EDUCATION TRIBUNE Tuesday, April 10, 2001, Chandigarh, India
 

NIC website gives information on scholarships
V.P. Prabhakar
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ORE and more people are taking advantage of the new website of the Department of Education, Government of India, at the National Informatics Centre (NIC) server (http;//www.education.nic.in) and also an Intranet web server ("webedu").

Tips on tackling examination blues
Bimal Bhatia
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ow that the exams are at hand, donít respond by getting nervous. Getting jittery takes away 30 per cent of your efficiency and dilutes your performance. Here are some tips to enable you to organise yourself and your revision. 

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NIC website gives information on scholarships
V.P. Prabhakar

MORE and more people are taking advantage of the new website of the Department of Education, Government of India, at the National Informatics Centre (NIC) server (http;//www.education.nic.in) and also an Intranet web server ("webedu").

The contents of the site have been designed keeping in view the requirement of learning and teaching communities.

These sites are visited extensively by Indian parents and students, NRIs and foreign students. The profile of the visitors of the sites reveals that more than 50 per cent of them are students, followed by parents, teachers, foreign students and NRIs.

Details regarding various schemes and scholarships under the Department of Education along with application forms have been made available to bring transparency in the working of the department. Details regarding institutions and autonomous bodies supported by the Department of Education have also been included and linked to the websites of these organisations, wherever websites exist.

The online e-mail facility if also part of this website, to facilitate interaction of web visitors with the officers concerned of the department.

A web-enabled database has been designed for the National Programme for Nutritional Support to the primary education project. A data entry module has been developed to feed the monthly report data with details of allocation of rice and wheat, FCI supply, transport and balance.

A web-enabled database has also been designed for the information of courses conducted in all universities. The process of developing a data entry module to feed details of all courses conducted by the universities is underway. It will be possible for a user to search for a course by giving certain parameters or keywords through the query module.

The NIC has developed Intranet-based web services (EDUWEB) for the Department of Education for use by officers at Shastri Bhawan. The main purpose of the EDUWEB is to share department information and compute resources among various bureaus. Some of the important features of the EDUWEB are:

(a) Online access of e-mail address of Chief Secretaries and Education Secretaries of the state governments and senior officers of the department and provision of sending on-line e-mail (b) link with Central Universities Information systems (c) link with export database (d) online access of 50 years of education on CD ROM (e) link with Central universities, IITs, IIMs, RECs, colleges etc (f) Selected speeches of the Education secretary and ministers and (g) bulletin board for the department web enabled database for mid-day meal programme.

The sixth All-India Educational Survey (AIES), a joint project of the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) and the NIC was conducted with September 30, 1993, as the reference date with the twin objective of providing data for educational planning and to create a uniform school database.

Data was collected on eight schedules and 600 statistical reports/tables were generated, at the national, state and district level.

The NIC has designed a new system using a state-of-the-art technology for fulfilling all requirements of non-formal education division. The new system will soon be launched.

Efforts are on for establishing a video-conferencing unit in the department. An integrated service digital network (ISDN) line has been laid and the necessary hardware and software installed. These have been successfully tested thrice.

The NICNET services continue to the copyright office, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, Directorate of Adult Education, Navodhya Vidyala Sangathan and the NCERT. Web-enabled applications have been developed for various centrally sponsored schemes of the department. Technical report on creation of CD-ROM on Hindi Encyclopedia has been submitted.
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Tips on tackling examination blues
Bimal Bhatia

Now that the exams are at hand, donít respond by getting nervous. Getting jittery takes away 30 per cent of your efficiency and dilutes your performance. Here are some tips to enable you to organise yourself and your revision. Also included are some practical hints for you to tackle those questions and score high marks, irrespective of your subjects.

Organise your revision

* Organise yourself and your study environment by tidying up your table, book-shelf and arranging your notes. A cluttered surrounding will only clutter your mind and add to your anxiety.

* The number of hours you sit with a book on your study table doesnít matter. What counts is concentrated study, even for short periods. So, work to concentrate with single minded purpose.

* Rather than rote, absorb a general idea or concept to enable you to think, gain insight and expand the theme. Ability to think deep and laterally will add to your confidence.

* Speed-reading helps. Apart from saving considerable time in going through the text, rapid eye movement across the lines you to absorb the idea rather than eating the words in slow motion.

* It helps to make selective notes in point form on the margin. It will also enhance your recall capacity.

* In reading a lesson/chapter consider this is the last reading in which you will extract the essence. (If you are mentally tuned to read it again in the future, your subconscious will not absorb in the present effort.)

* Take reasonable breaks. Recreation rather than rest helps to kill monotony and freshen the mind. Continuous slogging dulls the mind.

* Meditation helps. Some consider it a waste of time, but it will give you the much required balance and ability to think objectively.

* Discussion with friends and parents is a good way to revise. It will be a good idea to study something outside the prescribed syllabus to connect related aspects.

Taking the exam

* Be present at the exam centre 15 minutes early. If you start late you will have other disasters piling up.

* Carry adequate writing material including spare pens and pencils.

* No matter how good your preparation has been, at least 30 per cent of the questions would have been framed differently or would require a modified response. Here your ability to keep cool and think deeply will enable you to devise the required answer.

* Time management is important. The tendency to devote more time to questions you know better should be curbed. The examiner can give you that much and no more marks than what the question carries. Keep some time to revise in the end.

* If you donít know an answer, donít waste time and move on. Get back to it in the end by which time your mind would have worked something out.

* The examiner will appreciate a neat handwriting with evenly spaced words because he wonít have to decipher what has been in your mind.

* You can help the examiner more by organising your answer in neatly packaged paragraphs containing one point/issue instead of jam-packing several points in a single paragraphs, forcing him to hunt for them.

Finally donít study for marks. Study for enriching yourself. Marks will follow. In any case the job market recognises creativity more than marks.

Enjoy the process of learning without being weighed down. Remember you are amongst the advantaged who can afford an education. People who feel good about themselves produce good results.Top

 

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I am keen on pursuing a course in computers. Please guide.

Pervin Malhotra, tribuneís career expert answers all your career queries.

Q I am keen on pursuing a course in computers. Could you please tell me about the institutes in Delhi offering BE courses in computer science? 

Suman Godhok.

 A In Delhi, the following institutes offer BE/BTech with specialisation in Computer Science:

* Delhi College of Engineering, (affiliated to University of Delhi), Bawana Road, Delhi 110042.

* Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (affiliated to University of Delhi), Sector-3, Dwarka (Pappankalan), New Delhi 110045. Eligibility for these courses is a pass in Class XII with 60% marks (50% for SC/ST) in aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Candidates appearing in the qualifying exam are also eligible. Selection is through a Combined Entrance Examination (CEE) conducted by the University of Delhi. The exam consists of objective-type questions in Physics, Chemistry and Maths containing 60 questions each of 3-hour duration. Candidates applying under defence quota/nominated candidates are exempted from CEE.

* The Indraprastha University, Delhi, offers BTech in Information Technology through affiliated colleges, including the Mahila Institute of Technology for women only.

* The Indian Institute of Technology Computer Science & Engg.). Admission is through IIT-JEE.

Q Are there any institutes in India offering courses in sports medicine?

Dr B.R. Sood.

A Sports Medicine is a great idea. As sports gets increasingly competitive and the stakes increasingly higher, nothing short of 200% fitness can give the player the crucial winning edge. A simple swelling on the wrist may not only result in a dropped catch but could well cause the World Cup to slip from your hands!

Not only does a huge vacuum exist in the area of sports science and medicine, but India also needs top-flight trainers, physiotherapists, nutritionists, psychologists and masseurs to keep our athletes and sportspersons fighting fit.

The following institutions offer courses in Sports Medicine:

* Sports Authority of India, Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports, Motibagh, Patiala-147001. Ph: 0175 202474 Course: PG Diploma for Medical Graduates. Duration: 2 years. Affiliated with the Baba Farid University, it is the only course recognised by the Medical Council of India. Seats: 6. Selection: interview (July). Boarding & Lodging Free. Establisment charges (Rs. 1,500/- to be paid on admission).

* Hospital for Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine, Arthritis & Accident-Trauma (HOSMAT), Bangalore .Ph: 080 5593796 Courses: a) Fellowship Basic Course after MBBS . b) Advance Course for Orthopaedic Surgeons.

* All India Institute of Hygiene & Public Health, Calcutta-700073. Course: Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Medicine, MD (SPM). 

Q I am keen on pursuing a course in computers. Could you please tell me about the institutes in Delhi offering BE courses in computer science.

Suman Godhok.

A In Delhi, the following institutes offer BE/BTech with specialisation in Computer Science:

* Delhi College of Engineering, (affiliated to University of Delhi), Bawana Road, Delhi 110042.

* Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (affiliated to University of Delhi), Sector-3, Dwarka (Pappankalan), New Delhi 110045. Eligibility for these courses is a pass in Class XII with 60% marks (50% for SC/ST) in aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Candidates appearing in the qualifying exam are also eligible. Selection is through a Combined Entrance Examination (CEE) conducted by the University of Delhi. The exam consists of objective-type questions in Physics, Chemistry and Maths containing 60 questions each of 3-hour duration. Candidates applying under defence quota/nominated candidates are exempted from CEE.

* The Indraprastha University, Delhi, offers BTech in Information Technology through affiliated colleges, including the Mahila Institute of Technology for women only.

* The Indian Institute of Technology Computer Science & Engg.). Admission is through IIT-JEE.

Q I am keen on pursuing a career in banking. Could you please tell me about the undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered in this subject?

Gursharan Singh.

A The following universities offer courses in Banking: Undergraduate courses

* University of Chennai, Centenary Buildings Chepauk, Triplicane PO, Chennai 600005. Course: Bachelor of Bank Management (BBM).

* Bharathidasan University, Palkalaiperur, Tiruchirappalli 620024, T.N. Course: BA (Bank Management).

* Manipur University, Canchipur, Imphal 795003, Manipur. Course: BA (Banking). University of Burdwan, PO Rajbati, Distt. Burdwan 713104, West Bengal. Course: BA (Finance). Postgraduate course

* Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Vidya Vihar, Pilani 333031, Rajasthan. Course: MA (Finance).

* Department of Bank Management, Alagappa University, Karaikudi 630004. Course: MBM (Masterís in Bank Management). However, you donít neccessarily have to do a course in banking to get a bank job. Every year, nearly 1,000 vacancies for the post of Probationary Officers in nationalised banks and in SBI are filled through examinations conducted by the Banking Service Recruitment Boards (BSRBs). Eligibility for these exams is graduation in any discipline. Private and foreign banks also take in MBAs and postgraduates in economics, commerce and finance for their various departments, while the Reserve Bank of India conducts its own exam for recruitment of officers in Grades A & B. Other related courses like The Chartered Financial Analyst (3-yrs), Treasury & Forex Management (1-yr) and Certified Investment Banker (1-yr) offered by ICFA, Hyderabad through distance learning could also be looked at.

Q After I have completed my BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery), I would like to pursue further studies. What are the areas of specialisation?

Dr Arun Dhingra.

A You can choose from a wide range of subspecialities at the MDS level (2 yrs). While the clinical options would be an asset if you wish to go into practice, the non-clinical options are a good bet if you are interested in teaching or community work. Clinical options Orthodontia (deals with correction of dental alignments). Pedodontia (is concerned with dental problems of children, overcrowding of teeth, malformation and its correction). Periodontia (deals with oral hygiene and is concerned with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the periodontal tissues like the gums and the jaw bone). Prosthodontia (involves the restoration and maintenance of the oral function, comfort and health by replacing missing teeth and contiguous tissues with artificial substitutes such as dentures). Endodontia (deals with root canal treatment). Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (deals with the diagnosis and surgery required to treat diseases, injuries and defects of the human jaws and associated structures).

Non-clinical options Oral Pathology (deals with the diseases of the mouth. It is the study of the causes, processes and effects of oral disease along with the resultant alterations of oral structure and functions.). Oral Medicine & Dental Radiology (deals with X-raying the tooth etc.). Preventive & Social Dentistry (the dental equivalent of community medicine). If you are interested in academics, you could even consider going in for basic research in materials or medical application research, both of which offer good scope

Q What does graphic design involve? Could you tell me of institutes offering this course?

Sidharth Oswal

A A key component of Commercial Art, graphic design involves several related disciplines such as Typography, Calligraphy, Printing Techniques, Photography, Illustration, Painting, Animation, Audio-Visual Techniques, Book, Magazine and Advertising Design, Packaging, Computer Aided Design and DeskTop Publishing. Apart from possessing the mandatory drawing skills, one needs to be computer savvy as most of the work is done using sophisticated designing software. Graphic designers typically work with advertising agencies, newspapers, publishing houses, film production units, art studios, teaching institutes and at exhibitions. In ad agencies, they are required to design ad layouts, brochures, labels, posters, etc. Having mastered the techniques, you can go on to become a visualiser in the art departments of independent design studios. You can work as a cartoonist or an illustrator for newspapers, magazines, childrenís books, diaries, calendars, greeting cards, etc. Also, there is scope for designers on the Internet. The work involves designing web pages both in terms of illustration design and designing of the text. Television too provides job opportunities. In TV programmes, a graphic designer creates special effects including animation. It is the Graphic Artist who with the help of computer graphics provides a vital support to programmes by conveying messages in an eye-catching manner. You can opt for these courses at the following institutions:

* National Institute Design (NID), Paldi, Ahmedabad 380007 -(e-mail: peterzec@nid.edu).

* University of Delhi, Delhi 110007.

* Jamia Millia Islamia, Mohammad Ali Jauhar Marg, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi 110025.

* Kala Bhavan, Visva-Bharati, PO Santiniketan 731235, Distt. Birbhum, West Bengal.

* Govt. College of Arts & Crafts, 28 J L Nehru Marg, Kolkata-16.

* Sir J J Institute of Applied Art, Dr D N Road, Mumbai.

* Panjab University, Sector 14, Chandigarh 160014. Courses in graphic design and commercial art are also offered at the diploma-level by the:

* Apeejay Institute of Design, 54 Tughlakabad Institutional Area, Mehrauli-Badarpur Road, New Delhi 110062.

* Shankarís Academy of Art & Book Publishing, 4 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi 110002.

* New Delhi YMCA, Centre for Graphic Art & Design, Cultural Centre Building, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi 110001.

Q What is the minimum quailfication to do a course in pharmacy? What are the prospects in this field?

Paramjit Singh

A To become a qualified pharmacist a 2-year diploma in pharmacy is the prime requisite. The minimum qualification is 10th class pass. A 4-year Bachelorís degree in Pharmacy (B.Pharm) leads to openings in drug manufacturing industries, food and drug control organisations, etc. Educational qualification required for this course is 10+2 with physics, chemistry, maths and biology. These courses are offered by a number of institutes. In a drug store a pharmacist may buy and sell drugs and control inventory. Pharmacy graduates are required for appointment as lecturers, drug inspectors, government analysts and sales promotion officers. A pharmacist can serve as a consultant to a physician, advising him on the dosage schedules and possible side effects of the various drugs. Jobs are also available in hospitals and pharmaceutical companies.

Q I am 17 and will be appearing for my Higher Secondary Examination next year. I am interested in a career in the Indian Navy. Can women seek entry into the Indian Navy? If yes, please tell me about the eligibility requirements. Kindly provide me with an address where I can get direct information.

Manpreet Sethi

A Indian Navy recruits women only in the Short Service Commission (SSC) while Permanent Commission jobs are meant only for men. Unmarried women are eligible for several non-combatant posts in the SSC. The duration of SSC is 7 years, extendable to 10 years. Job opportunities for women exist in the following branches:

Executive Branch

Law Cadre: Eligibility: LLB with 55% aggregate and qualifying for enrolment as an Advocate. Age: 22-27 years.

Logistics Cadre: Eligibility: BA (Economics) or BCom with II Div. or Graduation in any subject with degree/diploma in Material/Financial Management. Age: 191/2-25 years.

ATC (Air Traffic Control): Eligibility: BSc II Div. with 50% marks in Physics and Maths. Age: 191/2-25 years.

Educational Branch

Eligibility: Masterís degree in one of the following with 55% aggregate:

Physics (with Maths in BSc) OR

Maths (with Physics in BSc) OR

Chemistry (with Physics & Maths in BSc) OR

Computer Applications/Computer Science (with either Physics or Maths in BSc) OR

Humanities (Eng/Eco/Hist/Pol. Sc.) OR

Engineering degree (Mech/Elect/ Computer Sc/Tech)

Age: 21-25 years.

Watch out for advertisements published in Employment News and other leading national dailies. The selection procedure includes an interview and a comprehensive medical examination.

For further information, you may contact:

Directorate of Manpower Planning & Recruitment, Naval Headquarters, New Delhi 110011.

You can also contact INS Netaji Subhas, Hastings, Calcutta 700022 and Zonal Recruiting Office, 1 Gokhale Road, Calcutta 700020.

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Archival Studies

School of Archival Studies, National Archives of India, Janpath, New Delhi

110001.

Apr 09 (i) Certificate Course in Records Mgt

May 18 (ii) Certificate Course in Care & Conservation of Books

Elig: (i): Graduates below 50 yrs.

(ii): Graduates preferably Science (2nd Div) up to 50 yrs.

Appln F: Send DD for Rs. 25/- favouring "Administrative Officer National

Archives of India" at above address for either course with application form

duly signed by the candidate or by the sponsoring authority with all

particulars.

Armed Forces

Apr 24 Indian Air Force, PO Bag No. 001, DHQ PO, New Delhi 110011.

Recruitment of Male Officers in Administrative Branch on Short Service

Commission for Fighter/Air Traffic Controller Duties.

Elig: Unmarried Indian males below 19 yrs with, 3-yrs Bachelorís Degree (60%

agg) or 2-yrs PG (50% agg) or MBA/PGDBA (2-yrs FT/3-yrs PT AICTE approved) or

LLB (3 or 5 yrs).

Appln F & Details: See Employment News: 31 Mar-6 Apr.

Engineering

Apr 9 The Punjab State Board of Technical Education & Industrial Training,

Plot No. 1-A, Sector 36-A, Chandigarh.

JET 2001 (For Admission in Polytechnics/Institutions affiliated to The Board &

UT, Chígarh)

Elig: Matriculation or equiv.

Test: May 20.

Appln F: Available at the Board office at select branches of the Bank of

Punjab & Union Bank of India. Examination Fees: Rs. 475/- (SC/ST for Rs.

250/-).

Apr 20 M. P. Professional Examination Board, ĎChayan Bhavaní, Main Rd No. 1,

Chinar Park (E), Bhopal 462011.

E-mail: vyapam@mp.nic.in

MPET for Admission to BE & BArch Courses in MP & Chattisgarh

Elig: 10+2 (PCM) for PET & PCM/Bio/Agri/Forestry for PAT. Candidates from

outside MP can also apply.

Test: 2 & 3 June at N Delhi, Jaipur, Lucknow & some cities of MP and Chattisgarh.

Appln F: Send DD Rs. 150/- favoring "Professional Examination Board" payable

at Bhopal at the above address. At counter Rs. 75/- (cash).

May 14 Netaji Subhash Instt. of Technology, Sector-3, Dwaraka, Azad Hind Fauj

Marg, New Delhi-110045.

E-mail: deanpg@nsit.a.c.in

PHD (F/T)

MTech (F/T)

Elig:

For (1): Masterís in Engg/Tech or Equiv in relevant area (70% agg).

For (2): Scholarship holders: Degree in Engg/Tech in Electronics &

Commun/Comp/Electro/Elect/Instru & Control Engg OR AMIE and valid GATE score.

Non-scholarship holders: Same as above. Valid GATE score holders preferred.

Teaching/Research Assistantship for PhD Rs. 6000/- pm.

Appln F: Send DD Rs. 100/- favouring "Head of Office NSIT New Delhi-110045"

payable at SBI (Code No. 1706) along with a self-addressed stamped (Rs. 30/-)

envelope (25 x 20 cm) superscribing "Appln for admission to PhD

Programme/MTech Programme" to the Officer-in-Charge (Acad). At above address.

Also at counter against DD.

May 28 Centre for Electronics Design & Technology of India (CEDTI), MMM Engg

College Campus, Gorakhpur 273010.

Ph.: 0551-273371, 273872, Fax: 0551-273873

MTech Electronics Design & Technology (3 sem)

Elig: BE/BTech in Electron/Elect/Instrum/equiv or MSc (Electron/Instrum/Phys

with specialization in Electron) with 55% agg (GATE qualified preferred).

Test: June 24.

Appln F: Send DD for Rs. 400/- favouring "Director CEDTI,Gorakhpur" payable at

Gorakhpur along with self-addressed slip (15 x 23 cm), stamped

(Rs. 33/-) at above address.

Fashion

June 9 School of Fashion Technology BNCA Bldg, Cummins Engg College Campus,

Karvenagar, Pune 411052. (in Collaboration with NIFT).

E-Mail: bnca@vsnl.com

(i) Certificate Program (P/T)

Fashion Retail Mgt (PG)/Computer Assisted Fashion Design (UG)(1-yr)

(ii) Under Graduate Program (F/T)

Fashion Apparel Design (2 yrs)

(iii) PG Programm (F/T)

Apparel Production/Merchandising Mgt/Fashion Design/Clothing Technology/

Textile Design

Elig: For PG: Bachelorís degree or diploma (10+2+3).

For UG: 10+2 or equiv.

For FRM: Graduating MBAs/Bachelorís degree.

Test: June 24.

Appln F: Send DD for Rs. 300/- favouring "School of Fashion Technology"

payable at Pune to the above address. At counter Rs. 250/- (cash).

Institutes

Apr 30 Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, PO Gurukul Kangri, Haridwar 249404, UP.

(i) MCA (3 yrs)

(ii) MSc (2 yrs) Physics/Chem/Maths/Microbio/Environ Sc

(iii) MBA/MBE/MBF (2 yrs)

Elig:

For (i): Graduate (TDC) 50% agg (maths in 10+2).

For (ii): For Maths/Phys & Chem graduate (TDC). For Microbiology graduate

(TDC) in Biology for environmental Sc BSc/BSc (Agri) with 50% agg.

For (iii): Graduate (TDC) 55% agg.

Age: below 23 yrs.

Test: 2 June. For MCA/MBA Jun 3 at Haridwar, Dehradun & Delhi.

Appln F: Send DD for Rs. 140/- (Rs. 340/- for sponsored/NRIs) favouring

"Registrar, Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar" drawn at PNB or SBI

payable at Haridwar. At counter Rs. 100/- cash (Rs. 300/- for

sponsored/NRIs).

Banaras Hindu University, Instt. of Medical Sciences, Varanasi 221005.

Website: www.bhu.ac.in

May 7 (i) (a) MD/MS

Psychatry/ Radiotherapy/ Pathalogy/Anesthesiology/PSM/ Microbiol/ Pharmacol/

Biochem/ Physiol/ Forensic Med/ Anatomy

(b) MD/MCh (3 yrs) Pediatric Surgery/Plastic Surgery/Nephrology

May 31 (ii) MPharm/MTech (3 sem)

(Ceramic/Chem/Civil/Electrical/Electron/Mech/ Mining/ Metallurgy and other

inter disciplinary courses)

Elig: For (i): (a) MBBS with 1-yr Compulsory Rotating Internship by March 31.

(b): MD/MS Examination.

For (ii): BTech with GATE (2000-1 only)/BPharm or equiv (60% agg).

Appln F: For (i) Send DD Rs. 600/- favouring "Director, Instt. of Medical

Sciences, BHU" payable at Varanasi with a self-addressed, stamped (Rs. 23/-)

envelope (25 x 16 cm) to the Director at the above address. Also at counter.

For (ii) Send DD Rs. 300/- favouring "Institute of Technology, BHU" payable at

SBI BHU (code 0211) with self-address envelope (23 x 10 cm) stamped Rs. 25/-

to Asst Registrar (Acad) at the above address.

May 24 Banasthali Vidyapith, PO Banasthali Vidyapith Rajasthan 304022.

Website: www.banasthali.org

(i) MBA

(ii) MSc (Biotech)

Elig: For (i): Bachelorís Degree

For (2): Women with Bachelorís in Biological/Phy

Sc/Pharma/Agri/Vet/Fishery/Engg/Tech or Med (55% agg) (50% for SC/ST)

Test: Jun 24, at 6 centres including Delhi & Bílore.

Appln F: For (1): Send DD for Rs. 300/- favouring "Banasthali Vidyapith A/C

WISDOM" payable at Banasthali/Jaipur to the Dean,WISDOM at above address

For (2): Send DD Rs. 125/-or Rs 150/-(for Speed Post) favouring "Banasthali

Vidyapith" payable at Banasthali/Jaipur to the Secretary at above address.

Management

Apr 16 All India Mgt Association, Mgt House, 14, Institutional Area, Lodhi

Road, New Delhi 110003

Website: www.aima-ind.org

PGDM (Mgt/HRD/Intl Mgt) & PGDITM (IT Mgt/ECom)

Elig: Graduation.

Test: May 13.

Appln F: Send DD Rs. 350/- favouring "AIMA-CMA; New Delhi" at above address.

Apr 21 Directorate of Technical Education, 3, Mahapalika Marg, PO Box No.

1967, Mumbai 400001, Maharashtra.

Website: www.dte.org.in

CET for MBA & MMS (2 yr F/T)

Elig: Graduates or equiv (from Maharashtra only) 45% agg (40% for BC of

Maharashtra only).

Test: May 27.

Appln F: Send DD for Rs. 500/- (Rs. 400/- for reserved category belonging to

Maharashtra only) favouring "Join Director of Technical Education, Mumbai

Region" payable at Mumbai at the above address.

May 5 Birla Instt. of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani 333031.

M.Phil Hospital & Health Systems Management (3 Sem)

in collab with CMC, Vellore & Bombay Hosp, Mumbai & Tulane Univ Med Centre, USA

Elig: MBBS/BE/BPharm/MSc/MBA with 1-2 yrs exp.

Appln F: Send request on plain paper with name and address along with crossed DD of Rs. 500/- favouring "Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani", payable on UCO Bank, Vidya Vihar, Pilani (code 1398) or State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur, Pilani (code 0150) or Rs. 500/- if required, by Speed Post to the Dean DLPD at BITS Pilani 333031.

Medicine

Apr 20 Jawahar Lal Nehru University, Bioinformatics Centres, Hall No. 4,

Lectur Hall Complex, New Delhi 110067.

Website: www.bic.jnu.ac.in

PG Dip Bioinformatics (1-yr)

Elig: MSc in biochem/biophys/microbiol/molecular biol/biotech/life

Sc/botany/zool/MBBS (55% agg + maths upto X).

Test: May 27.

Appln F: Send DD for Rs. 150/- favouring "Jawahar Lal Nehru Univ, New Delhi"

along with self-addressed unstamped envelope (28 x 20 cm) to "The Coordinator

(BIC)" at the above address.

Apr 30 Indian Institute of Health Education & Research, Institute Road, Beur

(Near Central Jail), Patna, Bihar.

Tel.: 25 2999

Diploma: Physiotherapy/Prosthetic & Orthotic Engg/Med Lab Tech/X-Ray Tech &

Hospital Mgt

Bachelorís Degree: Physiotherapy/Occupational Therapy/Audiology & Speech

Therapy/Prosthetic & Orthotic Engg/Mental Retardation

Elig: Bachelorís degree for Hospital Mgt; ISc for others.

Appln F: Send DD for Rs. 120/- favouring "Indian Institute of Health

Education & Research, Patna" at above address. At counter Rs. 100/- (cash).

Unless otherwise specified, the dates mentioned above are deadlines for receipt of completed application forms.Top