26 Oct 2017

NIFT Fashion Designing Courses Admissions 2018

NIFT Fashion Designing Courses Admissions 2018

NIFT Fashion Designing Courses Admissions 2018   NIFT Fashion Designing Courses Admissions 2018

Fashion Technology / Fashion Designing Courses:-

Programmes Offered;-

  • B.Des.(Fashion Design)
  • B.Des.(Leather Design)
  • B.Des.(Accessory Design)
  • B.Des.(Textile Design)
  • B.Des.(Knitwear Design)
  • B.Des.(Fashion Communication)
  • B.FTech.(Apparel Production)

   Qualifications:- Any 10+2 / Inter pass

  • M.Des.(Master of Design)
  • M.F.M.(Master of Fashion Management)
  • M.FTech.(Master of Fashion Technology)

    Qualifications:- Any DEGREE or BTech

NIFT Campuses;-

    Bengaluru.   Bhopal.   Bhubaneswar.   Chennai.   Gandhinagar.   Hyderabad.   Jodhpur.   Kangra.   Kannur.   Kolkata.   Mumbai.   New Delhi.   Patna. Raebareli.  Shillong.   Srinagar

Reservations applicable to;- SC. ST. OBC. PH  NRI's.

HOW  TO  APPLY for NIFT Fashion Designing Courses Admissions 2018:-


Candidates  can apply online at  www.nift.ac.in or https://admission.net/nift2018.
Guidelines for applying online may be referred for the purpose.  The prospectus is available at NIFT website  www.nift.ac.in  free of cost.  The application fee has to be paid through online payment gateway or through Bank Draft  issued in favour of “NIFT HO” payable at New Delhi. Non-Refundable Fee for General/OBC (Non-Creamy)  Category:  Rs.1500/-  through payment gateway or Demand Draft. Non-Refundable  Fee for SC/ ST/ PWD Category:Rs.750/-   through payment gateway or Demand Draft. Mode of Payment: Credit Cards/Debit Cards and Demand Draft (A) Credit Cards /Debit Cards Payments  of  application  fee  (Rs.1500/-  or Rs.750/-) can be made through credit cards / debit cards as explained above. The bank and /  or  transaction  charges  on  the  application fee will be borne by the candidate. Candidates are advised to apply on time.
(B) Demand Draft Payment of application fee (Rs 1500/-in case of  GEN/OBC  (Non-Creamy)  candidates  and  Rs 750/- in case of SC/ST/PWD- candidates) 59 can be made through Bank Demand Draft as explained above. The Demand Draft should be issued in favour of “NIFT HO”, payable at New Delhi. The details of the Demand Draft are  to  be  filled  in  the  online  application 
Candidates  are advised to check the following details carefully before sendingthe Demand Draft DD made in favour of “NIFT HO”,
• Amount of Demand Draft as applicable i.e.
Rs 1500/- in case of GEN/OBC (Non-Creamy) candidates  and  Rs.750/-  in  case  of  SC/ST/
PWD candidates
• Name, Date, Amount & Signature of the issuing authority on the Demand Draft.
Candidates    applying    through    Demand  Draft  are  required  to  send  the  printout  of 
the Application Form, duly completed in all respects,  along  with  Demand  Draft  on  the  following address:-

Project Manager
All   India   Management   Association  
Management House, 14, Institutional Area,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003

The duly filled form should reach the above address on time. Incomplete forms or forms received   late   will   not   be   accepted.   The Institute does not take any responsibility for delay or loss of forms or correspondence in postal transit or by courier. Candidates are
advised  to  keep  the  copy  of  printout  and Demand Draft for future reference.

Candidates  are  advised  to  keep  a  print out  /  photocopy  of  Application  Form  for 
further   reference   along   with   proof   of payment.

A  Paper  Based  Test  (PBT)  for  all  UG  and PG Programmes will be conducted on 21st January, 2018 at 32 cities.

The candidate may select only ONE city for the  examination  on  21st  January,  2018.  No request  for  change  in  examination  center 
will be entertained at any stage.

12 Hyderabad
17Kannur (Kerala)
24 Pune
27 Surat
32Srinagar (J&K)

Please  note  that  NIFT  reserves  the  right to cancel any of the Examination Centres mentioned above. In such a case, an alternate  centre,  which  is  locationally  and administratively convenient, will be allotted.
Candidates may e-mail: nift@applyadmission.net
admissions@nift.ac.in  for related queries.

On  the  basis  of  information  given  in  the  NIFT  Application  Forms,  Admit  Cards  of  provisionally   eligible   candidates   will   be available  for  download  from  www.nift.ac.in  or https://admission.net/nift2018 from 9th January, 2018 onwards. Admit cards will not be  sent  by  post.  Candidates  are  advised  to regularly check NIFT website for updates.

Admission Calendar- 2018
Online Registration:- 20th October, 2017
Last date for Online Registration;- 29th December, 2017
Last date for online registration with late fee of Rs.5000/- (in addition to the applicable application fee) through Credit/Debit Card only. In case of De-
mand Draft, the print out of the application alongwith DD should reach the given address before 02nd Janu-ary, 2018 / 02nd January, 2018

Window to edit / update the Application Form:- From 30th December, 2017 Saturday (12:00 hrs)  till 2nd January, 2018 Tuesday (16:00 hrs)
Admit Card (Online only):- 9th  January, 2018
Written Entrance Examination for all UG & PG Pro-grammes;- 21st January, 2018
Result of Written Entrance Examination:- February/March, 2018
Situation Test / Group Discussion / Interview;- April – May, 2018
Declaration of Final Result (Online):- End of May / June, 2018
Counselling End of May /June 2018 Onwards

Note: Admit Cards, Results and Counselling Schedule will be available on NIFT’s website only. No separate communication will be sent by post.
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4 Sep 2017

Short Term Software Courses -Govt of India

Short Term Software Courses -Govt of India

Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology - Government of India

राष्ट्रीय इलेक्ट्रॉनिकी एवं सूचना प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान
National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology - NIEIT

Short Term Software Courses -Govt of India

::Short Term Courses in Software::

S.No     Courses Name                                                    Course Duration:-
1 Certificate Course in Office Automation and Soft Skills     Duration:-80 hrs
2. Certificate Course in Soft Skills and Communicative English  Duration:-80 hrs
3. Certificate Course in Web Designing  Duration:-80 hrs
4. Certificate Course in Advanced Development using PHP   Duration:-80 hrs
5. Certificate course in Desktop Publishing   Duration:-80 hrs
6. Certificate Course in Financial Accounting using Tally  Duration:-80 hrs
7. Certificate Course in Information Security & Cyber Law   Duration:-80 hrs
8. Certificate Course in Cyber Forensic   Duration:-80 hrs
9. Diploma in Cyber Law     Duration=200 hrs
10. PG Diploma in Information System Security  Duration:-720 hrs /24 Weeks
11. Certificate Course in Advanced Dot NET i   Duration:-80 hrs
12. Certificate Course in ASP Dot NET with VB Dot Net   Duration:-120 hrs
13. Certificate Course in ASP Dot with C#  Duration:-120 hrs
14. Diploma in Advanced Dot NET MVC  Duration:-200 hrs
15. Advanced Diploma in Dot NET Technologies  Duration:-360 hrs /12-Weeks
16. Certificate Course in programming through C Language   Duration:-80 hrs
17. Certificate Course in programming in C++   Duration:-80 hrs
18.Certificate Course in Core Java  Duration:-80 hrs
19. Certificate Course in Advance Java (J2EE) Duration:-80 hrs
20.Advanced Diploma in J2EE  Duration:-360 hrs / 12-Weeks
21.Certificate Course in Oracle SQL and PL/SQL   Duration:-80 hrs
22. Certificate Course in Oracle DBA  Duration:-80 hrs
23. Certificate Course in Graphic Designing   Duration:-80 hrs
24. Certificate Course in Audio and Video Editing  Duration:-80 hrs
25. Certificate Course in 2D Animation using Flash  Duration:-80 hrs
26. Diploma in Interactive Multimedia Development 
27. Certificate Course in Bioinformatics with Project
28. Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics    Duration:-360 hrs
29.Certificate Course in Mobile Application Development using Android   Duration:-80 hrs
30. Certificate Course in Mobile Application Development using Phonegap   Duration:-80 hrs
31. Certificate Course in System Administration using Unix   Duration:-80 hrs
32. Certificate Course in System Administration using Linux   Duration:-80 hrs
33. Certificate Course in System Administration using Windows Server   Duration:-80 hrs
34. Certificate Course in Cloud Computing   Duration:-80 hrs
35. Certificate Course in Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP   Duration:-80 hrs

S.No- Course ;- NIELIT Centres where course is offered

  • Agartala, Aizawl, Chandigarh, Chennai, Chuchuyimlang, Churachandpur, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Senapati, Shillong, Shimla, Srinagar, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar, Tura
  • Agartala, Aizawl, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Shillong, Srinagar, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar, Tura
  • Agartala, Aizawl, Ajmer, Chandigarh, Chennai, Chuchuyimlang, Churachandpur, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Senapati, Shillong, Srinagar, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar, Tura
  • Agartala, Aizawl, Ajmer, Chandigarh, Chuchuyimlang, Gangtok, Guwahati, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Shillong, Shimla, Srinagar, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar
  • Agartala, Aizawl, Chandigarh, Chennai, Chuchuyimlang, Churachandpur, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Senapati, Shillong, Srinagar, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar, Pasighat, Tura
  • Agartala, Aizawl, Chandigarh, Churachandpur, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Ranchi, Senapati, Shillong, Srinagar, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar, Pasighat
  • Agartala, Aizawl, Chandigarh, Gangtok, Gorakhpur, Imphal, Kohima, Kolkata, Srinagar
  • Aizawl, Chandigarh, Gangtok, Gorakhpur, Kohima
  • Aizawl, Chandigarh, Gangtok, Gorakhpur, Kohima
  • Aizawl, Calicut, Chandigarh, Gangtok, Gorakhpur, Kohima
  • Aizawl, Chandigarh, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Lucknow, Ranchi
  • Aizawl, Ajmer, Chandigarh, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Lucknow, Ranchi, Shimla, Srinagar
  • Aizawl, Ajmer, Chandigarh, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Ranchi, Shillong, Shimla, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar
  • Aizawl, Chandigarh, Itanagar, Kohima
  • Aizawl, Calicut, Chandigarh, Itanagar, Kohima, Lucknow
  • Aizawl, Ajmer, Chandigarh, Chennai, Chuchuyimlang, Churachandpur, Delhi, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Ranchi, Senapati, Shillong, Srinagar, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar
  • Aizawl, Ajmer, Chandigarh, Chennai, Chuchuyimlang, Churachandpur, Delhi, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Ranchi, Senapati, Shillong, Srinagar, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar
  • Agartala, Aizawl, Ajmer, Chandigarh, Chuchuyimlang, Churachandpur, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Ranchi, Senapati, Shillong, Shimla, Srinagar, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar
  • Aizawl, Ajmer, Chandigarh, Chuchuyimlang, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Ranchi, Senapati, Shillong, Shimla, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar
  • Aizawl, Calicut, Chandigarh, Chuchuyimlang, Gangtok, Guwahati, Itanagar, Kohima, Lucknow, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar
  • Agartala, Aizawl, Chandigarh, Chuchuyimlang, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Shillong, Shimla, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar
  • Aizawl, Chandigarh, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Shillong
  • Aizawl, Chandigarh, Chennai, Chuchuyimlang, Churachandpur, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar
  • Aizawl, Chuchuyimlang, Gangtok, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Shillong
  • Aizawl, Chennai, Chuchuyimlang, Gangtok, Guwahati, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Shillong, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar
  • Aizawl, Chuchuyimlang, Gangtok, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Kolkata, Senapati
  • Aizawl, Guwahati, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar
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  • Aizawl, Delhi, Gangtok, Imphal, Itanagar
  • Aizawl, Chandigarh, Kohima, Lucknow, Patna, Shillong
  • Aizawl, Chandigarh, Kohima, Lucknow, Patna, Shillong
  • Aizawl, Chandigarh, Chennai, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Patna, Senapati, Shillong
  • Aizawl, Chandigarh, Gangtok, Imphal, Kolkata, Lucknow,
  • Agartala, Aizawl, Chandigarh, Gangtok, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Lucknow, Patna, Shillong, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, Kokrajhar

Other Details:- http://www.nielit.gov.in/content/short-term-courses-software

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3 Sep 2017



Maths olympiad


N AT I O N A L  O LY M P I A D   P RO G R A M M E  F O R   A S I A N   P H Y S I C S   O LY M P I A D 


(Effective from the Olympiad year leading  to  participation  of  Indian  teams  in Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO) 
Preamble:    A  broad  4-stage  procedure  has  been operational  for  many  years  for  implementing  the Asian  Physics  Olympiad  programme.  There  were  no  formal  statutes  or  guidelines  made  by  the National  Steering  Committee  so  far  for  the  purpose. Approval,  shall  be  sought  from The  National Steering  Committee  for Science  and  Astronomy  Olympiads, for the  following  guidelines  for  the Olympiad year leading to Asian Physics Olympiad.

The  Asian  Physics  Olympiad  Programme  will  follow  a four  stage process.  These stages are:
I.National Standard Examinations in physics (NSEP).
II.Indian National Olympiads in physics (INPhO). 
III.Pre -Departure Training camps (PDTs) in physics.
IV.Participation in the Asian Physics Olympiads (APhO).

Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) will be responsible for conducting the first, third and fourth stage, while second stage of the programme will be carried out by  Homi  Bhabha  Centre  for  Science  Education  (Tata  Institute  of  Fundamental Research) -HBCSE (TIFR).

There will be a modest fee  charged by IAPT  for  the first stage  examinations.  There will  be  no  fees  for  the  subsequent  stages.    No  TA/DA  is  admissible  for  NSEs.    For Stage  II,  outstation  candidates  will  be  provided  TA/DA  as  per  the  norms  of  the programme. Free boarding and accommodation and t
raveling allowance as per norms will be provided to students selected for orientation and selection camps of Stages III and  IV.  The  expenditure  for  stages  II  to  IV  including  international  travel  of  official Indian  teams  and  related  expenditure  will  be  borne  through  budgetary  provisions passed  by  the  National  Steering  Committee  (NSC).  Local  hospitality  is  provided  by the  host  country  of  the  International  Olympiad.  All  financial  assistance  mentioned above is subject to the approval of NSC budgetary provisions by the Govt. of India.

The  APhO  activity  of  IAPT  is  co-ordinated  by  IAPT-APhO  cell  appointed  by Executive  Committee(EC)  of  IAPT  in  its  meeting  on  4th  and  5th  Jan  2005.  This IAPT-APhO  cell  currently  consists  of a 10 member  committee  consisting  of 
1)  Co-ordinator  IAPT –APhO Cell 
2)  President  IAPT 
3)  General  Secretary  IAPT 
4)  Chief Co-ordinator  NSE  Exam 
5)  Co-ordinator  NSEP  6)  National  Co-ordinator  Science Olympiad
7) Four IAPT life members. 
Out of them 2 to 6 are ex officio. This cell takes appropriate decision for the smooth conduct  of  APhO  in  India.  The  EC  of  IAPT  is  empowered  to  reconstitute  the  APhO cell and will inform the NSC of any changes in the compostion. 

Stage I
National Standard Examination in Physics (NSEP)

The  first  stage  of  the  selection  process  is  the  National  Standard  Examination  in Physics  (NSEP).  It      will  be  organized  and  conducted  by  the  Indian  Association  of Physics  Teachers  (IAPT).  NSC  has  assigned  this  task  to  IAPT  in  view  of  its  wide network and demonstrated capability.

The eligibility criteria (age, class, stream, nationality, etc.) for appearing in NSEP will be announced in advance.  The criteria will be in consonance with the APhO rules and may  have  additional  restrictions  to  suit  Indian  conditions  as  perceived by  the  NSC.

The  eligibility  criteria  for  NSEP  for  the  current  Olympiad  year  is  as  already  been announced and displayed in the IAPT website.

It  will  be  the  responsibility  of  the  student  to  ensure  that  the  above  eligibility  criteria are  satisfied.   

In  case  it  is  found  at  any  later  stage  of  the  programme  that  a  student does  not  meet  the  eligibility  criteria,  he  or  she  may  be  disqualified  from  the

IAPT will announce the dates of the NSEP, enrolment procedure and related matters at least 1 month in advance of the last date of enrolment and put up the list of NSEP  Centres on its website.  

The syllabus for NSEP will be broadly equivalent to the senior secondary level (up to and  including  Class  XII)  of  CBSE  in  these  subjects.    This  is  only
a  rough  guideline and there is no detailed syllabus given for NSEP.
The total number of students who will qualify to  appear for the second stage  INPhO 2016 will be based on the first stage NSEP 2015 and the following scheme is adopted:
(a) Eligibility Clause:
To be eligible for the Stage II INO exam leading to the International Olympiad,  a  candidate  must  secure  a  score  equal to  or  greater  than  a  Minimum  Admissible
Score (MAS). The MAS for a given subject will be 50% of the average of the top ten scores in that subject rounded off to the nearest lower integer.
(b) Merit Index Clause:
There will be a high score called the Merit Index (MI) associated with each subject in Olympiads. The MI in a subject is defined as 80% of the average of the
top  ten scores  in  that subject  rounded  off  to  the  nearest  lower  integer.  All  students  with  a score greater than merit index MI for the subject will automatically
qualify for INO Stage II examination in that subject. For example, if the average of top ten scores in a certain subject is 92, then 80% of this is 73.6. Then the MI in that subject will be 73. All candidates with a score equal to or above 73 in that subject will automatically qualify for INO stage II.
(c) Proportional  Representation  Clause:
Students  from  all  States  and  UTs  need  to  be encouraged to appear for the first stage examination and a nationwide representation for INO
Stage   II   is   desirable.   The   quota   for   each   State/UT   used   in   National   Talent   Search Examination (NTSE)  2013-14,  a  nationwide  compet
itive  examination  will  be  used  as  the baseline  for  calculating  the  number  of  students  qualifying  for  Stage  II  INO  in  every  subject
from centres in that State or UT. Suppose the NTSE quota is S for a State, and the total for all States   and UTs is T, then
the total number of students to be selected to INO  Stage II from that State would be S/T times 300, rounded off to the nearest higher integer. This number will
include those selected on the basis of the Merit Index. In the event of tie at the last position in the list, all students with same marks at this position will qualify to appear for the INO Stage II  examination.  The  selected  students  must  nevertheless  satisfy  the  eligibility  clause.  The
number  to  be  selected from  all  the  centres  in  each  State  or UT  will  be  displayed  on  the   

IAPT and HBCSE websites.
(www.iapt.org.in; http://olympiads.hbcse.tifr.res.in)
(d) Minimum  Representation  Clause:
Notwithstanding  the  proportional  representation clause the number of students selected for INO from each State and UT must be at least one, provided that the eligibility clause is satisfied. The above criteria are illustrated with the following examples:

i.  Let  the  quota  on  the  basis  of  the  Proportional  Representation  Clause  (c)  for  a  State  S1  be 20. Suppose the number of students satisfying the Merit  Index Clause (b)  in a subject is 10. These  10  students  will  qualify  for  the  second  stage  INO  exam  in  the  given  subject  and  an
additional  10  students  from  the  State  S1  in  the  given  subject  will  be  selected  merit-wise, provided they satisfy the Eligibility Clause (a).
ii. Let the quota on the basis of the Proportional Representation Clause (c) for a State S1 be 20. Suppose the number of students satisfying the Merit In
dex Clause (b) in a subject is 30. In this case, all 30 students will qualify for the second stage INO exam in the given subject, and
there will be no further selection from the State S1.

Soon after NSEP, IAPT will provide to the National Coordinator (Science Olympiads) a copy of question paper and solutions.  The same will be put up on the IAPT website.  The National Co-ordinator (Science Olympiads) will send the same to all members of NSC in due course.

The IAPT will finalize by December 31st of the year the lists of  students (as per para 1.5)  with  addresses  who  qualify  to  appear  for  INPhO  and    submit  the  same  to  the National   Coordinator   (Science   Olympiads)   and   Chair,   NSC.      If   available,   the telephone  numbers  and  the  email  ids  may  also  be  provi
ded.    The  lists  of  selected students will be put up on the IAPT website immediately after finalization.

On   receiving   the   above   lists   from   IAPT,   the   National   Coordinator   (Science Olympiads) will send the intimation by speed post to all the students who
qualify for INPhO,  along  with  INPhO  centre  assignment.    Simultaneously,  HBCSE  will  put  up the center wise list of these students on its website.  Students will be advised to look at these lists a week after the IAPT provides the lists.  HBCSE will not be r
esponsible for postal delays or delays due to incomplete/illegible/incorrect addresses provided by students, or any other reasons beyond HBCSE’s control. 

IAPT will issue an NSEP certificate of merit to each student who qualifies to appear for INPhO respectively. In addition, it may issue any other certificates in accordance
with its norms and procedures.

Stage II
Indian National Physics Olympiad (INPhO)

The  Indian  National  Physics  Olympiad  Examinations  (INPhO)  will  be  organized  by the HBCSE.   The   National   Coordinator   (Science   Olympiads)   will   designate   an Academic  Coordinator  for  INPhO,  usually  drawn  from  the  respective  Olympiad  cell of HBCSE.  The Academic Coordinator will coordinate all aspects of the INPhO. 

Only  the  students  selected  by  IAPT  in  physics  will  qualify  to  appear  for  INPhO. Candidates who have represented India in the APhO need not appear for the first stage NSEP. They may be allowed on written request to the National Co-ordinator (Science Olympiads), to directly appear for the second stage Indian National Physics Olympiad (INPhO)  examination  provided  they  satisfy  other  eligibility  criteria  such  as  age,  pre-college  status,  etc.  There  will  be  no  other  criteria  or  provisions  for  qualifying  to appear for INPhO. (Also see 5.1)

The syllabus for INPhO will be broadly equivalent to NSEP.
These  are  only  broad  guidelines.    Questions  and  problems  in  INPhO  will  be  usually non-conventional  and  of  high  difficulty  level,  comparable  to  APhO.  Appeals  against INPhO  questions being ‘out of syllabus’ will not be entertained, as Olympiads are meant to be challenging tests.
The  dates,  times  and  durations  of  the  INPhO  and  the  INPhO  centres  will  be announced  well  in  advance.    The  tentative  schedule  of  INPhO  for  the  current Olympiad year is given in the Appendix to Annex.1.

The  INPhO  will  be  conducted  at  several  centers  (about  15)  across  the  nation  to ensure  adequate  coverage  of  all  regions  in  India.
The  INOs  in  various  subjects will be held at different days/times so that a student who has qualified to appear in more than one subject can do so.

The National Coordinator (Science Olympiads) will constitute a Paper Setting Board (PS)  and  Paper  Grading  Board  (PG)  for  INPhO  based  on  the  recommendations  of Olympiad  cell  and  inputs,  if  any,  from  National Steering  Committee  (NSC).  There
may be overlap between PS and PG Boards.

There will be no chairperson of the PS and PG Boards. The Academic Coordinator for
INPhO will normally act as the coordinator of the Board in that subject.

The  Board  may  induct  additional  members,  subject  to  the  approval  by  the  National Coordinator (Science Olympiads), to widen their scope, standard and expertise in the  subject.

The  primary  function  of  the  PS  Board  is  to  design  a  test  of  high  quality  for  INPhO and provide solutions.  The Board will submit a copy of question paper and solutions to the National Coordinator (Science Olympiads) immediately after INPhO.

The  primary  function  of  the  PG  Board  is  to  provide  to  the  National  Coordinator (Science  Olympiads)  the  mark  list  of  students  who  have  appeared  in  INPhO  and  a copy of question paper and solutions.

On  receiving  results  from  the  PG  Board  in  a  subject,  the  National  Coordinator (Science Olympiads) will send by speed post individual Performance Card to each
of the  students  who  have  appeared  for  the  INPhO,  giving  his/her  total  marks.  At  the same time, the question
paper and solutions for INPhO will be put up on the HBCSE website.

Students may  apply  for  revaluation of their answer scripts. Such application must be sent by speed post/registered post and must reach the National Coordinator’s (Science Olympiads) office  within a stipulated time from the mailing of the performance card and will be accompanied by a suitable fee and the performance card.  The stipulated time  and  fee  will  be  indicated  on  the  performance  card.  Application  via  e-mail  or telephone will not be entertained.  HBCSE will not be responsible for postal delays or delays  due  to  incomplete/illegible/incorrect  addresses  provided  by  students,  or any other reasons beyond HBCSE’s control.  No extension of pre-set deadline for request for  revaluation  will  be  possible,  since  the  Olympiad  programme  runs  on  a  very  tight time schedule.

The  National  Coordinator  (Science  Olympiads)  will  convene  a  meeting  of  the  PG Board  to  consider  these  applications.  The  Olympiad
programme  works  on  a  tight time schedule. It is possible that all members of PG Board may not be in a position to
attend the re-grading meeting. The decision of this convened PG Board will be final.

A revised performance card with post-revaluation score will be sent to the candidate who has applied. The post-revaluation  score  of  the  student  will  be  considered  as final and definitive and will be used in preparing the merit list.

It is made clear that revaluation is a facility being given to students and is not by way of a right. This facility can be withdrawn at any time either fully or partially  with or
without any advance notice.

Based  on  the  performance  of  the  students  in  INPhO,  a  merit  list  will  be  prepared. HBCSE  makes  available  to  Coordinator  IAPT –APhO  Cell  a  merit  list  of  top  fifty

students  who  have  qualified  in  the  INPhO  and  have  opted  to  represent  India  at  the APhO (an option exercised when students write their IN
PhO exam). This list shall be made available immediately after the mailing of the performance cards.

The Coordinator IAPT –APhO Cell orders the list with 40% weightage to NSEP and 60% weightage to  INPhO. From this merit list students are approached.
The number of students to be selected is decided and announced before the INPhO is conducted.
a) Candidates  who  have  been  exempted  from  NSEP  vide  para  2.2  and  have  opted  to represent India at  the APhO shall be considered if they are in the merit lis
t after 40% weightage to NSEP of the past year and 60% weightage to INPhO of the current year.
Stage III
Pre -Departure Training Camps (PDTs) for APhO

The selected Indian team will go through a round of training at location determined by IAPT before participation in the APhO. In this camp the Leaders and Observer(s) who will  accompany  the  selected  students  and  some  additional  resource  persons  will provide  them  guidance  and  counselling  before  their  departure  for  the  international event.

The  choice  of  leaders  and  observer(s)  will  be  recommended  by  the  Coordinator  in consultation with the IAPT-APhO cell members.

In exceptional circumstances, on the written recommendation of the leaders/observer(s)/resource persons, the Coordinator may recommend the
discontinuation of a student member of the Indian team in case he/she is non-cooperative and/or creates disciplinary problems, which can seriously affect the morale of the rest of the team. The recommendation to be made in writing giving reasons in detail will be put up to Chair, NSC for approval. NSC will be informed
of the decision in the subsequent meeting.

Stage IV
Participation in the APhO

The two Leaders and Observer(s) who will accompany the students will provide them guidance and counseling throughout the Asian Physics Olympiad.

The  two  leaders  will  act  as  jury  members  on  behalf  of  the  country,  partake  in deliberations on the competitive tests as well as on
policy matters in the international board/jury  meeting,  and  participate  in  arbitration  sessions  on  behalf  of   Indian students.

There are three Olympiads under the purview of NSC but for which HBCSE is not the Nodal  Agency.  These  are  the Asian  Physics  Olympiad  (APhO),    the  International Astronomy  Olympiad –Junior  (IAO –Jr)  and  the  International  Earth  Science Olympiad (IESO).

(a)  Candidates  who  have  represented  India  in  the  Asian  Physics  Olympiad  (APhO) need  not  appear  for  the  first  stage  NSEP  examination.  They  may  be  allowed  on writtten request to the National Co-ordinator (Science Olympiads), to directly appear for   the   second   stage   Indian   National   Physics   Olympiad   (INPhO)   examination provided they satisfy other eligibility criteria such as age, pre-college status, etc.

(b) The merit list of Stage II (INO) may be shared with these Olympiads for purposes of selection to their 3rd stage and for no other purpose. 
(c)  Candidate(s)  selected  to  be  a  member  of  the  Indian  Team  in  APhO  will  bepermitted  to  attend  a  non-overlapping  camp  in  another  subject  under  the  purview  of the NSC.

The Olympiad programme works on a very tight time schedule.   In the event that an important  decision/measure  has  to  be  taken  and  implemented  urgently  the  National Coordinator will inform the Chair, NSC and obtain his/her approval. The NSC will be informed of these decisions/measures in the subsequent meeting.

In all other matters not covered above the guiding principle will be the integrity of the enterprise,  fairness  to  students  and  transparency  of  the  process
in the  interest  of  the country.

The  guidelines  will  be  reviewed  by  NSC at  regular  intervals. In case the NSC does not  meet  in  time  the  general  guidelines  given  above  will  continue  by  default  for  the subsequent year. 

The  courts  at  Delhi  alone  shall  have  the  jurisdiction  to  settle  and  decide  all  matters and disputes related to the above-mentioned Olympiad programme and Examinitaion from  Indian National Physics  Olympiad (INPhO) and onwards as  De
lhi is the Nodal Centre for this programme.

Details:- http://www.iapt.org.in/

31 Aug 2017

JAM 2018 for Admission in MSc

JAM 2017 for Admission in MSc

JAM 2018
Joint Admission Test for M.Sc. 2018
Organizing Institute: IIT Bombay

JAM 2018 for Admission in MSc

Admission to M.Sc. (Two Year), Joint M.Sc.-Ph.D., M.Sc.-Ph.D. Dual Degree & other post-bachelor's degree programmes

IITs and IISc are institutions of national importance and are well known, the world over, for quality education in engineering, science & technology and research in frontier areas. The aim of IITs and IISc is to build a sound foundation of knowledge, pursue excellence and enhance creativity in an intellectually stimulating environment. The vibrant academic ambience and well-equipped research infrastructure of IISc & IITs motivate the students to pursue Research and Development careers in frontier areas of basic sciences as well as interdisciplinary areas of science and technology.

Joint Admission Test for M.Sc. (JAM) is being conducted from 2004 to provide admissions to M.Sc. (Four Semesters), Joint M.Sc.-Ph.D., M.Sc.-Ph.D. Dual Degree, etc. Programmes at the IITs and Integrated Ph.D. Degree Programmes at IISc for consolidating Science as a career option for bright students. These postgraduate programmes at IITs and IISc offer high quality education in their respective disciplines, comparable to the best in the world. The curricula for these programmes are designed to provide opportunities to the students to develop academic talent leading to challenging and rewarding professional life.

Important Dates

Commencement of ONLINE Registration and Application on JAM 2018 Website;- September 05, 2017

Exam Date;- February 11, 2018 (Sunday)

Session;- session-I. 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon & session-II--- 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m

Test Papers and Codes;- Biotechnology (BT), Chemistry (CY),Geology (GG) and Mathematical Statistics (MS) &Biological Sciences (BL), Mathematics (MA) and Physics (PH)

Last Date for Online application Submission and Uploading of Documents on the Website;- October 10, 2017

Last Date for Payment of Application Fee through Online process';- October 10, 2017

Date of JAM 2018 Examination;- February 11, 2018

Announcement of the Results of JAM 2018;-March 20, 2018

Details:- http://jam.iitb.ac.in/
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 (A University with Potential for Excellence)
HYDERABAD – 500 007



Prof. G. Ram Reddy Centre for Distance Education, Osmania University invites applications from the  candidates  from all over India for admission into

P.G.  Diploma  in  Bioinformatics
(One year regular course) under the Faculty of Science, Osmania University without Entrance Test provided they fulfill the required conditions of eligibility.  The candidates with graduation (15 Years study) intending to go to USA or other countries for further studies are eligible to fulfill the condition of 16th year of education if  they complete this course.

Students  who  have  passed  their  B.Sc./ B.Pharmacy/ B.Sc.(Ag.)/  M.B.B.S / B.V.Sc./BDS/  BHMS / BAMS/BUMS/BE/B.Tech/M.Sc./M.Tech./M.C.A./Ph.D.  etc. with 
50% marks are eligible to apply. 

Prospectus-cum-Application   form:  
Those  seeking  admission  can procure the Prospectus-cum-Application form through www.oucde.net
online from 16th August, 2017. The candidates have to submit their certificates for verification, along with one set of xerox copies after online submission, whenever 
required in PGRRCDE, OU.

Prospectus-cum-Application form from:  16 – 08 - 2017 
Last date for submission of Application form: 16 – 09 - 2017 

Phone No’s: 040-27091605
Fax: 91 (040) 27097687

E-mail: Info_cde@osmania.ac.in &
Website: http://www.oucde.ac.in
Details:- http://www.oucde.net/content.php?&id=414
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8 Aug 2017

UGC-NET 2017 Notification

UGC-NET 2017 Notification
UGC-NET 2017 NotificationUGC-NET 2017 Notification

CBSE UGC NET 2017 Dates

For Eligibility for Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship Eligibility for Assistant Professor Both

(An Autonomous Org. under the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development Govt. of India)
 H-149, Sector-63, Noida, District Gautam Budh Nagar –201 309(UP) 
E-mail: net@cbse.gov.in    
Tele: 7042399520, 7042399521, 7042399525, 7042399526 
Website: cbsenet.nic.in Fax:  0120-2427772 


  • NET/SET/SLET shall  remain  the  minimum  eligibility  condition for  recruitment  and appointment  of  Assistant  Professors  in  Universities/Colleges/  Institutions.In  this  regard, exemption  from  NET/SET/SLET  will  be  governed  by  UGC  regulations  and  amendments notified in the Gazette of India from time to time.
  • The  candidates  who  have  passed  the  UGC/CSIR  JRF  examination  prior  to  1989  are also exempted from appearing in NET.
  • For  SET  Candidates: The  candidates  who  have  cleared  the  States  Eligibility  Test (SET) accredited by UGC for eligibility for Assistant Professor held prior to 1st Dec 2002, are exempted from appearing in NET, being eligible to apply  for Assistant Professor anywhere in India. For SET held from 1st Dec 2002 onwards, the qualified candidates are eligible to apply
  • for  the  post of  Assistant Professor only  in  the  universities/  colleges  situated  in  the  state  from where they have cleared their SET.
Category General Other  Backward  Classes  (Non-creamy layer),  as  per  the  Central  list  of  OBC available on website: www.ncbc.nic.in
SC/ST/PwD/Examination Fee Rs.1000/- Rs.500/-Rs.250/-

i)The candidates may pay the examination fee either by credit/ debit card or through e-challan  generated  during  the  online  filling  of  the  application  form. In  case  of  e-challan  the
payment should be made in the Syndicate/Canara/ICICI/HDFC Bank. In case the examination fee is paid through credit/debit card the additional processing charges as following will also be
debited from the credit/debit card of the candidate.
Credit card: -1.20% of the examination fee plus the service tax as applicable. Debit Card: -0.75%of examination fee plus the service tax as applicable
ii)After  filling  all  the  details  for  applying  online  for  NET,  the  candidate  will  have  the option to select the mode of payment of examination fee either by credit/debit card or through e-challan  generated  during  the  online  filling  of  the  application  form  indicating  their  details therein.
iii)The candidates are required to check the status of fee payment at CBSE website
(www.cbsenet.nic.in)  and  if  the  status  is ‘OK’  the  candidate  will  be  able  to  take  the printout of Confirmation Page. In case, the fee payment status is not ‘OK’
 the candidates are advised as following:-

If  the  fee  is  paid  through  e-challan  be  depositing  cash  in  above  mentioned  bank,  the candidate  should  contact  immediately  the  concerned  bank  to  update  his/her  fee  status  on  the
If  the  fee  is  paid  through  credit/debit  card  and  status  is  not  OK,  it  means  the  transaction  is cancelled and the amount will be refunded to concerned credit/debit card within a week. Such
candidates have to pay the fee once again.
Please note that fee submitted by any other mode like money order, demand draft, IPO etc. will be rejected. Fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances.

Andhra   Pradesh(01),   Arunachal   Pradesh(02),   Assam(03),   Bihar(04),   Delhi(05),   Goa(06), Gujarat(07),   Haryana(08),   Himachal   Pradesh(09),   Jammu   &   Kashmir(10),   Karnataka(11),
Kerala(12), Madhya Pradesh(13), Maharashtra(14), Manipur(15), Meghalaya(16), Mizoram(17), Nagaland(18),    Odisha(19),    Punjab(20),    Rajasthan(21),    Sikkim(22),    Tamil    Nadu(23),
Tripura(24),  Uttar  Pradesh(25),  West  Bengal(26),  Andaman  &  Nicobar  Islands(27),  Dadar  & Nagar  Havelli  (28),  Daman  &  Diu(29),  Lakshadweep(30),  Puducherry  (31),  Chhattisgarh(32),
Jharkhand(33), Uttarakhand (34), Chandigarh(35), Telangana(36).

Dates of Examinations:-
November, 2017 Paper-1,Paper-2,Paper-3.

  • 05.11.2017 (Sunday)
  • 05.11.2017(Sunday)
  • 05.11.2017(Sunday)

a) Entry in the Examination Hall
  • 07.00 AM (IST)
  • 10.45 AM (IST)
  • 01.30 PM (IST)

b) Distribution of Test Booklet
  • 09.15 AM(IST)
  • 11.05 AM (IST)
  • 01.50 PM (IST)

c) Seal of the Test Booklet to be broken/opened to take out the Answer Sheet
  • 09.25 AM(IST)
  • 11.10 AM (IST)
  • 01.55 PM (IST)

d) Last entry in the Examination Hall
  • 09.30 AM (IST)
  • 11.15 AM (IST)
  • 02.00 PM (IST)

e) Test commences
  • 09.30 AM(IST)
  • 11.15 AM (IST)
  • 02.00 PM (IST)

f) Test concludes
  • 10.45 AM (IST)
  • 12.30 PM(IST)
  • 04.30 PM (IST)
  • August  08, 2017                                                                                                            

The candidates will find the Answer Sheet placed inside the sealed Test Booklet. The seal will be broken/ opened by the candidates on the announcement by the invigilator and
the Answer Sheet shall  be  taken out.  Do  not open/break  the  seal before  the announcement.The candidates should verify  the  serial  number  and  series  of  the  Test  Booklet  with  the  serial  number  and  series  of  OMR sheet. In case of any variation, the Test Booklet and OMR sheet should be immediately returned to the invigilator for the replacement with another set of same series available in the examination hall/centre.
1.Each  Answer  Sheet  will  have  a  pre-printed  Test  Booklet  Code  like  A,  B,  C  or  D.  The candidates are required to check that the Test Booklet Code pre-printed on the Answer Sheet is the
same as printed on the Test Booklet.
2.The Answer Sheet used will be of special type which will be scanned on Optical Scanner.
The following columns of the Answer Sheet are to be filled in neatly and accurately by the candidate with Blue/Black ball point pen only.
Use of pencil is strictly prohibited.
I.Roll Number                       
II.Name of the candidate
III.Father’s Name           
IV.   Centre Number
V.Name of the Examination Centre         
VI.Signature of the candidate

(i)Out  of  four  alternatives  for  each  question,  only  one  circle  for  the  correct  answer  is  to  be darkened  completely  with  blue/black  Ball  Point  Pen  only.  For  example  Question  No.  008  in
the Test Booklet reads as follows:
Question:- Qutub Minar is situated in

The correct response to this question is (1) Delhi. The candidate will locate Question No. 008 in the Answer Sheet and darken the circle......


S. No. Subject of Post Graduation
1Economics                                    30 Linguistics
2Political Science                           31 Chinese
3Philosophy                                   32 Dogri
4Psychology                                  33 Nepali
5Sociology                                    34 Manipuri
6History                                        35 Assamese
7Anthropology                              36 Gujarati
8Commerce                                  37 Marathi
9Education                                   38 French
10Social Work                               39 Spanish
11Defence and Strategic Studies   40 Russian
12Home Science                            41 Persian
13Public Administration                42 Rajasthani
14Population Studies                    43 German
15Music                                        44 Japanese
16Management                             45 Adult Education/Continuing Education
17Maithili                                      46Andragogy/Non Formal Education
18Bengali                                      47Physical Education
19Hindi                                         48Arab Culture and Islamic Studies
20Kannada                                   49Indian Culture
21Malayalam                                50Labr. Welfr
./ Pers. Mgmt / IndustrialRelation / Labr.& Soc Welfr. / HRM
22Oriya                                        51Law
23Sculpture                                  52Library and Information Science
24Sanskrit                                    53Buddhist
25Tamil                                        54Comparative Study of Religions
26Telugu                                      55Mass Communication and Journalism
27Urdu                                         56Performing Arts -Dance / Drama / Theatre     
28Arabic                                      57Museology & Conservation
29English                                     58Archaeology
59Criminology                             88History of Art
60Tribal/Regional Lang/Litt.            89Applied Art
61Folk Literature                                  90Graphics
62Comparative Literature                      91Electronic Science
63Sanskrit Traditional Subjects             92Environmental Sciences
64Jyotisha                                             93International and Area Studies
65Sidhanta Jyotisha                              94Prakrit
66Navya Vyakarna                                  95Human Rights and Duties
67Vyakarna                                            96Tourism Administration and Management
68Mimamsa                                           97Punjabi
69Navya Nyaya                                      98Advaita Vedanta
70Sankhya Yoga                                    99Bodo
71Tulanatmaka Darsana                         100Santali
72Shukla Yajurveda
73Madhva Vedanta
74Dharma Sastra
76Purana –itihasa
78Women Studies
79Visual Arts
80Drawing & Painting
81Computer Science and Applications
85Forensic Science
86Social Medicine & Community Health

Important Dates;-
1.Submission  of  online  application form;-11.08.2017
2.Last date for Applying Online   11.09.2017
3.Last  date  of  submission  of  Fee through  online  generated   Bank challan,
or   through   credit/debit card;-  12.09.2017
4.Correction    in    Particulars    of application form on the website;-19thto 25th September, 2017
5.Date of Examination;- 05.11.2017

It  is  notified  that  CBSE  will  conduct  the  next
UGC-NET  for  Junior Research  Fellowship  &
Eligibility  for  Assistant  Professor on 05thNovember,  2017  (Sunday).
The candidates who desire  to  appear  in  the  test  may  see  the  detailed  notification  available  on  the  website http://cbsenet.nic.in  from 4th August,  2017.  The  candidates  are  required  to  apply  online  from 11th August,  2017. The last date for applying online is 11th.September,  2017 and fee can be paid up to 12th September, 2017


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25 Jul 2017

Scholarships for students

Scholarships for students

scholarships.gov.in   scholarships renewal  Scholarships for students

National Scholarship Portal

Ministry Of Electronics & Information Technology,
Government of India

On-Board Schemes

M/O Minority Affairs
  •     Pre Matric Scholarships Scheme for Minorities     Open till 31-08-2017        
  •     Post Matric Scholarships Scheme for Minorities     Open till 31-08-2017         
  •     Merit Cum Means Scholarship For Professional and Technical Courses CS   Open till 31-08-2017    

D/o Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities
  •     Pre-matric Scholarship for Students with Disabilities     Open till 30-09-2017    
  •     Post-matric Scholarship for Students with Disabilities     Open till 31-10-2017    
  •     Scholarships for Top Class Education for students with disabilities.     Open till 31-10-2017    

M/o Social Justice & Empowerment
  •     Top Class Education Scheme for SC Students     Open till 31-10-2017    

Ministry of Labour & Employment
  •     Post Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under Beedi Workers Welfare Fund      Open till 31-10-2017    
  •     Post Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under Cine Workers Welfare Fund       Open till 31-10-2017    
  •     Post Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under IOMC Workers Welfare Fund     Open till 31-10-2017   
  •     Post Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under LSDM Workers Welfare Fund     Open till 31-10-2017        
  •     Pre Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under Beedi Workers Welfare Fund       Open till 30-09-2017        
  •     Pre Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under Cine Workers Welfare Fund                 Open till 30-09-2017
  •     Pre Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under IOMC Workers Welfare Fund              Open till 30-09-2017    
  •     Pre Matric Scheme For Award Of Scholarships Under LSDM Workers Welfare Fund     Open till 30-09-2017   

Ministry of Tribal Affairs
  •     National Fellowship and Scholarship for Higher Education of ST Students - Scholarship (Formally Top Class Education for Schedule Tribe Students)     Open till 31-10-2017   

D/o School Education & Literacy
  •     National Scheme for Incentive for the Girl Child for Secondary Education                            Open till 30-09-2017
  •     National Means Cum Merit Scholarship     Open till 31-10-2017

Department of Higher Education

WARB, Ministry of Home Affairs
  •     Prime Minister's Scholarship Scheme For Central Armed Police Forces And Assam Rifles     Opening Soon    

Scholarships for students - post metric scholarships premetric scholarships - scholarship renewal date

Candidates can contact the Help Desk for resolution of the technical problems;- 0120 - 6619540

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17 Jul 2017

NIFT - Short Term Fashion Design Courses

NIFT - Short Term Fashion Design Courses

NIFT - Short Term Fashion Design Courses
     NIFT has developed a range of Continuing Education Programmes, which have been developed in consultation with reputed academicians and industry practitioners. These programmes reflect the requirements and concerns of the industry and have been carefully planned to spur professional growth, and are relevant to individuals at different stages of their careers.

     The CE Certificate Programmes are aimed at complementing the practical knowledge of the industry professionals with formal technical education in their respective areas of work. The flexible schedule enables the participants to pursue the programme without interrupting their professional activities. With focus on interactive learning, the programmes provide a congenial environment that integrates theory with practice. The participants receive a NIFT certificate on successful completion of the programme

Guidelines for prospective candidates of CE Programme 2017-2018:

    Registration can be done online as well as manually by downloading the registration form available online. The completed filled in registration form / printout of the filed in registration form, complete in all respects should be submitted only at the NIFT Study Centre opted by the candidate on or before 31st July, 2017  by hand or by post under registered cover, superscribed "CE Registration Form" along with a Demand Draft of Rs.1800/- for one year programmes and Rs.1000/- for programmes of six months duration and less, drawn in favour of National Institute of Fashion Technology, payable at the respective NIFT Campuses.
Forms received after due date will not be accepted. The Institute does not take any responsibility for delay or loss of forms or correspondence in postal transit or by courier.
The candidates are advised to attach attested copies of relevant documents of educational qualification and industry experience (if any).


One Year Courses;-

  • Fashion Clothing &  Technology
  • Fashion  Integration  for Textiles(FIT)
  • Fashion Retail Management
  • Garment Export Merchandising Management
  • Fashion Design & Clothing Technology
  • Clothing Production Technology
  • Fashion Clothing &  Technology
  • Fashion Clothing &  Technology
  • Fashion Integration for Apparel Industry (FIAI)
  • Garment Production Technology  &  Apparel  Design(GPTAD)
  • Contemporary Ethnic Wear
  • Fashion Clothing &  Technology
  • Indian Fashion Apparel Boutique Management
  • Clothing Production Technology
  • Design in Boutique Apparel & Accessory
  • Fashion Clothing &  Technology
  • Fashion Kinitwear & Production Technology
  • Design Development for Indian Ethnic Wear
  • Fashion Clothing &  Technology
  • Fashion  Graphics and Product Modeling
  • Fashion Retail Management
  • Luxury Product Design
  • Clothing Production Technology
  • Creative   Thinking   &   Design Development
  • Design in Boutique Apparel & Accessory
  • Design Development for Indian Ethnic Wear
  • Fashion Clothing &  Technology
  • Fashion Enterprise and Business Management
  • Fashion E-Business Management (FEM)
  • Window Display and Store
  • Design in Fashion and Textiles Industry
  • Fashion Integration for Apparel Industry (FIAI)
  • Fashion Retail Management
  • Garment Export Merchandising Management
  • Luxury Product Design
  • Textiles for Interiors & Fashion
  • Fashion Clothing &  Technology
  • Fashion Designing and Apparel Technology (FDAT)
  • Fashion and Media Communication FC

Six Months Courses:-

  • Apparel Design and Development
  • Apparel Merchandising and Manufacturing Technology (AMMT)
  • Design and Pattern Making for Ethnic Apparel
  • Illustrator of Fashion Industry
  • Jewellery Design and Basics of  Manufacturing (JDBM)
  • Visual Merchandising
  • Product Development for Ladies and Kids wear
  • Process Improvements in Garment Industry
  • Costume Jewellery & Accessory Design on Crafts
  • Apparel Design and Development
  • Contemporary Bridal Trousseau Design
  • Creative Fashion Styling
  • Creative Pattern Making
  • Apparel Costing and Fashion Merchandising Management
  • Visual Merchandising
  • Creative Fashion Styling
  • Print Design
  • Textile Development for Indian Formal Wear
  • Textile for Home & Interior TD
  • Design in Textiles & Think Beyond TD

Below Six Month Courses:-

  • Apparel Retailing and Visual Merchandising (ARVM)
  • Craft Contemporary Evening Wear for Women
  • Contemporary Saree Designing 
  • Fashion Digital Marketing
  • Fabrication of Scarf / Stole Design
  • Print Design for Apparel and Home
  • Fashion Drawing for Designers 
  • Textile Design and Print Development
  • E-Commerce for Fashion Business
  • Textile Application for Home and Fashion
  • Draping for Dresses
  • Visual Merchandising and Display Designs
  • Print Design through Card for Textile and Apparels TD
  • CAD for Textiles – B1 TD
  • CAD for Textiles – B3 TD
  • CAD for Textiles – B2 TD

Course Centers:- "Bhopal. Bengaluru. Bhubaneshwar. Chennai. GandhiNagar. Hyderabad. Chennai. Kolkata.Mumbai. Delhi. Patna. Surat. Varanasi."
Details:- http://nift.ac.in/ce.html
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22 Jun 2017

Courses for BTech Chemical Engineering MSc(Chemistry)

Courses for BTech Chemical Engineering MSc(Chemistry)


Courses for BTech Chemical Engineering MSc(Chemistry)
Post-Graduate Diploma in Cement Technology 2017-18
(Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India)
NCB, an autonomous body under the administrative control of Ministry of Commerce &Industry,   Govt.   of   India,   is   devoted   to   Research   &   Development,
Technology   Transfer,Consultancy, and Training for Cement and Construction Industries.

Applications   are   invited   for   admission   to   One   Year   (August   2017   to   July   2018)
Post Graduate Diploma in Cement Technology
 offered by NCB.

Name of the course:- Post   Graduate   Diploma in Cement Technology
Eligibility:- B.E./B.Tech(Chemical Engg.)      or M Sc. (Chemistry) With consistently good academic career and minimum   60%   of   marks 
Annual Fee:-  For Self sponsored Candidates Rs.   90,000   (includes   tuition   fee,simulator training and institutionalfacilities).
Industry Sponsored Candidates Rs.  3,70,000  (including  tuition  fee,boarding/lodging,simulatortraining    and    other    institutionalfacilities)

Interested  candidates  should  apply  latest  by  30th  June  2017,  giving  personal  information including  category  (General/Sponsored/SC/ST/Others),  address  for  correspondence,  contact
number,  e-mail  address,  educational  qualifications  (10th  Class  onwards),  working  experience,  if any.  Sponsored  candidates  should  send  their  application  through  their  employers.  Provisions exist    for    reservations    for    SC/ST    and    persons    with    disabilities    as    per    Government rules/instructions.   Certificate   from   appropriate   authority   may   be   furnished   for   reserved categories.
A non-refundable Application Fee of Rs. 500/- (Rupees Five hundred only), Rs. 125/-
(Rupees  One  hundred  twenty  five  only)  for  candidates  falling  under  reserved   categories,  is payable  through  RTGS/NEFT  in  favour  of  National  Council  for  Cement and  Building  Materials
and details of paymentshould be sent along with the duly filled in application form. Application form is available on NCB website.

Details for ECS Payment:State Bank of India, CRI Faridabad Branch, Faridabad-121004
SB Account No.: 10383962218
MICR Code: 110002194
IFSC Code: SBIN0003794
The Head
Centre for Continuing Education Services
National Council for Cement and Building Materials
34 Km Stone, Delhi-Mathura Road (NH-2) Ballabgarh - 121 004, Faridabad, Haryana, India
Phone:+91-129-4192245 / 469/467/468, 2241453
Fax:+91-129-2302300 (Telefax),2242100, 2246175

19 Jun 2017

Courses for BTech EEE

Courses for BTech EEE

(Ministry of Power, Government of India)
Badarpur, New Delhi –110044 Ph. : 011-26940722, 26952083, 26944198
Website : www.nptidelhi.net & www.npti.in


Post Graduate Diploma Course in Transmission & Distribution (2017-18)
Course Covers syllabus as per Central Electricity Authority (Measures relating to Safety and Electric Supply) Regulations, 2010



The  main  aim  of  this  course  is  to develop  pool  of  technically  trained  manpower  readily  available  for recruitment to the Indian Power Sector. The course shall enhance the
knowledge  and  skills  offresh Graduate  engineers seeking  career  in power &  allied energy sector and those sponsored by  various Power Utilities.


This  is  a  modular  course  of  26  weeks duration. Formal coaching will be held at Regional Institute of NPTI located  at  Badarpur  (New  Delhi).  Simulator  training
will  be  held  at Bangalore.  Regular  visits  to  nearby  Power  Stations/  Sub  Stations/ LDCs  &  other  related  industries  are  also  undertaken  during  the programme.


B.E./B.Tech. OR  equivalent  in  Electrical/  Power/  Electrical  & Electronics Engineering.


On Merit basis, % in B.E./ B.Tech examination.

TOTAL  SEATS:  60*, Reservation  for  OBC/SC/ST/specially  abled as  per  Govt.  of  India  Norms.  Seats  are  also  reserved  for  candidates sponsored from Power utilities.

*The number of seats  may be changed at the discretion of the NPTI management.

PLACEMENT:  Many  reputed  companies  visit  NPTI  for  campus placement  and  placement  fee  is  charged  from  those  who  are  placed through campus.

70% students from current batch have already been placed  within  3  months  of  starting. However  placement  is  not guaranteed.

HOW  TO  APPLY:  Applications  on  plain  paper  along  with  the Demand  Draft  of400/-in  favour  of NPTI,  Badarpur  payable  at New Delhi with Candidate’s name written on its back,
with name of the   course   being   applied   superscribed   on   top   of   envelop containing  application  should  reach  on  or  before 07.07.17
The Principal   Director,  
National   Power   Training   Institute   (NR),
Badarpur,  New  Delhi –110044

with  one  passport  size  photograph in  the  following  format; 
1.  Name  of  the  Programme 
2.  Name 
3. Father’s Name
4. Mother’s Name
5. Date of birth
6. Sex
7. Marital staus 
8.  Nationality 
9.  Whether  SC/ST/OBC/Specially  abled
10.Postal  address  11.  Contact  No. 
12.  Email  address 
13.  Educational Quaification  starting  from  10thstandard,  stating  subject,  college/ institution, % of marks & year of passing,
14. Experience if any
15. Details  of  DD  (Amount,  DD  no.  Date,  Issuing  bank  name). 
16. Sponsored/   Non   sponsored   (if   sponsored   attaché   sponsorship certificate). 
17.  Signature  (attach  self  attested  copies  of  proof  for S.no. 5,9,13 & 14). OBC candidates have to submit non creamy layer certificate issued on or after 01.04.2017.

COURSE  FEE:  May  be  paid  in  two  installments  by  non-sponsored candidates.
Course Non-sponsored`Sponsored `
(In Single Installment)
PGDC (T&D) 1,45,000*1,90,000* *Service tax and Cess extra @15% shall be charged separately on the fees.
There  is  no  fee  concession  for  any  category  of  candidates.  The  cost of  transportation  to  local  industries/  utilities  will  be ` 7000/-+ 6% Service  Tax.  Outstation  transportation/  boarding/  lodging  charges will  be  borne  by  the  participants  separately.  A  refundable  caution money  of ` 4000/-for  non  hostellers  and ` 6000/-for  hostellers (refundable subject to full fee payment) is to be deposited at the time of joining.

LODGING/ BOARDING: Hostel Facility is provided on first come first  serve  basis,  subject  to  availability  on  nominal  charges.  Girl candidates are provided separate hostel  at NPTI, Faridabad.

1. Last Date of Receipt of Applications: 07.07.17
2. Counseling list declaration (on our website & notice board only): 14.07.17
3. Counseling : 31.07.17
4. Commencement of Course: 01.08.17

Note:    Detailed    Instructions/    Notifications    or    any    future information to the candidates regarding course will be displayed at our website www.nptidelhi.
net only

Sh. M.K.Sharma, Asstt. Director
Mob: 9310304609*

Sh. M.V.Pande, Director
Ph. 011-26952083,08055598636
**Between 10.00 AM to 5.30 PM
(Monday to Friday)