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Rajasthan University to launch Integrated M.Sc Courses this year

The Central University of Rajasthan has decided to initiate two integrated M.Sc. courses for students passing out of senior secondary examinations this year.

Speaking to presspersons here, Vice – Chancellor M. M. Salukhe said it was a first of its kind concept in the State which would prove beneficial for students and offer them better job opportunities.

“We are starting an Integrated M.Sc ( Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Microbiology and Statistics ) and an Integrated M.Sc. B.Ed. ( Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Economics ). The first programme would be of duration of five years and the second of six years,” he told press persons here 25th April, 2013.

Students who have completed class 12 are eligible to take admission in the courses, he said.

“The special feature of the programmes is that in the first two years, students would be taught four subjects and in the third year they would pursue their studies in the subject in which they aspire to do the PG.

Also, from the second year itself, students would be taught subjects which would help them pursue a teaching career in various schools, colleges and universities,” he said, adding, that those planning to do a B.Ed would be given practical training in the sixth year of the programme.

He said an online entrance exam would be held on 18th May, 2013.

The convocation ceremony of the university, scheduled for 9th July, 2013, would have President Pranab Mukherjee as Chief Guest.

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RUHS Jaipur opens UG & Diploma Courses Admission

Rajasthan University of Health Sciences ( RUHS ), Jaipur invites application for Undergraduate Allied Health Sciences ( RCA AHS 2012 ) and Paramedical Diploma Courses commencing in the session 2012.

The UG Courses are offered in :

  • B.Sc ( Nursing )
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy ( BPT )
  • Bachelor of Occupational Therapy ( B.O.T )
  • Bachelor of Ophthalmic technology ( B.Oph.T )
  • Bachelor of Radiation Technology ( B.R.T )

The Diploma Courses are offered in :

  • Medical Lab Technology
  • ECG Technician
  • X – Ray Technician
  • Ophthalmic Technician

Eligibility :

  • Candidates should have a 17 years of age as on 31st December, 2012.
  • The Senior Secondary examination or the Indian School Certificate Examination, which is equivalent to 10+2 after a period of 12 years study, the last 2 years of study must comprise of Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Biotechnology with English as compulsory subject.

How to Apply :

Candidates are required to fill online application form which is available in the official website of

Important Date :

Last date for the submission of online application form is 31st July, 2012.

Contact Details :

The Registrar,
The Rajasthan University of Health Sciences,
Sector – 18, Kumbha Marg, Pratap Nagar,
Tonk Road, Jaipur.
Phone : 0141 – 2795501.

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Rajasthan University’s Second Cut Off List out 2012

Maharaja College and Rajasthan College under Rajasthan University’s umbrella declared their second cut off list on 30th June, 2012.

Mathematics and biology programs’ list is 4 – 5 percent down than the previous one. The first cut of list for Mathematics closed at 84.46 percent while the second list has lowered to 80.92 percent.

For biology, the cut off has fallen down to 68.8 percent, which was earlier 72.83 percent. A total of 640 seats for both Mathematics and Biology will be filled out of all the applications submitted. Reportedly, 5,000 forms have been submitted for 1,200 seats.

Category wise the cut off for biology is, 67.2 percent for Other Backward Classes ( OBC ), 63 percent for Schedule Caste ( SC ) and 61.6 percent for Schedule Tribe ( ST ). However, for Mathematics it is 80 percent for OBC, 72 percent for SC and 75 percent for ST.

The list for BA pass course has also been declared by Rajasthan University. General candidate qualifies at 76.8 percent while OBC, SC and ST can get admissions at 73.6, 70 and 74.2 percent respectively.

Maharaja College’s first cut off for the subject of Chemistry and second cut off for Physics will be out on 2nd July, 2012. University officials reported that there may be a third list too for some courses.

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Rajasthan University Colleges announce first Cutoff List 2012

The highly – anticipated first cutoff list of Rajasthan University’s constituent colleges – Maharani’s, Maharaja’s, Commerce and Rajasthan was finally out on 26th June, 2012. Much on the expected lines, the cutoff in different subjects in these colleges has seen a rise between 2% and 4%. Besides, 12% increase in number of applicants compared to previous year has made the competition tougher.

The highest cutoff is for BCom in Maharani’s College. It has touched an all – time high with 93.6% in the general category. “This is the highest cutoff for BCom course in any college in the state. It is presumably higher than many colleges of Delhi University,” said Anjali Krishnamurti, Principal of Maharani’s College.

In a similar manner, BSc pass course touched 90% followed by BA pass course that has cutoff at 80%, both in general category. Maharani’s College declared cutoff for 80% seats on 26th June, 2012 and the rest 20% seats will be declared in two lists later in the week. The college which has 2,300 seats has received over 12,000 admission forms. It has also received applications from Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

Commerce College, against the expected lines, saw a fall of 2% in the first cutoff list. It touched 86.2% against last year’s 88.31% in general category. The fall can be attributed to the average result of Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan. For SC candidates this year the cutoff list is 70% and for STs it is 68%.

Commerce College has 960 seats against 6,000 forms received. The college has also received applications from Delhi due to the high cutoff in Delhi colleges. “The high cutoff has been the trend for the past two years. The decline this year indicates that many students have moved to private colleges and other universities,” said RK Jat, former Principal of Commerce College.

Students rush to the college notice board as soon as the cut off marks list displayed hoping to see their name in the list.

Around 25 students have already deposited their fees. CM Sharma, principal of Commerce College said, “There will be two more cutoff lists which will be displayed on 29th June, 2012 and 30th June, 2012. This year the number of admissions seems to be less as compared to last year.”

When the second and third lists are announced the cutoff may decrease between 3% and 5%. “In many cases, students applied for both pass course and honours. It is most likely that few of them will not turn up for admission,” said Sharma.

The final list has been prepared by special software. SMSes have already been sent through the software to students whose names are included in the final list. The SMS reads – ‘Provisionally admitted in University Commerce College BCom Part I, deposit your fee till 29th July, 2012 positively’. “This facility will help students to complete all their formalities,” said Commerce College Principal.

Maharaja’s College too brought out the list for pass course with cutoff for general category in biology at 72.83%, almost the same as previous year. The cutoff for maths is 84.46% for general category. “Because of the rising number of engineering colleges the students have become less interested in pursuing BSc,” said the college’s principal. Maharaja’s College has 320 seats each for BSc in Biology and Maths. It has received close to 5,000 forms against 1,200 seats in all programmes.

Rajasthan College also registered a slight increase in the cutoff list for its BA pass course, which touched 78.20% in general category. The college will announce honours cutoff list soon.

Traditional Courses in demand again

The cutoff for graduation in humanities in Government College is 63.8% while for maths it is more than 72%. Traditional courses here are once again in demand after a gap of five years. Last year the cutoff for humanities was less than 55%. The interest in graduation courses increased among students just after the sixth pay commission.

“There are chances that the cutoff will decrease in the second list and I am waiting for that. I have filled forms in three colleges and will join as soon as I get a seat,” said Bhanwar Singh, a student.

College sources said that on the first day, about 30% of the students submitted their fees. “Last year we had to wait long for students and two years ago the condition was worse. That year many seats in humanities and science remained vacant,” said a college source.

The trend seems to be changing as many students now want government jobs rather than professional courses like MBA, etc.

According to sources in Government College, Ajmer last year there were hardly 10 forms against 67 seats in honours courses. However this year the number of forms has increased five times. “A good number of forms are being sold and girls are showing interest in this college,” said Chitra Arora, Principal of Government Girls’ College.

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Rajasthan Pre Medical Test 2012 Important Dates

Rajasthan Pre Medical Test ( RPMT ) is an entrance exam conducted by Rajasthan University of Health Sciences Jaipur for admission to under graduate medical courses in the state of Rajasthan.

The Important Dates for RPMT 2012 are as below :

Amiown Gurgaon
Amiown Delhi
Sector 27, Gurgaon,
Haryana - 122 002,
Phone No. : 99 - 711 - 33582,
Email : gurgaon@amiown.amity.edu,
Website : www.amiown.com.
Sector 7, Pushp Vihar,
New Delhi - 110 017,
Phone No. : 99 - 100 - 36580,
Email : delhi@amiown.amity.edu,
Website : www.amiown.com.
Amiown Noida
Amiown Vasundhara
Sector 44, Noida - 201 303,
Phone No. : 98 - 187 - 04663,
Email : noida@amiown.amity.edu,
Website : www.amiown.com.
Sector 6, Vasundhara,
Ghaziabad - 201 001,
Phone No. : 99 - 589 - 83600,
Email : vasundhara@amiown.amity.edu,
Website : www.amiown.com.


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