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Post Graduate Programme in Agribusiness Management (PGPABM)


Candidates should have any of the following qualifications:

(a)   A Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Science/Agriculture Engineering or allied subjects with at least 50% marks (45% in case of SC/ST/PWD category).


(b)  A Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks (45% in case of SC/ST/PWD category) or equivalent and with at least two years experience or strong interest in the filled of Agriculture or allied sector.

For details, please visit IIML website:

How to Apply:

Admission: Admission will be through a competitive written examination conducted by IIM Lucknow at NOIDA or New Delhi on Sunday, 24 April 2011. The written examination will be held on the pattern of Common Admission Tests (CAT) of IIMs. The short listed candidates after the written examination will go through a Group Discussion and Personal Interview (GD/PI). Application Form along with prospectus is available online at


Reservation: As per Govt, of India rules

Test Centre: NOIDA and/or New Delhi

Schedule: Thursdays and Fridays: 6.15 pm - 9.30 pm: Saturdays: 2.30 pm - 9.30 pm

Class: Classes will be held at IIM Lucknow Noida Campus.


Administrative Officer, Admission Office

Indian Institute of Management Lucknow

Noida Campus

B-1, Sector 62, Noida - 201307 (UP)

Phone: 0120 - 6681081, 6681002. E-mail:


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Dronacharya College of Engineering, DCE, Dronacharya College of Engineering, DCE, DCE, Admission 2011-2012, DCE, Results 2011-2012, DCE, BTech, BE, MTech, MCA, ME, MBA, Admission Course 2011-2012

Bachelor of Technology BTech


ü       Passed 10+2 (Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects: Chemistry/Bio-Tech/Computer Science/Biology with minimum 50% marks.

ü       Passed 3 year Diploma and having 60% marks from recognized Board of Technical Education, Or candidates must have passed BSc (Graduate with Mathematics as a compulsory subject and with a minimum of 60% marks in the aggregate.

ü       Three years degree course from any recognized university securing minimum 50% marks in aggregate.

ü       Three Years degree course from any recognized university securing minimum 50% marks in aggregate. Candidates must have Mathematics at 10+2 level or at Bachelor degree level.

How to Apply:

Demand Draft of Rs. 750/- in favour of “Dronacharaya College of Engineering”, Payable at Greater Noida.


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Pondicherry University, Directorate of Distance Education, PUDDE, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, PUDDE, PUDDE, Admission 2011-2012, PUDDE, Results 2011-2012, PUDDE, BTech, BE, MTech, MCA, ME, MBA, Admission Course 2011-2012

Master of Business Administration (MBA) (Marketing)

Master of Commerce (MCom) (Finance)

Master of Business Administration (MBA) (Human Resource Management)

Master of Business Administration (MBA) (International Business)

Master of Arts (MA) (English)


Any Degree from a recognized University. Admission is open to persons all over India. The medium of instruction for all programmes except Tamil and Hindi is English only. Personal Contact Programme Classes (PCP) is compulsory. The MBA programmes alone are run on semester pattern.

How to Apply:

The application form with information brochure with postal charge can be obtained on payment of Rs.150/- by Demand Draft, drawn in favour of “The Finance Officer, Pondicherry University, Puducherry”, payable at Pondicherry by sending it to the Director, Directorate of Distance Education, Pondicherry University, Puducherry–605014, with a requisition and two self addressed slips. Candidates possessing requisite qualification or awaiting results are eligible to apply.


Contact: The Director Directorate of Distance Education, Pondicherry University, R.V. Nagar, Kalapet, Puducherry – 605 014. Phone: 0413 – 2655257 & 2654439 Fax: 0413-2655258 Email:


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MPhil [Specialization in: Marine Biotechnology, Marine Microbiology]


PG degree from any recognized universities, in any branch of Life Sciences with not less than 55%. Candidates a waiting for final year results also can apply.

How to Apply:

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Contact here:

AMET University, AMETU

(Under Sec. 3 UGC Act 1956)
5107, H2, 2nd Avenue, Anna Nagar Chennai Tamil Nadu, Phone-No: 91-44-26161438/1180/2031 Fax: 91-44-26162827, Email:,


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Maharaja Institute of Engineering and Technology, MIET, Maharaja Institute of Engineering and Technology, MIET, MIET, Admission 2011-2012, MIET, Results 2011-2012, MIET, MCom, MSc, MCA, ME, MBA, Admission Course 2011-2012

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

2 Year



How to Apply:

Admission is purely based on University norms. The application form for admission should duly completed in all respects i.e. required document, photographs & attestation along with fee in DD/Cash Mode prescribed for the desired course. (Demand draft in favor of MAHARAJA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY payable at Jaipur.)


§          Fee deposited once will not be refundable or transferable in any case.

§          Institute has the right to add/delete/change the syllaby, Course structure. fee structure, rules & regulations as & when required, as per change in the environment.

§          Institute will forward the form to the University only after depositing the full amount of the fee prescribed for the course & filling the application form duly completed in all respects.

§          75% attendance is must in every regular course otherwise candidate will not be permitted to appear in University examination.

§          25-30% internal assessment will be based on the candidates attendance, his performance in the class test & his behavior in the institute.

§          In any circumstances if candidate fails to appear in the examination, Institute will not be responsible for it & candidate has no right to legally object on it.

§          Institute is not bound to intimate the dates prescribed for the examinations by the university.

§          Remaining amount of the fee should be deposited within one month form the date of registration: otherwise the registration of the candidate will be cancelled.

§          Any dispute arising in matter including admission, lessons, examinations, fees and any other disputes will be subject to jurisdictions of Jaipur only.


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Institute of Management Technology Centre for Distance Learning, IMTCDL, IMTCDL Ghaziabad, IMTCDL, IMTCDL Ghaziabad, IMTCDL website, IMTCDL Ghaziabad College, IMTCDL, IMTCDL admission 2011 – 2012, IMTCDL PGDHRM courses, IMTCDL PGDM courses 2011.

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) [Specializations are offered in Finance, Marketing, Systems, Operations, Human Resource Management and International Business. Courses is being offered in Offline/Online Mode]

2 Years


The candidates should have a Bachelors Degree in any discipline

How to Apply:

For application forms and prospectus, send a Demand Draft of Rs.1100/- to IMT-CDL, A-16, Site-3, UPSIDC industrial Area, Meerut Road, Ghaziabad in favour of IMT-CDL, payable at Delhi.


Forms are also available at information centers.


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Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, IICT, IICT, Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, IICT, IICT, Admission 2011-2012, IICT, Results 2011-2012, IICT, BTech, BE, MTech, MCA, ME, MBA, Admission Course 2011-2012

BTech (Specialization in: Advance in Carpet Technology, Home Textile technology, Textile Design Technology)



On the basis of performance in 12th (10+2) examination conducted by approved board. Reservation as per Govt. Rules.


General Category                                                         Relaxed Category


Minimum overall aggregate: 60%                                                Minimum overall aggregate: 50%

Minimum PCM aggregate: 65%                                        Minimum overall aggregate: 55%

How to Apply

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The complete application must reach to the institute latest by August 2011 on the abovementioned address. The shortlisted candidates are to report in the institute on 27 August 2011 at 10.30 a.m. with all original documents. The fee details and other relevant information are given in the application form. The names of the shortlisted candidates/or relevant notification may be seen on the institute website on 21 August 2011.


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Admission Helpline:- UG admissions: Scores not sole criterion in other countries

At a time when reforms are being introduced to de-stress the education system, high cutoffs at Delhi University are being seen as a setback to modernizing higher education in India.

A preview of undergraduate admissions in other countries shows that marks of 'one single examination' cannot be the sole criterion to admit students in colleges. The focus of western countries is on a 'full and rounded view of all applicants'.

Peter J Quagliaroli of Groton School, Massachusetts, said, "Admission to selective colleges and universities in the United States is based on the confluence of a host of critical factors." Students are evaluated on their numerical profile - a holistic review of their cumulative grade point average (GPA), their SAT or ACT score, their scores on various Subject Tests (SAT II) and Advanced Placement exams. Also, the student's application itself, which sometimes includes an interview, holds weightage in nearly all admissions decisions in the US.

"Students who put together an authentic application that includes thoughtful and revealing essays are certainly at an advantage," added Quagliaroli. Besides, counsellor and teacher recommendations from high school carry weight in the decision-making process. So do athletics and extra-curricular activities.

However, in the UK, there is no standard or average entry requirement that covers all universities. It varies from one university to another and depends on the type of course. Often there is a link between high demand for a course and higher entry requirements. Students apply via UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) which is a centralized application system, which allows them to apply to five institutions. The application form includes predicted grades, relevant subjects, statement of purpose and a reference letter from a professor/teacher in school/college.

"On the basis of these an offer is made to a student. The offers are conditional on meeting adequate grades in examinations. Most students in the UK follow the A level and IB pattern of education," said Kaushik Mitra, education adviser in India, University of Sussex.

While Gareth Morgan from Universities UK (the representative organisation for UK's universities), added that the UCAS Tariff is a system which allows students to use a range of different qualifications to help secure a place in an undergraduate course.

Admission Helpline:- What They Said: Delhi University Admission Blues

India Real Time presents a round-up of commentary and analysis of one of the week’s key news events – the Delhi University’s announcement of cut-off lists – with places at Shri Ram College of Commerce only available to students scoring 100% in exams.

Education Minister Kapil Sibal slammed the move as “irrational” and “exclusionary,” but Delhi University’s colleges have defended it as the best way to deal with the problem of over-admission.

Here’s what some columnists in India had to say:

Ranabir Majumdar, writing on Web site, said: “The Delhi University admission race seems like a scramble to land yourself with a share allotment in an Initial Public Offering.”

“In a country where course curricula and evaluation standards vary from one education board to another, Delhi University is following a process that looks at only the marks as the sole criterion, irrespective of the board the student comes from. This is bound to create more tension between Delhi University aspirants and has the potential to snowball into a much larger issue,” he said.

In an editorial titled, “College admission: It’s getting absurd”, The Asian Age newspaper said “if the pond is brimming over at Delhi University, other universities in the country too would be catching the disease sooner or later for the rising overflow is bound to hit them.”

“The question is: Where will all the toppers go? To America obviously, in droves, and also to fairly ordinary institutions in Britain, Europe, Australia or Singapore, to name a few popular destinations. As a result of the outflow, the cost of education at foreign universities for Indians could shoot up, not to mention sociological downsides related to race attacks against Indians,” the editorial added.

Referring to the “stratospheric cut-off criteria” in courses and colleges, the India Today magazine Friday said on its Web site that hundreds of students rushed to get a hold of their allotted seats wherever they could, lest they lose out on a seat altogether.

“The uncertainty among aspirants is rooted in the absurdity of the cut-offs declared by colleges. Aspiration was pitted against opportunity. The former lost,” it said.

The Times of India newspaper, carried the editorial “Learn the lesson”, which said: “This indicates a deeper malaise plaguing our higher education system.”

“Both [government and academic community] must realize that the education pie needs to be enlarged by bringing in more private players in the field. There’s a case for institutional and private philanthropy in higher education as well. Investments, however, will only be forthcoming if the sector is freed up, giving greater independence to institutions. Policy reform, based on this shift in perspective, is imperative to give higher education the boost it so badly needs.”

Admissionhelp : Admission Helpline No. 011-41324643 for Students and Parents

Admission Help Line of helps students and parents in offering guidance to admission to different colleges and institutions.


Although granting admission to eligible students is the sole responsibility of the colleges, we only act as the facilitator between our partner colleges and registered students/ users. We often send the interest of the students to the colleges to receive direct information from the colleges regarding the admission procedure, last dates, fees etc in the email box of our users.

We also help students in facilitating admission to the colleges in the Management quota/ NRI seats without involving ourselves in any financial transaction. To name few colleges with whom we have tide up to facilitate admission are:

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