Sr. Personal Assistat Jobs in Supreme Court July-2010

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
Tilak Marg, New Delhi-110001 (India)

Recruitment of Senior Personal Assistant in Supreme Court of India

Applications in the prescribed form are invited from Indian citizens who fulfill the following essential qualifications and other eligibility conditions for preparation of a panel for appointment to the post of Court
Master(Shorthand)  in the Pay Band of Rs.9300-34800 with grade pay of Rs.4600/- plus usual allowances as admissible under the Rules

Qualification :  Degree of a recognized University. (2) proficiency in Shorthand (English) with a speed of 110 w.p.m. (3) Knowledge of Computer Operation with typing speed of 40 w.p.m. on Computer.

Age : 28 years

Application Kit : Application Kit can be obtained on any working Monday to Friday between from 01/08/2010 to 31/08/2010, against Demand Draft/Pay Order for Rs. 300/- (Rs. 150/- in case of SC/ST) in favour of Registrar (Admn.), Supreme Court of India payable at New Delhi, from the Reception Counter of Supreme Court or by sending at his/her own risk a self addressed envelope with postage stamp of Rs. 60/- affixed thereon alongwith Demand Draft of the requisite amount, in favour of Registrar, Supreme Court of India Payable at New Deihi.

Submission : Interested and eligible candidates should submit the Application in the prescribed form duly filled in at the Reception Courter of the Supreme Court on any working Monday to Friday till 31/08/2010. Application can also be sent by Registered AD post addressed to Registrar (Admn.-I) , Supreme Court of India, Tilak Marg, New Delhi-110001 so as to reach latest by 5.00 P.M. on 31/08/2010.

For more information, kindly view http://www.supremecourtofindia.nic.in/advt_srpa_23072010.pdf

Court Master jobs in Supreme Court July-2010

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
Tilak Marg, New Delhi-110001 (India)

Recruitment of Court Master (Short Hand) in Supreme Court of India

Applications in the prescribed form are invited from Indian citizens who fulfill the essential qualifications and other eligibility conditions for preparation of a panel for appointment to the post of Court Master (Shorthand)  in the Pay Band of Rs.15600-39100/- with grade pay of Rs.6600/- plus usual allowances as admissible under the Rules.


Qualification :  A Degree in Law (including BGL/LL.B.(Academic) degree) (ii) Proficiency in Shorthand with a speed of 120 w.p.m in Shorthand (English). (iii) Knowledge of Computer Operation with a typing speed of 40 w.p.m on computer.

Experience : 5 years experience

Age : 30-45 years

Application Kit : Application Kit can be obtained on any working Monday to Friday between from 01/08/2010 to 31/08/2010, against Demand Draft/Pay Order for Rs. 300/- (Rs. 150/- in case of SC/ST) in favour of Registrar, Supreme Court of India payable at New Delhi, from the Reception Counter of Supreme Court or by sending at his/her own risk a self addressed envelope with postage stamp of Rs. 60/- affixed thereon alongwith Demand Draft of the requisite amount, in favour of Registrar, Supreme Court of India Payable at New Deihi.

Submission : Interested and eligible candidates should submit the Application in the prescribed form duly filled in at the Reception Courter of the Supreme Court on any working Monday to Friday till 31/08/2010. Application can also be sent by Registered AD post addressed to Registrar (Admn.-I) , Supreme Court of India, Tilak Marg, New Delhi-110001 so as to reach latest by 5.00 P.M. on 31/08/2010.

For more information, kindly view http://supremecourtofindia.nic.in/advt_cm_23072010.pdf

Contract posts in Delhi Dispute Resolution Society July-2010

Govt. of National Capital Territory of Delhi
Deptt. of Law, Justice and Legislative Affairs
Delhi Dispute Resolution Society
8th Level, C-Wing, Delhi Secretariat, New Delhi-110002

Appointment of staff on contract basis in Delhi Dispute Resolution Society, Delhi

Applications in the prescribed Performa are invited for the following various posts in the Delhi Dispute Resolution Society Ltd.  :

  1. Additional Director : 09 posts, Pay Scale :  Rs. 15600-39100 Grade Pay 5400
  2. Superintendent : 10 posts, Pay Scale : Rs.9300-34800 Grade Pay 4600
  3. Assistant : 07 posts, Pay Sccale : Rs.9300-34800 Grade Pay 4200
  4. UDC  : 15 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 5200-20200 Grade Pay 2400
  5. LDC : 10 posts, Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200 Grade Pay 1900
  6. Peon : 30 posts, Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200 Grade Pay 1800
How to Apply :  The candidate shall submit their bio data in prescribed format with the attested copies of the documents showing their eligibility to the Director (DDRS), Room No.805, C-Wing, Delhi Secretariat, New Delhi-110002 up to the last date of receipt of application 09/08/2010.

Please visit http://www.delhi.gov.in/wps/wcm/connect/doit_law/Law/Home/Vacancies/ for details and applicaiton format.

Revised Academic Positions in NCERT July-2010

National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT)
Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi -110016

NCERT, which is an an apex organisation of Min. of HRD for Educational Research, Teacher Training and Development of Curriculum and Training material in school education, invites applications for various academic positions for its constituents all over India. :
  1. Professor in Education   : 03 posts
  2. Professor in Research and Evaluation  : 01 post
  3. Professor in Science  : 01 post
  4. Professor in Linguistic : 01 post
  5. Associate Professor in Primary Education  : 01 post
  6. Associate Professor  in Education  : 06 posts
  7. Associate Professor  in Political Science : 01 post
  8. Associate Professor  in Zoology  : 02 posts
  9. Associate Professor  in Educational Technology  : 01 post
  10. Associate Professor  in Teacher Education  : 01 post
  11. Associate Professor  in Geography  : 01 post
  12. Associate Professor  in Multimedia : 01 post
  13. Associate Professor  in Sociology : 01 post
  14. Assistnt Professor in Statistics : 02  posts 
  15. Assistnt Professor  in Physics :  04 posts
  16. Assistnt Professor  in Education  : 07 posts 
  17. Assistnt Professor  in English : 02 posts
  18. Assistnt Professor  in Educational Psychology and Guidance & Counselling  : 01 post
  19. Assistnt Professor  in Physical Education : 01 post
  20. Assistnt Professor  in Hindi  : 02 posts
  21. Assistnt Professor  in Maths : 01 post
  22. Assistnt Professor  in Zoology  : 01 post
  23. Assistnt Professor  in Special Education/ Psychology : 01 post
  24. Librarian  : 01 post
How to Apply :  The application in the prescribed format as given in the NCERT website with recent photogrph, attested copies of certificates including and prescribed fee of Rs. 100/- (No fee for SC/ST/PH and NCERT employee) through Bank DD in favour of Secretary, NCERT payable New Delhi should be submitted within upto 31/08/2010 to the Section Officer, Recruitment-I Section, Room No. 13, 5th Floor, ZH Block, NCERT, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi-110016.
 
For full details and proforma etc., please view  http://www.ncert.nic.in/html/pdf/ad157.pdf and application form is available at http://www.ncert.nic.in/html/pdf/applicationform.pdf

Sr. Resident vacancy in Lok Nayak Hospital Delhi July-2010

Govt. of NCT of Delhi

Office of Medical Superintendent
Lok Nayak Hospital
2, Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, New Delhi-110002


Application are invited in the prescribede format for the following posts of  Senior Residents in Lok Nayak Hospital :
  • Senior Residents : 112 (UR-32,OBC-63,SC-17,ST-08) in varipus Speciality, Age: 33 years for Diploma/ Degree  holders and 35 years for Post Doctoral Degree holders, Qualificaiton: MBBS with Post Graduate Degree or Diploma in concerened specialty from a recognised university, Pay Scale : Rs.15600-39100 Grade Py Rs.6600/-

Fee Payable: for General/OBC candidates Rs.5000/- and no fee required for SC/ST candidates in the form of bank DD in favour of M.S. Lok Nayak Hospital, Delhi, payable at New Delhi.

How to Apply : Application in the prescribed format should be sent to Additional MS (Administration), Lok Nayak Hospital, Room No. 105 at above address on or before 09/08/2010.

HSCC requires Professionals July-2010

HSCC (India) Limited
(A Government of India Enterprise)
E-6(A), Sector 1, Noida (U) - 201301, India

HSCC invites applications from result oriented and dynamic Professionals for appointment at General Manager/ Dy. General Manager/ Manager/ Dy. Manager and Assistant Manager  in the areas of Architecture Services, Business Development, Structural Design Engineering, Design of HVAC, Electrical Engineering Design, Estimator, Public Health and Plumbing Services, Project Management and Site Supervision and Finance & Accounts.

How to Apply : Interested candidates may send their applications in the prescribed format  to Chief General Manager (HRM & Legal) , HSCC (India) Limited, E-6(A), Sector-1, Noida - 201301  latest by 09/08/2010. CVandidate may also send application through email at hrm@hsccltd.co.in .

Please view  http://www.hsccltd.com/Carier-28.07.2010.pdf  details and  application format.

Various jobs in BVFCL July-2010

Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Limited (BVFCL)
Namrup, P.O. Parbatpur – 786623, Dist. Dibrugarh (Assam), India

BVFCL invites applications from Indian nationals for the following posts :
  1. General Manager (HR) / Dy. General Manager (HR) : 01 Post
  2. General Manager /Dy. General Manager (Finance) : 01 post
  3. Additional Chief Engineer (Chemical) : 03 posts
  4. Dy Chief Engr. /Plant Manager/ Asstt. Plant Manager (Chemical) : 09 posts
  5. Dy chief Engr, /Plant Engineer/ Asstt. Plant Engineer (Instrumentation) : 03 posts
  6. Chief Chemist : 01 Post
  7. Dy Materials Mgr./ Asstt. Materials Mgr. : 03 posts
  8. Chief Administrative Officer/ Sr Administrative Officer/ Administrative Officer : 02 posts
  9. Dy. Chief Vigilance Officer/ Sr Vigilance Officer/ Vigilance Officer : 01 post
  10. Asstt. Finance  Manager/ Accounts Officer Gr-I : 03 posts
  11. Accounts Officer Gr-II : 02 Posts
  12. Assistant Secretary : 02 Posts



Application Fee : Rs.200/- in the form of bank DD drawn in favour of BVFCL payable at SBI/ UCO Bank at Namrup. (No application fee for SC/ST/ PH candidates).

How to Apply :  Interested candidates may apply in the prescribed format and should be sent so as to reach The Personnel Officer, BVFCL Namrup, P.O,  Parbatpur, Dist: Dibrugarh, Assam- 786623 within 21 days.
Please view http://bvfcl.com/Uploads/File/Carriers/Senior-Managerial-Vacancy1-July-10.pdf for  details and application form

Seed Officer vacancy in Andhra Seeds Development Corporation July-2010

The Andhra Pradesh State Seeds Development Corporation Limited (SPSSDCL)
Regd.Office : 5-10-193, 2nd Floor, HACA Bhavan, Hyderabad - 500004

Applications are invited from eligible candidates for filling up the following posts :
  • Seed Officer : 30 posts, Pay Scale : Rs.16150-42590, Qualification :  B.Sc. (Agriculture) from any recognized State Agriculture University, Age : 18-34 years as on 01.07.2010. The candidates should be conversant in Telugu Language and capable of interacting with the farmers
How to Apply :  Applications duly filled in prescribed format all respects along with copies of certificates shown in the check list attested by a Gazetted Officer should be sent in an envelop superscribed as “Application for the post of SEED OFFICER” so as to reach the Vice Chairperson & Managing Director, A.P. State Seeds Development Corporation Ltd., Regd. Office: 5-10-193, 2nd Floor, HACA Bhavan, Hyderabad – 500004 on or before 10/08/2010.

Please visit http://apseeds.ap.nic.in/careers.htm for details and application format.

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Uttar Pradesh Board of Technical Education Published Final Year Annual Examination Result 2010.
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Establishment of Board
“State Board Of Technical Education and Training” was set up in the state in May,1958. The Board conducted its first examination in 1960,for courses of diploma level and also for Draughtsman Certificate Course. The name of the state Board was changed to “Board Of Technical Education” in 1962.
In the same Year, the “U.P. Pravidhic Shiksha Adhiniyam – 1962″ was enacted awarding the Board statutory status. In the year 1962, year of its inception, the Board held the examination of about 2500 students, in three major disciplines of Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering at 25 different Centers/Institutions.
It has a chairman , vice-chairman and 40 members ,named by the state government .Secretary ,Board of Technical Education ,U.P. is ex-officio member secretary of the Board.
The curriculum prepared by other institutions was adopted by the Board, till 1980 but thereafter the curriculum and syllabi were developed and revised, every five years at the Board level through its Curriculum development centre.
The curriculum development work has been entrusted to I.R.D.T. kanpur . The Board now examine and approve the syllabus developed by IRDT, Kanpur and prescribe it for institutions affiliated to Board of Technical Education, U.P.
About 38,000 students in the following 52 different disciplines of one year, two year, three year and four year durations are being examined at present, in the institutions, affiliated to the Board.

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Admission Guidance for Online Counselling 2010
For Online off campus counselling
For User Manual 2010 for registration in BE
Revised Schedule MCA
Revised Schedule MTECH/ME/BARCH/BHMCT/MPHARMA
Admission Procedure

Counseling for admission into technical colleges of M.P. is carried out by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Bhopal (M.P. Government Body). A press note, with all the details of counseling programme and ranking for purpose of admission is issued by DTE, Bhopal in all leading newspapers of the State. Admission to the Institute is carried out as per the rules laid down by the Government of Madhya Pradesh.
1. Professional Examination Board prepares ranking list based on the PET, AIEEE, PRE-MCA, ALL INDIA MCA conducted by it except for NRI/NRI sponsored candidates.
2. Admission rules are subject to change by the Authorities.
3. The fees for B.E./MCA Programmes run by the Institute will be charged as per the amount approved and notified by the Government of Madhya Pradesh
4. In addition to the above:
The caution money is to be paid to the institute only once at the time of admission. It will be refunded at the time of leaving the Institute.
College miscellaneous expenses are to be paid every year.
University Examination fee shall be charged for every semester examination as prescribed by the RGTU Bhopal.
Hostel/Mess/Bus Charges are to be paid, if the facilities are availed
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PUC Results 2010 | PUC Supplementary Exam 2010 Result | www.karresults.nic.in

PUC Results 2010 | PUC Supplementary Exam 2010 Result | www.karresults.nic.in
Department of Pre-University Education Karnataka Published PUC Supplementary Examination Result 2010.
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Pre University Course, popularly known as PUC is an intermediate course of duration two years conducted by state education boards in India.A person desiring admission to any Indian university must pass this course. The course can be considered a bridge course to prepare students for university education. The admission to this course is based on marks obtained in SSLC or standard 10. Indian education system follows 10+2+3( 4 or 5) pattern, i.e.; number of years required for one to obtain a Bachelor’s Degree. This pre-university course ( PUC ) is also known as PDC ( Pre Degree Course ), + 2 or Intermediate course. The state of Karnataka conducts PUC board examinations in PUC II for university admissions
Generally three streams of studies are followed, Art, Commerce and Science. Students desiring to study professional courses in Karnataka must pass this exam in science stream and also qualify in Common Entrance Test conducted by CET cell of government of Karnataka. This is required to get admission ( merit seats ) in colleges offering professional courses like medicine,engineering,dentistry,nursing and pharmacy.
Recently, the Karnatka PUC Board attempted to make the First year PUC exams public in an attempt to filter out bad students and improve overall score. (As only about 40% of students pass the exam, 60% of students who write the exam fail, and only about 1.5% get above 85 as their overall percentage)

Kalyani University B.A/B.Sc/B.Com Part II/III General Result 2010 | Kalyani University UG Part II/III Exam Result 2010 | www.klyuniv.ac.in

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Kalyani University Published BA/BSc/BCom Part II/III (General) Examination Result 2010.
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About University

The University of Kalyani was established in 1960 with a campus area of over 400 acres in Kalyani town. It is well connected by road and railway, with a railway station very close to the University.
The University is situated in a locality surrounded by a rural setting within a rural backdrop and it caters mostly to the students of rural and backward areas. Yet, its distance from Kolkata is only 50 km. This locational advantage of the University makes it particularly suitable for the ‘Cafeteria Approach’ to higher education.

MDS University M.A (Final) History Result 2010 | MDSU M.A Final Exam Result 2010 | www.mdsuajmer.com

MDS University M.A (Final) History Result 2010 | MDSU M.A Final Exam Result 2010 | www.mdsuajmer.com
Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer, Rajasthan Published M.A Final History Examination Result 2010.
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About MDSU

The University of Ajmer was established on 1 August 1987. It’s name was changed from University of Ajmer to Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer vide Rajasthan State Gazette dated 5 May, 1992. The University was registered in the year 1993 under section 12(B) of U.G.C.Act,1956.
Since the day of its inception the University was entrusted with a major responsibility of conducting the examination of nearly 1.5 lakh students of colleges spread over the six divisions of the state. In 1990 teaching began in History, Political science , zoology, botany and mathematics departments. In 1991, M. Phil, teaching programmes were initiated by History, Political Science, Botany departments and later promising job oriented courses such as PG diplomas in Environmental Technology, Microbiology and lab. technology and instrumentation were started. In 1993, after shifting to new campus, departments of microbiology, foods and nutrition, applied chemistry, management studies and computer applications were created offering M. Sc., MBA, PG Diploma and Ph. D. programmes.
In a short span of seven years academic wing of University came out with enormous research work in the form of publications, Ph. D. thesis and research projects. In 1998 university started PG programme in Environmental Science, and in 2000 PG programmes in Botany Zoology, Business Economics , Commerce, Population Studies, History, Political Science and Computer Science with specialisations that did not exist other colleges in Ajmer.
At present there are 24 teaching departments viz. History, Political Science and Public Administration, Economics, Botany, Zoology, Pure and Applied Chemistry, Environmental studies, Remote Sensing and GeoInformatics, Foods and Nutrition, Microbiology, Computer Applications, Population Studies, Commerce and Management Studies, Law, Education, Physical Education, Dept. of Yogic Sciences and Human Consciousness, Enterpreneurship & Small Business Management, Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies, Dept. of Library & Information Sciences and Bharat Vidhya Adhyan Sankul. There are 214 Government and Private colleges affiliated to this University. These affiliated colleges are spread over 9 districts of the state of Rajasthan. The University conducted examination of 1,35,000 students for various courses during the 2007-08 session.
The University has its own beautiful campus. It is situated near the Ghooghra village on the Pushkar bye pass, Jaipur Road (NH-8). It is seven kilometers from the city of Ajmer.

MPUAT B.E (Mining) Final Year Exam Result 2010 | Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology B.E Mining Exam Result | www.mpuat.digitaluniversity.ac

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Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology (MPUAT) Published Final Year BE (Mining) Exam Result 2009-2010
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About MPUAT
College was SKN College of Agriculture at Jobner, established in the State and later on Rajasthan College of Agriculture at Udaipur was established in 1955. With the establishment of first Agricultural University at Pantnagar in 1960, the state had the distinction of being the second in establishment of Agricultural University in the country. It accepted the model of land grant pattern of education of U.S.A. with trinity of functions i.e. education, research and extension education. The Agriculture University was established in 1962, thereafter government took the bold decision to transfer research component to the University which many other states took a long time. Soon the University was converted into multi faculty in 1964. With this set up the emphasis on higher agricultural education got diluted. Therefore, Agricultural University was again created in 1987 at Bikaner. The Colleges at Udaipur became constituent Colleges of Rajasthan Agricultural University at Bikaner.
The state being a big one and also having different agro climatic regions it was felt necessary to address the problems of arid agriculture and semiarid agriculture separately. Therefore, State Government created Agricultural University at Udaipur in 1999 which was named as “Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology”, after the great freedom fighter and patriot Maharana Pratap. The University jurisdiction covers 11 districts of south and south-east Rajasthan which have predominantly sub-humid climate with cropping pattern quite different from the rest of the State. With the establishment of Agricultural University in 1999, it inherited the well established colleges of Rajasthan College of Agriculture, College of Technology and Engineering, College of Home Science and College of Dairy and Food Science Technology. Recognizing the contribution horticulture and forestry could play in economic empowerment, nutritional security and sustainability of agriculture, College of Horticulture and Forestry was established at Jhalawar in 2004 and College of Veterinary and Animal Science was established at Navania, Vallabhnagar (Udaipur) in 2007.

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University of Hyderabad Published Plant Science and Comparative Litrature Admission Provisionally Selected Candidates List and Wait List.
List of Candidate Provisionally Selected
Admissions 2010-2011- List of Candidates provisionally selected for admission to Ph.D Plant Science.
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APPSC Group II Exam Syllabus

ANDHRA PRADESH PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION: HYDERABAD
GROUP – II SERVICES


WRITTEN EXAMINATION – OBJECTIVE TYPE)
(BACHELOR’S DEGREE STANDARD)
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION



Other Important Points:

1. The candidates who apply for posts identified as of Executive nature will be called for an Interview at the ratio of 1:2 with reference to the number of vacancies duly following the special representation as laid down in General Rule-22 and 22-A of A.P. State and Subordinate Service Rules including Local reservations, and also with due regard to the special/technical qualifications if any. The selections to these posts will be based on the total marks obtained by the candidates at the Written examination and Oral Test taken together subject to the rule of reservation and local reservation etc.
2. The candidates belonging to SCs/STs/BCs/PHs may be called for Interview by relaxing the minimum qualifying marks at the discretion of the Commission, if the Commission is of the opinion that sufficient number of candidates from these communities are not likely to come up for Interview.
3. For the posts which are identified as non-executive posts, the selection will be made on the basis of written marks only.
4. There will no waiting list, if candidates are not available, such vacancies will be carried forward as per rules.
5. Candidates must appear for all the three papers in written examination and Oral Test, if qualified for the same. Absent in any of the above will be liable for disqualification.
SYLLABUS
PAPER-I
GENERAL STUDIES

General Science Current Events of National and International Importance. History of India and Indian National Movement. India and World Geography. General Mental Ability. Questions on General Science will cover General appreciation and understanding of science including matters of every day observation and experience, as may be expected of a well educated person who has not made a special study of any particular scientific discipline. In current events, knowledge of significant national and international events will be tested. In History of India, emphasis will be on broad general understanding of the subject in its social, economic and political aspects. Questions on Indian National Movement will relate to the nature and character of the nineteenth century resurgence, growth of Nationalism and attainment of independence. In geography emphasis will be on geography of India. Questions on geography of India will relate to physical, social and economic geography of the country, including the main features of the Indian agricultural and natural resources. On general mental ability, the candidates will be tested on reasoning and analytical abilities.
PAPER- II
SECTION- 1 : SOCIAL AND CULTURAL HISTORY OF ANDHRAPRADES H

1. The Satavahanas and their contribution – social structure – Ikshvakus and their cultural contribution; Buddhism and Jainism; The Eastern Chalukyas of Vengi – their sociocultural contribution – growth of Telugu language & Literature.
2. Socio- Cultural and Religious conditions in Andhra Desha between first and fifteenth centuries of the Christian Era.
3. Establishment of British Rule – 1857 Revolt and its impact on Andhra and Hyderabad Socio-cultural awakening ; Adi-Andhra/Dalit and Justice/self – respect movements; Growth of Nationalist Movement in Andhra between 1885 and 1947 – Role of socialists – communists – anti-zamindari-kisan movements.
4. Asafjahi Dynasty – socio-cultural awakening in Telangana -Adi-Hindu Movement – Nizam Rashtra Janasangham – Andhra Mahasabha – Andhra Saaraswata Parishat – Hyderabad State Congress and Vandemataram Movement.
5. Growth of Leftist / Communist Movement and Telangana People’s Armed Struggle – Ittehadul-Muslimeen – Razakars anti-Nizam Struggles and end of Nizam’s Rule. Integration of Hyderabad State into Indian Union – Formation of Andhra Pradesh – Important historical events after 1956.
SECTION-2: GENERAL OVERVIEW OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION
1) Salient features of the Indian Constitution – Preamble, Fundamental Duties, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy and their relationship.
2) Distinctive features of Indian Federation – Distribution of Legislative Powers between the Union and the State; Relative roles of Legislature, Executive and Judiciary.
3) Community development experiment – 3 tier model of Panchayat Raj – 73rd and 74th amendments and their implementation.
4) Welfare Mechanism in India: Provisions for Scheduled Castes, Tribes and Minorities; Reservations for SC, ST and Backward Classes; Prevention of SC and ST Atrocities Act; National and State SC and ST Commission; Women’s Commission; National and States Minorities Commission and Human Rights Commission.
5) Unicameral and Bicameral Legislatures – Functions and crises of accountability, decline of legislature.
PAPER-III
Section-1: PLANNING IN INDIA & INDIAN ECONOMY

1) Planning in Indian Economy – Socio-economic objectives and outlays of 5 year plans – Major controversies of planning in India – Alternative strategies – Goals and achievements – shortfall of different plans – Planning in the market – Major reforms/policy changes effect from 1991.
2) Broad fiscal, monetary, industrial trade and agricultural policies, objectives, rationale, constraints and effects.
3) Geographic size – Endowment of natural resources, population; size composition quality and growth trends – occupational distribution – effect of British rule with reference to drain theory and Laissez faire Policy.
4) Money banking and public finances – concept of money and measures of money supply velocity of money banks and credit creation, determination of price level – inflation, its causes and remedies , finance budget – taxes and non-tax revenue.
5) Meaning and measurements of growth- growth distribution and welfare, characteristics of under development, stages of development, sources of growth capital – human capital, population, productivity, trade and aid, growth strategies – types of average measures – dispersion-correlation-index numbers ; types, uses and limitations.
Section-2: CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS AND DEVELOPMENTS IN RURAL SOCIETY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ANDHRA PRADESH
1. National Income & Main sectors of Economy, GDP (Gross Domestic Product), Per capita income and HDI (Human Development Index) as measures of development. Relative contribution of agriculture to income and employment in the recent four decades of AP.
2. Five year plans of AP – Outlays, Finance in public sector plan and resource allocation pattern in the recent five year plan.
3. Need for and aims of land reforms in AP – Structure of land holdings in AP. Forest, sown and irrigated area in AP. Cropping pattern. Sources of Agricultural finance in AP – Agricultural subsidies.
4. Growth and structure of Industries in Andhra Pradesh , factories, small and tiny sectors, their comparison , growth , weaknesses and problems- Institutional and non-institutional – growth and structure of cooperatives in Andhra Pradesh – Share of cooperatives in total credits – adequacy and problems.
5. Structure of Agricultural outputs – administered prices including support and procurement prices – Public Distribution System in AP ; Service sector of AP – importance, composition and growth with special reference to transport and communication, tourism and information and biotechnology.

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EAMCET – 2010 FOR ADMISSION INTO ENGINEERING & PHARMACY COURSES
Every Candidate attending for Certificate Verification at Help-line Centre is requested to follow the stages as indicated below:
STAGE-1: Candidate Registration for Certificate Verification:
• Wait for the announcement from authorities of Help Line Centres for Registration.
• After announcement, hand over the rank card to officer at entrance.
• Wait for your turn in the registration hall.
• When your rank is called pay registration-cum-counselling fee and obtain receipt.
• Collect the Registration-Cum-Verification form from computer operator at Registration counter.
• Enter details i.e. hall ticket number, rank etc. in the Register and append your signature.
• Your registration is completed. Go back and wait in the registration hall for announcement.
• After announcement by the officer at Registration counter, report at Verification counter for certificate verification.
STAGE-2: Verification of Certificates:
• Verify the details printed on Registration-Cum-Verification form for name, local area, sex, category, date of birth etc. for correctness.
• If there is any mistake, report to verification officer for correction.
• If you belong to SC/ST/BC Category, report to Caste Verification officer and submit the original Caste Certificate for verification and clearance. After Caste verification report to one of the Certificate verification officers to get other certificates like Rank Card, Hall ticket, Marks memo, Study certificate, income certificate etc. for verification.
• If you belong to OC Category, directly report to Certificate verification officer.
• The Officers will verify all the original certificates given by you.
• A print out of Receipts of certificates will be given to you and if you find any discrepancy report to the Chief Verification Officer for correction. Append your signature after verifying the data (You are responsible for the Correctness of data. No request for alteration of data will be entertained in future).
• Proceed to the Briefing Hall to take instructions on exercising options.
STAGE-3: Instructions on Exercising Options:
• Go through the Information Booklet to know about the Colleges, Courses offered their course, and other details. This helps you to Prepare List of Options in the order of Preference.
• Exercising options means you have to select Colleges and courses you wish to join and arrange them in the order of priority.
• The Officer in Briefing Hall will explain the procedure of exercising options and filling of Manual option form.
STAGE-4: Preparatory work to be made by you at home for exercising options:
• Consult your parents/friends on the selection of courses and Colleges you wish to join.
• Take the manual option form and write option number, College code and course code you wish to join. For example, if you wish to join in JNTU College of Engineering, Hyderabad under option number, you will write 1, under College code write JNTH, under course Write CSE. If you wish to join in Mechanical Engineering Branch as your second option, write 2 under option number, HYD under district code and JNTH under College code and write MEC under course code i.e. if the vacancy is not available in CSE Branch, MEC will be considered for allotment of seats. In the similar fashion, write down any number of options, as per your choice.
STAGE-5: Procedure to be followed for exercising options on Internet:
• You can exercise the options from home or from any internet cafĂ© or from any Help Line Center with the help of filled manual option form already available with you.
• Once your list in the manual option form is ready, handed over to the operator to fill the option entry form on the computer screen (or) enter options yourself. Do not forget to take the filled in manual option form to the internet centre as this is essential for entering the options on a computer. With the help of filled in Manual Option form enter the option numbers directly in the input boxes seen on the screen.
• Save the option numbers entered on the screen periodically and inform the computer operator also about this in case operator is entering the options.
Steps to be followed for entering the option on screen:
• You must have already completed certificate verification.
• Please enter URL or Website address: http://apeamcet.nic.in or as indicated in the notification.
• The home page contains the information regarding Web Counselling, “Candidates Registration” for web counselling and “Candidates Login” for exercising options.
• Before selecting the “Candidates Login” for exercising the options, you have to complete the ‘Candidate Registration’.
• Through “Candidates Registration” process, generate the password required for exercising options.
• Click on ‘Candidate Registration’ and enter the following details.
Registration No.
EAMCET H.T. No.
Rank
Date of Birth
and click on “Generate Pass word”.
• In the “Enter Pass word” box enter the ‘password’ (having a minimum of 6 characters length with at least one Numeral) and re-enter the same at “Re-enter password” box. Click on “Save” to save the password and click on “Log Out” to complete the registration and return to home page. Exercising Options:
• “Candidate Login” is provided for exercising the options.
• Enter the details “Registration No., Hall Ticket No., Pass Word And Date of Birth” and click on “Sign In”.
• Read the instructions carefully. Read the Declaration and click on Check Box to confirm the same and then click on “Option Entry Form” or “Help Screen”. Click on “Help Screen” will display the screen providing explanation about different Menu items.
• Read the explanation about various menu items, and then click the button “Click here to Enter Options”, it displays the screen with various districts along with check boxes the same will also be displayed if you click on “Option Entry form” in the last screen:
• Click on ‘Display Option Entry form’ displays the screen for exercising the options.
• In the Screen, the codes of the colleges and courses offered will appear and enter your option numbers in the Input box.
• You are advised not to start entering options directly on the web without preparatory work at home, as you may commit mistakes. Registration No. EAMCET H.T. No. Rank Date of Birth
• While filling the option form ‘Click on Save Options’ at regular intervals. After completion of Option entry Click on “Logout”, it displays an alert message with three buttons “Save and Logout”, “Confirm Logout” and ‘Cancel Logout’.
• Click on ‘Cancel Logout’ retains the Options Entry Form. Click on “Save & Logout” button will save the options exercised up to that point of time and display the details of the options exercised. Click on “Confirm Logout” button will directly display the details of the options exercised.
• After verification of the options exercised by him, for modifying the options, the candidate has to click on Login for Option Entry.
• You are informed that, you can add, modify or delete the options any number of times within in stipulated time. The options recorded in the server on the last day will be frozen. If you wish change the frozen options once again approach any one of help line centres on any one of the dates mentioned to modify your frozen options by paying the prescribed fee. This is the final opportunity and after this no further change can be done. The Options recorded in the server on the last day will be taken for allotment of seats. You can take a printout of the options exercised.
STAGE-6: Final Allotment of Seats
• The allotments will be processed on the date mentioned in the notification based on merit and category and will be placed in the web. You have to down-load the allotment order. This is final allotment and request for change will not be entertained.
STAGE-7: Payment of Fees
• Download the Challan form for payment of fee or collect it from helpline centre. With downloaded allotment order you have to remit the fees in one of the branches of Andhra Bank or Indian Bank in the State and obtain a receipt.
STAGE-8: Reporting at College:
• With downloaded allotment order fee receipt etc., you have to report at the respective Colleges in which seat is allotted within the dates mentioned by the authorities. If you fail to report on or before the date stipulated by the authority the allotment made in favour of you will be treated as cancelled and you will have no claim further on the allotment

GATE General Aptitude Syllabus | GATE GA Syllabus

GATE GENERAL APTITUDE (GA) Syllabus
Verbal Ability: English grammar, sentence completion, verbal analogies, word groups, instructions, critical reasoning and verbal deduction.
Numerical Ability: Numerical computation, numerical estimation, numerical reasoning and data interpretation.

WHAT IS NEW IN GATE 2010

New Paper introduced in GATE 2010: Biotechnology (BT) has been introduced as an independent paper from GATE 2010.
Common Component of General Aptitude (GA) introduced in GATE 2010: Each GATE paper shall have a common General Aptitude (GA) component carrying 15 marks from GATE 2010.
Papers to be discontinued from GATE 2010 onwards:
Due to introduction of an independent paper in Biotechnology (BT), the Biotechnology section in Life Sciences (XL) paper has been discontinued from GATE 2010.
There will not be GATE 2010 examination in Pharmaceutical Sciences (PY) paper. For more information about the organization which will be conducting a GATE like examination for PY

JNTU Anantapur B.Tech 1st Year Result 2010 | www.jntuanantapur.org

JNTU Anantapur B.Tech 1st Year (R09) Regular Result 2010 | JNTU Anantapur B.Tech 1st Year Result 2010 | www.jntuanantapur.org
JNTU-ANANTAPUR Published B.Tech 1st Year(R09) Regular 2010 Examination Result.
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About JNTU Anantapur

JNTU College of Engineering Anantapur was started in the year 1946, under the post war reconstruction program and functioned at Guindy campus, Madras for two years and was shifted to Anantapur in 1948. It was in the year 1958 that the college was shifted to the present permanent buildings accommodating the Administrative block, Laboratories, the Engineering Departments, Library and the Hostel blocks.
During the first 25 years of its existence, it was affiliated to the Madras and S V Universities and produced distinguished alumni, who are holding high positions, in India and abroad.
In the year 1972 Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University was formed and the college became a constituent college of the university.
The college has vast campus sprawling over an area of 200 acres, in a peaceful atmosphere, away from the dust and din of the town. The library is well equipped with journals, magazines, textbooks, and reference manuals

Sambalpur University Arts,Science and Commerce +3 Final Year Result 2010 | www.sambalpuruniversitypgc.in

Sambalpur University +3 Final Year Result 2010 | Sambalpur University Arts,Science and Commerce +3 Final Year Result 2010 | www.sambalpuruniversitypgc.in
Sambalpur University Published +3 Arts, Science and Commerce Final Year Examination Result 2010.
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About Sambalpur University
The Sambalpur University Act was passed by the Orissa Legislature on 10th December, 1966 to fulfill long cherished dream of the people of Western Orissa for establishment of a University. The University started functioning from 1st January, 1967 with Prof.Parsuram Mishra as the first Vice-Chancellor. The University was inaugurated on 4th January, 1967 by Hon’ble Chancellor A.N.Khosla. The University started functioning in 1967 in a rented private building at Dhanupali, Sambalpur and in Government building at Ainthapali, Sambalpur from 1968 – 72. In the year 1973 the University was shifted to the present campus named Jyoti Vihar at Burla.
The territorial jurisdiction of the University covers 10 districts of the state of Orissa namely Sambalpur, Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Deogarh, Bargarh, Bolangir, Subarnapur, Nawapara, Kalahandi, Boudh and Athamallik Sub-Division of Angul District.
The University at Jyoti Vihar provides Post-Graduate education in Twenty-seven subjects through Twenty Post-Graduate Departments.
The University Post-Graduate Departments offer one-year study Programme for M.Phil Degree, two years study programme for the Degrees of M.A./M.Sc./LL.M./ Business Administration/ M.Lib & Inf.Science, One-Year P.G. Diploma Course in Computer Science & Application and Diploma Course in Sambalpuri Studies and Three-Year course in M.C.A. and Executive M.B.A.
The P.G.Departments of Chemistry, Life Sciences, History, Economics, Library & Information Sciences and Mathematics have been conferred Autonomous Status by the University. They adopt Semester system based on continuous evaluation. They adopt their own courses of studies.
There are Ten Post-Graduate Hostels in the University Campus out of which four are Ladies Hostels and six are Gents’ Hostels. The University provide several facilities to the boarders in the Hostels like Common Room with T.V., Reading Room with Newspaper and Magazine, Guest Room, First Aid, STD Telephone booth, etc. The Central Canteen has been opened near the Hostel Campus for the benefit of students. Besides there are two Nationalized Banks, one Post-Office, one Health Centre, one Auditorium, one Police-Out Post, one Faculty House and one Community Centre have been established in the University Campus for providing services to students/teachers and employees in the Campus.
The establishment of Directorate of Distance Education (DEC), Private Education Cell (PEC), One Nodal Computer Centre, Academic Staff College, University Yoga Centre, Professor Bhubaneswar Behera Central Library are acting like the wheels for the University system and would carry the University speedily towards achieving the noble boon for which these are set up

BRAOU B.Ed and M.Ed Eligibility Test Result 2010 | Ambedkar University

Ambedkar University B.Ed Eligibility Test Result 2010 | Ambedkar University M.Ed Eligibility Test Result 2010 | BRAOU B.Ed and M.Ed Eligibility Test Result 2010
Dr.B.R. Ambedkar Open University (BRAOU) Published B.Ed and M.Ed Eligibility Test 2010 Result.
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Click Here To Ambedkar University (Special) B.ED. Eligibility 2010 Results
Click Here To Ambedkar University M.ED. Eligibility 2010 Results

University of Banglore LLL III Semester Result 2010 | www.bub.ernet.in

Banglore University LLB III Semester 5year Course Result 2010 | University of Banglore LLL III Semester Result 2010 | www.bub.ernet.in
Banglore University Published LLB III Semester 5years Course Examination Result 2010
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About Bangalore University
Bangalore University located in the Garden City of Bangalore aptly hailed as the “IT capital of India” was established in July 1964 as an offshoot of the University of Mysore, primarily to include institutions of Higher learning located in the metropolitan city of Bangalore and the districts of rural Bangalore, Kolar. Initially, the two premier colleges of the city, the Central College(CC) and the University Vivesvaraya College of Engineering formed the nucleus of the Bangalore University. Soon after the establishment of the Bangalore University, as a first step in the reorganization of courses of instructions, the University introduced Honours courses in the year 1965-66.
Three-year honours courses in Botany, Chemistry, Economics, English, Geology, Kannada, Mathematics and Zoology which were conducted only at the University postgraduate departments, attracted many brilliant students. All honours-passed students were admitted to post-graduate courses on priority and B.A. and B.Sc. graduates who marginally missed admission to the postgraduate courses were given an opportunity to join the final year honours course and seek admission to post-graduate courses thereafter. Since 1964,

NHPC Limited Civil/Electrical Trainee Engineer Written Test Admit Card 2010

NHPC Limited Trainee Engineer Written Test Admit Card 2010 | NHPC Limited Civil/Electrical Trainee Engineer Written Test Admit Card 2010
NHPC Limited Published Admit Card of Civil and Electrical Trainee Engineer Written Test will Be conducting on 1st Augest 2010.
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SELECTION PROCESS:
Candidates whose registration slip receive on or before the last date of receiving the registration slip along with D.D. (where ever required) through post will have to appear for Written/Skill Test except the post of Medical Officer and Trainee Officer (Finance). List of eligible candidates called for interview will be made available at www.nhpcindia.com & will also be e-mailed to such candidates. The final list of selected candidates will offered “Offer of Appointment”.
ABOUT WRITTEN TEST:
Candidates will have choice for appearing in the test in Hindi or English. The test duration will be 3 hours and in three parts i.e. Part –I of 140 multiple-choice questions in the concerned discipline, Part –II of 30 multiple-choice questions on General Awareness and Part-III of 30 multiple-choice questions on Reasoning

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University of Lucknow Post Graduate Admission Merit List 2010-2011 | www.lkouniv.ac.in

Lucknow University Post Graduate Admission 2010-2011 Merit List | University of Lucknow Post Graduate Admission Merit List 2010-2011 | LKO PG Admission Merit List 2010 | www.lkouniv.ac.in
University of Lucknow Published Post Graduate Admission Merit List 2010-2011.
LL.B. (Three Year)
a. Merit List of Students of Lucknow University
b. Merit List of Students of Other Universities
Science
a.M.Sc. in AnthropologyLucknow University Students Other University Students
b.M.Sc. in BiochemistryLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
c.M.Sc. in BotanyLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
d.M.Sc. in ChemistryLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
e.M.Sc. in GeologyLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
f.M.Sc. in MathematicsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
g.M.Sc. in PhysicsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
h.M.Sc. in StatisticsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
i.M.Sc. in ZoologyLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
j.M.Sc. in Bio-StatisticsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
k.M.Sc. in Computer ApplicationsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
l.M.Sc. in ElectronicsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
m.M.Sc. in Environmental ScienceLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
n.M.Sc. in Industrial ChemistryLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
o.M.Sc. in Mass Communication in ScienceLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
p.M.Sc. in MicrobiologyLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
q.M.Sc. in Pharmaceutical ChemistryLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
r.M.Sc. in Plant ScienceLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
s.M.Sc. in Renewable EnergyLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
t.M.Sc. in Total Quality ManagementLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
    Commerce
a. Applied EconomicsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
b.CommerceLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
    Education
a.M.A. in EducationLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
    Arts
1.Aacharya (Sanskrit Sahitya)Lucknow University StudentsOther University Students
2.BLIScLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
3.M.A. in Ancient Indian History & ArcheologyLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
4.M.A. in AnthropologyLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
5.M.A. in Arab CultureLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
6.M.A. in ArabicLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
7.M.A. in Composite HistoryLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
8.M.A. in Criminology & Criminal Justice AdministrationLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
9.M.A. in Defence StudiesLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
10.M.A. in EconomicsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
11.M.A. in EnglishLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
12.M.A. in FrenchLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
13.M.A. in GeographyLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
14.M.A. in HindiLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
15.M.A. in Home ScienceLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
16.M.A. in Hospital & Health Care AdministrationLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
17.M.A. in Human Consciousness & Yogic ScienceLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
18.M.A. in Journalism & Mass Comm.Lucknow University StudentsOther University Students
19.M.A. in Jyotir VigyanLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
20.M.A. in LinguisticsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
21.M.A. in MathematicsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
22.M.A. in Medieval & Modern Indian HistoryLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
23.M.A. in Modern ArabicOther University Students
24.M.A. in PersianLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
25.M.A. in PhilosophyLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
26.M.A. in Political ScienceLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
27.M.A. in Population Education & Rural DevelopmentLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
28.M.A. in PsychologyLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
29.M.A. in Public AdministrationLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
30.M.A. in Public HealthLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
31.M.A. in SanskritLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
32.M.A. in Social EngineeringLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
33.M.A. in SociologyLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
34.M.A. in StatisticsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
35.M.A. in UrduLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
36.M.A. in Western HistoryLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
37.M.A. in Women StudiesLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
38.Master of Business EconomicsLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
39.Master of Community Medicine & Public HealthLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
40.Master of Event ManagementLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
41.Master of Rural ManagementLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
42.Master of Social WorkLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
43.Master of Tourism AdministrationLucknow University StudentsOther University Students
44.MLISc.Lucknow University StudentsOther University Students

UPSC Upcomping Examination 2010 | UPSC Examination Important Dates 2010

Union Public Service Commission Important Dates 2010
S.No.NAME
OF
EXAMINATION
DATE
OF
NOTIFICATION
LAST
DATE FOR
RECEIPT
OF
APPLICATIONS
DATE
OF
COMMENCEMENT
OF EXAM
DURATION
OF EXAM.
1N.D.A. & N.A. EXAM.(II), 201020.03.201019.04.2010 (MONDAY)22.08.2010
(SUNDAY)
1 DAY
2C.D.S. EXAM.(II), 201017.04.201017.05.2010 (MONDAY)19.09.2010
(SUNDAY)
1 DAY
3CENTRAL POLICE FORCES (AC) EXAM., 201029.05.201028.06.2010
(MONDAY)
24.10.2010
(SUNDAY)
1 DAY
4CIVIL SERVICES (MAIN) EXAM., 2010

29.10.2010
(FRIDAY)
21 DAYS
5I.E.S./I.S.S. EXAM., 201005.06.201005.07.2010 (MONDAY)04.12.2010 (SATURDAY)3 DAYS
6GEOLOGISTS’ EXAM., 201019.06.201019.07.2010 (MONDAY)04.12.2010 (SATURDAY)3 DAYS
7S.O./STENO (GD-B/GD-I) LTD. DEPTTL. COMPETITIVE EXAM.26.06.201023.08.2010 (MONDAY)26.12.2010
(SUNDAY)
4 DAYS

Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Apprenticeship Training 2010 | Apply BARC Apprenticeship Training 2010 | Download BARC Apprenticeship Training Application Form

Bhabha Atomic Research Centre , Trombay invites application from eligible candidates for Apprenticeship Training. The application form/educational qualifications/stipends payable and other criteria/particulars are given below.
Applications are invited from ITI Certificate ( National Trade Certificate) Holders and
Diploma Holders for Apprenticeship Training, as per the Provisions of Apprentices
Act 1961, in BARC.
1. Number of Trade Apprentices: 84 (Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/PH will be applicable as per Orders).
Post : Fitter
Total Vacancy : 14
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
SSC or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Maths and Science subjects put together PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Turner
Total Vacancy :08
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
SSC or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Maths and Science subjects put together PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Machinist
Total Vacancy :08
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
SSC or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Maths and Science subjects put together PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Electrician
Total Vacancy : 06
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
SSC or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Maths and Science subjects put together PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Mech. (Motor Vehicle)
Total Vacancy :17
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
SSC or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Maths and Science subjects put together PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Electronic Mechanic
Total Vacancy :01
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
SSC or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Maths and Science subjects put together PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Machinist (Grinder)
Total Vacancy :01
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
SSC or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Maths and Science subjects put together PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Draughtman Mechanic
Total Vacancy :01
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
SSC or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Maths and Science subjects put together PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Mech. Machine Tool Maint.
Total Vacancy :03
Stipend: Rs.1620/-
Qualification:
SSC or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Maths and Science subjects put together PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Carpenter
Total Vacancy : 01
Stipend: Rs.1240/- 1st year Rs.1440/- 2nd year
Qualification:
SSC or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in Maths and Science subjects put together PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 2 Year
Post : Welder
Total Vacancy :05
Stipend: Rs.1240/-
Qualification:
8th Pass under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Painter (General)
Total Vacancy :01
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
8th Pass under 10+2 system of education or its equivalent PLUS ITI Certificate (National Trade Certificate)
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Med. Lab Technician
Total Vacancy :04
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
Respective vocational course certificates in 10+2(vocational) schooling
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : X-ray Technician
Total Vacancy :02
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
Respective vocational course certificates in 10+2(vocational) schooling
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Opthalmic Technician
Total Vacancy :02
Stipend: Rs.1440/-
Qualification:
Respective vocational course certificates in 10+2(vocational) schooling
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Dip. in Mechanical Engg.
Total Vacancy :08
Stipend: Rs.1850/-
Qualification:
Diploma in Engg.(from Board of Technical Education of a State) with not less than 50% marks.
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Post : Dip. in Automobile Engg.
Total Vacancy :02
Stipend: Rs.1850/-
Qualification:
Diploma in Engg.(from Board of Technical Education of a State) with not less than 50% marks
Duration of Training : 1 Year
Age : Not less than 18 years.
Candidates who have already undergone apprentice training elsewhere shall not be considered.
Selection :In case the response is more, the selection will be restricted to those with high percentage of marks in SSC, plus ITI (NTC) and Diploma as assessed suitable and candidates who have recently completed the course.
During the training no accommodation will be provided by this Centre. Apprentices have to make their own arrangements for their stay in Mumbai.
After completion of the training course, the apprenticeship will be terminated and there will be no obligation on BARC to offer employment.

How to apply :

1. Application forms in accordance with prescribed format in English or Hindi on thick foolscap paper (Size 34 cms X 22 cms) and complete in all respects with superscription on the envelope “APPLICATION FOR APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING IN BARC AGAINST ADVERTISEMENT NO. 3/2010 (R-II)” is to be sent to DEPUTY ESTABLISHMENT OFFICER (R-II), BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE, TROMBAY, MUMBAI – 400 085 to reach on or before 20/09/2010.
2. Photograph : A recent photograph should be pasted on the right hand top corner of the application and should be signed across by the candidate. One additional copy of the same photograph should be sent along with the application.
3. One Self addressed envelop in Hindi & English (Bilingual) 22.5”x10”cms should be enclosed along with the application.
4. Copies of Certificate : Attested copies of the following certificates must be submitted by the candidates with their application.
a. Educational and Technical Qualifications (supported by appropriate mark sheets indicating the subjects offered at the examinations).
b. Date of Birth (As indicated in SSC Certificate).
c. Certificate that they belong to SC/ST/OBC community in prescribed proforma, where applicable.
Those desirous of applying may forward their applications on or before 20th September 2010 in the prescribed pro-forma to:
Dy. Establishment Officer
Recruitment Section-II
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
Trombay
Mumbai-400 085

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West Bengal University of Technology Semester Exam Results 2010 | www.wbut.net | WBUT Semester Exam Result 2010

WEST BENGAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
West Bengal University of Technology (WBUTech) came into existence on August 5, 2000. It started functioning with the assumption of office of the first Vice Chancellor on January 15, 2001 as a sequel to the promulgation of the West Bengal University of Technology Act 2000; under the West Bengal Act XV of 2000 passed by the West Bengal Legislature and published in the Calcutta Gazette (Extraordinary) vide Publication dated july 20, 2000. The Act contemplates a General Council (GC), an Executive Council (EC), an Academic Council (AC), Finance Committee and an Advisory Council as its regulatry and advisory bodies. His Excellency, the Governor of the state of West Bengal would be the ex-officio Chancellor of the University.
West Bengal University of Technology has declared the various se4mester examinatio results 2010.
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Anna University Tirunelveli BE/BTech 8th Semester Results 2010 | www.annauniv.edu

Anna University Tirunelveli
Anna University was established on 4th September 1978 as a unitary type of University. It offers higher education in Engineering, Technology and allied Sciences relevant to the current and projected needs of the society.Besides promoting research and disseminating knowledge gained therefrom, it fosters cooperation between the academic and industrial communities.The University was formed by bringing together and integrating two well-known technical institutions in the city of Madras.
Situated in the southern part of the city of Madras (Chennai), the University’s main campus extends over 100 hectares abutting the Adyar River on the north and Raj Bhavan on the south. The Madras Institute of Technology at Chrompet constitutes the second campus of the University which extends over 20 hectares. Both the campuses have a variety of buildings serving the various needs of the University community. A third campus extending over 80 hectares is located at Taramani near the Instronic campus, Adyar. The Bioprocess Laboratory donated by SPIC is located at present in this campus and a few more centers of advanced studies, like National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Sugar Research Institute, Mechatronics Institute, Entreprenuership Development Park, and Convention Centre will also be housed there in future.
Anna University Tirunelveli has declared the B.E / B.Tech (8th Sem) Result 2010.
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DTE MBA CET Final Merit-cum-Result 2010 | CAP Round-I MBA/MMS Allotment Result | Mahrashtra CET 2010 Result

MINISTRY OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Role of the Ministry is to provide financial administrative support for maintaining high standards in technical education, alongwith co-ordinating at National & international level for continuous development in technical education and making policies for the state level technical education in accordance with the National Educational Policies & Other Economic Policies. Program of action in view of new policies has been prepared to achieve good quality education.
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (CET) MBA / MMS Provisional Allotment for CAP-I Results has been announced today.Students can check in the below link.
I. Provisional Allotment for CAP-I
II.MAH-MBA/MMS-CET-2010 Final Merit-cum-Result
III.MAH-MBA/MMS-CET 2010 Written Test Result
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