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After 1900 job cuts in Jet Airways, there will be more jobs cut in Aviation, IT, BPO, KPO and finance sector in India very soon. India’s first, mass overnight layoffs since the downturn began could be a precursor to what lies ahead. Like so many other sunrise sectors, the aviation business was a magnet for thousands who streamed in from small towns, often borrowing money from relatives to join training institutes to be a part of globalising India.

This job cuts in India is also linked with recent USA job cuts.

U.S. employers cut jobs for eight consecutive months through August, according to the Labor Department. Last month, the unemployment rate jumped from 5.7% to 6.1% in US. That was up from 4.7% a year ago and the highest in five years.

Annamalai University Published DDE/OUS Results on 15th October 2008.

The link to the Annamalai University Results is http://www.annamalaiuniversity.ac.in/results/index.htm

For more information visit the official site of Annamalai University at http://www.annamalaiuniversity.ac.in

Following are the results Published on 15th October 2008. Click on the appropriate Annamalai University results to know your results

Results Published on 15th October 2008.
  • Bachelor of Mass Communication
  • B.B.A. (T.M.)
  • B.B.L. (E.M.)
  • B.A. Functional Tamil
  • B.A. English
  • B.A. Business Economics (E.M. & T.M.)
  • B.A. Sociology (E.M. & T.M.)
  • B.A. Public Administration (E.M. & T.M.)
  • B.A. Social & Civic Studies (E.M. & T.M.)
  • B.Com. (E.M. & T.M.)
  • B.Com. Business Studies (E.M.)
  • B.Com. Accounting & Finance (E.M. & T.M.)
  • B.Sc. Psychology (E.M.)
  • B.Sc. Mathematics with Computer Appliacations (E.M.)
  • B.Sc. Applied Chemistry (E.M.)
  • B.A. English Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.A. Economics Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.A. History Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.A. Political Science Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.Com. Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.B.A. Lateral Entry-II Year
  • B.Sc. Electronic Science Lateral Entry-II Year
  • B.Sc. Applied Chemistry Lateral Entry-II Year
  • B.Lit. Double Degree
  • B.A. History (E.M. & T.M.) Double Degree
  • B.A. Public Administration (E.M. & T.M.) Double Degree
  • B.A. Economics (E.M. & T.M.) Double Degree
  • B.B.A. (E.M.) Double Degree
  • B.Sc. Computer Science (E.M.) Double Degree
  • B.Sc. Visual Communication (E.M.) Double Degree
  • B.Sc. Mathematics Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.Sc. Computer Science
  • B.Sc. Visual Communication
  • B.C.A. Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.Sc. Information Techonology Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.Sc. Computer Science Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.Sc. Visual Communication Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.Sc. Hotel Management & Tourism
  • B.Music Vocal
  • B.Music Violin
  • B.Music Mridangam
  • B.DIT.
  • B.M.M.
  • B.Sc. Textile Design
  • B.Sc. Fashion Design I-Lateral Entry-II Year
  • B.Sc. Fashion Design I-Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.Sc. Textile Design I-Lateral Entry-II Year
  • B.Sc. Interior Design I-Lateral Entry-II Year
  • B.Sc. Interior Design I-Lateral Entry-III Year
  • B.B.A. Applied Management (E.M.)
  • B.Sc. Botany
  • B.A. History & Heritage Management
  • B.A. Social Work
  • B.B.A. Business Applications
  • M.A. English Lateral Entry-II Year
  • P.G.Diploma in Health Science in Adolescent Health Care
  • P.G.Diploma in Health Science in Acupuncture
  • P.G.Diploma in Health Science in Medical Cosmetology
  • P.G.Diploma in Health Science in Family Medicine
  • P.G.Diploma in Health Science in Medical Law & Ethics
  • P.G.Diploma in Health Science in Echo-Cardiography
  • Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology
  • Diploma in Critical Care Nursing
  • Diploma in Textile Design
  • Diploma in Sales Management
  • Advanced Diploma in Fashion Design
  • Advanced Diploma in Interior Design
  • Advanced Diploma in Textile Design Lateral Entry-II Year
  • About Annamalai University

    The Annamalai University is a unitary, teaching and residential university. It was founded by the munificence of the farsighted and noble hearted philanthropist and patron of letters the late Hon’ble Dr. Rajah Sir Annamalai Chettiar of Chettinad, Kt, LL.D., D.Litt. He started several colleges and ultimately the University in 1929. Since its inception, it has progressively tried to realize the aims of the noble Founder Pro-Chancellor.

    Kojagari or Kojagari Poornima

    Kojagara or Kojagari is an important festival in some regions of India. Kojagari is celebrated to worship the Goddess of prosperity, Lakshmi. This festival is observed on the night of full moon in the month of Ashwina. “Kojagara “, literally means the night of awakening. It is also a festival of Goddess Lakshmi who descends on the earth on this auspicious night to bless all with health and prosperity.

    Kojagari is one of the most important festivals of Central India, particularly the Budelkand region and in some part of Bihar, particularly Darbanga and Madhubani region. In Bihar Kojagara is one of the important festivals for the newly wed, people celebrate the whole night in festivity and games of amusement.

    This ceremony owes its origin to the Kojagari Purnima Vrat sacred to the Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Indra on this night. The ritual is to fast the whole day and after worshipping Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Indra at night break their fasts by offering coconut water and flattened rice to the Gods. It seems on this Kojagari night Goddess Lakshmi visits every house asking “Ko Jagarti” meaning `who is awake’ to ascertain. And those who are awake Goddess Lakshmi blesses them with fortune and prosperity. To welcome Her, Houses, temples, streets etc. are illuminated.

    This Kojagari Vrat or celebration coincides with the harvest festival. It is also called `Navanna’ (new food) and from this day the new grain of the harvest is usually eaten. It is likely that the full moon shining with its beauty in the pleasant Sharad ‘ritu’ must have given its importance and tempted people to meet together enjoying and feasting under the canopy of the magnificent moonlight, giving birth to a Festival.

    In the western state of Gujarat, the night is known as Sharad Poonam. In Gujarat people celebrate it by doing Garba and Raas.

    Currently, this full moon comes during Sharad ritu (season ) of the year and hence it is called Sharad Pornima or Sharad Poonam. (Purnima or Poonam = full moon).

    This is a prime festival for Bengali’s also.After durga puja this is a festival celebrated almost every house in Bengal.

    There is an Ayurvedic reason behind eating cool Milk & Rice flakes on this night. Sharad ritu (season) consists of those two months season change when Summer is ending and Winter slowly starts. During Sharad time days are very hot and nights are becoming more cooler. This is perfect season for Pitta prakop when pitta vitiates along with other two doshas.

    Following are the date calendar of some important festivals celebrated in Mithilanchal ( Bihar ) | Mithila Panchang

    Festivals this year 1416 Saal (19 July 2008- 7 July 2009)

    Festival Date

    Tithi Duration IST Hours

    Remarks
    From To
    Mauna
    Panchami    Madhushravani begins
    23 Jly (22/7)1400 (23/7)1302 In Mithila this day is celebratedas Nag Panchami.
    Madhushravani ends 4 Aug (3/8)1252 (4/8)1203 Special day for newly married
    Nag Panchami 6 Aug (5/8)1142 (6/8)1152
    Raksha
    Bandhan
    16 Aug (16/8)0138 (17/8)0215
    Krishnastami 24 Aug (23/8)1741 (24/8)1519
    Hartalika (Teej) 2 Sep ( 1/9)2346 (2/9)2355
    GaneshChauthChauthChandra 3 Sep (2/9)2355 (4/9)0040 Morning pooja of GaneshPradosh pooja of Chandrama
    Karma Dharma Ekadashi 11 Sep ( 10/9)1113 (11/9)1248
    Anant Caturdashi 14 Sep (13/9)1435 (14/901442
    Pitri
    Paksha begins
    16 Sep ( 15/9)1419 (16/9)1328
    Vishwakarma Pooja 17Sep
    Jimutbahan Brat (Jitia) 22 Sep ( 22/9)0131 (22/9)2307 Mothers  fast on this day for the welfare of their
    sons.
    Matri Navami 23 Sep ( 22/9)2307 (23/9)2045
    Pitri Paksha ends 29 Sep ( ) ( )
    Kalashsthapan 30 Sep (29/9)1236 (30/9 )1247
    Mahastami 7 Oct (6/1002221 (8/10)0015
    Maha Navami 8 Oct (8/10)0015 (9/10)0150
    Vijaya
    Dashami
    9 Oct (9/10)0150 (10/10)0343
    Kojagara 14 Oct (14/10)0243 ( 15/10)0128 Pooja in Pradosh(evening)
    Dhanteras 26 Oct ( 26/10)0250 (27/10)0223
    Chaturdashi(ChhotiDivali) 27 Oct (27/10)0223 ( 28/10)0236
    Deepavali 28 Oct ( 28/10)0236 ( 29/10)0322 Pooja in Pradosh(evening)
    Bhratridwitiya 30 Oct (30/10)0435 ( 31/10)0615 Sisters perform ‘naut’ to
    brothers
    Chhath (Sandhya) 4 Nov (3/11)1214 ( 4/11)1421 Kharna on previous day and parna on next
    Akshyay Navami 7 Nov ( 6/11)1709 (7/11)1753
    Devotthan Ekadashi 9 Nov (8/11)1806 (9/11)1746
    Kartik Poornima 13 Nov (12/111411 (13/11)1217 Sama Bisarjan/ Guru Nanak Jayanti
    Ravi vrat arambh 30  Nov Sunday
    Makara SankrantiTeela Sankranti 14 Jan Tusari begins
    Naraknivaran chaturdashi 24 Jan (24/1)0850 (25/1)1057 Pradosh
    Basant Panchami 31 Jan (30/1)1615 (31/1)1549
    Mahashivaratri 23 Feb ( 23/2)0401 (24/2)0532 Fast for the day, Mahadeo pooja in pradosh
    Poornima/Holika dahan   (Fagua) 11 Mar ( 10/3)0907 (11/3)0739 Holika dahan in previous night.Fagua in Mithila & Dol in Bengal
    Holi (1 of Chaitra) 12 Mar ( 11/3)0739 (12/30630 Also  new year day
    Vikram sambat 2066 Begins at   IST
    Ram Navami 3 April ( 3/4)0719 ( 4/4)0456
    Mesha Sankranti (Satua) 14 April Shaka 1930 begins
    Jurishital 15 April
    Akshaya Tritiya 27 April ( 27/4)0528 (28/4)0043
    Ravi Brat   Ant 3 May Sunday
    Vat Savitri 24 May ( 23/5)1936 ( 24/5)1749
    Hari Sayan Ekadashi 3 Jul ( 2/7)0750 (3/7)0806
    Guru Poornima 7 Jul (6/7)1147 (7/7)1338

    Source : http://www.angelfire.com/home/mithila/panchang.htm

    Dr. B. R. AMBEDKAR UNIVERSITY,AGRA University

    Revised Date for B.Ed. Entrance Examination 2008 is Examination Date : 19-10-2008

    Agra University B.Ed Entrance Examination Information slip. Candidate can collect their Admit Card from DAO (District Administration Office) of respective nodal center city on 16,17, 18 October 2008.

    For Dr.B R Ambedkar University Results and notification visit http://dbrau.ac.in/result.asp dbrau results.

    Information Slip (B. Ed. Entrance Examination 2008) at http://dbrau.ac.in/bedadmit/admitform.asp
    About Br. B R Ambedkar University, Agra

    The foundation of Dr B. R. Ambedkar  University (originally known as Agra University),  was laid on the 1st of July, 1927, as a result of hectic efforts of a band of enthusiastic educationists like, Rev. Canon A.W. Davis, Munshi Narain Prasad Asthana, Dr L.P. Mathur, Lala Dewan Chand, Rai Bahadur Anand Swaroop and Dr Brajendra Swaroop,.

    Original jurisdiction of University extended over United Provinces of Agra, Central India and Rajputana with 14 affiliated colleges and 2530 students of which, 1475 students belonged to United Provinces. Initially there were only four faculties in the University viz. Arts, Sciences, Commerce and Law. Faculties of Medicine (1936), Agriculture (1938), Home Science (1980), Basic Sciences (1981), Fine Arts (1982) and Management (1994) were added subsequently.

    A decisive characteristics in influencing the education of an academic institution is the pursuit of excellence and consistent adherence to high standard in terms of imparting knowledge promoting research and in personal and social conduct. During last seventy-five years the University has endeavoured to keep adopting these high ideas and has established rich traditions and evolved respect from the intellectual community. University has sincerely served the cause of higher education in northern India. The ancient principle of integrating ethical and moral values in education has been the endeavour of the University. To inculcate these essential values in its students academicians have been assiduously trying to sharpen the content and curriculum of the University..

    The University was renamed as Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, in 1996. The University now caters to the educational need of the seven districts of Agra Division Agra, Aligarh, Mainpuri, Hathras, Firozabad, Etah and Mathura. Besides, the University is proud of having affiliated to it, Sarojini Naidu Medical College, which is one of the oldest and premier Medical Institute of the country. At present university has approx 200 affiliated colleges and 15 residential Institutes spread out in its four residential campus viz. Paliwal Park, Khandari Campus, Civil Lines Campus and Chhaleshar Campus. Furthermore, this university affiliates colleges of Homeopathy, extending all over the State of U.P.

    The University is steadily surging ahead as a centre for higher scientific vocational and job oriented education and innovative research. The goal of the University is to innovate in the field of education and to become a centre of excellence both Nationally and Internationally. The University is not only confined to impart quality education but also to satisfy the burning desire of the students who are exploring the creative intellect and learning attitude of the students. The University is making every effort to fulfill the spirit of University motto �Tamso Ma Jyotirgamay�  moving from darkness to light.

    Though originally affiliating in nature, the University has over the years developed a sizeable residential wing. consisting of following Institutes & independent Teaching Departments:

    1.  K. M Institute of Hindi & Linguistics(1953)

    2.  Institute of Social Sciences (1957)

    3.  Institute of Home Science (1968)

    4.  Institute of Basic Science (1984)

    5.  Department of Library Information Science (1984)

    6.  Department of History (1985)

    7.  Department of Adult Continuing Education & Extension (1989)

    8.  Department of Physical Education (1989)

    9.  S.P.C.J. Institute of Commerce, Business Management & Economics. (1993)

    10. Dau Dayal Institute of Vocational Education (1994)

    11. Institute of Engineering & Technology (1998)

    12. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Institute of Rural Development (1998)

    13. School of Life Sciences (1998)

    14. Department of Contemporary Social Studies & Law (1998)

    15. Lalit Kala Sansthan (Institute of Fine Arts) (2000)

    16. Institute of Computer and Information Science (2004)

    17. Institute of Hotel and Tourism Management (2004)

    Source : http://dbrau.ac.in/about.asp

    BANGALORE, India: Australia captain Ricky Ponting won the toss and elected to bat first in the opening match of the four-test cricket series against India on Thursday at the Chinnaswamy Stadium.

    Legspinner Cameron White became Australia’s 402nd test player when he was handed his debut for the match ahead of offspinner Jason Krejza.

    Australia will field a new opening combination with Simon Katich partnering Matthew Hayden, who returns from a heel injury which ruled him out of the West Indies series. Allrounder Shane Watson will bat at No. 6 while White is listed at No. 8.

    India included fast bowlers Zaheer Khan and Ishant Sharma to play alongside spinners Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh.

    Former India captain Sourav Ganguly has announced he will retire at the end of this series, while current skipper Kumble has confirmed this test will be his last on his home ground.

    PTET (Pre Teachers Entrance test) Counselling for B.Ed is going to start, the direct link to the website is http://ptetadmissions.nic.in

    Currently there is not much detail in the ptetadmissions.nic.in site, but they are in the initial stages of the site and will be putting up all the information about the online counselling.

    Here you have to register to view your details, following details regarding your PTET is needed to register on the site

    Roll No of PTET-2008       :
    Counseling Serial No.     :
    Candidate Name as per PTET Mark Sheet     :

    Welcome to counseling website of PTET  (Government of Rajasthan)
    Jai Narain Vyas University
    Jodhpur, Rajasthan

    Date of Birth as per PTET Mark Sheet