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Post-Graduate Indira Gandhi Scholarship for Single Girl Child For PG Programs 2013-15

INTRODUCTION
It is observed that number of girls as against boys in certain states is declining which is a matter of
 great concern. The females are even forced to give birth to male child. In such circumstances education
 of women needs to be used and effective means for their empowerment and education will prepare
 them to have a control over their lives. The mindset which militates against the girl child could not keep
 pace with economic progress and literacy. The Govt. of India declared elementary education as a basic
 human right of every child. The Union Government of India has taken various steps to uplift the status
 of women by implementing various schemes including free education for girls.

In order to achieve and promote girls education, UGC has introduced a Post Graduate Indira Gandhi

 Scholarship for Single Girl Child with an aim to compensate direct costs of girl education to all levels
 especially for such girls who happen to be the only girl child in their family.

Education can help India overcome moral challenges

The people of the country need to make an extra effort to surmount the contemporary moral challenges, President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday said, stressing the need to focus on education for India to be "truly developed". 

"Educational institutions have a pivotal role to inculcate in our youth the core civilizational values of love for motherland, performance of duty, compassion for all, tolerance for pluralism, respect for women, honesty in life, self-restraint in conduct, responsibility in action and discipline," the President said at the 12th convocation ceremony of Rajiv GandhiUniversity here. 

Asserting that education is the bedrock of an enlightened society, he said a good education breeds tolerance for divergent views. 

"Our country has done well in terms of economic development. Yet, we cannot claim to have evolved into a truly developed society," he said. 

"Development is not only about factories, dams and roads. Development, to my mind, is about people, their values and their devotion to spiritual and cultural heritage of our nation." 

"At a time when we, as a nation, have to make an extra effort to surmount the contemporary moral challenges, it is holistic education that must play a definitive role in shaping our values," Mukherjee said. 

The President, who was on a two-day visit to the north eastern state, expressed concerns over the declining standard of country's higher education and suggested its overhaul. 

"Today, our universities lag behind the best universities in the world. According to an international survey, an Indian university or an institution is missing from the top 200 ranks. Naturally, we feel shock," he said. source

Studying at the click of the mouse, e-tuitions getting popular

Tired of being unable to concentrate in a crowded classroom or comprehend what is being taught? Online or e-tuition sites, complete with lucidly illustrated examples and tests, are gaining in popularity with students able to study in the comfort of their homes and at a time of their choice. 

Websites like Futor, Meritnation and Extramarksoffer children online interactive study material and tools to work with at the click of the mouse. 

"Schools do not have a personalised teaching approach. The same concepts are repeated, without considering a child's individual learning capacity. Sometimes a child does not understand a concept and the doubt goes untended. Despite this, the ultimate blame falls on the child," Manish Chaturvedi, CEO, Futor, told IANS. 

He said that Futor plugs in such learning gaps by providing students with an innovative online practice platform and game-based learning method. It is offering coaching in mathematics, physics and chemistry. Futor plans to add English to the list by next year, Chaturvedi said. 

"With such interactive teaching tools you are definitely ahead of a conventional tutor who does not have such methods at his disposal. Even the cost works out to be cheaper," he said. 

"We generally conduct 10-12 classes per month, the cost for which ranges between Rs 1,500 and Rs 1,800," Chaturvedi told IANS. 

Pavan Chauhan, co-founder and managing director, Meritnation.com, said that online teaching sites are now proving popular with students living in smaller towns and cities by providing them the best possible learning aids at an affordable price. 

"Meritnation.com offers interactive exercises, video-based tutorials, learning games, interactive tests and worksheets, and a fortnightly test series in math and science for all grades called the 'Live Test Series'. This helps students across India to benchmark themselves against their peers," Chauhan told IANS. 

He said that a sizable portion of the content on Meritnation is available for free. The annual packages range from Rs 2,500 to Rs 10,000 (for an advanced Test Prep course for competitive exams like the joint entrance examination for engineering colleges IIT JEE). 

Students who subscribe to such e-studying portals rate them higher than traditional tuition classes citing comfort, convenience and affordability. 

"You can adjust your study time to your convenience. You are also saved the bother of having to travel to tuition classes, which also saves on time. Besides, such tutorials come without any teacher bias and peer pressure," Sukanya Upadhyaya, a Class 11 student, told IANS. 

According to Manju Bhattacharya, a government school teacher, online teaching portals are useful as students are able to devote as long as they want on a chapter, and progress to the next chapter only when they have understood the concepts. 

"Though it might get boring to study alone at times, online teaching modules are interactive and make the lessons riveting, which interests the child and makes him or her want to learn further," Bhattacharya told IANS. 

But Sumeet Kumar, a teacher at Jayesh Tutorials in southwest Delhi, feels that a student learning alone cannot be fruitful. 

"I am not in favour of classrooms where a large number of students are taught using a microphone or otherwise. But neither do I believe that a child learns better when taught alone." 

"When studying in a group, students sometimes tend to learn more through the questions asked by fellow mates. An ideal teaching group should comprise six to eight students," said Kumar. 

Bhattacharya, however, feels e-tuitions certainly has given students a choice that was not there a couple of years ago. 

"There are students who would like the pace to be slow so that the concepts are clear. What these online sites provide is more choices to students. They (students) can go for tuitions as well as for online educational sites. It is up to them. At the end of the day, what matters is understanding," she said. source

IIT-Madras students win Nissan Global Foundation Scholarship

Nissan and Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT-M) have awarded two IIT-M students with the fourth annual Nissan Global Foundation Scholarship. Suraj Vallamkonda and Sripriya Kalidoss, both from Mechanical Engineering department, were selected by a joint committee of Nissan Global Foundation and IIT Madras (IIT-M). 

In addition to a financial grant for two years, amounting to Rs 1.2 lakh, Vallamkonda and Kalidoss will also get to visit Nissan headquarters, production plant and R&D centre in Japan plus an internship at Renault Nissan Technology and Business Centre India Pvt Ltd (RNTBCI). 

The scholarship has a rigorous selection process involving interviews by IIT Professors and NGF officials to assess the technical and leadership abilities of candidates. The two recipients of this prestigious scholarship were chosen from amongst more than 50 students. 

Apart from the scholarship programme, Nissan is actively engaged in collaborative research projects with IIT Madras in advanced areas of automobile technology. 'Nissan Support Program' supports Research & Development projects at IIT-M in the areas of engineering, science, management, humanities and social sciences. 

"Around five projects are chosen for funding every year based on proposals from young faculty of IIT-M. This further emphasizes Nissan's commitment in the field of education and research in India. Currently, there are more than ten projects being carried out under this scheme," a press release said. source

Rajasthan Judicial Services Competitive Exam 2011 (Preliminary) on 21 December 2011

The Rajasthan Public Service Commission held Rajasthan Judicial Services Competitive Exam 2011 (Preliminary) on 21 December 2011. The following is the question paper of RJS Prelims 2011.
 
Time : 2.00 Hours                                                Maximum Marks : 120
INSTRUCTIONS
1. Answer all questions.
2. All questions carry equal marks.
3. Only one answer is to be given for each question.
4. If more than one answers are marked, it would be trated as wrong answer.
5. Each question has four alternative responses marked serially as 1, 2, 3, 4 You have to darken only one circle or bubble indicating the correct answer on the Answer Sheet using BLUE BALL POINT PEN.
6. 1/3 part of the mark(s) of each question will be deducted for each wrong answer. (A wrong answer means an incorrect answer or more than one answers for any question. Leaving all the relevant circles or bubbles of any question blank will not be considered as wrong answer).
7. The candidate should ensure that Series Code of the Question Paper Booklet and Answer Sheet must be same after opening the envelopes. In case they are different, a candidate must obtain another question paper of the same series. Candidate himself shall be responsible for ensuring this.
8. Mobile Phone or any other electronics gadget in the examination hall is strictly prohibited. A candidate found with any of such objectionable material with him/her will be strictly dealt as per rules.
9. Please correctly fill your Roll Number in O.M.R Sheet. 5 marks will be deducted for filling wrong or incomplete Roll Number.
10. If there is any sort of ambiguity/mistake either of printing or factual nature then out of Hindi and English Version will be treated as standard.
Warning : If a candidate is found copying or if any unauthorised material is found in his/her possession. F.I.R would be lodged against him/her in the Police Station and he/she would liable to be prosecuted under Section 3 of the R.P.E. (Prevention of Unfairmeans) Act, 1992. Commission may also debar him/her permanently from all future examinations of the Commission.


1. Which one of the following statements is correct ?
(1) The Principal offender must have the same guilty mind as that of the abettor.
(2) Abettor’s liability is dependent on the liability of the principal offender.
(3) Abettor and principal offender may be differently liable for different offences.
(4) If the abettor is innocent, the principal offender is also not liable.

2. Which one of the following correctly distinguishes theft from extortion ?
(1) In theft movable property must be dishonestly taken whereas in extortion there is delivery of the thing extorted.
(2) The extortion there must be dishonest intention whereas in theft the same is not necessary.
(3) Theft requires dishonest intention whereas extortion requires fraudulent intention.
(4) Theft is an offence against movable property.

3. ’A’ intentionally causes ‘Z’s’ death partly by illegally omitting to give ‘Z’ food and partly by beating ‘Z’, ‘A’ is liable for murder by virtue of which one of the following sections of the Indian Penal Code?
(1) Section 36
(2) Section 37
(3) Section 34
(4) Section 35

4. 'A' signs his own name to a bill exchange, intending that it may be beleived that the bill was drawn by another person of the same name. 'A' has committed

(1) Forgery
(2) Forgery for the purpose of cheating 
(3) Cheating by personation
(4) Attempt to commit forgery

5. 'A', a Spanish citizen, who was residing in Paris, instigated the commission of an offence which in consequence was commited in India. He
(1) is a liable as the offence was committed in India
(2) is liable since the Indian Penal Code also extends to extra-territorial acts
(3) Can be held liable because the offence was to be committed in India.
(4) Cannot be held liable because instigation was not given on Indian territory.

6. Offence under Chapter IV of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act. 1985 are cognizable
(1) but bailable 
(2) as well as non cognizable
(3) and compoundable 
(4) and non bailable

7. The establishment of a sessions Court as a special court to try offences under the scheduled Caste and Scheduled tribe (prevention of Atrocities) Act. 1989 requires concurrence of
(1) State government 
(2) Chief Justice of the concerned High Court
(3) District Judge of the concerned area 
(4) Advocate General of the State

8. Any person aggrieved by the order made by the competent authority under the juvenile justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 can appeal to
(1) The Sessions Court
(2) The High Court
(3) Home Minister 
(4) Chief Judicial Magistrate

9. Which one of the following is not a condition precedent to the release of an offender on probation under section 4, Probation of Offenders Act, 1958?
(1) Circumstances of the case
(2) Nature of the offence
(3) Character of the offender
(4) Amount of damage caused by the offender 

10. Which one of the following is not theft of electricity?
(1) Using electricity through a tampered meter
(2) Tapping of any connection with underground cables
(3) Using electricity for the purpose other than the authorised 
(4) Using electricity as per the licence  

Result of Screening Test for Recruitment to the Posts of Programmers of MD University Rohtak

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MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAK
(A State University established under Haryana Act No. XXV of 1975) 
'A' Grade University Accredited by NAAC

M D University Rohtak declare the Result of Screening Test Held on 24.11.2013 for Recruitment to the Posts of Programmers

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