Inculcating values
HEN we look back on our school life, we are filled with nostalgia remembering wonderful friends, the solidarity among students and the much-awaited recess time. On a serious note, we also remember the dreaded homework. But what we all live with, for the rest of our lives, is the motto of the respective school and the ethics that were imparted. These were reflected at the beginning of each day in the assembly in the school.

Distance education needs revamp
Prithipal Singh Kapoor
distance education mode was adopted by many a university to meet the ever-growing demand of those students who lacked means to pursue higher education through the regular stream. Also, there were economic constraints. Consequently, many universities across the country started correspondence courses by providing notes, developing a system of evaluation of response sheets. 

Campus NoteS





Inculcating values

The school assembly has evolved into an institution by itself
The school assembly has evolved into an institution by itself. — Photo by Pradeep Tewari

When we look back on our school life, we are filled with nostalgia remembering wonderful friends, the solidarity among students and the much-awaited recess time. On a serious note, we also remember the dreaded homework. But what we all live with, for the rest of our lives, is the motto of the respective school and the ethics that were imparted. These were reflected at the beginning of each day in the assembly in the school. Our chests puffed up with pride as we sang the school anthem followed by the national anthem. With the education system getting revamped in the past few years, what changes have occurred in the assembly?

Ms Komal Anand, Principal of the junior wing of Yadvindra Public School, Mohali, says, “I believe the assembly is the best way to start the day. We have assemblies for different classes where the children get to show their talent. We start with a small prayer to thank God and ask Him to bless our friends and families. There are times when a child says an impromptu prayer if a near and dear one is in distress. The child goes home with a lighter heart. ‘Show and Tell’ encourages the children to show to their friends whatever drawing, model is special to them. Each section puts up a small act to clarify concepts. The classes IV and V read out news while for the tiny tots, the assembly means a place where they perform as a group.”

Once, I went to see the assembly where Class II had chosen ‘Family’ as their theme. The students clarified concepts relating to maternal, paternal, joint and nuclear family in a very interesting manner. The event ‘Show and Tell’ had a young student, Jasnoor, playing a wonderful tune on Casio, besides children showing their drawings and one girl showing her precious collection of shells. The assembly ended with the students and the staff singing a song saying that love is like a magic penny. If you hold it tight, you won’t have any but if you give it away you would have more. For Ms Anand, value education is imparted through the assembly.

Dr Harish Dhillon, Principal, Yadvindra Public School, says, “We teach courtesy beside spiritual enlightenment to our students through this platform. We reward students for little acts of honesty and motivate them to achieve higher goals. We develop their public-speaking skills and reinforce values.”

At St. John’s High School, the teachers try to bring out the creativity in each student. The classes get turns to enact a theme for the others. The topics range from healthy food to environment. The school authorities inform the students about festivals and important days through the ‘Show and Tell’. Through Easter, Dusshera and teachings of Gurus, the students are made aware of the beauty of ‘Unity in Diversity’ in India. The assembly ends with the Principal addressing the students and thanking the respective class for putting up a wonderful show. The boys sing their school song with gusto and are ready for the day ahead.

Carmel Convent School has the girls stand in their respective classes, while the girls on duty conduct the assembly through the microphone from the Principal’s office. The school starts with a hymn and the thought for the day. This is followed by the news headlines, important announcement, the pledge and the national anthem. For the Principal, Sister Maria Christi, the assembly means starting the day with a prayer and devoting a few moments to God, asking for His blessing and His forgiveness. She says, “Prayer is a pillar of strength for us. We offer ourselves to God and get power to go through the day without hurting anyone. There are girls who come up with different problems and the prayer bring succour to them.”

Saanya, a student of Class 10+1, feels that it is a time for introspection. Niki, her classmate, says it is their daily relationship with God. On a lighter vein, Nitya says she prays harder when an exam is scheduled for the day. Nupur is grateful that God is there as an anchor. For Apoovra the prayers are more fervent during the exam time. All of them agree that the assembly is a time when they feel the presence of God.

St. Stephens School has Assembly on every Monday and Friday for the senior wing. For Ms Judy Thomas and Ms Manjeet, the in charge of the assembly, it is a time when the children and the staff express their love for God. The students are taught to forget and forgive any animosity that they carry with them. Teachers are assigned duties on different floors from where they watch the students sing the school prayers and hymns. A short story with a moral message by Principal Carver is the highlight of each assembly. Everything is methodical with the Principal watching with an eagle’s eye for any sign of indiscipline. For Jaskaran Lamba, the ethos of secularism is reflected through the Assembly. Nirbhay Goel, the School Captain, says the assembly fills them with the spirit of oneness. All barriers of caste and religion are broken.

The school assembly has evolved into an institution by itself. The students don’t have to wait for the annual function to showcase their talent. The assembly gives a chance to each and every child, around the year to blossom.


Distance education needs revamp
Prithipal Singh Kapoor

The distance education mode was adopted by many a university to meet the ever-growing demand of those students who lacked means to pursue higher education through the regular stream. Also, there were economic constraints. Consequently, many universities across the country started correspondence courses by providing notes, developing a system of evaluation of response sheets. The success of these courses led to the establishment of Indira Gandhi National Open University, which is now rated as one of the best such universities in the world.

I think that the write-up ‘Time to review distance education’ by Sunit Dhawan (May 15, 2007), has given a timely call for the review of distance education by keeping the interests of the students in focus.

Gradually, many more universities joined the race to undertake distance education programmes in the diverse areas of knowledge. But the motive of these late entrants was to augment financial resources and expand the areas of influence rather than providing for quality education through distance education. In the process, many universities ventured to allow research degree programmes through correspondence. At present, a rat race has started. As a result, the students find themselves in a fix for they are being exploited and cheated by those very teachers whom they once regarded as their role models. The teachers on their part are least hesitant in seizing opportunities coming their way to mint money, even if they have to resort to unethical means. It is in this perspective that one has to look at the decision of Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, and Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, to bar their faculty members from guiding research students of other universities enrolled on distance education programmes.

There are instances where a large number of regular college teachers have enrolled as many as eight to 10 students of universities from the South and are charging hefty amounts from them in the name of guidance. The question is: are they giving quality guidance and enough time to these students? Also, the students are falling victim to the feuds among the teachers engaged in unhealthy competition for earning popularity and money. In such a situation, some of the good teachers refuse to guide students in order to avoid unbecoming situations. Even the Study Centre people authorised by the universities to co-ordinate such arrangements on behalf of the universities become party to the wranglings among the teachers and fleece the students. All those teachers who are engaged in such activities neglect their work in colleges/universities, thus playing havoc with the careers of students.

It is high time that the Distance Education Council, a central body for upholding standards, makes a move to provide guidelines for the research programmes in various disciplines and implement a code of conduct for teachers who opt to supervise the research work.

The writer is a former Pro-Vice-Chancellor


Campus NoteS
Dr Y.S. Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, Nauni

VC directed to appear before HC

In an apparent embarrassment to the university, Vice-Chancellor Dr Jagmohan Singh has been directed to appear before the state High Court on May 24, 2007, in a case relating to award of degrees to three Ph.D students who had been awarded fictitious marks without checking their answersheets in 2005. The degrees were conferred on May 16 by the university’s Chancellor and Governor V.S. Kokje.

The matter was prominently highlighted by a section of the media last week before the May 16 convocation. Taking a stern view of the laxity, Chief Justice V.K.Gupta and Justice V.K.Ahuja have directed the Vice-Chancellor to personally appear before the court in this matter.

The counsel Ankush Dass while presenting the public interest litigation demanded an independent probe into the matter. The matter has put a question mark over the university’s examination procedure as despite a three-member committee establishing the laxity the authorities had cared two hoots about getting the answersheets evaluated. Not only had the students been promoted to the next semester on the basis of fictitious marks awarded by the department of Post Harvest Technology, but also virtually little was taken to bring the erring teachers to book.

The case had come to light in August 2005 when the Vice-Chancellor after receiving the reports of unchecked answersheets had sent a three-member squad to seize the answersheets. This three-member committee comprising the Registrar, Director, Research, and Dean, College of Horticulture, had later conducted an inquiry into the matter and established the negligence of the faculty. The committee had however let-off the faculty by merely making an adverse entry into the Annual Confidential Report of the Head of the Department, Dr S.P.S.Guleria.

There is much anxiety among the university authorities, as the VC has to appear personally before the court on May 24. This is perhaps the first case of this kind where such laxity had been left unattended.

Peach research station

Giving boost to the peach growers of the Rajgarh area of Sirmaur district, Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh’s recent announcement of establishing a peach research station in the region has lit a ray of hope for the thousands of orchard owners. Having earned the sobriquet of the ‘Peach Bowl of India’, the region produces one of the best peaches in the country. It was the lack of marketing and processing facilities that had reduced this hitherto economic venture into a waning proposition.

The area is known for its stone fruits where plums, peaches and apricots occupy the major share of agrarian produce. The growers are jubilant and await the realisation of their dream project, which would go a long way in uplifting their economy.

Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar

Eminent scholars to head Chairs

Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) would appoint eminent and distinguished scholars to various Chairs established at the university to undertake quality research about the life, teachings, philosophy and the contribution of great personalities.

Disclosing this, Vice-Chancellor Jai Rup Singh said the university had already constituted a committee consisting of eminent scholars and former vice-chancellors of various universities. At present Sant Kabir Chair, Bhagat Namdev Chair, Guru Ravidas Chair, Namdhari Guru Ram Singh Chair, Baba Budha Sikh Studies Chair, Hazrat Sai Mian Mir Chair and Bhagat Puran Singh Chair for Studies in Selfless Service to Humanity are lying vacant and the process to appoint scholars of excellence on these Chairs has already been initiated, he said.

Informing that the varsity has not scrapped any Chair, Dr Jai Rup Singh said a committee of eminent scholars and former vice-chancellors had been formed to evaluate the work already done by various Chairs and on the recommendations of this committee, it had been decided to appoint eminent scholars having long experience and quality research work to these Chairs. He said earlier professors of various departments were assigned additional duties to look after the work of the Chairs.

He said in addition to an advertisement inviting nominations of distinguished scholars from the vice-chancellors of various universities and directors of reputed research institutions, he had also written personal letters to them and sent e-mails to name the eminent scholars suitable for these Chairs.

— Contributed by Ambika Sharma and Sanjay Bumbroo


 Admission Deadline

Armed Forces

Indian Navy, PO Bag No 04, R K Puram PO (Main), New Delhi 110066

10+2 (Technical) Cadet Entry Scheme (Permanent Commission) February 2008

Eligibility:  Unmarried Indian males, 10+2 (PCM, 75%; Class 10 / 12: English, 50%) / Physical Standards.
DoB: 02 February ‘89 - 01 August '91.

Selection: SSB Interview; Medical Exam

Application Form: Send in prescribed format to above address

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 28 June 2007


Narsee Monjee Institute of Management & Higher Studies (NMIMS) University, Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering, VL Mehta Road, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai 400056 (Mah) (Deemed University)

MTech (IT / Computer Engg / Electronics Engg / Telecom Engg) (2 years, F T)

Selection: Interview: 05-06 July ‘07

Application: Download from website.

Application Deadline: 16 June 2007

Punjabi University, Patiala (Punj)

BTech (6 years, Integrated)
(At Yadavindra College of Engg, Punjabi University, Guru Kashi Campus, Talwandi Sabo)

Eligibility: Matric (55%)

Selection: Merit

Application Form: Send Rs 80/- by DD favouring “Registrar, Punjabi University, Patiala” payable at Patiala with self-addressed envelope (7”x 4”) to the Publication Bureau at Yadavindra College of Engineering and at the above address / download from website.

Application Deadline: 29 June 2007


Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Academy of Cyber Technology Science, B 30, Institutional Area, Sector 62, Noida 201307 (UP) (GoI, M/o Communication & Information Technology)

1) DOEACC ‘B’ Level Course (3 years)
2) A to B Level Course
(2 years)
PG Diploma in Information Security & Application Development
4) PG Diploma in Wireless Technologies & Applications
5) PG Diploma in Embedded Systems & VLSI Design

Eligibility: For 1: Bachelors degree, For 2: A level Pass

Selection: Interview: 28 July 2007 (for 1 & 2) 

Application Form: Download from website.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 29 June & 27 July for 1 & 2

 Narsee Monjee Institute of Management & Higher Studies (NMIMS) University, Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering, VL Mehta Road, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai 400056 (Mah) (Deemed University)

MCA (3 years)

Selection: Interview: 12-15 June ‘07

Application: Download from website.

Application Deadline: 02 June 2007


Indian Institute of Technology Calcutta, Joka, Diamond Harbour Road, Kolkata 700104 (WB)

Joint IIM-IIT Post Graduate Program for Executives for Visionary Leadership in Manufacturing (1-year, FT).

Application Form: Download from website.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 21 May 2007

Institute of Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Management & Research, 318 B, Prantik Pally, Kolkata 700107 (WB) (In collaboration with Pharmaceutical Industry)

Executive PG Diploma in Pharmaceutical Mgmt (15 months)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree (Science / Technology / Pharmacy / Medicine / Microbiology / Biotechnology; 50%) / 2 years work experience in Pharma industry)

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 04 June 2007

National Institute of Health & Family Welfare (NIHFW), Munirka, New Delhi 110067

PG Certificate (1 year, distance)
1) Health & Family Welfare Mgmt
2) Hospital Mgmt 

Eligibility: MBBS / BDS / BSc Nursing / BAMS or equivalent degree in Unani / Siddha / Yoga / Homeopathy; State / National Council Registration.
For 1: 2 years work experience
For 2: 2 years work experience for MBBS candidates; 5 years work experience for others (excluding Internship / House Job). Administrative post holders preferred. 

Application Form: Send Rs. 100/- by DD favouring “Director, NIHFW” payable at New Delhi to the Faculty Incharge, Distance Learning Cell (DLC), Room Number 417, Academic Block at the above address by 05 June ’07 / download from website. Mention course name

Application Deadline: 15 June 2007

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, University School of Management Studies, Kashmere Gate, Delhi 110006

MBA (Banking & Insurance / Real Estate / Disaster Mgmt) 2 years; Weekend
(2 years; Weekend)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree & 1-year work experience at executive / supervisory level

Application Form: Download from website. Also available at Punjab & Sind Bank of the University.

Application Deadline: 15 June 2007



National Board of Examination, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi 110029

Screening Test for Indian Nationals with Foreign Medical Qualification

Exam: 30 September 2007

Application Form: Send Rs 500/- by DD favouring “National Board of Examinations”, payable at New Delhi to Executive Director at above address / download from website. 

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 29 June 2007

All India Institute of Speech & Hearing, Naimisham Campus, Manasagangothri, Mysore 570006 (Kar)

1) Diploma in Hearing Aid & Earmold Technology (1 year)

2) Diploma in Hearing Language & Speech (Distance) (1 year)

3) Diploma in Training Young Hearing Impaired Children (1 year)

Eligibility: For 1: 10+2 (45% with Phys as a subject) / Diploma in (Electronics / Electrical / ITI in Electronics / Electrical / Dental Technicians) 

Study Centres: AIISH, Mysore, JIPMER, Pondicherry, RIMC, Imphal, Manipur, MAMC, New Delhi, AIIPMR, Mumbai
For 2: 10+2 (with PCMB)

Age: 17-25 years

Application Form: Apply online.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 15 June 2007

National Institute of Ayurveda, Madhav Vilas Palace, Amer Road, Jaipur 302002 (Raj) (M/o Health & Family Welfare, D/o of Ayush, GoI) 

MD / MS (Ay)

Eligibility: Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery; Completed Rotary Internship
Application Form:
Download from website.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 05 July 2007


Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Antariksh Bhavan, New BEL Road, Bangalore 560094 (Kar) (D/o Space, GoI) 

Recruitment of Scientists / Engineers “SC” - 2007-08

Eligibility: ME / MTech / MSc (Engg) / MDes (60% / CGPA grading of 6.5 on a scale of 10)
Age: 35 years (on 15 June ’07) 

Application Form & Details: Website 

Application Deadline: 15 June 2007


Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560012 (Kar) 

Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana Fellowship (KVPY) - 2007
(for school and college students interested in research careers)
1) Basic Science
2) Engineering

Eligibility: Indian nationals
For Basic Science: 

Stream SA: Students joining Class 11 (Science subjects) in 2007-08 with min 75% (65% for SC/ST) in Maths and Science in Class 10 Boards.
Stream SB: Open to all students of 1st year BSc; Degree / MSc; Integrated (UG Programme in Basic Sciences) in 2007-2008 with minimum 60% marks in Maths & Science subjects in 10+2 Boards .
Stream SP: Students of Class 11 & 12, year 1 or 2 of any UG programme in Basic Sciences with min. 60% in Class 10 & 12 Boards. A science based research project is mandatory for participation.
For Engineering: 

Stream EA: 1st year BE / BTech / BArch with minimum 60% marks in Maths and Science subjects in 10+2 Board on. A research project is required.
Stream EB: 2nd year BE/ BTech / BArch with minimum 60% marks in the 1st year exam of BE / BTech / BArch. A research project is required. 

Medicine Stream: 

Stream MA: Those enrolled in MBBS programme with minimum 75% (60% for SC/ST) marks in Science subjects in 10+2 Board Exam. A research project is required. 

Selection: Excellent academic record and demonstrated interest in research.

Fellowships: Rs. 2000 - Rs. 5000 pm and contingency grants for students studying in Basic Science, Engineering and Medicine.

Application Form: Send Rs. 100/- by DD favouring “SID A/C KVPY”, payable at Bangalore to the Convener at above address by 01 September 2007 / download from website. Superscribe the stream (SA, SB, SP, EA, EB, MA) applied for on the envelope.

Application Deadline: 14 September 2007

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd

Scholarships for Higher Studies (2 years)

Eligibility: Indian nationals with Bachelors Degree (60%) and confirmed admission to any full-time Post Graduate Degree Course (in any field of education other than fine arts), at any recognized University / Institute of repute either in India or abroad. 

Age Limit: 25 years (born on or after 1 October 1981). Scholarships are not available for students pursuing PhD / research work

Selection: Short listed candidates will be called for Interview 

Application: Apply online only

Application Deadline: 31 May 2007

Sciences Biology

National Centre for Plant Genome Research, Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, Post Box No 10531, JNU Campus, New Delhi 110067 

PhD (Basic & Applied Research in Plant Biology)

Eligibility: MSc (Life Sciences; 55%) or equivalent; CSIR-UGC NET exam / ICMR NET exam / DBT-JRF for JRF

Selection: Written Test; Interview.

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 08 June 2007

Sciences Social

Tata Institute of Social Sciences, School of Management & Labour Studies, V N Purav Marg, Deonar, Mumbai 400088 (Mah)

MA in Social Entrepreneurship (2 years)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree (50%)

Selection: Written Test: 25 July 2007; GD: 27 July ‘07; Interview: 28 July ‘07

Application Form: Send Rs 750/- by DD favouring “Registrar, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai”, payable at Mumbai at the above address / download from website

Other Details: Website

Application Deadline: 20 June 2007

Travel & Transportation

The Shipping Corporation of India Ltd., Shipping House, 245, Madame Cama Road, Mumbai 400021 (Mah) /

Trainee Navigating Officer Cadets (TNOC)
(Pre-Sea & Shipboard Training under IGNOU-DGS project leading to BSc Nautical Science)

Selection: Merchant Marine Personality Evaluation Test; Written Exam: 17 June 2007, Interview; Medical Test; Final Selection.

Application Form: Download from website. 

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 21 May 2007



Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Vidya Vihar, Raebareli Road, Lucknow 226025 (UP) (Central University) 

1) MA (Economics) (2 years)
2) MA (History) (2 years)
3) MLISc (2 years)
4) MCA (3 years)
5) MSc (Environmental Science / Environmental Microbiology) (2 years)
6) MSc (Ag) Horticulture (2 years)
7) LLM (Human Rights) (2 years)

8) MSc (Biotechnology) (2 years)
MSc (Applied Animal Sciences) (2 years)
MSc (IT) (2 years)

Eligibility: Aggregate: 50%. For 1: Bachelors degree with (Economics / Commerce / Business Adminisrtation / Agricultural Economics) / BSc with Maths in 10+2, 45%
For 2 & 3: Bachelors degree.
For 4: Bachelors degree (with Maths in 10+2)
For 5: Bachelors degree (Life Science / Agriculture / Home Science)
For  6:
Bachelors degree (Life Science / Agriculture / Biology)
For 7: LLB
For 8: BSc (Zoology / Agriculture Science / Medical Science & allied subjects e.g. Microbiol / Biochem / Physiol / Biophys)
For 9: Bachelors degree (Zoology / Animal Sciences / Sericulture)
For 10: BSc with Maths / BCA / BIT / BSc (Hons) in (Computer Science / IT)

Application Form: Send Rs 300/- by DD favouring “Finance Officer, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow,” payable at Lucknow with stamped (Rs. 50/-) self-addressed envelope (10” x 12”) to the Admission Cell at the above address / download from website.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 01 June 2007

Guru Jambheshwar University, Directorate of Distance Education, Hisar 125001 (Har)

MTech / MPharm / MSc / MBA / MCA / Bachelor of Pharmacy / Bachelor of Physiotherapy / MBA (Evening) / BTech

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 14 June 2007

Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi 835215 (Jhar) (Deemed University)

1) BHMCT (4 years)
2) BPharma 

Eligibility: For 1: 10+2 (50%)
For 2: 10+2 with Phys, Chem, Maths / Biol / Biotech (60%)

Selection: For 1: Entrance Test: 24 June ‘07
For 2: AIEEE 2007 / AIPMT MAIN-2007 

Application Form: Download from website.

Application Deadline: For 1: 09 June 2007
For 2: 27 June

Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 221005 (UP)

Special Courses

MA in Tourism Mgmt / Social Work / Public Administration

MSc in Environmental Science / Molecular & Human Genetics / Applied Microbiology / Agroforestry / Environmental Science & Technology / Soil & Water Conservation

MBA in Agribusiness 

Master of Finance Control / Personnel Mgmt & Industrial Relations / Risk & insurance Mgmt

LLM in Human Rights & Duties Education

PG Diploma 

Diploma in Office Mgmt / Business Communications / Tourism Mgmt / Naturopathy & yoga Therapy

Certificate Course in Painting /Advertising Design / Prasav Vigyan

Application Form: Send request letter & Rs. 650/- by MICR DD favouring “Controller of Examinations, Banaras Hindu University”, payable at SBI, BHU Branch (Code No. 0211) to above addressed by 05 June ‘07 with unstamped self-addressed envelope (32 cms x 26 cms). 

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 18 June 2007

Guru Nanak Dev Univeristy, Amritsar 143005 (Punj)

Bachelors Degree
Masters Degree
PG Diploma Courses

(At GNDU Campus, Amritsar & its regional campuses at Jalandhar / Gurdaspur)

Application Form: Send Rs 400/- by DD favouring “Registrar, Guru Nanak Dev University,” payable at Amritsar to Assistant Registrar (General) at the above address / download from website.

Details: Website 

Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Khandwa Road, Indore 452017 (MP)

ME / MTech / MPharm Programmes 2007-‘08
(In the School / Institute of: Adult Education / Advanced Liberal Studies / Computer Language & Culture / Electronics / Energy & Environmental Studies / Economics / Education / Future Studies & Planning / Instrumentation / Journalism & Mass Communication / Law / Library Sciences / Bio-Chemistry / Chemical Sciences / Life Sciences / Maths / Physics / Statistics / Mgmt studies / Commerce)

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 25 June 2007

Guru Ghasidas University, Institute of Distance Education, Bilaspur 495009 (CG)

Masters degree / Bachelors degree / PG diploma

Application Form: Send Rs.250/- by DD favouring “Registrar, Guru Ghasidas University, Bilaspur (CG)” payable at Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh) to above address / download from website.

Application Deadline: 30 June 2007

Pervin Malhotra,Director, Career Guidance India (CARING)(