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Thursday, December 23, 2010

MDS Admission Notice 2011 - Amrita School of Dentistry

Amrita School of Dentistry
Offering Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral Programs in Dentistry

MDS Admission Notice 2011

Date of Examination April 9, 2011 (Saturday)


Only those candidates who did not cross the age of 30 years as on 31 December 2011 are eligible to apply. Date of birth as recorded in the 10th standard / school leaving certificate will be taken as authentic.

A candidate, who holds BDS degree from a recognized Dental college and has obtained registration from any of the state Dental Council, shall be eligible to appear for this examination.

Failure to produce Registration certificate as above may lead to cancellation of admission and in such an event the candidate will be responsible to pay the Institution all the losses the Institution may suffer on account of such cancellation

"Prospectus and Application forms will be available from the branches of Dhanalaxmi Bank and Federal Bank from 28 February 2011".

Cost of application form : Rs. 1500/-

From the Office by Speed post/Courier : Rs. 1570/-

Download from the site and submit along with a DD for Rs. 1500/-


Application can be downloaded or submitted ONLINE ( after 28th of February 2011

Requests for applications may be sent to:

Office of Admissions,
Amrita Health Sciences Campus,
AIMS Ponekkara,
Kochi, Kerala - 682 041.
Phone:0484-285 8036 / 8037 / 5651
Fax: 0484-280 2020 / 2051

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Directions: Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow


On clear moonless evenings when it is completely dark, you can sometimes see a faint glow from the horizon. It is called the zodiacal light as it runs along the zodiac, the constellation through which the planets appear to travel. This glow is sunlight, reflected off dust particles in the solar system it is brightest near the sun, so it is best visible after sunset or before dawn, when the sun is just far enough below the horizon to leave the sky completely dark.

1. According to this passage the zodiac is a________

a. Collection of sun signs
b. Constellation
c. Star
d. Planet

2. The zodiacal light can be seen only on_____

a. Moonless nights
b. Starry Nights
c. Moonless evenings
d. Alternate days

Directions: Choose the best word from the given options to complete the sentence.

1. Passing gravy through a ________removes lumps.

a. Mixture
b. Sieve
c. Tap
d. Cap

2. The politician’s poor behaviour was overlooked because of his ________.

a. Selfishness
b. Reluctance
c. Resistance
d. Charisma

3. The latest novel in the series opened with a _________ of the previous books.

a. Syntax
b. Signage
c. Symphony
d. Synopsis

4. Salt is a __________ ingredient in the preparation of any type of food.

a. Indicative
b. Cheerful
c. Outstanding
d. Vital


Directions: Each of the questions below is followed by two statements, labeled (1) and (2), in which certain data are given. In these questions you do not actually have to compute an answer, but rather you have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the questions. Using the data given in the statements plus your knowledge of mathematics and everyday facts (such as the number of days in a month), you are to blacken the box on the answer sheet under:

A. If statements (1) ALONE is sufficient but Statement (2) alone is not sufficient to answer the question asked.

B. If statement (2) ALONE is sufficient but statement (1) alone is not sufficient to answer the question asked.

C. If BOTH statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are sufficient to answer the question asked, but NIETHER statement ALONE is sufficient.

D. If EACH statement is sufficient by itself to answer the question asked.

E. If statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient to answer the question asked and additional data specific to the problem are needed.

1. How much did Seema weigh before she started dieting?

1. She now weighs 63 kilos
2. Seema lost 9 kilos

2. If x and y are numbers, which weighs more: x blue marbles or y red marbles?

1. x = 5 y
2. Red marbles weigh 1 gram each

3. Are there more than 200 pages in the book?

1. John reads at 7 pages an hour
2. There are 500 pictures in the book with at least one picture per page

Directions: read the problem statements give below and choose the answer that best fits as a solution.

1) A & B invested RS 2000 & RS 5000. So if there is a profit of RS 28000 what is A’s share if they share the profits in the ratio 2:5?

a) 4000
b) 5000
c) 8000
d) 7000

2) If apples are bought at 11 for RS 10 & sold at 10 for RS 11, how much will be the gain %?

a) 5%
b) 4%
c) 3%
d) 2%

3) Viral can do a piece of work in 10 days & Raja in 15days. If both of them work together how long will it take to finish the work?

a) 6days
b) 5days
c) 7days
d) 8days

MBA Admission 2011-2013 - NIT, Tiruchirappalli

National Institute of Technology
Tanjore Main Road,
National Highway 67,
Tiruchirappalli - 620015,
Tamil Nadu, India

MBA Admission Notice 2011 - 13


A recognized university degree in any discipline.
Candidates should have appeared the CAT exam during the year of admission.
Candidates appearing for their final year degree examination are also eligible.

The applicants will be shortlisted based on CAT 2010 score.

Obtaining of Demand Draft (Pre-Requisite):
You have to provide certain details from the Demand Draft at the time of online registration. Therefore, you must have the Demand Draft ready before filling up the Registration Form. You are required to obtain a Demand Draft for Rs.1200/- for OPEN and OBC category or Rs.420 for SC/ST category drawn in favour of 'The Director, National Institute Of Technology, Tiruchirappalli-15' payable at State Bank of India(branch code:1617). This along with the filled in application form is to be sent to the address given below. Applications submitted without the details of the Demand Draft will not be accepted.

Important Dates:

Last date for submitting the application form online : February 4, 2011

Last date for receiving the application form along with DD by post : February 11, 2011

For more details, visit:

MS & PhD Admission (2010-11) - NIT, Tiruchirappalli

National Institute of Technology
Tanjore Main Road,
National Highway 67,
Tiruchirappalli - 620015,
Tamil Nadu, India

Applications are invited for the following Research Programmes Ph.D. and M.S.(By Research) in the academic year 2010-2011 (January Session).

M.S.(by Research) Programme (Full Time)

Eligibility – Bachelor’s Degree in appropriate Branch of Engineering with valid GATE score

Ph.D. Programme (Full Time)

Eligibility – Master’s Degree in Engineering / Sciences / Humanities (English) / Management / Computer Applications.

Candidates can download the application form and details from our website Downloaded and filled in applications should be accompanied by Registration fee of Rs.200/- (Rs.100/- for SC/ST Candidates) by means of Demand Draft drawn not earlier than 16-12-2010 and in favour of “DIRECTOR, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, TIRUCHIRAPPALLI-620015” payable at State Bank of India, NIT Branch (Code 1617) Tiruchirappalli. The candidates are requested to write their names and the programme to which they are applying on the reverse side of the draft. The application forms, with necessary enclosures, should reach the Dean (Academic), National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli – 620 015 by 03-01-2011.

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