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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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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

For details, and application format visit our website

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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    Bharath University, BU, Chennai, BU Chennai, BU, BU Chennai, BU website, BU Chennai engineering college, BU, BU admission 2011 – 2012, BU management courses.

    BTech (Industrial Bio-Technology)


    A pass in 10 +2 or its equivalent and minimum 60% aggregate in Biology, Physics & Chemistry


    Admission to the B.Tech Programmes will be on the basis of qualifying examination and entrance exam marks. For Eligibility click here  


    Entrance Examination Centers: Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkatta, Delhi and Mumbai

    How to Apply:

    The application form along with prospectus can be obtained in person from the University Admission Office or Corporate Office on Payment of Rs.750/- or by post on payment of Rs.800/- by Demand Draft drawn in favour of "Bharath University" payable at Chennai. The application form can also be downloaded from the site and filled up application form sent to university admission office/ corporate office. No.1, First Main Road, Kasturibai Nagar, Adyar, Chennai-600020 Ph: 044-2440 4699/ 2445 3414/ Mobile: 9710679099 / 9710679499 Fax: 044- 24453414 For Admissions contact: + 91 - 44 - 2229 0247, 2440 4699, 2445 3414


    Last date for receiving completed Application form: 01st May 2011

    Entrance Exam will be on: 15th May 2011


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    Delhi University Medical-Dental Entrance Test 2011-2012, DUMET 2011-2012

    University of Delhi Faculty of Medical Sciences, UDFMS

            Faculty of Medical Sciences

                                                                6th Floor, Vallabhai Patel Chest Institute Building

                                                                           University of Delhi, Delhi-110007

    Phone: +91-11-27667647, 27662764, 27662208      

                 Fax: +91-11-27662763      

    The Delhi University Medical-Dental Entrance Test (DUMET)-2011 for admission to Under-Graduate courses (MBBS/BDS) 85% quota will be held on Sunday, 22nd May 2011 at Delhi only. Interested candidates may apply on the prescribed application form.

    Educational Qualification for admission to MBBS/BDS course: The candidates must have passed 12th class examination under 10+2 system with required subjects, i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English from a recognised school conducting regular classes and situated within the National Capital Territory of Delhi. The candidates must have passed in the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English separately and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks (40% marks for candidates belonging to SC/ST category and 45% marks in case of OBC category) taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The candidates must have studied 11th and 12th classes regularly from a recognised school situated within the National Capital Territory of Delhi.

    Female candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/Children, Widows and Wives of Armed & Para Military Personnel (CWWAPP category) killed or disabled in action in wars 1947-48 onwards and wards of Ex-servicemen personnel and serving personnel of the Defence /Armed Forces and all Police Forces who are in receipt of Gallantry Awards, who have passed qualifying examination from Indian Boards/Universities or Foreign Boards/Universities may also apply for admission to Lady Hardinge Medical College only and have to come for Counselling. They would be offered admission to LHMC only on the basis of their merit in the DUMET-2011. The condition of studying 11th and 12th class from a school situated within the National Capital Territory of Delhi shall not be applicable to these candidates.


    (i)    The Physically Handicapped candidates having disability of lower limbs from 50% to 70% are eligible and may apply as per the guidelines of the Medical Council of India.

    (ii)  In the event of all the seats reserved for PH category not being filled up from among the Physically Handicapped candidates with the above stipulated physical disability then the seats will be offered to the candidates within the physically disability of 40% to 50%.

    How to Apply:

    The application form along with Bulletin of Information (BOI) is obtainable from the office of the Deputy Registrar, Faculty of Medical Sciences, 7th Floor, V. P. Chest Institute Building, University of Delhi, Delhi- 110007, against a Bank Draft/ Banker’s Cheque drawn on any Nationalised Bank in favour of ‘Registrar, University of Delhi’ payable at Delhi, in the following manner:

    (i)    Sale of Bulletin of Information w.e.f. 24th January, 2011.

    (ii)  BY HAND: for 750/- (Seven Hundred Fifty only) for General and OBC category candidates and 550/- (Five Hundred Fifty only) for SC/ST/PH category candidates between 09:30 A.M. to 03:00 P.M. on all working days from 24th January, 2011 to 07th March, 2011. No cash payment will be accepted.

    (iii)BY POST: for 800/- (Eight Hundred only) for General and OBC category candidates and 600/- (Six Hundred only) for SC/ST/PH category candidates, along with a self addressed envelop of 12" X 10" upto 11th February 2011.

    Note: SC/ST/PH candidates are requested to bring/send a copy of the Caste Certificate/PH Certificate for obtaining Bulletin of Information.

    The application form along with BOI can also be obtained, by hand only, from Lady Hardinge Medical College, Maulana Azad Medical College and University College of Medical Sciences.

    Applications Form may also be downloaded from our websites and submit the same, duly filled in and complete in all respects with requisite Demand Draft, to the office of the Deputy Registrar, Faculty of Medical Sciences, 6th Floor, V. P. Chest Institute Building, University of Delhi, Delhi- 110007 on or before 07th March, 2011 upto 03:00 P.M.


    1.      The last date for receipt of request for supply of the application form along with BOI by POST is 11th February, 2011.

    2.      The candidate should mention his/ her name, address and telephone number at the back of the Bank Draft/ Banker’s Cheque. The candidates are advised to retain a photocopy of the Bank Draft/ Banker’s Cheque.

    3.       Incomplete applications will be summarily rejected.

    4.      The same Admission Notice is available at our websites

    5.      For detailed information please consult the Bulletin of Information-2011.

    à      Click here to download Application Form & Admit Card of DUMET-2011

    à      Click here to download DUMET-2011 Admission Notice

    Last Date: 07th March 2011

    Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test 2011, GPAT 2011, All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi


    (GPAT 2011)

     Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT-2011) is an all India examination conducted by The MS University of Baroda, Vadodara on behalf of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi.

    Admission to postgraduate programmes in pharmacy colleges/institutes with MHRD and other government scholarships/assistantships is open to those who qualify through GPAT. GPAT qualified candidates with Four years Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy are eligible for admission to Master/Doctoral programme in Pharmacy. To avail the scholarship, the candidate must secure admission to such a postgraduate programme, as per the prevailing procedure of the admitting institution. However, candidates with Master's degree in Pharmacy may seek admission to relevant PhD programmes with scholarship/ assistantship without appearing in the GPAT examination.

           Organising Institute

                                                                     The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

                                                                                     Vadodra-390002, India

    Eligibility for GPAT 2011-2012

    Bachelor’s degree holders in Pharmacy (4 years after 10+2, including lateral entry candidates) and those who are in the final year of B. Pharmacy course are eligible for appearing in GPAT-2011-2012 Examination.

    Examination Structure

    GPAT-2011-2012 Examination will be paper-pencil examination. It will consist of a single paper of 3 hours duration containing 150 questions, each of three (03) marks. The question paper will consist of multiple choice objective questions only. Each question will have four choices for the answer. The candidates will have to mark the correct choice on an Optical Response Sheet (ORS) by darkening the appropriate bubble against each question. Three (03) marks will be awarded for each right answer and zero (00) marks for no attempts. One (01) mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.

    How to Apply for GPAT 2011-2012

    Application Submission Process The application fee is Rs 1000/- for General/OBC Category candidates and Rs 500/- for SC/ST/PD* Category candidates. The application fee is inclusive of bank charges and is NON-REFUNDABLE.
    (*Person with Disability)

    The last date for receipt of the duly completed printout of application form at GPAT Office is 28th February 2011 (Friday) upto 17.00 hrs.

    Ø       Online Registration for GPAT-2011

    Schedule for GPAT - 2011 Examination

    Online Application website opens

    17th January 2011 (Monday)

    Online Application website closes

    21st February 2011 (Monday)

    Last date for receipt of photo, signature, original copy of bank challan as a proof of payment for examination fees along with the printout of application (upto 17.00 hrs) at GPAT Office, The M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara

    28th February 2011 (Monday)

    Date of Examination (GPAT - 2011)

    8th May 2011(Sunday, 14.00-17.00 Hrs)

    Declaration of GPAT - 2011 Result

    31st May 2011 (Tuesday, 17.00 Hrs)

    The Co-ordinator,

    GPAT-2011 Examination Office,

    The MS University of Baroda, Shri GH Patel Pharmacy Building,

    Opp: University Main Office, Donors’ Plaza, Fatehganj, Vadodara - 390 002

    Ph (O): 0265- 2750821 FAX: 0265- 2750819 Mobile: 09408151958

    AIMS Test for Management Admissions 2011, ATMA 2011, Association of Indian Management Schools

    AIMS is an All India Association of Management Institutes and management departments of universities which brings together over 500 top management schools approved by AICTE. As a service to its member institutions, AIMS conducts the ATMA, a national test, which member Institutes can use for selection of students to the MBA / PGDM / PGDMB programmes. ATMA 2011 will be held on 20th February 2011.

    All information concerning the ATMA test is given on the ATMA and in the Bulletin now available at Axis Bank, Career Launcher, IMS Learning Centres, AIMS Member Institutes, Celebral Heights, Career Forum or from the AIMS Office, 101, Rekha Deluxe Enclave, Sangeetha Nagar, Punjagutta, Hyderabad 500 082 and at the ATMA Office, ‘Mayfair’, Dada Vaidya Road, Panaji, Goa 403 001.

    Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) is the national network of management schools. It represents Indian Management Schools in various national and international fora connected with Management Education. AIMS organises “AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA)" a standard test for admission to postgraduate management programme ATMA approved by AICTE, is focused on the student. It is designed to assess the aptitude for management education including verbal skills, quantitative skills and analytical reasoning of students.

    MBA admissions 2011

    ATMA Test on Sunday, 20th February, 2011 from 1.30 to 5.00 p.m. in 30 centres

    ATMA Test Centers

    Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar,Chandigrah, Chennai, Cochin, Coimbatore, Delhi, Noida, Goa, Guwahati, Gwalior, Hyderabad, Indore, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Kanpur, Kolhapur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mumbai, Nasik, Nagpur, Nashik, Patna, Pune Raipur, Ranchi, Sangli, Trichy.

    For list of participating Institutes please visit

    Please Note that the dates given in the Bulletin have been changed as follows:

     Issue of Bulletins & Online Registration

     January 3 to January 29, 2011

     Last date for Registration

     January 29, 2011

     Downloading of Admit Cards from ATMA website

     February 14 to 20, 2011

     Date of Test

     February 20, 2011

     Date of Results

     March 08, 2011

    HOW to APPLY for ATMA 2011 

    Candidates desirous of taking ATMA should first collect online application bulletin, which will be available from ATMA office, at Panaji, Goa; AIMS office, Hyderabad; different IMS learning centres, Axis bank, Career forum, Cerebral heights, Career Launcher and AIMS member institutes across the country by paying Rs 900/- (Rs nine hundred only) in cash or by sending a demand draft for Rs 950/- (Rs nine hundred and fifty only) (includes postal charges) favouring ATMA payable at Panaji ATMA office, Mayfair, 1st floor, Dada Vaidya road, Panaji, Tel 0832-6515048, Email:-, (Please indicate your name, address, telephone/mobile number, on the reverse of the demand draft)


    How to apply online for taking ATMA?

    All students wishing to take the ATMA Test on 20th February 2011 must register online using the ID Code enclosed in the Bulletin and following the instructions given on page 5 of the Bulletin ATMA – 2011

    The admission kit contains the following:


    1.      Bulletin with information about ATMA.

    2.      An adhesive sticker with Personal ID code affixed inside of the Bulletin front cover.

    ü       When you purchase ATMA admission kit, you will be given a receipt by the sales centre. The same is required to be submitted to the invigilator at the time of examination along with the admit card.

    ü       Inside the admission kit, there will be self adhesive sticker with Personal ID code affixed inside of the Bulletin front cover. For applying online, candidates should log on to ATMA The specimen online application form for ATMA with duly filled in data of a specimen candidate is enclosed in the Annexure II of the bulletin. Please read it carefully before filling in the online application form which is provided on the website. Please download a copy of the filled up online application for your reference.

    ü       Candidates are responsible for the accuracy of the information provided in the Form.


    Candidates are requested to down load their admit cards from the ATMA by entering the personal ID Code & Date of birth.


    Bulletins are available at the following Sales Centers


    1. Office of ATMA

    ‘MAY FAIR’

    Dada Vaidya Road, Panaji – Goa – 403 001, Telefax: 0832 –6515048 / 2230021


    2. AIMS Office

    Flat No.101, Rekha Deluxe Enclave

    Sangeetha Nagar, Punjagutta, Hyderabad 500 082, Tel No. 040 2337 0024/34, Tel. Fax: 040-23370024


    Students are required to study the instructions carefully before filling up the ONLINE or OFFLINE APPLICATION FORM. Candidates are responsible for the accuracy of the information provided in the form. No certificate or document should be sent along with the application form.


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    MBA [specialization in Marketing / Finance / HR / Production and Operations Management / International Business Management]


    Graduates with any recognized Bachelors Degree of minimum 3 years duration in any field with at least 55 percent marks. Graduates in Commerce / Arts / Science / Economics / Statistics / Engineering & Technology preferred.

    How to Apply

    Students who would like to apply for any of the MBA Programs would have to register and apply online.

    Before applying online you are requested to make a demand draft of Rs. 1500/- (Rupees One Thousand Five Hundred only) drawn in favour of International Institute of Information Technology payable at Pune towards a non-refundable registration charges. Students can then send the DD along with the final printed version of the online application, passport size photograph (2 nos), photocopies of all the mark sheets, degree certificates, qualifying score card, experience certificate (if applicable) and a handwritten Statement of Purpose (A personal statement that explains in 200-250 words why you would like to join this program at I2IT) to:


    The Student Relations Cell

    International Institute of Information Technology (I2IT)

    P-14, Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park

    Hinjawadi, Pune – 411057.


    If you would prefer to pay online through your debit / credit card, all you need to do is click on the following link and follow the online payment instructions. Incase of difficulties in Applying online, you can download the application form from our website. Completely filled application along with demand draft and copies of the necessary documents as listed above can be sent to above address.

    Last date for receipt of form: 28th February 2011

    Online Test / Interview 5th March 2011 / 6th March 2011 Saturday / Sunday

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