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Gauhati University has invited applications for admission to the 5 year Integrated M.Com programme being offered by the Department of Commerce of the University.
It is a full time course consisting of 10 semesters spread over five years leading to the Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) and Master of Commerce Degrees under Gauhati University. The course is designed under the choice based credit and grading system. A student has the discretion to opt out of the course after successfully completing B.Com (Hons.) degree at the end of Sixth Semester.
Eligibility: Applicant should have passed the Higher Secondary Examination (10+2) or an equivalent examination recognised by the Gauhati University securing not less than 55% marks in aggregate.
Selection will be based on the marks in the qualifying examination and the marks in the Entrance Examination. The merit list will be prepared by giving 60% weightage for the average percentage of total marks in best four papers in Higher Secondary or equivalent examination and 40% of Entrance Test Marks.
The Entrance Test of 1 hour duration, carrying a total of 100 marks, will be held at 10.30 am 12th June, 2019 (Wednesday). It will have (i) multiple choice objective type questions from General English, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude including Mathematics, Test of Reasoning and (ii) Paragraph Writing. There are 60 seats for the Programme.
Application can be filled online at www.gauhati.ac.in latest by 4th June 2019. Application Fee is Rs.600/- to be paid online through SBI Collect gateway.
Applicants have to submit all necessary testimonials online. Those who will fill online application form before declaration of H.S. (Class 12th) result need to submit the testimonials in the Department of Commerce, G.U on or before 4th June, 2019. Original documents to be required at the time of Admission for verification include (i) Age proof Certificate/Admit Card(ii) Pass Certificate & Mark sheet of H.S.L.C. or equivalent examination (iii) Pass Certificate & Mark sheet of H.S. (10+2) or equivalent examination (iv) Caste Certificate for SC/ST/OBC/MOBC candidates from appropriate authority (v) Two copies of recent colour passport size photograph.
Overall Merit List will be published on 13th June, 2019 (Thursday). The List of Selected & waiting Candidates will be published on 17th June, 2019 (Monday). Admission of Select List & Wait List will be published on 18th June, 2019 (Tuesday).
For more details, visit www.gauhati.ac.in
Thiruvananthapuram: The first allotment for Plus One admissions has been released. The admission process has begun from today.
Students who have got allotment can take admissions at the respective schools till May 27, Friday, 4 pm.
Those obtaining the lower options can seek permanent or temporary admission. In the latter case, fees need not be paid. Such students can cancel their higher options if needed by submitting application in this regard.
Those who have not secured place in this list should wait for the second allotment which will be published on May 30.
The classes will begin on June 3.
For more details, visit http://www.hscap.kerala.gov.in/
Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology (RGCB) has invited applications for admission to the MSc Biotechnology Program commencing in July 2019.
The Programme comes with three unique specializations-Diseases Biology, Molecular Diagnostics & DNA Profiling and Molecular Plant Sciences. The total duration of PG course is 2 years with four semesters.
The MSc program of RGCB will be affiliated to the Regional Centre for Biotechnology an 'Institution of National Importance' established by the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India under the auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization or UNESCO, a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN) based in Paris, providing education, training and research. The program will cover the fundamental fields of theories in Biotechnology, while focusing on laboratory exercises and industrial as well as research applications. The students will be introduced to the concepts of "Enterprise and Entrepreneurship". This allows students who wish for a career beyond the laboratory in an existing biotechnology industry or for those who dream of starting a new biotechnology enterprise. Students get trained in a real business & technology development bio-incubator where startup companies function.
Those admitted will receive a stipend of Rs. 6000/- per month for the first year and Rs.8000/- for the second year of the MSc program.
Eligibility: Applicant should have an approved Bachelors degree in any branch of Science, Engineering, Medicine, Ayurveda or other traditional systems of medicine, BDS, BVSc, BPharm, B.Tech, BSc Agriculture etc. with 60% aggregate marks (or an equivalent grade point average). Applicants of SC, ST, OBC (non-creamy layer) and PWD categories will get a relaxation of 5% in aggregate marks. Those in the final year of their qualifying degree program are also eligible to apply provided that they produce a proof of having secured the required marks in their undergraduate degree program at the time of admission.
Specializations: (i) Disease Biology (ii) Molecular Plant Sciences (iii) Molecular Diagnostics and DNA Profiling. Students will be allowed to select any specializations at the time of application. But final allotment will be done based on their qualifying marks in the entrance examination.
Selection: Selection will be based on an Entrance Examination Entrance examination to be held on June 14, 2019 at Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Calicut, Chennai, Delhi, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kalyani, Kochi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Navi Mumbai, Patna, Pune, Ranchi and Thiruvananthapuram. The Entrance Examination will have multiple choice type questions and will consist of two parts- Part A (30 questions) and Part B (100 questions). All questions in Part A is compulsory and will include current general knowledge, analytical ability, and reasoning. Part B will include questions from BSc level life sciences, chemistry, and basic level mathematics and physics. Students can answer any 70 of the 100 questions. There will be one mark for every correct answer and negative 1/4 mark for every wrong answer. Duration of the test will be three hours.
Application Fee for Un-Reserved (General UR) category is Rs 2000/-. For Other Backward Class (OBC-Non Creamy Layer)/SC/ST/Economically Backward for General Category, it is Rs. 700/-. There is no application fee for PWD applicants.
Reservation: There shall be reservation of seats for students from the SC, ST, OBC, PWD and Economically backward categories as per the rules and regulations of the Government of India.
Applications can be submitted at https://rgcb.res.in/msc2019.php through the Registration link there, latest by May 30, 2019.
Classes will commence in July 2019. For details, see https://rgcb.res.in/msc2019.php
Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) scheme is an on-going National Program of Fellowship in Basic Sciences, initiated and funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, to attract exceptionally highly motivated students for pursuing basic science courses and research career in science. The objective of the program is to identify students with talent and aptitude for research; help them realize their academic potential; encourage them to take up research careers in Science, and ensure the growth of the best scientific minds for research and development in the country.
Selection: Selection of the students is made from those studying in XI standard to 1st year of any undergraduate Program in Basic Sciences namely B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math./Int. M.Sc./M.S. in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology including Statistics, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Cell Biology, Ecology, Molecular Biology, Botany, Zoology, Physiology, Biotechnology, Neurosciences, Bioinformatics, Marine Biology, Geology, Human Biology, Genetics, Biomedical Sciences, Applied Physics, Geophysics, Materials Science or Environmental Science and having aptitude for scientific research are eligible for KVPY fellowship.
Based on the performance in the aptitude test, short-listed students are called for an interview which is the final stage of the selection procedure. For receiving a fellowship, both aptitude test and interview marks are considered.
Eligibility: KVPY Fellowships are given to Indian Nationals to study in India. Those intending to pursue/pursing under graduate program under Distance Education scheme/correspondence course of any university are not eligible to apply.
Selection is made under different streams:
Stream SA: Students enrolled in XI Standard (Science Subjects) during 2019-20 and having secured a minimum of 75% (65% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in Mathematics and Science subjects in the X Standard Board examination. The fellowship of the students selected under this stream will be activated only if they join an undergraduate course in Basic Sciences in the academic year 2021-22 after having secured a minimum of 60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in Science subjects in the XII standard/(+2) Board Examination. During the interim period of one year they will be invited for the National Science (Vijyoshi) Camp and their travel expenses and local hospitality will be met by KVPY.
Stream SX: Students enrolled in XII Standard/ (+2) (Science subjects) during 2019–20and aspiring to join undergraduate program in Basic Sciences for the session 2020–21 provided they have secured a minimum of 75% (65% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in Mathematics and Science subjects (Physics/Chemistry/Biology) in the X Standard Board Examination and a minimum of 60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in Mathematics and Science subjects (Physics/Chemistry/Biology) in the XII standard Board Examination.
Students in their 2nd year of study in Cambridge International Examination Board and aspiring to join an UG program in Basic Sciences in the Academic year 2019-20 are eligible to apply provided they have secured a minimum of 75% (65% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in Mathematics and Science subjects (Physics/Chemistry/Biology) in the X Standard Board Examination. They must secure 60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in Mathematics and Science subjects (Physics/Chemistry/Biology) in the XII standard Board Examination before taking up the fellowship, if awarded.
Stream SB: Students enrolled in the 1st year of undergraduate program in Basic Sciences during 2019-20 and having secured a minimum of 60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in Mathematics and Science subjects (Physics/Chemistry/Biology) in the XII Standard Board Examination. In the 1st year final examination of B.Sc./B.S./B.Math./B.Stat./Int. M.Sc./Int. M.S. they must secure 60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks before taking up the fellowship, if awarded.
Empowerment initiative: A certain number of additional fellowships exclusively for the students belonging to SC/ST community under the various streams as stated above will be operated. A certain number of fellowships under various streams as stated above will be operated exclusively for students under the category of Persons with Disability (Physically and Visually Challenged).
Fellowship Amount: For those selected under SA/SX/SB will get a monthly fellowship of Rs.5000/- and an Annual Contingency Grant of Rs.20,000/-, during 1st to 3rd years of B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math. / Integrated M.Sc. /M.S.
During 4th to 5th years of Integrated M.Sc. /M.S./M.Math./M.Stat., it will be Rs. 7000/- and Rs. 28000/- respectively.
A student is eligible to receive the KVPY fellowship up to Pre-PhD level or 5 years whichever is earlier.
The fellowship for the students selected under the stream SA/SX/SB will be started after the XII Standard/ (+2) / I year UG, only if they pursue an undergraduate course in Basic Sciences.
Renewal/Continuation of fellowship: The Fellow should continue to study Basic Science courses in school/junior college/university, and should maintain a minimum level of academic performance of first class or 60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate or equivalent grade points. The student has to pass all the subjects prescribed for that particular academic year (two semesters in case of semester system) and should have obtained the specified percentage of marks. In the course work, in each academic year, the marks/grades will have to be certified by the Dean or Head of the Institution.
The fellowship will be discontinued if the above marks/grade is not obtained. However, if the fellow passes all the subjects and obtains greater than 60% ((50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in the subsequent years, the fellowship can be renewed only from that year onwards, again with the condition that the fellow should obtain 60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate every year.
In addition to the above, participation and satisfactory performance in the Summer Camp in the first year and Summer project every year thereafter is required for renewal of the fellowship.
KVPY Fellows who opt out of the basic science stream at any stage will forfeit the Fellowship and Contingency Grant forthwith.
Summer program: Participation and satisfactory performance in the summer programme/Project each year from the second year (B.Sc./B.S./B.Math./B.Stat /Integrated M.Sc./Integrated M.S.) onwards in an academic Institution of National or International repute or a DSIR approved research labs (in case of private lab or institutions) is mandatory for renewal of the Fellowship. The report on the summer programme /project together with the assessment report from the mentor will have to be forwarded along with the course performance certificate etc. for renewal purpose from second year of B.Sc./B.S./B.Math./B.Stat /Integrated M.Sc./Integrated M.S. program.
Other Privileges: Each KVPY Fellow will be issued an Identity Card so as to have access to National Laboratories/ Universities who have agreed to extend special privileges like library, laboratory facilities, etc. to KVPY Fellows on production of the ID card.
Selection Procedure: Selection will be based on Aptitude Test followed by Interview. After scrutiny of application forms and meeting the eligibility criteria for various streams, all eligible students will be called for aptitude test conducted both in Hindi and English at different centres across the country.
In Stream-SA all questions are compulsory (Science and Mathematics). In respect of the streams SB and SX, there will be four sections in Part I (Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics) and four sections in Part II (Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics). Candidates may answer any 3 of the four subjects in Part I and any 2 of the four subjects in Part II. In case candidate attempts more sections, best of three in Part I and best of two in Part II is considered.
There is no prescribed syllabus for the aptitude test which aims to test the understanding and analytical ability of the student than his/her factual knowledge. Students are tested for the syllabus up to class X/XII/1st year of basic science courses as applicable depending on the scheme applied for.
Based on the performance in the aptitude test, short-listed students will be asked to appear for an interview which is the final stage of the selection procedure.
Application: The applications will be invited in the month of July. Applications can be submitted online at http://www.kvpy.iisc.ernet.in, then.
Applicants are required to submit all the required documents through the website. They include (i) Caste certificate issued and duly signed by the competent authority (GOI) in the prescribed proforma in the case of students belonging to SC/ST (ii) Medical certificate from the prescribed authority (GOI) in the case of physically and visually challenged students certifying the percentage of disability (iii) Scanned photo & signature.
KVPY Fellows cannot receive simultaneously fellowship /scholarship from more than one source, either government or private. In case they are in receipt of any other fellowship or scholarship, they will have to relinquish it in order to avail the KVPY Fellowship.
For more details, visit http://www.kvpy.iisc.ernet.in
Aspirants seeking admission to MBBS/BDS Programmes against the seats reserved for Wards of 'Insured Persons' (IP) in Medical/Dental Colleges under the Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) should obtain 'Ward of IP Certificate' to be considered for such seats.
Online applications for the same can be submitted till 11.59 pm on May 28, 2019 at the website https://www.esichospitals.gov.in/admissionportal/ for obtaining this certificate.
Applicants will have to first register at the site and then submit the details asked for. The list of documents to be submitted with the online application is available in the Notification given at the link, https://www.esic.nic.in/admissions
After online submission of application, the printout of the same has to be taken, signed by the IP and the ward of IP and submitted to the ESIC Branch Office during working hours of the office latest by 29.5.2019. Applicant should collect and retain the acknowledgement slip that will be issued by the Branch office on receipt of the application.
The status of the application can be viewed at the website. The applicant will be able to download a pdf format of the issued certificate through the website. The original certificate can be collected by the students directly from the Branch office.
A total of 317 seats are available for MBBS and 22 seats for BDS under IP Quota in 2019.
Details are available at https://www.esic.nic.in/admissions
Indian Army has invited applications from unmarried male citizens for admission under the 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme Course commencing in January 2020, leading to Permanent Commission in the Army. There are 90 vacancies.Applications should be unmarried male citizens of India (with exceptions given in the Notification), who have passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM).
Applicant must not be below 16 ½ years and above 19 ½ years on 1.1.2020. Applicant should not have been born before 1st July, 2000 and not after 1st July, 2003 (both days inclusive).
Applicant should have passed 10+2 Examination or its equivalent with a minimum aggregate of 70% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from recognized education boards. Eligibility condition for calculating PCM percentage of various state /central boards will be based on marks obtained in Class XII only.
Applicant must be in good physical and mental health and free from any disease/disability which is likely to interfere with the efficient performance of duties. Details of the medical requirements are given in the Notification at http://joinindianarmy.nic.in/Applicant should not have been debarred from appearing in any examination by UPSC and should not have been arrested/convicted by a criminal court or involved in any court case.
Training: Total training will extend for 5 years which includes Basic Military Training for 1 year and Technical Training with Phase-I (Pre Commission Training) extending for 3 Years and Phase-II (Post Commission Training) of 1 year duration. The candidates will be awarded Engineering degree after successful completion of the final examination. Cost of Training will be borne by State but will be recovered from candidates withdrawing for personal reasons which will be Rs 8785/- per week (or as notified from time to time) for the period of candidates stay at the Officers Training Academy, Gaya/Cadet Training Wing.
Application: Application has to be submitted online at http://joinindianarmy.nic.in/, latest by 8th June, 2019. An applicant may make changes to data filled incorrectly in online application, till the closing of online applications. The candidate must 'submit' his application each time he opens his application for editing. After successfully submitting the form, the candidate will receive a confirmation in the form of a dialog box of having submitted the application. Print out of the application with a Roll number will be available to the candidate 30 minutes after the closing of online applications. Candidates are required to print two copies of the application with Roll Number generated by the system. One copy of the print out application duly self-attested by the candidate has to be carried to the selection centre for the SSB interview. The second copy of the printout of online application is to be retained by the candidate for his reference. There is no need to send any hard copy of application printout to Directorate General of Recruiting.
Selection Procedure: The application will be screened at Directorate General of Recruiting, integrated Headquarters, Ministry of Defence (Army). Integrated HQ of MoD (Army) will shortlist applications based on cut off percentage as decided and the candidate in the short lis will be detailed for Service Selection Board (SSB). After short listing of candidates, the Centre allotment will be intimated to the candidate online. After allotment of Selection Centre, candidates will have to log in to the website and select their SSB dates on a first come first serve basis.
Only shortlisted eligible candidates will undergo SSB at one of the Selection Centres- Allahabad (UP), Bhopal (MP), Bengaluru (Karnataka) or Kapurthala (Punjab) by Psychologist, Group Testing Officer and Interviewing Officer. Call Up letter for SSB interview will be issued by respective Selection Centres on candidates registered e-mail ID and SMS only.
Candidates will be put through two stage selection procedure. Those who clear Stage I will go to Stage II. Those who fail in Stage I will be returned on the same day. Duration of SSB interview is five days and details of the same are available at the official website of Directorate General of Recruiting http://joinindianarmy.nic.in/. This will be followed by a medical examination for the candidates who get recommended after Stage II.
Candidates should carry copy of the print out application duly self-attested by the candidate and (i) Class 10th certificate / mark sheet in original showing DOB (ii) Class 12th Certificate / mark sheet in original (iii) ID proof in original along with 2 self-attested photocopies of the certificates (iv) 20 copies of self-attested PP size photograph when reporting for the Interview. The originals will be returned after verification at the SSB itself.
Candidates recommended by the SSB and declared medically fit, will be issued joining letter for training in the order of merit, depending on the number of vacancies available.
If selected, candidates are not to marry until they complete their full training. A candidate, who marries subsequent to the date of his application, though successful, will not be selected for training. A candidate who marries during training shall be discharged and will be liable to refund all expenditure incurred on him by the government.
For details, applicants may visit http://joinindianarmy.nic.in/ and the notification there.
Kannur: Considering the increase in number of students qualifying for the higher secondary education, the general education department has decided to allow new batches for Plus One in three districts. The new batches will be allowed in Science and Humanities streams in Kozhikode, Malappuram and Palakkad districts.
The new seats will be allowed only in government schools. However, the higher secondary directorate is of the stance that no more additional seats should be allowed in a batch. Schools and teachers say even 50 students are in a batch is difficult to manage. Last year 20 percent increase was allowed.
Meanwhile, in more than 20 schools in Pathanamthitta and Kottayam, there are only a very few number of students in some of the batches. If the trend continues during the applications, they will be termed uneconomical and the applications will be transferred to different schools.
The first allotment for Plus One admissions will be published on May 24. The students who obtain allotment in the first phase can take admissions at the schools on May 24, 25 and 27. The second allotment will be published on May 30. The classes will begin on June 3.
Alappuzha: Gautam, an SSLC student of Haripad Govt Model HSS, couldn't complete his exam as his health condition deteriorated.
Gautam, who is suffering from blood cancer, reached the Alappuzha Govt Muhammadan HS for Girls, accompanied by parents, to write the remaining papers during the SAY exams.
In March, he attempted the SSLC exams while in treatment at RCC. But he couldn't write three exams as his health condition worsened.
Minister KK Shailaja and district Collector S Suhas also came to the school to encourage Gautam.
He wrote the Maths exam on Tuesday. Social Studies and Biology remains.
Gautam is all set in full confidence to take the exams.
Indian Institute of Infrastructure and Construction (IIIC) under Kerala government at Chavara in Kollam, has invited application for 20 customized skill development programmes for the year 2019-20. IIIC is offering Technician, Supervisory and Managerial courses.Students can apply for customized courses based on the available qualifications.
The notified courses will cover different sectors including construction and infrastructure, hospitality management, retail management, IT and IT enabled services, urban planning, interior design, etc.
Basic eligibility for Technician level courses are 8th Pass/10th Standards/SSLC. Plus two, Diploma and ITI certificate holders can apply for Supervisory level courses. Graduates including engineering graduates can apply for different managerial level courses.
It includes six months' graduateship programme for Civil, Architecture, Mechanical and Computer science graduates. Three months' technician level courses include advanced certificate in housekeeping, bar bending and steel fixing, certificate programme in sewage treatment plant and water treatment plant operator, road construction machinery operator and scaffolding operator and painting and finishing works. The basic eligibility is education up to 10th Standard.
Supervisory programmes include 6 months' certificate in GPS/GIS, plumbing engineering and 3 months plumbing engineering courses. Basic eligibility for supervisory course is Plus 2/Diploma/ITI certificate.
Managerial courses include one year post graduate diploma in advanced construction management, interior design and construction, urban planning design and architecture, facilities and contract management, 6 months' data centre infrastructure engineering, one year PGD in data analytics, retail management, etc. Basic eligibility is B.Tech/B.Arch./MCA/MBA.
Any graduate can apply for facilities and Contract management and retail management courses.
All the programmes are affiliated to NSDC under different NSQF levels.
Online applications can be submitted through website www.iiic.ac.in till 6th July 2019.
For more details, visit www.iiic.ac.inor call 8078980000 / 04762653000.
Thiruvananthapuram: The scores secured by candidates in the 2019 Engineering/Pharmacy Entrance Examination were published on Tuesday. The results are available on the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in. Candidates can login to their home page through the link 'KEAM2019 Candidate Portal' and then click the menu item 'Result' to view the results.
Of the 73437 students who appeared for both the papers of the Engineering Entrance Examination, 51665 students have qualified under Engineering Stream and 39908 students have qualified under Pharmacy stream out of the 56307 students opted and appeared for the Pharmacy Entrance Examination (Paper I of the Engineering Entrance Examination).
The results of 3328 candidates under Engineering/Pharmacy stream have been withheld for various reasons. The results of such candidates will be released as and when the reasons for withholding the results are cleared.
Four questions were deleted from valuation in Engineering Paper I (Physics) and two questions were deleted from valuation in Engineering Paper I (Chemistry). Similarly, five questions were deleted from valuation in Engineering Paper II (Mathematics).
Those candidates who have qualified in the Engineering Entrance Examination have to submit/verify the marks obtained by them in the qualifying examination (Plus Two or equivalent) for Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Computer Science/Biotechnology/Biology in order to prepare the Engineering rank list 2019. The facility for submission/verification of marks online will be made available in the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in in due course.
The Engineering and Pharmacy listswill be published in the first week of June 2019.
Thiruvananthapuram: A record 20.86 lakh school children in 9,941 state-run lower primary and upper primary schools in Kerala will have the facility of hi-tech IT laboratories in their schools from July, an official said on Tuesday.
K. Anvar Sadath, Vice Chairman and Executive Director, Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE) told IANS that supply orders for 55,086 laptops and USB speakers and 23,170 multimedia projectors to be deployed to the 9,941 schools in the state have been issued.
"Hi-tech labs would be set up in these schools from July. As a prelude to this, 76,349 teachers in these schools were given specific IT training during the vacation time," said Sadath.
Food Craft Institute, which functions under the Department of Tourism of Kerala government, has invited applications for various certification courses to be held at the 13 regional centres under it.
The various courses offered are:
Front Office Operation
Food and Beverage Service
Bakery and Confectionery
Hotel Accommodation Operation
Canning and Food Preservation
The course period is 12 months - nine months in classroom and three months of industrial exposure training.
The basic educational qualification for admissions to these courses is SSLC or Class 10.
Admissions are based on the marks obtained in entrance test.
Details regarding institutes, courses, seats, fee structure other details are available at https://fcikerala.org
The dully filled up applications are to be submitted to the respective institute latest by May 31.
New Delhi: The University Grants Commission (UGC) has directed varsities and higher educational institutions to observe 21 May as Anti-Terrorism day to wean away the youth from terrorism.
The activities suggested for the day include debates, discussions, symposium, pledge taking ceremony and screening of films. "Every year May 21 is observed as Anti-Terrorism day in India to wean away the youth from terrorism and showing as to how it is prejudicial to the national interest," the commission said in a letter to vice-chancellors.
"You are requested to kindly observe the Anti-terrorism day in your university and in your affiliated colleges on 21 May 2019. You should accordingly organise appropriate programmes suggested by the Ministry of Home Affairs," the letter stated.
Kozhikode: 'Ask Expert', the professional course guidance seminar for those students aspiring a career in engineering, architecture, pharmacy, medical and allied courses organized by mathrubhumi.com began at Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday. The seminar is being held at Tagore theatre here. This is the 10th edition of the seminar.
The seminar will also be conducted on May 28 and 31 at Kozhikode Nalanda auditorium and Ernakulam TDM Hall.
Experts will engage classes on various topics including Medical admissions based on NEET, Kerala Engineering/Pharmacy admissions through KEAM, IIT admissions through JEE Main/Advanced, JoSAA process, NIT admissions and CUSAT admission process.
Registration fee for a person (including parent) is Rs 300. All participants will be given a free booklet detailing various admission processes, last ranks of 2018 and KEAM prospectus. Food and refreshments will be provided at the venue.
Registrations can be done at https://www.mathrubhumi.com/askexpert2019
Thiruvananthapuram: Applications for corrections in Plus One admission forms can be made until 4 pm on Tuesday, May 21. This is the last chance for making corrections. The allotment granted by filing wrong information will be cancelled.
Also, filing the right information is of great importance as each aspect of the application form will influence the rank list.
Those who have not verified application after online submission will have a last chance to submit the same for verification in any government/aided schools. They have to submit the application along with documents by 4 pm on May 21.
The trial allotment list for Plus One admissions was published by the Department of Higher Secondary Education on Monday, May 20. The results are available at http://hscap.kerala.gov.in/. Students can check result by entering application number, date of birth and district.
The physically challenged students who have not appeared for counselling yet should produce their disability certificate before the district level counselling committee within May 21 and include reference number in the application.
The first allotment list will be published on May 24 and the classes will begin on June 3.
Applications can be submitted for the BSc Courses at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Rishikesh, till 5 pm on 20.5.2019.
The Courses include (i) B.Sc. Anaesthesia Technician (ii) B.Sc. Bronchoscopy Technician (iii) B.Sc. Nuclear Medicine (iv) B.Sc. PFT Technician (v) B.Sc. Respiratory Therapy (vi) B.Sc. Sleep Lab Technician
Applicant should be an Indian citizen who should be attaining the age of 17 years, latest by 31.12.2019. Applicant should have passed 10+2 or equivalent examination with English, Physics, Chemistry and either Biology or Mathematics (Biology is compulsory for certain courses) securing a minimum of 50% marks for Gen / OBC (45% in case of SCs / STs Categories) in aggregate in English, Physics, Chemistry and either Biology or Mathematics, as applicable to the course opted.
Selection will be based on an Entrance examination to be held on June 10, 2019 at Rishikesh. The examination will have one paper of 1½ hours duration and consisting of objective type (Multiple Choice) questions in four parts of 30 questions each from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. Candidate may either attempt Biology part or Mathematics part in addition to questions of Physics and Chemistry.
Applications can be submitted online at http://www.aiimsrishikesh.edu.in latest by 5 pm on May 20, 2019 (Monday).
For details, visit the website and also the Prospectus available at Academic-Courses-BSc Courses link there or directly at http://aiimsrishikesh.edu.in/?page_id=2211
Centre for Heritage Studies under the Department of Cultural Affairs, Hill Palace, Tripunithura, Ernakulam-682301, has invited applications for admission to the various one year Post Graduate Diploma Courses offered by the Institute for 2019-20.
PG diploma Programs are offered in (i) Archaeology (ii) Museology (iii) Archival Studies (iv) Conservation.
Eligibility: Applicant should be holding a recognised Bachelor Degree with 40% marks. SC/ST applicants need only a Bachelor Degree with 35% marks. Those applying for the Conservation Diploma Programme should be holding a Bachelor's Degree with Chemistry as a subject.
Application: Applications can be obtained directly from the office of the Institute on payment of Rs.100/-. Those desirous of having application form by Post, may send a request for the same to 'Centre for Heritage Studies, Department of Cultural Affairs, Hill Palace, Tripunithura, Ernakulam-682301', with a Demand Draft for Rs.100/- drawn in favour of 'Registrar, Centre for Heritage Studies', payable at SBI, Trippunithura branch and a self addressed envelope with stamps for Rs.5/- affixed.
The last date for receipt of filled applications is 25.5.2019.
For details, visit:http://centreforheritagestudies.in/
Kochi: There is a record increase in the number of students joining the Kerala state syllabus this academic year. Compared to last year, 1.52 lakh students have joined the state syllabus this year.
There is record increase in the number of students joining Class 1 in state syllabus. As per the statistics till mid-May, more than 70,000 students have joined.
The surge in numbers is attributed to general education rejuvenation mission by the government. Government schools are achieving this status while some of the CBSE schools are facing the threat of shut down due to lack of affiliation.
Path to success
45000 classrooms in govt/aided schools made hi-tech.
Digital interactive books, integrated portals and e-learnin to help students.
Implemented projects like Malayalathilakkam, Talent labs, Science parks, English theatres, Ganithavijayam.
Provided free uniform, books, nutritious lunch to students from Class 1 to 8.
Bio parks for environmental awareness, Sradha project for students with special needs, digital books for vision impaired students, special resource teachers for mentally-physically disabled students.
Jessy Joseph, director-in-charge of general education department said that PTA activities were strengthened by ensuring participation of parents. Compulsory courses and trainings for teachers were introduced. Also arts and cultural fests were conducted.
Thiruvananthapuram: The trial allotment list for Plus One admissions have been published by the Department of Higher Secondary Education. The results are available at http://hscap.kerala.gov.in/. Students can check result by entering application number, date of birth and district.
Applications for correction can be submitted to same school where application was previously submitted till 4 pm on May 21.The allotment granted by filing wrong information will be cancelled. This is the last chance for making corrections.
The detailed instructions to the principals regarding corrections also are available in the website. The physically challenged students who have not appeared for counselling yet should produce their disability certificate before the district level counselling committee within May 21 and include reference number in the application.
Those who have not verified application after online submission will be given a last chance to submit the same for verification in any government/aided schools. They have to submit the application along with documents by 4 pm on May 21. Broadband internet facilities can be used for checking trial allotment.
The first allotment list will be published on May 24 and the classes will begin on June 3.
Kochi: Around 2000 English medium schools in the state, which have no approval, are on the verge of close down. The High Court ordered not to allow those schools to function from the coming academic year onwards without approval. The order will come into effect on May 23.
The Government had ordered that students of these schools do not require TC to join government schools up to Class 8. For admissions to Class 9 and 10, documents proving age and entrance exam results will be taken into account.
Government has informed HC that a total of 870 schools have applied for affiliation in various boards including CBSE. Government has not furnished no-objection certificate to any of those. Those schools functioning as per HC order abiding to the guidelines, can apply for approval with the government.
There should be above 350 students, 2.80 acre land, playground and other facilities at the school. But most of the English medium schools lack these. Most of them have up to Class 7 and have less than 300 students. Those schools up to class 7 do not require CBSE affiliation.
Education Expert at General Education Rejuvenation Mission Dr Ratheesh Kaliyadan said that those schools functioning unlawfully can't continue.
Education minister Prof. Raveendranath said that scrutiny of the applications is underway and necessary action will be taken.
Meanwhile, Ramadas Kathiroor, President of All Kerala Self Financing Schools Federation said that o schools in the state will be closed down because of lack of approval. Government is not accepting application for NOC. We will move court against this, he added.