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IMM, Bikaner, has introduced several specialised career oriented New courses

New courses
The Institute of Media Management (IMM), Bikaner, has introduced several specialised career oriented courses such as a year long Post-Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication, Radio Journalism, Television Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations and also a six-month certificate course in Rural Journalism and Photo Journalism. Graduates in any discipline are eligible for the Post Graduate course and the students who have passed 10+2 examination from any recognised board can apply for the certificate course. Candidates seeking admission have to appear in a written test and a personal interview. The fee for the one year Diploma courses is Rs 19,300 and for the six months certificate courses it is Rs.13,000.

Delhi-based institute for Workshop for the underprivileged to empower the children

Workshop for the underprivileged
Aptech, the Delhi-based institute for IT training services, recently concluded a workshop on soft skills development for underprivileged children, to empower the children of the vulnerable section of society. Conducted in association with Hope Foundation, a nonprofit making organisation, the workshop was attended by 11 to 15-year-old children. The children were taught basic communication skills, etiquette and general awareness.

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PAM CAT Common Aptitude Test MCA/MBA

Contact details:
MBA/MCA Entrance Test Cell
Department of Commerce
Arts Block No. 6 (Second Floor)

Introduction of PAM CAT
Punjab Admission to MCA Common Aptitude Test is conducted by Punjabi University, Patiala on behalf of the Punjab government. The university offers admission to MBA and MCA programs in the colleges affiliated to Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar and Punjabi University, Patiala.

Important dates of PAM CAT
1. Last week of june-first week of july – last date for submission of application forms.
2. Mid july – entrance exam and the timings will be from 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
3. 4th week of july – declaration of result.
4. 4th week of july – first counseling
Documents to be attached along with the application form:
1. 10th certificate
2. 10+2 Detailed Marks Certificate
3. Qualifying Examination Certificate.
4. Reserve Category Certificate, if any.
5. Residence Certificate.

Eligibility criteria of PAM CAT
1. The candidate appearing for the MBA examination must have a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university.
2. The candidate appearing for the MCA examination must have attained a bachelor’s degree of atleast 3 years with mathematics as a compulsory subject in the class 12th standard.
3. Every university associated with the examination has different eligibility criteria for different courses and the detailed information can be found at this link

Examination pattern for PAM CAT
1. Examination will be conducted in 2 parts. The first part is common to both MBA and MCA. The second will have specific questions for MBA and MCA separately.
2. 150 MCQs in first paper.
3. 50 MCQs in second paper.
Paper -1 Common for both MBA and MCA:
Paper I — Mental and Numerical Ability – 50 MCQs – 50 marks
Paper II — General Knowledge – 50 MCQs – 50 marks
Paper III — General English – 50 MCQs – 50 marks
Paper-2 for MBA candidates only:
Business Aptitude — 50 MCQs – 50 marks

Paper-3 for MCA candidates only:
Mathematics – 50 MCQs – 50 marks

Computer Science – 50 MCQs – 50 marks

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A 12-member youth delegation from Saudi Arabia visited the Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi

JMI receives youth delegation
A 12-member youth delegation from Saudi Arabia visited the Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi. Comprising medical students, engineers and teachers, the youth delegation is in India as part of an exchange programme of the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs. The delegation is headed by Saad Abdul Aziz al-Rasheed, Head, General Services Department of the Presidency of Youth Affairs, Saudi Arabia. The delegation first visited the AJK Mass Communication Research Centre where they interacted with staff and students and were taken on a round of the studios and other technical facilities. Later, they met the Coordinator and student volunteers from the National Service Scheme (Jamia Unit). The Coordinator of the NSS for Jamia, Prof. A. S. Kohli, hosted the Saudis for an informal get-together over tea. Later, the Saudis planted eight saplings as part of the tree plantation drive initiated by the NSS on the Jamia campus.

Media Seminar of Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi University

Media Seminar
The Department of Mass Media and Mass Communication (MMMC) of Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi University recently held its third national media seminar on, Meet the Media, with the topic of discussion being, Reel and Real: The Diminishing Lines, attracting scores of students from Delhi and NCR and facilitating a student-media interaction. Speakers spoke about how real life is represented on screen and how reality is manipulated, supporting it with their own reel as well as real life experiences. The distinguished speakers who participated in the discussion included Anurag Basu, Rajdeep Sardesai and Pranab Mukherjee among others.

NXP Semiconductors has announced signing a definitive agreement with IIT-Delhi to fund research activities

Research Funded
NXP Semiconductors has announced signing a definitive agreement with IIT-Delhi to fund research activities in India. Further, NXP and NT-Bombay are working towards a formal agreement by which NXP would become a member of the VLSI research consortium at NT Bombay. Under the aegis of its existing academic relations programme, the company has committed a total spend of S 1.5 million on its academic programme, over a period of five years, building a potential talent and research pool for the emerging semiconductor ecosystem in India. The institutes will undertake projects in the areas of next-generation VLSI technologies, system prototyping, connectivity and fourth generation mobile communications. NXP has also announced that it would embark on setting up a digital media laboratory in a leading technical, institute in approximately six months.

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GGSIPU has significantly increased the intake for its various academic programmes

Increased intake at GGSIPU
Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) has significantly increased the intake for its various academic programmes, for the 2007-08 academic session. In total it will now offer 1760 more seats in the forthcoming session than the previous year. The university has revised the intake in several of its sought after courses. This includes B.Tech, in which 600 seats have been added this year; BBA, with 240 more seats; B.Ed with 300 added seats; MBA has 250 additional seats; 103 more seats have been added in BCA; 70 seats in B.A. LLB; MCA now includes 90 more seats; and the Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication has 15 additional seats.

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SAIMC, held batch of journalism, advertising and PR and audiovisual communication students

Convocation at SAIMC
Sri Aurobindo Institute of Mass Communication (SAIMC), a unit of the Sri Aurobindo Society, held the convocation for its 2006-07 batch of journalism, advertising and PR and audiovisual communication students. Dr Kiran Bedi, Director General of Police, Bureau of Police Research, Government of India, presented the diplomas to the students

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CIPET Central Institute of Plastic Engineering & Technology

Contact details:
Chief Manager (Training & Planning)
CIPET – Corporate
T V K Industrial Estate
Guindy, Chennai – 600 032

Central Institute of Plastic Engineering & Technology is one of the leading institutes for developing ATR for the plastic industries where ATR stands for Academic, Technology Support & Research. There are 15 CIPET campuses throughout India and Central Institute of Plastic Engineering & Technology has done really well from its modest beginning in the year 1968. CIPET provides admission to various courses in the field of Plastics Engineering & Technology.

Eligibility criteria of CIPET
1. For admission to the post graduate courses the candidate must not be more than 21 years of age and must have B.Tech or M.Sc degree in selected courses.

2. For admission to the post graduate diploma programs the maximum allowable age is 26 years and the candidate must have a B.E/B.Tech or B.Sc engineering degree in some selected courses.

Courses offered by CIPET
1. M.Tech.(PT/PE)
2. Post Graduate Diploma in Plastics Processing & Testing (PGD-PPT)
3. Post Graduate Diploma in Plastics Engineering (PGD-PE)
4. Post Graduate Diploma in CAD/CAM for Plastics Engineering (PGD-Cad PE)
5. Post Diploma Program in Machine Maintenance (PD-MM)
6. Post Diploma Program in CAD/CAM for Plastics Mould Design (PD-Cad PMD)
7. Diploma/Post Diploma Integrated Program in Plastics Mould Technology (PD-PMT/DPMT)
8. Diploma/Post Diploma Integrated Program in Plastics Technology (PD-PT/DPT)

Proposed important dates of CIPET
1. May 09 – issue of application forms
2. Mid june 09 – deadline for submission of completed application forms.
3. Mid july 09 – entrance examination
4. Mid august 09 – commencement of courses

There is no such precise information about the syllabus available yet but you can find yourself some hint about what are the different courses and what actually you are going to do in those courses and some idea of the syllabus also from this link:cipet syllabus

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DA-IICT Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology

Contact details of DA-IICT
Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology,
Near Indroda Circle,
Gandhinagar – 382 007, Gujarat, India

Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DA-IICT) conducts examination each year for the students aspiring to pursue B.Tech. Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology is a premier institute of reliance. The admission to DA-IICT depends upon the performance of the candidate in the AIEEE examination.

Important dates of DA-IICT

1. 24-03-09 to 21-04-09 – availability of application forms along with information brochure.
2. 25-04-09 – deadline for receipt of completed application form by the university.
3. 27-04-09 – date of AIEEE examination.

Please take care that the dates are only proposed, these are not final. The post will be updated as soon as the dates are released officially.

Eligibility criteria of DA-IICT

1. The only eligibility criterion is that the candidate must be clear pass in the class 12th board examination or any equivalent examination.
2. The candidates who will be appearing for the class 12th examination in the same year can also apply for the examination but they will have to submit provisional certificate at the time of admission.

School of Mass Communication is offering twin graduate programmes in BSC electronic media and BSC MCAJ

Admissions Open
Editworks School of Mass Communication is offering twin graduate programmes in BSC electronic media and BSC MCAJ. Eligibility for the three-year BSC electronic media and BSC MCAJ is 10+2. Other courses offered by the institute include the six-month non-linear editing course (10+2), bachelor in journalism (one year), PG diploma in TV journalism (one year), news reading and reporting (six months). The last date for submission of applications is May 5.

IMT Ghaziabad held residential programme on sports management for sports persons of ONGC

Development programme for sports persons
IMT Ghaziabad held a six-day in company, residential programme on sports management for sports persons of ONGC. The programme covered topics like basic concepts in Management; Understanding of Ones Self; Group Dynamic Interpersonal Relation & Conflict Resolution; Attitude Building and Positive Thinking; Creativity and Problem Solving; Communication & Presentation; Team Building and Working; Stress Management and Yoga for fitness.

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A Europe without borders – the opportunities and threats to our higher education system

The strengths and weaknesses of higher education in Malta was discussed in a seminar Chevening Alumni, a professional public higher education and the private sector. Christopher P. Buttigieg, Secretary-General, Chevening Alumni Association of Malta reports

Manpower Malta is the most important natural resource. A skilled, flexible and adequate manpower trained to ensure economic and social development of our country. In fact, it is generally accepted that the main key to generate economic growth in Malta is located in the general educational attainment of citizens of our country. For the education system for the type of graduates and workers who are in Malta, it is of fundamental importance to our politicians and our educators planning and management of the safety of our youth to higher education in sectors in which Malta has the potential for further development and growth. Furthermore, it is also important to devote to Malta, a high degree of attention, including financial resources for the education sector to ensure that courses on all levels of our education system, Top-notch.

Over the past ten years we have seen an increasing influx of foreign universities which offer their services to Malta. The possibility of transportation or education without frontiers ahead, either in the form of distance education or the establishment of branches in the campus Malta, presented the opportunities and risks for the education system in place. What kind of course, are foreign universities, which Malta? These courses an acceptable level? In addition, the University of Malta has undertaken the necessary reforms to be able to face this tough competition from abroad? On Friday, 11 April, the Chevening Alumni Association of Malta, in collaboration with the British High Commission, organized in the late afternoon, a seminar on the impact of a Europe without borders Malta on the education system.

Prof. Juanito Camilleri, the rector of the University of Malta, president of the seminar, putting the public with an interesting overview of higher education in a global context. He also explained the possible effects of competition in the Global players from the University of Malta and delved into the nature and how our university is the development, the changes that are being established and its vision for the future of our university. Given the good level of financial resources and changes in the governance structure of the University of Malta, Professor Camilleri is convinced that our universities can compete with the best ranking universities abroad. Regarding the provision of higher education in foreign universities Malta, Professor Camilleri welcomes this development as a provider of these services to contribute to the progress of the Constitution of Malta education system, for example Through investments in community development Maltese research. He also stressed that appropriate regulation should be put in place to ensure that only the best universities are allowed, their services in Malta.

Jacques Sciberras, the Chief Executive Officer of the National Commission for Higher Education (NCHE), said the government plans regarding the regulation of the education sector Maltese focuses on proposals of the NCHE during the year 2007. In particular, he explained the nature and the manner in which the proposal formal accreditation and quality assurance for executives and their suppliers programs are structured NCHE proposals are once again putting them into practice.

Reuben Buttigieg, the chairman of the education branch of the Malta Institute of Management (MIM), called the government’s plan for Malta to a service centre for higher education and outlined the challenges that gave rise to Malta face, if it wants to achieve this objective Objective. In particular, it draws attention to the fact that Malta does not have a framework of accreditation to certify service providers Maltese, MIM, export their services outside Malta. It is the Maltese education at a disadvantage with foreign service providers. Mr. Buttigieg, furthermore, that MIM is firmly convinced that Malta could become an international centre of excellence in the fields of education and that this vision is to reach the limits of proper coordination of activities between the Government of Malta, government agencies, NGOs and different suppliers of training programme in Malta.

The British High Commissioner, Mr. Nick Archer, commended the graduates for the initiative and explains the importance of ensuring that only serious operators for the education of their services in Malta. He added that, given the presence of UK universities in Malta, this objective is a priority for the High Commission.