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VTU Result 2nd Sem 2010 | VTU B.E/B.Tech I/II Semester Result 2010 | www.vtu.ac.in
Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum Published B.E/B.Tech I/II Semester Examination Result 2010.
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About VTU
VTU is one of the biggest Technological University in India, having 144 colleges affiliated to it with under graduate course in 27 disciplines and PG Programme in 66 disciplines. The intake at UG level is about 45000 students and at the PG level it is about 7500 students. The University has 14 QIP centre in various affiliated colleges and 14 extension centres for offering PG programmes. There are over 200 departments recognized as research centres. At present over 1000 students / faculty are registered for Ph.D degree and over 180
http://www.way2freshers.com students are registered for their Msc.. (Engg). This year the University is awarding 35 Ph.D Degrees and 13 M.Sc (Engg) Degrees. The Faculty has published around 300 research publications in the year 2006-07. The University has recently started MBA and M.Tech. Programme at Belgaum with about 250 students studying in all. Sixteen from among the affiliated colleges were recognized to get assistance under the World Bank supported. TEQIP program in the I Phase. This year as a novel measure academic autonomy has been provided to 14 affiliated Colleges after due processes.

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) is a statutory body established under the Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 (Act No. XXXVIII of 1949) for the regulation of the profession of Chartered Accountants in India. During its 61 years of existence, ICAI has achieved recognition as a premier accounting body not only in the country but also globally, www.way2freshers.com for its contribution in the fields of education, professional development, maintenance of high accounting, auditing and ethical standards.ICAI now is the second largest accounting body in the whole world

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Central Counselling Board (CCB) Published AIEEE 2010 Counselling 5th Round Allotment Result 2010.
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Reporting to Allotted Institutes against the fifth round of allotment August 3 – 7th, 2010
• Get documents verified;
• Show receipt letter and pay remaining fee (for Round 1 to 3 candidates), pay FULL fee (For round 5 candidates)
• Give branch choices for next round, if any.
• Start attending classes immediately.
• Candidates not reporting will lose their seat allotment automatically, and will not be considered for subsequent rounds of seat allotment, if any.
Note: 1. Initial fee is 35,000/- for OP, OPPH, OBC and OBCPH and Rs. 25,000/- for SC, SCPH, ST and STPH.
OP, OPPH, OBC and OBCPH candidates shall bring one DD for Rs.1,000/- and the other for Rs. 34,000/- .
SC, SCPH, ST and STPH. candidates shall bring one DD for Rs.1,000/- and the other for Rs. 24,000/-.
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newFor those Candidates who have not participated in 1st counseling can join 2nd counseling by paying counseling fee from 6/08/2010 to 11/08/2010.
NewFor sport category the counseling will be done on 05/08/2010 at 11:30 a.m. in the office of Director, Sports, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. Candidates who have applied under this category are required to be present on the above said time and venue with necessary documents/certificates.

Instructions for Online Counselling for MET-PAMCAT-2010

STEP – I
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BISE Lahore SSC Annual Examination Result 2010 | BISE Lahore Matric Annual Exam Result 2010 | BISE Lahore Class 10th Result 2010 | www.biselahore.com
Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Lahore (BISE Lahore) Published SSC/Matric Annual Examination Result 2010.
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the following are the subjects of BISE Lahor SSC/Matric (10th class )
1 English (Compulsory)
2 Urdu (Compulsory)
3 Chemistry
4 Biology
5 Physics
6 Computer Science
7 General Science (Urdu Medium)
8 Islamiyat Elective
9 Education
10 Mathematics
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12 Persian
13 Geography
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15 Food & Nutrition
16 Elements of Home Economics
17 History of Islam
18 History of Pakistan
19 Physiology & Hygiene
20 Art & Model Drawing
21 Geometrical & Technical Drawing
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23 Urdu Elective
24 Pakistan Studies
25 Practical Format Of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science

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PSST 2010 Result | University of Rajasthan PSST 2010 Result | www.psst2010.com
University of Rajasthan Published PSST 2010 Result.
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University of Rajasthan

The University of Rajasthan is the oldest institution of higher learning in Rajasthan. It was established on 8th January, 1947, as the University of Rajputana with the main objective of disseminating knowledge and catering to the needs of the students of Rajasthan. It had jurisdiction over the entire state. In the year 1956, the Rajputana University was renamed as the University of Rajasthan, keeping intact its enveloping jurisdiction. With the successive creation of other universities, its affiliating jurisdiction has come down, but it is still the hub of Higher Education in Rajasthan paving the way for the other universities. It attracts students from all over Rajasthan and other parts of India and abroad.
University of Rajasthan is a multi-faculty University and is recognized under 2f and 12B of U.G.C since its inception. It has 36 Post Graduate Departments, 15 recognized Research Centers ,6 Constituent Colleges and 500 Affiliated Colleges spanning 6 districts. The location of the University is Urban and its Central Campus is spread over 285.50 acres and the satellite campus, comprising the Constituent Colleges, is spread over 149.53 acres.

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RGPV Revaluation Results 2010 | RGTU Revaluation Results 2010 | Rajiv Gandhi Technical University Revaluation Results 2010
Rajiv Gandhi Technical University (or) Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGTU/RGPV) Published Revaluation Examination Result 2010. http://www.way2freshers.com
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CURRENT RESEARCH INTEREST
* Power Sector Reforms
* Energy Conservation & Audit
* IC Engine & Air pollution, Robotics
* Trench less Technology, NDT, Design of pressurized concrete structures.

FACILITIES

The various department of UIT are equipped with the state of Art computer centers, Departmental libraries and Labs for Teaching Research and innovations. Some of these are:
* Electrical Drives Lab
* Power System missiorotection
* Instrumentation and Measurement
* Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) & CAD Lab
* Advanced Chemistry & Physics Labs
* Computer Controlled CI engine
* Non CFC refrigerant Testing Ring
* Environmental Lab
* Hydraulic Lab & Geotech Engineering labs

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Mysore University Results 2010 | University of Mysore B.Com Result 2010 | UOM B.Com Modified Semester Scheme Result 2010 | www.uni-mysore.ac.in
University of Mysore Published B.Com Modified Semester Scheme Examination Result 2010 http://www.way2freshers.com
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The University of Mysore is among the foremost institutions of its kind, and is an enduring symbol in the sphere of higher education in India. It was founded by the then Maharaja of Mysore, His Highness Sri Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and his Dewan, the renowned engineer – statesman, Sir M.Visvesvaraya, on July 27, 1916. The Maharaja of Mysore became its first Chancellor. A Bill to establish and incorporate the University was introduced in Mysore Legislative Council in 1916. It was passed unanimously on 17th July 1916. The first meeting of the University Council was held on 12th August 1916 and the first meeting of the Senate on 12th October 1916.

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JNTU Hyd B.Tech 1st Year (R09) Regular Result 2010 | JNTUH B.Tech 1st Year (R09) Result 2010 | www.jntu.ac.in
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad will Publishes B.Tech 1st Year R09 Btach Rugalar Examination Result 2010.
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JNTU

First established as the Hyderabad Polytechnic Institute, the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (name changed in 1972) is located in Hyderabad, India focusing mainly on engineering. JNTU has campuses in the districts of Kakinada and Anantapur of Andhra Pradesh. It offers programs of study at the undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels in a wide variety of fields. The university has a business school that offers the MBA program.
Various departments of JNTU
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1. Electronics and Communication Department
2. Electrical and Electronics Department
3. Computer Science Engineering Department
4. Mechanical Engineering Department
5. Civil Engineering Department
6. Metallurgical Engineering Department
7. Printing Technology Department(Past)
8. School of Information Technology
9. Institute of Science and Technology
10. Center for Development of Advanced Computing

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FBISE HSSC II Annual 2010 Examination Result 2010 | FBISE HSSC II Result 2010 | www.fbise.edu.pk
The Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (FBISE) Will Publishes The Intermediate & Secondary Education (HSSC) II Examination Result 2010 on 5th August. way2freshers.com
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The Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (FBISE) Islamabad established under FBISE ACT 1975, is an autonomous body of the Ministry of Education. It is empowered with administrative and financial authority to organize, regulate, develop and control Intermediate and Secondary Education in general and conduct examinations in the institutions affiliated with it.
Jurisdiction of the Federal Board includes:-
* Islamabad Capital Territory
* All over Pakistan (Cantonments and Garrisons)
* Federally Administered Northern Areas
* Overseas.

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Bhavnagar University M.Phil III Semester Result 2010 | Bhavnagar University M.Phil 3rd Sem (Dept Of Business Admin) Result 2010 | www.bhavuni.edu

Bhavnagar University Published MPhil III Semester (Dept Of Business Admin) Examination Result 2010
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Higher Studies

Bhavnagar University is specifically known for its high quality Higher Degree Research activities. Research activities are carried out in the most relevant and high-profile areas as Nano-Technology, Marine Ecology, Intellectual Property Rights & its Management and Entrepreneurship etc. The following Centres for Excellence and Cells are actively engaged in research and consultancy services:
* Centre for Excellence in Nano-technology
* Ocean Science and Technology Cell for Western Coast
* ICT and ELT
* Entrepreneurship Development Cell
* Industry Linkage Cell
* Corporate Services Academy
Department Name with Courses Details Department of English
M.A.
Ph.D
SCOPE
D.E.L.L. Courses affiliated To BAOU:
(i) Foundation in English
(ii) Certification in English
(iii) Diploma in English
Department of Hindi M. A.
Ph.D.
Department of Gujarati M.A.
M.Phil
Ph.D.
Department of Economics M.A.
Ph.D.
Department of Sociology M.A.
Ph.D
M.S.W. (Self Finance)
Department of History M.A. (History)
Department of Psychology M.A.
Ph.D
Department of Mathematics M.Sc. (Mathematics)
Ph.D. (Mathematics)
P.G.D.C.A. (Self-finance)
Department of Chemistry M. Sc.
Specialization is offered in Semester-III & IV in the following branches
Organic Chemistry
Analytical Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry
Physical Chemistry
Department of Physics M.sc (Physics)
Specialization in Electronics.
Ph.D
Department of Statistics
M.Sc. (Statistics)
Ph.D. (Statistics)
Department of Life Science M.Sc. Botany
Microbiology and Zoology
Ph.D.
Department of Marine Science
M.Sc.
Department Computer Science & Application
M.C.A.
Ph. D.
Department of Commerce M.Com.
Ph.D.
Department of Education M. Ed.
Ph. D.
Department of Business Adminintration Ph.D.
M.Phil
M.B.A.
P.G.D.B.M.
P.G.D.D.M.
P.G.D.S.M.
Department of Bioinformatics
M.Sc. Bioinformatics
Department of Sanaskrit
M.A. in Sanskrit
Department of Library & Information Science
B.L.I.Sc.
M.L.I. Co.
Department of Social Work
M.S.W. (Self Finance)

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Punjab University B.Ed Result 2010 | Punjab University Result 2010 | www.puchd.ac.in
Punjab University Published B.Ed Chandigarh College and Through Correspondence studies Examination result 2010.
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Punjab University 2nd Counselling Schedule for B.Pharma., B.Sc. (H.S.), BALLB (Hons.) Integrated Course, B.Sc. (Hospitality and Hotel Admn.), B.Sc. (Tourism and Management) and MCA
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Jiwaji University BA IV Semester Back Paper Exam Result December 2009 | Jiwaji University BA Result | www.jiwaji.edu
Jiwaji University Gwalior Published BA IV Semester Back Paper Examination Result December 2009.
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About Jiwaji University
Jiwaji University was established as a teaching and affiliating University on 23rd May 1964, under the provision of M. P. Government Ordinance no. 15 of 1963. Dr. Sarwapalli Radhakrishanan, the then President of India, laid the foundation stone of the University Campus on 11th December 1964.
Right from its inception, Jiwaji University started with a status of a residential and an affiliating University. The territorial jurisdiction of the affiliation extends to six districts of Gwalior and Chambal Division, viz., Gwalior, Morena, Bhind, Guna, Shivpuri and Datia. To begin with, the University had a total of 29 affiliated colleges. Those have steadily increased to more than 100 colleges. Till date of 26 Government and 7 non-Government colleges impart teaching up to postgraduate level. Some of the colleges have also developed into recognized research centers.
The university started post-graduate teaching and research from the session 1966-67 with the establishment of Schools of Studies in Botany and Zoology. The Schools of Studies in Physics, Chemistry and Ancient History, Culture and Archaeology were started from the session 1969-70. The School of Studies in Economics and Mathematics came into existence from the session 1978-79, which the School of Studies in Commerce started from the session 1980-81 and that of Biochemistry from the session 1986-87. The University also started MBA course under the School of studies in Commerce from the session 1987, during the VII plan period the School of Studies in Library and Information Science was established in 1986. Under the VIII plan development programme University has established School of Studies in Earth Science in 1991.
A post-graduate Diploma Course in tourism (PGDTM) was also started Presently the SOS in tourism is running Master in tourism administration programme . The University has also a center of foreign Language since 1986, which presently imparts diploma and certificate courses in English, French, German and Russian.
The Indira Gandhi Academy of Environment Education, on interdisciplinary programmes of environment and Eco planning was established in 1989.
A Center for M. Phil Studies in Sociology and Political Science was established in 1990.
The University science and Instrumentation Center (USIC) extends facilities for fabrication and maintenance of laboratory instruments of School of Studies and affiliated colleges. M.P. Council of Science & Technology, Bhopal has established a local cell (MPCOST) to coordinate and monitor various research projects and other scientific activities under the scheme.
The University central Library has a collection of over 1,40,000 books and about 8000 bound volumes of research journals. It also contains a section of unpublished theses. Presently more than 142 Indian and Foreign journals are being subscribed. The Library also contains Internet access, microfilm reader, 16-mm projector, and a number of films on various subjects. Beside Central library, each School of Studies has a library, well equipped with books and journals, useful for advanced study.
The physical education Department of the University takes care of the games and sports of the students. Dean, Students Welfare looks after the extra curricular activities of the University. This wing has developed advanced facilities for music, dance and drama and other performing arts with an auditorium well equipped for such events. The university has been hosting state and regional level Youth Festivals.
Dean of college development Council (DCDC) coordinates and monitors the academic activities of the affiliated college of the University. The Department of Adult and continuing Education of the University has established itself as leading centre in the region.
This is the first University in the state to implement the self supporting programmes. We started this activity as far back as 1987 by introducing the PG Diploma in Computer Applications. Subsequently, the university started job oriented courses in -
* Computer science,
* Chemicals, sales and marketing management,
* Instrumentation and commercial methods of Industrial analysis,
* Environmental Chemistry,
* Microbiology,
* Molecular Biology and Immunology,
* Master in computer application,
* Bachelor in Physical Education,
* Master of Physical Education,
* Refrigeration technology are being started very shortly, etc

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CCS University BCA IV Semester Result 210 | CCS University BSc I Year Result 2010 | CCS University MPT Result 2010 | www.ccsuniversity.ac.in
Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut Published BCA-IV Semester (823); B.Sc. B.Sc. Biotechnology – I Year (778) and M.P.T. – I & II (Detained Centre – 945); B.Sc. Home Science (Professional College) – VI Sem (Detained Centre- 828); BPE – I Year Examination Result 2010.
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Chaudhary Charan Singh University

Chaudhary Charan Singh University, formerly Meerut University is located in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. The university was established in 1965. It was later renamed to its current name after Chaudhary Charan Singh, former Prime minister of India. The University celebrated its silver jubilee in 1991 and is now one of the premier educational institutions of the country

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Bank of India Clerk Exam English Language Questions Held on 22-6-2008
Directions—(Q. 1–15) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/phrases are printed in bold to help you to locate them while answering some of the questions. The King of Kanchi set off to conquer Karnat. He was victorious in batttle. The elephants were laden with sandalwood, ivory, gold and precious stones taken from the conquered kingdom of Karnat. They would be a part of the victory parade for his subjects. On his way back home he stopped at a temple, finished his prayers to the goddess and turned to leave. Around his neck was a garland of scarlet hibiscus and as was the custom for all, his forehead was anointed with red sandal paste. His Minister and the court jester were his only companions. At one spot, in a mango grove by the wayside, they spied some children play. The King said, “Let me go and see what they are playing.” The children had lined up two rows of clay dolls and were playing warriors and battles. The King asked, “Who is fighting whom ?” They said, “Karnat is at battle with Kanchi.” The King asked, “Who is winning and who is the loser ?” The children puffed their chests up and said, “Karnat will win and Kanchi will lose.” The Minister froze in disbelief, the King was furious and the jester burst into laughter.
The King was soon joined by his troops and the children were still immersed in their game. The King commanded, “Cane them hard.” The children’s parents came running from the nearby village and said, “They are naive, it was just a game, please grant them pardon.” The King called his commander and ordered, “Teach these children and the village a lesson so that they never forget the King of Kanchi.” He went back to his camp. That evening the Commander stood before the King. He bowed low in shame and said, “Your Majesty, with the exception of hyenas and vultures, all lie silent in the village.” The Minister said, “His Majesty’s honour has been saved.” The priest said, “The goddess has blessed our King.” The jester said, “Your Highness, please grant me leave to go now.” The King asked, “But why ?” The jester said, “I cannot kill, I cannot maim, I can only laugh at God’s gift of life.” Trembling in the face of the king’s anger he bravely continued, “If I stay in your Majesty’s court, I shall become like you and I shall forget how to laugh.”
1. Why were the elephants carrying loads of gold and other valuables ?
(A) This was what the king had looted from Karnat to distribute among his soldiers as a reward
(B) This was the king’s offering to the deity out of gratitude for making him victorious
(C) It was what the king had plundered from Karnat to display to the people of his kingdom as a sign of victory
(D) So that the people of the kingdom of Karnat acknowledged him as their new ruler
(E) None of these
2. Why did the king anoint his head with red sandal paste ?
(A) As a mark of celebration to show he had been victorious
(B) It was the usual practice for all devotees at the temple
(C) To show other devotees that he was king
(D) The priest requested him to do so
(E) To show his soldiers that he had visited the temple
3. Which of the following cannot be said about the jester ?
1. He was not a loyal subject of the king.
2. He was afraid of the king’s temper.
3. He did not support the king’s war against Karnat.
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(A) Both 1 and 3
(B) Only 1
(C) Both 1 and 2
(D) All 1, 2 and 3
(E) None of these
4. What excuse was given for the childrens’ behaviour ?
(A) They were disobedient to their parent’s wishes
(B) They were unaware of the true facts of the battle
(C) They were upset that their army had lost
(D) They were in the habit of lying
(E) None of these
5. Why did the jester laugh at the children’s reply to the king ?
1. They correctly predicted the outcome of the battle.
2. Their reply was cheeky because they knew he was the king.
3. He wanted to show that their reply was a joke to save them from being punished by the king.
(A) Only 1
(B) Both 1 and 2
(C) Only 3
(D) Both 2 and 3
(E) None of these
6. Which of the following is true in the context of the passage ?
(A) The king stopped at the temple to see what else could be plundered
(B) The people of the village to which the children belonged developed great respect for the king
(C) The Commander was ashamed at having obeyed the king’s orders to cane the children
(D) The jester was unhappy that the king had defeated the army of Karnat
(E) The children had shown disrespect to the goddess by playing so close to the temple
7. Why did the jester resign from his post ?
(A) He felt that the king was too influenced by the Minister
(B) To show that he disapproved of the king’s action of punishing the children
(C) He did not want to accompany the king on his war campaign
(D) He was no longer able to make the king laugh
(E) None of these
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8. Which of the following describes the Minister ?
1. He was jealous of the jester.
2. He was the king’s most valuable advisor.
3. He did not have a good sense of humour.
(A) Only 1
(B) Only 3
(C) Both 1 and 3
(D) Both 1 and 2
(E) None of these
9. Which of the following was/were the outcome(s) of the soldiers beating the children ?
1. The animals began to howl and wanted to attack the soldiers.
2. The children’s parents went to the king to beg for mercy.
3. The priest offered prayers to the goddess of the temple.
(A) Only 1
(B) All 1, 2 and 3
(C) Both 1 and 2
(D) Only 2
(E) None of these
10. Why was the king angry with the children ?
(A) Because the game they were playing was dangerous
(B) They had lied to him
(C) They did not recognize him as king
(D) They had unknowingly insulted him
(E) They were rude to him
Directions—(Q. 11–13) Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word printed in bold as used in the passage.
11. froze
(A) cold
(B) numb
(C) shivered
(D) stood still
(E) chill
12. leave
(A) holiday
(B) transfer
(C) exit
(D) permission
(E) farewell
13. spied
(A) noticed
(B) keep watch
(C) followed
(D) spot
(E) caught
Directions—(Q. 14–15) Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage.
14. immersed in
(A) safe from
(B) distracted from
(C) boring
(D) drowning in
(E) entertained by
15. pardon
(A) punishment
(B) excuse
(C) convict
(D) intolerance
(E) imprison
Directions—(Q. 16–20) Which of the phrases (A), (B), (C) and (D) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (E) as the answer.
16. Your bonus will dependent the quality of your work.
(A) is dependable
(B) depends on
(C) being dependent
(D) going to depend
(E) No correction required
17. He did not ask for a raise since he had fear to lose his job.
(A) was fearful of
(B) was feared to
(C) was afraid to
(D) had been afraid to
(E) No correction required
18. The organizers agreed to shift the conference at some place convenience to all participants.
(A) any of the place convenient
(B) at places convenient
(C) from a place of convenience
(D) to a place convenient
(E) No correction required
19. As compared to last year there has been a sharp rise in interest rates.
(A) sharper rise of
(B) as sharp a rise
(C) sharp rises in
(D) sharply rising
(E) No correction required
20. In the 1970s banks required to submit their detailed plans of expansion to RBI.
(A) were required to submit
(B) required for submission
(C) are required to submit
(D) requirement of submitting
(E) No correction required
Directions—(Q. 21–25) Rearrange the following Six sentences (1), (2), (3), (4), (5) and (6) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them—
1. I had paid a lot of attention during training and could easily answer the questions till I came to the last one. What is the name of the lady who cleans your floor ?
2. ‘Yes’, he replied. “In your career you will meet many people all of whom are significant even if all you do is greet them.”
3. I thought the question was a joke. I had seen her but how would I know her name ?
4. During my internship we were given a quiz to see how much we had learnt.
5. I have never forgotten this lesson.
6. I submitted my paper leaving the last question blank and asked the manager if it would count for assessment.
21. Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement ?
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4
(E) 5www.way2freshers.com
22. Which of the following will be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement ?
(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 4
(D) 6
(E) 5
23. Which of the following will be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement ?
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4
(E) 5
24. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement ?
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4
(E) 5
25. Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement ?
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3
(D) 4
(E) 5
Directions—(Q. 26–30) In each sentence below four words have been printed in bold which are lettered (A), (B), (C) and (D). One of these words may be wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the wrongly spelt or inappropriate word. The letter of that word is the answer. If all the words are correctly spelt and are appropriate the answer is (E), i.e. ‘All correct’.
26. My gole (A) is to acquire (B) a position (C) of authority (D) and respect within the organization. All correct (E)
27. The refusal
(A) of the Ministry to clear pending (B) dues is a course (C) for concern (D) . All correct (E)
28. He was convinced
(A) that discipline (B) and hard work would result (C) in dividents (D) in the long run. All correct (E) 29. This is a company which believes
(A) in transparency (B) and appointment is done strictly (C) on merit (D). All correct (E)
30. There will be a decline
(A) in the probability (B) of oil companies because of the hike (C) in oil prices (D). All correct (E)
Directions—(Q. 31–40) Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it.The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (E) i.e. ‘No error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.)
31. The revised government’s
(A) /guidelines have reduced (B)/ the number of mergers (C) / taking place among banks. (D) No error (E)
32. I do not know
(A) / who of the (B) /new trainees should (C) / be confirmed. (D) No error (E)
33. To promote India as
(A) / a tourist destination (B)/ the government has organized (C) / many cultural programmes. (D) No error (E)www.way2freshers.com
34. Banks in India
(A) / cannot open ATMs (B)/ except obtaining (C) / approval from RBI. (D) Noerror (E)
35. Today the success of
(A) / companies depends on the (B)/ quality of their products and(C) /efficient managing staff. (D) No error (E)
36. Ashok has managed to
(A) / achieve his sales targets (B)/ for the quarter very easily (C) / than we expected. (D) No error (E)
37. He did not grant (A) / their request for a loan (B)/ although it would (C) / displease his boss. (D) No error (E)
38. At present oil companies (A) / are making a loss of (B)/ rupees five on all (C) / litre of petrol that they sell. (D) No error (E)
39. The manager’s belief that (A) / Ramesh is (B)/ incompetent is not (C) / necessary true. (D) No error (E)
40. Since I was doing (A) / my MBA I initially (B)/ chose to specialize (C) / in marketing management. (D) No error (E)
Directions—(Q. 41–50) In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case. He was a charismatic leader, an entrepreneur and a highly effective manager all rolled into one. As a leader, he …(41)… the company’s growth plan in a dedicated manner and he never …(42)… focus. The cement industry in those days was doing badly. …(43)… to everyone’s expectations he sanctioned an additional plant in …(44)… time. He was …(45)… that since the cement industry was cyclic in nature, by the time the plant was …(46)… the market would have improved. It did happen and the decision brought rich …(47)… when the plant was commissioned. Not only was he a great entrepreneur but he also …(48)… all his senior people to be ‘practising entrepreneurs’. I have seen a similar example at the Asian Institute of Management, which allows its professors to …(49)… their own business. This made their lectures more practical and less theoretical. It is the …(50)… of the Institute’s success.
41. (A) achieved
(B) implemented
(C) visualised
(D) persevered
(E) aimed
42. (A) moved
(B) shifts
(C) missed
(D) changes
(E) lost
43. (A) Contrary
(B) Opposite
(C) Yet
(D) Obedient
(E) Different
44. (A) any
(B) mean
(C) short
(D) no
(E) less
45. (A) known
(B) calculating
(C) certain
(D) dreamt
(E) surely
46. (A) operational
(B) install
(C) use
(D) producedwww.way2freshers.com
(E) new
47. (A) supply
(B) diversity
(C) rewards
(D) pay
(E) knowledge
48. (A) thought
(B) tried
(C) wished
(D) encourage
(E) wanted
49. (A) expand
(B) function
(C) chose
(D) run
(E) risk
50. (A) responsibility
(B) secret
(C) guarantee
(D) prize
(E) value
Answers with Hints
1. (C) 2. (B) 3. (B) 4. (B) 5. (E)
6. (C) 7. (E) 8. (B) 9. (D) 10. (D)
11. (B) 12. (D) 13. (B) 14. (B) 15. (A)
16. (B) 17. (C) 18. (D) 19. (E) 20. (A)
21. (A) 22. (E) 23. (B) 24. (D) 25. (C)
26. (A) Correct spelling is ‘goal’.
27. (C) Correct spelling is ‘cause’.
28. (D) Correct spelling is ‘dividends’.
29. (E) 30. (B)www.way2freshers.com
31. (A) Write ‘the government’s revised’.
32. (B) Write ‘which of the’.
33. (C) Write ‘the government is organizing’.
34. (C) Write ‘without obtaining’.
35. (D) Write ‘efficient managerial staff’.
36. (C) Change ‘very easily’ to ‘more easily’.
37. (C) Write ‘even though it would’.
38. (C) Write ‘each in place of ‘all’.
39. (D) Write ‘necessarily true’.
40. (B) Delete ‘my’.
41. (B) 42. (C) 43. (A) 44. (D) 45. (B)
46. (A) 47. (C) 48. (E) 49. (D) 50. (B)

0 Reasoning Ability Solved Paper For UCO Bank Clerk Exam

1.(i) ‘P× Q’ means ‘Q’ is mother of ‘P’.
(ii) ‘P × Q’ means ‘P’ is brother of ‘Q’.
(iii) ‘P – Q’ means ‘P’ is sister of ‘Q’.
(iv) ‘P ÷ Q’ means ‘Q is father of ‘P’.
Which of the following definitely means R is grandson of K?
(a) R × T ÷ Kwww.way2freshers.com
(b) M + R × T ÷ K
(c) M – R × T ÷ K
(d) Cannot be determined
(e) None of these.
Ans (e)
2. How many such pairs of digits are there in the number 95137248 each of which has as many digits between them in the number as when they are arranged in ascending order?
(a) None
(b) One
(c) Two
(d) Three
(e) More than three.
Ans (b)
3. In a certain code PATHOLOGIST is written as PIUBQKSRHFN. How is CONTROVERSY written in that code?
(a) SUOPDNXRQDUwww.way2freshers.com
(b) SUOPDNZTSFW
(c) QSMNBPXRQDU
(D) QSMNBPZTSFW
(e) None of these.
Ans (a)
4. In a certain code PATHOLOGIST is written as PIUBQKSRHFN. How is CONTROVERSY written in that code?
(a) SUOPDNXRQDU
(b) SUOPDNZTSFW
(c) QSMNBPXRQDU
(D) QSMNBPZTSFW
(e) None of these.
Ans (a)
5. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
(a) Food : Hungerwww.way2freshers.com
(b) Water : Thirst
(c) Air : Suffocation
(d) Talent : Education
(e) Leg : Lame
Ans (d)www.way2freshers.com
6. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that
does not belong to that group?

(a) Crow
(b) Vulture
(c) Bat
(d) Ostrich
(e) Eagle
Ans (c)
7. Which of the following has the same relationship as that of Money : wealth?
(a) Pity : Kindness
(b) Cruel : Anger
(c) Wise : Education
(d) Pride : Humility
(e) None of these.
Ans (a)
8. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group which is the one that does not belong to that group?
(a) 29
(b) 85
(c) 147
(d) 125
(e) 53
Ans (d)
9. If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the second, the sixth and the ninth letters of the word PERMEABILITY, which of the following will be the first letter of that word? If no such word can be formed give ‘N’ as the answer. If only two such words can be formed give ‘D’ as the answer and if more than two such words can be formed give ‘Z’ as the answer.
(a) M
(b) L
(c) N
(d) D
(e) Z
Ans (e)
10. In a certain code language BEAM is written as 5%*K and COME is written as $7K%. How is ‘BOMB’ written in that code?
(a) 5%K5
(b) 57K5
(c) $7K$
(d) 5$%5
(e) None of these
Ans (b)www.way2freshers.com
11. Find the number of days from 26-1-1996 to 15-5-1996 (both days inclusive)
(a) 110
(b) 112
(c) 111
(d) 113
(e) None of these
Ans (a)
12. Find the wrong number in the following sequence: 22, 33, 66, 99, 121, 279, 594
(a) 279
(b) 594
(c) 121
(d) 33
(e) None of these
Ans (a)
13. A father is now three times as old as his son. Five years back he was four times as old as his son. What is the age of the son now?
(a) 12
(b) 15
(c) 18
(d) 20
(e) None of these
Ans (a)
14. How many times between 4 a.m and 4 p.m will the hands of a clock cross?
(a) 4
(b) 8
(c) 10
(d) 11
(e) None of these
Ans (d)
15. Five students are sitting in row. T is on right of Z. M is on the left of Z but is on the right of L. T is on the left of Q. Who is sitting first from the left? Here students are represented by the letters T, Z, M, L and Q
(a) Z
(b) T
(c) Q
(d) L
(e) None of these
Ans (d)www.way2freshers.com
16. ANGER : 37219 : : NEAR:
(a) 7219
(b) 9132
(c) 1372
(d) 7139
(e) None of these
Ans (d)
17. What is the letter immediately to the right of the letter which is seven letters to the right of ‘W’, considering all the letters of the alphabet written in reverse order from left to right starting from ‘Z’
(a) R
(b) O
(c) M
(d) Q
(e) None of these
Ans (b)
18. If the first day of the year 1990 was a Monday, what day of the week was the 1st January 1998?
(a) Thursday
(b) Tuesday
(c) Wednesday
(d) Friday
(e) None of these
Ans (a)
19. If “good and bad” is coded as 123, “bad is ugly” is coded as 245 and “good is fair” is coded as 436, then what is the code for “fair”?
(a) 1
(b) 4
(c) 6
(d) 5
(e) None of these
Ans (c)
20. Choose the one from the following which is different from others
(a) pen and pencil
(b) tailer and shirt
(c) scooter and cycle
(d) sword and riffle
(e) None of these
Ans (b)www.way2freshers.com
21. If 2 = 1, 3 = 3, 4 = 12, 5 = 60 then 6 = …..?
(a) 120
(b) 180
(c) 720
(d) 360
(e) None of these
Ans (d)
22. What is the next letter of the series, F, I, L, O, …..?
(a) M
(b) N
(c) R
(d) P
(e) None of these
Ans (c)
23. How many ’5′ s are there which are followed by 0 and preceded by 0 in the following series 157050700512515050050
(a) 1
(b) 5
(c) 4
(d) 3
(e) None of these
Ans (d)
24. A boy goes to see a movie and sees a man sitting to his left. He found that the man was his relative. The man is the husband of the sister of his mother. How is the man related to the boy?
(a) Uncle
(b) Nephew
(c) Brother
(d) Father
(e) None of these
Ans (a)
25. A person traveled 20 km in the northward direction, then traveled 4 km in eastward direction, then traveled 10 km in the northward direction again, then traveled 3 km in the eastward direction and finally traveled 6 km in the southward direction. How far is he from the starting point?
(a) 17 kmway2freshers.com
(b) 37 km
(c) 31 km
(d) 25 km (e) None of these Ans (d)

0 Karnataka State Open University MBA(IS) I/II Semester Result 2010 | ww.ksoumysore.com

KSOU MBA(IS) 1st and 2nd Sem Result 2010 | Karnataka State Open University MBA(IS) I/II Semester Result 2010 | ww.ksoumysore.com
Karnataka State Open University published MBA(IS) 1st and 2nd Semester examination Result 2010.
Click Here To KSOU MBA(IS) I/II Semester Exam Result 2010

About KSOU

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The Karnataka State Open University established on 1st June 1996 vide Karnataka Govt. Notification No. ED 1 UOV 95 dated 12th February 1996 – KSOU Act 1992 is considered to be a reputed Open University amongst the open learning institutions in the country. Keeping in view the educational needs of our country, in general, and state in particular the policies and programmes have been geared to cater to the needy.
Karnataka State Open University is a recognised University of Distance Education Council (DEC), New Delhi, regular member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), Delhi, permanent member of Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), London, UK, Asian Association of Open Universities (AAOU), Beijing, China, and also has association with Commonwealth of Learning (COL).
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Karnataka State Open University is situated at the North–Western end of the Manasagangotri campus, Mysore. The campus, which is about 5 kms, from the city centre, has a serene atmosphere ideally suited for academic pursuits. The University houses at present the Administrative Office, Academic Block, Lecture Halls, a well-equipped Library, Guest House Cottages, a Moderate Canteen, Girls Hostel and a few cottages providing limited accommodation to students coming to Mysore for attending the Contact Programmes or Term-end examinations.

0 Kerala University B.Ed Admission Application Forms 2010 | www.keralauniversity.ac.in

Kerala University Applications are invited for admission to the B.Ed course for the academic year 2010-2011 conducted directly by University of Kerala at various colleges of Teacher Education as listed below:-
I. Thiruvananthapuram Districta.
University College of Teacher Education, Kumarapuram, Thiruvananthapuram (Dist)
b. University College of Teacher Education, Nedumangad, Thiruvananthapuram (Dist)
c. University College of Teacher Education, Kaniyapuram, Thiruvananthapuram (Dist)http://www.way2freshers.com
II. Kollam District :-
a. University College of Teacher Education, Kollam.
b. University College of Teacher Education, Anchal, Kollam (Dist).
c. University College of Teacher Education, Kulakkada, Kollam.
III. Alappuzha Dist:-
a. University College of Teacher Education, Aryad, Alappuzha (Dist).
b. University College of Teacher Education, Kunnam, Mavelikara, Alappuzha (Dist).
c. University College of Teacher Education, Kayamkulam, Alappuzha (Dist).
IV. Pathanamthitta District:-
a. University College of Teacher Education, Adoor, Pathanamthitta (Dist).
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS OFFERED
1. Mathematics – All Colleges
2. Physical Science – All Colleges
3. Natural Science – All Colleges except Kaniyapuram.
4. Social Science – All Colleges except Kunnam.
5. English – All Colleges except Kulakkada
6. Hindi – Only at Nedumangad, Kollam, Alappuzha,Kunnam, Kayamkulam.
7. Malayalam – All Colleges except Kollam and Kayamkulam
8. Sanskrit – Kumarapuram only.
9. Home Science – Kumarapuram only (will be conducted only
if sufficient no. of candidates are there)
10. Arabic – Only at Alappuzha and Kayamkulam.
11. Commerce – Only at Kumarapuram, Kaniyapuram, Kulakkada and Alappuzha.http://www.way2freshers.com
Separate applications forms are issued for each district. Candidates applying for the same optional subjects at different colleges of one District need submit only one application. Candidates applying for admission in more than one district should submit separate application in the prescribed form issued for that district.
Application forms can be down loaded from the website www.keralauniversity.ac.in from 04.08.2010.
* Filled in application with relevant documents and University pay – in-slip Rs.220/- (Rupees Two hundred and twenty only) or a single DD for Rs. 230/- (Rupees Two hundred and thirty only) towards Registration Fee and cost of application, in favour of the Finance Officer, University of Kerala from SBT / State District Co-operative Bank at Thiruvananthapuram should be sent to
THE DEPUTY REGISTRAR (ACAD II)
UNIVERSITY OF KERALA
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
Separate applications and pay-in-slip/DD are necessary for applying in different districts.
The last date for receiving the filled in application will be 18.08.2010.
For More Application Forms and More Details Click Here

0 Guru Nanak Dev University M.Phil Entrance Test Result 2010 | www.gndu.ac.in

List of qualified candidates for admission in M.Phil (Political Science) on the basis of Entrance Test 2010-11
On the basis of Entrance Test conducted for admission in M.Phil. Semester I (Political Science) academic session 2010-11 held on 30.7.2010, the following candidates have qualified and are eligible to appear for counselling on 5 August 2010 at 11.00 A.M. in the office of the undersigned:
Click Here To Selected Candidates List
Note: In case of seat falling vacant under the general cagegory, the candidate bearing Roll No. 1042 securing 37.5 marks in the Rural Category would be taken as No. I in the waiting list to be followed by Roll No. 1002 who has secured 37 marks and Roll No. 1023 with 36 marks. The successful candidates in the reserve category should also bring the latest certificate of claim for reservation.

0 Yogi Vemana University MBA IV Semester Result 2010

Yogi Vemana University MBA IV Semester Result 2010 | Yogi Vemana University IV Semester MHRM Results 2010 | YVU MBA/MHRM 4th Semester Result 2010
Yogi Vemana University Published MBA, MHRM 4th Semester Examination Result 2010
Click Here to Yogi Vemana University IV Semester MBA Results
Click Here to Yogi Vemana University IV Semester MHRM Results

0 NTSE Class VIII Level Scheme | National Talent Search Examination Class VIII Level Pattern

The National Talent Search Examination will be conducted for students studying at class VIII level. The examination consists of two tests namely the Mental Ability Test (MAT) and the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Each test consists of 90 multiple choice type questions.
Each question has four alternatives marked 1,2,3 and 4. The candidate has to select one correct answer from the given alternatives and mark its number in the answersheet. Each correct answer carries one mark. Thus the total score of a candidate in a test is equal to the number of questions answered correctly by him/her.
To make the candidates acquainted with the questions in the above tests, some sample questions in each of the two tests are given below. These questions will give the candidate, a feel of the nature and level of the questions expected in the test. The answer for each question is provided at the end. The rationale has also been given for some questions, which will help you to understand the logic of the correct answer.

1 HPSC vacancy for Treasury Officer Aug-2010

Haryana Public Service Commission (H PSC)
Bays No.1-10, Block-B, Sector-4, Panchkula (Haryana)

Advt. No.07/2010

Haryana Public Service Commission invites applications from eligible candidates for to the following posts of Assistant Treasury Officers in the Finance Department, Haryana  :

  • Assistan Treasury Officer (Group-B : 09 posts, Pay Scale : Rs.9300-34800 Grade Pay Rs.4600 plus Spl. Pay Rs.100, Qualification : Graduate in any stream (ii) Hindi/ Sanskrit upto Matric (10th) level., Age : 21-40 years as on 31/08/2010. Relaxation is age as per rules.

Application Form : For application form and detailed information write to Secretary, Haryana Public  Service Commission, Bays No.1-10, Block-B, Sector-4, Panchkula by remitting Rs.1000/- (Rs.1000/- for SC/ST of all states and Rs.250/- for SC/ST/BC/ESM/PH/Women of Haryana only) only through IPO/ Bank Draft payable to Secretary HPSC at Panchkula with self addressed (with pin code) envelope of size 24x11 cm size with Rs.40/- for registered post or on cash payment from the the counter.

How to Apply : Filled in application form should be sent to the Commission's office at Bays No.1-10, Block-B, Sector-4, Panchkula by post or in person on or before 31/08/2010.

Please click on the image to view/download the details.

0 Various jobs in TCIL Aug-2010

Telecommunications Consultants India Limited (TCIL)
TCIL Bhawan, Greater Kailash-I, New Delhi – 110048.

Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd. (TCIL) is a prime Public Sector Organization under the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Govt. of India. TCIL requires qualified and experienced candidates for the following posts : 

  1. Manager (Finance) : 03 posts
  2. Deputy Manager (Finance) : 04 posts
  3. Assistant Manager (Building Maintenance) : 01 post 
  4. Accounts Officer : 07 posts
  5. Accountant : 07 posts
Interested candidates may send their application in prescribed format along with photocopies of all documents and two recent passport size photographs. Applications should be complete in all respects and should be addressed to:

Executive Director (HRD),
Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd.,
TCIL Bhawan, Greater Kailash-I, New Delhi – 110048
.


The last date of receipt of the applications is 31/08/2010.

Please visit http://www.tcil-india.com/  for details and application form.

0 Special recruitment for PWD in FCI Aug-2010

Food Corporation of India (FCI)

 Special Recruitment Drive for Persons with Disability (PWD)


Applications are invited from Indian Nationals who fulfill the prescribed qualification, experience and age etc. for the following posts :

  • Management Trainee (Accounts) : 01 post
  • Management Trainee (Depot)  : 01 post 
  • Management Trainee (Tech.) : 01 post 
  • Jr.Engineer (Civil) : 01 post 
  • Asstt Grade-I (Hindi) : 01 post
  • Asstt.Grade-II (Hindi : 01 post
  • AG III (General) : 02 posts
  • AG III (Accounts) : 01 post
  • AG III (Tech) : 01 post
  • AG III (Depot) : 12 posts
  • Typist (Hindi) : 01 post
  • Peon : 02 posts
  • Watchman : 09 posts
  • Sweeper : 01 post



How to Apply : Apply online at FCI website only upto 31/08/2010. After submitting the application, take the  printout of the submitted application form and send it to following address  on or before 07/09/2010   (last date if  15/09/2010 for North Eastern and Kashmir candidates) :
  • Post Box No. 3014, Kalkaji Head Post Office (HPO), New Delhi-110019

Details : Details can be viewed at  http://specialtest.in/fci/WESTSRDPH/FCIWestSRDPH-Adv.pdf  and you can  apply online at http://specialtest.in/fci/WESTSRDPH/

0 Lecturer vacancy in RIE Bhopal Aug-2010

Regional Institute of Education (RIE)
Shyamla Hills, Bhopal (MP)
(Constituent Unit of NCERT, New Delhi)

Applications are invited from eligible candidates to fill-up the following posts of various group in the office of RIE, Bhopal on purely adhoc basis :

  • Lecturer : 24 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 15600-39100/- + Grade Pay Rs. 6000/-, Subjects :  Education (07), Physics (05), Mathematics (02), Hindi (02), Chemistry (01), English (02), Agriculture (01), History (01), Economics (01), Geography (01), Hindi (01)

How to Apply : The application complete in all respects along with copies of educational qualifications, postal address, experience certificate etc. should reach the office of The Administrative Officer, Regional Institute of Education, Shyamla Hills, Bhopal-13 on or before 16/08/2010 upto 5.00 pm.

Please view  http://riebhopal.ac.in/Advertisment_Lecturer_RIE.pdf  for details.

0 JPSC vacancy for Engineering Colleges in Jharkhand Aug-2010


Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC)

Circular Road, Ranchi - 834001

Applications are invited from Indian Citizens for following posts in Government Engineering Colleges in Jharkhand :
  • Principal : 03 posts
  • Professor : 27 posts
  • Assistant Professor : 54 posts
  • Lecturer: 150 posts




How to Apply : Application in the prescribed format should be send on or before 30/08/2010.

For further information and application form, kindly visit http://www.jharkhandjpsc.org/  or click on the image to view/download the details.

0 Army SSC Officer Dental Corps Aug-2010


INDIAN ARMY

Grant of Short Service Commission (SSC) in Army Dental Corps Entry

Applications are invited from Indian Nationals for grant of Short Service Commission (SSC) in Army Dental Corps.

  • SSC Officer Dental Corps : 48 posts, Pay Scale : PB-3 Rs.15600-39100 grade pay Rs.6100 MSP Rs.6000/- plus NPA @35% , Qualification :  Candidate must be BDS (with min. 55%) marks in final year/ MDS from a recognised College/University. (ii) Should have completed one year rotary internship, Age :  45 years

Fee : One DD of Rs.200/- payable at New Delhi in favour of "Director General Armed Forces Medical Services (AP Fund)"

How to Apply :  Candidates should apply to the Director General Armed Forces Medical Services (DGAFMS/DENTAL), Room No.9, 'L' Block, Ministry of Defence, New Delhi -110001, on a plain paper giving particulars in the prescribed application form so as to reach by 31/10/201008.

Please view http://indianarmy.gov.in/writereaddata/WhatsNew/193/SSC-DPC2010.pdf for details and application form.

0 FCI West Zone Assistant vacancy Aug-2010

Food Corporation of India (FCI)
Dheeraj Arma, 2nd Floor, Anant Kanekar Marg, Bandra (East), Mumbai – 400051

  Recruitment  for the post of Assistant Grade III in FCI West Zonal Office 


Applications are invited from Indian Nationals who fulfill the prescribed qualification, experience and age
etc. for the following posts :


  • Assistant Grade III (General) : 90 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-22940 , Age : 18-25 years
  • Assistant Grade III (Accounts) : 55 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-22940 , Age : 18-25 years
  • Assistant Grade III (Technical) : 250 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-22940 , Age : 18-25 years
  • Assistant Grade III (Depot) : 300 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-22940 , Age : 18-25 years
Selection Process : The selection process consists of  written test on 19/12/2010.

Application Fee : Demand Draft of Rs.300/-  in favour of Food Corporation of India, payable at Mumbai. No required for SC/ST and PH candidates.

How to Apply : Apply online at FCI website only upto 31/08/2010. After submitting the application, take the  printout of the submitted application form and send it to following address  on or before 07/09/2010   (last date if  15/09/2010 for North Eastern and Kashmir candidates) :

  • Post Box No. 3165, Kalkaji Head Post Office (HPO), New Delhi-110019

Details : Details can be viewed at http://www.specialtest.in/fci/WESTGROUPAG/FCIWESTGroupAGIII-Adv.pdf and you can  apply online at http://www.specialtest.in/fci/WESTGROUPAG/

2 FCI North Zone Assistant vacancy Aug-2010

Food Corporation of India (FCI)
Zonal Office (North), A-2A, 2B, Sector 24, Noida (UP) – 201 301

  Recruitment  for the post of Assistant Grade III in FCI North Zonal Office 


Applications are invited from Indian Nationals who fulfill the prescribed qualification, experience and age
etc. for the following posts :


  • Assistant Grade III (General) : 250 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-22940 , Age : 18-25 years
  • Assistant Grade III (Accounts) : 150 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-22940 , Age : 18-25 years
  • Assistant Grade III (Quality Control) : 500 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-22940 , Age : 18-25 years
  • Assistant Grade III (Godown) : 700 posts, Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-22940 , Age : 18-25 years
Selection Process : The selection process consists of  written test on 14/11/2010.

Application Fee : Demand Draft of Rs.300/-  in favour of Food Corporation of India, payable at Noida. No required for SC/ST and PH candidates.

How to Apply : Apply online at FCI website only upto 31/08/2010. After submitting the application, take the  printout of the submitted application form and send it to following address  on or before 07/09/2010   (last date if  15/09/2010 for North Eastern and Kashmir candidates) :

  • Post Box No. 4334, Kalkaji Head Post Office (HPO), New Delhi-110019

Details : Details can be viewed at http://www.specialtest.in/fci/NORTHGROUPAG/FCINorthGroupAGIII-Adv.pdf and you can  apply online at http://www.specialtest.in/fci/NORTHGROUPAG/

0 Hindi-Urdu Translotor vacancy in High Court Allahabad Aug-2010

HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT ALLAHABAD

Applications are invited for the post of Translator (Hindi) and Translator (Urdu) on the Establishment of High Court, Allahabad :  
  • Urdu Trnalsator : 02 posts, Age : 21-35 years, Pay Scale : PB 2 Rs. 9300 – 34800 Grade Pay Rs. 4200 
  • Hindi Translator  : 06 posts, Age : 21-35 years, Pay Scale : PB 2 Rs. 9300 – 34800 Grade Pay Rs. 4200

Fee : Rs. 400/- for General Category and Rs.200/- for SC/ST/OBC/ PH in the shape of Bank Draft/Banker’s Cheque issued by Nationalized Bank payable in favour of “Registrar General, High Court, Allahabad”.

How to Apply : Application on plain and thick foolscap paper duly typed in prescribed format alongwith attested photo copy of certificates alongwith a self addressed envelope bearing postage stamps worth Rs. 22/- should be sent to The Registrar General, High Court, Allahabad by Speed Post or Registered post with A.D. only on or before 31/08/2010.
For more information and Application Form, kindly view  http://www.allahabadhighcourt.in/event/urdu_translator_adv_30-07-10.pdf for Urdu Translator and kindly view http://www.allahabadhighcourt.in/event/eng_translator_adv_30-07-10.pdf for Hindi Translator.

0 Class-III and IV Employee vacancy in Mathura Court Aug-2010

District Court, Mathura (UP)

Applications are invited for the following posts in District Court, Mathura :

  1. Stenographer Gr.III  : 07 posts, Pay Scale : PB-1 Rs.5200-20200 grade pay Rs. 2800
  2. Clerk  : 30 posts, Pay Scale : PB-1 Rs.5200-20200 grade pay Rs. 1900
  3. Class-IV Employee (Peon) : 20 posts, Pay Scale : Rs.4440-7440 grade pay Rs.1300
Age  : 18-35 years

How to Apply : Application on the prescribed format should be send by Registered post on or before 21/08/2010 only.
Please view http://www.allahabadhighcourt.in/event/rec_mathura_not-19-07-10.pdf for details and application format is available at  http://www.allahabadhighcourt.in/event/rec_mathura_appl_19-07-10.pdf

0 Haryana PSC Advt. No. 8/2010 for various jobs

Haryana Public Service Commission (H PSC)
Bays No.1-10, Block-B, Sector-4, Panchkula (Haryana)

Advt. No.08/2010

Haryana Public Service Commission invites applications from eligible candidates for to the following posts  :

  1. Divisional Town Planner (DTP) (Technical) : 01 post.
  2. Manager Planning (ATP/ Planning) (Technical) : 02 posts in.
  3. Accounts Officer (Group-B)  : 01 post
  4. Financial Advisor cum Cost Accountant (Group-A) : 01 post
  5. Technical Advisor (Engineering) (Group-A) : 01 post
  6. Divisional Manager (Group-B) : 04 posts
  7. Veterinary Surgeon (HVS-II)   : 180 posts

Application Form : For application form and detailed information write to Secretary, Haryana Public  Service Commission, Bays No.1-10, Block-B, Sector-4, Panchkula by remitting Rs.500/- (Rs.125/- for SC/ST of all states and BC/ESM/PH of Haryana only) only through IPO/ Bank Draft payable to Secretary HPSC at Panchkula with self addressed (with pin code) envelope of size 24x11 cm size with Rs.40/- for registered post or on cash payment from the the counter.

How to Apply : Filled in application form should be sent to the Commission's office at Bays No.1-10, Block-B, Sector-4, Panchkula by post or in person on or before 25/08/2010.

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0 Faculty jobs in SRTMU Aug-2010

The Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University (SRTMU)
Nanded-431606 (Maharashtra), India

Applications are invited for variois Teaching positions in the various Schools of the Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University :

  1. Professor : 06 posts, Pay Scale : Rs.37400-67000 with AGP of Rs. 10000
  2. Associate Professor : 16 posts, Pay Scale  :  Rs.37400-67000 with AGP of Rs. 9000
  3. Assistant Professor : 11 posts, Pay Scale :  Rs.15600-39100 with AGP of Rs. 6000

How to Apply : Candidates should send the application in the prescribed form with attested relevant enclosures in 5 sets to reach the “Registrar, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Vishnupuri, Nanded -431606 (Maharashtra)” on or before 25/08/2010.

0 Anna University B.E/B.Tech Result June/July 2010 | Anna University B.Tech June/July 2010 Examination Result | Anna University Affiliated Colleges UG Result June/July 2010 | www.annauniv.edu.in

Anna University B.E/B.Tech Result June/July 2010 | Anna University B.Tech June/July 2010 Examination Result | Anna University Affiliated Colleges UG Result June/July 2010 | www.annauniv.edu.in
Anna University Published The Affiliated Colleges B.E/B.Tech (Regulation 2007 and 2008) June/July 2010 Examination Result
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about Anna University
Anna University was formed on September 4, 1978 as a unitary type of university. It integrated four technical institutions in the city of Chennai (previously known as Madras), including the College of Engineering, Guindy, established in 1794, and Madras Institute of Technology, established in 1949, which offered the first engineering degrees in India.
Perarignar Anna University of Technology (PAUT) was the original name used in 1978. In 1982 the current name of Anna University was adopted, removing the words “Perarignar” and “Technology”. In December 2001, it was converted into an affiliating university, with almost all engineering colleges in the state of Tamil Nadu under its fold and also absorbing all the six government engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu as its constituent colleges. In all, it brought together about 250 engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu.

0 EDCET 2010 Counselling | EDCET 2010 Web Counseling | EdCET 2010 Counseling Procedure

EdCET 2010 Counseling Procedure
1. Candidates are required to be present on the notified date and time at the notified helpline centres with all the relevant certificates and fee.
2. Candidates are called for registration rank wise. The candidates are required to sign in the registration register and pay the processing fee and proceed for verification of certificates.
3. In case of BC/SC/ST Categories, the candidates are required to submit integrated Community certificate duly signed by Mandal Revenue Officer [MRO].
4. Candidates claiming fee exemption have to produce parental income certificate from all sources up to an annual income of Rs. 1,00,000/- duly signed by MRO after 01- 01-2010.
5. The candidates shall submit all other certificates as notified.
6. The verification officer will verify the genuinity of the certificates produced and collect the certificates.
7. After verification, the candidate shall proceed to issue counter. The following documents will be issued to the candidate
a) Receipt of Certificates b) Scratch Card.
8. The “Scratch Card” contains serial number and hidden “Password”. The candidate is required to verify whether the serial number on the scratch card is the same as the one printed on the Receipt of Certificate. Any discrepancy should be brought to the notice of the camp officer immediately for correction.
9. Candidates need to verify the category printed on receipt of certificates. Any discrepancy should be brought to the notice of Camp Officer immediately for corrections.
10.Read the instructions on the scratch card carefully and keep the scratch card till the end of the admissions for giving options on the web either from helpline centre / home / any other internet facility.
11.The “password” consists ten letter code with English capitals to A to Z. After scratching silver/black panel on the card, the password will be shown. The password is candidate specific. It cannot be used by other candidates for giving options.
12.The detailed instructions for entering options on web is given on http://edcet.apsche.ac.in.
13.On the notified date, the web options are processed and allotment is communicated to the candidate through mobile.
14.Candidate can download the provisional allotment order and report to the concerned college.
15.In case of loss of scratch card, duplicate scratch card will be issued on payment of Rs.200/- with proof of identity along with receipt of certificates at the helpline centres where the candidate attended previously.
16.Candidates are instructed to be careful while exercising options on the web and take the print out of the freezed options.
17.Candidates can give web options from helpline center or internet café or house as per following schedule
given in the notification (see annexure–II)
18.For latest updates, watch the website http://edcet.apsche.ac.in
19.The last date for cancellation of on-line admissions is given below, cancellation Fee is Rs.1000/- and in case of SC/ST, cancellation fee is Rs.500/-. Class work commences on 23rd August 2010.
20.Last date for reporting at colleges is 31st August 2010.
21.Refer Annexure-I for instructions to the candidates for exercising options on web.
22.Candidates shall pay tuition fee and special fee after final allotment at the respective college.
23.Display of allotments on web will be available at 6.00 pm on the following dates.
MethodologyAllotment Date Last date of
cancellation
English / Physics / Mathematics11-08-2010 18-08-2010
Biological Sciences14-08-2010 21-08-2010
Social Studies 18-08-2010 25-08-2010
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0 Anna University Tirunelveli Affliated Colleges B.E/B.Tech Examination June / July 2010 Results

Anna University Tirunelveli Affliated Colleges B.E/B.Tech Examination June / July 2010 Results
Anna University Tirunelveli published Affliated Colleges B.E/B.Tech Examination June / July 2010 Results
Affiliated Colleges B.E/B.Tech (Regulation 2007 and 2008) June/July 2010 Examination Result
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About University

Anna University of Technology Tirunelveli was established on 1 February 2007 as a result of quadrafurcation of Anna University into four universities, namely, Anna University Chennai, Anna University of Technology Trichy, and Anna University of Technology Coimbatore and Anna University of Technology Thirunelveli. The Anna University of Technology Tirunelveli is bestowed with powers to grant affiliations to colleges and universities conducting graduate and post graduate courses related to engineering, technology and management.

Courses offered

* Bachelor of Engineering [Part time]
* Master of Engineering [Full time & Part time]
* Master of Technology – Computer Science(5 year Integrated programme – Full time)
* Master of Technology – Software Engineering (5 year Integrated programme – Full time)
* Master of Technology – Information Technology (5 year Integrated programme – Full time)
* Master of Business Administration (Technology Management)

0 Lucknow University Joint Entrance Examination B. Ed. 2010 Counseling Procedure | Lucknow University B.Ed 2010 Online Counselling | www.lkouniv.ac.in

Lucknow University Joint Entrance Examination B. Ed. 2010 Counseling Procedure | Lucknow University B.Ed 2010 Online Counselling | www.lkouniv.ac.in
Lucknow University Joint Entrance Examination B. Ed. 2010 Online Counselling Start From 3rd August 2010. The Following Important Links For B.Ed Counseling 2010
Instructions for ONLINE Counseling
Counseling Schedule
Print Counseling Letter
Print Duplicate B.Ed. Admit Card
List of Counseling Centers
Directions to Lucknow Counseling Centers
Off-Campus Counseling
Instructions for Off Campus Counseling

0 IBM Placement Paper 16th Jan 2010 | IBM Latest Placement Paper | IBM Placement Paper Sample Questions

IBM Global Service Placement Paper Pattern NIE College,Mysore on 16th jan 2010
Selection Procedure:
1.First is the Wrtten Test
2.GD
3.Technical Interveiw
4. HR
Test Pattern
SECTION-1:
matrix test 15 question – 13 min. [ No negative marks for this section]
SECTION-2:
Number series test 20 question 4 min. 15 mins mathematical[Negative marking(1/4) is there for this section.
SECTION-3:
Analytical type(Apti) 12 question 15 min.[ Negative marking(1/4) is there for this
section.
1.WRITTEN TEST:
This is the new pattern of IBM. this new pattern has been implemented. it contains 3 sections. SECTION 1, some information is given in the form of matrices, with headings for rows as row1,row2 …. Etc.For columns with headings
as column1,column 2…. Etc.those matrices r as follows.
Column1           column2           column3           column4
Row1                   @                    *                         2                      Z
Row2                    S                      K                      ?                      $
Row3                    I                       P                       Z                      +
Row4                    #                      8                       F                      Q
Questions are as follows ( not same questions but same type)
1.if column1 , Column 4 r interchanged and row3 , row4 r interchanged and diagonal elements from top left to bottom right r written in reverse order then what is the element in row1 and column 1?
2.if Z’s in odd numbered rows r replced with 7’s and S’s in odd numbered columns r replaced with 5’s then which column elements sum equals to 9?
3.After giving similar type of conditions , what is the element left to H? In this section they gave around 4 matrices of this type and gave some questions for each matrix.
Total No. of Questions r 15. these r multiple choice questions.5 answers were given for each question.
No negative marks for this section. Time Limit is 13 minutes.
SECTION-2
All questions in this section r from number series. Total number of questions are 20.time limit is 4 minutes.these are also multiple choice questions( 5 options).Negative marking(1/4) is there for this section.
2. NUMBER SERIES (20 qs -4 mins-20 marks- negative 1/4) simple but v shud b very quick….time is very very very imp 4this section frnds dont get confused really very simple section and 1more thing is the invigilaor signals time 4 every 30 secs dont feel tensewth tht just go wth ur work..
1. 17,18,19,34,35,19,20,___
Ans….21
2. 22,21,34,33,45,____
Ans……44
3.40,41,41,42,42,42,44,44,____
Ans…..44
here usually two number series will be mixed it very easy but should identify it
SECTION-3
Negative marking(1/4) is there for this section. Analytical type Questions . this secton is little bit tough.u must have practice to do this section. questions 12.time 15 minutes. Negative marking(1/4) is there for this section.
1 If a company produces 15 different model of tv sets, 2 inchs screen and 4 different model of 4 inch screen size then how many model should vendor has for all the model.
2 If a team consists 20 members in which 20% are mathematician then how many member should they hire sothat the ratio would become 10/11.
3 The rate of color toner increases $33 to $35 and rate of black&white toner increases $28 to $29 if company spend $1540 in which 3/5 is color toner how much is total expenditure.
4 A computer shop consists 3 brand’s alptop .Laptop of brand A is sold 3/16, B is sold 1/16 and c is sold ? then what fraction is sold by the shop in all.
Ans 1/16
5 Printer A prints 8192 character per min and printer B prints 13862 character per min four character are equal to one word. Printer A starts at 7:15 am while Printer B starts at 7:29 am then at what time both will have same no of words printed
6 In a library there are 5 cluster and each is having 44 books(module). In first weak 75 books are used, in second 95, in third 95 and in fourth 160 books are used.then tell how much fraction of books are used
7 We have 171 kg rice custing 7 rs/kg.we have rice at 11 rs/kg and 2 rs/kg .then after mixing 11 rs/kg and 2 rs/kg rice. What is quantity of 11 rs/kg rice ..
Ans : 76.00
8 rectangular room has width half of its length. When 6 is decreased from both length and width then its area is differed by 108 so find the width.
Ans : l =8
W=4
9 rectangular room has width twice of its length. When 6 is decreased from both length and width then its area is differed by 108 so find the width.
L=4
W=8
Here questions will be almost simillar to above but data will be changed.
ROUND-2
GD
ROUND-3
Technical
Round:4
HR

2 University of Mysore UG Result June 2010 | Mysore University Under Graduate Result June 2010 | www.uni-mysore.ac.in

University of Mysore UG Result June 2010 | Mysore University Under Graduate Result June 2010 | www.uni-mysore.ac.in
University of Mysore Published The Under Graduate June 2010 Examination Result.
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Admission procedure

(a) Under Scheme A and Scheme B
The intake for Scheme-A is fixed by the University and Scheme-B seats are partially self-financing consisting of not more than 50% of the seats available under Scheme-A for each course. Reservations to an extent of 15%, 3% and 4% of seats under Scheme-B are earmarked respectively for SC, ST and Category-I candidates and additional two seats are a available for foreign nationals. All applicants will be considered both under Schemes A and B. All the admissions, including those under partially self-financing scheme, are made strictly in accordance with merit.
(b) Under fully Self-Finance Scheme
All the admissions are made strictly according to merit-cum-reservation. Reservation to an extent of 15%, 3% and 4% earmarked for SC/ST and Category-I respectively.
(c)Courses through Common Entrance Test
All admissions for Curses through Common Entrance Test conducted by VTU will be made by the VTU directly.
(d)Application Form for Courses under (a) and (b)
The Application for contains three parts:
Part I: Admission particulars,
Part II: Entrance Examination form,
Part III: Form for admission under Special Categorise( Sports, NCC, NSS etc.)
The admission tickets of the Entrance Examination shall be collected, in person, form the chairperson of the respective Department of Studies, Manasagangothri, Mysore or from the Departments/Collages where the applications are submitted, on or before 10-08-2009
(e)Submission of Application
Candidates who are applying for courses offered at the Postgraduate centres in Manasagangothri, Hassan and Mandya should submit their applications to the chairpersons of the respective Departments of Studies, Manasagangotri, Mysore 570006. Further, candidates applying for the courses listed below should submit their applications to the Chairpersons of Departments of Studies, Manasagangotri, Mysore 570006, as mentioned against each course.
(f)Candidates willing to apply for more than one course or the same course at different postgraduate centres of the University shall submit separate applications.
(g)Candidates claiming seats under more than one special category such as NCC, NSS, Sports etc. Shall enclose as many copies of Part III application as the number of claims. For claiming seats under the categories of Sports/Literary and Culture the candidates should have represented the University of Mysore, in the events included in the Application.
Note: Candidates claiming the benefit of reservation under SC, ST and Category-I shall enclose a self attested photo copy of the valid caste and income certificate issued by competent authority.
(h)The application for admission (Part I) including entrance examination application (Part II), together with the DD wherever applicable, and ( part III) shall be submitted on or before 5.00 PM on 10-08-2009, along with the self attested photocopies of the following documents issued by competent authorities.

0 JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University BCA 1st Year Result 2010 | JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University BCA Result 2010

JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University BCA 1st Year Result 2010 | JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University BCA Result 2010
J.R.N. Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University (Udaipur) Published The BCA Fist Year Examination Result June 2010.
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Open University System (OUS)
Category- OUS
This scheme is only open for BA & B.Com Programs.
For BA : The Student who is interested in getting Enrolled in BA and does not have th formal Educational Qualification, but has completed the age of 18 years till 30 st June for July session admission, and 31 Dec for Jan session admission, is required to pass the course of Preparatory course for Arts and only after successfully completing the course, the student will be entitled to get enrolled in BA and his I year will be counted after passing PCA course (e.g if any student get passed PCA in July and get enrolled in BA in July session than his/her I year Examination will be held in next July Examination.)

For B.Com :
The Student who is interested in getting Enrolled in B.Com and does not have formal Educational Qualification but and has completed the age of 18 th st years till 30 June for July session admission and 31 Dec for Jan session admission, is required to pass the six month course of Preparatory course for Commerce and only after successfully completing the course (PCC), the student will be entitled to get enrolled in B.Com and their I year will be counted only after passing PCC course (e.g if any student get passed PCC in July and get enrolled in B.Com in July session than his/her I year Examination will be held in next July Examination.) Note: If any student fails to clear Preparatory course then he has to reappear after six month for passing the course and only then he can be enrolled for BA/B.Com program. He/She has to get separately enrolled for BA/B.Com Program and not in continuation. The Preparatory courses are in no way equivalent to 10+2 Examination but only provide opportunity to persue BA/BCom from JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University.