Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Maruti Suzuki launches campus for get hiring qualified aspirants

Maruti Suzuki Careers 2012-2013: Maruti Suzuki invites eligible candidates for some exciting career opportunities.Maruti Suzuki launches campus for get hiring qualified aspirants.  Candidates who are interested in this notification they must read this section and get a job in any of the MSIL department / division / offices located anywhere in India. For further details about this notification candidates must see below:

Maruti Suzuki Careers 2012 Details:

Name of Organization
Maruti Suzuki
Selection Mode
Online test & Interview
Maruti Suzuki Campus Get Hiring 2013:

Qualification- Candidates must have graduate in 2013 with 65% marks or equivalent CGPA.
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Selection Procedure- Candidates will be selected on the basis of online test then shortlisted candidates will be called for Interview.

Note- Candidates may send their resume at


(Declared as deemed-to-be-University U/S 3 of the UGC Act, 1956 vide
Notification No. F11-4/67-U3, dated 18.09.1967 of Govt. of India)
No-613002 /JRF/2012-13/Phase-2 Dated: Oct. 10, 2012
ADMISSION NOTICE FOR ISM-JRF (Ph D Programme) Session: 2012-13 (Phase–2)
Applications are invited for ISM-JRF (Ph D Programme) from eligible candidates in the following disciplines to be submitted ONLINE only (along with a hard copy to be sent by post).
Engineering: Fuel/ Mineral/ Mining/ Mechanical/ Mining Machinery/ Petroleum/ Electrical/ Computer Science & Engineering/ Electronics Engineering/ Industrial Engineering & Management/ Environmental Science & Engineering/ Chemical Engineering.
Science: Applied Geology/Applied Geophysics/Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics/ Statistics/ Computer Science/ Environmental Science
Humanities and Social Sciences: Philosophy and English
The detailed application form (to be filled online), eligibility criteria and information brochure may be downloaded from ISM website at  from 25.10.2012 The filled up Application Form (hard copy) along with a non-refundable fee of Rs. 1500/- (Rs. 750/- in case of SC/ST/PC or PH candidates) and requisite documents should reach the Deputy Registrar (Exam & Acad.), Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad-826004 not later than 30.11.2012. Applicants are advised to ensure fulfilment of all eligibility criteria. GATE/NET qualified candidates not earlier than 2010 are exempted from appearing in the ISM-JRF Written Examination. The ISM-JRF (Ph D, 2012-13, Phase-2) written test for GATE not qualified/NET not qualified/GATE-NET Qualified candidates earlier than 2010 shall be held on 06.01.2013 at Bhubaneswar, Dhanbad, Kolkata, New Delhi, Chennai, Varanasi and Pune.
[Col(Retd).M K Singh]
For further details visit:


Indian School of Mines (ISM), established in 1926, is a premier institution of international repute, fully funded by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.
After successfully offering M.Tech. degree in Industrial Engineering and Management since 1977, ISM has launched its AICTE approved MBA program under the Department of Management Studies in 1997. The Department has been constantly rated as one of the leading business schools of the country by agencies of repute like AIMA-BS Survey, Business India, and The Telegraph etc. Our placement record has been impressive since the inception of the department.
A Bachelor’s degree after (10+2) in any discipline from a recognized institution, with at least 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA {45% in case of candidates belonging to SC, ST and DA (Differently Abled Categories*)}.
For Honours graduates the aggregate will include marks of both Honours and Pass Papers.
Candidates appearing for the final bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination can also apply. Preference would be given to candidates having Engineering Degree or having Post Graduation qualification in any discipline.
* Also referred to as Persons with Disability (PD)
Applicant shall have to appear CAT - 2012. Once they receive the CAT 2012 scores, they have to apply online at the Application Submission System available at our institute’s website  
Candidates short-listed on the basis of CAT score will be called for Group Discussion and Interview for final selection.
The sanctioned strength for the MBA Program is 62 and the reservation policy of Government of India meant for higher educational institutions is strictly adhered to.
Candidates applying for reservation under OBC (Non Creamy layer) category, should submit a valid OBC certificate issued by competent authority after September 1, 2012.
Application fee of Rs. 2000/- (Rs.1000/- for SC/ST and PD candidates) shall be paid through a Demand Draft drawn in favour of Registrar, Indian School of Mines and payable at Dhanbad, and should be submitted along with a print out of the filled-in online application form and necessary documents to the Deputy Registrar (Exam & Academic), Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad – 828206, Jharkhand.
 Online Application Form Submission System will be available at ISM, Dhanbad website from January 14, 2013 to February 22, 2013.
 Last date for submission of filled-in application form along with requisite fee and other relevant documents is 5 PM of March 1, 2013.
Late submission of application form due to postal delays or any other reasons will not be considered by any means.
 Date of GD & PI on April 17, 18 & 19, 2013.
 Declaration of results on website by May 06, 2013.
 Date of Admission for Merit List Candidates on May 27, 2013 (Monday), for Extended Merit List Candidates on May 29, 2013 (Wednesday) and for vacant seats, if any on July 01, 2013 (Monday).
All candidates seeking admission have to report to the office by 11 AM on the respective dates.
NOTE: The institute will not issue any letter to any candidate regarding attending GD/PI as well as selection to the Program.
The candidates must consult institute’s website (  regularly in this regard or for any updates, if any.
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NIIT Recruitment 2012|2013 Careers Fresher Vacancies

NIIT Recruitment 2012-2013: NIIT invites eligible candidates for recruitment for non technical graduate freshers. Eligible candidates who are looking for jobs they must read this notification and attend Interview on 3o October 2012 and 2nd November 2012. For further more details like eligibility details, position details, how to apply process information, candidate must see below:

NIIT Recruitment for Freshers details:

Organization name
Graduate in any discipline
Age limit
Walk in Date
30 October 2012 & 2nd November 2012
Essential Qualification for NIIT recruitment- Candidates must have graduate in any discipline from recognized university.
Essential Skill- Candidates must have excellent Written & Verbal communication skills.

How to Apply in NIIT recruitment 2013- Candidates need to attend the Interview at  30th October and 2nd November at NIIT Gurgaon, Delhi/NCR Offices.

Walk in Date: 30th October and 2nd November.

Email Address:

Note- Candidates must visit before applying to the NIIT Recruitment 2013

CDS Previous Year Paper Model Question Paper Sample Papers

CDS Previous Year Paper- The Combined Defense Services (CDS) exam conducts for the selection in Indian Armed Forces, Army, Navy and Air Force by the Union Public Service commission (UPSC). Candidates who attempt CDS exam they must know about which type of paper will come in exam. Here in this section we are providing you some CDS questions which will help you during the exam preparation time. So candidates must read this questions and crack easily CDS exam.

CDS exam covers following parts:
·         English
·         GeneralKnowledge
·         ElementaryMathematics
CDS Model Question Paper-

(1.)  Yield
(a) Prevent
(b) Give in    
(c) Prolong
(d) Obstruct

(2.) ___________ to school yesterday?
A.       Do you walk
B.       Did you walked
C.       Did you walk
D.       Have you walked

General Knowledge
(3.) Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue, New York is the world's
A. largest railway station
B. highest railway station
C. longest railway station
D. None of the above
Ans- (a)

(4.)Garampani sanctuary is located at
A. Junagarh, Gujarat
B. Diphu, Assam
C. Kohima, Nagaland
D. Gangtok, Sikkim
Ans- (b)

(5.) FFC stands for
A. Foreign Finance Corporation
B. Film Finance Corporation
C. Federation of Football Council
D. None of the above

Elementary Mathematics

(6.) If Log x (1 / 8) = - 3 / 2, then x is equal to
A. - 4
B. 4
C. 1 / 4
D. 10

(7.) f is a function such that f(x) < 0. The graph of the new function g defined by g(x) = | f(x) | is a reflection of the graph of f
A. on the y axis
B. on the x axis
C. on the line y = x
D. on the line y = - x

How to Prepare for Maths Exam And Tips

How to Prepare for Maths Exam - The one who thinks that he/she is not prepared for the examination of the Math or the competition they are going to poses should no need to be panic. Just try to do best in competitive Math Exams by following some steps to success. The Math Exams is so stressful whether the candidate is prepared or not for competition. If you are prepared for competitive exams or not still these points follows will help you to attempt the questions of competitive math exams well.

The students who are appearing for the Math Exams, in a competitive scheduled either for any entrance/admission or in any jobs getting desire can score well in it. Some of the points to remember to the candidate are:

  • He/she must not loose the confidence during preparation and while giving the exams.
  • The Days left for the exams should have a scheduled time table prepared by the candidate for preparation. After making the schedule just stick to it. The time table must have all the required routine in preparation time mentioned. Also must include the timings of the resting and exam preparation, and other important activities.
  • Check out the previous papers for knowing the patter of the exams and also seek for the questions in the Sample Papers that are easily available offline and online too.
  • Try to attend the question within the time limits. Just keep the watch beside or alarm clock to know the time at particular intervals. Be strict to yourself and check your question attempting time. Try to increase your speed in attempting the difficult questions.
  • The student must have to attempt the review sessions with their teachers or seniors/instructors.
  • In examination don’t waste your time in attempting the difficult questions. Save your time to give it to other questions too.
  • The competitive Exams are mostly objective type and the options sometimes can give you a great help in saving the time from a tricky or huge calculation.
  • Just remember such huge formulas with a key to click your mind and help in attempting the problems in Math competitive Exams.
The all above points are most important for preparation to a candidate who going to posses the Math competitive Exams. The students and candidate are suggested to follow the prescribed mentioned points to give a way to success in Math’s Competitive Exams.

GK Preparation Tips 2013

GK Preparation Tips 2013 - The candidate going to appear for the various written exams or any entrance exam must be prepared for the General Awareness questions to give a good performance in their Test. Now days, it is requirement of every Test conducting Department that the candidate appearing for the examination must be prepared for General Knowledge questions.

By doing this they differentiate them in competition and also gauge their ability and awareness of current affairs. The General awareness is not only include the General Knowledge question, in this section the particular organization awareness questions also included, for example in Bank exam the GK section involve the general knowledge and also the information about the banking too.

Despite of that many companies while recruitment ask some questions related to specific job and work the company perform. By doing this the organization decide the level of candidate of awareness.

Today’s competitive exams have the integral part which is served by the GK Section. As it comprises Economical, Geographical, Social, Culture and other current affairs. This is all that surrounding happening at national or international level. It can be said a hard section to for those who not prepare and read magazines or newspaper daily.

You can collect the information from several GK books, newspapers, and magazines, etc. Some of the 
source of GK is:

· Competitive Success

· Pratiyogita Darpan

· India Times

· India Today

· Current Affairs

The GK section not only includes the current affairs in some exams in this section various Histories well known topics also involved. The candidate has to regularly study newspapers and the magazines. He/she should give proper time in reading the newspapers.

They candidate must check the daily news whether on TV watching various news channels. The candidate who prepared for the GK questions must also check the various important days like when and what happens. Some of the topics such as who is who, Important Days, Homo or hetero words, etc. must be revised.

English Preparation Tips For Any Entrance Exam

English Preparation Tips - Now days, either its educational institutions or any company all organizations are holding competitions between the candidates to eliminate the rush and select the best one. The competitive exam includes English subject as core subject in which the English Grammar questions and the Essay type, comprehensive and other English Language questions are asked.

By this competitive exam the organization weigh the abilities of a candidate such as subject knowledge, reasoning abilities, conceptual knowledge, English Grammar, memory power, English sentence making skills etc. These competitive exams either for any entrance in educational institute admissions or in job recruitment in any company, are designed to approach all the above mentioned aspects in candidates.

Competition is placed among the candidates is not only weighs the aspirants abilities but also help the organizations to eliminate them who are not perfect for vacant seats. Thus the candidates have to face much tough competition in order to recruit for jobs or get entrance in reputed university.
The competitive exams mostly include the general English questions such as on the topics of:
  1. Grammar
  2. · Vocabulary
  3. · Sentence completion
  4. · Synonyms
  5. · Antonyms
  6. · Comprehension of a passage
  7. · Spotting the Errors
  8. · Filling in the blanks
  9. · Use of prepositions, idioms/phrases
  10. · Test of spellings
  11. · Re-arranging jumbled up sentences, etc.

A candidate must have to prepare for the above mentioned topics in English to score a good percentage. The candidate must see the previous year papers or mock test papers and Sample papers are easily available in market. The candidate can increase their English properly by reading English grammar books. 

The level of questionings come in the exams is of 10th or 12th standard questions. So, you can approach any 10th or 12th standard book that easily available to nearest book seller and start your practice for these exams. By doing this the candidate will be able to compete the examination.

Reliance Life Insurance Recruitment 2013 going to hire 40,000 Insurance Agents

Reliance Life Insurance Recruitment 2013: Reliance Life Insurance is going to hire 40,000 Insurance Agents to enhance the width and depth of company across the world.  Company will hire the Insurance Agents in next six months for its existing advisor base in the country. Company targets Semi-urban and rural regions for recruitment of 40,000 upcoming Insurance Advisors. In the current Financial Year Company has already recruited 10,000 Insurance Agents.

So 40,000 candidates who will be selected in the next six months and 10,000 financial advisors who had been already selected Company will certified them for the post of Insurance Agents. Reliance Life Insurance is looking forward to hire insurance advisors from Tier II and Tier III cities.
Mr. Malay Ghosh, President and Executive Director, has announced to attempt to create a stronger footprint across India with a view to enhancing the width and depth of our reach across the country.

Reliance Life Insurance is also interested to make its agents to learn essential training and technology so that Personnel can sell effectively.  They will learn all the essential things to by 200 trainers and around 1000 expert trainers. After Got training these Insurance Agents will be capable to boost across the country. more privatejobs
So don’t miss the opportunity and be the part of this Reputed Company with your abilities to make your career bright with Reliance Life Insurance. InterviewTips
 Reliance Communication Recruitment 2012|2013 
Note: Company Profile and the recruitment details are mentioned in the official website of  Reliance Life Insurance(i.e.)

ISAT Results 2013 And Answer Key & Cutoff Marks 2012

ISAT Results 2013 :- Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST) conducts an entrance exam ISAT usually in the month of April. The ISAT Result 2013 is likely to be declared in May 2013 . Those candidates who will be appearing in this exam can check their ISAT Result 2013 at IIST online official website.

ISAT Answer Key & Cutoff Marks 2012 :- The ISAT answer key 2013  also will be declared after the ISAT exam 2013 at ISAT official website and lots of coaching centers official website. The ISAT 2013 Cutoff marks also will be declared after the exam at the ISAT online official website.
Candidates can check here their ISAT Resultsanswer key 2013 and ISAT 2013 cutoff marks by visiting us regularly and to stay updated regarding any ISAT notification.

We will provide you with all the links to check ISAT results, answer key and cutoff marks after they are released on Official ISAT website.
You can subscribe to our Free Email Update Service to get any Update Related to ISAT Direct to your Email Box.

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SSC Exam Results 2013 | SSC Exam Results 2013 In AP

SSC, SSC (Vocational) and Dakhil (Madrasha) Exam Result 2012 in Bangladesh has been published on 7th May 2012 by Bangladesh Education Board. SSC, Dakhil and SSC equaviation exam 2012 has been finished on 4th March 2012 by Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education of Bangladesh and it was started on 1 February 2012.

Dhaka, Rajshahi, Chittagong, Comilla, Barisal, Jessore, Sylhet, Dinajpur, Madrasah and Technical board has published the result in same day. In this year passing rate is 86.37% and Total 82292 students got GPA 5 among them 65252 from SSC (General). Board wise passing rate is Dhaka 85.95%, Chittagong 78.96%, Rajshahi 88.33%, Sylhet 91.78%, Comilla 85.68%, Barishal 86.96%, Jhossore 87.16% and Dinajpore 87.16%. Passing rate in SSC (General) is 86.32%, Madrasha 88.47% and Technical board 80.69%.

Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics POST GRADUATE EXECUTIVE DIPLOMA IN FINANCIAL MARKETS 2013 PGED - FM,Pune

Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics
(Deemed to be University) Pnne-411004
(One Year Weekend Programme for Working Professionals)
The Post Graduate Executive Diploma in Financial Market (PGED-FM) is a 1 year week end programme designed jointly by GIPE and NSE with the objective of developing trained professionals capable of occupying positions of responsibility in stock exchanges, commodity exchanges, regulatory bodies market intermediaries, banks, mutual funds and asset management companies and other similar entities.
The uniqueness of the programme lies in its extensive use of market professionals as resource persons for the programme. Apart from sound grounding in academic concepts pertaining to the capital markets, the participants will get a change to interact with senior regulatory officials, executives of exchanges, leading merchant bankers, institutional investors and FIIs.
The programme is comprehensive in nature, covering all financial markets – cash equity, equity derivatives, currency derivatives, commodities and foreign exchange. What has been sought to be achieved is an ideal blend of useful theoretical knowledge and its application to capital markets. Pedagogy for the programme comprises class room teaching, case studies, panel discussions, presentations and visits to national and overseas financial centres.
The effective delivery of the program requires proper appreciation of „applied financial data analysis‟. The institute facilitates the participants towards application of Information Technology in various paradigms of IT interfaced learning by designing the curriculum accordingly.
Certification – PGED-FM is a comprehensive financial markets programme designed jointly by the Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics and the National Stock Exchange. The diploma for the 1 year Post Graduate Programme, weekend format, is awarded by the Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics, a deemed to be University u/s 3 of the UGC Act, in collaboration with the National Stock Exchange.
Program – PGED-FM is a one year executive programme that begins with a 2 days campus immersion schedule at a venue near Pune followed by classes on every Saturday and Sunday at Pune and Mumbai for the ease of working professionals.
Industry Vetted Content – NSE and GIPE jointly deliver rich industry oriented curriculum designed to improve the essential skills of the finance professionals. The content is continuously updated based on innovation and leading practices in the financial industry.
Experienced Peers – The program is restricted to only those with atleast 2 years of relevant work experience. Studying along with experienced finance professionals will nurture your talent and helps you to regularly up-skill yourself to stay competitive in the financial world.
Excellent Faculty – The combination of senior academicians at GIPE and practicing securities market professionals at NSE successfully deliver the theoretical and practical aspects of the
dynamic curriculum of PGED-FM. Our core, honorary and adjunct faculty stands out for its sound academic credentials and impressive industry experience.
Live Market Training – Minimum 150 hours of skill development sessions are imparted to students which involve extensive training through market simulation internet based software from NSE i.e. NLT (NSE Learn to Trade).
Global Exposure – The programme is designed to empower students to become successful finance professionals in the challenging global scenario. It incorporates a 7-8 days tour to Singapore which is a premier access point for asian capital and investment exposure.
Placement Assistance - NSE and GIPE have a dedicated placement committee that acts as a link between students and industrial houses. The assistance is provided in form of on-campus and off-campus recruitment events organized for students to interact with the potential employers.
The programme has been designed to cover 20 papers in four quadmesters. Followings are the list of papers which are to be taught during the course.
The students of PGED-FM will have a continuous interaction with the industry through corporate visits, stock exchange visits, guest lectures, seminars etc. They will be attending intensive industry integrated training sessions by senior financial experts from top domestic and international corporate.
The PGED-FM provides participants with a wide range of career opportunities:
• Investment Banker
• Financial Planning & Wealth Manager
• Analyst - Equity, Technical, F&O, MFs, Commodity, Forex
• Fund / Portfolio / Hedge Fund Manager
• Back / Front Office Operations Manager
• Surveillance/Compliance/Regulation Manager
• Teaching / Content Development
• Financial Journalist
• IT / IT Security / Programmer
• Risk Manager
With accelerated growth in financial markets, the course equips students to work with/in:
• Banks
• Mutual Funds
• Investment consultancy
• Broker Firms
• Insurance Companies
• Merchant Bankers
• Pension funds
• Financial institutions
• Custodians
• Depository Participants
• Commodity Markets
• Credit Rating Agencies
• KPOs, BPOs
 All participants must have completed Graduation or a degree equivalent thereto from an Indian University / Institutions recognised by Association of Indian Universities.
 The candidate must have 2 years of work experience (full time / part time).
 Professional Qualifications like CA, CS, CWA, CFA, MBA, etc. would have an added advantage.
 The selection is based on scrutiny of applications and interview conducted through NSE platform.
Activities ----Date
Application process starts October 15, 2012
Application process close December 3, 2012
Dates of interviews December 8 - 16, 2012
Last date for registration December 24, 2012
1st Installment January 10, 2013
Session starts January 31, 2013
1. The application form is enclosed. It can also be downloaded from NSE‟s website (  > Education > Professional Courses). The completed application along with proof of educational qualification, work experience and a Demand Draft of Rs. 900/- drawn in favour of the Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics, payable at Pune, be sent to the National Stock Exchange of India Ltd., SBU-Education Dept., Exchange Plaza, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (East), Mumbai – 400051. The envelop should be super scribed by “Application for PGED-FM”.
3. Last date of Receipt of filled-in Application Form : December 3, 2012
For any admission related queries you may contact the following Admission Coordinators between 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
National Stock Exchange
Contact persons : Ms. Vineeta Sawant / Ms. Namitha Poman / Ms Mansi / Mr. Mahesh
Phone : 9819111072 / 8447151477/ 9818537699, 022-26598216 (Direct)
Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics
Contact person : Dr. Lalitagauri Kulkarni
Phone : 9822477474
For further details please contact:
National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE)
SBU-Education Dept., Exchange Plaza, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (East), Mumbai – 400051.
Contact persons : Ms. Vineeta Sawant / Ms. Namitha Poman / Ms Mansi / Mr. Mahesh
Email :,  Phone : 9819111072 / 8447151477/ 9818537699, 022-26598216 (Direct)


(Deemed to be University Under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956)
PUNE – 411004
Telephone Nos.: (020) 25650287, 25654288, 25654289, 25675008   Fax No. : (020) 25652579
E-mail: gipe.   ; Website:
Ph.D. Admission Programme (2013)
Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad, invites applications from candidates whoare bonafide Indian citizens, to pursue research in modern biology leading to a Ph.D degreeThe projects offered for Ph.D would be in the broad areas of Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Genomics, Developmental Biology, Nanobiology, Plant Molecular Biology, Protein Structure and Function, Biology of Macromolecules, Biology of Infection, Epigenetics, Chromatin Biology and Bioinformatics
Eligibility Criteria: Candidates with a master’s degree in any branch of science having a valid National Level Fellowship (JRF/SRF of various funding agencies, CSIR, UGC, DBT, ICMR, etc), DST-INSPIRE or other equivalent fellowship can apply
Candidates with a bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Pharmacy qualified in GATE/GPAT examination with a minimum of 85 percentile may also apply
Candidates with a bachelor’s degree in medicine can also apply
Candidates qualified for lecturer-ship only in CSIR-UGC (NET) examination need not apply
Candidates with a degree in M.Sc or M.Tech qualification with GATE examination need not apply
Age Limit: Upper age limit is 28 years as on 07th December, 2012 which is relaxable by 5 years as per GoI rules for SC/ST/OBC/women/physically handicapped candidates
Written Test: The eligible candidates who are found suitable for the written test are required to attend the test on 22nd January, 2013 by 08.00 a.m. at CCMB, Hyderabad
Candidates qualified in the written test will have to appear for interview on 23rd-24th January, 2013
Candidates selected in the interview will be asked to stay for discussions on 25th January, 2013
Application Form: Candidates who satisfy the above criteria may submit their applications online by 07th December, 2012
The screening committee will process scrutinization of applications and candidates selected for the written test will be intimated through email by 15th December, 2012
Important Dates for admission to Ph.D. Programme (year 2013)
1. Candidates desirous of seeking admission to the Ph.D. programme should submit their application on or before Friday, November 30, 2012.
2. The Entrance Examination for admission to the Ph.D. programme will be held on Sunday, January 13, 2013.
3. List of the candidates with seat numbers for examination will be displayed on the website on Monday, December 17, 2012.
4. The result of the Entrance Examination will be declared tentatively on Monday, January 21, 2013.
5. The Candidates qualified through an Entrance Examination will be called for the interview to present/discuss their research proposal before the Ph.D. Committee.
6. The date for Interview will be announced immediately after the declaration of the result of Entrance Examination.
7. The Institute would be able to take upto ten students for the Ph.D. programme (year 2013), with applicable reserved quota.
Instructions to Candidates Applying for Admission for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - 2013
1. Candidates should send two copies (one original plus one photo copy) each of their application forms, bio-data and the list of publications.
2. Candidates should send with their application, two copies of admit card(original and not the photocopy), attested certified true copies of the Degree or Diploma Certificates or other Certificates in support of their educational qualifications and experience, statements of marks and of the S.S.C. or equivalent certificate in support of their date of birth. Original certificates should not accompany the application but should be brought at the time of the interview.
3. Candidates should also send with their application, copies of the caste certificate from the competent authority in case they belong to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/Denotified Tribes and Nomadic Tribes/Other Backward Classes.
4. Candidates qualified for the Junior Research Fellowships should send a copy of the letter or certificate from the University Grants Commission about clearance in the National Level Test for the award of the Junior Research Fellowship.
5. Candidates who are employed at present should send their applications through proper channel along with a No Objection Certificate from the employer.
6. If the space provided is insufficient, information may be given on a separate sheet duly signed by the candidate and the same may be sent with the application.
7. Any change of address given in the application form should be communicated to the Director, Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics (Deemed to be a University), Pune 411004.
8. The duly filled in application form should be sent along with a Demand Draft of Rs. 1,450/- (Rs. 725/- for reserved category candidates) drawn in favour of Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, payable at Pune. The application without demand draft will not be considered.
9. Hostel Accommodation: as per availability.
10. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
11. List of the candidates with seat numbers for examination will be displayed on the website on Monday, December 17, 2012. There will be no separate communication in this regard.
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