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Scholarship hunt for Indian Students (for UK)

April 29th, 2007

Airtel Scholar Hunt, Destination UK (“Program”) produced by New Delhi Television Limited (“NDTV”) aims at showcasing the United Kingdom and the participating Universities offering Scholarships as the preferred destination for Indian students for higher education. The Program is in the form of a reality contest through which school students, in India and who are resident in India and who meet the eligibility criteria may compete with each other for an award, by participating Universities, of a scholarship (“Scholarship”) in each of the following subjects for pursuing studies at the undergraduate level in the United Kingdom.

Check out details:

Scholarship-Hunt -Study UK

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Haryana PMT 2007 on June 10 for MBBS, BDS, BAMS Admission

April 29th, 2007

Haryana PMT 2007 on June 10

Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak invites applications for admission to MBBS/BDS/BAMS Courses being run in the Govt./Govt. Aided Colleges situated in the state of Haryana as per the following Schedule:

Last date of Receipt of Application Form: 21/5/2007

Date of Entrance Test – Haryana PMT 2007 = 10/6/2007 (2 to 5 PM) at Rohtak

details: Haryana PMT 2007

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Himachal HP CPMT 2007 on May 30

April 29th, 2007

An objective type (MCQ) Combined Pre-Medical Entrance Test (HP-CPMT-2007) for admission to MBBS/BDS 1st year course in various Medical and Dental Colleges in Himachal Pradesh for the session 2007-08 will be held on May 30, 2007 (Wednesdsay) at Shimla, Mandi, Dharamshala and Hamirpur Examination Centres for which the applications on the prescribed form from the eligible candidates are invited as available in the prospectus.

Last Date : for submitting forms : 7th May

HPCPMT 2007 on May 30, 2007
Details: HPCPMT 2007

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IIMs announce 2007 Admission Results

April 27th, 2007

IIM Lucknow became first IIM to announce the list of successful candidates. “We have posted the list of candidates to be admitted on the institute’s website and have also informed the students through email,” said Director of the IIM, Devi Singh.

IIM Ahemdabad which was first to raise the voice against HRD ministry’s directive to put admissions on hold put up an announcement about the admissions on its website. Its director Bakul Dholakia told HT that they have just received the communication and the broad announcement would be available on the website by Friday night.

The students will, however, be required to individually check whether they have got admission in IIM A by entering their CAT reference number. “The link for the students to check whether they have got admission will be available on the website by evening,” Dholakia said.

But, IIM Kolkatta is expected to take a day to notify the successful candidates. “We have got the communication from the ministry and are looking into it. Within a day the students will be informed,” he said. HRD ministry officials expected that by Monday all IIMs would finalise the admission process.


Source HT

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IITs and IIMs to carry on Admissions as per 2006-07 Rules

April 27th, 2007
The Central Govt. vide a press release has directed all Central Educatioal Institutes to carry out admissions on the basis of rules that existed during the academic session 2006-07 as per the policy of reservation prevailing for that session. The Press Note Says:

ADMISSION FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 2007 -08 IN CENTRAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS




This is further to our communications (No. F.14-40/2007-TS.H. dated the 5th April, 2007 and the 19th April, 2007). You (All Central Educational Institutions, as per list) are aware that the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has by an Interim Order of the 29th March, 2007 stayed the operation of the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act, 2006 so far as it relates to Section 6 thereof for the OBC Category; and the matter is now posted for hearing on the 8th May, 2007.

In the light of the above, the offer of admissions for the ensuing academic session in Central Educational Institutions shall, until further communication, be limited to the approved intake that existed during the academic session 2006-07 as per the policy of reservation prevailing for that session. It is further clarified that no offers of admission shall be made until further communication, in respect of seats that are proposed to be expanded during the ensuing academic session.

This issues with the approval of the Competent Authority.

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Cheers….

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AssoCET–2007 rescheduled for May 15th

April 23rd, 2007
Maharashtra - Common Entrance Test for admission in Private Medical
and Dental Colleges of Maharashtra was scheduled on 06th May 2007.
However CET for Armed Forces Medical College and Consortium of Private
Medical and Dental Colleges of Karnatka fall on the same day i.e. 6th
May 2007....Details ASSOCET-2007 Notification

Alert:
Educational Consultants Students & Parents are
lured to arrange admissions to Medical and Dental Colleges. AssoCET
admissions are given strictly on the basis of merit in the centralised
admission process.


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No OBC Quota This Year : Supreme Court

April 23rd, 2007

Govt has no data, quota stayed: SC

“We are of the view that the impugned notification and enforcing the reservation for OBCs in the educational institutions must be put on hold as the Government has failed to provide any authentic or reliable data to justify its policy of reservation”

— The Bench

The Supreme Court on Thursday stayed the 27 per cent reservation for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in elite educational institutions like IIMs and IITs. It added the Government’s decision to implement the quota system was full of flaws.

Supreme Court today rejected the Centre’s plea to vacate the stay on the implementation of 27 per cent OBC reservation in elite central educational institutions.

A Bench of Justice Arijit Pasayat and Justice L S Panta however said it would examine the Centre’s plea for referring the issue to a Constitution Bench.

The Bench gave the order after the Solicitor General G E Vahanvati made a forceful plea for vacating the stay while arguing that the Apex Court had no power to pass any final order on the subject.

The Solicitor General’s argument was that any final order on the matter can be passed only by a Constitution Bench and not by a two-judge Bench of the Apex Court.


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Institute of Hotel Management Aurangabad 2007 Admission Notice

April 23rd, 2007
B.A. (Hons.) in Hotel Management

The 4 Year B.A. (Hons.) degree from University of Huddersfield, UK,
which is equivalent to a degree in Hotel Management from any Indian
University. (also Recognised by All India Council for Technical
Education- AICTE).

We also Prepare students for specialization in Tourism & Event
Management as part of the B.A. (Hons.) in Hotel Management Degree, in
the second year.

BA (Hons) – Culinary Arts

4 Year B.A. (Hons.) degree from University of Huddersfield, UK .This
programme, specially designed by Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces,
prepares students for careers as chefs in restaurants, hotels and
commercial kitchens. The aim of the programme is to assist students in
examining culinary practices and relating them to modern trends.
Successful completion of the programme will culminate in a BA (Hons)
in Culinary Arts degree by the IHM–A and Taj.

Details – IHM Aurangabad 2007 Admissions

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Jammu University MBA Admissions

April 23rd, 2007
University of Jammu, Jammu
Admission Notice – MBA Program
Master of Business Administration Program

Applications are invited for Admission to the Two Year Full Time
Master Degree Programme in Business Administration (MBA) in The
Business School, University of Jammu and its Kathua/ Bhaderwah
Campuses commencing July/August, 2007.
Details Jammu University MBA Admissions 2007

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University of Jammu Law School – 5 Years Admission Notice

April 23rd, 2007
Application for admission to 5 years Law Course in the Law School,
University of Jammu for the academic Session 2007-08 are invited from
the candidates who have passed/appeared in 10+2 or equivalent
examination in any descipline of J&K; Board of Secondary Education or
an Examination of any other board/University recognized as equivalent
thereto, with not less than 45% marks (40% in case of Scheduled
Caste/Scheduled Tribe Candidates)….Complete details:
Jammu University Law Entrance Exam 2007

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