Alagappa University UG, PG, Diploma and M.Phil Exam Results declared
The Directorate of Distance Education of Alagappa University, Karaikudi, has published the results of examinations for the following courses conducted in May :
Undergraduate Courses :
B.Com.; B.Com ( Lateral Entry ); B.Com ( Computer Applications ); B.Com ( Computer Applications – Lateral Entry ); B.C.S; BBA ( Banking ); BBA ( Banking – Lateral Entry ); BBA ( Corporate Secretaryship ) and BBA ( Corporate Secretaryship – Lateral Entry )
Postgraduate Courses :
MBA ( semester and non – semester ); MBA ( Investment Management ); MBA ( Corporate Management ); MBA ( Corporate Secretaryship ); MBA ( Retail Management ); MBA ( Logistics Management ); MBA ( Technology Management ); MS ( Education Management ); MA ( Education Management ); M.Com ( Marketing ); M.Com ( Investment Management ); MFC; MCS; M.Sc ( Physics ) and M.Sc ( Botany ).
Certificate Courses and Diploma Courses :
Self – Help Group Management, Diploma in Corporate Secretaryship.
PG Diploma courses : Business Management, Hospital Management, Human Resource Management, Sports Management, Personnel Management and Industrial Relations, Yoga, Electro Plating and Information Technology Management.
M. Phil Courses :
According to a press release from K. Manimegala, Registrar ( In Charge ), the results are available in the university website. Students can apply for revaluation of answer scripts ( except M. Phil Courses ) in the format available at the website. Duly filled in applications for revaluation, along with a demand draft 400 per subject, should reach the Controller of Examinations within 15 days from the date of publication of results, according to K. Uthayasuriyan, Controller of Examinations ( In Charge )
Alagappa University Results Published
The results of examinations conducted for the following distance education courses held in December 2011 have been published and hosted in the university website www.alagappauniversity.ac.in
|1||Sale of Prospectus||12th March, 2012 to 12th April, 2012 ( Monday to Friday except government holidays )|
|2||Last date of submission ( In drop - in - box or by Post )||20th April, 2012 before 4:30 PM|
|3||Issue of Admit Card||18th June, 2012 ( onwards )|
|4||Issue of Duplicate Admit Card||20th and 21st July, 2012|
|5||Date of NEIGRIHMS MBBS Examination||22nd July, 2012 ( Sunday )|
|6||Results||On or Before 24th July, 2012|
|7||1st Counseling and Admission||27th July, 2012; 10 A.M. onwards|
|8||2nd Counseling and Admission ( if required )||17th August, 2012; 10 A.M. onwards|
|9||Commencement of Classes||1st August, 2012|
The students have been informed to apply for revaluation of answer scripts in the format, which could be downloaded from the website.
The filled in applications along with a DD for 400 /- ( Except M.Phil ) should reach the Controller of Examinations within 15 days from the date of publication of results, according to a press release from Dr. V. Manickavasagam, Controller of Examinations of Alagappa University.
DRDO crosses 1 lakh crore – mark in production value
The production value of weapons and systems developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) had crossed 1 lakh crore during the six years, said W. Selvamurthy, its Chief Controller.
Delivering the 23rd Convocation address of the Alagappa University in Karaikudi, in which the Minister for Higher Education K. Ponmudy distributed degrees to students and research scholars, he said during the last 50 years the DRDO had strived to develop a strong defence science & technology base in the country in producing a wide spectrum of strategic and non – strategic systems and technologies for the military requirement.
The Light Combat Aircraft (Tejas), main battle tank (Arjun), radars, electronic warfare, combat vehicles and others were among those developed by the DRDO and Defence Public Sector Units with the support of private sector industries. Most of them, which were developed by indigenous technologies, had been inducted into the armed forces.
Stating that there had been exponential growth in the field of space science and technology during the last two decades, Mr. Selvamurthy said the budget allocation for science and technology, which was just 1 per cent of the Gross Domestic Product, had to be augmented to 3 per cent.
Besides this, fiscal incentives and support needed to the private sector investment in S & T must be extended. International collaboration and joint ventures should be encouraged in the globalised world.
Knowledge super power
The country, which was seeking the help of developed nations to feed 30 crore people about 40 years ago, has almost achieved self reliance in food security for over 100 crore people through application of S & T in various fields. Moreover the world community had predicted that it was in an advantageous situation for becoming a knowledge super power.
A large number of human resource, innumerable educational institutions including higher learning institutes and productive age group would make the country super power sooner than later.
It would generate new knowledge, innovation for wealth generation and solving the problems of the society.
Mr. Selvamurthy however said that though the country had a large number of institutions, many of them were concerned about quantity rather quality. The quality of science faculty should be enhanced.
Listing out the progress made by the varsity, its Vice – Chancellor S. Sudalaimuthu said it had started the Department of Life Long Learning and a Centre of Fine Arts. It had planned to start Departments of Biomedical Sciences, Microbiology, Neurobiology, Energy Science and Photonics.
Minister for Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments K.R. Periakaruppan, Collector V. Sampath, K. Manimekalai, Registrar, V. Manickavasagam, Controller of Examinations and others took part.
Alagappa University to start a Centre for Fine Arts
Alagappa University, Karaikudi plans to start a Centre for Fine Arts from the next academic year onwards. It will offer certificate courses initially on various disciplines such as dance, music, sculptures, veena, violin and others.
S. Sudalaimuthu, Vice – Chancellor, told that the proposal had already been cleared by the Syndicate committee of the university.
The aim was not only to promote traditional music and cultural activities of the region, which had made an important contribution to the development of arts and culture of the State, but also to create employment opportunities for youngsters.
He said that there was a great demand for those possessing degrees or certificates related to fine arts in Malaysia, Singapore, Canada and the United States of America. Temples, music sabhas, music colleges and others in far East Asian and western countries were among those offering jobs.
Mr. Sudalaimuthu added that the preparation of syllabus and other formalities had already been initiated. All preliminary works were done for starting the courses.
Though it had planned to offer certificate courses in the beginning, it would explore the possibilities of offering diploma courses in the near future.
He had got an indication from the University Grant Commission that it might extend support for offering fine arts courses. If the plan was successful, it would introduce Bachelor of Fine Arts degree very soon.
The inauguration might be held in February in which Bharatanatyam exponent Padma Subramaniam, Kundrakudi Adigalar and Pitchai Gurukkal would be invited.