1. BITSAT 2010 - Birla Institute of Science & Technology Admission
  2. IIST Admission Test (ISAT-2010)
  8. BCECE
  9. Combined Entrance Examination(CEE)
  10. GUJCET
  11. GCET
  12. Haryana Common Engineering Entrance Test ( CEET)
  13. JCECEB
  14. Karnataka Common Entrance Test (CET).
  15. BITSAT 2010 - Birla Institute of Science & Technology Admission
    Computer Based Online Test for Admission to Integrated First Degree programmes of BITS, Pilani, 2010-11
    BITSAT Online Tests
    Admissions to Integrated first degree programmes, at Pilani campus, Goa campus and Hyderabad Campus for I Semester 2010-11 will be made through a computer based online test conducted by BITS. This test is referred to as ' BITS Admission Test', in short as BITSAT.
    Integrated First Degree Programmes to which admissions will be made on the basis of BITSAT-2010:
    1. At BITS, Pilani – Pilani Campus:
      B.E.(Hons.): Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics, Electronics & Instrumentation, Mechanical, Manufacturing .
      M.Sc.(Hons.): Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Physics and M.Sc.(Tech.): General Studies, Finance, Information Systems.
    2. At BITS, Pilani – Goa Campus:
      B.E.(Hons.): Chemical, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics, Electronics & Instrumentation, Mechanical.
      M.Sc.(Hons.): Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Physics. and
      M.Sc.(Tech.): Information Systems.

      At BITS, Pilani – Hyderabad Campus : B.E.(Hons.): Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Electronics & Communication, Electrical and Electronics, Mechanical. B.Pharm.(Hons.); M.Sc.(Hons.): Biological Sciences, Chemistry; Economics, Mathematics, Physics and
      M.Sc.(Tech.): Information Systems.

    Candidates should have passed the 12th examination of 10+2 system from a recognized Central or State board or its equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Further the candidate should have obtained a minimum of aggregate 80% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects in 12th examination, with at least 60% marks in each of the Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics subjects and should have adequate proficiency in English.
    Students who are appearing for 12th examination in 2010 or who have passed 12th Examination in 2009 only are eligible to appear in the BITSAT-2010 test.

    BITSAT 2010 Important Dates
    Deadline to apply for BITSAT-2010 : 30th January 2010
    Test center allotment and announcement to candidates : by 15th February 2010
    Candidates to reserve Test dates : 18th Feb. – 10th March 2010
    Candidates to download the Hall tickets with instructions : 10th April – 30th April 2010

    BITSAT 2010 Online tests :10th May – 10th June 2010
    Candidates to apply for admission with 12th marks and
    preferences to Degree programmers : 20th May – 30th June 2010
    Admit List and Wait List announcement (BITSAT 2010 Result Date) : 1st July 2010
    Test Format
    BITSAT-2010 will be of total 3-hour duration (without break). The test consists of four parts:
    Part I: Physics
    Part II : Chemistry
    Part III:
    • English Proficiency and
    • Logical Reasoning

    Part IV : Mathematics
    All questions are of objective type (multiple choice questions); each question with choice of four answers, only one being correct choice. Each correct answer fetches 3 marks, while each incorrect answer has a penalty of 1 mark. No marks are awarded for not attempted questions. While the candidate can skip a question, the computer will not allow the candidate to choose more than one option as correct answer.
    There will be 150 questions in all. The number of questions in each part is as follows:
    Subject No of questions
    Part I Physics 40
    Part II Chemistry 40
    Part III A. English Proficiency
    B. Logical Reasoning
    Part IV Mathematics 45
    Total: 150

    How to Apply for BITSAT 2010
    Interested candidates should register their names for BITSAT-2010 by applying in the prescribed application form online. Complete the application form Online at and take the print out of the filled form. The completed application form alongwith the prescribed fees of Rs. 1000/- (Rs. 500/- for female candidates) should be sent to Admissions Officer, BITS, Pilani – 333 031. Details for payment of fees are available at the website while applying online.
    For more details visit :

  16. IIST Admission Test (ISAT-2010)

    The admissions to the Undergraduate Programmes (B.Tech) at IIST for the year 2010 are made through the ISAT-2010.
    Available B-tech programmes
    • B.Tech Avionics
    • B.Tech Physical Sciences
    • Z,B.Tech in Aerospace Engineering

    Candidates can apply on-line only. The online application form will be available from 10:00 AM on 21st December 2009 to 11:30 PM on 31st January 2010 in the IIST
    website: and the alternate link
    The examination will be held on Friday, the April 16, 2010 as per details given below:
    Paper-I: 10:00 AM - 12:00 Noon (IST)
    Paper-II: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (IST)z,
    The schedule will remain unaltered even if the above date is declared a public holiday

    Type of examination
    There will be two question papers, each of two hours duration. Both the question papers will be of objective type and will consist of three separate sections on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The detailed syllabus based on which ISAT-2010 will be conducted, for the three subjects, namely, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics will be included in the ISAT - 2010 Brochure which will be available in ISAT-2010 webpage from 21st December, 2009.
    Student desirous of taking entrance test ISAT-2010 shall have to pay examination fee as under:
    GEN/OBC male candidates : Rs.500
    SC/ST/PD and for all female candidates : Rs.250
    The examination fee should be in the form of Demand Draft drawn on in favour of The Registrar, IIST, payable at Thiruvananthapuram
    For more details visit :


    last date 31 december 2009
    All India Engineering Entrance Examination for admissions in B.E./B.Tech and B.Arch/B.Planning in various national level institutes like NITs, IIITs, deemed universities, government funded institutions and states like Haryana and Uttrakhand will be held on 25th April, 2010 all over India and abroad.

    The minimum academic qualification for admission through AIEEE 2010 is a pass in the final examination of 10+2 (Class XII) or its equivalent referred to as the qualifying examination. Those appearing in 10+2 (Class XII) final or equivalent examination may also appear in AIEEE 2010 for consideration of provisional admission. Those appearing in 10+2 (Class 12) in 2011 are not eligible to appear in AIEEE-2010.
    Subject c ombinations required in the qualifying examination for admission to B.E./B.Tech. and B. Arch./B. Planning Courses shall be as under:
    Course Compulsory Anyone of the Optional
    B.E/B.TECH* Physics & Mathematics Chemistry
    Computer Science
    B.ARCH/B. PLANNING** Mathematics with 50%
    marks in aggregate at
    10+2 level
    B. Logical Reasoning

    The number of attempts which a candidate can avail at All India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination shall be limited to 03(three) uniformly for all the candidates in consecutive years. The candidates passed +2 to exam in 2008, 2009 or appearing in +2 in 2010 are only eligible to appear in AIEEE-2010.
    Candidates passed +2 in 2007 or before or appearing in 2011 are not eligible to appear in AIEEE-2010.

    Important information at a glance
    1.a Date of Examination 25.04.2010
    b. Sale of AIEEE Information
    Bulletin containing
    Application Form
    01.12.2009 to 31.12.2009
    c. Online submission of
    application on website:
    16.11.2009 to
    2. Last date for
    a. Receipt of request for
    Information Bulletin and
    Application Form by Post
    at AIEEE Unit,CBSE,PS1-2,
    Institutional Area,IP
    b. Sale of Information
    Bulletin at designated
    branches of Syndicate
    Bank, Regional Offices of
    the CBSE and designated
    c. Online submission of
    d. Receipt of complete
    applications "by post"
    including Registration Forms
    with Bank Draft at
    AIEEE Unit, CBSE, PS1-2,
    Institutional Area,IP Extension,
    3 Date of dispatch of Admit Card 10.03.2010 to
    4 Issue/dispatch of
    duplicate admit card(on
    request only with fee
    of Rs. 50/- + postal
    charges of Rs. 30/-
    extra for out station
    10.04.2010 to
    25.04.2010 (By Hand)
    10.04.2010 to
    20.04.2010 (By Post)
    5 Dates of Examination PAPER – 1 25.04.2010
    (0930-1230 hrs)
    PAPER – 2 25.04.2010
    (1400-1700 hrs)
    6 Centre of Examination As indicated on the
    Admit Card
    7 Declaration of Results On or before 07.06.2010
    8 Dispatch of Score Cards 12.06.2010 to 27.06.2010
    9 Issue/Dispatch of duplicate
    score cards (on request
    only with fee of Rs. 50/-.
    Postal charges of Rs. 30/-
    extra for outstation
    09.07.2010 to 31.08.2

    Schedule of AIEEE 2010 Examination
    Dates of
    Paper Subjects Timings Duration
    25.04.2010 Paper Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics 0930-1230
    3 Hours
    25.04.2010 Paper 2 Mathematics-Part I
    Aptitude Test-PartII &
    Drawing Test-Part III
    1400-1700 Hours 3 Hours



    Eligibility :
    Candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Examination, Kerala or examinations recognized as equivalent thereto, with 50% marks in Mathematics separately, and 50% marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry/Bio-technology/ Computer Science/Biology put together are eligible for admission. Candidates having Three year Diploma in Engineering awarded by the Board of Technical Examinations, Kerala or equivalent, having 50% marks in the final Diploma examination, are also eligible for admission. However, these Diploma holders are not eligible for admission to the Engineering courses offered by Kerala Agricultural University.

    Important Dates
    Schedule for the Entrance Examinations:
    Engineering Entrance Examination (For Engineering courses except Architecture)
    19.04.2010 Monday 10.00 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. Paper-I : Physics & Chemistry.
    20.04.2010 Tuesday 10.00 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. Paper-II: Mathematics.

    Application Form Deadlines
    The Application form and Prospectus will be distributed from 10 am on 07.12.2009 to 06.01.2010 through selected branches of Post Offices in Kerala and outside the State.The amount towards the fee of application is to be remitted in cash at the Post Offices. The list of Post Offices, selected as sales centres, is appended separately. Check out List of Post offices for KEAM 2010 Application Forms

    Application Forms will not be available by post or sold from the office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations.
    Last date and time for receipt of filled in Application Forms : The filled in Application Form along with the OMR DATA SHEET and other relevant documents, to be submitted with the Application Form, are to be sent in the printed envelope bearing the address of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations supplied along with the application form, so as to reach him before 5 p.m. on 06.01.2010 (Wednesday), by Hand Delivery/Registered Post/Speed Post. Completed Applications will be received in the Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations on holidays also.

    For more details visit :


    Eligibility conditions
    Age: Candidates shall be born on or after 01st July, 1989 ly in mathematics, physics and chemistry or a three year diploma in engineering with minimum 60% marks, awarded by any state board of technical education Note - Those who appear for the above examinations in April/May 2010 and expect to secure minimum marks as above, may also apply

    Important dates
    Sale of application form begins on: 21.12.2009 (Monday)
    Sale of application form closes on: 27.03.2010 (Saturday)
    Last date for submission of application: 30.03.2010 (Tuesday)
    For list of branches in other states, visit:

  20. VITEEE

    Candidates born on or after 1st July 1988 are eligible to apply for VITEEE-2010. They should have studied in regular, full-time, formal stream in the school
    A pass in 10+2 or its equivalent with a minimum average of 60% of marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics or biology (PCM/PCB)
    A pass in 10+2 or its equivalent with 50% average marks in physics, chemistry and mathematics or biology (PCM/PCB) for candidates belonging to SC/ST, students hailing from Jammu and Kashmir and from the North eastern states of Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Tripura, Sikkim, Nagaland, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh Physics, chemistry and mathematics (PCM) candidates are eligible for all the programmes Physics, chemistry and Biology (PCB) candidates are eligible only for B.Tech Bioinformatics, Bio-medical engineering and Biotechnology programmes.
    Candidates appearing for the 10+2 examination in March/April 2010 are also eligible to apply

    last date of receipt of application 20-2-1010
    For more details VIT website:

  21. EAMCET

    Engineering Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test is conducted by JNT University on behalf of APSCHE. This examination is the gateway for entry into various professional courses offered in Government/Private Colleges in Andhra Pradesh. The professional courses offered are:< br/>
    Agriculture and Medical Category
    • B.V.Sc. & A.H.
    • B.Sc. (Ag.)
    • B.Sc.(Hort.)
    • B.Sc(CA&BM)
    • B.F.Sc.
    • B.Tech (Food Science and Tech) (Bi.P.C)
    • B.Sc (Commercial Agri. & Business Mgt) (Bi.P.C)
    • MBBS
    • BDS
    • BAMS
    • BHMS
    • BNYS
    • B.Pharm (Bi.P.C.).
    • B.Tech. (Bio-Technology)
    • Pharm-D (Doctor of Pharmacy)

    Engineering Category
    • B.E.
    • B.Tech
    • B.Pharm(M.P.C.)
    • B.Tech (Ag.Engg.)
    • B.Tech. (Dairy)
    • B.Tech (FS & T)
    • B.Sc (CA & BM).
    • Pharm-D (Doctor of Pharmacy)

    Date of Notification : February
    Modes of Submission : POSTAL AND ONLINE

    The test consists of 3 sections with a total of 160 objective type questions each carrying 1-mark.
    1. Mathematics - 80 Questions- 80 Marks
    2. Physics - 40 Questions- 40 Marks
    3. Chemistry - 40 Questions- 40 Marks

    1. BOTANY/ZOOLOGY - 80 Questions- 80 Marks
    2. Physics - 40 Questions- 40 Marks
    3. Chemistry - 40 Questions- 40 Marks

    1. The qualifying percentage of marks in the Entrance Test is 25% i.e. 40 out of a total 160.
    For SC and ST, no minimum qualifying mark is prescribed.
    2 .For admission into MBBS/BDS courses on the basis of EAMCET entrance examination, a candidate for admission must have obtained not less than 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology taken together both at qualifying and EAMCET examination. In respect of candidates belonging to SC/ST/BC must have obtained not less than 40% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together both at qualifying and EAMCET examination.
    For more details please visit :

  22. BCECE

    The Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) conducts Combined Competitive Entrance Examinations (BCECE) for admission in Graduate level Vocational Courses in Engineering, Medical and Agricultural streams available in the Universities, Colleges and Institutions of the State of Bihar as well as those situated outside Bihar against State Quota seats.

    Engineering / Pharmacy Stream : Degree Courses in the Govt. /Govt. Recognised Technical Institutions of Bihar and Technical Institutions outside Bihar (State Quota).
    Medical Stream :MBBS/ BDS/ BAMS/ BHMS/ BUMS/ B.Ph.T./ B.Th.O. in Government Colleges of Bihar and in other similar courses of this stream.
    Agriculture Stream :
    Degree Courses of Rajendra Agricultural University, Pusa.

    Date of Notification : November/December
    Modes of Submission : General Post/Speed Post
    EXAMINATION : Exam will be conducted in two stages: first stage of exam will be in the month of January and second stage of exam in the month of May/June.
    Selection is made on merit in BCECE.

    Three papers of Physics, Chemistry and Maths for Engineering of 1 hour duration each.
    FOR MEDICAL: Three papers of Physics, Chemistry and Biology for Medical stream of 1 hour duration each.
    Address for communication:
    • BCECE Board
    • IAS Association Building
    • Near Patna Airport
    • Patna - 800 014
    • Ph: (612) 222-0230,
    • Fax: (612) 222-5387

    For more details please visit:

  23. Combined Entrance Examination CEE

    The University of Delhi will hold the Combined Entrance Examination (CEE) for admission to First Semester of Bachelor of Engineering Courses. for DELHI REGION candidates passing from Schools / Colleges / Institute located within the National Capital Territory of Delhi in Delhi
    For Outside Delhi Region 15% seats are allotted through AIEEE. It also invites applications from the candidates who have appeared in AIEEE and have been declared eligible for central counseling by CBSE for admission into B.E courses.

    Courses offered:
    Programmes Offered in B.E
    Delhi College of Engineering (DCE)
    1. Biotechnology
    2. Civil Engineering
    3. Computer Engineering
    4. Electrical Engineering
    5. Electronics & Communication Engineering
    6. Environmental Engineering
    7. Information Technology
    8. Mechanical Engineering
    9. Polymer Science and Chemical Technology
    10. Production and Industrial Engineering

    Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology NSIT:
    1. Electronics & Communication-120
    2. Electrical-90
    3. Mechanical-120
    4. Civil-70
    5. Production & lndustrial-30
    6. Computer-90
    7. Polymer Science & Chemical Technology-40
    8. Environmental-30
    9. Information Technology-60
    10. Bio-technology-20

    Date of Notification : March
    Modes of Submission : POSTAL

    Test Pattern:
    The test consists of 3- sections, Objective type questions, : 240 marks:
    All Enquiries regarding CEE -2008 can be directed to
    Faculty of Technology (University of Delhi) ,
    Room No. HCFF - 13, First Floor (Health Centre)
    Delhi College of Engineering (New Campus)
    Bawana Road, Delhi - 110042
    Phone : (011) 27871267
    For more details please visit:

  24. GUJCET

    GSEB (Gujarat State Education Board), Government of Gujarat conducts a Common Entrance Test for admission to Medical, B.E / B.Tech Courses in Engineering and Diploma / Degree Pharmacy courses in colleges in the Gujarat state.
    Admission to courses will be based on 40% of Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET) score and 60% of 12th Marks. For admission to MBBS, 70% marks in 12th class and also marks of either PCM (without practicals) or PCB (without practicals) are considered, so effective weightage is somewhere between 21-28% for GUJCET Exam.

    GUJCET is conducted in three mediums including English, Hindi, and Guajarati. It consists of three sections: Each section consists of 40 questions and time allotted is 60 minutes.

    FOR ENGINEERING: The test consists of 3 sections
    1. Mathematics
    2. Physics
    3. Chemistry
    FOR MEDICAL: The test consists of 3 sections
    2. Physics
    3. Chemistry

    Date of Notification : 1st to 2nd January 2010
    Last date of Submission : 18th January 2010
    Mode of Submission : Postal
    EXAMINATION : 8th April, 2010 (Thursday)

    Address for communication:
    Assistant Secretary, Gujarat Common Entrance Test Cell,
    Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board,
    Sector 10/b, Near Old Sachivalaya,
    Gandhinagar 382 010
    For more details please visit:

  25. GCET

    GCET is a Common Entrance Test conducted by the Directorate of Technical Education, Government of Goa for the candidates seeking admission to first year of professional degree courses in Medicine, Dentistry, Engineering, Pharmacy and Architecture and Homoeopathy.
    Courses Offered are:

    TEST PATTERN: The test consists of three sections; each section consists of 75 Objective type questions.
    FOR ENGINEERING: The test consists of 3 sections: Duration: Two hours.
    1. Mathematics -75 Questions
    2. Physics -75 Questions
    3. Chemistry -75 Questions
    FOR MEDICAL: The test consists of 3 sections
    1. BIOLOGY -75 Questions
    2. Physics -75 Questions
    3. Chemistry -75 Questions

    Date of Notification : January
    Mode of Submission : Postal

  26. Haryana Common Engineering Entrance Test CEET

    CEET was conducted by Haryana state for B.E/B.TECH courses. But now it has stopped conducting CEET and decided to allot the seats based on the candidate's scores in AIEEE.

  27. JCECEB

    JCECEB (Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board) is conducted by JCECEB board for admissions into first year degree in engineering, medical science, dentistry, pharmacy, veterinary science , agriculture science, fishery, dairy, forestry of the graduate standard and includes any other course of the same nature

    Courses Offered:
    • BE - Bachelor of Engineering
    • MBBS- Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery BDS - Bachelor of Dental Surgery
    • BVSc & AH- Bachelor of VeterinaryScience & Animal Husbandry
    • BSc Ag - Bachelor of Science Agriculture
    • BSc (Forestry) - Bachelor of Science Forestry

    The test will be held in two stages
    1. Preliminary
    2. Final examination.

    The test is of objective type. It consists of single paper, which is divided into four parts
    1. Mathematics,
    2. Physics
    3. Chemistry
    4. Biology.

    Exam Duration: 2 ½ hrs
    No. of Questions: 200 Questions.
    Based on the marks secured by the candidates in the preliminary examination, a separate list of the engineering and medical candidates is prepared after evaluation.
    Candidates who qualify in the preliminary examination are eligible to appear in the final examination.
    The final examination consist 2 parts:
    First part consist of physics and chemistry : 100 questions :Duration:3 Hrs in a single paper.
    Second part consists of Biology ( For Medical ) and Maths (For Engineering) exams.100 questions : Duration: 1 ½ hr.

    Date of Notification : March
    Mode of Submission : Postal

    JCECE Board
    Engineer's Hostel, Near Gol Chakkar
    Sector-III, HEC Dhurwa,

  28. Karnataka Common Entrance Test CET.

    Karnataka Common Entrance Test(CET) is conducted by Karnataka state Board for admissions into First year of full time courses in Medical, Dental, Indian systems of Medicine and Homeopathy,Engineering/Technology Courses in colleges within the State of Karnataka .

    The Test will be held in three different sessions for four subjects i.e.,
    First session
    • Physics and Chemistry:120 marks (60 each for Physics and Chemistry) : 150 minutes duration Second Session
      For Engineering
    • Mathematics : 60 marks : 80 minutes duration For Medical:
    • Biology : 60 marks: 80 minutes duration .
      Date of Notification : February
      Mode of Submission : Postal
      EXAMINATION : 28-04-2010 and 29-04-2010

      Contact Address
      The Executive Director,
      Karnataka Examinations Authority, Bangalore",
      For more details please visit:

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   1 -------------------------------------------------------
   2 -- Design Name : uart 
   3 -- File Name   : uart.vhd
   4 -- Function    : Simple UART
   5 -- Coder       : Deepak Kumar Tala (Verilog)
   6 -- Translator  : Alexander H Pham (VHDL)
   7 -------------------------------------------------------
   8 library ieee;
   9     use ieee.std_logic_1164.all;
  10     use ieee.std_logic_unsigned.all;
  12 entity uart is
  13     port (
  14         reset       :in  std_logic;
  15         txclk       :in  std_logic;
  16         ld_tx_data  :in  std_logic;
  17         tx_data     :in  std_logic_vector (7 downto 0);
  18         tx_enable   :in  std_logic;
  19         tx_out      :out std_logic;
  20         tx_empty    :out std_logic;
  21         rxclk       :in  std_logic;
  22         uld_rx_data :in  std_logic;
  23         rx_data     :out std_logic_vector (7 downto 0);
  24         rx_enable   :in  std_logic;
  25         rx_in       :in  std_logic;
  26         rx_empty    :out std_logic
  27     );
  28 end entity;
  29 architecture rtl of uart is
  30    -- Internal Variables
  31     signal tx_reg         :std_logic_vector (7 downto 0);
  32     signal tx_over_run    :std_logic;
  33     signal tx_cnt         :std_logic_vector (3 downto 0);
  34     signal rx_reg         :std_logic_vector (7 downto 0);
  35     signal rx_sample_cnt  :std_logic_vector (3 downto 0);
  36     signal rx_cnt         :std_logic_vector (3 downto 0);
  37     signal rx_frame_err   :std_logic;
  38     signal rx_over_run    :std_logic;
  39     signal rx_d1          :std_logic;
  40     signal rx_d2          :std_logic;
  41     signal rx_busy        :std_logic;
  42     signal rx_is_empty    :std_logic;
  43     signal tx_is_empty    :std_logic;
  44 begin
  45    -- UART RX Logic
  46     process (rxclk, reset) begin
  47         if (reset = '1') then
  48             rx_reg        <= (others=>'0');
  49             rx_data       <= (others=>'0');
  50             rx_sample_cnt <= (others=>'0');
  51             rx_cnt        <= (others=>'0');
  52             rx_frame_err  <= '0';
  53             rx_over_run   <= '0';
  54             rx_is_empty   <= '1';
  55             rx_d1         <= '1';
  56             rx_d2         <= '1';
  57             rx_busy       <= '0';
  58         elsif (rising_edge(rxclk)) then
  59            -- Synchronize the asynch signal
  60             rx_d1 <= rx_in;
  61             rx_d2 <= rx_d1;
  62            -- Uload the rx data
  63             if (uld_rx_data = '1') then
  64                 rx_data  <= rx_reg;
  65                 rx_is_empty <= '1';
  66             end if;
  67            -- Receive data only when rx is enabled
  68             if (rx_enable = '1') then
  69                -- Check if just received start of frame
  70                 if (rx_busy = '0' and rx_d2 = '0') then
  71                     rx_busy       <= '1';
  72                     rx_sample_cnt <= X"1";
  73                     rx_cnt        <= X"0";
  74                 end if;
  75                -- Start of frame detected, Proceed with rest of data
  76                 if (rx_busy = '1') then
  77                     rx_sample_cnt <= rx_sample_cnt + 1;
  78                    -- Logic to sample at middle of data
  79                     if (rx_sample_cnt = 7) then
  80                         if ((rx_d2 = '1') and (rx_cnt = 0)) then
  81                             rx_busy <= '0';
  82                         else
  83                             rx_cnt <= rx_cnt + 1;
  84                            -- Start storing the rx data
  85                             if (rx_cnt > 0 and rx_cnt < 9) then
  86                                 rx_reg(conv_integer(rx_cnt) - 1) <= rx_d2;
  87                             end if;
  88                             if (rx_cnt = 9) then
  89                                 rx_busy <= '0';
  90                                -- Check if End of frame received correctly
  91                                 if (rx_d2 = '0') then
  92                                     rx_frame_err <= '1';
  93                                 else
  94                                     rx_is_empty  <= '0';
  95                                     rx_frame_err <= '0';
  96                                    -- Check if last rx data was not unloaded,
  97                                     if (rx_is_empty = '1') then
  98                                         rx_over_run  <= '0';
  99                                     else
 100                                         rx_over_run  <= '1';
 101                                     end if;
 102                                 end if;
 103                             end if;
 104                         end if;
 105                     end if;
 106                 end if;
 107             end if;
 108             if (rx_enable = '0') then
 109                 rx_busy <= '0';
 110             end if;
 111         end if;
 112     end process;
 113     rx_empty <= rx_is_empty;
 115    -- UART TX Logic
 116     process (txclk, reset) begin
 117         if (reset = '1') then
 118             tx_reg        <= (others=>'0');
 119             tx_is_empty   <= '1';
 120             tx_over_run   <= '0';
 121             tx_out        <= '1';
 122             tx_cnt        <= (others=>'0');
 123         elsif (rising_edge(txclk)) then
 125             if (ld_tx_data = '1') then
 126                 if (tx_is_empty = '0') then
 127                     tx_over_run <= '0';
 128                 else
 129                     tx_reg   <= tx_data;
 130                     tx_is_empty <= '0';
 131                 end if;
 132             end if;
 133             if (tx_enable = '1' and tx_is_empty = '0') then
 134                 tx_cnt <= tx_cnt + 1;
 135                 if (tx_cnt = 0) then
 136                     tx_out <= '0';
 137                 end if;
 138                 if (tx_cnt > 0 and tx_cnt < 9) then
 139                     tx_out <= tx_reg(conv_integer(tx_cnt) -1);
 140                 end if;
 141                 if (tx_cnt = 9) then
 142                     tx_out <= '1';
 143                     tx_cnt <= X"0";
 144                     tx_is_empty <= '1';
 145                 end if;
 146             end if;
 147             if (tx_enable = '0') then
 148                 tx_cnt <= X"0";
 149             end if;
 150         end if;
 151     end process;
 152     tx_empty <= tx_is_empty;
 154 end architecture;

Railway Recruitment Board :Recruitment of Assistant Loco Pilot

Railway Recruitment Board
Gov. of India
Ministry of Railways

Recruitment of Assistant Loco Pilot

Date of Publication : 30.01.2010

Centralised Employment Notice No.01/2010

RRB, inviting applications  from eligible Indian Nationals for the Post of Assistant Loco Pilot


Name of post

Name of RRB / Vacancies

Qualification Scale of Pay


Assistant Loco Pilot


Ahmedabad 1440

Matriculation OR its equivalent under 10 + 2 system and Course Completed Act. Apprentice OR I.T.I. in any of the following specific trades recognised by SCVT/ NCVT :
(1) Fitter
(2) Electrician
(3) Instrument Mechanic

(4) Mill Wright/ Maintenance Mechanic
(5) Mechanic Radio & T.V.
(6) Electronics Mechanic
(7) Mechanic Motor
(8) Wireman
(9) Tractor Mechanic
(10) Armature & Coil Winder
(11) Mechanic Diesel
(12) Heat Engine
(13) Turner
(14) Machinist
(15) Refrigeration & A.C. Mechanic
OR Diploma in Electrical / Mechanical / Electronics /Automobile Engineering recognised by AICTE in lieu ofI.T.I.

Note: Candidates having higher Educational qualification in Electrical/ Mechanical/Electronics/AutomobileEngineering recognised by AICTE are also eligible.

5200-Rs 20200 Gr. Pay Rs.1900


Ajmir 693
Allahabad 1026
Bangalore 942
Bhopal 188
Bhubaneshwar 449
Bilaspur 1373
Chadigarh 324
Chennai 227
Guwahati 720
jammu&Srinagar 210
Kolkata 1486
Mumbai 1772
Muzaffarpur 352
Patna 491
ranchi 834
Secunderabad 1424
Thriruvanthapuram 128

Total no of Vacancies :14079

Age : 18yrs-30yrs

Application Fee
: Rs 40/-  (All women candidates, SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen/Muslims/ Christians/ Sikhs/ Buddhists/Zorastrians (Parsis) candidates - No examination fees).Economically backward class candidates whose family income is less than Rs. 50,000 per annumare exempted from examinations fees. (They have to produce income certificate on letter head in   the Annexure-7 to waive off Examination fees for RRB Examinations) The examination fees are non-refundable. It should be paid in the form of a crossed Demand Draft to be drawn at the main branch of any of the Nationalized Banks, or in the form of Crossed Indian Postal Order drawn in favour of 'MEMBER SECRETARY / SECRETARY/ ASSISTANT  SECRETARY OF CONCERNED RAILWAY RECRUITMENT BOARD" valid for a period of six  months .The Bank Drafts/Indian Postal Orders should be payable at where the concerned RRB vacancies and reservation rules. (as per para-15) is situated.

How to apply

Applications in the prescribed format as enclosed (on a good quality A-4 size paper (80 GSM using one side only)Complete in all respects along with required enclosures should be sent by post to the Member Secretary/ Secretary/Assistant Secretary of the concerned Railway Recruitment Board as mentioned in para 15 of General Instructions so as to reach on or before 02-03-2010 (17.30 hrs). The applications can also be dropped in the box kept at the premises of concerned RRB offices, till the closing date.Last Date is on 2nd March,2010 The envelope containing the application should be clearly superscribed "Application for the Post of   ASSISTANT LOCO PILOT Category No. 01 Centralised Employment Notice No 01/2010 &Community (Sc/ST/OBC/


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Recruitment of Probationary Officers and Probationary Officers (Rural Business) 2010

State Bank of India

Recruitment of Probationary Officers and Probationary Officers (Rural Business)

Advertisement No. CRPD/PO-PO(RB)/ 2009-10/07

Applications are invited from eligible Indian Citizens for appointment as Probationary Officers (POs) and Probationary Officers (Rural Business) [POs(RB)] in State Bank of India. Candidates selected are liable to be posted anywhere in India. In case of POs (RB) the selected officers will remain under Rural Business Group (RBG) for a minimum period of 10 years.

Vacancies for OH & VH category candidates are reserved horizontally. Vacancies including reserved vacancies are provisional and may vary according to the requirements of Bank.

Post Vacancies Vacancies (PWD)
Probationary Officers 345 372 621 1162 2500 75 61 136
Probationary Officers (Rural Business) 300 150 540 1010 2000 30 30 60


645 522 1161 2172 4500 105 91 196

Note : Eligible candidates desirous of applying for both the posts should register single on-line application by depositing fees only once.
There will be a common written examination for both the Posts. Candidates have an option to apply for both the Posts while registering on-line application.

Eligibility Criteria :
Essential Academic Qualifications :
General Category & Others Category :
60% aggregate marks in XIIth standard or in Diploma after Xth standard
55% aggregate marks in Graduation.

SC / ST / PWD Category :
55% aggregate marks in XIIth standard or in Diploma after Xth standard
50% aggregate marks in Graduation.

In case of candidates having professional qualification's of CA or CWA or CFA or CS (Company Secretary), where graduation is not compulsory, the General & others category candidates should have secured minimum 60% aggregate marks in XIIth standard or Diploma (55% in case of SC/ST/PWD candidates) and pass marks in examination(s).

Age Limit (as on 28.02.2010): Not below 21 years and not above 30 years as on 28.02.2010 i.e candidates must have been born not earlier than 01.03.1980 and not later than 28.02.1989 (both days inclusive).

Pay Scale : Selected candidates will be on probation for a period of two years. They will draw a starting basic pay of Rs. 11,880/- in the scale of Rs. 10000-470/6-12820-500/ 3-14320-560/7-18240.

Category :
Instructions for writing Category Name and Category Code no. while applying online.
Various category names and their code numbers are given below :

Category Name Code No Category Name Code No Category Name Code No Category Name Code No
SC 01 ST 04 OBC 07 GEN 10
SC (OH) 02 ST (OH) 05 OBC (OH) 08 GEN (OH) 11
SC (VH) 03 ST (VH) 06 OBC (VH) 09 GEN (VH) 12

Selection Procedure (Common for both Posts) :
Phase- I : Written Examination - Combined Duration 3 Hrs. (Combined Objective & Descriptive Type Tests) - [Max marks-250 (combined)].
The duration of objective type test will be 2 hours, Max. marks 200 and will consist of :
i) Test of English Language (Grammer, Vocabulary, Comprehension etc.)
ii) Test of General Awareness, Marketing & Computers
iii)Test of Data Analysis & Interpretation
iv) Test of Reasoning (High Level)
The duration of Descriptive type test will be 1 hour, Max. marks-50

Phase-II : Group Discussion & Interview :
a) For POs - Max Marks - 50. [GD - 20 Interview - 30]

b) For POs (RB) - Max Marks - 50. [GD - 10, Interview - 30, Experience - 10]

Final Selection
The marks of group discussion and interview will be put together and the candidates who secure minimum 40% marks (minimum 35% in case of SC/ST/OBC/PWD) in group discussion and interview will be considered for final selection. The selection will be made from the top merit ranked candidates in each category. The candidate will have to pass both in Phase I & II separately. Phase I & Phase II marks will be aggregated and arranged in descending order (category wise) for candidates who have qualified in both the phases separately and depending on the vacancies, selection will be made from the top merit ranked candidates in each category.
Results of the candidates who have qualified for Phase I and thereafter the list of candidates finally selected will be available on the Bank's website in addition to publication in Employment News/ Rozgar Samachar.


Application Fee : Rs. 500/- (Rs. 50/-for SC/ ST/ PWD). Candidates are required fees can be deposited between 01.02.2010 and 28.02.2010 in any branch of State Bank of India.

How to Apply :
Apply online only at SBI Website from 01/02/2010 to 02/03/2010.

Important Dates :
Online Registration will start from : 01/02/2010
Last date for Registration of On-line Application : 02/03/2010
Start Date for Fee deposit : 01/02/2010
Last Date for Fee deposit : 28/02/2010
Last Date for Reprint : 15/03/2010

Details Here

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