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29 December 2014

Assistant Manager posts in NABARD 2015

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD)


NABARD invites applications for the post of Assistant Manager and Manager.

Assistant Manager : 100 posts

Qualification: A Bachelor's degree or Master's degree with minimum of 50% marks.

Assistant Managers in Rajbhasha service: 9 posts

Qualification Master degree in Hindi/Hindi Translation with second class.

Assistant Manager in Legal service: 3 posts

Qualification Bachelor's degree in Law.

Assistant Manager in Protocol and security service: 10 posts


Apply online through NABARD website

For Application 

For detailed notification click here


Officer posts in National Insurance Company Limited - 2015

National -Insurance-Company jobs at http://www.SarkariNaukriBlog.com

National Insurance Company Limited (NICL)

(A Govt. of India Undertaking)3, Middleton Street, P.O. Box. No.9229, Kolkata-700071

Officer posts in National Insurance Company Limited - 2015





Invites  online applications for the posts of  Officers (Scale-I) in National Insurance Company Limited in the following :

  1. Officer (Specialist) : 170 posts 
  2. Officer (Generalist) : 192 posts 
Age : 21-30 years 
Pay Scale : Rs.17240-32640 in Scale-I.


Application Fee : Rs.600/-  (Rs.50/- for SC/ST/PWD) to be paid online using Debit / Credit cards or by Net Banking, IMPS, Cash Cards / Mobile Wallets. 

Apply online:  in between 05/01/2015 and  24/01/2015.

For more information please visit  http://www.nationalinsuranceindia.com  

26 December 2014

Indira Gandhi National Tribal University Teaching Jobs Notification



Indira Gandhi National Tribal University

(A Central University established by an Act of Parliament)Mekal Sadan, Kapildhara Road, Amarkantak (M.P.)- 484886

Recruitment for Teaching Posts 2015

Indira Gandhi National Tribal University invites applications to fill various Teaching posts in different departments. 





Last date 31st January 2015

For more information visit www.igntu.nic.in or  www.igntu.ac.in

23 December 2014

DRDO Scientists Recruitment 2015

DEFENCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION (DRDO)

 RECRUITMENT AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE (RAC)

DRDO Recruitment 2015

Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) Recruitment and Assessment Centre (RAC) invite application for Scientists jobs. Total posts are 29. 
Last date 5th January 2015

DRDO invites online application from eligible candidates for the following Scientist posts:

  1. Scientist F : 03 posts, Pay Band : PB-4 Rs. 37400-67000/- Grade Pay Rs.8900, Age Limit: 50 years 
  2. Scientist E : 17 posts, Pay Scale : PB-4 Rs. 37400-67000/-  Grade Pay 8700/-, Age Limit: 45 year
  3. Scientist D : 05 posts, Pay Scale : PB-3 Rs. 15600-39100/-  Grade Pay 7600/-, Age Limit: 45 years
  4. Scientist C : 04 posts, Pay Scale : PB-3 Rs. 15600-39100/-  Grade Pay 6600/-, Age Limit: 35 years

Eligible Candidates can apply  online Apply.

Last Date is 09.01.2015

DRDO Recruitment 2015 Advt.

AP Grameena Bank Officer and Office Assistant Notification 2015

Andhra Pragathi Grameena Bank
Notification for Recruitment of Office Assistant



For more information www.apgb.in

22 December 2014

Collocations

B.Tech I Year English

Vocabulary

Collocations

What is collocation?

A collocation is a pair or group of words that are often used together. These combinations sound natural to
native speakers, but students of English have to make a special effort to learn them because they are often
difficult to guess.

We say ...

fast cars
fast food
a quick glance
a quick meal

We don't say ...

quick food
a fest glance
a fest meal 

W h y learn collocations?

We must learn collocations because they can provide

a) give you the most natural way to say something: smoking is strictly forbidden is more natural than smoking is strongly forbidden.
b) give you alternative ways of saying something, which may be more colourful/expressive or more precise: instead of repeating It was very cold and very dark, we can say It was bitterly cold and pitch dark.
c) improve your style in writing: instead of saying poverty causes crime, you can say poverty breeds crime; instead of saying a big meal you can say a substantial meal. You may not need or want to use these in informal conversations, but in writing they can give your text more variety and make it read better: this book includes notes about formality wherever the collocations are especially formal or informal. 

Types of Collocations

Collocations are different types such as adjective + adverb, noun + noun, verb + noun and so on.

Here you will find seven different types of collocation with various examples.
1. adverb + adjective
  • Invading that country was an utterly stupid thing to do.
  • We entered a richly decorated room.
  • Are you fully aware of the implications of your action?
2. adjective + noun
  • The doctor ordered him to take regular exercise.
  • The Titanic sank on its maiden voyage.
  • He was writhing on the ground in excruciating pain.
3. noun + noun
  • Let's give Mr Jones a round of applause.
  • The ceasefire agreement came into effect at 11am.
  • I'd like to buy two bars of soap please.
4. noun + verb
  • The lion started to roar when it heard the dog barking.
  • Snow was falling as our plane took off.
  • The bomb went off when he started the car engine.
5. verb + noun
  • The prisoner was hanged for committing murder.
  • I always try to do my homework in the morning, after making my bed.
  • He has been asked to give a presentation about his work.
6. verb + expression with preposition
  • We had to return home because we had run out of money.
  • At first her eyes filled with horror, and then she burst into tears.
  • Their behaviour was enough to drive anybody to crime.
7. verb + adverb
  • She placed her keys gently on the table and sat down.
  • Mary whispered softly in John's ear.
  • vaguely remember that it was growing dark when we left.

Some more common examples for collocations

havedomake
have a bath
have a drink
have a good time
have a haircut
have a holiday
have a problem
have a relationship
have a rest
have lunch
have sympathy
do business
do nothing
do someone a favour
do the cooking
do the housework
do the shopping
do the washing up
do your best
do your hair
do your homework
make a difference
make a mess
make a mistake
make a noise
make an effort
make furniture
make money
make progress
make room
make trouble
takebreakcatch
take a break
take a chance
take a look
take a rest
take a seat
take a taxi
take an exam
take notes
take someone's place
take someone's temperature
break a habit
break a leg
break a promise
break a record
break a window
break someone's heart
break the ice
break the law
break the news to someone
break the rules
catch a ball
catch a bus
catch a chill
catch a cold
catch a thief
catch fire
catch sight of
catch someone's attention
catch someone's eye
catch the flu
paysavekeep
pay a fine
pay attention
pay by credit card
pay cash
pay interest
pay someone a compliment
pay someone a visit
pay the bill
pay the price
pay your respects
save electricity
save energy
save money
save one's strength
save someone a seat
save someone's life
save something to a disk
save space
save time
save yourself the trouble
keep a diary
keep a promise
keep a secret
keep an appointment
keep calm
keep control
keep in touch
keep quiet
keep someone's place
keep the change
comegoget
come close
come complete with
come direct
come early
come first
come into view
come last
come late
come on time
come prepared
come right back
come second
come to a compromise
come to a decision
come to an agreement
come to an end
come to a standstill
come to terms with
come to a total of
come under attack
go abroad
go astray
go bad
go bald
go bankrupt
go blind
go crazy
go dark
go deaf
go fishing
go mad
go missing
go on foot
go online
go out of business
go overseas
go quiet
go sailing
go to war
go yellow
get a job
get a shock
get angry
get divorced
get drunk
get frightened
get home
get lost
get married
get nowhere
get permission
get pregnant
get ready
get started
get the impression
get the message
get the sack
get upset
get wet
get worried

Miscellaneous

TimeBusiness EnglishClassifiers
bang on time
dead on time
early 12th century
free time
from dawn till dusk
great deal of time
late 20th century
make time for
next few days
past few weeks
right on time
run out of time
save time
spare time
spend some time
take your time
tell someone the time
time goes by
time passes
waste time
annual turnover
bear in mind
break off negotiations
cease trading
chair a meeting
close a deal
close a meeting
come to the point
dismiss an offer
draw a conclusion
draw your attention to
launch a new product
lay off staff
go bankrupt
go into partnership
make a loss
make a profit
market forces
sales figures
take on staff
a ball of string
a bar of chocolate
a bottle of water
a bunch of carrots
a cube of sugar
a pack of cards
a pad of paper

19 December 2014

Notification for RESET Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam tirupati

SRI PADMAVATI MAHILA VISVAVIDYALAYAM, TIRUPATI

ADMISSION NOTIFICATION FOR M.Phil. AND Ph.D. PROGRAMME 2014-15

Applications in the prescribed form are invited from the eligible women candidates to appear for the entrance test for admission into M.Phil. and PhD Full time and Part-time) programmes in the following disciplines:

School of Sciences

(1)Applied Microbiology (only Ph.D.) (2) Biotechnology (3)Computer Science (4)Home
Science (5)Pharmaceutical Sciences (only Ph.D.) (6 ) Sericulture/Botany/Zoology.

School of Social Sciences Humanities and Management

(1) Communication & Journalism (2) M.Phil.)  (3) English 4)Music (only M.Phil.) (5) Business Management (only M.Phil.) (6) Social Work (7) Telugu Studies (only M.Phil.) (8) Women’s Studies.

 Application forms can be downloaded from the website (www.spmvv.ac.in). 
Filled in applications with a demand draft for Rs.1,500 for General Students and  Rs.1,000/- for SC/ST students towards registration fee drawn in favour of the
Registrar, SPMVV, Tirupati should reach the Dean, Examinations,  SPMVV, Tirupati 517502 on or before 2.02.2015

RESET-2014 will be conducted on 12.03.2015 at 10.30 a.m. in SPMVV, Tirupati. 
Application without registration fee will be summarily rejected.

RESET is common for both M.phil and Ph.D. programmes in the concerned discipline. However, candidates applying for both M.Phil. and Ph.D. should submit separate applications with separate registration fee.


 REGISTRAR

ADMISSION NOTIFICATION FOR M.Phil. AND Ph.D. PROGRAMME 2014-15


BITSAT 2015


Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani
Notification for BITSAT 2015

www.boko0891.blogspot.com
For more details visit www.bitsadmission.com

Yenepoya University Admission Notification for PG Medical Courses 2015-16

Yenepoya University
Admission Notification for PG Medical Courses 2015-16

For more information visit www.yenepoya.edu.in

13 December 2014

Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Syllabus

Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Syllabus


The GRE is the qualifiying examination conducted at the national level to get admission in the different graduate colleges of United States and other foreign countries. Many students appear for these exams every year to take admission in various foreign universities. 

GRE Examination Pattern/Scheme

The Graduate Record Examination is an online test held as per the difficulty level of questions. The GRE exam is conducted in the following subjects:
Mathematics
Physics
Psychology
Chemistry
Biology
Biochemistry
Cell and Molecular Biology and
English Literature

Subject Wise Questions

Physics:                     100
Chemistry                  130
Biology                      194
Molecular Biology      170





HCU PG Diploma Distance Education Notification


University of Hyderabad 

Centre for Distance and Virtual Learning


University of Hyderabad invites applications for the following courses through distance education for the academic year 2015-16

Courses
PGDLAN (P.G. Diploma in Library Automation & Networking)
PGDCAQM (Post-Graduate Diploma in Chemical Analysis & Quality Management)
PGDCL&IPR (P.G.Diploma in Cyber Laws & Intellectual Property Rights)
PGDBM (Post-Graduate Diploma in Business Management)
PGDCE (Post-Graduate Diploma in Communicative English)
PGDCJ&FS (Post-Graduate Diploma in Criminal Justice & Forensic Science)
PGDG (Post-Graduate Diploma in Governance)
PGDHR (Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Rights)
PGDTSH (Post-Graduate Diploma in Translation Studies in Hindi)
PGDTC (Post-Graduate Diploma in Tele-Communications)
PGDMB (Post-Graduate Diploma in Medicinal Botony)
PGD-TMA (Post-Graduate Diploma in Technology Management in Agriculture)
PGD-TTM (Post-Graduate Diploma in Telecom Technology & Management)
Eligibility
S. No.
Name of the Course
Qualification for Admission
1.
Project Management (PGDPM)
Any graduate
2.
Library Automation & Networking (PGDLAN)
Graduate in Library Science
3.
Chemical Analysis and Quality Management (PDCAQM)
Any graduate with as a Subject Chemistry
4.
Cyber Laws and Intellectual Property Rights (PGDCL &IPR)
Any graduate
5.
Business Management (PGDBM)
Any graduate
6.
Communicative English (PGDCE)
Any graduate
7.
Criminal Justice & Forensic Science (PGDCJ&FS)
Any graduate
8.
Governance(PGDG)
Any graduate
9.
Medicinal Botony(PGDMB)
Any graduate
10.
Human Rights(PGDHR)
Any graduate
11.
Translation Studies in Hindi(PGDTSH)
Any graduate
12.
Telecommunications (PGDTC)
Any Graduate in Mathematics & Physics or Electronics
13.
Technology Management in Agriculture (PGD-TMA)
Any graduate
14.
Telecom Technology Management (PGD-TTM)
Engineering Graduate and Post Graduates in ECE/ECT Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Branches, M.Sc. Electronics
Selection
Fee Structure
Students admitted have to pay the relevant fee in two equal installments or in one lumpsum within the prescribed date mentioned in the Provisional Admission Offer Letter. All payments should be made through demand draft obtained from any Nationalized Bank drawn in favour of "The Finance Officer, University of Hyderabad" payable at Hyderabad. No other mode of payment shall be accepted. The following information should be given on the reverse side of the Demand Drafts before submitting in the CDVL office.
If a student fails to pay the 2nd instalment fee by the due date with or without late payment, 2nd tern study material shall not be dispatched. However, in exceptional cases, the university may permit students to continue their studies by paying the second term fee for the next session and attending contact sessions subject to payment of the following penalties.

a) First Deferment: 600/-
b) Second Deferment: 1000/-
a) First Deferment: Rs. 500/-
b) Second Deferment: Rs. 1000/-
1. Fee once paid will not be returned by the university under any circumstances. All disputes are subject to the Greater Hyderabad Jurisdiction.
2. After the payment of Deferment fee, the student can complete the course within three years from the date of admission, which stands as the base year.
S. No.
Programme
1st Installment
2nd Installment
Total
1.
PGDPM
8000/-
8000/-
16,000/-
2.
PGDLAN
7000/-
7000/-
14,000/-
3.
PGDCAQM
8000/-
8000/-
16,000/-
4.
PGDCL&IPR
8500/-
8500/-
17,000/-
5.
PGDBM
8500/-
8500/-
17,000/-
6.
PGDCE
3500/-
3500/-
7,000/-
7.
PGDCJ&FS
8000/-
8000/-
16,000/-
8.
PGDG
3500/-
3500/-
7,000/-
9.
PGDMB
5000/-
5000/-
10,000/-
10.
PGDHR
3500/-
3500/-
7,000/-
11.
PGDTSH
3500/-
3500/-
7,000/-
12.
PGDTC
8,000/-
8,000/-
16,000/-
13.
PGD-TMA
12,500/-
12,500/-
25,000/-
14.
PGDMC&TTM
20,000/-
20,000/-
40,000/-

Sl.14. This course is jointly offered with National Academy of Telecom Finance & Management, BSNL. Please see the website: www.natfm.bsnl.co.in for admission details.
S. No.
Programme
1st Installment
2nd Installment
Total
1.
PGDPM
US $ 420
US $ 420
US $ 840
2.
PGDLAN
US $ 300
US $ 300
US $ 600
3.
PGDCAQM
US $ 420
US $ 420
US $ 840
4.
PGDCL&IPR
US $ 420
US $ 420
US $ 840
5.
PGDBM
US $ 420
US $ 420
US $ 840
6.
PGDCE
US $ 180
US $ 180
US $ 360
7.
PGDCJ&FS
US $ 360
US $ 360
US $ 720
8.
PGDG
US $ 150
US $ 150
US $ 300
9.
PGDMB
US $ 420
US $ 420
US $ 840
10.
PGDHR
US $ 150
US $ 150
US $ 300
11.
PGDTSH
US $ 150
US $ 150
US $ 300
12.
PGDTC
US $ 420
US $ 420
US $ 840
13.
PGD-TMA
US $ 600
US $ 600
US $ 1200
14.
PGDMC&TTM
US $ 1200
US $ 1200
US $ 2400

Sl.14. This course is jointly offered with National Academy of Telecom Finance & Management, BSNL. Please see the website: www.natfm.bsnl.co.in for admission details.

How to Apply
Submission of Application Forms:
Centre for Distance and Virtual Learning
University of Hyderabad
Golden Threshold Bldg
Nampally Station Road
Hyderabad-500001.
  • Application form with 2 Passport size Photo Graph, Demand Draft of amount Rs 300.00, Drawn in favour of Finance Officer, University of Hyderabad Payable at Hyderabad.
  • Secondary School Certificate (SSC) (date of birth proof).
  • Intermediate/Higher Secondary Education 10+2
  • Bacherlor's Degree, Provisional Certificate, Marks Memos
  • Post-graduate Degree, Provisional Certificate, Marks Memo
Admission


Calendar Year
Admission Processes
February
Dispatch of I-Term Study Material Along with Assignment Question Paper
15th to 30th June
Contact Programmes I-Term (All Courses) (Followed by Examination [I-Term])
1st Aug to 15th Sept
Dispatch of Letter for II-Term Fee
16th Sept to 20th Sept
Last Date for Payment of II-Term Fee
1st week of Oct
Dispatch of II-Term study Material along with Assignment Question Papers
31st October
Contact Programmes (For All Courses) (Followed by Examination [II-Term])
15thNov to 31st Dec.
Evaluation & Declaration of Results
January

Calender for current year
Admission Processes
January to February
Dispatch of I-Term Study Material
March of Every Year
Despatch of Assignments & Submission of assignments
April
Evaluation of Assignments by the Coordinators
May
Online Counseling by the Co-ordinators
May
Intimation letter for II term fee
June
Despatch of II term study material
July/Aug
Physical Contact Programmes
Oct-Nov
All Examinations
Jan-Feb
Evaluation/Result Announcing/Despatch of marks.Memos.& Certificates
January

Contact Us
Nampally Station Road,
Abids, Hyderabad - 500 001,
Telangana, India
Phone : 040-2460 0264
Fax : 040-2460 0266
Email: cde@uohyd.ernet.in
For more information please visit the website http://www.uohyd.ac.in/images/pdf/cdvl_prospectus_2015.pdf

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