IIFT Admissions 2010 | MBA (International Business) | Indian Institute of Foreign Trade

IIFT Admissions 2010 | MBA (International Business) | Indian Institute of Foreign Trade

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) , a prestigious B-School in India announced admission notification for 2010. IIFT is conducting MBA (International Business) for working executives who have minimum three years of experience at managerial level.

Duration of the course: 3 years

Eligibility:
There is no age limitation to join this course. Candidates should have any Graduation from a recognized university / institute. 
Candidates will be selected based on their performance in Written Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

Address to send forms: Indian Institute of Foreign Trade , IIFT Bhawan, B-21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi.
Last date for issue and receipt of application forms: 12/04/2010
Application process, mode of teaching and other details available athttp://www.iift.edu/

Osmania University | P.G.Diploma Admissions 2010 | Healthcare, MT, Emergency Care and Allied Courses

Osmania University | P.G.Diploma Admissions 2010 | Healthcare, MT, Emergency Care and Allied Courses

Osmania University (OU), Hyderabad is offering job-oriented PG Diploma Courses in Healthcare related fields. All the courses are of 1 year duration and candidates will be trained with focus on relevant industry experience. After the successful completion of courses, candidates will be given a paid internship for a period of six months.

Details of Diploma Courses on offer:

P.G. Diploma in Medical Informatics
P.G. Diploma in Physician Assistant
P.G. Diploma in Health Insurance and Billing
P.G. Diploma in Emergency Medical Care 
P.G. Diploma in Medical Transcription
Advanced Diploma in Emergency Care (This is offered by GVK EMRI and affiliated to OU)

Eligibility and other requirements:

* Candidates with any degree can apply for all the above courses, except PGD in Physician Assistant. Candidates with degree in Biology / Life Science only eligible for Physician Assistant Course. 

P.G. Diploma Courses to be announced soon….

PG Diploma in Healthcare Management: In collaboration with Dr. Reddy's Foundation, Hyderabad.
PG Diploma in Wellness Management : In collaboration with Apollo Hospitals Edu. & Res Foundation.
Several PG Diploma courses : In collaboration Innova Heart Institute-Hospital, Tarnaka, Hyderabad.
PG Diploma in several healthcare courses: In collaboration with Medwin Institute, Hyderabad.

Admission Notification 2010 for all the above courses will be issued by Osmania University very soon and can be updated on this space immediately….
For more details on OU Diploma courses, please seehttp://www.osmania.ac.in/

DA-IICT Admissions 2010 | Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology | B.Tech., M.Tech., M.Sc., M.Des., Ph.D. Notification

DA-IICT Admissions 2010 | Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology | B.Tech., M.Tech., M.Sc., M.Des., Ph.D. Notification

Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT), a premier corporate education and training institute announced notification for admission into following courses for the year 2010-11.

* B.Tech (Information and Communication Technology)
* M.Tech (Information and Communication Technology)
* M.Sc. (Information Technology)
* M.Sc. (Information and Communication Technology in Agriculture or allied disciplines)
* M.Des (Communication Design)
* Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy)

Financial Assistance: Candidates admitted in M.Tech. and Ph.D. courses will get fixed financial assistance per month from Rs.7500 to Rs. 25000. All other admitted candidates also eligible to get scholarships based on merit and merit-cum-means schemes.

Application procedure:
Candidates are encouraged to apply online through official website of DA-IICT.
Candidates shall avail application forms at selected Axis Bank branches.

Last date for receipt of filled-in applications: 05/05/2010
Eligibility, fee and scholarships details available at www.daiict.ac.in

SVU PGCET 2010 | OU PGCET 2010 | Latest Updates

This year onwards, all the universities in Andhra Pradesh are coming under the fold of three entrance tests. Srivekateswara, Andhra and Osmania Universities shall conduct PGCETs for admission into various PG courses in the universities comes under their purview. 


Andhra University has already issued AURPGCET - 2010 notification recently. Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati is most likely to announce admission notification SVURPGCET 2010 very soon. The SV University PGCET 2010 notification might be released early next week.

It is known from the sources that Osmania University shall take more time to finalise the OU PGCET schedule as the degree examinations are underway. OU PGCET 2010 notification will be released sometime around next month.

SVURPGCET 2010, OURPGCET 2010 notification details will be updated here very soon after official release of notifications.

AURPGCET - 2010 Notification
 

PGCET 2010 | Andhra University | AURPGCET 2010 Application Process | PG Admissions 2010

PGCET 2010 | Andhra University | AURPGCET 2010 Application Process | PG Admissions 2010

Andhra University has issued Admission Notification -2010 for entry into various Post Graduate courses in the Universities under it's purview. From this year, PG Entrance Tests will be conducted at the regional level for three regions in Andhra Pradesh. Candidates have to write only one PG Entrance to get a seat in the universities and affiliated colleges in that particular region.

Universities under AU Region through PGCET 2010:

* Acharya Nagarjuna University
* Adikavi Nannayya University
* Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University
* Krishna University

Course Details:
* M.A. (All Disciplines)
* M.Sc. (All Disciplines)
* M.Com. 
* MHRM
* 5 Year Integrated Courses 

Admissions without Entrance Test at AU:

* M.Tech (Some disciplines at AU)
* PG Diploma in English Studies at Nannayya University, Buddhist Studies at ANU, Behavioural Studies at ANU.
* M.Phil in Counseling Psychology

Application Process:

* Candidates shall get applications from 'The Convener, AURPGCET, Directorate of Admissions, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.'
* Candidates who have passed or going to appear for final year exams of degree can apply for AURPGCET 2010. 

Important Dates:
* Start of sale of applications: 18/03/2010
* Last date for receipt of filled in applications: 19/04/2010
* Last date with fine of Rs. 500: 30/04/2010
* Last date with fine of Rs.1000: 10/05/2010
* Tentative date of start of PGCET: 16/05/2010

For more details and availability of application forms for AURPGCET 2010, see http://www.andhrauniversity.info 

Manipal University | MBBS, Engineering(BE), Pharma Admissions 2010 | Apply Online

Manipal University, one of the oldest and premier deemed university issued admission notification for the courses MBBS, BDS, BE, B.Pharm., and Pharm D for the year 2010-11. Manipal University offers various scholarships and fee waivers for meritotious candidates. 

Last date for receipt of filled-in applications: 15/04/2010

Application Procedure:
* Eligible candidates shall apply online through Manipal University website.
* Applications also available at select branches of SBI and Post Offices.

Manipal University also offering Engineering, Health Sciences, Management, Media, Nursing, Hotel Management and other professional courses. 

Address: Director , Admissions, Manipal University, Manipal- 576104, Karnataka.
Contact No: 0820 - 2571978
Eligibility details and online application process available atwww.manipal.edu

EAMCET – 2010, EAMCET-2010 Schedule important dates for EAMCET -2010

EAMCET – 2010
EAMCET-2010 Schedule
i. Appearance of Notification : 15-02-2010
ii. Date of commencement of sale of applications : 22-02-2010
iii. Last date for Sale of applications : 15-04-2010
at all Head Post Offices, main branches of
Andhra Banks outlets and E-seva centres
iv. Sale of applications at Convener's Office, Hyd : From 16-04-2010
to 27-05-2010
v. Last date for receipt of applications : 03-04-2010
without fine:
vi. Last date for receipt of applications at : 09-04-2010
Convener's office only with fine of Rs. 500/-
vii. Last date for receipt of applications at : 15-04-2010
Convener's office only with fine of Rs. 1000/-
viii. Last date for receipt of application at : 10-05-2010
Convener's Office in person only
with fine of Rs. 5,000/-
ix. Last date for receipt of application at : 27-05-2010
Convener's Office in person only
with fine of Rs. 10,000/-
x. Issue of Hall-tickets : 30-04-2010
at all Regional Centres to 06-05-2010
(including holidays)
xi. Date of Examination: : 30-05-2010
xii. Time of Examination
Engineering 10.00AM to 1.00 PM
Agriculture and Medicine 2.30 PM to 5.30 PM

EAMCET, ICET, LAWCET, EdCET schedule for 2010

EAMCET, ICET, LAWCET, EdCET schedule for 2010

Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education has released schedule for all Common Entrance Tests to be conducted during 2010. 

EAMCET: 30th May (For Engineering, Medicine and Agri Sciences Admissions)
EDCET : 13th June (For B.Ed. admissions)
ECET : 24th May (For polytechnic admissions)
ICET : 26th May (For admission into MBA and MCA Courses)
PGECET : 4th June (For Engineering Post Graduate admissions)
LAWCET : 10th June (For B.L. and LLB admissions)
PGLCET : 10th June (For PG Law courses admissions)
PECET : 17th June

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IPL Cricket 2010 Schedule, Twenty20 Indian Premier League Dates, DLF IPL 2010 Fixtures, 2010 IPL Cricket Time Table, IPL 2010 Venues, Stadiums

Date Game No.IPL 2010 Teams IPL 2010 Venue

Fri, 12th March 20101Deccan Chargers vs Kolkata Knight RidersNavi Mumbai

Sat, 13th March 20102Mumbai Indians vs Rajasthan RoyalsMumbai
3Kings XI Punjab vs Delhi DaredevilsMohali

Sun, 14th March 20104Kolkata Knight Riders vs Royal Challengers Bangalore
Kolkata
5Chennai Super Kings vs Deccan Chargers
Chennai

Mon, 15th March 2010 6Rajasthan Royals vs Delhi DaredevilsAhmedabad

Tues, 16th March 2010 7Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kings XI PunjabBengaluru
8Kolkata Knight Riders vs Chennai Super KingsKolkata

Wed, 17th March 20109 Delhi Daredevils vs Mumbai IndiansDelhi

Thurs, 18th March 201010Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Rajasthan RoyalsBengaluru

Fri, 19th March 2010 11Delhi Daredevils vs Chennai Super KingsDelhi
12Deccan Chargers vs Kings XI PunjabCuttack

Sat, 20th March 2010 13Rajasthan Royals vs Kolkata Knight RidersAhmedabad
14Mumbai Indians vs Royal Challengers BangaloreMumbai

Sun, 21st March 2010 15Deccan Chargers vs Delhi Daredevils
Cuttack
16Chennai Super Kings vs Kings XI Punjab
Chennai

Mon, 22nd March 201017Mumbai Indians vs Kolkata Knight RidersMumbai

Tues, 23rd March 2010 18Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Chennai Super KingsBengaluru

Wed, 24th March 2010 19Kings XI Punjab vs Rajasthan RoyalsMohali

Thurs, 25th March 2010 20
Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings
Mumbai

Fri, 26th March 201021
Rajasthan Royals vs Deccan ChargersAhmedabad

Sat, 27th March 201022Kings XI Punjab vs Kolkata Knight Riders
Mohali
23Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Daredevils
Bengaluru

Sun, 28th March 201024Rajasthan Royals vs Chennai Super KingsAhmedabad
25Deccan Chargers vs Mumbai IndiansNavi Mumbai

Mon, 29th March 2010 26Delhi Daredevils vs Kolkata Knight RidersDelhi

Tues, 30th March 201027 Mumbai Indians vs Kings XI PunjabMumbai

Wed, 31st March 201028Chennai Super Kings vs Royal Challengers BangaloreChennai
29 Delhi Daredevils vs Rajasthan RoyalsDelhi

Thurs, 1st April 201030Kolkata Knight Riders vs Deccan ChargersKolkata

Fri, 2nd April 2010 31Kings XI Punjab vs Royal Challengers BangaloreMohali

Sat, 3rd April 2010 32Chennai Super Kings vs Rajasthan RoyalsChennai
33Mumbai Indians vs Deccan Chargers Mumbai

Sun, 4th April 201034Kolkata Knight Riders vs Kings XI Punjab
Kolkata
35Delhi Daredevils vs Royal Challengers Bangalore
Delhi

Mon, 5th April 201036Deccan Chargers vs Rajasthan RoyalsNagpur

Tues, 6th April 2010 37Chennai Super Kings vs Mumbai Indians
Chennai

Wed, 7th April 2010 38Rajasthan Royals vs Kings XI PunjabJaipur
39Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Daredevils Kolkata

Thurs, 8th April 201040
Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Deccan ChargersBengaluru

Fri, 9th April 201041Kings XI Punjab vs Mumbai IndiansMohali

Sat, 10th April 2010 42Deccan Chargers vs Chennai Super Kings
Nagpur
43Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kolkata Knight Riders
Bengaluru

Sun, 11th April 201044Delhi Daredevils vs Kings XI Punjab
Delhi
45Rajasthan Royals vs Mumbai Indians
Jaipur

Mon, 12th April 2010 46Deccan Chargers vs Royal Challengers BangaloreNagpur

Tues, 13th April 2010 47Mumbai Indians vs Delhi DaredevilsMumbai
48Chennai Super Kings vs Kolkata Knight RidersChennai

Wed, 14th April 201049 Rajasthan Royals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore
Jaipur

Thurs, 15th April 201050Chennai Super Kings vs Delhi Daredevils
Chennai

Fri, 16th April 2010 51Kings XI Punjab vs Deccan Chargers
Dharamsala

Sat, 17th April 2010 52Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai IndiansBengaluru
53Kolkata Knight Riders vs Rajasthan Royals Kolkata

Sun, 18th April 201054 Kings XI Punjab vs Chennai Super Kings
Dharamsala
55Delhi Daredevils vs Deccan Chargers
Delhi

Mon, 19th April 201056Kolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai IndiansKolkata

Wed, 21st April 2010 57SF1Bengaluru

Thurs, 22nd April 201058SF2Bengaluru

Sat, 24th April 2010593rd PlaceNavi Mumbai

Sun, 25th April 201060 FINALNavi Mumbai

English is our 2nd language

English is our 2nd language


courtesy  :TIMES INSIGHT GROUP


   More Indians speak English than any language, with the sole exception of Hindi. What's more, English speakers in India outnumber those in all of Europe, barring the United Kingdom. Not just that, India's legion of the English-speaking is also more than twice as large as the population of the UK.
   These facts emerge from an analysis of census 2001 data on bilingualism and trilingualism in India that has been released recently. The data also revealed Indians' prowess for speaking many languages. As many as 255 million Indians speak at least two languages and 87.5 million speak three or more languages. In other words, about a quarter of the population speaks more than one language. While English was the primary language for barely 2.3 lakh Indians at the time of the census, more than 86 million listed it as their second language and another 39 million as their third language, taking the total number of English speakers in India at the time to over 125 million.
   The only language that had a larger number of speakers was Hindi with 551.4 million, consisting of 422 million for whom it was the primary tongue, 98.2 million for whom Hindi was the second language and 31.2 million who listed it as their third language. Bengali, which was the second largest Indian language in terms of primary speakers, falls to a distant third. Including those who spoke Bengali as their first, second or third language gives a number of 91.1 million, comfortably behind English. Telugu with 85 million speakers and Marathi with 84.2 million retain their position behind Bengali as does Tamil with 66.7 million and Urdu with 59 million.

14 cr rural Indians are bilingual


   Gujarati language now falls behind Kannada though in terms of primary speakers of the language it had a sizeable lead with 46.1 million compared to Kannada's 37.9 million.
   The linguistic variety of Karnataka means that there are many who have other languages as their first language, but Kannada as a second language. This adds 11.5 million to the ranks of Kannada speakers and another 1.4 million use it as a third language. In total, therefore, Kannada had 50.8 million speaking the tongue in 2001 compared to Gujarati's 50.3 million.
   These facts emerge from an analysis of census 2001 data on bilingualism and trilingualism in India. The data also revealed Indians' prowess for speaking many languages. As many as 255 million Indians speak at least two languages and 87.5 million speak three or more languages. In other words, about a quarter of the population speaks more than one language.
   Similarly, Oriya overtakes Malayalam, thanks to the 3.3 million people who listed it as their second language and 3.2 lakh who said it was their third language. Thus the total number of Oriya speakers was 36.6 million against 33.8 million Malayalam speakers. Punjabi with 31.4 million speakers and Assamese with 18.9 million are also among the most spoken languages in India. Unfortunately, the census asked people to list only up to three languages, so the numbers of those who speak more than three languages are not known.
   As you would expect, urban Indians are much more likely to be multi-lingual than those in the rural areas. But that's not to say village folk are completely unilingual. As many as 136.7 million rural Indians speak at least two languages and 40.4 million speak at least three, meaning about onefifth speak more than one language. In urban India, 118.4 million speak at least two languages and 47.1 million speak three. That means about 45% of those who live in cities can speak more than one language.
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