IT an absolute necessity
D. S. Cheema
Technological innovations using information technology (IT) can have major impact on any education system. An objective assessment of use of computers and related aids to promote the teaching-learning process demands a detailed study of factors that influence education in a particular culture.

The people have the right to choose schools
SING political rallies as a platform to raise a voice against the poor quality of education in government schools, a “My vote, My choice!” campaign is urging leaders to provide “education vouchers” to students, especially from marginalised communities, to enable them select a school of their choice.

Campus NoteS



IT an absolute necessity
D. S. Cheema

Technological innovations using information technology (IT) can have major impact on any education system. An objective assessment of use of computers and related aids to promote the teaching-learning process demands a detailed study of factors that influence education in a particular culture. However, no one can deny the fact that interactive, networked and portable technologies, as against only the use of books, paper and pencil; have great potential to support the learning process.

Management guru Peter Drucker, who has an excellent track record of getting some “big things right”, once predicted, “IT will bring about demise of the university as currently constituted.” IT has indeed made some difference in quality of learning and teaching, but not as much, especially in the context of developing nations like ours, as the wise old man would have liked it. Only a small percentage of students, except those pursuing professional degrees, use computers/laptops, etc., for learning and still a very smaller percentage of teachers use IT as a professional tool. The question is: How can students and teachers use IT to their advantage?

Some educationists say technology necessarily improves the learning-teaching system and advocate that teachers would soon become redundant. Some others, who oppose this line, think that over-dependence on technology can be harmful for the education system. A more rational approach would be to give both technology and the teacher their due. Technology is a powerful tool and it can do a lot to improve the education system. However, the teacher can never be replaced by technology. Rather both can supplement and complement each other.

Technology can help improve the academic performance of students in many ways by developing their higher-order thinking and problem-solving ability. It can also increase a student’s desire to learn more and more by developing the “spirit of enquiry” as also improve the student’s motivation and general attitude towards life. The areas relevant to a student’s learning where IT can play a major role could be:

  • Technology can be directly used to support learning as required by the curriculum, e.g., solving problems in subjects like quantitative techniques, chemistry, physics and operations research and host of other similar subjects, where proof of theorems and solution of complex equations, etc., are involved.
  • All students are not equal in their background knowledge and learning abilities and as such sequential/linear learning may not suit every student. In such situations, a slow learner can get back, revise, rehearse and catch up, whereas a fast learner can hop and come back at his convenience.
  • IT provides an excellent means of collaboration between students and teachers as well as within the student community. Learning by multiplying information and knowledge and sharing has huge potential and good students have always been using this method to their advantage.
  • Students who wish to excel in particular subject can go far beyond the syllabus by using Internet to their advantage .If a student loves a particular field and wants to take it up as a profession at a later stage in his career, he does not have to be necessarily constrained by the limits of teaching in the classroom.
  • Use of computer, Internet, LCD projector, visual presenter and other such aids can promote teaching and learning. Students can support their classroom learning by use of such technology.

Perhaps, the most important aspect in all this is the attitude of management towards the use of technology in a particular institution. Most of the heads of institutions and teachers are shy of using a computer though many take pride in displaying it in their offices as showpieces. They are not able to make others learn new technology, as they are themselves ignorant of the use of many tools technology offers. In such a culture, it is difficult for the student to take advantage of IT to support their learning unless they adopt a pro-active approach. In terms of expenditure, appropriate technology is available at affordable costs. Funds should not remain a constraint, if the institution is genuinely interested in improving the teaching-learning process. Over a period of time, the use of technology in education can become a capital saving tool.

One of the major benefits of technology is that it makes a student employable when he moves out of the institution. If one is able to master the tools such as Word- Processor, Excel, Spreadsheets, CAD, website development, tally etc., one’s employment potential is much higher than any one without these skills. It is a well-established fact that in today’s world, multi-talent multi-skill employees are much sought after. Technology does not offer solutions to every problem, especially the social problems. A student can experience certain things only by operating in the environment he gets and it is up to the student, the teacher and the institution to ensure that a fine balance is maintained between the use of technology and a student’s social and moral growth.

A teacher can bring the best learning experience of the world to the students in the classroom and can become a true mentor to a great extent. Using technology, teachers can create a virtual classroom for the physically challenged students who cannot move out of their houses.

While making the best use of technology for teaching and learning, both the student and teacher must remember the limitations of technology. Computers cannot think, they can only process the program designed by some one. They will do well to remember what Goldman, Cole and Syer (1999) observed, “At its best, technology can facilitate deep exploration and integration of information, high-level thinking and profound engagement by allowing students to design, explore, experiment, access information, and model complex phenomena.”

The people have the right to choose schools

USING political rallies as a platform to raise a voice against the poor quality of education in government schools, a “My vote, My choice!” campaign is urging leaders to provide “education vouchers” to students, especially from marginalised communities, to enable them select a school of their choice.

The Centre for Civil Society that is running the campaign, said this would improve the overall quality of education that schools provide.

“When funds are not a limiting factor for a child to select his or her school, they will obviously opt for one which has a good infrastructure and strong teachers’ presence. This will instil a feeling of competitiveness amongst the schools to improve themselves in order to attract more students, thus raising the quality of education,” Baishali Bomjan of “My vote, My choice!” told IANS.

To prove its point, the NGO has been running a three-year pilot project in Delhi.

In a pilot project which we launched in 2007, we chose 408 students from across Delhi and gave them education vouchers of Rs 3,600 per annum to get admission in a budget school of their choice. Most parents decided to pull our their children from government schools and put them in private schools instead.

“After a year, we drew up an assessment report and saw that the overall learning capacity, the will to go to school and learn amongst the students had increased,” Bomjan said.

The campaigners are marking their presence felt in almost all major political rallies in order to get their message across to the leaders and policy makers.

“We are not saying that government schools should close down. But since these schools are not accountable to the parents, quality of education is always compromised with. We are already in talks with the Rajasthan government in this regard,” Bomjan said.

“Through this campaign, we are trying to say that if people have the right to choose their government, then why not a school? Educational reform is the need of the day,” she added. — IANS

Campus NoteS

Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
Fulbright Visiting Fellowship awarded

Prof Sheri Melton from Westchester University, College of Health Sciences, Pennsylvania, USA, has been awarded the prestigious Fulbright Visiting Fellowship to undertake collaborative research and teaching in the Department of Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy of Guru Nanak Dev University. This was informed by Dr Jaspal Singh, the head of the Department of Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy.

Dr Singh said Prof Sheri, an expert in exercise physiology and kineseology would be engaging herself in the ongoing research projects to help forge long-term strategies for interdisciplinary collaborative research between both the universities. She would work in the department for five months starting from this July, he added.

Prof Sandhu, in consultation with Prof Sheri, would design the wellness clinic and cardiac rehabilitation sedentary lifestyle. Dr Jaspal said the main aim would be to target diabetes and osteoporosis, the two main lifestyle diseases. The department would conduct research on lifestyle diseases and would be providing data to influence the policy makers of Punjab to curtail this epidemic. It would also disseminate knowledge to general population of the state.

Seminar on soy nutrition and health

A seminar on "Soy Nutrition and Health" was organised on the university campus in collaboration with the American Soybean Association International Marketing (ASA). The seminar was sponsored by industries involved with soy processing.

Prof Raghbir Singh, dean, academic affairs, presided over and delivered the inaugural address, while Dr Suresh Itapu, global director of ASA, delivered the keynote address. Dr Kavitha Reddy delivered a lecture on "Soy: Health Benefits and Soy Traditional Foods". Dr Suresh said there was a dire need to make people aware of the nutritional health benefits of soy to reduce the cases of malnourishment and protein deficiency diseases in the country. He hoped that this seminar would help popularise the health benefits of soybean. Earlier, Prof Narpinder Singh, dean, faculty of applied sciences, and coordinator of the seminar, welcomed the chief guest and other participants.

Grant for Physics dept

The Department of Physics has received a grant of 72 lakh from the University Grants Commission under the Special Assistance Programme (SAP). The amount will be spent over the next five years. Prof B.S. Bajwa, head of the department, has been nominated as coordinator of the programme while Prof R.K. Bedi will be the deputy coordinator. The primary aim of the programme is to encourage research efforts in pursuit of excellence. The grant has been sanctioned for strengthening the existing research and computer labs and the library.

— Contributed by P. K. Jaiswar



National Institute of Plant Health Management, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad 500030 (AP) (Directorate of Plant Protection Quarantine & Storage, GoI)

PG Diploma in Plant Protection (10 months)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree in Agriculture

Application Form: Send on plain paper with the required documents to the Joint Director (Entomology) & Head of Office, at the above address.

Details: Employment News (11 – 18 April 2009)

Application Deadline: 15 May 2009

Art & Design

Northern India Institute of Fashion Technology (NIIFT), B 68, Industrial Area, Phase VII, Mohali (Punj) (In collaboration with NIFT; M/o Textiles, GoI)

1) Diploma in Fashion Design / Textile Design / Fashion Design Knits / Fashion Design in Leather Apparels & Accessories (3 years)
2) PG Diploma in Garment Manufacturing Technology / Knitwear Design & Technology / Fashion Marketing & Mgmt (2 years)
(At Mohali, Ludhiana, Jalandhar centres)


For 1: 10+2
For 2: Bachelors degree.

Selection: Entrance Test: 05 June 2009

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 19 May 2009


IIT - Madras, Chennai 600036 (TN)

Admission to MTech 2009-2010 – Sponsored Scheme
In D/o: Aerospace Engg / Applied Mechanics / Chemical Engg / Civil Engg/ Computer Science & Engg / Clinical Engg / Electrical / Mechanical / Metallurgical & Materials Engg / Ocean / Maths (Industrial Maths & Scientific Computing) / Physics (Solid State Technology).

Eligibility: Bachelors degree in Engg / Technology / Architecture (60%)
AMIE with a valid GATE score; 2 years of work-ex; Sponsored by R&D Institutions / Industry / Enng Colleges

Selection: Written Test; Interview

Application Form: Send Rs. 500/- by DD favouring " The Registrar, IIT, Madras" payable at Chennai with two addressed slips (50 mm x 100 mm) with your address in bold to the Deputy Registrar (Acad), at above address by 22 April 2009.
Superscribe: "Request for Application for Sponsored MTech Programme – 2009"

Details: Employment News (11 – 18 April 2009) / Website.

Application Deadline: 27 April 2009

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amrita Centre for Nanosciences, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, AIMS Ponnekkara PO, Kochi 682041 (TN) (Deemed University)

MTech in Nanomedical Sciences

Eligibility: MSc in Sciences / BTech / MPharm / MBBS / BDS
Selection: Entrance Test: 03 May 2009; Interview: 04 May 2009

Application Form: Send Rs 650/- by DD favouring "Amrita Centre for Nanosciences" payable at Kochi to the Director at the above address / Download from website.

Details: Website

Admission Deadline: 01 May 2009

ABV - Indian Institute of Information Technology & Management, Morena Link Road, Gwalior 474010 (MP) (Deemed University)

1) MTech (Full Time)
2) PhD (Full Time)

Eligibility: For 1: BE / BTech (Computer Science & Engg / Electronics & Communication Engg / Electrical Engg), with 1st div. or equivalent CGPA; GATE qualified
For 2: ME / MTech / Masters degree in (Computer Science & Engg / Electronics & Communication Engg / Mgmt / Applied Sciences [Physics / Maths]) / MBA with Engg background (with 1st div. or equivalent CGPA) / exemption for GATE/NET/CAT/JMET qualified candidates.

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 27 April 2009

Vasantdada Sugar Institute, Manjari (Bk), Tal. Haveli, Pune 412307 (Mah)

PG Diploma Course in:
1) Sugar Technology
2) Sugar Instrumentation Technology
3) Industrial Fermentation & Alcohol Technology
4) Sugar Engg Diploma
5) MSc in Environmental Science
6) Certificate in Sugar Engg / Sugar Manufacture
Certificate in Sugar Boiling / Juice Supervision

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 21 May 2009

Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore 632014 (TN) (Deemed University)

1) MCA (3 years)
2) MTech (2 years)
(Automotive Electronics / Automotive Engineering / Biomedical Engineering / Biotechnology / CAD / CAM / Communication Engineering / Computer Science & Engineering / Energy & Environmental Engineering / IT-Networking / Mechatronics / Nanotechnology / Power Electronics & Drives / Sensor System Technology / Structural Engineering / VLSI Design)

Selection: Entrance Exam- VITMEE 2009: 07 June ‘09. Those with valid GATE score, exempted from entrance exam

Application Form: Send Rs 900/- by DD favouring "VIT University", payable at Vellore with your complete address to Admissions Officer at the above address / Download from website.

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 20 May 2009

National Institute of Technology Tiruchirapalli, Tiruchirapalli 620015 (TN) (Deemed University)

Admission to MTech / MSc / MS / PhD 2009-10

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 11 May 2009

National Institute of Technology Durgapur, Mahatma Gandhi Avenue, Durgapur 713209 (WB)

Admission to MTech / MSc Programmes 2009-10
Application Form:
Send Rs 500/- by DD favouring "Director, NIT, Durgapur", payable at Durgapur to the Director or Dean (PG & Research) at above address / Download from website.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 25 May 2009

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

1) ME / MPharm / MTech / MUP (Town Planning) at Mesra

2) MSc Bioinformatics (Kolkata, Mesra)

3) MSc Geoinformatics (Jaipur, Kolkata, Mesra)

4) MSc Biomed Instrumentation, Info Sc, Applied (Physics / Chemistry / Maths) (Mesra)

5) MSc IT (Lalpur, For girls only)

Selection: For 1: GATE 2008 / 2009, Test / Interview
For 2: Online Test: 14 June ‘09

Application Form & Detail: Website

Application Deadline: 23 May 2009

Nirma University of Science & Technology, Institute of Technology, Sarkhej - Gandhinagar Highway, Ahmedabad 382481 (Guj)


Selection: 10% of seats on the basis of rank in AIEEE –2009

Application Form: Send Rs 1000/- by DD favouring "Institute of Technology, Nirma University" payable at Ahmedabad to the Admission Officer, UG Admission Committee 2009, Block A Institute of Technology, at the above address / Download from website.

Application Deadline: 10 June 2009


The Institute of Cost & Works Accountants of India, Bhawan, 3, Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003

Certificate in Accounting Technicians: (1 year)
Foundation Course

2) Intermediate Course

For 1: 10+2.
For 2: Bachelors degree / ICWAI Foundation Pass

Selection: Entrance Exam held in June & December every year
Application Form:
Send Rs. 80/- by DD favoring "ICWAI A/C CAT" payable at New Delhi to the Directorate at the above address

Details: Employment News (11-18 April 2009) / Website.


Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Anusandhan Bhawan, C 56/1, Sector 62, Noida 201307 (UP) (D/o IT, M/o Comm & IT, GoI) /

MBA (Software Enterprise Mgmt) (1 year)
(Affiliated to GGSIPU, Delhi)

Eligibility: BE / BTech / MSc (Computer Science / IT / Electronics) / MCA (60%)

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 15 June 2009

International Institute of Information Technology, P 14, Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park, Hinjawadi, Pune 411057 (Mah)

Advanced PG Programmes (Software Technologies / Network & Telecom / Embedded System Design / Microelectronics & VLSI Design), 2 years, FT
(in School of Information & Technology)
Advanced PG Programmes
(Nanoscience & Nanotechnology / Nanoelectronics / Nanobiotechnology / Nano, Bio, Info, Cogno (NBIC) Convergence Technology / Intelligent Systems & Robotics / Intelligent Transportation Systems / Satellite Communication & Space Systems), 2 years, FT
(in School of Interdisciplinary Science & Technology)
(Computational Fluid Dynamics / Gas Engg) / MBA (Oil & Gas Mgmt), 2 years, FT

(in School of Engineering & Technology)

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 08 June 2009


AP University of Law, Swamy Gnananda Guest House, Palace Layout, Pedawaltair, Visakhapatnam 530017 (AP)

1) BA, LLB (Hons) (5 years)
2) PhD & LLD also offered

Eligibility: For 1: 10+2 (50%)
Age: 20 years (On 01 July 2009)
Test: APULET 2009: 14 June 2009

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 30 May 2009


NMIMS University, School of Pharmacy & Technology Management, VL Mehta Road, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai 400056 (Mah)

1) MPharm (2 years)
(At Mumbai & Shirpur campus)
2) MSc in Applied Pharm Sciences (2 years)
(At Mumbai campus only)

Selection: Entrance Test: 21 June 2009; Personal Interview

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 04 June 2009

Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, 3 & 4, Institutional Area, Jasola, New Delhi 110025

PGDM- Executive PG Diploma in Mgmt (3 years, Part Time)
2) PGDM- Executive PG Diploma in Mgmt (Marketing) (3 years, Part Time)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree with preference to working professionals

Selection: Written Test: 17 May 2009, Interview

Application Form & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 09 May 2009

TERI University, 10, Institutional Area, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi 110070

MBA in (Business Sustainability) (2 years, Full Time)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree with English & Maths in 10+2

Selection: CAT / MAT / GMAT; Interview & GD: 13-14 June 2009

Application Form & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 15 May 2009

Delhi University, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Vivek Vihar, Delhi 110095

Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) (3 years, Full Time) (Also in Deen Dayal Upadhaya College, Keshav Mahavidayala College)
Bachelor of Financial & Investment Analysis (BFIA) (3 years, Full Time)

Eligibility: 10+2 (60%).

Selection: Entrance Test: 07 June 2009 (Delhi, Chandigarh, Kanpur & Kolkata)

Application Form: Outstation Candidates: Send DD of Rs. 460/ - (For both courses: Rs. 660/ -) issued by any nationalised bank favouring the "Principal, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Delhi" with a stamped (Rs. 60/-) self-addressed A4 size envelope to the Administration Officer at above address. Local students must collect forms from college office before 02 May 2009.

Application Deadline: 02 May 2009

Institute for Integrated Learning in Management (IILM), IILM Graduate School, 16 Knowledge Park II, Greater Noida (UP) /

PG Diploma in Retail Mgmt (2 years, Full Time)

Application Form: Download from website.

Details: Website.


University of Delhi, Faculty of Medical Sciences, 6th Floor, VP Chest Institute Building, Delhi 110007

Super-Speciality Entrance Test (SET) 2009
For admission to:
DM (Cardiology / Neurology / Medical Gastroenterology)
MCh (Cardio-Vascular & Thoracic Surgery / Surgical Gastroenterology / Neuro-Surgery / Peadiatrics Surgery)
Eligibility: MS / MD or equiv (passed on/ before 30 May ‘09)

Exam: 06 - 07 June 2009

Application Form: Send Rs. 2,050/- by DD favouring "Registrar, University of Delhi" payable at Delhi with self-addressed envelope (10" x 8") to Assistant Registrar at above address by 06 May ‘09 / download from website

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 18 May 2009

Private Medical Colleges Association, Samanpura, Raja Bazar, Bailey Road, Patna 800014 (Bih)

(In Katihar Medical College Katihar, Bihar / Mata Gujri Memorial Medical College, LSK Kishanganj, Bihar)

Eligibility: 10+2 (PCB (Zoology & Botany), 50%)
Age: 17 years (On 31 December ’09)
21 June 2009

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 08 June 2009


Sahu Jain Trust, Times House, 7, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi 110002

1) Overseas Loan Scholarships (upto 1 lakh):
(For PG / UG Technical studies abroad)
2) Inland Scholarships (Rs 150/- to Rs 1000/- pm):
(a) Technical Trade Courses (Computer & IT)
(b) Professional Courses (Engg & Medical)
(c) Graduation, PG & other courses

Eligibility: Students of Indian origin with uniformly brilliant academic record.

Application Form: Send self-addressed, stamped (Rs 5/-) envelope (9" x 4") to the Secretary at the above address by 20 May 2009 (For 1) & 20 July 2009 (For 2) / Download from website.

Application Deadline: For 1: 30 May 2009
For 2: 30 July 2009

Anne Foley, The Economist, 25 St James Street, London, SW1A 1HG (UK)

Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation
(To promote understanding of financial markets and institutions, and in particular to foster excellence in financial journalism)

Eligibility: Students enrolled in a PG course in Economics in a UK university, unemployed and wish to take vocational training in financial journalism

Application Form: Send a CV, proposed research topic, proof of entry to a Masters programme to the above address.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 16 May 2009


Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Computer Science Building, CET Campus Thiruvananthapuram 695016 (Ker) (M/o HRD, GoI)

Admission to PhD Programme 2009-10:
in Biological / Chemical / Physical / Mathematical Sciences

Eligibility: MSc in respective or allied areas with a valid GATE / NET / JEST / ICMR / DBT / NBHM (55%) ; BE / BTech / MBBS / PG in Agriculture can also apply
Application Form & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 27 April 2009


Tamil Nadu Physical Education and Sports University, 8th Floor, EVK Sampath Maaligai, College Road, Chennai 600006(TN)

1) PhD / MPhil in (Physical Education / Yoga / Advanced Training & Coaching / Exercise Physiology & Nutrition / Sports Psychology & Sociology / Sports Bio-Mechanics & Kinesiology / Sports Mgmt), 1 year

2) MBA in (Sports Mgmt), 2 years

3) MSc in (Yoga / Sports Coaching / Exercise Physiology and Nutrition / Fitness Mgmt / Sports Psychology & Sociology / Sports Bio-Mechanics & Kinesiology), 2 years

4) PG Diploma in (Fitness & Wellness Mgmt / Adapted Physical Education / Applied Statistics in Physical Education / Yoga / Yoga for Fitness & Wellness / Sports Physiotherapy), 1 year
5) Diploma in Sports Coaching (1 year)
6) BSc in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition (3 years)

Application Form: Send Rs. 575 (For PhD) / Rs 375/- (For others) by DD favouring "The Registrar, Tamil Nadu Physical Education and Sports University", payable at Chennai to the above address / Download from website.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 16 May 2009

Teaching & Education

National University of Educational Planning & Administration, 17 B, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi 110016 (M/o HRD, GoI)

1) Integrated MPhil – PhD with Fellowship (Full Time)
2) Direct PhD with Fellowship (Full Time)
3) PhD (Part Time) (Educational Policy / Planning / Finance / Administration)

Eligibility: For 1: Masters degree in (Social Sciences & allied disciplines, 55%)
For 2: MPhil (Educational Planning / Administration)
For 3: Masters degree in (Education / Social Sciences & allied disciplines, 55%) + 5 years work experience in teaching / educational planning / administration.

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 29 May 2009


University of Madras, Institute of Distance Education, Chepauk, Chennai 600005 (TN)

1) MA / MSc
2) PG / MPhil Courses

3) MA in (Anthropolgy / Post Modern Development Administration / French Studies) / MSc Life Sciences (5 years integrated)

4) PG Diploma / Diploma / Certificate Courses

5) Self-Supportive Courses
6) MD
7) MBA / MCA

Selection: Entrance Tests to be conducted from 01 June 2009 onwards

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: For 2 & 5: 25 May 2009
For 6 & Diploma courses (Taramani campus): 30 April 2009
For 4: 31 July 2009

University of Allahabad, Allahabad (UP) /

1) BA / BSc / BSc (Home Sc / Applied Sc) / Bcom
2) MA / MSc / MCom / M Mus / MA Mass Communication / MSc Agriculture (Chemistry / Botany / Zoology) / MSc Computer Science / MSc Biochemistry / MA / MSc (Anthropology)
3) LLB (3 years)
4) BA LLB (Hons) (5 years)
5) LLM
6) B Mus
7) BFA

Eligibility: For 1: 10+2
For 2: Bachelors degree
For 3: 10+2+3 (45%), Age: 30 years
For 4: 10+2 (45%), Age: 20 years
For 5: LLB (3 years / 5 years)
For 6: 10+2 with Music
For 7: 10+2, Age: 22 years

Test: For 1: 01 – 02 June 2009
For 2: 15 – 16 June 2009
For 3: 25 June 2009
For 4: 18 June 2009
For 5: 23 June 2009
For 6: 25 June 2009, practical: 26 – 27 June 2009
For 7: 07 June 2009, practical: 08 June 2009

Details: Website

Application Deadline: For 1: 05 May 2009
For 2: 22 May 2009
For 3, 4, 5: 14 May 2009
For 6, 7: 25 May 2009

Pervin Malhotra, Director, Career Guidance India (CARING)