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Monday, October 31, 2011

IT talent Search - IT's their turn now -http://www.thehindu.com


As the search for IT talent in interior areas begins, colleges are readying themselves with faculty training and soft skill development programmes.

After recruiting in bulk in the best colleges in the cities, the IT companies have started hunting talent in Tier III cities located in some of the backward districts like Perambalur and Virudhunagar through campus placements and joint-campus drives.

“We are very happy that 59 of our final-year students got placement in a top company like Infosys in campus recruitment on October 11. We are adopting various strategies for enhancing the soft skills of our students as expected by the industry which has yielded results,” says S. Ramasamy, Associate Professor, Department of English, Kamaraj College of Engineering and Technology (KCET), Virudhunagar.

In the campus interview conducted during September at Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Engineering College in Perambalur district, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) recruited 67 candidates, including 48 girls, following the aptitude and technical tests, group discussion and personal interview.

At Roever Engineering College in the district, a 16-week capsule has been integrated into the curriculum for enabling even non-IT students to be industry-ready in IT industries. Net Magnus has scheduled a campus interview at the college for December 21 and 22 for Trainee/Test Analyst positions entailing an annual salary of Rs.2.4 lakh.

In Thanjavur district, IT majors have been recruiting deserving candidates, though in small numbers, in many colleges, including AVVM Pushpam College, Poondi, Rajah Serfoji Government College, and Kundavai Nachiyar Government College.

Faced with a high attrition rate in metros and bigger cities, major recruiters have indicated their preference for candidates with right aptitude in colleges located in interior districts owing to the loyalty factor.

In Tier II cities such as Coimbatore, Tiruchi and Madurai, the placement season has truly begun. Placement trend at Thiagarajar College of Engineering (TCE) has always been inspiring for the southern districts, with top companies making no distinction between Chennai and TCE students. In fact, TCS started its State-level recruitment from the TCE campus in Madurai in August second week.

In Coimbatore, the response of the companies has been good in spite of the apprehensions linked to the fallout of recession. According to K.S. Amirthagadeswaran, Placement Officer of Government College of Technology, another refreshing trend witnessed by colleges here is that some local IT companies have also come for campus recruitments offering salaries on a par with the big players.

It is not just engineering colleges that are seeing an encouraging trend. Arts and Science colleges are also seeing a surge of recruiters, since these students do not expect as much salary as engineering students. College students finding placements in IT majors are quite happy since they are also given assurances for pursuing higher education while in job, according to V. Sujatha, principal, Cauvery College for Women in Tiruchi, from where Wipro recruited 58 students last month.

TRAINING-THE-TRAINER

Companies have also joined hands with institutes such as ICT Academy of Tamil Nadu (ICTA) and the Directorate of Collegiate Education (DCE) to offer training-the-trainer programmes for better employability of students.

The DCE has a tie-up with Infosys to offer a training programme for arts and science colleges for recruitment to its Business Processing Outsourcing (BPO). Similarly, the ICTA is developing modules and offering training for tier II and III engineering colleges.

“The emphasis is on improving the quality of faculty members in engineering colleges located in smaller cities who are not exposed to the needs of the IT industry,” says B. Anbuthambi, General Manager- Corporate and Government initiatives, ICTA.

Flying schools flouting norms earn DGCA wrath


“Blatant disregard” of norms has been detected in the functioning of most flying schools in the country, with the DGCA warning them of strong action including cancellation of their permits if they failed to comply with the guidelines within 30 days. The audit by the Directorate General of 

Civil Aviation (DGCA) came in the wake of the fake pilot scam, which led to the licence cancellation of several pilots a few months ago for submission of fake or forged documents.
DGCA teams carried out audits of 40 flying schools across the country since mid-April and found discrepancies in almost all of them, DGCA chief EK Bharat Bhushan told reporters on the sidelines of a CII conference on civil aviation here.

“We have given them 30 days to comply with the guidelines or face stringent action,” he said when asked about the status of the audit into the flying schools.

He, however, said the two state-run bodies — Rae Bareli-based Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Udaan Academy and Gondia Flying School — were functioning as per the guidelines.

Terming the audit findings as “disturbing”, DGCA sources warned of action, including closure of some schools, if “blatant disregard of norms” continued.

The discrepancies recorded in the audit include fudged recording of flying hours, no proper syllabus, non- availability of proper documentation, lack of essential infrastructure and even non-maintenance of air strips, the sources said.

Recruitment, reform drive on in civil aviation regulator


From- http://economictimes.indiatimes.com
NEW DELHI: In its bid to provide more safety for air passengers, India's civil aviation watchdog, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Monday said it has started a recruitment and reform drive. 

"We have started many initiatives. The government has approved creation of 500 new jobs (at DGCA), the first batch will join soon," DGCA Director General E.K. Bharat Bhushan said in his address at a Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) event here. 

According to Bhushan, the process to fill all the vacancies will take time as other government agencies like the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) are involved. 

"It will take time, but it is happening. Agencies like UPSC are also involved and we are working with them," Bhushan told reporters after the event. 

Currently, the DGCA - which is the prime aviation safety, regulation and inspection authority in the country - has about 130 staff. 

Bhushan said the regulatory agency has taken several steps to boost aviation safety like scanning all the certificates of over 4,000 pilots in the country to computerisation of records, as well as review of some of the lengthy bureaucratic hassles faced by the carriers. 

"We are systematically checking records of nearly 4,500 airline pilot license holders. Till now we have completed checking 1,700 such licenses in a methodical way, by checking their documents, flying hours...," Bhushan said. 

Bhushan added that not only pilots but also 40-odd flying schools around the country are being scanned and have been asked to submit information called by the DGCA. 

"We will start an audit of the schools. Whenever we find any discrepancy in the implementation of the rules and guidelines, we will take action. All the schools would be checked... we have even closed one school in Punjab." 

On the question of foreign pilots, Bhushan said some cases have been noted, like of pilots who obtained training from Manila (the Philippines) and have provided fake documents, and action has been taken. 

"We are in touch with the Philippines authorities, who have notified few schools to us and we have, through that, identified seven to eight cases," Bhushan said. 

The aviation watchdog also pointed that as a part of its own reform programme, the pilots examination would be held online for the first time from November and that the government would spend nearly Rs.300 crore in computerisation of all the records and paperwork.

HYDERABAD - State PSC contests APIC decision on answer scripts


In what seems to be a blatant violation of the Right to Information (RTI) Act and defiance of the authority of Andhra Pradesh Information Commission (APIC), the state's public service commission (APPSC) has refused to comply with an order issued by the former. The APIC had ordered the commission to give a petitioner, K Shekar Babu, photocopies of his Group-I mains answer scripts in August this year. But the APPSC turned down the order and also shot back a letter to Jannat Husain, chief information commissioner (CIC) for AP, stating that it is not "feasible to comply with the order."

RTI activists rued that this is the first written response by a public authority in the state to APIC, questioning its decision. As per the RTI law, such orders are binding and can be challenged only in a higher court of law (high court or Supreme Court).

Petitioner, Shekar Babu, had appeared for the Group-I mains examination in 2008, but failed to get selected for the interviews. As he was expecting more marks than what was awarded, Babu approached APPSC and submitted a request under RTI, demanding photostat copies of his answer scripts. As his request was turned down, he approached the APIC, which issued an order in August 2011, asking the APPSC to release his answer scripts.

In its letter to Jannat Husain, APPSC stated that it consulted Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on the matter and is acting as per its advice. "The APPSC says that it consulted UPSC, which stated that the Supreme Court order cited by APIC that allows release of answer scripts to petitioners, pertains only to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). But it should be noted that APPSC has no right to analyse an APIC order and later refuse to comply with it. The APIC should act at once against this move, so that a bad precedent won't be set," said Rakesh Reddy Dubbudu, an RTI activist. from the city. He added that APIC should summon the higher-ups of APPSC asking them for an explanation on why its order was not followed. RTI activists also said that the public service commission has interpreted the order of APIC and marked its disagreements, thereby defying the RTI law, which states that an order by CIC is binding.

Meanwhile, Shekar Babu said that the APPSC has quashed his five year old legal battle on the issue. "The fact that the commission does not want to release the scripts even after an APIC order raises doubts about its evaluation process," Babu said. RTI activists said that APPSC's refusal could set a precedent for other government bodies to defy the information commission. "If APPSC is not challenged, any public officer could, in future, refuse information to people. ," Rakesh Reddy said.

Mumbai University Management Faculty Time Table 2nd Half


Mumbai University Management Faculty Time Table 2nd Half
Examination Timetable  Management
Examination Time table under Management Faculty
For Time Table Visit Official Website - http://www.mu.ac.in

  • B.H.M.(SEM. V)
  • B.H.M. (SEM VI)
  • BACHELOR of HOTEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT STUDIES
  • B.M.S.THIRD YEAR (Sem.V)( REV)
  • B.M.S.THIRD YEAR (Sem.V) (OLD)
  • B.M.S.THIRD YEAR (Sem.VI)
  • B.M.S.THIRD YEAR (Sem.VI) (OLD)
  • B.M.S.THIRD YEAR (Sem.VI) (REV)
  • DIP. IN ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT (FIRST TERM)
  • DIP. IN ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT (SECOND TERM)
  • DIP. IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (REV)
  • DIP. IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (FIRST YEAR)
  • DIP. IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (SECOND YEAR)
  • DIP IN INVESTMENT STUDIES (FIRST YEAR) ( OLD)
  • DIP IN INVESTMENT STUDIES (FIRST YEAR) ( OLD)
  • DIP IN INVESTMENT STUDIES (SECOND YEAR) ( OLD)
  • DIP. IN INVESTMENT STUDIES (SECOND TERM) (REV)
  • DIP. IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (FIRST TERM)
  • DIP. IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (SECOND TERM)
  • DIP. IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH FOR MANAGEMENT (REV)
  • DIP. IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH FOR MANAGEMENT (FIRST YEAR)
  • DIP. IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH FOR MANAGEMENT ( SECOND YEAR)
  • DIP. IN MARKETING MANAGEMENT (FIRST TERM)
  • DIP. IN MARKETING MANAGEMENT (SECOND TERM)
  • DIP. IN SYSTEM MANAGEMENT (FIRST TERM)
  • DIP. IN SYSTEM MANAGEMENT (SECOND TERM)
  • D.I.S. SEM.II(REV.) (ONE YEAR)
  • D.M.S.(SEM.I)
  •  D.M.S. (SEM.II)
  • D.M.S.(SEM.III)
  • D.M.M.(Second term)
  • D.M.S.(SEM.IV)
  • D.M.S.(SEM.IV)(REV.)
  • M.H.R.D.M. (SECOND YEAR) (SEM I)
  • M.H.R.D.M. (THIRD YEAR) (SEM II)
  • M.F.M. (SECOND YEAR) (SEM I)
  • M.F.M. (THIRD YEAR) (SEM II)
  • M.F.S.M. (SECOND YEAR) (SEM I)
  • M.F.S.M. (SECOND YEAR) (SEM II)
  • M.F.S.M (THIRD YEAR) (SEM II)
  • M.I.M (SECOND YEAR) (SEM I)
  • M.I.M (THIRD YEAR) (SEM II)
  • M.M.M (SECOND YEAR) (SEM I)
  • M.M.M (THIRD YEAR) (SEM II)
  • M.M.S (SEM IV)
  • M.M.S. (SEM III) (REV)
  • M.M.S. (SEM III) (Further Revised)
  • M.M.S. (SEM III) (Further To Further Revised)
  • M.M.S. (SEM IV) (Further To Further Revised)
  • M.M.S. (SEM IV) (Further Revised)

Time Tables 2nd Half Mumbai University Commerce


Mumbai University Examination Timetable  Commerce
Examination Time Table under Commerce Faculty
Mumbai University Commerce
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  • T. Y. B. Com.
  • M.COM (PART - I)
  • M.COM (PART - II)
  • B.Com (Financial Markets) (Sem. V)
  • B.Com (Financial Markets) (Sem. VI)
  • B.Com (Banking & Insurance) (Sem. V)
  • B.Com (Banking & Insurance) (Sem. VI)
  • B.Com (Accounting & Finance) (Sem. V) (REV)
  • B.Com (Accounting & Finance) (Sem. V) (OLD)
  • B.Com (Accounting & Finance) (Sem. VI)
  • B.Com (Accounting & Finance) (Sem. VI) (REV)
  • B.Com (Accounting & Finance) (Sem. VI) (OLD)
  • M.Com (E-Commerce) (SEM I)
  • M.Com (E-Commerce ) (Sem II)
  • M.Com (E-Commerce) (SEM III)
  • M.Com (E-Commerce ) (Sem IV)

2nd Half Time Table Mumbai University Arts Faculty


Mumbai University Examination Timetable Arts
Examination TimeTable under Arts Faculty 


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  • T.Y.B.A.
  • T.Y.B.A. (FIVE YEAR INTEGRATED COURSE) IN GERMAN (SEM-I)
  • T.Y.B.A. (FIVE YEAR INTEGRATED COURSE) IN GERMAN (SEM-II)
  • T.Y.B.A. (FIVE YEAR INTEGRATED COURSE) IN RUSSIAN
  • M.A. ( Part-I ) (Maths., Stat., Geography.)
  • M.A. ( Part-II ) (Maths., Stat., Geography.)
  • M.A. ( Part-I & II ) (Other than Maths., Stat., Geography.)
  • M.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES/ M.A. in GERMAN STUDIES (TRANSLATION) (PART-I) (SEM-I)
  • M.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES/ M.A. in GERMAN STUDIES (TRANSLATION) (PART-I) (SEM-II)
  • M.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES/ M.A. in GERMAN STUDIES (TRANSLATION) (PART-II) (SEM-III)
  • M.A. IN GERMAN STUDIES/ M.A. in GERMAN STUDIES (TRANSLATION) (PART-II) (SEM-IV)
  • M.A. (HONOURS) IN SOCIOLOGY (SEM-I)
  • M.A. (HONOURS) IN SOCIOLOGY (SEM-II)
  • M.A. (HONOURS) IN SOCIOLOGY (SEM-III)
  • M.A. (HONOURS) IN SOCIOLOGY (SEM-IV)
  • M.A. (HONOURS) IN ENGLISH (PART-I)
  • M.A. (HONOURS) IN ENGLISH (PART-II)
  • M.A. (HONOURS) IN POLITICS (SEM-I)
  • M.A. (HONOURS) IN POLITICS (SEM-II)
  • M.A. (ELECTRONIC MEDIA)  (PART-I) (Sem.-I)
  • M.A. (ELECTRONIC MEDIA)  (PART-I) (Sem.-II)
  • M.A. (ELECTRONIC MEDIA)  (PART-II) (Sem.-III)
  • M.A. (PUBLIC RELATIONS)  (PART-I) (Sem.-I)
  • M.A. (PUBLIC RELATIONS)  (PART-I) (Sem.-II)
  • M.A. (PUBLIC RELATIONS)  (PART-II) (Sem.-III)
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN ARABIC
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN GERMAN (OLD)
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN GERMAN
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN GERMAN (REV.)
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN FRENCH
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN IND.& ORGANI. PSYCHOLOGY
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN JAPANESE
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN RUSSIAN
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN URDU
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN YOGA
  • ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN SINDHI
  • B.M.M (SEM V)
  • B.M.M (SEM VI)
  • B.M.M (SEM VI) (OLD)
  • B.M.M (SEM VI) (REV)
  • Bachelor of Education (OLD)
  • Bachelor of Education (REV)
  • B.Ed. (HEARING IMPAIRED) (OLD)
  • B.Ed. (HEARING IMPAIRED)
  • B.Ed. (MENTALLY RETARDED)
  • B.Ed. (MENTALLY RETARDED (OLD)
  • B.P.Ed. (PHYSICAL EDUCATION)
  • B.Ed. (Regular & Part Time) (OLD)
  • B.P.Ed  (PHYSICAL EDUCATION) (REV)
  • B.P.Ed  (PHYSICAL EDUCATION) (OLD)
  • Certificate Examination in PALI LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
  • Certificate Examination in SINDHI
  • Certificate Examination in URDU
  • Certificate Examination in  JAINOLOGY
  • Certificate examination in YOGA
  • Certificate Examination in KANNADA
  • Certificate Examination  IN ARABIC
  • Certificate Examination  IN FRENCH
  • Certificate Examination in ITALIAN
  • Certificate Examination in GERMAN
  • Certificate Examination in SPANISH
  • Certificate Course in SANSKRIT
  • Certificate in VALLABH VEDANTA AND VAISNAVISM
  • Certificate in MARATHI
  • Certificate Examination in RUSSIAN
  • Certificate in JAPANESE
  • DIP. IN EDU. OF THE PHYS. HANDICAPPED
  • DIP. IN YOGIC EDUCATION
  • DIP. IN COUNSELING (OLD)
  • DIP. IN COUNSELING (REV)
  • DIPLOMA IN ARABIC
  • DIPLOMA IN COMPARATIVE MYTHOLOGY
  • DIPLOMA IN FRENCH
  • DIPLOMA  IN JAINOLOGY
  • DIPLOMA IN JAPANESE
  • DIPLOMA IN GERMAN
  • DIPLOMA IN GERMAN (OLD)
  • DIPLOMA IN GERMAN (REV.)
  • DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RIGHTS (OLD)
  • DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RIGHTS (REV.)
  • DIPLOMA IN ISLAMIC STUDIES
  • DIPLOMA IN KANNADA
  • DIPLOMA IN KANNADA (OLD)
  • DIPLOMA IN KANNADA (REV.)
  • DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT OF EDUCATION
  • DIPLOMA IN MARATHI
  • DIPLOMA IN ITALIAN
  • DIPLOMA IN PALI
  • DIPLOMA IN PERSIAN
  • DIPLOMA IN RUSSIAN
  • DIPLOMA IN SANSKRIT
  • DIPLOMA IN SINDHI
  • DIPLOMA IN SOCIAL WORK
  • DIPLOMA IN URDU
  • DIPLOMA IN URDU THE,SCR,WRIT & TRAN ADAP
  • DIPLOMA IN SLUM STUDIES AND DEVEL.
  • DIPLOMA IN YOGA
  • DIPLOMA IN YOGA (OLD)
  • FOUNDATION II EXAM. IN FINE ART (DANCE)
  • FOUNDATION COURSE IN YOGA
  • MASTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND JOURNALISM (M.C.J.) (SEM. I)
  • MASTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND JOURNALISM (M.C.J.) (SEM. II) (REV)
  • MASTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND JOURNALISM (M.C.J.) (SEM. II) (OLD)
  • MASTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND JOURNALISM (M.C.J.) (SEM. III)
  • M.Ed. (OLD)
  • M.Ed. (REV.)
  • M.Ed. (HEARING IMPAIRED) (OLD)
  • M.Ed. (HEARING IMPAIRED) (REV)
  • M.Ed. (PHYSICAL EDUCATION)
  • M.F.A. (DANCE) (PART II)
  • M.F.A. (DANCE)(PART I)
  • M.Phil. (Defence & Strategic Studies)
  • M.L.S.(Part-I)
  • M.L.S.(Part-II)
  • M.P.Ed (Physical Education) (PART I) (REV)
  • M.P.Ed (Physical Education) (PART II) (REV)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (Sem.-V)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (Final)
  • M.S.W. (PART I)
  • M.S.W. (PART II)
  • P. G. DIPLOMA IN SLUM STUDIES AND DEVEL.
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN IN MUSEOLOGY AND CONSERVATION (SEM-I)
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN MUSEOLOGY AND CONSERVATION (SEM-II)
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Thought
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN DIETETICS & APPLIED NUTRITION EXAMINATION
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN COUNSELLING (REV)
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN COMPARATIVE MYTHOLOGY
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION (OLD) 
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION (REV)
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN CONTINUING EDU. &  MANAGEMENT
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN HUMAN RIGHTS
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN INDIAN AESTHETICS
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN PERFORMING FOLK ARTS
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN EDUCATION
  • POST ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN TRANSLATION TECHNIQUES (GERMAN)
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN REMOTE SENSING AND GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (SEM.-I)
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN REMOTE SENSING AND GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (SEM.-II)
  • P.G. DIPLOMA IN URBAN MANAGEMENT & DIPLOMA IN URBAN MANAGEMENT
  • P.G.DIPLOMA IN MEDIA AND DISABILITY COMMUNICATION

Chemistry PRACTICAL Time Table Mumbai University 2011 - Second Half 2011

Chemistry PRACTICAL Time Table Mumbai University 2011 - Second Half 2011

UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI
M. Sc. (Part I) PRACTICAL EXAMINATION NOVEMBER 2011  
PROGRAMME OF PRACTICAL EXAMINATION IN CHEMISTRY

CENTRE: INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, MUMBAI
TIME: 9.30 AM TO 12.30 PM    AND 01.30 PM TO 04.30 PM
{Candidates appearing from Khalsa, Ismail Yusuf, K. J. Somaiya, KHM‐Khopoli, KC, RP Gogate,
SIES‐Sion, LUMV, Sophia, KV Pendharkar, Institute of Science, Vaze‐Kelkar, CK Thakur,                
Uni. Sub Centre Ratnagiri and Mehta & Diwalimaa College}

N.B.
1. The candidate should be present at least 15 minutes prior to the examination. 
2. Candidates who fail to present themselves at the time and place appointed for 
their practical or oral examination will be considered absent.  
3. Students should bring their college identity card if the hall tickets are not issued 
by the time of practical examinations.   
4. Mobile phones are strictly prohibited in the examination hall.  

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Physics Mumbai University PRACTICAL  Time Table - Second Half 2011


Physics Mumbai University PRACTICAL  Time Table - Second Half 2011
Second Half 2011 
UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI
M. Sc. (Part I) EXAMINATION NOVEMBER 2011 
PROGRAMME OF THE PRACTICAL EXAMINATION PHYSICS

PLACE : Department of Physics,
            University of Mumbai,  
Mumbai‐400 098 
(Candidates appearing from Ruparel, Khalsa, Bhavan’s, Patkar, R.D.National, Siddharth, 
Institute of Science and U. D. Physics) 
(Total Candidates = 14) 
Date 09.00 a.m. to 01.00 p.m. 01.30 p.m. to 05.30 p.m.
21/11/2011 

N.B.
1. The candidate should be present at least 15 minutes prior to the examination. 
2. The candidate should carry with them duly certified journal.  
3. The  candidates  are  allowed  to  use  calculators,  reference  books,  printed  or 
cyclostyled  materials  which  should  not  contain  experimental  data  or  results 
during the practical examination.  
4. Candidates  who  fail  to  present  themselves  at  the  time  and  place  appointed  for 
their practical or oral examination will be considered absent. 
5. Students should bring their college identity card if the hall tickets are not issued by 
the time of practical examinations.  
6. Mobile phones are strictly prohibited in the examination hall. 
Mumbai – 400 098                      Prof. Vilas B. Shinde
25th
 October, 2011                         Controller of Examinations 

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CSVTU Time Table Nov-Dec 2011 - Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University


Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University (CSVTU) is a public university located in the city of Bhilai, the STEEL CITY of India, in the state of Chhattisgarh in India. The university was established on 21 January 2005. The University incorporates the purpose of ensuring systematic, efficient and qualitative education in engineering and technological subjects including Architecture and Pharmacy at Research, Postgraduate, Degree and Diploma level. Soon this university is going to displaced in Nevai Maroda region.

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CSVTU Supplementary Result 2011 -BE I Sem Back Exam Result 2011


Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University


BE I Sem Back Exam Result 2011

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University (CSVTU) is a public university located in the city of Bhilai, the STEEL CITY of India, in the state of Chhattisgarh in India. The university was established on 21 January 2005. The University incorporates the purpose of ensuring systematic, efficient and qualitative education in engineering and technological subjects including Architecture and Pharmacy at Research, Postgraduate, Degree and Diploma level. Soon this university is going to displaced in Nevai Maroda region.

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Brain DNA 'changes through life


New research on brain cells could shed more light on neurological diseases.

Researchers from The Roslin Institute at the University of Edinburgh have found brain cells alter their genetic make-up during a person's lifetime.

They have identified genes - known as retrotransposons - responsible for thousands of tiny changes in the DNA of brain tissue.

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Researchers, whose work is published in the journal Nature, found that the genes were particularly active in areas of the brain linked to cell renewal.

By mapping the locations of these genes in the human genome, scientists could identify mutations that impact on brain function and that may cause diseases to develop.

The study shows for the first time that brain cells are genetically different to other cells in the body and are also genetically distinct from each other.

Scientists are now researching whether brain tumour formation and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's are associated with a change in retrotransposon activity.

Dr Geoff Faulkner said: "This research completely overturns the belief that the genetic make-up of brain cells remains static throughout life and provides us with new information about how the brain works.

"If we can understand better how these subtle genetic changes occur we could shed light on how brain cells regenerate, how processes like memory formation may have a genetic basis and possibly link the activity of these genes to brain diseases."

The research was carried out in collaboration with scientists from Australia, the Netherlands, Italy, Japan and the United States, and was funded by the Wellcome Trust, the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council and the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council.

UK University eliminates PCs in major virtualisation push


FROM- http://computerworld.co.nz
Kingston University near London has announced ambitious plans to "prepare for life without the desktop", virtualising its entire base of PCs, the first major project on this scale in the UK education sector.

The university currently supports 7,000 PCs for staff and student use across four campuses and additional satellite offioces, mostly Windows XP systems with around 1,000 staff laptops and 1,000 that dual boot Apple's OS X.

This will gradually be replaced with an eclectic mixture of fully-thin clients for staff, app virtualisation for students across a range of platforms including mobile devices, and the integration of older PCs able to run Windows 7 as part-virtualised 'hybrids'.

HP will be used to build the server and storage layer with a mixed environment of VDI and Terminal Services offered through Microsoft's Hyper V with the RDP and Workspace manager from Dutch outfit, RES Software.

The project will also upgrade the graphics capability of 3,000 of the PCs using Microsoft's graphics-shifting system for virtualised environments, RemoteFX, the largest installation of this technology so far anywhere in the UK.

The project is inherently complex and is bound to become a closely-watched template for institutions keen to follow in its pioneering footsteps.

"One of the goals is to embrace the consumerisation of IT," says project architect Daniel Bolton. "We can't force the students to sit down in front of an ugly PC anymore."

The project started four years ago when the University realised it was going to have to replace its aging mish-mash of legacy systems based around conventional PCs and obsolete technology such as Novell's Netware.

Student were having to queue for PC access and then wait minutes to access their desktop and applications.

It had become, in Bolton's words, "A static, bloated, over-managed environment", that couldn't cope with a demanding user base increasingly accessing educational applications from "anywhere, anytime", on new devices such and tablets and smartphones that didn't belong to the University itself.

The logical solution was to impose a layer of virtualisation across applications in order to allow them to be accessed efficiently, gradually migrating internal staff to thin clients after "sweating the assets" [PCs] over a period of years.

Both Bolton and the vice chancellor Julius Weinberg agreed that in future IT would need to be defined around the student "customers". "The IT landscape has changed in the University. Now we're a service-on-demand," says Bolton.

Students would no longer need to queue for access to a PC, or wait minutes for access to their desktop environment. In a virtualised world, access to apps would be available in seconds from any device.

Kingston hopes to have project up and running by the first quarter of 2012, which will include installing virtualisation across all PCs plus the physical infrastructure to support the system, Bolton says.

Africa - Malawi University Lecturers ‘Unimpressed’ With Presidential Order to End Strike


Concerned lecturers at the University of Malawi’s Chancellor College say they will only return to the classroom after their concerns are fully addressed.
Their statement follows President Bingu Wa Mutharika’s order for the university to re-open and for the lecturers to report to work without any pre-conditions.
Bright Theu, lead attorney and a member of the university teachers, said Mr. Mutharika’s directive was a “political suggestion” which did not address their concerns.  The lecturers want a guarantee of academic freedom in the classroom.

“The president’s so-called directive is a good political suggestion towards the resolution of the impasse,” said Theu.” We are fully aware that the president as chancellor of the University of Malawi is not the competent authority to hire…, fire….,or reinstate [staff].”
The University Council, which is charged with running the school, is the only entity that can re-open it.

Chancellor College was closed in February following lecturer complaints that government agents are spying on them in the classroom.
This followed a standoff between the teachers and the Inspector General of Police, Peter Mukhito. He interrogated a lecturer who drew parallels between the conditions that led to the Arab Spring to those in Malawi.
The teachers demanded an apology and guarantees of academic freedom in the classrooms. But the top police officer refused after he received President Mutharika’s backing to not do so.

Theu said the lecturers didn’t want to quit teaching.
“That fear of espionage, the fear of intelligence being deployed into the college, is what took the lecturers out of the class. And there have been negotiations over the period of the impasse…talking about how the fear of spies could be tackled,” said Theu. “It’s our hope that as the impasse draws to an end, we will take into account all these interim agreements that have been arrived at during the course of the dialogue.”
From-http://www.voanews.com

M S University Forms 2011- Mistakes galore in voters' list


From-TOI
It seems M S University (MSU) follows some strange rules for scrutiny of forms. The university officials have already drawn flak for rejecting large number of forms of prospective voters for the forthcoming senate elections in the registered graduates' category. Now it has come to light that the voters lists prepared by the officials after scrutiny are full of mistakes.

The elections for the 13 seats of senate in the registered graduates' category are scheduled on December 18. Ahead of the elections, MSU released the faculty-wise list of voters for this category on Saturday. But it seems university officials have messed up the entire lists as there are mistakes in spellings and addresses and there are repetitions.

For example, the voters' list of Faculty of Technology and Engineering (FTE) has names like Sammer instead of Sameer, Sarabh instead of Saurabh while there are several names which have been printed twice.

At Faculty of Science, the list has as many as ten names of voters with same address. "In fact there are around 15 names printed twice while there are 15 names shown as residents of BIDC Gorwa with no address in specific," says senate member Lalit Patel, adding that even names of voters from unheard of universities like 'Bark Atulla Vishw Vidh University', 'Bakatiya University', 'Shaviji University', 'DR R M L University' are there in the voters list while forms of alumni of MSU have been rejected. The countdown to the polls has already witnessed a controversy after a candidate Niraj Jain, who is keen to contest from Faculty of Law moved Gujarat high court for inclusion of his name in the voters list which was rejected by the university officials on the grounds that the photograph in his form was not attested. The HC has issued a directive to university to include Jain's name in the list . The notices are returnable on November 9.

links between Scottish and Indian universities


EDUCATION Secretary Michael Russell is to travel to India on Sunday for a week-long tour to strengthen links between Scottish and Indian universities.

He will visit Delhi and Kolkata, give a keynote address to the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry conference and officially open a new Strathclyde University campus in Greater Noida.

Mr Russell said: “The links between Scotland and India go back very many years and cross a wide range of areas – from culture to education.

From- http://www.heraldscotland.com

Delhi University abdicates its core duty by removing Ramanujan's essay


From- http://www.heraldscotland.com/
The brilliant scholar and poet A K Ramanujan begins his essay, Three Hundred Ramayanas: Five Examples and Three Thoughts on Translation, with a story about Rama dropping his ring. In a bid to retrieve it, Hanuman descends to the netherworld, where, finally, the King of Spirits asks him to take the ring from a platter with thousands of rings on it - all belonging to Rama. 

The point of the story is the belief in many reincarnations of Rama, but it is also about the richness of multifarious narratives and traditions. The appalling decision of the Academic Council of Delhi University, made last month, to remove this essay by Ramanujan from an undergraduate course is a blow against that Indian richness and diversity. 

It is also dangerous, as it underlines a tendency to hegemonise through recourse or reference to violence. Some years ago the student wing of the BJP vandalised Delhi University's history department against this very essay. And the university Academic Council's decision, even by default, evokes just that sort of majoritarian hegemony that Hindutva politics envisages. 

The richness, even strength and durability, of India's culture lies in diversity, in the way many traditions and interpretations have coexisted, enriched each other through borrowings, adaptations and even contestations. The notion of erasing that and of making Indian culture something monolithic is at the heart of the Sangh Parivar's ideology. 

Great violence attends this project of homogenisation of cultural and national identity, which also means demonising and excluding those not fitting into the prescribed slot. 

If a university Academic Council almost unanimously rejects such an essay, it underlines the fact that those notions of hegemony have crept into institutions which should be at the forefront of upholding and furthering that richness of Indian culture, and the freedom to explore every nook and corner of its diversity. 

Targeting and seeking to exclude or ban works of scholarship or art, among other things, is a signpost to fascism. This trend needs to be combated and reversed.

SAESM 2011 News - Colombo University Students for SAESM 2011


Twelve students and three lecturers from the University of Colombo are scheduled for India today to participate in the South Asian Economics Students Meet (SAESM) 2011, held at Ramjas College, University of Delhi, from October 29 to November 5.

The India-Sri Lanka Foundation, which supports the participation of Sri Lankan students at the event, had also supported the participation of a 16-member team from India at SAESM 2010 which was held in Colombo from November 29 to December 4, 2010.

SAESM is one of the most prestigious academic events in the South Asian region, where students from renowned Universities present research papers and also take part in discussions relating to current economic issues.

The primary objective of SAESM is to promote knowledge-sharing by facilitating the interaction of students within the region and across regions through academic activities and cultural exchange. The India-Sri Lanka Foundation was established by a Memorandum of Understanding between the governments of India and Sri Lanka in 1998 in order to foster India - Sri Lanka relations through the enhancement of economic, scientific, technical and cultural cooperation and to promote greater understanding between the people of the two countries.

TOI LUCKNOW - IT College set for celebrations


The quasquicentennial (125 years) celebrations of Isabella Thoburn College will kick off on Tuesday (November 1). While the registration of guests will be done on the first day, the main celebrations will begin from Wednesday after the formal inauguration by President Pratibha Patil. Former chairman of National Commission for Women and an alumnus of the college V Mohini Giri will also pay a visit to her alma mater on the occasion.

Last minute preparations are underway at the college to welcome the President Patil who will spend about an hour with the faculty and the students.

During the four-day festivity IT College will play host to several national and international guests. On the opening day, the registration of guests will be done the entire day. Later, a thanksgiving service will be held between 5.30pm and 7pm.

IT College principal ES Charles said: "During the celebrations, the foundation stone for the new PG block and a girls hostel will be laid.'' This will cater to the growing influx of students.

On the second two, the inaugural ceremony by the President will be followed by student celebration programmes. In the evening, March of Time, a sound and light presentation, will be held. On November 3, various workshops and seminars will be organised. The keynote address on 'Transcending Boundaries and Transforming Lives' will be given by Harriet Olson, deputy general secretary, Women's Division, US.

A session on global education including socio-political perspectives, gender-the unfinished agenda, engaging with diversity, dialogue between cultures, the sintered crucible will follow. Simultaneously, another session on challenging education with themes as responsible citizenship-civic realities, accommodating vulnerabilities, rewriting politics, privatisation and access - examining the balance sheet, the melting pot- poverty and health will be organised.

The last day will see a discussion on 'Innovations in higher education' which will include expanding paradigms-enhancing perspectives, common platforms-fragmented worlds, shared commitments and supportive networks, education-the hidden agenda, technology- the push cart, science and technology- addressing the trillions. An exhibition and a street play will also be organized.

Besides, the highlight for the celebrations will be the presence of a rock band from Mumbai and various cultural programmes by IT College students.

Started in 1860 in a one-room, the college was named as Lucknow Women's College which began functioning on July 12, 1886 with Fine Arts classes affiliated to Calcutta University. In 1984, the college was affiliated to Allahabad University. On 125 years of celebration, representatives from various Christian schools built by the Missionary that started IT will visit the college.

Recently, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) recommended the college for autonomy. The district administration too is overseeing the preparations at the college to ensure hassle-free celebrations. There will be tight security at the college during four-day festivity.

MDU Event 2011- MDU Rohtak organises national seminar on culinary services & hospitality


Institute of Hotel & Tourism Management Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak, recently organised a national seminar on Culinary Services & Hospitality to mark International Chefs Day.
According to the company release, Prof. Daleep Singh, dean of colleges, MDU, Rohtak, welcomed around 250 delegates from across the country.

Dr Ashish Dahiya, associate professor, hotel & tourism management, MDU, and who was the organising secretary for the seminar, highlighted the significance of the day. Dahiya delivered a presentation on Indigenous Food. He said, “We should recognise the important role, which the chefs play in our societies. Chefs have the responsibility to lead the way when it comes to the use of ingredients in a sensible and responsible manner. Since the International Chefs Day inauguration in 2004 by World Association of Chefs’ Societies, many events have taken place around the world to benefit charitable organisations and disadvantaged communities, which highlights that Chefs are caring people and has worked to improve their image. This year, WACS made the decision to focus our attention for International Chefs Day to raise awareness on Sustainable Cuisine.”
Ashok Agrawal, ex-executive officer, National Council of Hotel Management, ministry of tourism, Government of India, and former principal, IHM, Lajpat Nagar, Delhi, shared the international perspective and current trends of requirement to aspiring chefs on the day. He elaborated on his international exposure and focussed on strengthening and promotion of Indian food.

Chef Sanjeev Jaiswal, the guest of honour for the day, and chef-de-cuisine, from Hyatt Regency, New Delhi, highlighted indigenous food and sustainable culinary practices. In his address, Jaiswal focussed on contemporary food trends, culinary challenges in mass catering and sharpening your skills for trade. Current trends on innovative use of colour and texture, usage of ingredients and reduction of waste were also addressed. 

Mumbai University Hall Ticket - Students to get hall tickets online


To avoid delays in issuing hall tickets to final year students, the University of Mumbai has decided to allot hall tickets online this year. It will be the college’s responsibility to submit the student’s examination forms online on the varsity’s digital portal.
University of Mumbai logo
This is the first time that the University will provide online hall tickets to collegians. This facility will be extended to more than 500 Commerce, Arts and Science colleges, affiliated to the varsity. Last year, around 1, 45,000 students appeared for final year examinations from these three streams.

According to a senior official from the varsity, “This decision has been taken to avoid a delay in issuing hall tickets. Generally, mistakes creep into the hall tickets because they are issued in haste. So this time, the varsity decided to get online and save time.

Currently, the entire application procedure is manual. Students fill the examination form and submit it to the varsity. The varsity scrutinises this form and issues the hall ticket. Once the procedure becomes online, it easy for the college and the students. If students spot any mistakes in the hall ticket, they can be rectified immediately.

“Last year, the varsity created a digital portal, and each college was given a separate login ID. Once the college submits the students’ data online, we can issue the hall tickets and make them available online. Once the submission is online, we can easily correct mistakes,” said Controller of Examination Vilas Shinde of the University of Mumbai.

“Most of the colleges in the city have the online facility. We also are going to organise a training workshop for colleges next month at the Kalina campus. The colleges can attend this workshop and if they have any query we will resolve it. From next year, this facility will be allotted across the sections. However, this time, it will be only be limited to colleges with three streams only,” Shinde added.

MUMBAI- MU students to get hall tickets online


To avoid delays in issuing hall tickets to final year students, the University of Mumbai has decided to allot hall tickets online this year. It will be the college's responsibility to submit the student's examination forms online on the varsity's digital portal.
Mumbai University Logo

This is the first time that the University will provide online hall tickets to collegians. This facility will be extended to more than 500 Commerce, Arts and Science colleges, affiliated to the varsity. Last year, around 1, 45,000 students appeared for final year examinations from these three streams.

According to a senior official from the varsity, "This decision has been taken to avoid a delay in issuing hall tickets. Generally, mistakes creep into the hall tickets because they are issued in haste. So this time, the varsity decided to get online and save time.


Currently, the entire application procedure is manual. Students fill the examination form and submit it to the varsity. The varsity scrutinises this form and issues the hall ticket. 


Once the procedure becomes online, it easy for the college and the students. If students spot any mistakes in the hall ticket, they can be rectified immediately.


"Last year, the varsity created a digital portal, and each college was given a separate login ID. Once the college submits the students' data online, we can issue the hall tickets and make them available online. Once the submission is online, we can easily correct mistakes," said Controller of Examination Vilas Shinde of the University of Mumbai.


"Most of the colleges in the city have the online facility. We also are going to organise a training workshop for colleges next month at the Kalina campus. The colleges can attend this workshop and if they have any query we will resolve it. From next year, this facility will be allotted across the sections. However, this time, it will be only be limited to colleges with three streams only," Shinde added.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

O.U. Hyderabad B.S.W.I, II & III Time table


OSMANIA UNIVERSITY
B.S.W.I, II & III YEAR SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATIONS OCT./NOV 2011
REVISED TIME TABLE
Note: 
1. The Viva-Voce examinations in German/French/Russian (SL) of B.S.W. II Year shall be conducted between 12.12.2011 and 13.12.2011 at the respective  Departments, 
       Arts College, O.U. Hyderabad. 
2. I & II year English Viva-Voce & CBT for backlog & improvement candidates will be conducted on 04-12-2011 & 05-12-2011 for the colleges under Group “A” and on 
07-12-2011& 08-12-2011 for the colleges under Group “B”at the respective colleges.
3. The responsibility of obtaining correct question paper from the Invigilator at the Examination Hall rests with the candidate.  Answering a wrong question paper may lead to 
cancellation of Results.
4. Any omissions or clash may be intimated to the Controller of Examinations, O.U. Hyderabad, immediately.
5. I.H.C. – I Year, Environmental studies – II year , Science & Civilization – III Year and Computer Skills – I & ii Year will be conducted between 12-12-2011 and 15-12-2011 at 
their respective colleges.
6. Cell phones and programmable calculators are strictly not allowed in the Examination Hall.

For More Information And Time Table Visit Official website -http://www.osmania.ac.in


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