programme in Petroleum Engineering

Applications are invited for admission for 4 Year B.Tech Programme commencing in July 2009.

Eligibility and Admission Criteria for Applicants

• have a minimum academic qualification of 10+2 or its equivalent with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
• should appear in AIEEE 2009 examination being conducted by CBSE on 26th April, 2009.
• submit a separate application to School of Petroleum Technology in the prescribed Application Form.

How To Apply:

A candidate will have to apply in the prescribed School of Petroleum Technology Application Form. The Application Form will be made available through the following channels:

• At the selected branches of Axis Bank (Formerly UTI Bank) as given below, by paying Rs.1000/-
• Sending a demand draft of Rs. 1000/- in favour of “Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University” Payable at Ahmedabad.

Important Dates

Sale of Application Form Commences on 25th March, 2009
Closes on 11th May, 2009
Last Date for receiving completed Application Form 14th May, 2009


Hyderabad Jublee Hills Kakinada Suryaraopeta Rajahmundry Vyagram Road Secunderabad R P Road Vijayawada Benz Circle Vishakhapatnam Old Gajuwaka Warangal Chowrastra ASSAM Guwahati G.s. Road BIHAR Patna S P Verma Road CHANDIGARH Chandigarh Sector - 35 B CHATTISGARH Bhilai Supela Chock Raipur Pandri DAMAN Daman Teen Batti NEW DELHI Ashok Vihar, Greenpark, Greter Kailash, Karol Bagh, Malavia Naagar, Mayur Vihar, Paschim Vihar, Vasant Kunj GOA Panjim, Goa Borkar Road GUJARAT Ahmedabad Vastrapur Gandhidham Sector 12-b Gandhinagar Sector 16 Mehsana Highway Road Nadiad College Road Patan Shridev Complex Rajkot Kalawad Road Surat Ghod Dod Road Vadodara Vardhman Complex HARYANA Ambala Ambala Cantt Faridabad Ballabhgarh Gurgaon Huda Hissar Commercial Urban Estate No. 1 Rohtak Munjal Complex HIMACHAL PRADESH Baddi Fauji Complex Shimla Kasumpti JAMMU & KASHMIR Jammu High Land Tower JHARKHAND Bokaro Bokaro Steel City Dhanbad Shri Ram Plaza Jamshedpur Bistupur Ranchi Albert Ekka Chowk KARNATAKA Bangalore Jayanagar Belgaum Tilakwadi Manglore Essel Tower Mysore V V Mohalla KERALA Cochin (kochi) Rajaji Road Thiruvanthapuram Condor Building MADHYA PRADESH Bhopal M P Nagar Gwalior Kanwal Complex Indore Yeswant Niwad Road Jabalpur Shastri Bridge Chowk Ratlam Ratlam Ujjain Devas Road MAHARASHTRA Mumbai Andheri, Chembur, New Marin Lines, Powai Nagpur Jhansi Rani Square Nashik Sharanpur Road Pune Kothrud Satara G D Tapase Marg MEGHALAYA Shilong Jail Road MIZORAM Aizwal Chanmari NAGALAND Dimapur Near City Tower KOHIMA Kohima ORISSA Bhubaneshwar Satyanagar Cuttack Badambadi Square Sambalpur V S S Marg PUNJAB Amritsar Court Road Batinda The Mall Ludhiana Surya Towers Mohali Sas Nagar Patiala The Mall Road RAJASTHAN Ajmer Kutchery Road Bhilwara Pur Road Jaipur Ashok Marg Jodhpur Chopasani Road Kota Shopping Centre Sriganganagar Jawahar Nagar Udaipur Chetak Marg TAMILNADU Chennai Shashtri Nagar Madurai Good Shed Street UTTAR PRADESH Agra Sanjay Place Allahabad M G Marg Kanpur Phool Bagh Lucknow Ashok Marg Meerut Gandhidham Noida Sector-16 Varanasi Shashtri Nagar UTTARAKHAND Dehradun Rajpur Road Roorkee Civil Lines WEST BENGAL Haldia Basudevpur Howrah Salkia Kolkata Golpark, Salt Lake City Siliguri Sevoke Road

Contact Address
B.Tech Admission 2009
Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU)
School of Petroleum Technology
Raisan, Gandhinagar 382 007, Gujarat, India
Ph.: +91-79-23275060
Fax: +91-79-23275030

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Short Term Course In Tally, Basics of Computers, Smart Accountant

Government ITI
Phase V (Near Water Tank), Mohali

Admission Notice

For Boys & Girls

For Short Term Course In

Basics of Computers - 100 hours
Tally - 100 hours
Smart Accountant - 300 hours

To be jointly run by

IMC, ITI (w) Mohali & ICFe

Minimum Xth (Matric)

Last date of Application: 03-04-2009
Date of Admission: 07-04-2009

For Further details, Contact
ITI Mohali: 9915135400
ICFe: 9815439006

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

SLIET Entrance Test (SET) - 2009

Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Longowal

SLIET Entrance Test (SET) - 2009


Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering & Technology (SLIET) is a Deemed-to-be-University and a national level institute established by Government of India through Ministry of Human Resource Development. The Institute offers unique modular pattern of education in various branches of Engineering & Technology. The study programmes include various courses at Certificate, Diploma, Degree, M.Tech. & Ph.D. levels. There is a provision for Certificate student to enter to Diploma and Diploma student to Degree Programme. Details are also available on the institute website Applications on prescribed form are invited for admission to various programmes at Certificate, Diploma, Degree and M. Tech. level through a National Level Test to be conducted on June 6, 2009 at all major cities of the country.


1. Certificate Programmes (2 years Duration):

(1) Servicing & Maintenance of Electronics Instruments;
(2) Computer Applications;
(3) Food Technology;
(4) Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration;
(5) Foundry & Forging;
(6) Tool & Die Technology;
(7) Auto & Farm Machinery;
(8) Welding Technology;
(9) Servicing & Maintenance of Medical Instruments;
(10) Maintenance of Television;
(11) Maintenance of Electrical Equipments;
(12) Paper & Printing Technology

Eligibility: 10th Pass (with pass in Science, Mathematics and English) from a State Secondary Education Board/CBSE/ICSE or equivalent.

2. Diploma Programmes (2 years Duration):

(1) Chemical Technology;
(2) Computer Science & Engineering;
(3) Computer Science & Applications;
(4) Electronics & Communication Engineering;
(5) Food Technology;
(6) Foundry Technology
(7) Instrumentation & Process Control;
(8) Industrial & Production Engineering;
(9) Maintenance & Plant Engineering;
(10) Welding Technology

Eligibility: 10+2 Pass (with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) from recognized Board/University or equivalent or Certificate Holder of SLIET.

3. Degree Programmes (3 years Duration):

(1) Chemical Engineering (Polymer Technology)
(2) Chemical Engineering
(3) Computer Science & Engineering;
(4) Electronics & Communication Engineering;
(5) Food Technology;
(6) Instrumentation & Control Engineering;
(7) Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing Engineering);
(8) Mechanical Engineering (Welding Technology);
(9) Information Technology

Eligibility: Diploma Holder from SLIET or from other Polytechnics affiliated with any State Board of Technical Education.

M.Tech. Programmes: (2 years Duration):

(1) Manufacturing Systems Engineering;
(2) Food Engineering & Technology;
(3) Instrumentation & Control Engineering;
(4) Polymer
(5) Electronics & Communication Engineering
(6) Mechanical Engineering (Specialization in Welding and Fabrication)
(7) Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Eligibility: Bachelor Degree in Engineering/Technology in the concerned/allied branch or equivalent.

Note: Candidates who are appearing in the qualifying examination can also apply.

RESERVATION OT SEATS: Seats are reserved for various categories as mentioned below

1. (a) Certificate Programmes: (i) Punjab State 75%

(ii) Other States & U.Ts 25%

(b) Diploma Programmes: (i) Punjab State 50%

(ii) Other States & U.Ts 50%

(c) Degree Programmes: Open at All India Level.

(d) M. Tech. Programmes: Open at All India Level.

2. Statutory Reservations (in all above programmes): 15% for Schedule Castes, 7.5% for Schedule Tribes and 3% for Physically Handicapped.

3. NRI/NRI Sponsored*:
10% in Diploma and Degree programmes (over and above the sanctioned seats)

*Latest instructions of Government of India shall apply at the time of admission against this category.

APPLICATION FORM AND EXAMINATION FEE: The Information Brochure containing information about the Institute, syllabi for Entrance Test for different programmes and application form for Entrance Test is available from March 27, 2009 at SLIET, Longowal (Distt.Sangrur)-148106, Punjab, on payment of Rs.325/- at the Institute's counter or through post by sending a Bank Draft of Rs.350/- in favour of Director, SLIET, payable at Longowal/Sangrur. The complete application form along with examination fee (in the form of DD or cash receipt) of Rs.500/- (Rs.250/- for SC/ST) should be sent to the Chairman, SET-2009, Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering & Technology, Longowal-148106, Distt.Sangrur (Punjab) on or before May, 07, 2009

Information Brochure shall also be available at the following places by Cash payment of Rs. 340/- only, from March 30, 2009

1. DAV College, Bibi Wala Road, Bathinda
2. YMCA Institute of Engineering, Sector 6, Faridbad
3. Shaheed Bhagat Singh College of Engg. & Tech., Ferozepur
4. Govt. Boys Senior Secondary School, Hamirpur
5. DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar
6. Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana
7. Multani Mal Modi College, Lower Mall, Patiala
8. The Directorate of Technical Education & Indl. Training Pb., Plot No.1, Sector 36-A, Chandigarh
9. National Institute of TechnoLogy, Kurukshetra
10. Beant College of Engineering & Technology, Gurdaspur
11. Madan Mohan Malviya Engineering College, Gorakhpur
12. B.A.V. inter College, Subash Bazar, Meerut
13. Patna Science College, Ashok Raj Path, Patna
14. Bal Vidya Mandir Sr. Secondary School, Char Bag, Lucknow

Contact: Telephone No.01672-280072, 305135, 305136
Fax No.01672-280072, 280059, 280057


Under this scheme of the Govt. of India 25 seats are available in Diploma (12 Seats) and Certificate (13 seats) programmes for persons having more than 40% disability. Candidates who get admission under this scheme are given free education, hostel facilities, scholarships, books, uniform allowances as per limits of this scheme. Interested candidates may apply on the prescribed form (available free of cost). Such candidates shall have to appear for SLIET Entrance Test - 2009 (SET-I for Certificate & SET-II for Diploma) to be held at different centres across the country.

For more details and free application form candidates can contact/write: Project Co-ordinator, PWD Scheme, Library Block, SLIET,Longowal-148 106(Phone:01672-305204,

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