UPSC NDA / NA Entrance Exam 2017

UPSC NDA / NA Entrance Exam 2017 UPSC NDA  2017 Eligibility The candidates applying for the examination should ensure that they fulfil all the eligibility conditions for admission to the Examination. Their admission at all the stages of the examination will be purely provisional subject to satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. A candidate must either be : a citizen of India, or a subject of Bhutan, or a subject of Nepal, or a Tibetan refugee who came over to India before the 1st January, 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India, or a person of Indian origin who […]

44th Annual Concovation of Madurai Kamaraj University

44th Annual Concovation of Madurai Kamaraj University Madurai Kamaraj University. University with Potential for Excellence. The Registrar notifies that the candidates who have passed in November 2009 / April 2010 Examinations of the following Courses alone may download the applications for Annual Convocation – 2010 and the filled – in applications may be sent to the University to get their degree certificates at the ensuing Annual Convocation – 2010. D.Sc. / D.Litt. / Ph.D.   DDE candidates who have passed U.G. / P.G. / M.Phil. / Cert. / Dip. / P.G. Dip. courses in November 2009 / April 2010.   […]

Surya College of Engineering and Technology inks pact with Soongsil University

Surya College of Engineering and Technology inks pact with Soongsil University The Surya College of Engineering and Technology has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Soongsil University in Seoul, South Korea, for exchange of faculty members and students and undertaking joint research projects. The MoU was recently signed by P. Gauthama Sigamani, college chairman, and Insung Lee, vice – president of Soonsgil University, at the engineering college in Vikkiravandi near here. The pact will be valid for five years with a provision for its extension, according to a statement from the college.

Exclusive Portion on Classical Tamil from Second Semester

Exclusive Portion on Classical Tamil from Second Semester From the second semester onwards, the prose section in Tamil will have a portion exclusively dealing with classical Tamil, Higher Education Minister K. Ponmudy said on Wednesday. After discussing the modalities with Vice – Chancellors of arts and science colleges, he said “it has been decided to implement Classical Tamil as a subject in the prose section from this academic year. As it is already late this year, we will include the subject from the second semester onwards. From next academic year onwards, third and fourth semester will have both prose section […]

SRM University signs MoU with La Trobe University

SRM University signs MoU with La Trobe University SRM University, Kattankulathur, on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding with Australian university La Trobe for cooperation in civil, electrical and electronics and software engineering at the graduate and post – graduate level. Brian McGaw, Dean, Faculty of Science, Technology and Engineering of the Australian University signed the MoU and exchanged documents with N. Sethuraman, Registrar, SRM University and M. Ponnavaiko, Provost and Chief of Academics. Mr. McGaw said La Trobe had 27,000 students of whom 6,500 were overseas students. About 1,000 were from India, he said. He said the strengths of […]

Lendi Engineering Institute introduces Four E Plus Clubs

Lendi Engineering Institute introduces Four E Plus Clubs Carrying well – designed placards and showcasing the stream of their engineering study some 120 students of Lendi Institute of Engineering and Technology enthusiastically initiated the launch of The Hindu Education Plus Club (E – Plus Club) at the institute located at Jonnada, Vizianagaram district, on Thursday. This was the second college to start four clubs simultaneously, each containing 30 members. The clubs were formed by students from the departments of ECE, EEE, IT and CSE. Thrust Area Delivering the inaugural address, principal of the college V.V. Rama Reddy advised the students […]

National Seminar at Periyar Maniammai University

National Seminar at Periyar Maniammai University India is rich in traditional knowledge, particularly in the field of medicine, but that knowledge lacks scientific validation, said K.Kathiresan, Faculty of Marine Science, Annamalai University, here on Thursday. Inaugurating a national seminar on ‘Plants and human health – Genomera 2010’ at Periyar Maniammai University, Mr.Kathiresan said traditional knowledge of India should be documented and given scientific validation by the engineering students who study biotechnology. India is a land of medicinal plants. Our old texts indicated the presence of nearly 500 medicinal plants. At present there are 45,000 plant species in India. Indian Ayurveda […]

TNAU Vacancies to be Filled

TNAU Vacancies to be Filled The vacant posts of Project Assistants at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University will be filled on the basis of seniority in employment registration. Candidates should have passed B.Sc. Home Science. Age limit will be for SC and STs 40, MBC and BCs 35 and for general category 35. The vacant posts of Dark Room Assistants in Tamil Nadu Medical Corporation will be filled through Employment Exchange. Candidates should have passed Plus Two and Radiological Assistant course from any of the government recognised institutions. Age limit will be for SC and STs 40, MBC and BC 37 […]

Tamil University introduces Advanced Centre for Classical Languages

Tamil University introduces Advanced Centre for Classical Languages A first of its kind Advanced Centre for World Classical Languages has been established at the Tamil University here. The centre for the study and research of classical languages – Tamil, Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Chinese and Arabic – will be named after the Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi and called ‘Kalaignar Advanced Centre for World Classical Languages’. Close on the heels of the World Classical Tamil conference in Coimbatore, Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi will inaugurate the centre at the Tamil University campus on 27th July, 2010, said a release issued here on […]

Skill Progression Compulsory for Lecturers

Skill Progression Compulsory for Lecturers Experts and professors felt that upgradation of skills and knowledge for teaching faculty was a must throughout their career. While participating in the seminar “Recent Trends in Zoology” organised at Women’s Degree College on Thursday on the occasion of Gregor Johann Mendel, considered father of zoology, they said understanding the subject and latest trends would enable the lecturers to explain the lessons in a better way. Vice – Chancellor of Dr. B.R.Ambedkar University of Srikakulam S.V. Sudhakar, who was chief guest at the seminar, said various branches of zoology had developed into important subjects due […]