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Sharda University in Greater Noida is offering scholarships to students based on their performance in the All-India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination-2010. Students who have secured an All-India Rank below 20,000 are eligible for scholarships.
The first 50 students joining the university through AIEEE allotment will get a 100 per cent tuition fee waiver, the next 50 students will get 50 per cent tuition fee waiver while the following 100 students will get 25 per cent waiver.
Special scholarships of 5 per cent will be available for wards of defence personnel in addition to scholarships for underprivileged students. Students can visit www.sharda.ac.in for further details.
Jamia Millia Islamia is conducting the University Grants Commission-National Eligibility Test on June 27. About 24,000 candidates will appear in 65 subjects in the examination to be conducted by the university.
Of the 42 demarcated test centres, 28 are outside the university. The list of candidates along with details of their respective centres is available on the university website: http:/jmi.ac.in
Candidates who do not receive their admit cards by Thursday should visit the website for information.
For queries students can contact the Office of the Coordinator, UGC-NET Examination, Old SRK Hostel, Jamia Millia Islamia, or call 26981717.
Dehra Dun–based Madhuban Academy of Hospitality Administration and Research has announced admissions to its one-year diploma courses in food, culinary arts, beverage and services.
The courses offer opportunities to develop skills required for chefs of international standards and help students gain expertise in the various styles and techniques of food and beverage services. Students will also receive 26 weeks of industrial training.
Selection for the courses will be through an entrance test followed by an interview. Entrance test forms can be downloaded from the website www.maharedu.com
Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, is holding a six-day induction programme for its 2010 batch of new students.
The induction programme, which will conclude on June 26, is designed to orient students for business education in the context of their future careers in business and related fields. The orientation will lay the foundation of the programme, give student a perspective on a variety of topics and help in breaking the ice besides creating a learning environment.
JK Business School has announced admissions to its three-year B.B.A. course in Business Economics at its campus located in Gurgaon.
The programme is designed to develop broad business analytical skills as well as technical knowledge. Students will focus on the application of economic, financial and statistical theory to common business problems. Following the course, students can pick up jobs in banking, insurance, consulting, investment, sales and marketing.
The prospectus and application form can be downloaded from the website www.jkbschoolug.org. The last date for submission of application forms is July 3.
Indira Gandhi National Open University has extended its last date of applying for admissions to its post-graduate certificate course in project management to June 30.
The programme, which is of six months' duration, is open to all those with a Bachelor's degree in any discipline. The programme will be useful for working professionals, academia, aspiring managers and technical manpower engaged in various projects.
The student handbook, prospectus and application form can be downloaded from the website www.ignou-cepm.org
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