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Monday, February 14, 2011

Jamia Hamdard, Admission Notice 2011 - MBA and Other Courses

Jamia Hamdard
Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi

Admission Notice 2011

Applications are invited for the following courses for the session 2011 - 2012

MBA (Pharmaceutical Management)
MBA (Health and Hospital Management)

MBA Admission criteria "Score of MAT + GD / Interview Conducted by Jamia Hamdard"

Last date for receipt of applications for MBA: 15th March 2011

Other Programmes PG, UG, Diploma and Certificates programmes in Science, Pharmacy, Allied Health Sciences, Unani Medicine, Nursing, Information Technology & Management, Islamic Studies and Social Sciences

Last date for receipt of applications for other programmes: 30th March 2011

With late fee: 15th April 2011

For more details, visit:

PGDM (Part-Time) Admission 2011 - IMT, Ghaziabad

Institute of Management Technology
Raj Nagar
Post Box No. 137
Ghaziabad 201001, India
Mob: 09818116551, 09810214551, 09910907229
Tel: +91-120-3002306, 3002221
Email :

PGDM (Part-Time) Admission 2011


The candidate should have Bachelor's Degree in any discipline & 2 years of work experience after graduation (one year in case of Post –Graduation or those with professional qualification).

Application Procedure

Application Form can be obtained from IMT Admissions office against a Cash Payment of Rs. 1750/- or By Post with Demand Draft in favor of "Institute of Management Technology" payable at Ghaziabad or Delhi.

Admission Procedure

A written aptitude test followed by personal interview. The aptitude test will be conducted at IMT Ghaziabad campus.

Last date of issue/submission of completed Application Form : March 31, 2011
Date of Aptitude Test : Forenoon May 15, 2011 (Sunday)
Personal Interview : Afternoon May 15, 2011 (Sunday)

Application Form can also be downloaded from the website

PGDM (Executive) Programme 2011 - IMT Ghaziabad

Institute of Management Technology

PGDM (Executive) Programme, approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Govt. of India, is a full-time, residential 15-months programme (12 months on campus and 3 months field based dissertation).

Applications are invited for Admission to the Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Executive) Programme for the 2011 batch.


Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate. Minimum 5 years of work experience after graduation at Executive / Managerial level as on 30 June 2011 is required. Company-sponsored candidates will be preferred.

Application Procedure

Application Form can be obtained from IMT Admissions Office against a cash payment of Rs. 1750/- or by post with Demand Draft of Rs. 1750/- in favour of "Institute of Management Technology" payable at Ghaziabad or Delhi.

Important Dates

Last date for submission of completed Application Form: March 31, 2011

Date of Entrance Test : Forenoon May 8, 2011 (Sunday)

Personal Interview : Afternoon May 8, 2011 (Sunday)

Test and Personal Interview centres : Ghaziabad, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Mumbai

Application Form can also be downloaded from the website

M.Sc, M.P.Ed, M.Phil, MA, M.Ed, MBA, M.Com, M.LISc PG Courses Admission 2011 - 12, Madurai Kamaraj University

Madurai Kamaraj University
(University with Potential for Excellence

Applications are invited for admission to the following courses offered by this University for the academic year 2011-2012.

Category-A (Admission based on Entrance Test marks only)

1. M.Sc. Mathematics
2. M.Sc. Physics
3. M.Sc. Chemistry
4. M.Sc. Computer Science
5. M.Sc. Geography
6. M.Sc. Environmental Sciences
7. M.P.Ed. (NCTE Approved) ( In addition to the Entrance Test, Practical Exam. & Viva- Voce will be conducted on the Same day of the Entrance Test).


1. Mathematics
2. Physics
3. Chemistry
4. Computer Science
5. Biotechnology
6. Environmental Sciences
7. Materials Science
8. Geography
9. Communication Studies
10. Management
11. Commerce
12. Entrepreneurship
14. History
15. Economics
16. French
17. Linguistics
18. Malayalam
19. Telugu
20. Sanskrit
21. Vedangas
22. English
23. English Language Studies
24. Political Science
25. Sociology
26. Saiva Siddhantha Philosophy
27. Peace Making & Gandhian Thought
28. Christianity
29. Comparative Religion (Tamil Medium Only)
30. Art History
31. Folklore
32. Physical Education

Other Course

Advanced Post Graduate Diploma in Geographical Information System (GIS)

Category – B (Admission based on the marks in the qualifying Examinations)

1. M.A. Tamil
2. M.A. Linguistics
3. M.A. Malayalam Language & Literature
4. M.A. Comparative Dravidian Literature
5. M.A. Kannada
6. M.A. Sanskrit
7. M.A. English
8. M.A. English Language Studies
9. M.A. French
10. M.A. Economics
11. M.A. Political Science
12. M.A. Sociology
13. M.A. Philosophy & Religion
14. M.A. Folklore
15. M.A. History
16. M.Ed.
17. M.B.A. (Evening Programme)
18. M.Com
19. M.L.I.Sc.
20. M.Sc. Mathematical Economics
21. M.Sc. Earth Remote Sensing & Geo. Information Technology
22. M.Sc. Communication & Journalism
23. M.Sc. E.Media Communications

Other Course

Post P.G. Diploma in Educlinic

Last date for submitting filled-in application 23.04.2011

Entrance Test for P.G./ M.Phil. Courses 28.05.2011 / 29.05.2011

Filled-in application along with a demand draft towards registration fee should be sent to The Registrar, Madurai Kamaraj University, Palkalai Nagar, Madurai-625 021.

Prospectus, Application & Fees details of all the above said courses can be downloaded from the website of

Madurai Kamaraj University - Admission Notification 2011 - 2012

Madurai Kamaraj University
( University with potential for excellence )

Admission Notification 2011 - 2012

Applications are invited for the following courses for session 2011 -12

1. Integreated M.Sc. – Ph.D in Genomics - (2 + 3 years)
2. M.Sc. Microbial Gene Technology - (2 years)
3. M.Sc. Biochemical Technology - (2 years)
4. M.Sc. Electronics and Instrumentation - (2 years)
5. M.B.A - Master of Business Administration - (2 years)
6. M.B.A - Hospital Administration - (2 years)
7. M.C.A - Master of Computer Applications - (3 years)
8. Post M.Sc. Advanced Diploma Course in Plant Genetic Engineering -
(1 year) Funded by DBT, Govt. of India.


1) Integrated M.Sc.- Ph.D in Genomics

A Bachelor's degree in Science (55% marks in Part – III) in any branch of Life Sciences – Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Biotechnology, or equivalent- Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Veterinary Sciences and Agriculture from any recognized Indian or Foreign University. Students with B.Tech. Degrees in Biotechnology, Computer Science, Information Technology and Bioinformatics, with Biology at +2 level are also eligible to apply.

Note: A minimum of 40% seats will be allocated to candidates from out side Tamilnadu State (Residence and Institution)

2) M.Sc., Microbial Gene Technology (M.Sc.,MGT)

A first class Bachelor's degree in science courses where Biological Sciences – Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Microbial Technology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Genetics, etc, is either a Major or an Ancillary subject. Students from professional courses such as MBBS, BVSc, BDS, B.Pharm, B.Sc.,Agriculture and related subjects from a recognized Indian or Foreign University are also eligible.

3) M.Sc., Biochemical Technology (M.Sc.,BCT)

A pass in B.Sc. degree (55% marks in Part III) in Biochemistry/Biotechnology/Genetics/Nutrition and Dietetics/ Microbiology/ Biology/ Botany/ Zoology/ Chemistry / Medical Laboratory Technology/Triple major with Biochemistry and allied subjects.

4) M.Sc. Electronics & Instrumentation

A pass in B.Sc.-Physics, Electronics, Applied Science, Electronics & Communication, Instrumentation or Computer Science or any other B.Sc, degree with Physics or Electronics as ancillary subject with a minimum of 50% marks in Part III.

5) M.B.A - Master of Business Administration

A pass in any Bachelor's degree

6) M.B.A. Hospital Administration

A pass in any Bachelor's degree

7) M.C.A - Master of Computer Applications

i. Graduate in any discipline with Mathematics as compulsory subject at 10+2 level


ii. Graduate in Computer Science / Computer Applications / Software / IT

The graduates with (a) or (b) should have 55% of total marks in Part III.

The candidates who have not studied Mathematics in +2 level but having studied the subjects:

(i) Business Mathematics
(ii) Business Mathematics & Operational Research
(iii) Operations Research
(iv) Business Mathematics and Statistics
(v) Numerical Methods and Mathematics
only at graduate level are not eligible to apply.

For SC/ST candidates a pass in the above disciplines is required minimum.

8) Post M.Sc. Advaned Diploma Course in Plant Genetic Engineering (ADCPGE)

A first Class (60% and above) M.Sc. Degree in Biology/ Botany/ Zoology/ Bio-chemistry/ Bio-Technology/ Microbiology/ Life Sciences/ Agriculture or other related M.Sc. Courses (Minimum marks for SC/ST candidates is 50%)

The Entrance Tests may be conducted at the following centres:

1. Madurai 5. Kolkata
2. Chennai 6. Mumbai
3. Bangalore 7. New Delhi
4. Hyderabad 8. Thiruvananthapuram

Last date for submitting filled-in application 28.02.2011

Date of Entrance Test
26.03.2011& 27.03.2011

For more details, visit:

PMT and AIEEE Coaching Classes

Punjabi University, Patiala
IAS & Allied Services Training Centre

Admission Notice For PMT and AIEEE Coaching Classes

Application for admission to the coaching classes for PMT and AIEEE examinations are invited from eligible interested candidates by Feb 22, 2011 on a plain paper along with three passport size photographs and requisite testimonials in the IAS Training Centre

Interview for PMT and AIEEE Feb 25, 2011 at 10.00 am in the IAS Training Centre.

For further details, contact the Director Dr. K.S Sohal

Telephone No. 0175 - 3046351, 3046352 & 9815985816

For more details about university, visit:

3 Days Training Program on Air Pollution Control Systems

Thapar University, Patiala

3 days Training Program on Air Pollution Control Systems with Focus on Cyclones & Scrubbers during (22‐24th February 2011)

Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Laboratories (SAI Labs.) (Formerly Deptt. Analytical Services, TCIRD), Thapar University, Patiala

Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Laboratory (SAI Labs) Thapar University, Patiala is organizing 3‐day training program on ‘Air Pollution Control System with Focus on Cyclones & Scrubbers’ during 22‐24th February 2011. This program, to be more specific, will cover the following aspects:

1. Emission handling and Air Pollution Control Systems
2. Monitoring and assessment of emissions and contaminant Concentrations
3. Air Pollution Control Technologies overview
4. Cyclones, and their design and construction
5. Scrubbers overview and selection of appropriates scrubbing systems
6. Spray towers, packed beds and moving beds, and their design, operation and maintenance
7. Venturie scrubbers, and their design, operation and maintenance
8. Orifice scrubbers and plate scrubbers, and their design, operation and maintenance
9. Acidic gases scrubbing systems (dry scrubbers)
10. Advanced scrubbing system like electrostatic scrubbers.

The training program will be delivered through lectures, workshop sessions and field visits.

Program Fee: Rs. 7,000/‐ for sponsored participants and Rs. 5,000/‐ for self‐financing participants (service tax @10.30% extra). The fee may preferably be paid in the form of DD drawn in favor of the Director, SAI Labs. payable at Patiala. The registration fee includes registration material, working lunch, tea and snacks between sessions, and field visit, and excludes the lodging and boarding expenses.

Maximum of 30 participants. Applications must be made by 18th February, 2011.

Registration will be on the first come – first served basis.

For more details, visit:

Banasthali University - Admission Notice 2011 - 12

Banasthali University
P.O. Banasthali Vidyapith
Rajasthan - 304022
Fax: 228365 EPABX: 228341 (12 Lines)

Admission Notice 2011 - 12

Admission to the Banasthali University is open to women only

School Admission

Last date of submission of Admission Form

For Regular Applicants : 5th May, 2011
(with late Fee of Rs. 800/-) : 15th May, 2011

Foreign Nationals & NRI/NRI Sponsored Applicants : 5th May, 2011
(with late Fee of Rs. 800/-) : 15th June, 2011

Class - Aptitude Test Date

Class VI May 29, 2011
Class IX May 28, 2011

Admission to Class XI is based on Merit of Secondary Certificate/Equivalent Examination.

Higher Education

Last date of submission of Admission Form :

For Regular Applicants : 5th May, 2011
(with late Fee of Rs. 800/-) : 15th May, 2011

Foreign Nationals & NRI/NRI Sponsored Applicants : 5th May, 2011
(with late Fee of Rs. 800/-) : 15th June, 2011

Aptitude Test Dates

Course - Aptitude Test Date

B.Tech. (CS/EC/IT/BT/CE)/B.Pharm. May 29, 2011
M.Sc. (Biotechnology) May 28, 2011
M.Pharm. (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) May 29, 2011
MCA/PGDCA May 29, 2011
M.B.A./M.B.A. (Aviation Management) May 28, 2011
B. Des. June 25, 2011
B.Ed. June 12, 2011
M.A. in Textile Designing June 25, 2011
M.Tech. (CS/SE/VLSI/IT/Remote Sensing) May 28, 2011
M.Phil (English Language Teaching)/M.Phil (Music)/M.Phil (Drawing & Painting) June 25, 2011
M.A. (English)/M.A. (Music)/M.A. (Drawing & Painting) June 25, 2011

How to Apply

Option 1 :

For obtaining prospectus and application form, send a DD/IPO for Rs.600/- in favour of "Banasthali Vidyapith" payable at Banasthali/Jaipur drawn from any bank to :

Secretary-Banasthali Vidyapith
P.O. Banasthali Vidyapith -304022
Rajasthan, India

along with a request for application form clearly mentioning the course you wish to apply for, with your name at the reverse of the Bank Draft also.

Option 2 :

Prospectus and form can also be obtained in person upon payment of Rs.500/- in cash from :

(i) Vani Mandir, Banasthali Vidyapith
Tel : + 91-1438-228456, 228975, 228990
Fax :+ 91-1438-228365

(ii) Banasthali University, Jaipur Campus
C-62, Sarojini Marg, C-scheme
JAIPUR - 302 001
Tel : +91-141-5118721/22, 2361500

Option 3:

Online Submission of application is also possible on the University website

GNDU, Amritsar Previous Year Question Papers

Guru Nanak Dev University

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If you are a student of GNDU, Amritsar and looking for previous year question papers and sample model paper of various courses the click the following link to get details about these question papers.

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MCQ - Analytical

Analytical Sample Question Papers

A) In questions such as below, identify the two statements necessary to make the conclusion in the beginning of the question true.

1. Seema is playing hockey.
a) Seema is in the hockey team during the summer.
b) Seema is in the playground.
c) Hockey is played in the playground in summer.
d) All the pupils in the playground are playing hockey.

1 a & b 2 b & d 3 c & d 4 d & a

2. Ramesh runs faster than Bobby.
a) Sumit is the champion runner
b) Ramesh can run further than Sumit
c) Ramesh can run as fast as Sumit
d) Sumit can run faster than Bobby

1 a & b 2 b & d 3 c & d 4 b & c

3. Fifty candidates sat for the examination.

a) Twenty candidates answered under half the questions
b) There were ten failures in the examination
c) Over half the questions were answered by thirty candidates
d) Forty candidates were successful.

1 a & b 2 b & d 3 a & c 4 c & d

4. Romsha, Shweta, Amina & Lily sit in this order in a row left to right. Romsha changes places with Amina and then Amina changes places with Shweta. Whos is at the right end of the row?

1 Romsha 2 Shweta 3 Amina 4 Lily

5. In the above question who is to the left of Amina?

1 Romsha 2 Shweta 3 Lily

6. Five cars has a race. The Honda beat the Rover but couldn't overtake the Astra. The Renault failed to overtake the Granada but beat the Astra. Which car came last?

1 Honda 2 Rover 3 Astra 4 Renault 5 Granada

7. In the above question which car came third?

1 Honda 2 Rover 3 Astra 4 Renault 5 Granada

8. Jane can play the piano but not the flute while Jeremy plays the violin and the flute. Shelly plays the violin but not the piano and Josephine plays the flute but not the violin. If each child plays two of the three instruments, which one is likely to be similar to Jeremy?

1 Shelley 2 Jane 3 Josephine

9. A man drove from Appleby to Trytown. Shortly after passing through Ester he stopped for coffee at Broughton which was the halfway point on his journey. Which is the longest distance?

1 Appleby to Ester
2 Ester to Trytown
3 Broughton to Trytown
4 Ester to Broughton

Passage Based Questions:

A particular seafood restaurant serves dinner Tuesday through Sunday. The restaurant is closed on Monday. Five entries—Pizza, Pasta, lobster, Indian Meal, and tuna—are served each week according to the following restrictions:

• Pasta is served on three days each week, but never on Friday.
• Lobster is served on one day each week.
• Indian Meal is served on three days each week, but never on consecutive days.
• Pasta and Pizza are both served on Saturday and Sunday.
• Tuna is served five days each week.
• No more than three different entries are served on any given day.

1. On which of the following pairs of days could the restaurant's menu of entries be identical?

(A) Friday and Sunday
(B) Tuesday and Wednesday
(C) Saturday and Sunday
(D) Wednesday and Friday
(E) Thursday and Friday

2. Which of the following is a complete and accurate list of the days on which Pasta and lobster may both be served?

(A) Tuesday, Thursday
(B) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
(C) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
(D) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
(E) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday

3. If Indian Meal is served on Saturday, it could be true that

(A) Pizza and Indian Meal are both served on Sunday
(B) Pizza and Pasta are both served on Tuesday
(C) lobster and Pasta are both served on Thursday
(D) tuna and Pizza are both served on Saturday
(E) lobster and Pizza are both served on Friday

4. Which of the following statements provides sufficient information to determine on which three days Pasta is served?

(A) Indian Meal and lobster are served on the same day.
(B) Lobster and Pizza are both served on Tuesday.
(C) Tuna is served on Saturday, and lobster is served on Tuesday.
(D) Indian Meal is served on Saturday, and Pizza is served on all but one of the six days.
(E) Tuna is served on Sunday, and Pizza is served on Tuesday and Thursday.

Passage Based Questions:

Eight dogs in an obedience class are learning to follow two commands—"heel" and "stay." Each dog is either a shepherd, a retriever, or a terrier, and each of these three breeds is represented at least once among the group. All female dogs in the group are retrievers. The results of the first lesson are as follows:

• At least two of the dogs have learned to follow the "heel" command, but not the "stay" command.
• At least two of the dogs have learned to follow the "stay" command, but not the "heel" command.
• At least one of the dogs has learned to follow both commands.
• Among the eight dogs, only terriers have learned to follow the "stay" command.

1. Which of the following statements CANNOT be true?

(A) The group includes more females than males.
(B) The group includes fewer terriers than shepherds.
(C) The group includes more shepherds than retrievers.
(D) More of the dogs have learned to stay than to heel.
(E) More of the dogs have learned to heel than to stay.

2. If each dog has learned to follow at least one of the two commands, all of the following must true EXCEPT:

(A) All retrievers have learned to heel.
(B) All shepherds have learned to heel.
(C) All terriers have learned to stay.
(D) No retriever has learned to stay.
(E) No shepherd has learned to stay.

3. If four of the dogs are male and four of the dogs are female, all of the following must be true EXCEPT:

(A) One of the dogs is a shepherd.
(B) Four of the dogs are retrievers.
(C) Three of the dogs are terriers.
(D) Three of the dogs have learned to stay.
(E) Four of the dogs have learned to heel.

4. If the group includes more shepherds than terriers, the minimum number of male dogs among the group that have learned to heel is

(A) 0
(B) 1
(C) 2
(D) 3
(E) 4

Logical Reasoning

1. People should be held accountable for their own behavior, and if holding people accountable for their own behavior entails capital punishment, then so be it. However, no person should be held accountable for behavior over which he or she had no control. Which of the following is the most logical conclusion of the argument above?

(A) People should not be held accountable for the behavior of other people.
(B) People have control over their own behavior.
(C) People cannot control the behavior of other people.
(D) Behavior that cannot be controlled should not be punished.
(E) People have control over behavior that is subject to capital punishment.

2. Beautiful beaches attract people, no doubt about it. Just look at this city's beautiful beaches, which are among the most overcrowded beaches in the country.

Which of the following exhibits a pattern of reasoning most similar to the one exhibited in the argument above?

(A) Moose and bear usually appear at the same drinking hole at the same time of day. Therefore, moose and bear must grow thirsty at about the same time.
(B) Children who are scolded severely tend to misbehave more often than other children. Hence if a child is not scolded severely that child is less likely to misbehave.
(C) This software program helps increase the work efficiency of its users. As a result, these users have more free time for other activities.
(D) During warm weather my dog suffers from fleas more so than during cooler weather.
Therefore, fleas must thrive in a warm environment.
(E) Pesticides are known to cause anemia in some people. However, most anemic people live in regions where pesticides are not commonly used.

3. The school district should not spend its money on the new Verbal Advantage reading program. After all, students get all the reading practice they need by studying history and science. The argument above depends on which the following assumptions?

(A) The Verbal Advantage program would not help the students learn history and science.
(B) Other reading programs are just as effective but less expensive than the Verbal Advantage program.
(C) The Verbal Advantage program involves only reading practice.
(D) Teaching students history and science is more important than teaching them reading skills.
(E) The students can already read well enough to study history and science.

4. Newspaper publishers earn their profits primarily from advertising revenue, and potential advertisers are more likely to advertise in newspapers with a wide circulation—a large number of subscribers and other readers—than with other newspapers. But the circulation of the newspaper that is currently the most profitable one in this city has steadily declined during the last two years, while the circulation of one of its competitors has steadily increased. Any of the following, if true, would help explain the apparent discrepancy between the two statements above EXCEPT:

(A) Advertisers generally switch from the most widely circulated newspaper to another one only when the other one becomes the most widely circulated newspaper instead.
(B) Advertising rates charged by the most profitable newspaper in the city are significantly higher than those charged by its competitors.
(C) The most profitable newspaper in the city receives revenue from its subscribers as well from advertisers.
(D) The circulation of the most profitable newspaper in the city is still greater than than of any of its competitors.
(E) The number of newspapers competing viably with the most profitable newspaper in the city has increased during the last two years.


MCQ - General Ability Test, Quantitative, General Knowledge, Reasoning, English Comprehension

MCQ - General Ability Test, Quantitative, General Knowledge Reasoning, English Comprehension

For Common Entrance Test - SNDT Women University

Sample Question Paper - General Ability Test

Section - 1

General Ability Test

Question 1 - A

Communication Skill :

1) The Japanese had to surrender _________ the Allies.

A) Of B) from C) in D) to.

2) He disposed ____________ all his furniture.

A) off B) of C) out D) in.

3) Bear with means

A) to confirm B) to approach C) to tolerate D) to cancel.

4) Call off means

A) to cancel B) visit a person C) phone someone D) recollect.

5) The police tried to _______ the agitated mob, but in vain.

A) obtrude B) pacify C) raze D) beat.

6) When I returned from my tour, I found that thieves had _______ my house.

A) painted B) ridiculed C) ransacked D) refused.

7) A man who has too much enthusiasm for his own religion and hates other religions is :

A) saint B) fanatic C) fraud D) philogynist.

8) One who makes a scholarly study of things of the past______ .

A) Antiquarian B) Arien C) Anthropologist D) Arbitrator.

9) Opposite of Austere is :

A) Soft B) Harsh C) true D) false.

10) Synonyms of Earnest is:

A) serious B) fair C) unfair D) illusion.

Mark the underlined part that has an error or mark no error.

11) Like (A) all other (B) mammals (C) dolphins have (D) lungs. No error. (E)

A) B) C) D) E)

12) Only about (A) 15 percent (B) of public undertakings (C) actually (D) do a profit. No error (E).

A) B) C) D) E)

Question 1 - B


1) 3, 5, 7, 12, 17, 19 Find the odd man out.

A) 19 B) 17 C) 13 D) 12

2) 10, 14, 16, 18, 21, 24, 26 find the odd man out.

A) 26 B) 24 C) 21 D) 18

3) How many times in a day, the hands of a clock are straight?

A) 22 B) 24 C) 44 D) 48

4) In a 200 meters race A beats B by 35 m. or 7 seconds. A’s time over the course is:

A) 40 sec. B) 47 sec C) 33 sec. D) None of these

5) The capacity of a tank of dimensions (8 m x 6 m x 2.5 m) is:

A) 120 litres B) 1200 litres C) 12000 litres D) 120000 litres.

6) What is the present worth of Rs.132 due in 2 years at 5% simple interest per annum?

A) Rs.112 B)Rs. 118.80 C) Rs.120 D) Rs.122.

7) A man can row upstream at 8 kmph and downstream at 13 km/hr. The speed of the stream is:

A) 2.5km/hr B) 4.2 km/hr C) 5 km/hr D) 10.5 km/hr.

8) A train moves with a speed of 108 kmph. Its speed in metres per second is:

A) 10.8 B) 18 C) 30 D) 38.8

9) In 10 years, A will be twice as old as B was 10 years ago. If A is now 9 years older than B, the present age of B is:

A) 19 years B) 29 years C) 39 years D) 49 years.

10) The average of first five multiples of 3 is:

A) 3 B) 9 C) 12 D) 15

Question 1 – C

English Comprehension:

For children too there is no greater instrument of education than the conversation they hear at home. It is unjust to them when nothing is spoken before them but the trifles of dress, the gossip of the neighborhood, the cares of the household which press too heavily upon the parents, the follies and vanities of the world, which are hardly apprehended by their innocent minds. They are naturally initiative, and a great part of their character is derived from their parents. If there is no life or mirth in a house, the children of the house will be commonly dull and stupid; and if they never hear subjects rationally discussed, they will not learn to think or reason; if the world in which we live is allowed to pass unheeded by, they will be without interest, listless and unobservant. This home education which they acquire insensibly is as important as the more formal work of the school, and it is as much our duty to provide food for their minds as for their bodies. They do not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth.

1) What sort of conversation does the author think good for the children?

A) Trifles of dress. B) Irrational talks. C) Vanities of the world. D) Subjects rationally discussed.

2) Why does the author think that children may become dull & stupid?
A) They don’t play. B) They watch TV. C) Due to lack of life in house. D) Due to education.

3) What conversation helps children to think and reason?

A) Rational B) Irrational. C) Dull. D) Spiritual.

4) What should parents do to prevent children becoming “without interest, listless and unobservant”?

A) Should play with them. B) Should not allowed the ‘world to pass unheeded by. C) Should take interest in them. D) Should take care of them.

5) What is the difference between the education children get at home and the education they get at school?

A) There is no difference. B) School education is more good. C) They learn to think and reason at home. D) They learn sensibly at school only.

Section - 2

Material Ability Test

Question 2 – A

General Knowledge

1) How many spokes are there on Ashok Chakra?

A) 30 B) 25 C) 24 D) 8.

2) Which is national animal of India?

A) Tiger B) Lion C) Panther D) Elephant.

3) Who is the first Indian woman to win the Nobel prize

A) Lata Mangeshkar B) Kiran Bedi C) Mother Teresa D) None

4) Who is the C.E.O. of ICICI bank?

A) K. V. Kamath B) Usha Narayanan C) Anil Ambani D) Vijay Dhoot.

5) Social worker Baba Amte is known for ……..

A) Environment B) Anandwon C) Sevagram D) Gyanpeeth.

6) Who is the seeded golf player of India ?

A) Jyoti Siydar B) Jyoti Randhava C) P.T. Usha D) Ratna K.

7) Which country is the highest producer of gold?

A) India B) China C) South Africa D) Brazil

8) Which project is regarded as danger for country’s safety?

A) Nuclear B) Setusamudram C) Wagha Border D) Foreign investment.

9) Which state is called state of rising sun?

A) Bhutan B) Nagaland C) Manipur D) Arunachal Pradesh.

10) When did micro financing start in India?

A) 1987 B) 1947 C) 1970 D) 2007.

Question 2 - B


1) Forecast: Future : Regret: ?

A) Present B) Atone C) Past D) Sins

2) Fossils: Creatures : : Mummies: ?

A) Egypt B). Human being C). Animals D). Martyrs.

Choose the word which is least like the other words in the group.

3) A) Bardoli B). Bhadravati C). Porbandar D). Champaran.

4) A) Tiger B) Lion C) Fox D) Leopard E) Panther.

5) Choose the missing term out of alternatives

Y, W, U, S, Q, ?, ?

A) N, J B) M, L C) J, R D) L, M E) O, M

6) If CHARCOL is codes as 45164913 and MORALE is codes as 296137 how are the following words coded?

A) 8519 B) 6713 C) 6513 D) 6719

ii) Coller

A) 397758 B) 497758 C) 483359 D) 493376

7) Anil introduces Rohit as the son of the only brother of his father’s wife. How is Rohit related to Anil?

A) Cousin B) Son C) Uncle D) Brother


SNDT, Common Entrance Test 2011 - Admission Notice 2011 - 12

S.N.D.T. Women’s University, Mumbai
(Accredited with five star status by NAAC for Academic Excellence)
Nathibai Thackersey Road, New Marine Lines Mumbai-400020, Maharashtra (India)

Admission Notice 2011

Common Entrance Test 2011

Under Graduate Degree/Diploma Programmes

B. Design with following specializations (4 Years )

a. Fashion Design
b. Fashion Communication
c. Lifestyle
d. Textile Design

B.Sc. Jewelry Design (3 Years )

Eligibility - 10+2 From recognized Board or Equivalent

Post Graduate Programmes

PGD Fashion Retail Management (2 Years)– SOFT/SFI
PGD Apparel Manufacturing & Merchandising (2 Years)- SFI
PGD Fashion Design (2 Years)- SFI

Eligibility - Graduation from recognized University or Equivalent

Important Dates:

Last date for receiving completed forms by SNDT 22nd May, 2011

Availability of Admit card 10th May, 2011

CET Examination Date 29th May, 2011 (Sunday)

CET Examination 10:30 am TO 12:30 pm (2 Hrs.)

Declaration of Final Results 3rd June, 2011

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