a. Written Test : The test will be held on Third Sunday of Feb every year. details are as follows: Class VI: i. Mathematical knowledge Test & Language Ability Test. ii. Intelligence Test. The test can be taken in English or Hindi or Malayalam.
Class IX: i. Mathematics & Science ii. English & Social Studies The test can be taken in English or Hindi or Malayalam except serial No. 2 English. However the question papers will be in English only. b. The syllabus and question pattern given are subject to changes from time to time. c. Interview & Medical Test: The boys who qualify in the written test will be required to appear at a later date before a selection Board for an Interview & Medical Test. Prospectus, Application form and Model question paper can he obtained from the Principal, Sainik School, Kazhakootam by post on payment of the prescribed cost mentioned below, by sending a crossed demand draft, payable at Trivandrum drawn in favour of Principal, Sainik school, Kazhakootam, Trivandrum.
MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF CANDIDATES FOR ADMISSION TO SAINIK SCHOOLS
1. The Medical Examination of candidates for admission to Sainik School will be carried out by a Medical Board
2. It is not possible to lay down precise standard for height, weight and chest measurements for these candidates. But the Medical Board will be guided in its assessment by the Physical standards laid down for candidates for admission to National Defence Academy. Height and to an extent weight are constitutional qualities which are largely governed by heredity. Therefore candidate whose parents are short statured and below normal weight may not eventually attain the minimum standard height and weight required for the Armed Forces. This point should therefore he borne in mind by the parent/guardians of such candidates before they seek admission for their children/wards. The important facts concerning health are given below: –
3. Visual Standards Distant Vision (uncorrected) Standard I 6/6 (Both eyes) Distant Vision Standard II Better eye worse eye 6/18 6/18 Correctable to 6/6 Correctable to 6/9 The minimum acceptable visual standard for admission to Sainik School will be Standard II Colour perception: CPI (MLT)
Note a. i. Myopia not to exceed minus 1.5 D including astigmatism
ii. Manifest Hypermetropia not to exceed plus 2.5 D sph including astigmatism
iii. Fundus & Media to he healthy with no changes of myopia
iv. Visual Fields-to be full in each eye.
v. Binocular vision and stereopsls must be good
b. The above will have to he certified by a State Employed Ophthalmologist in advance of boy’s arrival for admission.
c. There is no squint or morbid condition of the eye or of the lids, which is liable to a risk of aggravation or recurrence.
4. It will also he ensured that:
a. There is no evidence of weak constitution, malformations or obesity, there is no evidence of heart murmur.
b. There is no maldevelopment or impairment of function of the bone of joints.
c. There is no impediment of speech.
d. There is no malformation of the head, deformity from fracture or depression of the bones of the skull
e. There is no impaired hearing, discharge from or disease of either ear unhealed perforation of tympanic membranes or signs of acute or chronic suppurative otitis media or evidence of radical or modified radical mastoid operation. (Note: – A soundly healed perforation without any impairment of the drum and without impairment of the ring should not he a case of rejection)
f. There is no disease of nasopharynx.
g. There are no enlarged glands in the neck and other parts of the body and that thyroid gland is normal.
h. Knock-knee and flat foot are not eligible for admission.
i. Phimosis and caries teeth are not eligible for admission
N.B. Scars of operations for the removal of tuberculosis glands are not a cause for rejection provided there has been no active disease within the preceding 5 years and the chest is clinically and radiologically clear.
j. There is no disease of the throat, plate, tonsils or gums or disease or injury affecting the normal function of either mandibular joint.
k. There is no sign of functional or organic disease of the heart and blood vessels.
l. There is no evidence of pulmonary tuberculosis or previous history of this disease or any other chronic disease of the lungs
m. There is no evidence of any disease of the digestive system including any abnormality of the liver and spleen.
n. There is no hernia or tendency there to.
o. There is no hydryocele or definite varicocele or any other disease or defect of the genital organs.
N.B. A candidate who has been operated for hydryocele will be accepted if there are no abnormalities of the cord and testicle and there is no evidence of filariasis.
p. There is no fistula or fissure of the anus or evidence of haemorrhoids.
q. There is no disease of the Kidneys. Cases showing albuminuria or Glycosuria will not be accepted.
r. There is no disease of the skin, unless temporary or trivial. Scars which by their extent or position cause or are likely to cause disability or marked disfigurement are a cause for rejection.
s. There is no active latent, or congenital disease.
t. There is no history or evidence of mental disease. Candidates suffering from epilepsy incontinence of urine, or enuresis will not he accepted.
N.B. Remedial operations are to he performed prior to entry. No guarantee is given for ultimate acceptance and it should he clearly understood by the candidate that the decision whether an operation is desirable or necessary, is one to be made by his private medical adviser. The school will accept no liability regarding the result of operation or any expense incurred.
VARANASI: When it comes to taking admission to an undergraduate or postgraduate course in the city, nothing can match the hype and excitement of the Banaras Hindu University. The university came alive on Saturday with the beginning of the process of counselling and admissions.
While a number of students, including girls, could be seen visiting the campus along with their parents and guardians for admission to their favourite courses, the central office and various departments also bustled with admission-related activities.
Disapproving of the growing influence of coaching centres that put engineering aspirants through a grind, making it difficult for them to concentrate on their senior secondary examinations, Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal said on Saturday that curtailing the power of such institutions was one of the objectives of the recommendation for a common entrance test.
The coaching institutions “allow the rich and privileged to get their children admitted there and [these students] have a natural advantage [over financially weak students]. Coaching means focussing only on the IIT entrance examination without bothering about Class XII examinations. But this is not the best way to get the best students in the IIT programme,” the Minister said speaking to journalists after the 56th annual convocation of IIT-Kharagpur,
The report of the committee, looking into the proposal for a single-test for engineering admissions, was expected by the beginning of August. “I do not want the students to sit for 20 to 30 examinations. We must reduce the pressure on them and we shall do whatever it takes to lessen the pressure. Many proposals may come our way but we will choose the best for the system that allows the institutions not to depend entirely on one examination for the admission process.”
Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Handicapped University (JRHU) Chitrakoot Uttar Pradesh
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Master of Arts (MA)
Bachelor in Music (BMus)
Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)
Diploma in Photography (DP)
Diploma in Official Management (DOM)
Post Graduation Diploma in Information Technology (PGDIT)
Bachelor in Fine Arts (BFA)
Diploma in Information Technology (DIT)
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Start Date : Thursday, July 08, 2010
Last Date : Thursday, July 15, 2010
NRAI School of Mass Communication and Management (NRAISMCM)
BSc (Mass Communication, Advertisement, and Journalism) + GDMC
MSc (Mass Communication, Advertisement, and Journalism) + PGDMC
BSc (Hotel Management Catering, Technology and Tourism) + GDHM
Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) + GDBA
Master of Business Administration (MBA) + PGDBM
Start Date : Wednesday, July 07, 2010
Manonmaniam Sundaranar University (MSU) Tirunelveli Tamilnadu
Master of Administration (MBA)
MBA (Engineering Integrated)
Start Date : Wednesday, July 07, 2010
School of Planning and Architecture – New Delhi
Start Date : Monday, July 05, 2010
National Institute of Technology (NIT) Patna Bihar
MTech (Electrical Engineering)
MTech (Civil Engineering)
MTech (Mechanical Engineering)
Start Date : Monday, July 05, 2010
Last Date : Thursday, July 22, 2010
Tamilnadu Common Admissions for Engineerning PG Programmes – TANCA
Start Date : Monday, July 05, 2010
Last Date : Monday, July 19, 2010
JSS College of Pharmacy Mysore Karnataka
Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Start Date : Saturday, July 03, 2010
Last Date : Saturday, July 10, 2010
IGNOU B.Arch. Admissions 2010
B.Arch. (Bachelor of Architecture)
Last Date : Tuesday, July 20, 2010
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At IITs, a large numbers of seats are vacant this year after the first allotment of seats. This year, 1, 27,760 OBC candidates appeared for JEE but only 2,357 aspirants could qualify in the exam. The director of IIT Guwahati, Mr. Gautam Barua said, “Our SC seats have not been filled up this year in the first allotment because a lot of candidates did not qualify. We have nine vacancies in the SC quota now.” If vacant seats do not get filled after the allotment of seats then the vacant seats for SC/OBC quota will be transferred to the general category or taken up by the candidates from the last year’s preparatory course.
The Counseling for undergraduate engineering admission has been postponed by a week and now it’s scheduled from 7th July to 14th July. The academic sessions for undergraduate courses which were going to commence in September will now start from the first week of October. The counseling for medical & dental courses is also expected to get delayed. The COMED-K counseling for engineering seats will get delayed too. As per the AICTE, the delay has occurred due to some technical issues. AICTE has dropped the top 7 colleges from the list because their approvals were not updated in the final data including People’s Education Society Institute of Technology (PESIT), MS Ramaiah Institute of Technology (MSRIT), BMS College of Engineering and RV College of Engineering (RVCE). Mr. Aravind Limbavali, Cabinet Minister for Higher Education, Government of Karnataka said, “We can start counseling on July 7 as per the earlier announcement, but if we do that, the meritorious students would not get seats in these top colleges. We don’t want to create trouble for students.”These colleges appealed to include their seats in the matrix for counseling.Aravind Limbavali said, “We have requested the AICTE to at least permit us to use last year’s seat matrix to begin the counseling as per schedule.”
Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has launched three new programs in Economics stream namely, Actuarial Economics, Applied Quantitative Finance and Environmental Economics. The University spokesperson said , “Those interested in pursuing Actuarial Economics, Applied Quantitative Finance and Environmental Economics can now apply at the School of Social Sciences at IGNOU.” IGNOU and Madras School of Economics are jointly offering these programs on a full-time basis. The classes will be held in IGNOU campus at Maidan Garhi and MSE, Chennai. The candidate should have a bachelor’s degree for these programs with sound mathematical or statistical knowledge. Selection will be based on a common entrance test, which will be held on 14th July at Chennai, New Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai centers.