EDUCATION TRIBUNE

How to do well in exams
Once again the examination time is around and every student is waiting to put in his/her best effort to score a high percentage. It is well known that it is not always that the most industrious or the brightest and perhaps the most deserving students get the maximum marks in any subject or examination. It almost always is that the examinee, who tackles the examination the best, gets the highest score when the results are announced. 

n Do’s 
n Don’ts 

Homework answers on Net 
French schoolchildren now have a chance to duck homework for a fee. The website, faismesdevoirs .com (domyhomework.com), which opened on Wednesday, is the creation of Stéphane Boukris, a 25-year-old business graduate who has announced he plans expanding into the English-language market. He claimed thousands of French pupils had already subscribed to the site, which has been slammed by politicians and teachers’ unions as an immoral service for well off children.

Vocational training at PAU
The Punjab Government has sanctioned a number of training programmes to the Punjab Agricultural University under the Employment generation and Training Department. The courses are of the duration of one to three months.

Fame culture ‘harms pupils’
Teenagers’ dreams of becoming pop stars or sporting champions are hampering attempts to get them to appreciate the value of a good education, an education minister said yesterday.

Towards transparent evaluation
The recent initiative of Panjab University, Chandigarh, to upload answers to the question papers of various entrance tests on its website has hopefully kick-started an era of much-needed transparency in the evaluation. Till now, no examining body, be it IITs or IIMs, have officially made answers to their entrance test papers public.

Campus Notes
CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar

  • Training for jobless women

  • Pest Management programme

  • KVK Workshop

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How to do well in exams
D S Cheema

Once again the examination time is around and every student is waiting to put in his/her best effort to score a high percentage. It is well known that it is not always that the most industrious or the brightest and perhaps the most deserving students get the maximum marks in any subject or examination. It almost always is that the examinee, who tackles the examination the best, gets the highest score when the results are announced. Many a student wonder why so and so who always was far behind him/her throughout the year, moved ahead and scored more than him/her. Well, this phenomenon has always been there and will continue to stay as long as students keep preparing for the examination without realizing that getting good marks in any examination is both a science as also an art. The science has to be learnt as any skill and art has to be mastered. 
Here are few tips for students to do well in any examination:

Identify your personality type.

There are different types of students and so there are different types of examinees i.e. the same person may have different behaviour pattern as a student and an entirely different personality while appearing in an examination .You may have been a good student, attending maximum number of classes, interacting with the teacher and have been in the good books of the teacher. Many students act to appear intelligent and sharp and get undeserving praise from fellow students and teachers, even when they have not understood exactly and completely what has been taught. Such students enter the examination hall with guilt, inferiority complex and hence lack confidence to tackle the question paper. If you are one of this type, you must shorten your sight be realistic in getting only what you really deserve. Don’t expect the same bouquet from the examiner as you are used to getting in the class room. Remember, an ideal examinee is the one who

F Puts in concerted effort throughout the year

F Has clear focus

F Has realistic aspirations

F Is confident without having misplaced confidence

F Believes in the ‘Karma’ of the present i.e. puts in the best during the period of the examination.

F Does not waste time in the copying/ cheating and in mastering other unfair means techniques.

F Once in the examination hall, manages well the time allotted for answering questions.

Manage the allotted time judiciously

Good time management is the very essence of life, whether you are top executives, a shop owner, an entrepreneur or an examinee. Here are a few Do’s and Don’ts which any learner will do well to remember and follow

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Do’s 

F Go through all the instructions given on the top of the question paper very carefully.

F Do go through the entire question paper carefully if it is a subjective type of examination.

F Do prioritise the questions in the order in which they are to be answered based on their order of difficulty. Attempt the easiest question first.

F Do attempt the most difficult question which you have no choice to leave out.

F Look at the marks allotted to the questions and limit your answers and time proportionate to the marks. Often students like to write everything they know about a particular question unmindful of the time available and marks allotted.

F Allot approximately 10 minutes for going through the question paper initially and another 10 minutes for revision at the end, so, divide the left out time (after deducting 20 minutes) proportionate to the marks.

F Attempt both the questions if you are running short of time and you still have two questions left to be answered. Examinee would be tempted to give marks to both the answers even if they are incomplete. It is better to attempt two and leave both incomplete rather than attempting one and leaving that one incomplete.

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Don’ts 

F Don’t enter the examination hall with a negative feeling that you will not be able to do well. Have faith in your preparation and go with a positive mind set.

F Never move from one question to another. Some student has the habit of starting with one question and suddenly shifting to another one. Try and complete the question in hand as far as possible. At the same time if you are stuck badly, move on.

F Don’t get stuck, you must move on. Remember, if you are stuck, the time does not stop, it continues to click. Time permitting, come back to the question and make another attempt after a break. You will be surprised to realise that the point where you were stuck is no more a hurdle.

F Never leave the examination hall before the allotted time is over. It doesn’t help. Even if you have answered all the questions to your entire satisfaction, go through the commas and full stops, label the headings, improve the presentation, add or subtract a fact. It always pays to look at the entire answer sheet in one go, perhaps the question number is written wrongly or a diagram has been left unmarked.

F Never try to copy another student; it is unethical and doesn’t help you as the other student could also be wrong.

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Homework answers on Net 

French schoolchildren now have a chance to duck homework for a fee. The website, faismesdevoirs .com (domyhomework.com), which opened on Wednesday, is the creation of Stéphane Boukris, a 25-year-old business graduate who has announced he plans expanding into the English-language market. He claimed thousands of French pupils had already subscribed to the site, which has been slammed by politicians and teachers’ unions as an immoral service for well off children.

Xavier Darcos, the French education minister, said: “I consider that the role of state education is to offer everyone a free service, including the correction of homework. I wouldn’t want the income of parents to decide failure or success at school.” According to The Scotsman, Boukris employs a team of teachers and higher education students who guarantee to deliver within 24 to 72 hours perfectly completed homework, sent to them by secondary school pupils who can pay through their mobile phones.

The website charges according to the complexity of the questions, ranging from between 5 for three maths sums and up to 30 for a full essay. One hour after it began operating, a huge demand for the website led to its crash. “2,000 visits per second was both a good and bad result,” said Boukris. — ANI

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Vocational training at PAU
KS Chawla

The Punjab Government has sanctioned a number of training programmes to the Punjab Agricultural University under the Employment generation and Training Department. The courses are of the duration of one to three months.

According to Dr. (Mrs) S.K.Mann, Dean, Postgraduate studies, Punjab Agricultural University, these courses are food processing and preservation, Propagation and production techniques in Horticulture, Souvenirs and Handicrafts, Chef and kitchen helper, Nutrition care providers, Catering management, packed food services and Certificates Course in Child Care.

These courses would be run in the College of Home Science and the Dean, College of Home Science has been appointed as the nodal person. Mrs. Mann said that the Punjab Agricultural University got itself registered as a Vocational Training Provider with the Department of Employment Generation, Government of India.

Besides, Punjab Agricultural University has submitted three projects to the Directorate Employment Generation and Training, Punjab-Vocational Guidance-training faculty, development and preparation of vocational guidance material, developing curricula and content material for selected vocational trainings.

The Punjab Agricultural University at its own level has initiated courses for students on communications and soft skills for the personality development, establish entrepreneurship and cooperative network and retail management.

Book on M S Randhawa

The Punjab Agricultural University held year long celebrations of birth centenary of Dr. M. S Randhawa a former Vice-Chancellor of the university and a renowned administrator cum scientist. The concluding functions were held last month. The PAU authorities have setup an art gallery dedicated to Dr. Randhawa and also organised a flower show and Dr. Randhawa Memorial Lecture. A book entitled, Maker of Modern Punjab containing articles on various aspects of Dr. Randhawa and his contribution to the development of PAU and agriculture in Punjab has also been published by the PAU’s Communication Centre. The book has two sections, one in English and Punjabi.

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Fame culture ‘harms pupils’
Sarah Cassidy

Teenagers’ dreams of becoming pop stars or sporting champions are hampering attempts to get them to appreciate the value of a good education, an education minister said yesterday.

Teenagers’ dreams of becoming pop stars or sporting champions are hampering attempts to get them to appreciate the value of a good education, an education minister said yesterday.

Ivan Lewis, the minister for skills and vocational education, said efforts to convince pupils to get qualifications were being complicated by the growing belief among young people that they could become rich and famous without any educational 
qualifications.

Mr Lewis told The Independent that educationalists should accept that not all children understood that academic and vocational qualifications could help them improve their standard of living.

“One of the modern complications is that young people look at people who have succeeded, whether they be Pop Idol winners or David Beckham, and learn that there’s an element of chance to becoming a celebrity,” he said. “It doesn’t teach them that there is a route to a better standard of living through their educational achievements.”

— By arrangement with The Independent

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Towards transparent evaluation
Ravi K Mahajan

The recent initiative of Panjab University, Chandigarh, to upload answers to the question papers of various entrance tests on its website has hopefully kick-started an era of much-needed transparency in the evaluation. Till now, no examining body, be it IITs or IIMs, have officially made answers to their entrance test papers public.

In the process, Panjab University perhaps became the first university to do so. The historic step will not only bring credibility to the evaluation pattern but also unravel the standards of the university examinations to the world.

It goes without exaggeration that while a question paper simply speaks about the level of the paper-setter or the examiner, answers to those questions speaks about the level of the examinee. And at the institutional level, a question paper also reflects the level of the examining body.

In the current scenario, there are a number of ‘examining bodies’, particularly those engaged in evaluating aspirants through ‘multiple-choice question papers’, who put the examinees merely on the receiving end, while earning/saving for themselves huge bounty in the process. These bodies, by taking back the question papers along with the answer sheets after the examination, not only keep the aspirants in suspense over the right answer but also save themselves from the possible evaluation on the righteousness of their questions.

It is indeed the prerogative of the paper-setter to decide on the scope and structure of the questions, but instances of inappropriate questions or inadequate answers amongst the given choices in a question paper are not uncommon.

In one of the recent civil services examinations, conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), a paper on general studies had three questions related to sports. While two were from lawn tennis, in the third question, “tennis” also figured as a partial answer. Besides, a few questions were allegedly “lifted” from some books or “rephrased” to make these look original to escape provisions in the copyright.

On the other hand, setting up of a multiple-choice question is quite a tedious task. The aim of question papers is not to assess what students know, but much beyond that. They reflect the mission and goal of the examination for which it is conducted.

Nonetheless, the initiative taken by Panjab University will make the paper-setters even more particular about the construction and selection of the questions. And it is hoped that taking cue from the university, other examining bodies will also make their evaluation schemes and question papers public.

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Campus Notes
CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar
Training for jobless women

Two groups of 20 unemployed women of scheduled caste each from Mangali and Balawas villages were imparted week long training in Poultry Farming and Energy Conservation by the Department of Home Science Extension Education of CCS Haryana Agricultural University.

The participants were given certificates and kits to help and encourage them to take up poultry farming as a profession. According to Course Director, Dr. Nishi Sethi , these trainings were organised under the departmental scheme on capacity building of Scheduled Caste women through developmental messages initiated for the emancipation of unemployed women and girls. The poultry farming kit comprised poultry birds, feed and mineral mixture while energy saving kit carried a pressure cooker, peeler, knife and crater. She said that another group of 20 women of belonging to Scheduled Castes was imparted training on milk and milk products by the department in collaboration with the Department of Animal Product Technology to help them to take up milk and milk products making as their profession.

Pest Management programme

A 21-day training programme on recent advances in pest population dynamics and monitoring techniques was conducted by the Department of Entomology, Haryana Agricultural University in which scientists from different agricultural universities and various institutes of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) participated.

Dr. J.P. Bhanot, former Head of the host Department of Entomology who inaugurated the programme pointed out that despite the availability of modern technical know-how with respect to pest management, pests were causing significant damage to crops and other commodities. He said scientists should develop techniques that could easily and quickly monitor pest activity so that necessary control measures were initiated before the pests caused damage.

KVK Workshop

A two-day state level Workshop of Krishi Vigyan Kendras ( KVKs ) was held at Haryana Agricultural University in which 100 scientists and extension workers from all over Haryana took part. Organised by the Directorate of Extension Education of the university, the workshop reviewed the work and action plan of KVKs for transfer of technology to the grassroots level.

Vice-Chancellor J.C. Katyal while inaugurating the workshop said that adverse developments like degradation of natural resources, changing climatic patterns and decreasing soil fertility had made agriculture less remunerative. As a result, sustainable development of agriculture had become a matter of concern for planners, administrators and researchers.

Katyal said that the mandate of transfer of technology system should be widened accordingly. He underlined the need for acquainting the farmers with the current trends like marketing , value addition, breeding of animals on scientific lines and commercial farming. For the efficient and timely dissemination of latest technology to the maximum number of farmers he suggested establishment of one Agriculture Technology Information Centre (ATIC) in a cluster of 10-12 villages where seeds, fertilizers and other agricultural inputs and timely advise of farm scientists should be made available to the farmers.

He said that university was planning to produce huge trained work force in agriculture by setting up Agricultural Training Institutes in the state on the pattern of Industrial Training Institutes ( IITs ) where long and short term trainings would be imparted to the farmers and unemployed rural youth.

— Contributed by Raman Mohan 

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Admission deadlines
Civil Services

Union Public Service Commission, Dholpur House, New Delhi 110069
www.upsc.gov.in

Special Class Railway Apprentices Exam – 2009

Eligibility: Indian; 10+2 (with Maths; Physics / Chemistry).
Age: 17-21 years (on 01 August ‘09).

Exam: 26 July ‘09.

Application Form: At designated HPOs / POs: Rs 20/- (Cash).

Details: Employment News (28 February – 06 March 2009) / Website.

Application Deadline: 30 March 2009

Engineering

IIT – Kanpur, Kanpur 208016 (UP)
www.iitk.ac.in/doaa/admissions.html

MTech / MDes / MSc (2 years) PhD / MSc-PhD (Dual Degree) Programmes

Application Form: Write to Assistant Registrar (Academic) with a stamped (Rs 30/-) self-addressed, cloth-lined envelope (23cm x 17cm) (specifying programme) by 10 April 2009 to the above address / Download from website.

Eligibility & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 17 April 2009

Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology (CIPET), Guindy Chennai 600032 (TN)
www.cipet.gov.in

1) MTech (Plastics Engg & Tech) (2 years)
2) MTech (Nano Tech) (2 years)
3) MTech (CAD / CAM / CAE) (2 years)
4) BTech (Plastics Engg / Tech) (4 years)
5) PG Diploma (Plastics Processing & Testing) (1½ years)
6) Post Diploma / Diploma (Integrated Programme Plastic Mould Tech / Plastics Tech), 3 / 4 years

Selection: Entrance Test: 14 June 2009

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 18 May 2009

IT

The National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) Ltd, Okhla Industrial Estate, Phase III, New Delhi 110020 (GoI)

1) Short Term Courses (3 months)
2) Certificate Course for Advance Workman (1 year)
3) Rural Artisan Courses (1 year)

Selection: First-come-first-serve basis.

Details: Employment News (28 February – 06 March 2009)

Management

IIM Indore, Pigdamber, Rau, Indore 453331 (MP)
www.iimidr.ac.in

Executive PG Programme in Management (1 year)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree (50%), minimum 5 years work experience.

Selection: valid CAT / GMAT scores

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 15 April 2009

Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Devghat Jhalwa, Allahabad 211012 (UP)
www.iiita.ac.in

1) Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) for pursuing PhD
2) IIIT-A Zensar project on Remote Energy Metering
3) Indo-Swiss project on Microelectronics

Eligibility: MTech / MBA (IT) / MS (CLIS)

Fellowship:
For 1: JRF: Rs. 14,000/- pm; Contingency & HRA: Rs. 20,000/- pa
For 2: Rs. 25,000/- pm extendable to 1 year only

Application Form & Details: Website
Application Deadline:
21 March 2009

Hamdard University, Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi 110062 (Deemed University)
www.jamiahamdard.edu

MBA / MBA (Health & Hospital Mgmt / Pharmaceutical Mgmt)

Selection: MAT / GMAT & GD / Interview

Application Form: Send Rs. 600/- by DD favouring "Jamia Hamdard" payable at Delhi to the Assistant Registrar (Admissions) at the above address / Download from website.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 16 March 2009

Institute of Information Technology & Management, D 29, Institutional Area, Janakpuri, New Delhi 110058
www.iitmipu.ac.in

PG Diploma in Management (2 years, Full Time)

Eligibility: Graduates (50%) with CAT / MAT scores.

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 31 March 2009

University of Allahabad, Allahabad (UP)
www.monirba.com / www.gbpssi.nic.in

MBA (2 years); at MONIRBA
MBA
(Rural Development) (2 years); at G B Pant Social Science Institute

Eligibility: Bachelors degree

Selection: Test: 24 May 2009; GD & PI

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 18 April 2009

Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, Rae Bareilly (UP)
www.rgipt.ac.in

MBA in Petroleum & Energy Mgmt (2 years)

Eligibility: BE / BTech

Selection: CAT 2008 /; JMET 09 / GMAT scores; GD & PI
Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 10 May 2009

Birla Institute of Technology (BIT), Mesra, Ranchi 835215 (Jhar)
www.bitmesra.ac.in

MBA (2-years, Full Time)
(at Mesra, Lalpur, Noida & Jaipur)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree (55%) & 60% in Class 10 & 12

Selection: CAT-2008 scores (Verbal Percentile: 40 & Total Percentile: 40)

Application Form & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 24 April 2009

Pondicherry University, School of Management Studies, Pondicherry 605014
www.pondiuni.org

MBA (2 years, Full Time)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree (50%)
Selection: CAT 2008; GD & PI (3rd week of April ’09)

Application Form: Download from website

Application Deadline: 31 March 2009

Medicine

University of Delhi, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi, 6th Floor, VP Chest Institute Building, Delhi 110007
www.du.ac.in

Delhi University Medical - Dental Entrance Test (DUMET) – 2009
(For admission to MBBS/ BDS)

Eligibility: 10+2 (PCB + English)-, 50%; Cl 11 & 12 from NCT of Delhi

Exam: 17 May 2009

Application Form: Send Rs. 600/- by Bank DraftDD / Bankers Cheque favouring the "Registrar, University of Delhi," payable at Delhi with a self-addressed envelope (10" x 8") to the Assistant Registrar at above address by 17 March 2009 / Download from website.

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 02 April 2009

National Institute of Siddha, Tambaram Sanatorium, Chennai 600047 (TN) (M/o HFW, GoI)
www.nischennai.org

MD Siddha (3 years)
Maruthuvam / Gunapadam / Sirappu Maruthuvam / Kuzhandai Maruthuvam / Noi Nadal / Nanju Noolum Maruthuva Neethi Noolum

Eligibility: BIM / BSMS + Rotary Resident Internship or equivalent degree by of T Namil Nadu Dr MGR Medical University and the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM), New Delhi + 6-month internship in the a Hospital of Indian System of Medicine recognised by CCIM;. Candidate should be registered with State Council of Indian Medicine / CCIM.

Selection: Entrance Test: 16 May 2009

Application Form: Send request letter with Rs 1000/- by DD favouring "Director, National Institute of Siddha," payable at Chennai and with a stamped (Rs 50/-), self-addressed envelope (32 cm x 25 cm) at the above address by 31 March 2009 / Download from website.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 01 April 2009

Christian Medical College, Thorapadi POost, Vellore 632002 (TN)
http://home.cmcvellore.ac.in

1) MBBS / BPT / BOT / BSc MLT / BSc Nursing

2) Diploma in Nursing / Diploma in Allied Health Science
2) Post Diploma (Hospital Equipment Maintenance / Hospital Pharmacy Practice)

3) Courses after Graduation / Degree (BMRSc) / PG Diplomas (various) / PG Degree: (MSc in (Biochemistry / Microbiology / Epidemiology / Biostatistics)
4) Diploma Courses after PGost Graduation (Fellowship in Hospital Administration)

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 08 April 2009

Scholarships

M/o Social Justice & Empowerment, Room No 622, ‘A’ Wing, 6th Floor, Shastri Bhavan, New Delhi 110001 (GoI)
www.socialjustice.nic.in

National Awards for outstanding fieldwork in Eradicating Untouchability &and Combating offences of atrocities against SC for the year 2008

Eligibility: Award given to NGO’s / Individual Human Rights Activists

Awards: 4 awards, one for each region of the country. Rs 2 lakhs to individuals and Rs. 5 lakhs to NGO’s

Application Form: Send in prescribed format with all required documents to Shri Vinod Kumar Sharma, Under Secretary, at the above address.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 31 March 2009

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560012 (Kar)
www.sid.iisc.ernet.in/dbtpdf.html

DBT-Postdoctoral Fellowship in Biotechnology & Life Science

Eligibility: PhD (Science / Engineering) / MD / MS in any area of Medicine with good academic record and research interest in Biotechnology & Life Sciences
Age limit: Below 40 years (For Women: 45 years)

Fellowship: Each fellow is entitled to a Sstipend of Rs 16,000-18,000/- pm for 2 years &and a research contingency grant of Rs 50,000/- pa, payable to the host institution + HRA.

Selection: Based on CV; Interview (: April / May 2009).

Application Form: Send in prescribed format with required documents to the Coordinator DBT-Research Associateship Program, Department of Biochemistry at the above address. Superscribe "DBT-Post Doctoral Research Fellowship" on envelope.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 06 April 2009

Sciences Physical

Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Jadavpur, Kolkata 700032 (WB)
www.iacs.res.in

Post-BSc Integrated PhD in Chemical Sciences

Eligibility: BSc Chemistry (Hon) 55% in Chem &with Physics & Maths subsi), 55% / BSc (PCM), 55% agg).

Selection: Written Test

Application Form & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 01 April 2009

Sciences Social

School of Archival Studies, National Archives of India, Janpath, New Delhi 110001

Certificate Course in "Servicing & Repair of Records" (11 May – 20 June ‘09)

Eligibility: 10+2 with knowledge of Hindi & English
Age Limit: Below 30 years

Application Form: Send in prescribed format with required documents, Rs 100/- (For each course) by IPO / Bank DraftDD favouring "Administrative Officer, National Archives of India, Janpath, New Delhi 110001" to the Director General of Archives, at above address.

Details: Employment News (28 February – 06 March 2009)

Application Deadline: 02 April 2009

University

Cochin University of Science & Technology, Kochi 682022 (Ker)
www.cusat.nic.in

Admissions through CAT
1) First Degree: BTech (Civil Engineering; Computer Science & Engineering; Electronics & Communication Engineering; IT; Instrumentation; Mechanical Engineering; Marine Engineering, Naval Architecture and Ship Building; Polymer Science and Rubber Technology; Safety & Fire Engineering. Integrated MSc in Photonics and 5-year LLB (Hons)

Post Graduate: LLM; MA (Hindi Language and Literature; MBA (Full Time / Part Time); MBE; MCA; MIB; MTTM. MSc (Applied Chemistry Biotechnology, Electronic Science, Environmental Technology, Hydrochemistry; Industrial fisheries; Marine (Biology / Geology / Geophysics); Mathematics; Meteorology; Oceanography; OR&CA; Physics and Statistics)

2) Admission through DAT
Post Graduate: MA Translation (German/ Russian)

Diploma/ Certificate (Part Time):
Integrated Diploma/ Certificate:
French; German; Japanese; Russian.
Diploma: Functional Arabic; French; German; Japanese; Russian. PG Diploma in Communicative English/ Translation /and Functional Hindi

PG Diploma in Coastal Zone Management (Full Time)

MPhil (Full Time): Applied Economics; Chemistry; Chemical Oceanography; Commerce; Hindi, Life Sciences; Photonics & Physics.

MTech: atmospheric Science; Computer Aided structural analysis and design; Computer &and Information Science; Electronics; Industrial Ccatalysis, Ocean Technology; Opto-Electronics & Laser Technology, Polymer Technology, Software Engineering

ME (By Research) PhD

3) Lateral Entry to BTech
BTech (Civil; Computer Science; Electronics & Communication; IT; Instrumentation; Mechanical; Polymer Science and Rubber Technology; Safety & Fire)

Entrance Exam: All PG programs (except MA Hindi & MA Applied Economic): 23 May 2009
All BTech programs, MSc in Photonics, MA Hindi, LLB, MA Applied Economics: 24 May 2009
BTech Lateral Eentry: 30 May 2009

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 08 April 2009

Banasthali Vidyapith, PO Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan 304022 (Raj)
www.banasthali.org

UG & PG Courses (Various) in Departments of:
Humanities & Social Sciences / Education / Life Sciences / Fine Arts / Management Studies / Mathematics & Computer Science / Engg & Technology / Home Science.

Application Form & Details: Website.

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 08 May 2009

Madurai Kamaraj University, Directorate of Distance Education, Palkalai Nagar, Madurai 625021 (TN)
www.mkudde.org

IT / Degree / Professional / PG Courses / PG Diploma / Diploma / Certificate Courses / Pre Degree (Distance)

Application Form: Send Rs 150/- by DD favouring "the Director, DDE MKU" payable at Madurai with a covering letter mentioning your name &and address of candidate at the above address / Download from website.

Application Form & Details: Website.

Pervin Malhotra,

Director, Career Guidance India (CARING)

(www.careerguidanceindia.com)

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