Saturday, July 28, 2012

Indian Institute of Carpet Technology,Bhadohi,UP

Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, IICT

Affiliated with U. P. Technical University 
Chauri Road 
Uttar Pradesh 
Phone-No: 05414-225504 
Fax: 05414-225509 
About College:
The Indian Institute of Carpet Technology popularly known as IICT, arguably the only of its kind in World, has been set up by Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India to provide much needed support to Textile, Carpet and allied Industries. The Institute is affiliated to U.P. Technical University. Lucknow and is approved by A.I.C.T.E. The institute is also a member of I.S.T.E. and CII and recognized by Textile Institute, Manchester, UK. The main thrust areas of the Institute are A) Human Resource Development B) Design Creation and Development, C) Research & Development and D) Technical Support Services to the Industry

28 Jul 2012
Course Name:
BTech in Carpet Textile Technology
Course Description:
BTech in Carpet & Textile Technology (Lateral Entry in 2nd year)
Diploma with 60% marks in textile technology/hand loom technology/textile designing/or any other diploma recognized by UP technical board may be considered under this category. Candidates with physics, chemistry and mathematics shall only be eligible.
How To Apply:
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Contact Here:-
Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, IICT
(Under the Administrative Control of DC (Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India, Affiliated with U. P. Technical University & Approved by AICTE) 
Chauri Road Bhadohi Uttar Pradesh 
Phone-No: 05414-225504 Fax: 05414-225509 
Closing Date:
13 Aug 2012
Last date for Submission of Application Form: 13th August 2012
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The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences


NOTIFICATION No. Acad/PG/4/2012  DATED 11th July 2012

Applications are invited in prescribed proforma  for admission  to Ph.D.  (Doctor of Philosophy) Degree.  The last date for submission of the application is 11th August 2012. 

The  short  listed  candidates  for  Ph.D.  Degree  shall  have  to  take  an  entrance  examination  on  27th  August  2012 (Monday)  at  11  a.m. in  the  premises  of NUJS  followed  by  a  personal interview  on  28th  August  2012  (Tuesday) from 11 a.m. onwards.   

The eligibility criteria for Ph.D Degree is as follows:-  
1)      Ph.D –  Any  candidate  who  satisfies  the  following  conditions  is  eligible  to  seek  registration  for  Ph.D.  in  the  University upon application for provisional registration.   

1.1 The candidate shall have LL.M degree or any Masters degree having the potentiality of interdisciplinary study with law  from any university recognized by UGC or equivalent LL.M or Masters degree of  foreign university with  a  minimum  of  55%  marks  or  equivalent  CGPA.  However,  this  condition  is  relaxed  to  50%  in  case  of candidates belonging to SC and ST. 
1.2 Candidates who have qualified for UGC/SLET/SET/JRF fellowships are exempted from Entrance Test. 
1.3 Candidates with M.Phil degree from any recognized University are exempted from Entrance Test. 

2) Entrance Test
 Admission to Ph.D shall be through an Entrance test followed by an interview.   

2.1 The Entrance Test shall consist of one paper of 80 marks with 3 hours duration. The syllabus of  the paper shall cover: 
(i) Law and Social Transformation in India 
(ii) Indian Constitutional Law: The New Challenges 
(iii) Judicial Process and Legal Education 
(iv) Research Methodology.  
The interview shall be for 20 marks.

2.2 Foreign candidates who have LL.M. degree from a foreign university or Indian university with a minimum of 55% marks or equivalent Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) shall be exempted from Entrance Test. But they shall submit a research proposal to the satisfaction of the Doctoral Committee.    

3)   Fees – Registration fees of Rs. 10,000 (Nonrefundable) (at the time of registration) plus annual fees of Rs.15,000 per annum (Nonrefundable).  
The applications need to be accompanied by a Demand Draft of Rs. 1000/ in favour of the Registrar,   
WBNUJS, Kolkata payable at Kolkata. 

Complete applications in all respect to be addressed to The Registrar, WBNUJS, 12 LB Block, Sector – III, Salt Lake City, Kolkata – 700 098 by 11th August 2012. 

NOTE:  Applications may be downloaded from the university website or may be obtained directly from the office of the University.  

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The Indian power Sector is presently passing through a phase of transition of technology up-gradation in the area of Generation and Transmission of Power.  Several new Ultra Mega Thermal Power Projects are in the process of installation both in Public and private sectors  where advanced technology like  Super  Critical  Technology supported by the latest technology of Electrical, Control & Instrumentation systems etc are coming in a big way. The course contents of this one year training programme have been designed to fulfill the mandatory requirements of Indian Electricity Rules amended in 1981 to groom the students having the basic theoretical knowledge of Power Generation from their college with the latest technology of Operation & Maintenance of the Thermal power plants. After completion of the course, the Engineers would be eligible for operation & Maintenance of Power plants of Capacity 100 MW and above as the course is in line with the syllabus recognized by Central Electricity Authority (CEA).
The duration of the course would be 52 weeks having 2 semesters  comprising  class room sessions as well as on-the-job training. The students have to attend the on-job practice sessions in power plants, substations etc. Visit to some reputed manufacturing plants is also an integral part of the course. At the end of the course, 2 weeks Simulator training will be arranged in the Simulator having latest state of the art technology. To enhance the personal skills, some inputs  of management are also to be given to the students.

India is growing at faster pace with a GDP of around 9% for the last 5 years.  To sustain this GDP it is necessary to have the growth of its power sector even at a higher rate. 
Indian Power industry, being highly capital intensive industry, is growing at a very fast rate of about 10% per annum. The present installed capacity of Indian power industry is about 202979.03 MW. To keep pace with the GDP growth of our country Govt. of India has a mandate of adding about 75,000MW to 100,000MW during the 12th (2012-2017) Five Year Plan and about same capacity during 13th Plan (2017-2022).Human resource development and capacity building in the present power scenario demands a very comprehensive and pragmatic approach to attract, utilize, develop, and conserve valuable human resources. Training, re-training, and career prospects are some of the important elements of  human resource development. By the working group on manpower planning in power sector it has been estimated that there is a shortage of skilled manpower which is fast emerging as a serious obstacle to the Govt. efforts to expedite the pace of power generation capacity addition in the country. Technically trained manpower comprising skilled engineers, supervisors, artisans/technicians and managers is required in every sphere of the power supply industry. The capacity addition along with commensurate Transmission and Distribution infrastructure leads to an estimated requirement of about 7.4 Lakh additional personnel for construction and O&M during 12th plan itself.
In order to mitigate the shortage of trained manpower Govt. of India has already taken many initiatives for providing training and developing the required manpower but the requirement of trained manpower is so high that there is a need of training/retraining of fresh and in service engineers and groom them by providing them the required training inputs and make them readily available for deploying them in the Power Sector as per its manpower requirements.
Hence, there is an ample scope of making a carrier in the Power Sector for the Engineers who undertake this programme.
In view of this CBIP has  taken initiative and launched  52 weeks Post Graduate Diploma Course in Thermal Power Plant Engineering as training in Power Sector is niche area of CBIP:
 The objective of the course is to develop groomed manpower for the power ·sector having high skills and confidence in running a Power Plant. After completion of the course the students would be readily available for the Indian Power Sector for taking over the charge of Operation & Maintenance of Power Plant equipments.
 The course satisfies the mandatory requirements of Rule 3 of Indian Electricity ·(Amendment) Rules, 1981 and Indian Electricity Act, 2003.
The course is also open for the sponsored candidates from SEBs and Power Utilities (Public & Private).
The present course is for 2nd batch for PGDC in Thermal Power Plant Engineering.

The course will be conducted under the supervision of experienced faculty who were the main initiators of this program in Indian Power Sector. Sh. C.S. Malik, Director, CBIP formerly Principal Director, NPTI and Sh. S.K. Ghosh, Adviser, CBIP, formerly Director, NPTI would be supervising this course.

Certificate will be issued by  Central Board of irrigation & Power (CBIP) which is a reputed autonomous body in the field of Power & Water Resources having liaison with various Govt./Semi-Govt./Pioneer-Pvt. Sector Organizations including Central Electricity Authority, NTPC, NHPC, Powergrid etc.

CBIP maintains close linkages with various power utilities and reputed companies of Indian Power Sector. Most of the Govt. utilities, IPPS, T&D utilities etc and other reputed manufacturing organizations of the above said field are associated with CBIP as member organizations and prefer to depute their Engineers to attend the training programmes/Workshops/ Seminars at CBIP. Though there is no commitment for placement of the candidates, CBIP would try its best and exploit all the opportunities for arranging campus interviews through its good networking with all of the power sector utilities/companies including reputed manufacturers. Almost all the candidates of 1st Batch of PGDC in Transmission & Distribution System have been placed in reputed organizations like WAPCOS, Powerlinks Transmission Ltd., Skipper Electricals India Ltd., Noida Power Co. Ltd. (NPCL), Indiabulls Ltd., Epsilon Asia, etc. Also the placement activities for the 1st Batch of PGDC in Thermal Power Plant Engineering have already been started and a good response from different organizations/independent power producers have already been recieved.

 The candidates who have obtained B.E./B.Sc. (Engg.), A.M.I.E. or  equivalent ·degree in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering are eligible to apply for admission to this Post Graduate diploma Course. Those appearing in their final year examination may also apply. However, they must submit their degree/provisional degree at the time of counseling/start of the course.
 Graduate Engineers sponsored by State Electricity Boards/Power Utilities and ·Private Companies  with at least one year post qualification experience as on 01/10/2012 and minimum 60% marks in BE/B-Tech./equivalent degree.
For non-sponsored candidates: Rs.1,50,000/- (to be  paid in 3 installments; 1st installment – Rs.60,000/- at the time of counseling (non-refundable), 2nd Installment –Rs.50,000/- latest by 07/01/2013, 3rd Installment – 40,000/- latest by 08/04/2013)
For sponsored candidates: Rs. 2,00,000/- (to be paid in full at the time of counseling)
Course fee includes the Simulator Training fee.

Travelling/lodging cost in case of outstation visits is to be borne by the students.

For foreign nationals: US$6,000/- (to be paid in full at the time of counseling)
The course fee may be paid in the form of demand draft drawn in favour of “CBIP, New Delhi”. The payment may also be done through online system of banks (ECS/RTGS/NEFT). The details of the bank of CBIP where remittance is to made through online banking is given below:
i. Name of the Bank: ICICI Bank Ltd.
ii. Brand Address: 16/48, Malcha Marg, Shopping Center, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-110021.
iii. Branch Code: ICIC0000346
iv. MICR: 110229052
v. S/B A/c Number: 034601000738
In this case the candidates may supply the following information to CBIP through email/fax/letter:
i. Name of the student
ii. Amount Paid
iii. Name of the Bank/Branch
iv. Transaction ID/ UTR (Unique Transaction Reference) Number 
Admission will be given on the following basis:
I. 70% seats to be filled up based on the score card of GATE and PGDC CET-2012 with minimum 60% marks in various examinations from 10th onwards.
II. 30% seats from general applications based on the marks of 10th, 12th and Engineering Degree with minimum 60% marks in various examinations from 10th onwards.
Admission shall be subject to verification of documents. A candidate who is allotted a seat during counseling will be required to pay the 1st installment of fee (Rs.60,000/- for non sponsored candidate and Rs.  2,00,000/- for sponsored candidate) immediately without which the admission will not be confirmed.
Total No. of seats for the program is 60 (may vary). 10% of the seats are reserved for candidates sponsored from Power utilities having more than one year experience and more than 60% marks in Engineering Degree.
The seats of sponsored category can be filled by non-sponsored category and viceversa depending on the position of vacant seats.
For the non sponsored candidates maximum age limit as on  07/07/2012 is 27 years. 
However, there is no age limit for the sponsored candidates.
Counseling will be held at CBIP, Malcha Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, opposite to Carmel Convent, Malcha Marg between 10AM to 5-30PM. The candidates must appear in person  on the date of counseling  with all relevant original documents like Birth certificate, Educational qualifications, GATE/PGDC CET-2012 Score Card, CGPA/CPI conversion chart issued by the registrar/controller of examinations of the concerned 
university (in case of CGPA/CPI candidates).
The Candidates who are sponsored from any organization have to enclose a sponsorship  certificate issued by their respective organizations in the format given on the CBIP website.

Application as per the format available on CBIP website on plain paper along-with the demand draft of Rs.700/- in favour of “CBIP” payable at New Delhi, should reach the Secretary, CBIP, (address given below) latest by  01/09/2012 with Two passport size photographs. Candidates are advised to go through the brochure thoroughly before filling the form.

Points to be Noted:
i. All the future notifications/ information will be available on CBIP website. The candidates are advised to be regularly in touch with the website.
ii. Attach attested copies of proof of  date of birth,  certificates/scorecard of 10th/12th/Engg. Graduation/GATE Score Card/PGDC CET-2012 Score Card/ CGPA/CPI Conversion Chart issued by Registrar/controller of the concerned university.
iii. Application fee is non refundable.
iv. Applications after due date will not be accepted.

Secretary, CBIP, Malch Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-110021
Tel No: 011-26875017/26116567/24102437/ Fax: 011-26116347

Last Date for receipt of completed application forms: 01/09/2012
Announcement of 1st list of candidates for counseling on website: 07/09/2012
Dates for first counseling: To be intimated 
Dates for second counseling (in case of any vacant seat): To be intimated 
Commencement of Course: 01/10/2012


Last Date for receipt of completed application forms: 01/09/2012
Announcement of 1st list of candidates for counseling on website: 07/09/2012
Dates for first counseling: To be intimated 
Dates for second counseling (in case of any vacant seat): To be intimated 
Commencement of Course: 01/10/2012





Applications are invited from Eligible candidates for registration for research leading to Ph.D Degree of this University as per the “Revised Regulations for Ph.D Registration and Award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 2010/2012.”

Director : Prof.M.S John

School of Gandhian Thought and Development Studies

Tel:    91-481-2731039 (O)         
·         PhD NOTIFICATION - 2012
·         Revised Regulations
·         PhD Regulations 2010
·         Subjects, Centres and Guides

Contacts in Administration Branch:

Joint Registrar - Academic          :   0481-2731050/1222
Deputy Registrar - Academic      :   0481-2731050/1228
Assistant Registrar - Academic  :   0481-2731050/1222
Section Officer- PhD                      :   0481-2731050/1317

.   Eligibility for Application:
             A candidate who has passed the Post-graduate Examination in any discipline of Mahatma Gandhi University or of other Universities recognized as equivalent thereto securing not less than 55% marks in the aggregate shall be eligible to apply for registration for Ph.D.  For SC/ST candidates, the minimum marks required for application is 50% in the aggregate in the Postgraduate Examination.  Provided, however, that MBBS, BAMS, BHMS and BDS degree holders who have secured not less than 50% marks for their final
examinations shall be eligible for registration for Ph.D Provided further that CA qualified candidates, that is, a person whose name has been entered as a member  in  the  Register  maintained  either  by  the  Institute  of  Chartered Accountants of India or by the Institute of Cost and Work Accountants of India  shall  also  be  eligible  to  apply  for  registration  for  Ph.D.  When  the application is made for registration at an approved Research Centre other than the University Departments,  the application shall be accompanied by letters of consent from the Head of the Research Centre (The College Principal in the case of an affiliated college centre) where the applicant proposes to work as well as from the Supervising Teacher under whom he/she proposes to work.

.    Mode of Admission:        Admission to the Ph.D programmes shall be made on the basis of (a) the
qualifying  degree marks;   (b) a written aptitude  test; and (c) an interview.  

However,  UGC-CSIR  JRF  candidates  (and  awardees  of  other  similar  Fellowship.  Including the KSCST and INSPIRE Fellowships) and UGC Teacher Fellows can be  admitted directly into the Ph.D. programme.  They are not required to appear in  the written test and shall be accommodated against available seats, provided the Doctoral Committee is satisfied with their performance in the interview.

.   Aptitude Test/Interview:
Only candidates who acquire 50% marks in the written test will be called for the interview.  The following University Departments shall conduct the research aptitude tests in the subjects indicated:
1) School of Gandhian Thought and Development Studies (Gandhian Studies, Social Work, Development Studies) 
2) Shool of International Relations (International Relations, Political Science, Public Administration, Economics)
3) School of Social Sciences (History, Anthropology, Sociology, Philosophy) 
4) School of Letters (English, Malayalam, Comparative Literature, Theatre Arts, Fine Arts)
5) School of Behavioural Sciences (Psychology, Special Education, Behavioural Medicine, Rehabilitation Nursing, Disabilities Studies)
6) School of Bio-Scien es (Bio-sciences)
7) School of Chemical Sciences (Chemistry, Polymer Science/Engineering)
8) School of computer Science (Computer Science)
9) School of Pure and Applied Physics (Physics, Electronics)
10) School of Environmental Sciences (Environmental Sciences)
11) School of Pedagogical Sciences (Education, Educational Psychology)
12) School of Physical Education and Sports Sciences (Physical Education)                                                               
13) School of Management and Business Studies (Management Studies,       Business     Administration)
14) School of Indian Legal Thought (Law)University shall conduct separate written aptitude tests in the following subjects:  Library and Information Science, Hindi, Sanskrit, Syriac, Arabic, Botany, Zoology, Pharmacy, Mathematics, Applicable Mathematics, Statistics, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Fishery Science, Home Science, Commerce.

Applications  for  admission  to  Ph.D  research  in  the  University Departments  shall  be  made  to  the  Head  of  the  Department  concerned.

Applications for admission to the approved Research Centres shall be made to the Registrar.

.   Exemption from the Written Test:
Apart from JRF candidates and UGC Teacher Fellows, the following categories  of  candidates  are  exempted  from  appearing  for  the   Written Aptitude Test.
a) M.Phil  and  M.Tech  (all  disciplines),  MD  (Medicine)  and  MS (Medicine) holders in the subject of research concerned. 
b) Regular and permanent teachers from the Government and Aided Colleges  affiliated  to  Mahatma  Gandhi  University  and  from  the University Departments.
c) Candidates  who  have  become  qualified  in  the NET/SLET/GATE/GPAT  or  other  Tests  conducted  by  such Government bodies as UGC, CSIR, ICAR, and ICMR.
d) Scientists from Accredited R&D Institutions.
e) Candidates who hold a valid certificate for having qualified in the Research Aptitude Test conducted by Mahatma Gandhi University.

.   Fellowships:  
University Junior Research Fellowships shall be made available to a limited number of candidates registered for Ph.D each year.  Selection in this regard shall be made on the basis of merit from among the candidates other than UGC Teacher Fellows and holders of JRF and other Fellowships.  The University shall determine annually the number of such fellowships on the basis of funds available and notify them separately.

.   Registration for Research:All candidates admitted to the Ph.D programmes of the University shall be registered  as  full  time  research  scholars,  except  regular  and  permanent teachers  from  the  Government  and  Aided  Colleges  affiliated  to  Mahatma Gandhi  University  and  from  the  University  Departments,  who  shall  be granted part-time registration if they so desire. 

.  Course Work:
Each student, other than regular and permanent teachers from the Government and Aided Colleges affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University and from the University Departments (who shall be granted part-time registration if  they  so  desire)  admitted  to  the  Ph.D  programme  shall  be  required  to undertake course work for a period of one semester within a continuous period  of  two  semesters.   The  course  work  shall  be  organized  by  the University  Departments  for  students  registered  at  the  Departments.

Students registered at approved Research Centres shall undergo course work at  their  own  Centres.   The  course  work  shall  have  the  following  three components:
a) A course in Research Methodology : There shall be two courses for the  students  to  choose  from:   one  common  for  the  disciplines coming under the  science stream and the other common for all the disciplines coming under the non-science stream.
b) A course  on recent developments in the broad discipline.
c) A course in the area of research which will include detailed review of the current status of scholarship in the area.
Candidates with M.Phil shall be exempted from courses (a) and (b).  The course work in their case shall be limited to the third course (course c).  A Ph.D candidate in a University Department who fails to acquire the minimum GPA of 5 (45%  in the case of Ph.D Candidates in other approved Research Centres) can avail of another chance to improve his/her GPA/ percentage of marks by repeating the end-semester exams for the courses to be held a year later.  No further chance for improving the evaluation of the course work shall be given.  Such candidates cannot continue Ph.D research. 

.   Place of Research:
Research shall be carried out by a Research Scholar in a University Department  or  in  a  Research  Centre  in  an  Affiliated  College  or  in  an institution recognized as a Research Centre under these regulations.

.   Part-time Research:Registration for part-time research shall be granted from the beginning only to regular and permanent teachers from the Government and Aided Colleges affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University and from the University Departments.   All  other  applicants  shall  initially  be  granted  full-time registration.   The  following  categories,  however,  are  eligible  to  apply  for conversion of their research to part-time after completing six months or on successful completion of the course work whichever comes later:
a) Regular  employees  working  in  Government/Quasi-government institutions.
b) Teachers working in Government and Aided educational institution in the state.
c) Teachers working in the institutions run by the University.
d) Scientists  working  in  accredited  R&D  institutions  and  Clinical Psychologists  attached  to  Government/Quasi-government organizations.

.   Other conditions:
a) Persons applying for conversion of their research to part-time shall produce a “No Objection Certificate” from their employers.
b) Foreign candidates shall be registered for research only if they are on  visas  issued  for  research  scholars/students  and  with  the necessary clearance from Government of India.
c) Conversion of research from full- time to part-time shall be granted by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Supervising Teacher and the Head of the Research Centre.

.   Allocation of Supervising Teachers:
The allocation of the Supervising Teacher for a selected candidate shall be decided by the Doctoral Committee in a formal manner in the interview.
The  allocation  will  depend  on  such  factors  as  the  specialization  of  the supervisors  and  the  research  interest  of  the  candidate.   The  Doctoral Committee can consider allocating a co-guide to a candidate in addition to the Supervising Teacher.12.   Period of Research:
i)    The  minimum  period  of  research  required  by  a  candidate  for submission of thesis from the date of registration shall be two years (4 semesters) for M.Phil, M.Ed., M.Sc. (by research), Master of Letters and holders if the research is in the subject in which the candidate has taken the above qualifying degree.  In all other cases, the minimum period of research required is three years (6 semesters) for thesis submission.  This is inlusive of the period spent on course work.
ii)     The maximum period of research shall, if the period is not specified   otherwise, generally be five years (10 semesters) for full-time and   eight years (16 semesters) for part-time research.  On expiry of this        period a candidate’s registration will lapse, provided that it shall be competent for the Syndicate to extend the period of registration by a maximum period of one year on the recommendations of the Doctoral Committee and also on payment of a fee for extension.  The registration shall automatically lapse after expiry of the maximum  period.

.   Restriction on Employment:
A full time research scholar shall not engage himself/herself  in any other employment except in imparting instruction in an honorary capacity on a topic which forms the subject matter of his research in the institution where he is working.

.   Date of application:
 The applications can be submitted online only.
 The last date for submission of applications is July 31, 2012.