Anna University: Time Table For March, April, May Degree Examinations; Check here

Anna university has released the time table for the candidates admitted in Anna University and the candidates who were waiting for the time table can check the time table now. Anna University has released time tables of the examinations for various courses conducted by the university in the different streams including of university departments, affiliated colleges, distance education.

Anna University Time Table For March, April, May Degree Examinations: How To Check

Anna University: Time Table For March, April, May Degree Examinations; Check hereThe candidates can check the time tables for the examinations of various courses offered in the Anna University through these steps:

Step One:

Go to the official website of Anna University

Step Two:

Click on the various, streams like, University Departments, Affiliated Colleges and Distance Education given in the News section in the home page

Step Three:

Check the time tables given there

Anna University has earlier declared the revaluation results online. The results have been announced at the COE portal. Candidates can check their online at the official portal of the University. Alternatively candidates can also check the result at aucoe.annauniv.edu.

MHT CET 2017: Registration open, exam on May 11

The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Cell has released the the official notice the MHT CET exam 2017. It announced that the exam would be conducted on May 11, 2017. The online registration has begun. Interested candidates can apply from the official website.

mht cet, MHT CET 2017, dtemaharashtra.gov.in, Maharashtra CET, mh cet official notification, mh cet for mba, mh cet mba 2017, CET 2017 application, CET exam 2017, CET exam, Engineering entrance, entrance exam, engineering admissions, Maharashtra admissions, maharashtra entrance exam, education news, Indian express news

The MHT CET exam is conducted to admit candidates to the full time undergraduate degree courses in Engineering/ Technology (BE/BTech) and Pharmacy (BPharm/Pharm D) in various recognised institutions in Maharashtra. The paper will be conducted in three parts. Paper I will contain questions on Mathematics, paper II on Physics and Chemistry and paper III on Biology.

Eligibility:

– You should be an Indian National.

– You should have passed HSC or an equivalent (class 12) examination.

– You should have passed the class 12 exam with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects.

– There is no age limit.

Important dates:

Registration and application process- February 14- March 30, 2017
Admit cards available from- April 24- May 11, 2017
Date of MHT CET 2017 exam- May 11, 2017
Declaration of results- On or before June 4, 2017

Steps to apply:

– Go to the official Maharashtra Common Entrance Test Cell website (dtemaharashtra.gov.in).

– Click on “MHT CET” under the “Degree Programmes” menu.

– Under the “Important links” menu, click on “Apply online”.

– Read the instructions carefully and click on “Apply now”.

– Fill in the details in the fields provided and click on “submit”.

– Save a copy of your application form and take a print out of the same for further reference

East Delhi Municipal Corporation to lease out its schools to private coaching institutes

 

East Delhi Municipal Corporation to lease out its schools to private coaching institutes

New Delhi: Cash-strapped East Delhi Municipal Corporation is planning to lease out its schools to a few private coaching institutes, with a dual aim of boosting access to education for poor children and augmenting its revenues.

“This project would be based on a public-private- partnership model where we have earmarked about 200 schools spread over 10 Assembly constituencies in the area.

“10 centres, one from each constituency would be tried on a pilot-basis first and then we would expand it,” East Delhi Mayor Satya Sharma told PTI.
About 2.5 lakh students go to 398 school under the EDMC, she said, under this project “morning (regular) schools would be covered”.

“The idea is to utilise the classroom lying closed after morning timings, so that in the evening the same could be used to impart education to other children, among other students.”51 per cent of the students admitted would be from below poverty line (BPL) section of the society who would get free education.

“Our policy aims to use the PPP model to provide education to these underprivileged children and at the same time boost our revenues as we are reeling under a financial loss,” Chairman of Standing Committee of EDMC Jitender Chaudhary said.

The Mayor said the proposal has been approved by the standing committee and it is slated to be tabled in EDMC House meeting on Monday.

“After the House okays it, we would begin work on it and it would take at least one month before we marshall all our resources together and get staff and teachers on board,” she said.

Chaudhary said the civic body is also seeking to “hire retired teachers to serve in such schools. The space would be used by private coaching institutes but we would carry the ultimate authority. They would be run as schools and not typical coaching centres.”

“We are promoting education and so poor children would not be charged any fee, but bags and uniform they would not be free,” Sharma said.

The Laws and the Usage Norms of Supplemental HGH

The laws for HGH are not the same in all parts of the world. The supplement can be used in certain countries legally without the prescription. The full form of rHGH stands for Recombinant human growth hormone. This hormone is required for treatment reasons in several scenarios. The hormone is the apt solution in case of several health adversities. You have the growth hormones being produced by the human body. The hormone is naturally produced by the pituitary gland. In certain cases there is insufficient supply of the growth hormones and this can affect the human stature and the rate of cellular production.

Related image

 

Identity of HGH

The hormonal action improved the height growth and for the right usage of the same the hormone is at times extracted from the source of the pituitary gland. In the present day the formation of the growth hormone happens through the recombination of the DNA technology. You get the solution under various brand identities. You have the option to buy HGH online. The drug is widely available on net. It is only that the source has to be the trusted one. An authentic HGH source will certify the quality and the standard of the supplement being sold.

Usage of the HGH Pills

The HGH pills are commonly used by the adult section of the population. The pills are used mainly for the reason of muscle enhancement and muscle conditioning. HGH is a good solution for the reason of bodybuilding and the same is used as the popular anti-aging agent. HGH intake encourages muscle growth and it comes with better positive effects. HGH is a potent pill and it comes with several growth factors and it even consists of the L-amino acids to help in the legitimate increase and maintenance of the HGH levels in human body. The wise usage of the supplement is sure to benefit the human health in the long run.

rHGH Therapy for You

You even have the common and trusted concept of rHGH Therapy. This therapy is used in case of children who are suffering from certain deficiencies. rHGH is required for growth spurts and it can even cause improved motor development in humans. The supplement reduces body fat ratios and there is also increase in the amount of muscle strength. The physicians are of the opinion that when HGH is injected within the human body it can lead to several negative effects. In this case the dosage and the injection should be monitored by the experienced doctor.

Determining HGH Dosage

Correct HGH dosage improved the height growth. The supplement is effective for the paediatric patients and even for the elderly and the adults. However, excess presence of HGH in the human body can lead to adverse effects and one is made to suffer from the condition of acromegaly. In case, HGH is used as part of the children therapy the same should be safely used and closely monitored for a safe effect on the human health. In case of negative effects the dosage of HGH need to be rightly adjusted.

NCERT seeks Institute of National Importance status from govt

NEW DELHI: The HRD ministry is considering a demand of the National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT) for granting it ‘Institute of National Importance’ status so that it can confer degrees and start a range of courses on teaching.

Speaking at the the 56th Foundation Day of the organisation, where Minister of State for HRD Upendra Kushwaha was present, NCERT Director Hrushikesh Senapaty said that “its regional institute were affiliated to different state universities which created difficulties.”

Citing an instance, he said that one of the regional institutes under NCERT could not introduce semester system because it was not in line with the norms of the University it was affiliated to.

Senapaty said that NCERT has recently sent a proposal to the HRD ministry seeking granting of Institution of National Importance status so that it can confer degrees and start a range of innovative courses.

Speaking after Senapaty, Kushwaha promised that the HRD ministry would look into the issue of providing degree granting powers and try to resolve the problems.

Premiere institutes like IITs and IISc etc have been granted ‘Institute of National Importance’ status by Acts of Parliament which allows them to confer degrees.

The NCERT chief also sought that there should be one Regional Institute of Education in every state to meet the needs of quality in teachers’ training.

Later, Senapaty told reporters that NCERT can run a variety of specialised programmes ranging from education technology to textbook and curriculum designing to teaching special children but finds it difficult under the present framework.

“All our institutes are affiliated to state universities and have to run programmes only as per their guidelines. Therefore often we are not in a position to run innovative programmes,” he said.

Senapaty said that a committee headed by Govardhan Mehta had recommended ‘Institute of National Importance status’ for NCERT and after approval of the Executive Council, a proposal was submitted to the HRD ministry a couple of months back.

Open University staff to strike over job cuts and centre closures

Open University (OU) staff have voted to strike over up to 500 job losses and the closure of seven offices.

Regional centres in Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Gateshead, Leeds, London and Oxford are to shut.

Members may also strike at OU offices in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Milton Keynes, Manchester and Nottingham.

The University and College Union (UCU), said managers were alone in thinking the plans were a good idea. The OU said it was disappointed over the vote.

It said it wanted to work with union members constructively.

‘Mandate for action’

A spokesman for the Milton Keynes-based university, said: “We do not believe industrial action will lead to anything positive, either for our staff or students.

“The proposals to replace seven smaller support centres in England with three larger centres would allow us to invest more in student support.”

UCU branch members will meet next week to decide when the strike will take place and how long they would walk out.

A spokesman also said the meeting would decide if all OU branches would walk out or whether it would be confined to those due to close.

Pauline Collins, of the UCU, said: “The only people who still seem to think that axing 500 jobs and closing down seven regional Open University centres is a good idea are the senior managers.

“The academic body at the university rejected the plans at its senate meeting and now the staff have given an overwhelming mandate for strike action for the first time in its history.

“We hope managers will now see sense and work with us to deliver changes that will not be so devastating for the staff, students or future of the Open University.”

Robotics workshop by IIT Kharagpur students

Kshitij is the annual techno-management fest of IIT Kharagpur. Since its inception in 2004, Kshitij has grown exponentially to become Asia’s largest techno-management fest.

Its magnitude can be understood by its last year’s huge prize money which was worth more than rupees 65 Lakhs and the total participation of more than 65000 students from 1400 colleges of India. The kind of impact Kshitij has created is evident from the patronage it has gained by UNESCO, SAYEN and CEE.

The complete fest, in short, comprises of events, guest lectures, workshops and exhibitions. Every year Kshitij bestows its opulence filled with immense knowledge, great opportunities, experiences and lots of fun on masses of students coming all the way from different places. The team Kshitij organizes workshops in the major cities of India and has a wonderful track record of successfully organising robotics workshop in Kolkata every year.

Last year’s workshop had seen the presence of over 1,200 participants and the count for this year is expected to surpass it.

The workshop is aimed towards learning and applying the intricacies in the world of robotics. The workshop will not only introduce the students to the world of robotics but will also help them take the cardinal step in this field of technology.

The workshop is scheduled on November, 8 between 9:30 am and 1 pm at Vidya Mandir Auditorium, Kolkata.

JNTU ultimatum to colleges to pay fee before semester exams


HYDERABAD: Authorities at the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) on Monday asked representatives of 100 colleges to pay one-fourth of the Rs 40 crore dues in common service fee before the semester exams begin on November 9.

In case the amount is not paid, JNTU officials made it clear that customised answer-sheets and other stationary would not be given to colleges. Such a scenario could directly impact 45,000 students.

“We have asked the colleges to pay minimum of 15% of pending dues in order to get stationary for the semester exams. Even the university needs money to issue stationary to the colleges,” N Yadaiah, registrar of JNTU told TOI. “The dues have been pending for the past three years,” he added.

After deliberations by college managements and the university, answer sheets and other stationary for the practical exams were later issued on Monday to the colleges. Meanwhile, in the meeting held between members of Private Engineering Colleges Association (PECA) and the university officials, the latter was told that many colleges were not in a position to pay the amount.

“On this issue, the university has asked us to submit a list of such colleges who are not in a position to pay even one-fourth of the pending dues. Later, the university will take a decision on the issuance of stationary to them,” said Gowtham Rao, president of PECA.

While colleges blame the Telangana government for delay in fee reimbursement, the university claims that the colleges have spent the amount on paying the salaries and other expenses. “As per GO 78 issued in 2013, the common service fee was delinked with the fee reimbursement scheme. The colleges have been collecting this amount from the students and not submitting the amount to us,” said Yadaiah.

However, private engineering colleges maintain their stance and say that the amount was never collected from the students. “Until 2011, students received Rs 4,500 in the first year and Rs 2,500 from second year onwards. This amount was paid by us to the university. From 2012, the government stopped giving this amount so even the colleges stopped paying the university,” said Syed Jamshed, secretary of Syed Hashim College of Science and Technology, Gajwel.

ISM faces school students’ wrath

DHANBAD: Students and teachers of Indian School of Learning (ISL) in Jharia blocked the link road to NH-2 for four hours on Monday morning in protest against the Indian School of Mines resorting to “unfair means” to vacate the place.

More than 1,400 students from classes I to XII were seen standing on the road, which connects Dhanbad with the national highway, with placards at 7.30am. The school administration alleged that the elite institute has dumped heaps of garbage, which include broken furniture and other scraps, in front of the school’s main gate, making it difficult for the students as well as vehicles.

The lease period of the school, which is an annexure of Indian School of Learning in Jharia and was established in 1989, ended in November 2013. Indian School of Mines (ISM) has been serving notices to the school for the last two years asking it to vacate the area. Though ISL moved court, it lost the legal battle against ISM and gave an affidavit that the school would be shifted by March 31, 2016.

“We have already agreed to vacate the place, but we don’t understand why ISM is using unfair means to harass us. Tons of scrap has been dumped at the main entrance of our school. This could cause accident. Guardians are not being able to park their vehicles and moreover the school vans and buses will face problems. At this point of the academic session, no school will admit the students and their future will be at stake” said principal Anil Kumar.

The road blockade continued till 11.30am and was not removed even after Dhanbad legislator Raj Sinha’s persuasion. Namrata Kumari, a Class XII student of the science section who was among the protesters on Monday, said, “We are preparing for our board exams and any disturbance will spoil our results.” The protest ended after sub-divisional magistrate Mahesh Santhalia assured that the garbage would be removed immediately.

Speaking on the issue, ISM registrar Col M K Singh said the garbage was not dumped there deliberately but it was “routine cleaning”. He said the college campus is being cleaned as a high-level team from Australia will visit on Tuesday. “The scrap is not blocking the gate, but if the school administration feels offended we will remove it from there,” Singh added.

Centre to fund 10 institutes for next 3-4 years to help them find a place among top 100 on global academic rankings

Centre to fund 10 institutes for next 3-4 years to help them find a place among top 100 on global academic rankings

NEW DELHI: The Centre will soon pick 10 higher education institutes with potential and provide them with substantial funding over the next four years so that Indian institutes can finally storm into the top 100 on global academic rankings like QS and Times like neighbours China and South Korea.

The human resource development (HRD) ministry has drawn up a list of 8-10 institutes of high academic standing that are currently among the top 500 institutes in global academic rankings and have the potential to perform much better. These 10 institutes, it is proposed, will be granted funds — ranging fromRs 100-500 crore for the next 3-4 years so that they can create world class research infrastructure and laboratories. The end target is getting Indian institutes among global top 100.

Some of the top ranking IITs besides the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore are among the institutes identified so far for the fund boost. “Based on the rankings and performance of Indian institutes from 2013, 2014 and 2015, we have identified 8-10 institutes that are among the top 500 in the rankings and are consistently improving their performance over the years.

These are likely to include IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Madras, IIT Roorkee, IIT Guwahati and Indian Institute of Science and Bangalore. The idea is to incentivise institutes that perform well enough to compete at the global level. Institutes have sought funds around Rs 300-500 crore, the proposal is being examined to assess how much money can be granted,” a senior official from the HRD ministry told ETon condition of anonymity.

While there is not a single Indian institute among the top 100 or top 200 on international rankings but this year when IIT Delhi and IISc Bangalore finally registered their presence among top 200 on the QS rankings, neighbours China and South Korea have quite a few institutes among the top 50. Both countries apart from Singapore have invested considerably with funding and policy support to ensure a major quality upgrade in its higher education sector.

The Modi government has taken the cue and the Centre is preparing to pump in substantial funds in 10 top Indian institutes so that they can climb up the tally. The Smriti Irani-led ministry is moving the plan as a key part of its budget proposal. It is learnt that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also quite keen that a concerted effort be made to ensure the same. President Pranab Mukherjee has often lamented the dismal performance of our institutes in rankings year after year. This issue in fact is also set to come up for discussion at the visitor’s conference to be held next week at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Indian institutes, incidentally do not score well on the parameters where academic reputation of the institutes is measured through a global survey.