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14 December 2011

Gaurav Foundation

SCHOLARSHIPS
 
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Scholarship is award to students who have excelled their academics and wish to continue studies further. It is a Pure Scholarship, Not a Loan which need not be paid back and interest free. Scholarship is award to courses (any) above or 6 months.

Eligibility to Apply
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1. Resident of India.
2. Age between 10 years to 50 years
3. Minimum 60% in all Exams
4. Family Income Less than 5 Lacs
Documents Required
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1. Completely Filled Application Form with Photograph.
2. Photo ID & Address Proof.
3. Copies of Passport / GRE / TOFEL / IELTS for Education Aboard.
4. School / College Acceptance Letter for Fresh Admission.
5. School / College ID Card and Fees Receipt Copy for Non Fresh Admission.
6. Any Project, Research, Award, Prize, Certificate, Work Experience accompany.
Application Cost (Non Refundable)
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Kindly refer the respective Application Form.
Application Process Procedure
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1. Application is completely filled and necessary documents with application cost is attached.
2. We receive your Application, Send you an Alert SMS.
3. Application is Evaluated and appointed Marks.
4. Application Marks are then compared with the other Application in the same category.
5. Best 3 Students are picked from each category every 15days.
6. Selected / Rejected Applicants receive an Letter.
7. Selected applicants then undergo for a 15-30min Tele Verification.
8. Demand Draft / Cheque is send to the Concern School or College or University (on behalf of the Applicant.)
Late Date
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Scholarship Grant is OPEN through the year. As the Educational System of Admission varies from State to State and Country to Country
Application Forms
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COURSES WITHIN INDIA
COURSES OUTSIDE INDIA
School - 6th Std to 12 Std




UG / PG Diploma Course UG / PG Diploma Course (Abroad)




Graduation Course (Arts & Science) Graduation Course (Arts & Science)




Graduation Course in M.B.B.S / B.E. / B.Tech Graduation Course in M.B.B.S / B.E. / B.Tech  (Abroad)




Post Graduate Course Post Graduate Course (Abroad)




PhD / M. Phil Course PhD / M. Phil Course (Abroad)




C.A. / C.S. / Interior / Fashion Course



Note
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1. School Scholarship is awarded for admission in India Only.
2. No Scholarship for Courses less than 6 months or any kind of private tuition / coaching except for C.A. / C.S.
 
Gaurav Foundation
C/o, Gaurav Singhal Group,
New No. 43 | Old No. 34, II Floor,
Sundaram Pillai Street, Purasawalkam,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India - 600 007
For application and for more details do visit:

Dr Ambedkar Foundation National Essay Competition 2015




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Dr. Ambedkar Foundation National Essay Competition Scheme
for the students of recognized


Schools / Colleges / Universities / Institutions

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1. Introduction
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar was a great national leader of twentieth century. He was an intellectual, scholar and statesman and contributed greatly in the nation building. He led number of movements to emancipate the downtrodden masses and to secure human rights to millions of depressed classes. He has left an indelible imprint through his immense contribution in framing the Constitution of free India. He stands as a symbol of struggle for achieving the Social Justice.
Dr. Ambedkar Foundation (DAF) was set up in pursuance of the recommendations of Babasaheb Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s Centenary Celebrations Committee constituted under the Chairmanship of the then Prime Minister. The Foundation was registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 on 24th March, 1992 under the aegis of the Ministry of Welfare now the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment.

The objectives of DAF inter alia provide for financial aid to the institutions propagating Babasaheb’s memory, organize special campaign for removal of untouchability and caste based prejudices for brining an attitudinal change in the society through communal harmony and brotherhood and to organize lectures, seminars and symposia etc. on socio-economic issues.
Nation is taking rapid strides toward its rightful place at the top as a super power. A society based on social justice and equity gives permanency to such great achievements. An informed youth would not only carry the country’s advancement forward but also take it to still higher levels.

2. Objectives
The aim of the Dr. Ambedkar Foundation National Essay Competition is to encourage writing on social issues, among the Students of Schools / Colleges / Universities / Institutions and arouse their interest in Dr. Ambedkar’s thoughts on fundamental social issues like social justice, removal of untouchability, caste based prejudices, removal of inequality and discrimination, social democracy, national integration, communal harmony etc. The students are expected to analyze and suggest ways and means to establish a stronger social democracy and a just society.

3. Frequency
Dr. Ambedkar Foundation National Essay Competition for students of recognized Schools / Colleges / Universities / Institutions shall be held every year.

4. Eligibility
Dr. Ambedkar Foundation National Essay Competition is for Students of recognized
(a) Schools (Secondary & Senior Secondary Schools i.e. from class 9th to class 12th ), and
(b) Colleges / Universities / Institutions.
5. Topics
The topics of Essay shall be selected every year from the themes based on Dr. Ambedkar’s thoughts on social justice, removal of inequality and discrimination, ameliorating the conditions of weaker sections of the society, removal of untouchability, caste based prejudices, disparities, equality of opportunity, social democracy etc.

6. Medium
The essays may be written in Hindi and English.

7. PRIZES - Prizes to the over-all best three entries in Hindi & English are as under.
Prizes for winners
(i) The winner students of the recognized Colleges /Universities /Institutions will be given the following prizes
Language
1st prize (Rs.)1,00,000/-
IInd prize (Rs.)50,000/-
IIIrd prize (Rs.)25,000/-

Financial implication: Rs.1.75 lakh X 2 languages = Rs. 3.50 lakh
(ii)The winner students of the recognized School will be given the following prizes
Language
1st prize (Rs.)25,000/-
IInd prize (Rs.)15,000/-
IIIrd prize (Rs.)10,000/-

Financial implication: Rs.0.50 lakh X 2 languages = Rs. 1.00 lakh
Accordingly, the total financial implications for Prize money are
(Rs. 3.50 lakh + Rs. 1.00 lakh) = Rs. 4.50 lakh

8. Publicity to the scheme
(a) An advertisement in this regard would be published in major national newspapers.
(b) The advertisement will be placed on the Website of Dr. Ambedkar Foundation (www.ambedkarfoundation.nic.in) & Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment (www.socialjustice.nic.in)
(c) The publicity of the Scheme will be given through NGOs, which may take it to local students.
(d) Letters will be written to the State Welfare Ministers / Departments requesting them to further request all the Central and State Universities in their State to circulate the Scheme among their students.
(e) The services of District Education Officers may also be taken, through the State Governments, for taking the Scheme to the schools in the District.
(f) The UGC, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) etc. will be requested to circulate the Scheme among their students.
(g) Members of General Body of Dr Ambedkar Foundation may also be requested to give due publicity to this scheme.

9. Terms & Conditions
(i) There is no entry fee.
(ii) The essay shall be of 3500 words and 2000 words for entries from students of Colleges / Universities / Institutions and Schools respectively.
(iii) Each participant should submit only one essay entry on the suggested topic.
(iv) The participants shall submit a certificate that the essay is their original work.
(v) The individual participant shall enclose a certificate issued by the concerned recognized school/ college/ University/ institutions, certifying that he/she is a bonafide student.
(vi) Participants should send two clean typed copies (one original & other photocopy) of the essay. One copy should include name, address, topic, language, e-mail, phone no. etc. with the signature of the participant, while the other copy need not show any such particulars.
(vii) Submission of the essay entry to the competition implies the acceptance of the rules and regulations of the competition.
(viii) No correspondence will be entertained in this regard.
(ix) Plagiarism will result in immediate disqualification.
(x) Relevant information like name, e-mail address, postal address, institution, course and year of study etc. of the student participant should be indicated in the covering letter and strictly not in the essay.
(xi) The organizers reserve the right to reject entries that do not conform to these guidelines.
(xii) All entries received for competition will become the property of the Dr. Ambedkar Foundation. The winning entries may be considered for publication in a book form by the Foundation.
(xiii) In all matters of dispute, the decision of the Dr. Ambedkar Foundation will be final and binding.

10. Partners in implementation
(i) One of the Dr. Ambedkar Chairs set up by Dr. Ambedkar Foundation will be requested to be a partner in the implementation of the Scheme and extend assistance in the evaluation of the essays and an amount of Rs. 1 lakh would be paid to the Chair for their services.
Presently, Dr. Ambedkar Chair at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), which had volunteered to implement this Scheme on behalf of DAF, has been approved to be a partner in the implementation of the Scheme.
An amount of Rs.1 lakh would be paid to the Chair for its services, which would include evaluation of the entries & preparation of results.
(ii) The essays will be judged by an evaluation committee (to be set up by the Chair) for the selection of the prize winning entries. The essay will be evaluated on the basis of contents, analysis / interpretation, presentation and writing skills as per the following provisions:
Criteria Max. Marks
Contents 50
Analysis/ interpretation 20
Presentation 15
Writing Skills 15
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Total 100
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11. Announcement of Prizes
A full list of winners would be placed on the websites of the Foundation (www.ambedkarfoundation.nic.in). Winners may be invited to Delhi for felicitation in a befitting manner.

12. Distribution of Prizes
(i) The prizes money will be sent to winners in the form of an account payee Bank draft by registered post through the concerned recognized Schools / Colleges / Universities / Institutions.
(ii) In case the Foundation invites the winners for a felicitation at Delhi, the winner and one escort will be paid actual fare by sleeper class train/bus from their place of study or from the hometown (Both ways). Arrangements for their boarding / lodging in Delhi will also be made by the Foundation. A sum of Rs. 8,000/- @ Rs. 4,000/- each (on an average) for the winner students and escort will be earmarked for their travelling expenses, boarding and lodging.

13. Total Financial Implication
(i) Expenditure on administration of scheme: (Amount in Rs./ lakh)
(a) Prize money for winners - 4.50
(b) Honorarium for Judges for evaluation - 1.00
(c) Expenditure on Fair / Boarding / Lodging
(on winners and their escorts) - 0.96
6.46 lakh
(ii) Expenditure on advertisement of scheme:
Expenditure on advertisement in newspaper etc. - 10.00
10.00 lakh
Grand Total 16.46 lakh

14. Provision of funds
The Scheme would be funded from the interest earned on the invested corpus fund of Dr. Ambedkar Foundation.

Entry Form
Dr. Ambedkar Foundation National Essay Competition
for the students of recognized
Schools / Colleges / Universities / Institutions
1. Title of the essay:……………………………………………………………………………
2. Name & address of the student (in CAPITAL letters) ……………………..………………….…………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
3. Class/ Course/ Programme (year or semester) of the student ……………………………………
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4. Name & address of the recognized school/ college/ University/ Institute of the student …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
I, ……………………………………………………..………., do hereby state that:
(a) The submitted essay is my original work and I know that plagiarism will result in immediate disqualification.
(b) I submit herewith, two clean typed copies (one original & other photocopy) of the essay. The first copy includes my name, address, topic, language, e-mail, phone no. along with my signatures and the duplicate/ photocopy of the essay does not show any of my above stated particulars.
(c) I accept all the terms and conditions of the competition.
.………………………………
………………………………
………………………………
(Name , Signature, e-mail ID of the Student)
Bonafide Certificate
I, the undersigned, certify that (name of the school/ college/ university/ institution) is duly recognized by the competent authority and that the above student is a bonafide student of our school/ college/ university/ institute.
.………………………………..
…………………………………
…………………………………
(Name, Signature, email ID of the Principal/ Director / HOD)
(with office seal)

5 December 2011

ICICI BANK Probationary Officer Programme

ICICI BANK Probationary Officer Programme; NO fee to apply, Last Date: Dec 30




ICICI Bank is commencing ICICI Bank Probationary Officer Recruitment Drive for May 2012 Batch. Aptitude Test & Interview is likely to be conducted across India in January 2012. 
Probationary Officer Programme is an initiative by ICICI Bank to attract bright graduate students to pursue a career in banking. It is designed to develop specialists with banking knowledge and skills to partially fulfill the future need of trained bankers . 

Those selected will undergo a one year intensive residential classroom training and internship in the following areas:
  • Corporate Banking
  • Private Banking
  • Risk and Credit Management
  • Treasury
  • Branch Management
  • Relationship Management
The training will be held in Bangalore or any other location in India as decided by ICICI Bank. During the training, a stipend will be given to candidates to meet out of pocket expenses. On successful completion of the program they will be absorbed as Assistant Manager.

Eligibility Criteria for Test:
  • Completed graduation with 55% (Aggregate) in any discipline.
  • Up to 25 years of age as on May 01,2012 (should have been born on or after May 01,1987).
  • Ensure you select your **Preferred Interview Location.

    Last date of registration December 30 , 2011.
What is the selection procedure?
The selection will be through a multi stage selection process comprising of:
  • Aptitude Test
  • Group Process
  • Profiling
  • Interview
Who can apply?
  • Graduates with 55% in any discipline
  • Up to 25 years of age as on May 01,2012
If selected, You will undergo a one year intensive residential classroom training and internship with a stipend. All cost of the program including fooding & lodging will be borne by ICICI Bank. On successful completion of the program you will be absorbed as Assistant Manager – Band I at a gross salary of more than Rs. 3.5 Lakhs per annum.

1. What is ICICI Bank PO Programme?

It is an initiative by ICICI Bank to attract bright graduate students to pursue a career in banking. It is an attempt to create specialist graduate students with banking knowledge and skills.

2. How can I apply?

Log on to www.icicicareers.com and fill up the application form online. Test Dates & Locations will be announced at a later date for which you will get an e-mail/SMS. click here to apply online

3. Who can apply?

  • Completed graduation with 55% (Aggregate) in any discipline.
  • Up to 25 years of age as on May 01,2012 ( should have been born on or after May 01,1987)
  • Only short-listed applicants will be invited for the selection process.

      4. What are the areas in which training will be provided?

      Applicants joining the Probationary Programme will be enrolled for MBA in Banking and Finance. Its is UGC approved program and Manipal University awards the degree. MBA (Banking & Finance) course duration is for a period of 30 months (2 ½ years) with the maximum period for completion being 60 months.
      MBA (Banking & Finance) program consists of two phase,
      First Phase:
      • Comprising of 12 months of On campus program(9 months of classroom training & 3 months of internship in ICICI Bank).
      • On successful completion of the first 12 months of training POs will be awarded the Post Graduate Diploma in Banking from ICICI Manipal Academy.
      • On successful completion of the first 12 months of training program, the POs will be absorbed as Assistant Managers in the Bank
      • On Campus program comprises of Semester I and II and is designed to provide banking skills to perform effectively in a banking environment.
      The students are provided with an exit option after successfully completing the first year of the MBA (Banking & Finance) program. Such students are allowed to exit the MBA program with a Post Graduate Diploma in Banking (PGDB).
      However POs who wish to continue with the MBA (Banking & Finance) program are allowed to rejoin the MBA (Banking & Finance) program within 1 year of their completion of PGDB from IMA campus. Such students, by virtue of their being Assistant Managers working at different branches/locations of ICICI Bank will be provided their lectures and study materials online.
      Second Phase:
      • Comprising of 18 months of Online Training.(3 Semesters viz, III, IV & V) are designed to provide managerial skills to the students in a working and business environment.
      • Students who have chosen to continue with their MBA (Banking & Finance) program can pursue the Second phase along with their Job at ICICI Bank.
      *** Placement in specialization based on Bank’s needs and decision

19 November 2011

Books for self improvement

BOOKS FORSELF DEVELOPMENT AND FOR IMPROVING COMMUNICATION SKILLS


1.      The Story Of My Experiments With Truth by  M K Gandhi
2.      The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
3.      The Journey Of My Life by Tanguturi Prakasam Pantulu Garu
4.      Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramhamsa Yogananda
5.      Long Walk To Freedom by Nelson Mandela
6.      For The Love Of India – The Life of Jamsetji N Tata by R M Lala
7.      Abraham Lincoln by Anne Sproule
8.      Influencing for Results by Gavin Kennedy (Random House)
9.      Communicate With Confidence by Dianna Booher (TMH)
10.  Great Speakers Are Not Born by George Kods (Pustak Mahal)
11.  Freedom at Midnight by Dominique Lapiere
12.  The Seven Spiritual Laws Of Success by Deepak Chopra
13.  Wisdom Leadership by S K Chakraborthy
14.  Seeds of Greatness by Denis Waitley
15.  100 Best Parliamentary Speeches by Subhash C Kashyap
16.  Leadership by Rudolf W. Giuliani
17.  The Present by Spencer Johnson
18.  The Amazing Results Of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale
19.  Pulling Your Own Strings by Wayne W Dyer
20.  Teach Yourself To Think by Edward Debono
21.  Daring to Dream by Anjali Hazarika
22.  The Be Happy Attitudes by Robert H Schuller
23.  Dig Your Well Before You Are Thirsty by Harvey Macay
24.  Character by Samuel Smiles
25.  The Road Less Traveled by Scot M Peck
26.  Practice What You Preach by David H. Maister
27.  In Search Of Your True Self by Walter R Staples
28.  The Seven Habits Of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey
29.  What We Cannot Imagine We Cannot Create by C K Prahlad
30.  The Wealth Of Nations by Adam Smith
31.  Developing The Leader Within You by John C Maxwell
32.  Live to Win by Victor Kiam
33.  Prophets of New India Published by Penguin
34.  Knock Out Challenges by Macmillan
35.  The Discovery of India by Jawaharlal Nehru
36.  We, the People by Nani A Palkiwala
37.  The Monk Who Sold His Ferari by Robin S. Sharma
38.  You Can Have It All by Mary Kay
39.  How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
40.  Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
41.  The 10 Natural Laws of Successful Time and Life Management by Hyrum B. Smith
42.  Enthusiasm Makes the Difference by Norman Vincent Peale
43.  Every Street is Paved with Gold by Kim Woo Choong
44.  Ignited Minds by A P J Abdul Kalam
45.  India by V S Naipaul
46.  Unlimited Power by Anthony Robins
47.  Wise and Otherwise by Sudha Murthy
48.  I Dare by Kiran Bedi
49.  Control Your Destiny or Someone Else Will by Noel Trichy
50.  The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
51.  The Importance of Living by Lin Yutang
52.  The Science of Life by H G Well
53.  Walden by David Henry Thoreu
54.  The Path of Leadership by Montgomery
55.  The Goal by Eliyahu M Goldratt and Jeff Cox
56.  Leading Lesons from the Literature by Sampath P Singh
57.  The Secret of the Ages by Robert Collier
58.  Culture Capsules- Art of Living by Dr I V Chalapati Rao
59.  Man the Unknown by Alexis Carrel
60.  Time Flies by Bill Cosby
61.  An Unknown Indian by Nirad C Chowdhury
62.  Living with Himalayan Masters by Swami Rama
63.  The Indian Epics Retold by R K Narayan
64.  Heroes and Hero Worship by Thomas Carlyle
65.  The Soul’s Guide by James Allen
66.  The Sprit to Serve by J W Marriott
67.  The Path to Power by Margaret Thatcher
68.  Sony-The Private Life by John Nathan
69.  Greetings, Carbon based Bipeds by Arthur C Clarke
70.  Critique of Judgment by Immanuel Kant
71.  The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine
72.  The Borderless World by  Kenichi Ohmae
73.  The Utopia by Thomas More
74.  Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austin
75.  Culture and Anarchy by Mathew Arnold
76.  Oh, Life Relax Please! By Swami Sukhabodhananda
77.  You Were Born Rich by Bob Proctor
78.  Creative Mind by Ernest S. Holmes
79.  Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins
80.  The Power of Now – Eckhart Toole
81. Feel the Fear ... and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers
82.  The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles
83.  Do One Thing Different: Ten Simple Ways to Change Your Life by Bill O'hanlon
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17 November 2011

Summer Research Fellowships - 2012

SUMMER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS - 2012
(Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore,
in association with Dept. of Science and Technology and Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, New Delhi)
Fax: 080-22082980; Phone: 080-22082776 E-mail: srfp@jncasr.ac.in
Website: http://www.jncasr.ac.in/srfp.php


 

Minimum Academic requirements for applying : Students who have secured not less than 80% in Maths and Science subjects in their 10th and 12th or equivalent examinations and not less than first class in graduation and post graduation ( if applicable).

Students presently studying in I & II year of B.Sc, I, II & III year of B.E. / B.Tech.,I year of M.Sc and I - IV year of Integrated M.Sc can apply for Life Sciences and Mathematics.

Students presently studying in II year of B.Sc., II & III year of B.E. / B.Tech., I year of M.Sc., and II - IV year of Integrated M.Sc., can apply for Materials Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Physical Sciences, Engineering Sciences and Atmospheric Sciences.

The students selected under this programme are placed with scientists at the Centre or elsewhere in India, for 2 months with a stipend of Rs. 6000/- p.m and travel support as per Govt, of India norms.




Detailed information and application form can be downloaded from Click Here or may be obtained by writing to the address mention below with a self-addressed envelope of 16x25 cms with stamp oi Rs. 10/-

The Assistant Coordinator
Summer Research Fellowship Programme
Jawaharlai Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
Jakkur P.O., Bangalore 560 064.


Last date for request for application form : 15th November 2011

Last date for downloading application form from website : 01 st December 2011

Last dates for receipt of completed application : 2nd December 2011



THE HINDU-HITACHI SCHOLARSHIPS

THE HINDU-HITACHI SCHOLARSHIPS


In association with Hitachi Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, THE HINDU invites applications for Scholarship for technical training in JAPAN. The number of Scholarships will be three. The terms and conditions are as follows:

1. Candidates who must be Indian Citizens, schould not have completed 30 years of age on 31.03.2012 and should be in possession of the minimum Degree of B.E., or B.Sc.,(Engg.) or its equivalent from any recognised university. Candidates who have already had practical experience in the branches for which training is proposed to be given, will be given preference. Candidates with at least one year's professional experience need apply. Those who were interviewed with previous years for the Scholarships need not apply again.

2.The Scholarships are tenable in Japan for principally six months commencing about July 2012. Trainees may have general training in one of the following product fields of Hitachi Ltd., (Hitachi) for Example (1) Industrial, Transportation and Urban Development Systems (2) Informaion and Telecommunication Systems (3) Power Systesms being subject to the convenience of each of Hitachi's establishments. During the training, there will be special emphasis on environment-related and energy-saving technologies.

3. Trainees shall be, during their training,under the supervision and direction of Hitachi, which has full discretion on scope,mode,duration and place of establishment of their training.Training will not be available in the R&D activities of Hitachi.They will be subject to the rules and regulations and the discipline of the establishment to which they are posted.

4. Selected trainees will be provided with return Economy Class air passage.Arrangements will also be made for free Boarding and Lodging for trainees in Japan, and to defray all expenses for travelling in Japan which may be considered necessary for their training. In addition, each trainee will be paid a monthly fixed allowance to cover his personal expenses.

5. Parents or guardians of selected candidates shall guarantee their good conduct and shall undertake to pay for their repatriation should their conduct be found unsatisfactory by Hitachi Ltd., or any, public authority in Japan or in case the selected candidates desire to discontinue their studies in Japan for any reason whatsover during the period of their scholarships.

6. Applications should be made in duplicate in the forms available on payments of Rs.5/- from offices of The Hindu given below THE HINDU, 859 & 560 Anna Salai , Chennai - 600 002, or the Branch offices of THE HINDU.

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