EDUCATION TRIBUNE

Radical shift needed
education
in India needs to go through a complete shift from the quintessential concept of grades, exams, textbooks and teachers, and it needs to be more technical and accessible to all, said technocrat Sam Pitroda.“When we think of education we assume grades, teachers, school, books etc. These things do not matter anymore. The paradigm in education needs to be changed,” Pitroda told a gathering of diplomats, academicians and scholars in New Delhi recently.

More media space for literature sought
Sunit Dhawan
Noted
educationist and translation expert Dr Suresh Singhal has expressed concern over the marginal importance being accorded to literature in the media. Speaking at a refresher course on translation studies organised by the Central Translation Bureau in New Delhi recently, Dr Singhal lamented that literary pursuits were being sidelined by commercial motives.

Chandigarh leads in facilities
V. P. Prabhakar
Chandigarh
has done well in comparison with the surrounding states of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh in providing facilities like infrastructure, and teachers at the elementary education level.This has been brought out by the National University of Educational Planning and Administration, which has developed an educational development index (EDI) to track the progress of states towards universal elementary education (UEE) for the primary and upper primary levels as well as for a composite look at elementary education.

Campus NoteS

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Radical shift needed

Sam Pitroda
Sam Pitroda

education in India needs to go through a complete shift from the quintessential concept of grades, exams, textbooks and teachers, and it needs to be more technical and accessible to all, said technocrat Sam Pitroda.

“When we think of education we assume grades, teachers, school, books etc. These things do not matter anymore. The paradigm in education needs to be changed,” Pitroda told a gathering of diplomats, academicians and scholars in New Delhi recently.

“Today with the kind of technology that is developing everyday, we can learn just about anything. I know this kind of model would have challenges and it may take up to 15-20 years time but it will happen,” he added.

“We need to build a knowledge-based society and take education to the poorest of the poor, which I believe is the greatest challenge of all. Rural development is the key to this country’s true development and not the economic prosperity of the country,” said Pitroda, chairman of the National Knowledge Commission (NKC).

“A knowledge economy needs minds and we have to create those minds,” he said, adding that the government had envisaged to allocate more funds towards the development of education in the 11th Five-Year Plan.

Pitroda said: “In the 11th Five-Year Plan, the Prime Minister has decided to increase the funds needed for education, almost four times of what had been provided in the last plan.”

“I hope this would bring in more inclusiveness and make the education system more affordable,” said the Chicago-based technocrat-entrepreneur.

“We, at the knowledge commission, are recommending some major transformational changes in the Indian education system which is bound to attract criticism and debates. But we must remember that we need to make education more equitable and inclusive,” he emphasised.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh set up the NKC in 2005 with the objective of introducing radical transformation in the country’s education sector. It is expected to create a fundamental change in higher education, vocational training, libraries, e-governance, right to education and translations.

Some of the other recommendations of the NKC include development of the translation industry, teaching of English as a language along with the first language from Class I, building of a national knowledge network and creation of more universities.

— IANS
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More media space for literature sought
Sunit Dhawan

Dr Suresh Singhal
Dr Suresh Singhal

Noted educationist and translation expert Dr Suresh Singhal has expressed concern over the marginal importance being accorded to literature in the media. Speaking at a refresher course on translation studies organised by the Central Translation Bureau in New Delhi recently, Dr Singhal lamented that literary pursuits were being sidelined by commercial motives.

Dr Singhal, who holds Ph.D degrees in Hindi as well as English and has authored and edited several scholarly books on translation, had been invited as a resource-person by the bureau.

“Literature is a mirror of the society; but this mirror seems to have been blurred by the dust of negative notions,” he remarked while addressing a gathering comprising central officials and educationists from different parts of the country on the occasion.

Advocating the provision of more space for literary affairs in the media, the author-academician also cautioned the managements of Hindi newspapers against distorting the language and urged them to maintain its purity and originality.

Presently serving as a senior faculty member with the Department of English at Vaish College here, Dr Singhal has 40 research papers and several books on various aspects of translation and functional Hindi to his credit. An executive member of the All-India Translators Association and a recipient of numerous awards and honours, he is also on the panels of subject experts of many universities.

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Chandigarh leads in facilities
V. P. Prabhakar

Chandigarh has done well in comparison with the surrounding states of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh in providing facilities like infrastructure, and teachers at the elementary education level.

This has been brought out by the National University of Educational Planning and Administration, which has developed an educational development index (EDI) to track the progress of states towards universal elementary education (UEE) for the primary and upper primary levels as well as for a composite look at elementary education.

While Chandigarh has been ranked fifth in the EDI state-wise ranking for 2005-06, Himachal Pradesh is seventh, Punjab is 14th and Haryana is placed 23rd in the ranking. Kerala has topped the ranking followed by Delhi, Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry. Bihar is at the bottom of the ranking list.

It is expected that the EDI ranking will encourage the states to improve their performance and take a closer look at both the inputs and the outputs of the parameters that are affecting elementary education. It is also hoped that the EDI will also enable more effective targeting of Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA).

The EDI, according to the annual report of the Central Human Resource Development Ministry, has been developed keeping in mind four broad parameters of access — infrastructure, teacher related indicators and outcomes. The index takes into account 22 variables for calculating EDI. These variables are for 56 Access (percentage of habitations not served, availability of schools per 1,000 population). Infrastructure (average student-classroom ratio, school with student-classroom ratio grater than 60, school without drinking water facilities, school with boys’ and girls’ toilets), teachers (percentage of female teachers, student-teacher ratio, school with the school-teacher ratio greater than 60, single-teacher schools—in schools with more than 15 students), percentage of schools with less than 3 or less teachers, teachers without professional qualification) and outcome (gross enrolment ratio: overall, scheduled castes: gross-enrolment ratio, scheduled tribes: gross enrolment ratio, gender parity index in enrolment ratio — overall. Scheduled caste: gross enrolment ratio, scheduled tribes: gross enrolment ratio, gender parity index in enrolment: repetition rate, drop-out rate, ratio of exit class over Class I enrolment—primary stage only, percentage of passed children to total enrolment, percentage of appeared children/assign with 60 per cent and above marks).

The National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA) has also created a comprehensive database on elementary education known as District Information System for Education (DISE). The project covers both primary and upper primary schools of all the districts of the country. DISE has completely eliminated the time lag in availability of educational statistics, which has come down drastically from 7-8 years to less than at the national and only a few months at the districts and state levels.

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Campus NoteS

Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
12 students selected

Avaya Global Connect, a multinational company, has selected 12 students and offered a salary package of Rs 4.5 lakh per annum during the placement programme of the 2009 batch, organised by the university for its students.

Dr Rajneesh Arora, director placements, said the selected students include Rahul Chhabra, Ramandeep Singh, Gurtej Singh Chopra, Ibadat, Shubam Kumar Garg, Rohan Talwar, Aditya Jandial, Harsh Garg, Arshdeep Chahal, Monika Singla, Mayank Khanna and Neha Gupta.

These students, who will complete their B.Tech (Electronics and Communication) in June 2009, will do their summer training in June 2008 with the same company, he added.

Basketball tournament

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering won the Guru Nanak Dev University Inter-Departmental (men) Basketball tournament by defeating the Commerce and Business Department, while the Electronics Technology Department got third place in the tournament.

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering beat the Commerce and Business Department by 37-29, while the Electronics Technology Department defeated the Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy Department by 25-17.

In the women's section, the Department of Microbiology lift the trophy by defeating the Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy Department while the Electronics Technology Department bagged the third place. Fourteen teams had taken part in this five-day tournament.

Professor Raghbir Singh, Dean Academic Affairs of the university, presided over the valedictory function and gave away trophies to the winners.

Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak

Campus placement

Four MBA (final year) students of the Institute of Management Studies and Research (IMSAR) at MDU have been selected for appointment in Reliance Money through campus interview.

— Contributed by Sanjay Bumbroo and Sunit Dhawan 
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ADMISSION DEADLINE 

Agriculture

Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana 141004 (Punj) www.pau.edu

PhD Programme 2007-08:
(Agronomy / Extension Education / Entomology / Food Technology / Pomology / Vegetable Crops / Plant Breeding & Genetics / Plant Pathology / Soil / Biochemistry / Botany / Agricultural Economics / Microbiology / Zoology / Food & Nutrition / Family Resource Mgmt / Clothing & Textile / Human Development / Farm Power & Machinery / Soil & Water Engg / Processing & Food Engg / Energy Science & Tech)

Eligibility: Masters degree (70%) / OCPA: 7.00 (out of 10.00) / OCPA: 5.50 (out of 10.00) / Bachelors degree (55%).

Application Form: Send Rs 650/- by DD favouring "Additional Director of Communication, Centre of Communication, Languages & Culture, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana", payable at any scheduled bank in Ludhiana at the above address / download from website

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 19 November 2007

Armed Forces

Indian Air Force, Command Education Officer, HQ Western Air Command, IAF, Subroto Park, New Delhi 110010 www.careerairforce.nic.in

Technical Branch:

Short Service Commission Course (Men & Women);
Aeronautical Engineers Course (Men);
1) Electronics Branch
2) Mechanical Branch

Eligibility: Unmarried Indians
For 1: BE / BTech (1st Div. / 60%) in (Electronics / Telecom / Electrical / Electrical Communication / Electronics & Communication / Instrumentation / Computer Science & Engg or combination of these subjects) / Diploma in Electronics of Madras Institute of Technology / BTech in Radio Physics & Electronics / Optics & Opto Electronics / MSc Physics (with Electronics) / Electronics / Computer Science / Computer Application / MCA with (Maths / Physics / Electronics) at UG level / MSc Tech (Electronics & Radio Engg) /
Graduate Membership Exam of Institute of Electronic & Telecommunication Engineers with subjects of Section A & full Subjects of Section B (Maths / Applied Electronics & Circuits / Principles of Communication Engg Transmission lines / Networks) / Section A & B Exam of the AMIE in (Electronics / Electrical / Telecomm).
For 2: BE / BTech (1st Division / 60%) in (Aeronautical / Mechanical / Production / Industrial Production or combination of these subjects) / Section A & B of Exam of ASI in Avionics / Communication streams / AMIE with Mechanical / Aeronautical subjects by actual studies / Associate Membership of ASI with Group I (Design & Production) / Group II (Maintenance Repair & Overhaul) subjects.
Final-year engineering students are also eligible.

DoB: 02 July ’80 – 01 July ’90) / married (above 25 years).
Height: 157.5 cm (Men) / 152 cm (Women) with correlated weight.
Selection: Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT): 06 January ‘08; Personality Test; Psychological Tests; Group Tests; Interview; Medical examination.

Application Form: Send by ordinary post only in prescribed format to the Command Education Officer of your EKT center with two stamped (Rs 22/-) self-addressed envelopes (23 cm x 10 cm) to the above address / download from website. Superscribe "73 AEC (Men) / 45 SSC (Men) / 45 SSC (Women)" on envelope.

Details: Employment News (06 – 12 October 2007) / website

Application Deadline: 12 November 2007

Air Force Sports Control Board, C/O 412 Air Force Station, New Delhi 110003
www.careerairforce.nic.in

Outstanding Sportsmen for Group ‘Y’ Trades
(Basketball / Boxing / Hockey / Handball / Marathon / Table Tennis / Volleyball / Weight Lifting / Wrestling / Gymnastics / Cross-Country / Shooting)

Eligibility: Unmarried Indian males passed 10+2 or equiv.
Must have represented the country in Junior International meet(s) / attained 1-5 place in Junior National Championship / Inter University Championship / represented state in team events in Junior National Championship / Inter University Championship / National School Tournaments conducted by the School Games Federation of India
DoB: 01 August ’86 – 30 November ’90.

Selection: Trials (nov/Dec); Physical Fitness Test; Interview; Medical Exam.

Application Form: Send application on A4 size paper in prescribed format with attested documents, 3 unattested passport size color photographs and an unstamped, self-addressed white envelope (24 cm x 10 cm) by ordinary post only to the Secretary at the above address. Superscribe "OUTSTANDING SPORTSMEN IN GROUP ‘Y’ TRADES GAMES APPLIED FOR ………" on the envelope.

Details: Tenure: 20 years, extendable to 57 years of age. More info: Employment News (06 – 10 October 2007) / website

Application Deadline: 30 October 2007

Indian Navy, PO Box No 04, R K Puram PO (Main), New Delhi 110066
www.nausena-bharti.nic.in

SSC Officers in Education Branch – Aug 2008

Eligibility: Unmarried Indian men / women; BE / BTech (Electronics / Electrical / Mechanical / IT / Computer Science; 60%) / Masters degree (50%) in Physics / Maths
DoB:
02 August ’83 – 01 August ‘87

Selection: Psychological Tests; GD; Interview.

Application Form: Send in prescribed format to the above address. Superscribe "Education Branch Aug 2008 Course, Educational Qualification……… ‘Aggregate Percentage - …%" on envelope.

Details: Employment News (06 – 12 October 2007) / website.

Application Deadline: 09 November 2007

Indian Navy, PO Bag No 04, RK Puram PO (Main), New Delhi 110066
www.nausena-bharti.nic.in

Officer in Technical Branch (General Service) SSC – August ’08 Course
1) Engineering Branch
2) Electrical Branch
(At NAVAC Ezhimala, Kerala)

Eligibility: Unmarried Indian males who have completed BE / BTech (55%).
For 1: BE / BTech (Mechanical / Production / Aeronautical / Marine / Control Engg)
For 2: BE / BTech (Electrical / Electronics / Telecommunications / Avionics / Instrumentation & Control Engg)
Age: 19 1/2 - 25 years DoB: 02 Aug 1983 – 01 Feb 1989

Selection: SSB Interview; Medical Exam

Application Form: Send by ordinary post in prescribed format with all required documents to the above address. Superscribe "SSC Engineering / Electrical Branch – Aug 08; Qualification & Stream (eg Mechanical / Electrical / Electronics etc)…..Aggregate %" on the envelope / download from website

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 09 November 2007

Art & Design

National Institute of Design (NID), Paldi, Ahmedabad 380007 (Guj)
www.nid.edu

A) Graduate Diploma Programme in Design (4 years)
1) Industrial Design: Product Design / Furniture & Interior Design / Ceramic & Glass Design
2) Communication Design: Graphic Design / Animation Film Design / Film & Video Communication / Exhibition Spatial Design
3) Textile & Apparel Design: Textile Design

B) PG Diploma in Design (2 - 2˝ years)
1) Industrial Design: Production Design / Furniture & Interior Design / Ceramic & Glass Design / Toy & Game Design / Transportation & Automobile Design
2) Textile, Apparel & Accessory Design: Textile Design / Apparel Design & Merchandising / Lifestyle Accessory Design
3) Communication Design: Graphic Design / Animation Film Design / Film & Video Communication
4) Interdisciplinary Design Study: Strategic Design Management (2 years)
5) IT Integrated (Experiential) Design (2 years, NID, PG Campus, Gandhinagar): New Media Design / Information & Interface Design
Programmes offered at R&D Campus, Bangalore:
1) Design for Retail Experience
2) Design for Digital Experience

Eligibility: For A: 10+2
Age Limit: 20 years (on 01 June 2008)
For B: Bachelors degree
Age Limit: 27 years (on 01 June 2008)
Selection:
Design Aptitude Test: 06 January 2008 (For GDPD) / 05 January 2008 (For PGDPD)

Application Form: Download from website / Send Rs 1050/- (For Each) by DD drawn any scheduled bank favouring "National Institute of Design," payable at Ahmedabad with stamped (Rs 25/-) self-addressed envelopes (8" x 12") to the Academic Office at the above address by 23 November ‘07 / Superscribe "Admissions 2008" on the envelope.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 30 November 2007

Engineering

Electronics Service & Training Centre, Kaniya, Ramanagar, Nainital 244715 (Utt) (M/o Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, GoI)
www.estcindia.com

Advanced Course in PCB Technology (1 year)
Advance Course in Industrial Instrumentation / Tool Engg(1 year)
DOEACC ‘B’ level Computer Course (2 years)
Other short term programs

Selection: First come first serve basis

Details: Employment News (06 – 12 October 2007) / Website.

Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore 560012 (Kar)
www.iisc.ernet.in/admissions

Mid-year admissions to Research Programs (for PhD only)
In D/o Aerospace Engg / Chemical Engg / Civil Engg / Computer Science & Automation / Earth Sciences (New Prog) / Electrical Comm Engg / Electrical Engg / Electronics Design & Technology / Instrumentation / Materials Engg / Mechanical Engg / Product Design & Manufacturing / Supercomputer Education & Research.

Eligibility: min 2nd Div/equiv in qualifying exam (pass for SC/ST).

BE / BTech / MSc / BSc (with PCM) followed by AMIE / AMIIChE / Graduate IETE / Masters degree in Engg / Technology in relevant field.

Pass in CSIR UGC-NET for JRF / GATE / IISc Entrance Test

Selection: Interviews: 21 – 23 November 2007

Application Form: Send Rs 700/- by DD favouring "Registrar, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore" with 2 address slips (stickers) to the Deputy Registrar (Academic), Admission Unit at above address / download from website

& Details: Employment News (06 - 12 October 2007) / Website.

Application Deadline: 31 October 2007

Management

Indian Society for Training & Development (ISTD), Training House, B 41, Qutab Institutional Area, New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi 110016 (M/o HRD, GoI)
www.istddiploma.org / www.istdtrg.org

Diploma in Training & Development (18 months, Distance)
(Recognised by MHRD, GoI)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree + 2 years work-ex / PG Degree / Diploma (any discipline).

Application Form: Send Rs 300/- by MO/DD favouring "ISTD (Diploma Programme)", payable at New Delhi at the above address / Download from website

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 30 November 2007

XLRI, School of Business & Human Resource, C H Area (E) Jamshedpur 831001 (Jhar)
www.xlri.ac.in/satellite / www.dwge.com

1) PG Certificate in Logistics & Supply Chain Mgmt (14-16 months)
2) PG Certificate in Business Mgmt / HR Mgmt (14-16 months)

Eligibility: For 1: Bachelors degree (45%) + 1 year work ex
For 2: Bachelors degree (50%) + 2 years work ex

Selection: Qualification; Experience; Interviews

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 15 November 2007

Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences (SIHS), Senapati Bapat Road, Pune 411004 (Mah) (constituent of Symbiosis International University)
www.sdhspune.org / www.snaptest.org

MBA in Hospital & Healthcare Management (2 years, Full Time)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree (50%)

Selection: SNAP Test: 16 December ’07

Application Form: Send Rs 1100/- by DD favouring "Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences," payable at Pune to the above address.

Details: Website

Registration Deadline: 25 November 2007

SP Jain Center of Management, Doubledot Center, 533, Kalbadevi Road, Mumbai 400002 (Mah)
www.spjain.org

Global MBA Programme (1 year) (At Dubai & Singapore Campus)

Eligibility: Working Executives (3 years)

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 15 November 2007

IIM-Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad 380015 (Guj)
www.iimahd.ernet.in/mdp

Management Education Program (4-month; Full Time, Residential)

Eligibility: Managers of private/public sector org and owner-managers

Brochure, Nomination Form & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 18 October 2007

IIM-Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad 380015 (Guj)
www.iimahd.ernet.in

PG Programme in Public Mgmt & Policy (1 year; Full Time).

Eligibility: Bachelors degree with 7 years work-ex (details on website); CAT / GRE / GMAT scores.

Selection: Interview. Those who have not taken the above-mentioned tests, must take a special test

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 03 November 2007

National Institute of Personnel Management, 45 Jhowtala Road, 1st Floor, Kolkata 700019 (WB)
www.nipm.in

PG Diploma in Personnel Mgmt (2 years, Distance)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree (50%) / Honors graduate / Masters degree with 3 years work experience in HR / professionally qualified as CA / CWA / CS / LLB

Application Form & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 30 November 2007

Medicine

Medvarsity Online Ltd, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals Complex, Sarita Vihar, Delhi-Mathura Road, New Delhi (Certification from Apollo Hospitals Education & Research Foundation & Medvarsity )
www.medvarsity.com

1) Fellowship in Cardiac Rehab / Neurological Rehab / Orthopaedic Rehab (6 months)
2) Fellowship in Applied Nutrition / Sports Sciences (6 months)

Eligibility: For 1: MBBS / BPT / BHMS / BAMS / BUMS
For 2:
MBBS / BPT / BHMS / BAMS / BUMS / BPED / MPED / Bachelors degree (Life Sciences / Nursing) / Physiologists / Nutritionists

Details: Contact: Vishal Sinha (9899411505), Amar Matlani (9811771855)

Course Commences: 12 November 2007

Recruitment

Staff Selection Commission, Block No 12, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003

Clerks Grade Limited Departmental Exam 2007 (Group ‘D’ Staff only)

1) Armed Forces Headquarters Clerical Service
2) Grade VI of the IFS Branch ‘B’
3) Central Secretariat Clerical Service

Eligibility: 10+2 / Group ‘D’ employees holding Group ‘D’ post on regular basis (min 5 years).
Age: 50 years (01 August ’07)

Exam: 23 December 2007

Details: Employment News (6 - 12 October 2007)

Application Deadline: 08 November 2007

Scholarships

National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd (NTPC), Northern Region HQ, B 2 Bloack, Ground Floor, PICUP Bhawan, Vibhuti Khand, Gomtinagar, Lucknow 226010 (UP)

Scholarships for SC / ST Students pursuing Full Time Diploma Courses in Engineering

Eligibility: Students of 2nd year Diploma in Engg (Electrical / Instrumentation / Mechanical / Electronics / Civil / Telecomm).

Scholarship: Rs 1000/- pm for a period of 1 year.

Application Form: Send in prescribed format to Dy. Manager (HR) with required documents through Head of your Institution to the above address.

Details: Employment News (06 – 12 October 2007)

Application Deadline: 26 October 2007

Department of Biotechnology, Block 2, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003 (M/o Science & Technology, GoI)
www.dbtindia.gov.in

Specialized Training in Niche Areas of Biotechnology: 2007-08 (2 months – 1 year)
(Associateship for young scientists)

Eligibility: PhD / MD in (Area related to Life Sciences / Biotechnology / Medicine)
Age: 40 years (On 15 November ’07)

Stipend: US $ 2400/- pm; Preparatory Allowance: Rs 12000/-
Application Form: Submit application to Dr. Shailja Vaidya Gupta, Joint Director at the above address.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 15 November 2007

The Charles Wallace India Trust, British Council Division, British Deputy High Commission, Mittal Tower, 'C' Wing, 2nd Floor, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021 (Mah)
www.britishcouncil.org/india-scholarships-cwit-application.pdf

Charles Wallace India Fully Funded Awards
In Arts & Heritage Conservation

Eligibility: Indian citizens with good working knowledge of English; Bachelor’s degree / Diploma in relevant field; Statement of Purpose. Candidate must not have received the CWIT grant in the last 5 years. Students with little or no overseas exposure preferred.
Age: 25 - 38 years for most grants and 45 years for visiting fellowships or short research visits.

Selection: SOP & Interviews (late February / early March)

Award: Fully funded awards include stipend, international travel and fees. Partial awards cover grants towards fees or maintenance costs in the UK.

Application Form & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 31 October 2007

Schools

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, Regional Office, Bay No 26-27, Sector 31 A, Chandigarh 160030 (Punj) (M/o HRD)
www.nvsrochd.gov.in

Jawahar Vidyalaya Selection Test 2008 (Admission to Class VI)

Eligibility: Studying Class V from a recognized school.
DOB: 01 May ’95 - 30 April ’99

Test: 10 February ‘08

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 15 November 2007

Sciences Physical

Indian Institute of Astrophysics, No 9, 2nd Block, Koramangala, Bangalore 560034 (Kar)
www.iiap.res.in

PhD Program

Eligibility: MSc (Physics / Maths) / BE / BTech / MTech

Selection: Test: 24 November 2007

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 24 October 2007

Pervin Malhotra, Director, Career Guidance India (CARING)

(www.careerguidanceindia.com)

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