EDUCATION TRIBUNE

Economic downturn hits MBAs hard
Ajit Jain
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HERE are over 40 students from India doing their MBA at Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Though they finished their exams in May, all these weeks none of them has found either a summer job or an internship offer as a result of the global economic downturn.

Building a new cyber campus
Christopher Edley Jr
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T is time for an 11th University of California campus: a cyber-campus devoted to awarding online degrees to UC-eligible students. No budgetary alchemy will allow us to educate the state’s future university students in the same way we do now but with less money.

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Economic downturn hits MBAs hard
Ajit Jain

Dr Mitali De, associate dean, School of Business and Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo (Ontario), interacting with students in the classroom
Dr Mitali De, associate dean, School of Business and Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo (Ontario), interacting with students in the classroom

THERE are over 40 students from India doing their MBA at Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Though they finished their exams in May, all these weeks none of them has found either a summer job or an internship offer as a result of the global economic downturn.

Three of these students—Nikhil Venugopal, Apar Jain and Vishal Singhal—are not very excited hearing all kinds of negative stories. Before opting for MBA, they worked for Infosys, Bangalore.

According to Venugopal, it is the best time to earn an MBA degree. He says, “If the credit crunch starts dissolving itself, say by the end of this year, or the middle of next year, we should be okay as that’s when we will graduate and be out in the market looking for suitable jobs.”

“An MBA is not a short-term thing,” puts in Jain, “it is a value added for a lifetime. If I don’t get a job under this economic crunch or not even an internship, so what? An MBA degree gives one tools which can be put to use in diverse kind of ways.”

Bob Dhillon, an MBA from Richard Ivey League School, London, and president of a multi-million dollar Mainstreet Equity Corporation, Calgary (Alberta), is the cheerleader for these students. At a recent seminar in Toronto, that saw the participation of 75 Indian students, faculty and business people, his message to them was one of hope. “You are holding a hand in poker that shows four aces!” he said. The four aces being the Indians living in Toronto, doing their MBA and their being “in the right cycle of life to be key players in the global economic village that will advance after the recession ends.”

Dhillon is currently developing a 3,000-acre billion-dollar island in Belize. Despite Dhillon’s optimism, the fact is that the economic downturn has taken away some luster from the MBA degree. Published reports point out that due to the recession, Canada has lost over 86,000 jobs. The salary expectations of MBA holders “have gone down by an average of $10,000 to $20,000, with many asking for $30,000 less than what they envisioned they would be asking when they began their studies,” reveals a recent report in the Globe and Mail.

The New York Times recently reported how graduates from Wharton School of Business are running chasing fewer jobs. “MBA candidates’ collective confidence has been shaken by all other dismal news,” says this report.

When the world economy has become shaky, educators at business schools should “reconsider the MBA curriculum,” suggests Dr Mitali De, associate dean, School of Business and Economics, Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo (Ontario). De, a product of IIT-Madras, does not buy gloom and doom stories and the scary headlines in newspapers. She is confident that despite the current recession, “good business models will survive but still the key to success of the MBA curriculum in these times is flexibility and adaptability to new environmental information”.

De believes that “flexibility in the MBA curriculum can bring to the forefront management issues that are relevant to the times, perhaps through case studies which should assist in shaping the future business leaders who may face a cultural shift in the emerging global network.” She is optimistic that “the future for the creation of a truly global MBA curriculum and degree is optimal now”.

This is not the first time that “the relevance of graduate business degrees has been called into question,” Dr Sanjay Sharma, dean, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal, explains. It happens “whenever an economic crisis erupts in the US and an assumption is made that MBA programmes are somehow responsible for the crisis. On the contrary, these programmes are in fact at the cusp of a great opportunity to increase their relevance in educating managers of the future who will lead radical change, help address global problems by creating value economically, socially and ecologically.”

A published report revealed in April that Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro and Infosys, along with the likes of UK retailer Tesco and Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia, are part of the Forbes list titled Global 2000 Companies that are Hiring. TCS has about 1,30,000 employees, whereas Wipro has a total of 97,000 and Infosys has 1,03,000 employees. “These (and other UK companies) companies are either hiring or laying off relatively few workers,” Forbes report says.

The advice given by Jolseph Palumbo, executive director at Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto, to MBA students is that they should apply where the capital is flowing. They should not wait for a job posting but rather approach the company first.

Ajay Virmani, president of the Toronto-based Cargojet, who has an MBA from the University of New York, stresses on the fact that earning his MBA was the best thing that ever happened to him. He now sits at the head of a multi-million dollar cargo and shipping company with his hands in numerous other enterprises.

“If you want to be amongst the 5 per cent category business leaders, you have to have that competitive edge and by obtaining an MBA, you will have earned that competitive edge,” Virmani tells MBA students.

There are conflicting opinions about the value of an MBA degree at this juncture. But the question experts ask is whether this degree is just for getting a job or more than that. If it is to find a job at the Bay Street (Toronto’s financial district) or the Wall Street in New York, degree holders may find it hard, but there are numerous opportunities for starting their own business, working for NGOs or working for an insolvency company.

Virmani believes that the economic climate poses many challenges, but these challenges also create opportunities that an MBA allows one to explore. Knowledge and skills acquired during the course can outlast any economic downturn and recession, he says.
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Building a new cyber campus
Christopher Edley Jr

IT is time for an 11th University of California campus: a cyber-campus devoted to awarding online degrees to UC-eligible students.

No budgetary alchemy will allow us to educate the state’s future university students in the same way we do now but with less money. The budget cuts caused by the California economic crisis are real and huge, leaving two choices. Educators can do less with less, or we can explore new ways of providing value to California and the nation by doing more—albeit differently—with less.

UC XI would have selective admissions; tuition somewhere between community college and the on-campus UC price, part-time and “anytime” options and lectures by the best faculty from the entire UC system. Our online students might miss the keg parties, but they would have the same world-class faculty, UC graduate student instructors and adjunct faculty.

We have the social networking technologies to support student interactions with instructors and each other. Science laboratories could be provided on weekends, at night or during summers, and not exclusively on UC campuses. The faculty can develop powerful academic controls to guarantee UC-caliber instruction and learning.

There are examples of failure in online instruction, but none involved degree-granting instruction by a premier institution with the kind of market appeal that UC campuses enjoy not just in Barstow but in Bangor and Beijing. Moreover, there are some important success stories. Britain’s government-funded Open University, begun 40 years ago, offers some lectures in partnership with the British Broadcasting Corp. It claims 5 percent of Britain’s adult population has taken at least one of its courses, and it ranks second in student satisfaction out of 258 British institutions, with high marks from government inspectors too. Closer to home, many talented Californians opt for the pricier online University of Phoenix over California’s public four-year campuses, presumably for convenience and schedules—or because of our shortage of seats.

The UC XI cyber-campus could be a way to put high-quality higher education within reach of tens of thousands more students, including part-timers, and eventually provide a revenue boost for higher education.

A new California master plan should define and deliver state-of-the-art online education. There are scores of tough questions to be answered, and business plans to be drafted and redrafted. But every cliché about a crisis tells us that the best offence is often innovation.

The writer is dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law

— By arrangement with LA Times-Washington Post
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Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak
Anti-ragging orders

THE university will come down heavily on students indulging in the act of ragging as the Vice-Chancellor, Dr R. P. Hooda, has passed orders that "involvement in ragging will invite cancellation of admission and rustication from the university forthwith forever". He made it clear that the act(s) of ragging on the campus or in its affiliated institutions would not be tolerated at any cost. Besides all heads of university teaching departments, director, PGRC, Rewari; director, ILMS, Gurgaon, and the principals of affiliated colleges have been instructed to prominently display the orders banning ragging. The Vice-Chancellor has also asked the university provost(s) to issue instructions to hostel wardens to ensure special vigil in hostels, especially during evenings/night hours, to curb the act of ragging, if any.

Meanwhile, the Vice-Chancellor released a booklet on ragging written by Dr S. S. Shilwant, a law faculty member of the university. Speaking on the occasion, the Vice-Chancellor said the need of the hour was to start an effective movement against ragging. Throwing light on the background of the booklet Ragging Se Mukti Kaise?, Dr Shilwant said he had made fighting against ragging his life's mission.

Admission notice

The university has issued admission notice for the B.Ed (regular) course. It will also conduct the admission process in the government/government-aided/self-financing colleges of education of Haryana for the session 2009-2010.

Sunit Mukherjee, director, pubic relations of the university, informed that the details of the course were available on the university website www.mdurohtak.com. Interested candidates could also download the admission form from the website. The last date for the submission of application forms is July 15, 2009, he added.

Meanwhile, the university has invited applications for admission to M. Pharma courses in industrial pharmacy, pharmaceutics (drug regulatory affairs), pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacognosy and pharmacology for the session 2009-10. The last date for the submission of application forms is July 28.

Fellowship on Dalits

Dr Bhupendra Yadav, reader in the Department of History, has been chosen as a fellow at the Centre for Contemporary Studies, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi. This prestigious fellowship is of two years duration. Under this fellowship programme, Dr Yadav will work on the research project "Understanding Change Among Punjabi Dalits, 1880-1980".

— Contributed by Ravinder Saini

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Armed Forces

Indian Navy, PO Bag No. 02, Sarojini Nagar PO, New Delhi 110023
www.nausena-bharti.nic.in

Permanent Commissioned Officers in Law Cadre of Executive Branch – January 2010 Course at Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala, Kerela

Eligibility: Unmarried; Indian males; Degree in Law (55%) qualifying for enrolment as an advocate
DoB: 02 January ’83 - 01 January ’88.
Height: 157 cms; Eyesight: 6/60, 6/60 corrected to 6/6, 6/12 with glasses. No colour / night blindness.

Selection: SSB Interview; Medical Exam.

Application Form: Send in prescribed format to the above address. Superscribe "Law Cadre— Jan 2010 Course, Education Qualification: (as applicable), Aggregate Percentage %"..:………" on envelope to the above address.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 20 July 2009

Indian Navy, PO Bag No 05, GPO, New Delhi 110001
www.nausena-bharti.nic.in

Officers in Logistics Cadre of Executive Branch (Permanent Commission) – January ‘10 Course

Eligibility: Unmarried Indian men; First-class degree (min 60%) in BCom / BA (Economics) / MBA / BBA / BBM / MCA / BCA / BSc (IT) / BTech / BE / BArch / Bachelors degree with PG diploma / degree in (Material Mgmt) / ICWA / CA
DoB: 02 January ’85 – 01 July ‘90
Height & Weight: 157 cms (men) with correlated weight.
Eyesight: Distant vision 6/36, 6/36 correctable to 6/6, 6/12 with glasses. No color / night blindness.
Selection: SSB Interview; Medical Exam.

Application Form: Send by ordinary post in prescribed format to the above address. Superscribe "PC-Logistics Cadre – Jan 10 Course. Educational Qualification ………….. Percentage …%" / Download from website

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 20 July 2009

Indian Navy, Po Box No 476, Gole Dak Khana, GPO, New Delhi 110001
www.nausena-bharati.nic.in

Sailors –Senior Secondary Recruits – 1/2010 Batch

Eligibility: Unmarried Indian males; 10+2 (with Maths & Physics)
DoB: 01 February 1989 – 31 January 1993.

Selection: Written Test; Physical Fitness Test; Medical Exam.

Application Form: Download from website

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 27 July 2009

Indian Army, NCC West Block IV, R K Puram, New Delhi 110066
www.joinindianarmy.nic.in

NCC Special Entry Scheme – April 2010 (SSC, OTA, Chennai)

Eligibility: Unmarried Males & Female graduates (50%), served 2 academic years in the Senior Division of NCC, min "B" grade in NCC "C" Certificate Exam
DoB: 02 January ‘85 – 01 January ’91

Selection: SSB Interview; Physical Test; Medical Test.

Application Form: Apply in prescribed format on plain paper and send to the nearest OC, NCC Unit from where NCC ‘C’ certificate has been issued.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 10 August 2009

Art & Design

Apeejay Institute of Design, 54, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, Mehrauli- Badarpur Road, New Delhi 110062 (Affiliated to GNDU, Amritsar)
www.apeejay.edu/aid/home.htm

1) BDesign (Fashion, Textile, Interior, Graphics), 4 years

2) BFA (Painting, Applied Arts), 4 years

3) BMultimedia (Print & Electronic Media), 4 years

4) PG Diploma (Commercial Art / Interior Decoration / Dress Design & Tailoring / Textile Design), 1 year

Eligibility: For 1, 2 & 3: 10+2 (45%)
For 4: Bachelors degree (50%)

Selection: Test / Interview: 13 July 2009

Application Form & Details: Website.

Registration Deadline: 10 July 2009

Pearl Academy of Fashion, A 21/13, Naraina Industrial Area, Phase II, New Delhi 110028
www.pearlacademy.com

1) BA Programmes:
Fashion Design / Textile Design / Fashion Merchandising & Production (3 years)
(Full Time collaboration Programme with IGNOU)
2) BA (Hons) in Business Administration: (3 years)
(Validated by Nottingham Trent University, UK; In association with Pearl School of Business)

Eligibility: For 1: 10+2

Application Form & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 15 July 2009

Engineering

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Kashmere Gate, Delhi 110006
www.ipu.ac.in / http://ipu.ac.in/cet2009/ab2009_6/adminbrchure6.htm

MTech (Engineering Physics / Nano Science & Tech / Chemical Engg / Computer Sc & Engg / IT / VLSI Design / Digital Communication / Information Security)
Lateral Entry to 9th sem of BTech / MTech (IT)
(Only for GGSIPU students)

Selection: GATE scores, marks in qualifying examination

Application Form & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 07 July 2009

Central Tool Room, A 5, Focal Point, Ludhiana 141010 (Punj) (M/o Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, GoI)
www.ctrludhiana.com

CAD / CAM / CNC courses for Engineers / Technicians:

1) Post Diploma in CAD/CAM (1 year)

2) AUTO CAD (60 hrs)
3) Integrated CAD/Cam Pro-Engineers (120 hrs)

4) Integrated CAD/CAM – CATIA (120 hrs)

5) CNC Milling / Turning / Wire Cit & EDM (2 months)

6) CNC Programming & Machining (3 weeks)

7) Advance CAD/CAM & CNC Machining (17 weeks)

8) Master Certificate Course in CAD / CAM Technology (1 year)

Eligibility: For 1: Degree / Diploma in Mechanical or related trades
For 2: Class 10
For 3-7: Degree / Diploma / ITI in Mechanical Trades
For 8: Degree in Mechanical trades

Application Form & Details: Website

Panjab University, Sector 14, Chandigarh (Punj)
www.puchd.ac.in

Lateral Engg Entrance Test (PULEET 2009) for BE
(At Chandigarh college of Engineering & Technology, Sector 26, Chandigarh and Swami Sarvanand Giri Punjab University Regional Centre, Hoshiarpur))

Test: 02 August 2009

Admission Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 7 July 2009

Finance

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, "ICSI House", 22, Institutional Area, Lodhi Road, New Delhi, 110003
www.icsi.edu

1) CS Executive Course

2) CS Foundation Course

Eligibility:
For 1: Bachelors degree (any discipline in Commerce, Science, Arts (except Fine Arts).

For 2: 10+2 (any discipline except Fine Arts)

Application Form: Send Rs. 350/- (For 1) / Rs 250 (For 2) by DD favouring "The Institute of Company Secretaries of India," payable at New Delhi to above address .

Details: Website

Application Deadline: For 1: 31 August 2009
For 2: 30 September 2009

Law

Indian Institute of Human Rights, A 16, Paryavaran Complex, Saket, Maidangarhi Marg, New Delhi 110030
www.rightsedu.net

PG Programme in Human Rights (2 years, Dist)

Eligibility: Bachelors Degree

Selection: Entrance Test.

Application Form: Send Rs. 50/- by DD / MO / IPO favouring "Indian Institute of Human Rights," payable at New Delhi to the above address / Download from website.

Application Deadline: 07 August 2009

Management

Indian Institute of Management (IIM-L), Prabandh Nagar, Off Sitapur Road, Lucknow 226013 (UP)
www.iiml.ac.in / www.iimlnc.ac.in

International Programme in Management for Executives (1 year, Residential)
(At Noida Campus)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree; GMAT Score; 6 years full time post qualification professional experience

Application Form: Download from website.

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 10 November 2009

LBIIHM, Delhi and Greater Noida, B-98, Pushpanjali Enclave, Outer Ring Road, Pitampura, Delhi-110034
www.lbiihm.com

2 yrs M.Sc in Hotel Management

Eligibility: Bachelors degree in any stream

3 yrs B.Sc in Hotel Management

Eligibility: 10 + 2 (any stream)

Selection: Through personal interview

Application Form: Rs 400 in cash or Rs 450 by courier.

Application Deadline: 31st July 2009

XLRI, Jamshedpur, School of Business & Human Resources (Jhar)
www.xlri.ac.in/satellite / www.relianceworld.in

PG Certificate in (Business Mgmt / HR Mgmt / Sales & Marketing Mgmt / Retail Mgmt / Logistics & Supply Change Mgmt) (1 year, virtual classroom), in 40 cities

Eligibility: Bachelors degree with 2 years of full-time work-ex

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 10 August 2009

IIM-Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad 380015 (Guj)
www.iimahd.ernet.in/pgpx/pgpx1011/login.php

PG Programme in Management for Executives (1 year)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree; GMAT Score obtained b/w 01 April 2006 & 10 August 2009 ; substantial professional experience

Age: 27 years (On 31 March ’10)
Application Form: Download from website.

Details: Website.

Apply online: 10 August 2009

IIM-Bangalore, Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore 560076 (Kar)
www.iimb.ernet.in

Executive PG Programme in Mgmt (1 year)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree with min 7 years full-time work-ex

Selection: GMAT score; Interview

Application Form & Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 30 September 2009

Mudra Institute of Communications (MICA), Shela, Ahmedabad 380058 (Guj)
www.mica-india.net

PG Programme in Communications Mgmt & Entrepreneurship (1 year)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree (50%) with min 3 years work-ex

Selection: MIPAT scores; Interview:
Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 30 July 2009

Maths

Central University of Rajasthan (Raj)
www.curaj.ac.in / http://jai.ernet.in/curaj

MSc / MA Statistics (Acturial)
MSc Tech (Maths)

Selection: Written Test: 26 July 2009

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 14 July 2009

Medicine

Maulana Azad Medical College, 2, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi 110002
www.natboard.nic.in / www.registraracadmamc.in

Clinical Aptitute Test for DNB seats

Eligibility: Group 1: MBBS; must be registered with MCI / State medical council; Qualified in CET /primary Exam of National board of Examinations

Group 2: Medical graduate with PG Diploma recognized by MCI

Test: 28 July 2009

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 13 July 2009

Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital, Panna Dai School of Nursing, Hari Nagar, New Delhi 110064

General Nursing & Midwifery Course (3½ years)

Eligibility: Single / widowed women; 10+2 in any stream (50%, PCB preferred) / ANM Course (50%)
Age: 17–35 years (on 31 July 2009).

Test: 20 July 2009

Application Form: At counter: Rs 200/- cash.

Application Deadline: 17 July 2009

Dayanand Medical College & Hospital, College of Nursing, Tagore Nagar, Ludhiana 141001 (Punj)
www.dmch.edu

General Nursing & Midwifery (3½ years)

Selection: On merit / Counseling: 30 July 2009
Application Form: Send Rs. 550/- by DD favouring "Dayanand Medical College & Hospital," payable at Ludhiana to College of Nursing, Old DMC & H Campus, Ludhiana / Download from website.

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 25 July 2009

Scholarships

United States Educational Foundation in India (USEFI), Fulbright House, 12, Hailey Road, New Delhi 110001
www.usief.org.in

Fulbright-Nehru Doctoral & Professional Research Fellowships (9 months)

Eligibility: Indian Citizen; working on their PhD
Age: Below 45 years

Fellowship: The fellowships provide a monthly stipend / limited health insurance / round-trip economy class air travel / applicable allowances / modest affiliation fees, if any. Selected scholars will have opportunities to audit non-degree courses / conduct research and gain practical work experience in suitable settings in the U.S.

Application Form: Download from website

Details: Website

Application Deadline: 15 July 2009

Sciences – Biological

Central Institute of Medicinal & Aromatic Plants, Kukrail Picnic Spot Road, PO CIMAP, Lucknow 226015 (UP) (under CSIR)
www.cimap.res.in

CIMAP – JNU PhD Program

Eligibility: MSc in Life Sciences (Agriculture / Botany / Chemistry / Bioscience / Biotechnology / Bioinformatics / Biochemistry / Molecular Biology) (55%); cleared CSIR-UGC combined NET exam / ICMR NET Exam / DBT JRF / SRF Fellowship Exam.
Selection: Interview: 21 August 2009

Application Form: Download from Website
Details: Employment News
(27 June – 03 July 2009) / Website

Application Deadline: 31 July 2009

Teaching & Education

University of Jammu, Colleges Development Council, Jammu (J&K)
www.jammuuniversity.in

BEd (Regular)

Eligibility: Bachelors degree in Faculty of (Arts / Science / Social Science / Commerce / BCA / BBA / Engg / Medicine / Agriculture / Veterinary Science / Forestry / Music / Fine Arts), 45%

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 31 July 2009

University

Anna University, Directorate of Online & Distance Education, Academic Campus, Jothipuram, Coimbatore 641013 (TN)
www.annauniv.ac.in

1) MBA (Various) (2 years)
2) MCA (3 years)
3) MSc (Computer Sc / IT), 2 years
4) PG Diploma (1 year)

Eligibility:
For 1 & 4: Bachelors degree

For 2: Bachelors degree with Maths in 10+2; Maths / Stats / Computer-oriented subject at Degree level.

For 3: BSc (Maths / Computer Sc / IT / Software Engg / Electronics / Physics / Applied Sc / Computer Tech / Computer System Maintenance & Networking) / BCA

Application Form & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 15 July 2009

Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra 136119 (Har)
http://www.kukinfo.com

1) MPharma (2 years)
2) MTech: Software Engg / Instrumentation / Nano Science & technology / Micro Electronics & VLSI Design / Energy & Environment Mgmt / Computer Engg / Electronics & Comm Engg / Bio-tech, 2 years / Computer Sc & Engg
3) MTech (Food Tech & Mgmt, 5 years integrated)

Eligibility: For 3: 10+2 with Physics, Maths / Biology along with Chemistry / Bio-tech / Computer Sc (60%)

Details: Website.

Application Deadline: 20 July 2009

Vocational

Department of Training & Technical Education, Muni Maya Ram Marg, Pitampura, Delhi 110088 (Govt of Delhi)
http://tte.delhigovt.nic.in

1) Certificate Course in Business Organization & Administration (1 year, Full Time)
2) Certificate Course in (Salesmanship & Retail Marketing / Book-Keeping & Accountancy / Store-Keeping & Purchasing) (1 year, Part-Time)

Eligibility: Class 12 (with English)

Application Forms & Details: Website

Application Deadline: 23 July 2009

Govt Central Crafts Institute for Women, Sector 11 C, Chandigarh (Punj)

ITI
Computer Operator & Programming Assistant / Stenography- English / Hindi / Punjabi / Hair & Skin Care / Cutting & Sewing / Embroidery & Needle Work / Dress Making / Leather Goods Maker /

CTI
Cutting & Sewing / Embroidery & Needle Work

Application Form: Send Rs. 130/- by MO favouring "Principal" to the above address by 17 July ’09.

Application Deadline: 20 July 2009

Department of Industrial Training & Vocational Education, Rohtak (Har)

Multi Skilling Modular Courses at various ITI’s of Haryana

Eligibility: 10+2

Application Form: Cash: Rs. 30/- at the counter of the respective ITI
Application Deadline: 16 July 2009

Pervin Malhotra, director, Career Guidance India (www.careerguidanceindia.com)
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