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Wednesday 19 June 2019

AAU Recruitment for JRF, Young Professional, Research Associate, Resource Person Posts 2019

AAU Recruitment for JRF, Young Professional, Research Associate, Resource Person Posts 2019

Anand Agricultural University (AAU) has published an Advertisement for below mentioned Posts 2019. Other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, application fee and how to apply are given below.
Jr. Research Fellow (JRF): 02 Posts
Young Professional: 02 Posts
Research Associate: 02 Posts
Resource Person: 01 Post

Total No. of Posts: 07

Educational Qualification: Please read Official Notification for Educational Qualification details.
Last Date: 29-06-2019

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Friday 7 June 2019

know about A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

know about A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

Profile of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

Born on 15th October 1931 at Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu, Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, graduated in Science from St. Joseph's College, Trichy in 1954 and specialized in Aeronautical Engineering from Madras Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1957. Dr. Kalam is a pioneer in fibre glass technology and led a young team to initiate this effort in ISRO from design, development leading to production of composites rocket motor cases. Dr. Kalam made significant contribution as Project Director to develop India's first indigenous Satellite Launch Vehicle (SLV-3) which successfully injected the Rohini satellite in the near earth orbit in July 1980 and made India an exclusive member of Space Club.
He was responsible for the evolution of ISRO's launch vehicle programme, particularly the PSLV configuration. After working for two decades in ISRO and mastering launch vehicle technologies, Dr. Kalam took up the responsibility of developing Indigenous Guided Missiles at Defence Research and Development Organisation as the Chief Executive of Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP). He was responsible for the development and operationalisationof AGNI and PRITHVI Missiles and for building indigenous capability in critical technologies through networking of multiple institutions. One of his significant contribution was creating Research Centre Imarat for advanced technologies. He was the Scientific Adviser to Defence Minister and Secretary, Department of Defence Research & Development from July 1992 to December 1999. During this period he led to the weaponisation of strategic missile systems and the Pokhran-II nuclear tests in collaboration with Department of Atomic Energy, which made India a nuclear weapon State. He also gave thrust to self-reliance in defence systems by progressing multiple development tasks and mission projects such as Light Combat Aircraft.
As Chairman of Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC) and as an eminent scientist, he led the country with the help of 500 experts to arrive at Technology Vision 2020 giving a road map for transforming India from the present developing status to a developed nation. Dr. Kalam has served as the Principal Scientific Advisor to the Government of India, in the rank of Cabinet Minister, from November 1999 to November 2001 and was responsible for evolving policies, strategies and missions for many development applications. Dr. Kalam was also the Chairman, Ex-officio, of the Scientific Advisory Committee to the Cabinet (SAC-C) and piloted India Millennium Mission 2020.
In the bio-medical area, Dr. Kalam along with his team collaborated with medical specialists in the development of Kalam-Raju stent during 1994 - 1996. Kalam-Raju cardiac stent after qualification trials has been fitted to many needy patients. This development has further led to the creation of a production unit of state-of-the-art stents. Also, he had initiated the use of carbon-carbon and carbon-polymer materials for production of floor reaction orthosis calipers which has reduced the weight of the caliper to 1/10th of the original weight during 1995 & 1996. Over 50,000 children have been fitted with these calipers.
Dr. Kalam took up academic pursuit as Professor, Technology & Societal Transformation at Anna University, Chennai from November 2001 and was involved in teaching and research tasks. Above all he took up a mission to ignite the young minds for national development by meeting school students across the country. During the last decade, Dr. Kalam has addressed over five million youth below the age of 17 and inspired them to become an active participant of India Vision 2020. He has addressed several children science congresses across the country.
Dr. Kalam is passionate about bringing rural prosperity through PURA (Providing Urban Amenities to Rural Areas), in which science and technology has to play a key role. Based on his diverse experience he has been propagating the concept of World Knowledge Platform through which the core competencies of organizations and nations can be synergized to innovate and create solutions and products for the challenges of 21st century.
In his literary pursuit Dr. Kalam authored a number of books, such as "Wings of Fire", "India 2020 - A Vision for the New Millennium", "My journey" and "Ignited Minds - Unleashing the power within India", "Indomitable Spirit", "Guiding Souls", "Envisioning an Empowered Nation", "Inspiring Thoughts", "Children Ask Kalam", "You are born to blossom", "Family and the Nation", "Life Tree" and "The Luminous Sparks" a collection of his poems. Many of them have become household names in India and among the Indian nationals abroad. These books have been translated into many Indian and foreign languages.
Dr. Kalam is one of the most distinguished scientists of India with the unique honour of receiving honorary doctorates from 48 Universities and institutions from India and abroad. The Honorary Doctorates include, Nyenrode Business University, Netherlands; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburg USA; University of Wolverhampton, UK; University of Kentucky,USA; Oakland University, Michigan USA; University of Waterloo, Canada; University Sans Malaysia, Malaysia University of Sydney, Australia and the Simon Fraser University, Vancouver.
He has been awarded with the coveted civilian awards - Padma Bhushan (1981) and Padma Vibhushan (1990) and the highest civilian award Bharat Ratna (1997). He is a recipient of several other awards and Fellow of many professional institutions.
International Recognitions
The Royal Society, UK has awarded Dr Kalam with the King Charles-II Medal for Science and Technology in October 2007. He received the Woodrow Wilson Award in 2008. The Royal Academy of Engineering, London conferred on him the International Medal 2008 in June 2009 at London. The Hoover Board of Awards presented him the Hoover Medal 2008 at New York in April 2009. The Aerospace Historical Society in Collaboration with the Graduate Aerospace Laboratories (GALCIT) at the California Institute of Technology awarded him the 2009 International Von Karman Wings Award in September 2009.
Dr. Kalam became the 11th President of India on 25th July 2002. After five eventful years he demitted office on 25th July 2007. His focus is on transforming India into a developed nation by 2020. His accent is on constructive networking and excellent human resources for an economically developed, prosperous and peaceful society.

Embodiment of Love

During the II world war in 1941, it was a difficult time for our family at Rameswaram. I was a ten year old boy then. War had almost reached our doors of Rameswaram since the cloud of war had already reached Colombo. Almost everything was a rarity from food articles to anything. Ours was a large joint family. The size of our family was five sons and five daughters and three of whom had families. I used to see in my house anytime three cradles. My grandmother and mother were almost managing this large contingent. The environment in the home alternated by happiness and sadness. I used to get up at four in the morning, take bath and went to my teacher Swamiyar for learning mathematics. He will not accept students if they had not taken bath. He was a unique mathematics teacher and he used to take only five students for free tuition in a year. My mother used to get up before me, and gave bath to me and prepared me to go for the tuition. I use to comeback at 5:30 when my father would be waiting for taking me to the Namaz and Koran Sharif learning in Arabic school. After that I used to go to Rameswaram Road Railway station, three kilometers away to collect newspaper. Madras Dhanushkodi Mail will pass through the station but will not stop, since it was war time. The newspaper bundle will be thrown from the running train to the platform.
I used to collect the paper and run around the Rameswaram town and be the first one to distribute the newspapers in the town. My elder cousin brother was the agent who went away to Sri Lanka in search of better livelihood. After distribution, I used to come home at 8 AM. My mother will give me a simple breakfast with a special quota compared to other children because I was studying and working simultaneously. After the school gets over in the evening, again I will go around Rameswaran for collection of dues from customers. I still remember an incident which I would like to share with you. As a young boy I was walking, running and studying all together. One day, when all my brothers and sisters were sitting and eating, my mother went on giving me chapattis (even though we are rice eaters only, wheat was rationed). When I finished eating, my elder brother called me privately and scolded “Kalam do you know what was happening? You went on eating Chappati, and mother went on giving you. She has given all her chappatis to you. It is difficult time. Be a responsible son and do not make your mother starve”. First time I had a shivering sensation and I could not control myself. I rushed to my mother and hugged her. Even though I was studying in 5th class, I had a special place in my home because I was the last guy in the family. There used to be no electricity. Our house was lit by the kerosene lamp that too between 7 to 9 PM. My mother specially gave me a small kerosene lamp so that I can study up to 11 PM. I still remember my mother in a full moon night which has been portrayed with the title “mother” in my book “Wings of Fire”. 
“I still remember the day when I was ten,
Sleeping on your lap to the envy of my elder brothers and sisters.
It was full moon night, my world only you knew Mother!, My Mother!
When at midnight, I woke with tears falling on my knee
You knew the pain of your child, My Mother.
Your caring hands, tenderly removing the pain
Your love, your care, your faith gave me strength,
To face the world without fear and with His strength.
We will meet again on the great Judgment Day. My Mother! 
This is the story of my mother who lived ninety three years, a woman of love, a woman of kindness and above all a woman of divine nature. My mother performed Namaz five times everyday. During Namaz, my mother always looked angelic. Every time I saw her during Namaz I was inspired and moved.
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Bin-Sachivalay Clerk Syllabus – 2019

1. Written Exam Syllabus of Bin-Sachivalay Clerk

  • Public Administration and Indian Constitution: ~ Mark-50
  • India and Gujarat Current Affairs: ~ Mark-50
  • Gujarat History and Culture: ~ Mark-25
  • Gujarati Language and Gujarati Grammar: ~ Mark-25
  • English Grammar: ~ Mark-25
  • Computer Basic Knowledge: ~ Mark-25
Total Time: – 2 Hour (120 Minute)
Total marks: – 200
Negative Marking: – 0.33 or 0.25(as per new Notification)

2. Computer Typing test syllabus
  • Basic Knowledge of Computer
  • English and Gujarati Typing (Letter/Tender Writing or anything else) in Ms word
  • Spelling Check and Correct in Ms word
  • Perform Basic formulas in MS Excel
  • Make Presentation in MS Power Point
  • Send Email

Other Information of Bin-Sachivalay Clerk

Application fee:
  • 100 Rs. for General Category Boys
Education Qualification for Bin-Sachivalay Clerk
  • 12th Pass or equivalent degree
  • 18 to 33 years
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Wednesday 5 June 2019

List Of 20 Best Schools In India

List Of 20 Best Schools In India

we know education is the most powerfull human structure and more then people best study in india
Education in India has come a long way and students from the country’s best schools have gone on to make their mark in some of the most prestigious colleges and universities around the world.
Schools in India have been providing a world-class education for young minds and helping them develop academically and socially, and in becoming global citizens. Here is a look at the top schools in India.lets know now

1. St. Xavier’s Collegiate School, Kolkata:

Considered to be one of the best schools in India, St. Xavier’s Collegiate is a private English-medium school for boys. It was started by the Jesuits in 1860 to impart education to Catholic boys. Now, the school grants admission to students irrespective of their religion, caste or creed.

  • St. Xavier’s Collegiate School is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE), which conducts the ISCE and ISC examinations in classes X and XII respectively. It also offers the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education curriculum, which conducts the Madhyamik exams after class X.
  • Students can choose one of the two curricula for the secondary and higher secondary examinations up to the class X. Classes are held for ICSE and ISC boards from classes XI and XII, as the number of students opting for the West Bengal board is lower.
  • The school organises extra-curricular activities such as elocution, debate, quiz, scouts and guides, photography, film screenings and sports including football, cricket, track and field, hockey, badminton and table tennis.
  • The school also has a computer club, nature club, and a social service committee.
  • St. Xavier’s Collegiate has two school buildings, one for the primary section (KG to class V) and another for the secondary section (classes VI to XII).
  • The school has a library, science laboratories, computer labs and playground.
30, Mother Teresa Sarani,
Kolkata 700 016.
Phone: +91-33-2255 1171

2. La Martiniere For Girls School, Kolkata:

One of the most well-known schools in India, La Martiniere For Girls School has earned a reputation for excellence in the field of academics as well as extracurricular activities. The school focuses on the all-round development of each child and works towards making them responsible citizens.

  • The school follows the ICSE and ISC curriculum.
  • La Martiniere blends global education with strong local roots. The students are taught to think internationally as well as uphold their rich cultural heritage.
  • The school ensures that academics and extracurricular activities go hand in hand, allowing for overall growth of the students. The extracurricular activities are organised through clubs including Bible Club, Easel Club, Science Club, Computer Club, Nature Club, Quiz Club, Safety Patrol, Drishti Club, Abhigyan Club and more.
  • Sports activities include football, basketball, lawn tennis, swimming, golf and table tennis.
  • La Martiniere For Girls offers excellent facilities including science laboratories, mathematics lab, geography lab, computer lab and resource room.
  • The school also has a library, student counselling room, audio visual room and art room.
  • There are also two spacious auditoriums, swimming pool, gymnasium, basketball court and a large playground.
14, Rawdon Street, Kolkata – 700 017.

3. The Doon School, Dehradun:

Established in 1935, The Doon School is one of the finest schools in India. It strives to develop leadership in each student through its curriculum as well as societies, clubs and sports teams.
  • The Doon School has developed its own curriculum, which is creative and intellectually rigorous for the D and C forms.
  • For B and A forms, the school offers the CISCE examinations.
  • For S and SC forms, the school offers the Indian School Certificate (ISC) examination and the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma. Constant practice is required here and it aims at improving students’ analytical skills along with numerical abilities. The IB Diploma Programme (DP) is a balanced education and academically challenging programme that prepares students for success at university and life beyond.
  • The Doon School has an Art and Media School, a 25,000 square foot building with an Apple Mac studio, a film studio, an auditorium as well as museum spaces, a reading room and a trophy room.
  • It also has The Careers Information, Education and Guidance Department with its own office in the Art and Media Center. Its library consists of hard copy and digital resources for both students and teachers to use for research.
  • Other facilities include the The Kilachand Library, the school’s amphitheatre The Rose Bowl, The Music School, science department with a museum, shooting range, wellness center and indoor and outdoor sports facilities.
Mall Road, Dehradun 248001.
Phone: +91-135-2526400

4. Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul International School, Hyderabad

Established in the year 1994, Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul International School is a residential boys-only school and offers day boarding facility, too.
  • Affiliated to CBSE, this school offers classes from I to XII.
  • The school has international playgrounds and lush green campus which is spread over 35 acres.
  • The Framework of Gurukul Education is based on three principal aspects: Vidya- Modern Education, Sadvidya- Traditional Education and Brahmavidya- Spiritual Education.
  • It has well-equipped science labs, computer lab, and spacious classrooms.
  • The school has a medical room for emergencies and regular health care.
Chevella Road,
R. R. District, Moinabad Mandal,
Hyderabad, Telangana – 500075
Phone: +91 888 666 7001 / 2

5. Little Flower High School, Hyderabad:

Established in July 1953, Little Flower High School provides holistic education to meet the needs of the individual and the society.
  • The school follows the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) curriculum. It imparts education in English and provides Telugu and Hindi as options for first and second languages.
  • The school aims at an education which is person-oriented, professional or work-oriented and social and culture-related. It imparts education with an international outlook and aims at achieving Universal Brotherhood.
  • It has a vibrant curriculum due to the students’ active involvement in experiments, project work, and other assignment works.
  • The school provides a library to both its primary school and high school sections.
  • It has computer and language labs, digital library, art and craft rooms, audio visual room and auditorium.
  • Other facilities include a gymnasium, volleyball courts, basketball courts, cricket pitch, and indoor badminton courts.
Chirag Ali Lane, Abids, Hyderabad 500001.
Phone: 040 – 23202675

6. Mother’s International, Delhi:

The Mother’s International School has been ranked as one of the top 10 schools in India and is an establishment of the Sri Aurobindo Education Society which is an agency of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram.
  • The school is affiliated to the CBSE and also offers All India Senior School Certificate Examination and All India Secondary School Examination.
  • It implements the 10+2 Scheme of Education.
  • Mother’s International is recognized by the Directorate of Education, Delhi, and also as a social institution.
  • The school building is divided into two blocks – one for the junior section (comprised of pre-primary and primary classes) and one for the senior section (middle and senior classes).
  • For the primary section, the facilities provided include a children’s park, math lab, computer science lab, library, Montessori room, activity room, two art and craft rooms, dance and music halls, pottery lab, yoga room and assembly hall.
  • For the junior section, the school has two labs each for biology, chemistry and physics, home science lab, Comprehensive Technology Centre, library, audio-visual Hall, two art and craft rooms, dance hall, yoga room and Batik lab.
Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi – 110016
Phone: +91-11-26964140, +91-11-26524806, +91-11-26854512

7. Bombay Scottish School, Mumbai:

Popularly known as Scottish, the Bombay Scottish School (BSS) is a private, co-educational day school established in 1847. It has been ranked one of the top ten schools in India for the past 80 decades and one of the most prestigious educational institutions in Mumbai.
  • The school is affiliated to the CISCE, New Delhi, which conducts the ICSE examination at the close of class X and the ISC examination in class XII.
  • Integral to the curriculum are a variety of activities that provide each student an opportunity for the development of a wholesome personality.
  • The school offers the Advanced Placement Programme which is affiliated to the College Board in the US.
  • There are two libraries in the school: one is spacious over 20,000 books, housed in the heritage wing. The other is a smaller library accessible to the senior students housed in the east wing. Computers with restricted internet access have been recently installed in both the libraries.
  • The school has state-of-the-art laboratories for Chemistry, Physics and Biology, where students carry out their practical work. These laboratories are equipped with interactive digital boards.
  • There are two air-conditioned computer labs equipped with advanced computers, accessible to students from classes V to X. There is a third lab for the primary section and robotics classes.
153, Swatantrya Veer Savarkar Marg,
Mahim West, Mumbai 400016.
Phone: 022-24451365 / 022-24453460

8. St. John’s High School, Chandigarh:

Founded in 1959 by the Congregation of Christian Brothers, the school is an Edmund Rice Educational Institute. St. John’s High School has been the best school in the tri-city for the years 2013, 2014, 2015.
  • This institute follows the CBSE curriculum and is recognized by Chandigarh Education Department. • The Creative Learning Integrated Programme (CLIP) offered by the school encourages creativity and adventure among students.
  • The school has introduced lesson and worksheet booklets and quarterly interdisciplinary books to replace books in classes. This has helped students develop an interdisciplinary approach towards education.
  • The school houses a multimedia room and two large computer labs. It was awarded the National Computer Literacy Award in the category of private schools for excellence in computer literacy and IT in school at an early stage of schooling, by the Ministry of Information and Technology.
  • St. John’s High School houses a literary club that is designed to encourage its budding authors and poets.
  • There are three well-equipped, well-lit and airy maths and science labs accessible for students from classes VI to XII.
  • Other facilities include a music room, learning centre for junior section, counselling cell for seniors, and also the science club, aerospace club, the tech club (robotics), drama club, the dance club, chef club, and the photography club.
Sector 26, Chandigarh 160019.
Phone: +911722792571 / +911722792573 / +911722792574

9. Sainik School, Ghorakhal:

Established in 1966, Sainik School Ghorakhal is located near Nainital. It is a boys-only school and one of the first Sainik Schools to be established in India. The idea behind Sainik Schools is to prepare young boys for selection in the National Defence Academy.
  • This English medium school is affiliated to CBSE.
  • It offers classes from VI to XII for boys aged 10 to 18.
  • The school is spread over a 477-acre campus and has four basketball courts, three volleyball courts, two football fields, and one hockey ground and tennis court and a multi-purpose stadium which is under construction.
  • It has a temperature-controlled swimming pool, gymnasium and an auditorium which can accommodate 600 members in the audience.
  • It has a 20-bed infirmary for the student’s health and medical checkup.
Sainik School Ghorakhal
Nainital (Uttarakhand) – 263156
Phone: +91-05942-220051
10. Modern School, Barakhamba Road, Delhi:
Founded in 1920, Modern School is a co-educational, independent, day and boarding school. It fosters internationalism and is one of the founding members of the CDLS (Community Development and Leadership Summit).
  • The school is affiliated to the CBSE. Students prepare for the All India Secondary School Exams (class X) and the All India Secondary School Certificate Examination (class XII).
  • It is a member of the National Progressive Schools’ Conference (NPSC) and also of the Indian Public Schools’ Conference (IPSC).
  • Its curriculum includes all the three streams Science, Commerce and Humanities.
  • The Junior Library is well-stocked with a wide selection of books on all subjects ranging from dinosaurs to math puzzles and story books such as the Famous Five and the Amar Chitra Katha.
  • The Lala Pratap Singh Library is the senior library, situated in the Platinum Jubilee Block of the school. The library organizes the Annual Book Week every year. Its goal is to enhance students’ reading habits.
  • The school provides facilities for sports such as football, swimming, basketball and badminton.
Barakhamba Road, New Delhi – 110001.
Phone: 011-23311618/19/20

11. Greenwood International High School, Bangalore:

Established in 2004, Greenwood High is an international day-cum-boarding school that is reputed to be one of the best in India. It is the only international school in Bangalore to have received seven national awards.
  • Greenwood High follows International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP), and ICSE curricula.
  • The school has a futuristic curriculum that puts equal emphasis on academics and personality development.
  • It provides complete care, emphasizing on the all-round development of the student.
  • The school has a well-stocked library with books, magazines and CDs that cover a range of subjects and topics across 20,000 book titles.
  • There are two multimedia rooms with a television, an overhead projector and DVD players to conduct audio-visual classes.
  • The school offers excellent state-of-the-art lab facilities for Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Students are encouraged to conduct various experiments for thorough understanding of the lessons taught in the theory class.
  • All the five computer labs, library and administration blocks have state-of-the-art computers with LCD monitors.
  • Wi-Fi facility is available 24/7 for students and teachers.
  • Facilities are available for sports activities such as football, basketball, tennis and volleyball.
No.8-14, Chikkawadayarapura, Near Heggondahalli,
Gunjur Post, Varthur Sarjapur Road, Bangalore 560087.
Phone: +91 80 22010500 | +91 80 27822888

12. Emerald Heights International School, Indore:

Established in 1982, Emerald Heights is Madhya Pradesh’s first international, co-educational English medium school with residential facility. Since its establishment, the students of the school have made their mark in both academics and sports.
  • The schools follow the CBSE, Cambridge International Examination (CIE), American Field Services (AFS), International Award for Young people (IAYP), Global Young Group (GYG) curricula.
  • It is also affiliated to British Council School Award and Round Square, a worldwide association of schools on five continents sharing unique and ambitious goals. Students are provided quality education that encourages them to look beyond academic excellence, to personal development and responsibility.
  • The school’s vast campus houses three blocks, pre-primary, primary and senior with well-designed, spacious and airy classrooms.
  • There is a science lab, computer lab, language lab, science park, library, grooming lab, mini-auditorium and lecture hall.
  • The school has a gym, as well as facilities for football, basketball, swimming, volleyball, tennis, shooting, table tennis, and badminton.
  • Facilities for extracurricular activities include sculpture studio, art gallery, dance, aerobics, chess, NCC, quiz, etc.
Opposite Akashwani, A.B. road,
Rau-Indore 453331.
Phone: 8720009992 / 8720009993

13. Loreto House, Kolkata:

Established in 1842, Loreto House has been renowned over the decades as one of the leading schools in India. The school’s aim is to provide education that involves the mind, body and spirit of the child.
  • The school is affiliated to CISCE.
  • In the classes X and XII, students appear for the ICSE and ISC exams respectively.
  • The school has laboratories for Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science and Home Science. The well-equipped and well-maintained labs facilitate experiential learning.
  • There are three well-stocked libraries with books on various subjects under the Science, Commerce and Humanities streams. They also have books on theology, biographies, encyclopedia as well as fiction and non-fiction books.
  • The school provides facilities such as basketball courts, smart boards, audio-visual room, playground and more.
Loreto House-7, Middleton Row, Kolkata 700071.
Phone: 033-22293564

14. Treamis, Bengaluru

Founded in 2007, this school follows CBSE curriculum.
  • The day boarding and residential school offers classes from kindergarten to XII.
  • It has an average class size of 22 students.
  • The student to teacher ratio is 8:1.
  • The school is built on a 34-acre campus which has smart classrooms, playground, and science and computer labs.
  • The campus has courts for basketball, soccer, tennis, cricket, volleyball and various other indoor games. It has a swimming pool for the students.
Near Electronics City,
Hulimangala Post,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560105
Phone: +91 99723 99047

15. The Scindia School, Gwalior:

Founded as The Sardar’s School in 1897, The Scindia School is considered one of the best schools in India.
  • The school is affiliated to the CBSE.
  • It follows skill-based grading system from classes VI-VIII. The CCE pattern of assessment has also been introduced at the middle school level.
  • It encourages interdisciplinary and experiential learning to strengthen conceptual knowledge.
  • The learning needs of each student are met in a supportive and affirming environment. Peer tutoring, remedial and enrichment classes are regularly conducted to optimize learning outcomes.
  • The school’s F.G. Pearce Library has a collection of more than 10,000 books. The open shelf system comes with computer aided access and retrieval.
  • The school provides its students with facilities like clothing store, the tuck shop, and the stationery store, the library, the medical store and the telephone booth.
  • The sprawling 10-acre grounds have 14 full-fledged playing fields for football, cricket, athletics, basketball, hockey, tennis, horse riding, squash, table tennis, skating, archery, shooting and swimming.
The Fort, Gwalior 474008.
Phone: 0751 248 0750

16. Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj, Delhi:

Delhi Public School was established in 1991 and is considered to be one of India’s top schools, always ranking in the top 50. It offers education from KG through class XII.
  • The school is affiliated to the CBSE.
  • It offers a common curriculum up to class X, along with a foreign language option.
  • In class XI and XII, students choose one of three five-subject streams: Commerce, Science or Humanities.
  • The focus in Prep classes is on cognitive development and enhancement of the language and interpersonal skills.
Sector C, Pocket V, Vasant Kunj,
New Delhi 110070.
Phone: 011 4326 1200

17. The Shri Ram School, Gurgaon:

Founded in July 1988, The Shri Ram School practices inclusive education for all students. It is one of the top ranking schools in India.
  • The Shri Ram School boasts of the only documented junior school curriculum in the state of Haryana.
  • The school follows the CISCE curriculum.
  • The school provides excellent facilities on its vast campus with a library, computer and science laboratories, AV room and workshop room.
  • Other facilities include the liberal arts studio, the gymnasium, the medical room and the auditorium.
D-3 Street, Vasant Vihar,
New Delhi 110057.
Phone: 011 2614 9572

18. The Sanskar Valley School, Bhopal:

Established in 2006, The Sanskar Valley School is a co-educational, day boarding- cum-residential school located in Bhopal. Established under the aegis of the Sharda Devi Charitable Trust, the school is a non- profit institution.
  • The school offers a comprehensive curriculum that falls under the CISCE.
  • The objective of the ICSE / ISC syllabus is to provide knowledge to students, enabling them to gain life skills for their academic and personal development and grow into young adults who are aware of their responsibilities towards society.
  • The University of Cambridge has approved The Sanskaar Valley School as a Cambridge International School. Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) is the largest provider of international education programmes in the world.
  • The school provides on-campus counselling to ensure emotional and psychological health of the students.
  • Healthcare facilities such as oral, dental, ophthalmology and general health check-ups are also offered.
  • A multipurpose hall has provisions for yoga, gymnastics, taekwondo, a swimming pool, a skating rink, three badminton courts and two glass-backed squash courts.
  • Football field with two grandstands, two basketball courts, cricket pitch with facilities for net practice, and two tennis courts are other facilities provided on the campus.
Nr Kerwa Dam, Chandanpura,
Bhopal 462016.
Phone: 0755 325 5346

19. Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls School, Jaipur:

Founded in 1943, Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls School was the first all-girls school to be established in Rajasthan. It was also the first girls’ public school to be accepted as a member of the Public School Council of India Conference (IPSC).
  • Classes I to V follow the XSeed curriculum of iDiscoveri.
  • The school follows the CBSE curriculum. The core curriculum prescribed by the CBSE is followed in classes IX and X.
  • There are 28,600 books, including fiction and reference books, in the well-maintained school library. It subscribes to 46 national and international magazines in both Hindi and English.
  • There are also a sports complex, art block and science laboratories.
  • The school organizes dance performances, plays and other extracurricular activities in the auditorium.
Sawai Ramsingh Marg, Ajmeri Gate,
Jaipur 302001.
Phone: 078777 87745
Email: /

20. Victorious Kidss Educares, Pune:

Victorious Kidss Educares was founded in 1997.
  • The school offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum.
  • It has classes from pre-primary to XII.
  • The school campus is spread over 2 lakh sft. and has digitized classrooms, library, and laboratories for physics, biology, and chemistry. It has specially designed computer laboratories and iPad labs.
  • This school has a swimming pool, a playground for outdoor sports, basketball and football courts, and music, dance and art rooms.
  • It has a career counseling department for students.
Survey No. 53, 54 & 58,
Hissa 2/1A, Fountain Road,
Off Pune – Nagar Road,
Kharadi, Pune – 411014
Phone: +91 20 67116300/1/2, +91 90110 20344


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Courses After Class 12th Commerce

Courses After Class 12th Commerce

If you see yourselves in the big corporate world out there, then commerce stream is the right choice for education. Commerce is mainly designed to give out skills in marketing, economics, business and cultural skills. Commerce has been the backbone of the economy, finance and market sector of an organization.
To opt for commerce stream, students must have prepared just after the completion of 10th standard education. There are various commerce subjects after 10th standard for students to enhance their skills in the commerce stream. The lists of subjects are as follows:
  • Economics
  • Mathematics
  • Finance
  • Business
  • Accountancy
  • Cost Accountancy
  • Auditing
  • Business Finance
  • Income Tax
  • Business Economics
  • Business Law
  • Marketing
Courses after 12th in commerce:
Now it is found that students are mostly confused regarding the career option or subject to chose as there are many options to opt for. All option in Commerce streams provides good option in the future however selecting the career option plays an important role and students should select according to their choice and understanding.
Here are the lists of the courses in commerce stream after 12th available for students:
  • Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com).
  • Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS).
  • Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS).
  • Bachelor of Business Administration/ Management (BBA/BBM).
  • Master of Commerce (M.Com)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA).
    • Business
    • Finance
    • Marketing
    • HR
    • Operations
    • Banking
  • Chartered Accountancy (CA).
  • Chartered Finance Analyst Program (CFA).
  • Company Secretary Program (CSP).
  • Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com and LLB).
Jobs and Career Options:
Commerce is a vast field and there are many career options in Commerce field student can go for.
Prior for the decision, student should firstly make a selection of the field of study in commerce stream. Major industries for commerce section graduates to get a job are Banking, Marketing and Management, Accounts, Insurance, Investments and many others. The job position on which commerce student can work is analyst, executive, banker, manager and many others. There are lots of job opportunities in the commerce field in government sector as well.
In commerce field, the employment area could be:
  • Banks
  • Investment and Finance Services
  • Multinational Companies
  • Foreign Trade
  • Educational Institutes
  • Public Account Firms
The Job profiles a commerce graduate can get are:
  • Auditor
  • Analyst
  • Chartered Management Accountant
  • Finance Manager
  • Stock Broker
  • Business Consultant
  • Production Manager
The option as a career in commerce field has offered good salary packages to every candidate in the respective field.
So with is, we can understand that commerce field has ample amount of professional courses after 12th. The job opportunity is also very promising with the proper skills. One can always go forward for commerce streams for the rewarding career.


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Course After Class 12th Science

Course After Class 12th Science

HI friends we know very well 12th class is a very crucial place in academic life. The decision made with academic aspect will have a lifelong effect on the career. So it is always wise to consider all options with true interests in the subject of choice. Also, the decision should be practical and rational which does land students to better job opportunities.
Students of 12th Class in Science with Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry combination one can be rest assured that there are many career options. The admissions in these courses are done either by merit or entrance examinations. The entrance examinations are conducted in national level and state level by the government or private institutes.
The courses in Class 12th in Science stream with PCM are as follows:

  • Engineering Courses: After 12th science stream, a student can go for undergraduate B.E and B.Tech. engineering programme. The duration of the course is of 4 years. The prominent branches of engineering courses are-
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Chemical Engineering
    • Civil Engineering
    • Computer Science Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
    • IT Engineering
    • Electronics Engineering
    • Aeronautical Engineering
    • Automobile Engineering
  • Sc Degree: stands for Bachelor of Science. The duration of this course is 3 years. Some of the good B.Sc courses are :
    • Sc. Agriculture.
    • Sc. IT.
    • Sc. Forestry.
    • Sc. Computer Science.
    • Sc. Mathematics.
    • Sc. Chemistry.
    • Sc. Physics.
    • Sc. Electronics.
    • Sc. Biotechnology.
    • Sc. Aviation.
  • C.A: stands for Bachelor of Computer Application. The course is about computer softwares, applications, programming language, etc. The duration of this course is 3 years long.
  • Arch.: stands for Bachelor of Architecture. The duration of B. Arch. Course is of 5 years. The course focuses on planning, structuring building, homes, etc.
  • Pharmacy: Pharmacy course is all about the pharmaceutical sector. B.Pharm. is into booth group sections that is PCB and PCM group. The duration of this course is 4 years.
  • B.A.: stands for Bachelor of Business and Administration. This course is not completely related to Science background however large number of science students do opt for this course. The duration of this course is of 3 years.
  • Commercial Pilot Training: Science student with Mathematics group can go for Commercial Pilot Training and become a commercial pilot. Students have to enroll them in Flight Training School. The course duration is between 2-3 years
There are many different Diploma courses for engineering programmes and job-oriented programmes which can pursue according to their interest. Also with that there other good courses such as Hotel Management, Fire safety Technology, Software/Hardware courses. These courses also offer good job opportunities.
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List of Top LAW Colleges in India

List of Top LAW Colleges in India

 Students who are interested in intellectual regulations, the legal system then law is the most suitable career option. Not only law is an exciting and adventurous career but also considered one of the best careers inspired all over the world.

There many different types of Legal option such as Corporate Law, Personal Law, Civil Law, Criminal Law and so on. The legal education in India is governed and handled by Bar Council of India. The minimum qualification required for law courses is 10+2 or any equivalent degree from any recognized degree.
In this article, we would enlist Law colleges in India. The list is made on the basis of national importance, internship, financial structure, infrastructure, education excellence.
The lists of Law Colleges in India are as follows:
Law College University Location
NLSIU NLSIU, Bangalore Bangalore
NALSAR University of Law Nalsar University of Law Hyderabad
National Law Institute University National Law Institute University Bhopal
West Bengal National University West Bengal National University Kolkata
National Law University National Law University, Jodhpur Jodhpur
ILS Law College University of Pune Pune
Symbiosis Law School Symbiosis International University Pune
Gujarat National Law University Gujarat National Law University Gandhinagar
New Law College Bharati Vidyapeeth Pune
Amity Law School Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Delhi
Faculty of Law University of Delhi Delhi
Faculty of Law Banaras Hindu University Varanasi
Hidayatullah National Law University Hidayatullah National Law University New Raipur
College of Law Osmania University Hyderabad
M.S. Ramaiah College of Law Karnataka State Law University Karnataka
Faculty of Law Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh
School of Law, Christ University Christ University Bangalore
University School of Law and Legal Studies Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Delhi
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law Patiala
Army Institute of Law Army Institute of Law Mohali
Government Law College, Mumbai University of Mumbai Mumbai
Faculty of Law University of Calcutta Kolkata/ Calcutta
Institute of Law Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra
Faculty of Law Jamia Millia Islamia Delhi
ICFAI Law School ICFAI University, Dehradun Dehradun
Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies Karnataka State Law University Bangalore
Siddharth College of Law University of Mumbai Mumbai
B.R. Ambedkar Law College Osmania University Hyderabad
Dr. Ambedkar Law University Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University Chennai
Department of Law Allahabad University Allahabad
National University of Advanced Legal Studies National University of Advanced Legal Studies Cochin
Faculty of Law Lucknow University Lucknow
KLE Law College Karnataka State Law University Bangalore
School of Legal Studies Cochin University of Science and Technology Cochin
CMR Law School Karnataka State Law University Bangalore
K C Law College University of Mumbai Mumbai
National Law University National Law University Delhi
Jindal Global Law School O.P Jindal Global University Sonipat
Faculty of Law Nirma University of Science and Technology Ahmedabad
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List of Top MBA Colleges in India

List of Top MBA Colleges in India

MBA has become one of the major degree in the current education system in India. In current scenario, MBA has been proved exceptionally worthwhile for many students. On the broader aspect, MBA has created many job opportunities and enhanced professional skills of thousands of scholars.
Students applying for MBA programme have to go through an entrance examination conducted at state, university and national level. The major entrance examinations are CAT, MAT, CMAT, XAT, SNAP offer admission to major institutes for management courses.
In this article, we are going list the MBA colleges in India. The list consist major government and private institutes for management programme. The list I made on the basis of ranking by MHRD, infrastructure and faculty in college, placement provision and so on.
The lists of MBA Colleges in India are as follows:

College/ Institute MHRD Ranking Location
Indian Institute of Management (IIM Ahmd.) 1 Ahmedabad
Indian Institute of Management (IIM Bang.) 2 Bangalore
Indian Institute of Management (IIM Cal.) 3 Kolkata/ Calcutta
Indian Institute of Management (IIM Lucknow) 4 Lucknow
Indian Institute of Management (IIM Kozikode) 5 Kozhikode
Indian Institute of Management (IIM Delhi) 6 Delhi
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Kharagpur) 7 Kharagpur
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Roorkee) 8 Roorkee
Xavier School of Management 9 Jamshedpur
Indian Institute of Management (IIM Indore) 10 Indore
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Kanpur) 11 Kanpur
National Institute of Engineering 12 Mumbai
Indian Institute of Trichy (IIM Trichy) 13 Trichy
Indian Institute of Management (IIM Raipur) 14 Raipur
Indian Institute of Management (IIM Udaipur) 15 Udaipur
Management Development Institute 16 Gurgaon
Vellore Institute of Technology 17 Vellore
S.P. Jain Institute of Management 18 Mumbai
Indian Institute of Management (IIM Rohtak) 19 Rohtak
Indian Institute of Management (IIM Kashipur) 20 Kashipur
Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Management 21 Shillong
Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology 22 Bhubaneswar
Department of Management Studies, Anna University 23 Chennai
Institute of Management Technology 24 Ghaziabad

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