Osmania University Regular Degree Exams Schedule for 2012

Osmania University Regular Degree Exams Schedule for 2012

Osmania University, Hyderabad has announced annual examination schedule for BA, B.Com., B.Sc. courses for the year 2012. The schedule is for regular degree candidates only. All the candidates who are pursuing the regular and vocational courses such as B.A, B.A (Vocational), B.A (OUS), B.A (CDE), B.S.W, B.Com.(General), B.Com.(Computers), B.Com.(Honours), B.Com. (Vocational), B.Com (OUS), B.Com (CDE), B.Sc., B.Sc. Vocational) course of I,II, and III years and enrolled during the academic year 2011–2012 have to register for the Annual Examinations to be conducted in March and April 2012. Candidates have to submit the applications at their respective colleges. Following is the schedule for the examinations:

1) Last date for the payment of examination fee without late fee: 22-12-2011.
2) Last date for payment of examination fee with a late fee of Rs. 100: 29-12-2011

The exact dates for the commencement of the Annual Examinations with detailed time table will be announced later by OU. A separate notification in this regard will be issued soon after the declaration of the results of Supplementary Examinations (October / November 2011). Those candidates with backlogs also can register for UG Annual Examinations to be held in March and April 2012.

The Examination application forms for I and II year students of the academic year 2011-12 have to be submitted submitted online through college login. Hard copy of the same can be downloaded and submitted to the examination branch along with a photocopy of Qualifying Examination. The Examination application forms of III year course only can be obtained from the respective colleges OR from the Director, University Press and Publications, Osmania University, Hyderabad, on payment of the prescribed fee from 25-11-2011. Details of papers, fee for various years and number of papers, and college specific instruction are available on the OU website http://osmania.ac.in/.

EXAM SCHEME FOR SINGLE PAPER CSIR-UGC NET Exam

CSIR NET JRF Admit Card / Hall Tickets December Exam

University Grant Commission & Council for Scientific & Industrial Research Will Hold The NET Exam For Appointment Of Lecturers. Hall Tickets Are Sent To The Given Address Of Candidates. You Can Check More Information About The Exam At The Official Website Of CSIR. Candidates Can Download Their Admit Card From The Given Link: http://csirhrdg.res.in

CSIR-UGC (NET) EXAM FOR AWARD OF JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP AND ELIGIBILITY FOR LECTURERSHIP

 

EXAM SCHEME FOR SINGLE PAPER CSIR-UGC NET Exam

 

CSIR-UGC NET Exam for Science stream is conducted by CSIR in the following areas: -

and click on the following links for more details...

 

1.      Chemical Sciences

2.      Earth Sciences

3.      Life Sciences

4.      Mathematical Sciences

5.      Physical Sciences

 

The pattern for the Single Paper MCQ test shall be as given below:-

 

v  The MCQ test paper of each subject shall carry a maximum of 200 marks.

v  The exam shall be for duration of three hours.

v  The question paper shall be divided in three parts

 

Ø    Part 'A' shall be common to all subjects. This part shall be a test containing a maximum of 20 questions of General Science and Research Aptitude test. The candidates shall be required to answer any 15 questions of two marks each. The total marks allocated to this section shall be 30 out of 200

 

Ø    Part 'B' shall   contain subject-related conventional MCQs. The total marks allocated to this section shall be 70 out of 200. The maximum number of questions to be attempted shall be in the range of 20-35.

 

Ø    Part 'C' shall contain higher value questions that may test the candidate's knowledge of scientific concepts and/or application of the scientific concepts. The questions shall be of analytical nature where a candidate is expected to apply the scientific knowledge to arrive at the solution to the given scientific problem.  The total marks allocated to this section shall be 100 out of 200.

 

Ø     A negative marking for wrong answers, wherever required, shall be @ 25%

 

 
NB: In all the subject areas of the NET the actual number of questions asked and to be attempted in each section may vary from exam to exam.




source :http://csirhrdg.res.in/mcs_netexam_notice.htm
















ICAI CPT Admit Card / Hall Ticket Download

ICAI CPT Admit Card / Hall Ticket Download

CPT Written Test Will Hold At The Last week Of December. This Test Will Hold For Admission In Chartered Accountancy Course. If Any Candidate Have Problem To Download His/ Her AT Its Regional Offices Are Located At Delhi,Kanpur,Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai And It Has 118 Branch Offices Across The India. Candidates Can Download The Admit Cards / Hall Tickets At The Given Link.
Check The Admit Card: 

http://icai.nic.in/admit.php

New IITs and more Ph.Ds - IIT Reform Panel

New IITs and more Ph.Ds - IIT Reform Panel

Hyderabad, 24th November 2011: In a bid to reform the existing IIT JEE examination pattern and weightages, the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt. of India has set up and expert panel to prepare a roadmap. The move has been taken in the wake of various important reforms in IIT JEE suggested by the Anil Kakodkar headed panel of experts. The committee for implementation of IIT reforms also will be headed by Anil Kakodkar, former chairman of Atomic Energy Commission. 

The new committee will consist of following experts from IITs: Ashok Jhunjhunwala from IIT-Madras and also chairperson of standing committee of IITs; R K Shevgaonkar, director of IIT Delhi and Devang Khakhar, director of IIT-Bombay. Another director of IIT will be coopted later in the process. Kakodkar committee has submitted report with very clear recommendations to reform the IIT JEE, India's most popular and prestigious entrance examination for admission to Engineering courses in IITs. The academic issues raised by the Kakodkar committee will be collectively discussed and implemented by the IITs. The newly set up implementation committee is likely to act as an interface between the HRD ministry and IITs.

The Govt. of India is mulling to implement some of the minor recommendations in the coming six months. Suggestions such as change in the administrative and fee structure of IITs. There will be gradual changes in the issues of financial autonomy and administration. Many of the recommendations of the Kakodkar panel were accepted by IIT Council, which is a highest decision making body for issued concerning IITs. 
Most important suggestion of the Kakodkar Committee is related to rebranding IITs as primary research institutes. The committee recommended to ramp up Ph.D students from the present less than 1, 000 students to 10,000 by 2020-25. The number of IITs also should be increased to 20 from the present 15 by 2020-25. The Kakodkar Panel strongly recommended setting up of exclusive research parks at all IITs in the lines existing one at IIT-Madras. It also suggested to provide generous scholarships to all Post Graduate, Ph.D., MS and M.Tech candidates and also for reserved category and students from weaker sections of society for B.Tech courses.

Admit cards download for APPSC Junior Lectures (JL)

The APPSC Junior Lectures (JL) candidates can Download their hall tickets by entering their Name and Date of Birth.

The candidates who are already applied for Junior Lectures click on the below link to download hall tickets

APPSC Junior Lectures in Intermediate Education services (General Recruitment) 2011 Hall Tickets
http://website.apspsc.gov.in/search2011Hall789TickettestJrLecturersring.appsc

for more Details Log on to APPSC website : www.appsc.gov.in

ISRO Notification November 2011 for the Recruitment of Assistants and Junior Personal Assistants

ISRO Notification November 2011 for the Recruitment of Assistants and Junior Personal Assistants in ISRO



Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) a premier organization of the Department of Defence (DOD) has invited online applications from Indian Citizens for the Recruitment of Assistants and Junior Personal Assistants across several centers and units across India.The Recruitment is notified by the ISRO vide ADVT. No. ISRO HQ:ICRB:03:2011 dated 22.11.2011

Eligible and Interested candidates must send their Online Applications to ISRO after checking the Eligibility Criteria,Age Limit and other conditions from the Detailed Advertisement given at the end of this post.

Important Details for the Recruitment of Assistants and Junior Personal Assistants in ISRO:

Post No.1 Assistants: Age Limit : 26 years (as on 12.11.2011) Pay Scale: Rs. 5200-20200/- Plus Grade Pay Rs.2,400/-,Number of Vacancies: 324 posts, 

  • Educational Qualifications: Graduation in Arts/Commerce/ Management/ Science/ Computer Applications with First Class as declared by the University with Knowledge of Computers 

Post No.1 Junior Personal Assistants: Age Limit : 26 years (as on 12.11.2011) Pay Scale: Rs. 5200-20200/- Plus Grade Pay Rs.2,400/-,Number of Vacancies: 226 posts, 

  • Educational Qualifications: Graduation in Arts/Commerce/ Management/ Science/ Computer Applications with First Class as declared by the University with Knowledge of Computers OR Diploma in Commercial/Secretarial practice with First Class with one year experience as Steno-typist/ Stenographer AND A minimum speed of 80 w.p.m in English Stenography WITH Knowledge of Computers

Application Fee: An application fee of Rs 100 will have to be deposited in the SBI bank by using the Personalized Challan form that will be generated at the time of submitting Online Application.The Challan form that was generated has three parts viz Bank copy,ISRO Copy and Candidates copy.The candidates will then have to deposit the fees in their nearest SBI branch under account No.2034064593 before 15.12.2011.After depositing the fees,one copy of the Challan form is retained by the bank and the remaining two copies will be handed over to candidates.The candidates will then have to send the one part of Challan ie (ISRO`s copy) to the this address Sr. Administrative Officer (ICRB), ISRO Headquarters, Antariksh Bhavan, New BEL Road, Bangalore -560 231 by post superscribing on the envelope "ICRB - RECRUITMENT OF ASSISTANT AND JUNIOR PERSONAL ASSISTANT" with in the seven days of filling application and later than 22.12.2011.The candidates copy of the Challan form will be preserved by the candidates until the final selection.

Fee Exemption: There is no fee for women,SC/ST,PWD and Ex-Service man candidates subject to their submission of appropriate Category certificate (For details read advertisement at the end)

Procedure for Applying:  Interested and Eligible candidates for the post of Assistants and Personal Junior Assistants can apply Online at the Official Website of ISRO (www.isro.gov.in) between 22-11-2011 to 14-12-2011.Candidates must carefully fill the ISRO Online Application form by following the On Screen Instructions.After the submission of Online Form,the system will generate an On Line Registration Number that must be preserved for future reference.Candidates must have a valid Email Id in order to receive all the future updates from ISRO.

For Complete Details Candidates must read the Detailed Advertisement No.ISRO HQ:ICRB:03:2011 dated 22.11.2011 from the link given below:

IIT Hyderabad Certificate in Software Development 2011

IIT Hyderabad Certificate in Software Development 2011

Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad (IITH) is inviting applications for admission to Certificate Course on Foundations of Efficient Software Development offered through CSE Department of IIT Hyderabad. The course will commence from 17th December 2011 and will be completed by 24th December 2011. The main aim of the course is to cover some of the fundamental topics in computer science which can be useful in writing efficient software applications. Training will be imparted in the areas of data structures, algorithms and performance issues in dealing with large persistent data, typically stored in relational databases. Following are other details of the programme:

The course will mainly deal with basics in undergraduate curriculum along with several advanced data structures. It also involves hands-on implementation exercises. The course will also cover optimizing application interactions with database systems. This is an highly intensive 8 day theory and lab course. Fee for the course is Rs. 5000 for college teachers, and Rs. 10000 for candidates from public and government sector companies. Fee for candidates from private sector companies is Rs. 12000. The course fee includes one set of course material, accommodation in student hostel and boarding.

Registration details: Interested candidates can register for the programme through downloading the relevant form from the IITH website http://www.iith.ac.in/files/pdfs/Flyer-IITH-Brochure.pdf . Fees should be paid through Demand Draft for the requisite amount and should be drawn in favor of Registrar, IIT Hyderabad. Completed application forms along with the DD should be sent by post to Course Co-ordinator,
Prof. Ch. Sobhan Babu, CSE Department, IITHyderabad ODF Estate, Yeddumailaram Medak District, Andhra Pradesh - 502205. Last date for the receipt of applications is 10th December 2011. E-mail: cep_fesd@iith.ac.in .

VLSI DESIGNS ARE CLASSIFIED INTO THREE CATEGORIES

VLSI DESIGNS ARE CLASSIFIED INTO THREE CATEGORIES:  

  1. Analog: Small transistor count precision circuits such as Amplifiers, Data converters, filters, Phase Locked Loops, Sensors etc.

 

  1. ASICS or Application Specific Integrated Circuits: Progress in the fabrication of IC's has enabled us to create fast and powerful circuits in smaller and smaller devices. This also means that we can pack a lot more of functionality into the same area. The biggest application of this ability is found in the design of ASIC's. These are IC's that are created for specific purposes - each device is created to do a particular job, and do it well. The most common application area for this is DSP - signal filters, image compression, etc. To go to extremes, consider the fact that the digital wristwatch normally consists of a single IC doing all the time-keeping jobs as well as extra features like games, calendar, etc.

 

  1. SoC or Systems on a chip: These are highly complex mixed signal circuits (digital and analog all on the same chip). A network processor chip or a wireless radio chip is an example of an SoC. 

THE VLSI DESIGN PROCESS :digital design

A typical digital design flow is as follows: 


  • Specification
  • Architecture  
  • RTL Coding  
  • RTL Verification  
  • Synthesis
  • Backend
  • Tape Out to Foundry to get end product..a wafer with repeated number of identical Ics.

 

All modern digital designs start with a designer writing a hardware description of the IC (using HDL or Hardware Description Language) in Verilog/VHDL. A Verilog or VHDL program essentially describes the hardware (logic gates, Flip-Flops, counters etc) and the interconnect of the circuit blocks and the functionality. Various CAD tools are available to synthesize a circuit based on the HDL.  

Without going into details, we can say that the VHDL, can be called as the "C" of the VLSI industry. VHDL stands for "VHSIC Hardware Definition Language", where VHSIC stands for "Very High Speed Integrated Circuit". This languages is used to design the circuits at a high-level, in two ways. It can either be a behavioral description, which describes what the circuit is supposed to do, or a structural description, which describes what the circuit is made of. There are other languages for describing circuits, such as Verilog, which work in a similar fashion.

Both forms of description are then used to generate a very low-level description that actually spells out how all these are to be fabricated on the silicon chips. This will result in the manufacture of the intended IC.

Admissions-2011 for Sponsored Category at JNTUH for M.Tech, M.Pharmacy

Admissions - 2011 for Sponsored Category at JNTUH  for M.Tech, M.Pharmacy

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kukatpally (Hyderabad) is inviting applications for admission into M.Tech. / M.Pharmacy for the year 2011-12 under sponsored category. Both M.Tech and M.Pharmacy are full time programmes offered in constituent units of JNTUH. The admission is offered only for working people who have minimum two years of service as on 31st July 2011. Candidates working in Industry or Educational or Research Units or Sponsored by respective employers are eligible to apply. JNTU Hyderabad may relax service conditions if sufficient candidates are not available for admission. 

1) M.Tech.: Specializations available are Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, DSCE, Computer Science, Computers and Communication, Software Engineering and Information Technology, Biotechnology, Energy Systems, Environment, Nano - Technology, SIT, Water Resources, Chemical Engineering and Biochemical Engineering. Qualifications: Candidates should have B,Tech or BE in the concerned or relevant branch or its equivalent qualifications. 7 seats are available in each course. Fee is Rs. 50000 per semester.

2) M.Pharmacy: Specialisations offered are Pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Assurance and Pharmaceutics. Eligibility: Applicants should have qualified in B.Pharmacy. Sponsored category candidates are not eligible for MHRD or AICTE fellowships.

Counseling will be held on 25th and 26th of November 2011 for all the courses at the office of JNTUH, Kukatpally, Hyderabad. Candidates can download application form from JNTUH website at www.jntuh.ac.in . Completed application forms should be sent to 'Director, Admissions JNTUH, Kukatpally, Hyderabad' on or before 24th November 2011. JNTUH has clarified that hostel facility, scholarship and fee reimbursement and fee exemption are not applicable for these sponsored category seats. Candidates should produce valid GATE score card, PGECET 2011 score card, qualifying exam marks memo, TC and other relevant certificates.
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