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Saturday, May 30, 2015

MBA Admission in NSB Bangalore 2015

National School of Business (NSB), Bangalore was instituted in the year 2004. The institute is located in the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore, and National School of Business (NSB) provides an idyllic environment for management studies with its state-of-the art Infrastructure.

The institute lies in its global perspective approach, regularly modified curriculum, and excellent education system. The distinguished faculty members are the core strength of NSB. Guest lectures are organized from renowned academic and industrial sector to share their experience and knowledge with the budding managers.

The institute is known for excellence in teaching, research, and consulting, known for its innovative teaching.

 The institute has built on its base of highly accomplished faculty and motivated student fraternity to emerge as one of the most preferred Business Schools in India.

NSB Bangalore's mission is to provide the guiding principle which is committed to provide an excellent quality management education, social welfare and intellectual growth, which is again characterized by technologically advanced social arena, mixed with rapid change and complex interdependencies.

It's about developing individuals who can lead change and act ethically in an increasingly dynamic environment of the present century.

Why Join National School of Business?
  • Affiliated to University of Mysore
  • QSI ISO 9001 certified
  • Scholarships for deserving candidates
  • Academic partnership with top - Ranked International B-Schools
  • 100% Placements since inception
  • Regularly organizes industrial visits and Personality development programmes
  • Highly qualified and experienced faculty
Accenture |  HCL | IBM | Infosys | Aditya Birla | ANZ Bank | Arvid Retail | Axis Bank | Bajaj | Bata | Big Bazaar | Capgemini | Careernet | Citibank | Edusys | Embryo Fund | Ernst & Young | Future Group | HDFC Bank | HP | HSBC Bank |  India Bulls | ING | ISGN |  ITC | Jindal Steel | J P Morgan | Kotak Mahindra | Kotak Securities | l&T Finance | MegaMart | Northern Trust Bank | Pantaloon Retail | Polaris | Reliance | SBI Capital | SiliconIndia | SSgA | Tata Securities | Thomas Cook  | Thomson Reuters | Unilever | Volvo.

Placement details:
Highest salary-Rs. 7.16
Average salary-Rs. 3.86
Minimum salary-Rs. 2.40

  • Wi-Fi enabled campus
  • Well-ventilated, spacious, air-conditioned classrooms fitted with advanced audio visual equipment
  • Well-stocked library
  • Spacious cafeteria that serves hygienic and delicious food
  • Separate hostel for boys and girls

Friday, May 29, 2015

MD/MS Admission SBMCH Chennai 2015

Sree Balaji Medical College & Hospital (SBMCH), Chennai was created in the year 1999. The institute is a constituent college of Bharath University.

The institute is approved by Medical council of India and Ministry of Health and Family welfare, Govt of India, New Delhi.

The institute is a private, nonprofit, self-financing medical Institution, pledged to the service of the community, catering to the healthcare needs of the people in general and especially to the needy, underprivileged, suffering section of humanity in particular.

The college has emerged as a pioneer in the state of Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry by providing medical and health care programs through internationalization, innovation in academic and research studies. 

  • To provide excellent Medical Education with the Aid of latest and modern equipments
  • To provide an excellent environment for the Medical Students to learn medicine and practice the same
  • To provide facilities for the medical students to learn skills under the guidance of the expert teachers
  • To provide research facilities and to motivate students and faculty members to take up research projects.
  • And finally to create an atmosphere of continuous learning keeping abreast with fast changing theories and techniques in Medicine and its allied specialties
Is to send into the society, well educated, well mannered, skillfully equipped, socially committed Doctors who would be useful to the society at large and who would willingly commit themselves to create an atmosphere free of disease and sufferings.

Campus at Sree Balaji Medical College & Hospital -
The campus of college is situated at 7 works road, Chromepet, Chennai. It is very close to the Railway station, bus stand and airport. The College and Hospital complex has been raised in an area of 30.89 acres, ideally located with salubrious surroundings.

Facilities at Sree Balaji Medical College & Hospital -
  • Library
  • Canteen
  • Laboratories
  • Sports and Games
  • Transportation
  • Hostels
  • Sports
  • Bank/ATM
Departments at Sree Balaji Medical College & Hospital -
  • Department of Anatomy
  • Department of Physiology
  • Department of Biochemistry
  • Department of Pathology
  • Department of Microbiology
  • Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
  • Department of Pharmacology
  • Department of Pediatrics
  • Department of Community Medicine

Human Anatomy in MBBS

What is Human Anatomy?
Human anatomy can be precisely defined as a complementary basic medical science, which deals with the scientific study of morphology of human body. In simpler words, human anatomy is the study of structure of human body.

Anatomy is the branch of biology concerned with the study of the structure of organisms and their parts. In some of its facets, anatomy is related to embryology and comparative anatomy, which itself is closely related to evolutionary biology and phylogeny.

The study of anatomy is distinct from the study of physiology, although the two are often paired.
While anatomy deals with the structure of an organism, physiology deals with the way the parts function together. For example, an anatomist may study the types of cells in the cardiac conduction system and how those cells are connected, while a physiologist would look at why and how the heart beats. Thus, anatomy and physiology are separate, but complimentary, studies of how an organism works.

Human anatomy is one of the basic essential sciences of medicine.

The discipline of anatomy is divided into macroscopic and microscopic anatomy. Macroscopic anatomy, or gross anatomy, is the examination of an animal’s body parts using unaided eyesight. Gross anatomy also includes the branch of superficial anatomy. Microscopic anatomy involves the use of optical instruments in the study of the tissues of various structures, known as histology and also in the study of cells.

Subdivisions of Human Anatomy:
There are two main levels of structure of human body (as well as every other thing):
macroscopic level and microscopic level. For each of the two levels there is a separate subdivision of anatomy. The one dealing with macroscopic level is known as gross anatomy and the other which deals with microscopic level is called microscopic anatomy or histology.

Gross anatomy:
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In gross anatomy, structure of human body is studied as seen by naked eye. There are two approaches for gross anatomy: Regional approach and Systemic approach.

In regional approach, human body is divided into regions like arm; forearm, wrist etc and all structures within that region are studied simultaneously. Whereas in systemic approach, the body is divided into organ systems such as skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system etc and structures belonging to one system are studied together. This website follows the systemic approach. Visit “Body Systems” for detailed study of each system of human body.

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Histology or microscopic anatomy is the study of the structure of various organs and tissues of human body under a microscope. The understanding of the ultra-structure helps understand the tissues and organs in a better way.

Basic Anatomy:
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In addition to the main subdivisions of human anatomy described above, a third branch, called basic anatomy, is considered of significant importance. It explains the basic terms and definitions used in the study of gross as well as microscopic anatomy. Thus it provides an introduction to anatomy and tells how to study it.

Human Body Systems:
  • Skeletal System
  • Muscular System
  • Nervous System
  • Respiratory System
  • Cardiovascular System
  • Lymphatic System
  • Endocrine System
  • Digestive System
  • Urinary System
  • Integumentary System
  • Male Reproductive System
  • Female Reproductive System
The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in Anatomy aims at providing comprehensive knowledge of the gross and microscopic structure and development of human body to provide a basis for understanding the clinical correlation of organs or structures involved and the anatomical basis for the disease presentations.

The subject deals with the structure of human body. The curriculum for subject is as follow:
1. General Anatomy
2. Regional Anatomy
a.    - Upper limb
b. - Lower limb
c. - Abdomen
d. - Thorax
e. - Head Face Neck
f. - Spinal Cord & Brain 
3. Micro-Anatomy    I - General Histology
II - Systemic Histology
4. Developmental Anatomy I - General Embryology
II - Systemic Embryology
5. Genetics
6. Radiological Anatomy, USG, CT, MRI
7. Surface Anatomy, Living & Marking

PGDM Admission in NHLI Bangalore

New Horizon Leadership Institute NHLI, Bangalore was started in the year 1970,
The institute is an associate of New Horizon Educational Institution, a Premier group of educational institutes.

The institute is leading a group of seven high performing institutes- New Horizon College of Engineering, New Horizon College of Education, New Horizon Public School, New Horizon PU College, New Horizon College, New Horizon Gurukul and New Horizon Leadership Institute.

The institute is started to provide quality management education. The college is guided by a noble Mission and a clear Vision, inspired by the Motto "In Pursuit of Excellence", and motivated by invaluable Core Values that ultimately create a complete Human being. 

The institute is strategically situated in the Prestigious IT capital of India, Bangalore and further, in the vicinity of companies like CISCO, Accenture, Symphony, Intel, Aricent, Capgemini.

The institution offers a placement opportunity in top seed corporate majors including MNCs and TNCs. The institution retains the NO.1 position in Karnataka for Placements (Source: Dataquest – IDC Survey) for 3 consecutive years.

Bachelor’s Degree from any AIU recognized university and AICTE approved entrance test score. Final year students can also apply.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

PGDM Courses in NHLI Bangalore 2015

New Horizon Leadership Institutions (NHLI), Bangalore was set up in the year 1970.

The institute has identified and appointed eminent faculty members with Doctoral degrees in their respective fields and with more than 25 years of industrial, teaching, training and consultancy experience as regular and part-time faculty. Most of the faculty members are having industrial experience at senior positions.

The institute is leading a group of seven high performing institutes- New Horizon College of Engineering, New Horizon College of Education, New Horizon Public School, New Horizon PU College, New Horizon College, New and New Horizon Leadership Institute.

Courses Offered:
Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)
Post Graduate Program in Management (PGPM)
Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM):
P.G.D.M. Business Management - Stands for Post Graduate Diploma in Management. A PGDM is a two year postgraduate degree, eligibility for which is an undergraduate degree in business management or business administration. Subjects usually studied under this degree are Principles of Management, Quantitative Methods, Managerial Economics, Financial Accounting, Marketing Management, IT for Management, Corporate Communication, Organizational Behaviour, Operations Management, Human Resource Management etc.

Post Graduate Diploma in Management in Marketing Management:
PGDM in Marketing Management studies Management Principles, Human Resource Practices, Quantitative Methods, Business Economics, Accounting and Finance, Information Technology, E-Commerce and Purchasing Management etc. Also studies about Strategic Management, Inventory Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management and Packaging and Distribution Management.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

PGDM Admission in NHLI Bangalore 2015

New Horizon Leadership Institutions (NHLI), Bangalore
New Horizon Leadership Institutions (NHLI), Bangalore was started in the year 1970. The institute is an associate of New Horizon Educational Institution and also a premier group of educational institutes.

The institute is leading a group of seven high performing institutes- New Horizon College of Engineering, New Horizon College of Education, New Horizon Public School, New Horizon PU College, New Horizon College, and New Horizon Leadership Institute.

The institute is started to provide quality management education. The college is guided by a noble mission and a clear vision, inspired by the motto "In Pursuit of Excellence" and motivated by invaluable core values that ultimately create a complete human being.

The institute is strategically situated in the Prestigious IT capital of India, Bangalore and further, in the vicinity of companies like CISCO, Accenture, Symphony, Intel, Aricent and Capgemini.

To make NHLI as an excellent Management Institute in India – a place that is intellectually stimulating and academically rewarding with sustainable competitive advantage in all its activities.

To transform NHLI into a centre of excellence in Management Education, Research & Development corporate training and consultancy programs with regular interaction with industries, with a holistic concern for ethics, environment and society.

To adhere to the reputation of being able to channel our human resources and guide the transformation process of every individual's dream into a reality.

Facilities at New Horizon Leadership Institutions Institute –
  • Classrooms
  • Library
  • Auditorium
  • Conference Room
  • Hostels
  • Cafeteria
  • Info Tech Centre
  • Systems Laboratory
Placements at New Horizon Leadership Institutions Institute –
New Horizon placement team is highly competent and works with the mission of exposing the students of New Horizon to the best workplaces in India and abroad. The placement division conducts aptitude, soft skills and training programs in order to prepares the students for corporate world.

Top Recruiters –
  • Aztec Software
  • Birla Soft
  • Caritor India
  • Cerner Healthcare Systems
  • Covansys
  • Indian Air Force
  • Informatica Business Solutions
  • Infosys Technologies
  • ITC Infotech
  • Tech Mahindra
  • Tecso
  • Teles Software

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

MBA Admission in NIRM Bangalore

National Institute of Retail Management (NIRM), Bangalore was instituted in the year 2011. 

The institute has been formed to respond to the unique needs of the modern retail industry.

The institute is affiliated to Council of Distance Learning, India. The institute is first-of-its kind retail education and research center in India.

The institute objective is to create a primary resource center for all retail manpower specialization with a key focus on Apparel and Retail Industry. The Programs are commercially relevant and have been designed in a way which ensures that the students of the institute maximize their employment and growth prospects.

The candidate should have passed Graduation or equivalent from any recognized board. Selection will be based as per the university norms.

Admission Procedure-
  • Each applicant has to fill the Application Form and sign it. Copies of this application form can be used.
  • Application Form, along with the required documents, should be sent to the respective branch office by speed post or courier.
  • Applicants are advised to keep a copy of the Application form for future records/references.
  • The Institute shall interview applicants on case-by-case basis, based on the applicant's responses in the Application Form.
  • Students can pay the fee by Cheque/DD drawn in favour of “Garuda Education Academy” payable at Mumbai. 

Monday, May 25, 2015

MD/MS Admission in Saveetha Medical Col.

Saveetha Medical College (SMC), Chennai was started in the year 1988. The institute is a visionary medical school tailored to prepare the medical students for the challenges of patient care in 21st century.

The institute has excellent infrastructural facilities and quality education are what has made this college so popular among the students. Every year, numerous students struggle hard to get admissions.

The institute is ranked fourth among the top 30 medical colleges in India. Popularly known as SMC, the country has obtained the third rank in the list by The Sunday Indian.

The institute has the honor of being awarded the Best Private University in the country in the year 2012. Latest technology and teaching methods are employed to nurture the skills of the students. The laboratories and libraries are all well equipped to offer support to the students in the best way possible. Practical knowledge is imparted to give them hands on experience in their field. Overall development of the students is taken care of.

Graduation in relevant field or equivalent qualification with science as compulsory subject

Admission Criteria:
The candidate should have passed 10+2 with Physics, chemistry, biology from recognized board. Selection will be as per university norms.

MBA Courses in NIRM Bangalore 2015

The National Institute of Retail and Management, Bangalore was beginning in the year 2011. The institute is first-of-its kind retail education and research Institute in India.

National Institute of Retail and Management is a leading retail institute based in Mumbai, Bangalore and Ahmedabad. It is a unique retail education and research institute in India, established with the aim to meet the needs of the retail industry.

The college has been formed to respond to the unique needs of the modern-day Retail Industry. The institute goal to create a primary resource center for retail manpower, with functional specializations in Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, IT, Operations and Supply Chain. Besides, specializations are also offered in non-functional subjects like Apparel, Fashion, etc..

The Institute provides unique educational and career development opportunities through its Distance education Programs.

The institute is ideal for experienced professionals, who aspire for better prospects and career growth in retail industry or in their respective industries.

The institute is a Distance Educator of Retail Management is an Institute having motive to groom working students to understand, administer and manage the ever changing business dynamics.

Special features of NIRM are:
  • Offers industry-relevant programs
  • Tailor-made programs for working professionals
  • Offers unique career development opportunities through a course of distance education programs
  • It is a part of Garuda Education Academy
  • Offers flexible management programs
Courses Offered:
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Retail Management
  • Master of Business Administration (Executive)

Friday, May 22, 2015

MBA Admission in NIRM Bangalore 2015

National Institute of Retail Management (NIRM), Bangalore is belongs to Council of Distance Learning, India. The institute is first-of-its kind retail education and research center in India.

The college objective is to create a primary resource center for all retail manpower specialization with a key focus on Apparel and Retail Industry.

The Programs are commercially relevant and have been designed in a way which ensures that the students of NIRM maximize their employment and growth prospects.

The institute goal is to create a primary resource center for retail manpower, with functional specializations in Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, IT, Operations and Supply Chain. Besides, specializations are also offered in non-functional subjects like Apparel, Fashion, etc.

The institute has been formed to respond to the unique needs of the modern-day Retail Industry.

Why Join National Institute of Retail and Management, Bangalore?
  • 100% Placement Assistance
  • Fast Track Options
  • International Accreditations
  • 100+ Specializations
  • Study centers in many locations - Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune
Special features of NIRM:
  • Offers industry-relevant programs
  • Tailor-made programs for working professionals
  • Offers unique career development opportunities through a course of distance education programs
  • It is a part of Garuda Education Academy
  • Offers flexible management programs of short duration

Careers in Computer Science Engineering

Why Computing?

Today, computers are used in almost every feature of our lives: in car engines, microwave ovens, video games, watches, telephones, desktops at home and work, processor computers in government and industry, and supercomputers increasing the frontiers of science and technology. The computer industry is one of the fastest growing segments of our economy and that growth promises to continue well into the next century.
To maintain a spirited edge, industry and commerce must continue to make imaginative scientific and engineering advances as well as produce high quality products. More than ever, here is a demand for a prepared work force with the scientific and technical training needed to perform effectively on the job. Now is the time to map your future in computing.

Preparing for College

Academic Preparation
Most professionals in the computing industry have at least an undergraduate degree in mathematics, computer science, computer engineering, software engineering, information systems, or electrical engineering. Many have superior degrees. They, however, all started preparing for their careers long before they began their undergraduate degrees.
You can start investigating a career in computing as early as four years before you enter college, but surely no later than the year before. The different degrees mentioned in the part above each have different requirements and you might get a head found on them by judgment out what they are. For example, some of the degrees require a lot of math and science; so, it would be to your advantage to take up to four years of math courses (including Calculus) and up to two years of science courses prior to entering college. Taking courses in programming would be helpful as well. In addition, some secondary or prep schools may allow students to take college courses if there is a college located nearby during their last year. You could have some college hours completed before you even graduate!
You should also make a plan for applying to different colleges with computing degrees and locations that interest you. Be sure to ensure on things like financial aid, how spirited it s to get into that particular college or university, entrance tests and scores required, academic housing expense, teaching, degree supplies, and courses available. If you have the money and time, it is always helpful to make a campus visit and assemble the professors and students.

Enhancing Academics

A great way to boost facts and considerate of computing careers is by teaming up students with working professionals. Selecting any of the activities below for individual or class development, can prove invaluable for career and technical education. The contact will provide imminent into computing careers, and prove a precious life experience. Contact your school's administrators or career education office to see how you can start a program. Classroom Demonstrations and Presentations -- Professionals speak about careers and technical topics. Club backing Start a central processing unit science club, or join the chapter of an existing organization. Field Trips -- Plan field trips to places of employment. Mentor Programs -- Match students with working professionals and plan employment site visits, personal and career advice sessions. Internships -- Plan work experiences (paid or volunteer) at places of employment, or explanation during summer or spiral breaks. scholar Fairs -- Enter computer science categories in local student fairs and other competitions.

Pre-College Programs

Pre-college programs help boost your technical expertise and supplement your educational experience before you embark on a full-time computing curriculum. There are many pre-college education activities and programs that take place in many cities. Contact the sponsors of these programs for information on the activities in your area and how you can get involved. Below are a few examples:

National Engineers Week

Each year the IEEE works in cooperation with other organizations to promote engineers and engineering during National Engineers Week. As many as 50,000 engineers will volunteer their time in schools as part of this effort.

The College Experience

Curriculum Colleges offer a variety of programs in computing. Depending upon the country, your program may be three years of concentrated work in your major field or four years where 35% of your work will be in your major field of science or engineering, 25% in math or science (outside your major field), 25% in arts and humanities, and about 15% in electives. The computing course work will usually include abstract or theoretical material as well as hands-on programming exercises or engineering labs, often with state-of-the-art systems.
Accredited Programs
Many undergraduate computing programs are accredited in their respective countries. For example, in the U.S., the accrediting body is the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). Accreditation ensures that a program meets a defined standard in instruction and physical facilities. Go to your country's accreditation web site for a list of accredited undergraduate computing programs.

Join the IEEE and Computer Society

Joining a professional organization, such as the IEEE Computer Society, provides many benefits. The IEEE Computer Society offers reduced fees for student membership. As a Computer Society student member, you will be eligible to compete for these Computer Society scholarships and awards.
Student Chapters of the Computer Society
The IEEE Computer Society has over 150 Student Branch Chapters throughout the world. Joining your local chapter provides many opportunities including a way to network with working professionals, expand technical education, and build leadership skills.

Career Opportunities

Computing Careers
Computing professionals might find themselves in a variety of environments in academia, research, industry, government, private and business organizations -- analyzing problems for solutions, formulating and testing, using advanced communications or multi-media equipment, or working in teams for product development. Here's a short list of research and vocational areas in computing.
Artificial Intelligence -- Develop computers that simulate human learning and reasoning ability.
Computer Design and Engineering -- Design new computer circuits, microchips, and other electronic components.
Computer Architecture -- Design new computer instruction sets, and combine electronic or optical components to provide powerful but cost-effective computing.
Information Technology -- Develop and manage information systems that support a business or organization.
Software Engineering -- Develop methods for the production of software systems on time, within budget, and with few or no defects.
Computer Theory -- Investigate the fundamental theories of how computers solve problems, and apply the results to other areas of computer science.
Operating Systems and Networks -- Develop the basic software computers use to supervise themselves or to communicate with other computers.
Software Applications -- Apply computing and technology to solving problems outside the computer field - in education or medicine, for example.

Lifelong Learning

While the computing field is one of the fastest growing segments of industry, it is also one of the fastest changing areas technologically. Computing professionals' education does not stop with the college degree, but continues with seminars, conferences, and advanced courses and training. In computer theory and applications, new ideas are developed every day. Success requires an ongoing commitment to learning to maintain knowledge, skills, and career opportunities.

Careers in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Career
Mechanical Engineering is a branch of engineering concerned primarily with the industrial application of mechanics and with the production of tools, machinery, and their products.

Mechanical engineering, the broadest of all Engineering disciplines deals with design and production of tools, machines and all other mechanical equipment to be used in industries. The industry offers a wide choice of options extending across many interdisciplinary interdependent specialties.

Mechanical engineering is concerned with all types of machinery in industries and all aspects of their mechanism and functioning; the design, development, construction, production, installation, operation and maintenance; such as large steam and gas turbines, components of thermal power stations, internal combustion engines, jet engines, machine tools, air conditioning and heating machines, refrigerators etc to name a few. They not only design and create new products, but also develop materials for them and ways of making them. In a way, mechanical engineers are involved in creating the future. They are the driving force behind many of our technologies and industrial processes including innovative products like mobiles, PCs and DVD etc in our modern world.

The work of a Mechanical Engineer can be extremely challenging and fulfilling, requiring IT, design and analytical skills together with an ability to work as a team. As their work involves production, transmission and use of mechanical power and heat, they have to analyze the different materials used for the machines and their tolerances; investigate the different energy sources and the power they generate and the design problems if any. When designing and making a commercial product they have to take into account all the business and marketing aspects to make sure that the product is affordable.

Mechanical Engineers are also responsible for maintenance and repair of the devices. Care has to be taken that the plants give maximum output and the machinery is properly maintained. The specializations include in areas like thermal engineering, design, and production engineering etc. Mechanical engineers work mainly in manufacturing firms. They can find work in administrative and managerial positions in government departments or public and private sector industries or do research as well as teaching in Research and teaching institutes. They could also opt for technical sales / marketing or work as independent consultants.

To become a mechanical engineer one should have a graduate degree (B.E / B.Tech) or postgraduate degree (M.E) or at least a diploma in mechanical Engineering. The basic eligibility criteria for a BE / B.Tech is 10+2 or equivalent examination, with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. After the bachelor’s one can go in for a post graduate degree. The postgraduate course generally offers specialized training in thermal engineering, design, and production engineering. Post graduate degrees are essential for most teaching posts and positions in management and an additional degree in business administration is desirable for management positions. There is also the Associate Membership Examination of the Institute of Engineers (AMIE), which enables working people in the private and public sector, or diploma holders to acquire a Bachelor’s engineering degree through distance education. A three year BEng degree course entitled Mechanical Engineering is also available. This course is also accredited with the Institution of Mechanical Engineers for Chartered Engineer status. Selection: Selection to the graduate courses ( BE / B.Tech ) is based on merit i.e the marks secured in the final exams of 10+2 and through entrance exams. Entrance to the IIT’s is through JEE’ (Joint Entrance Exam) and for other major institutions through AIEEE (All India Engineering/Pharmacy/Architecture Entrance Examination) OR their own separate entrance exams and other state level and national level exams.

Job Prospects and Career Options
Mechanical Engineering finds applications in all fields of technology. They could work in many industries including private or public sector industries of various types, and their work varies by industry and function. With the rapid rate of expansion in the industrial sector, the employment potential for mechanical engineers is very high. In the government sector, freshers could join as Junior Engineers and go up the ladder as Assistant Engineers, Assistant Executive Engineers, Executive Engineers, Superintendent Engineers and so on. 

Mechnical engineers are required in automobile, chemical, electronics, steel plants, oil exploration and refining, technical wings of armed forces, space research organisation, etc. Candidates with post graduate degree or an additional management degree could find work in administrative and managerial positions in government departments or public and private sector industries or do research as well as teaching in Research and teaching institutes.

They could also opt for technical sales / marketing or work as independent consultants. Several government departments including Posts and Telegraphs, Defense, PWD, and CPWD employ mechanical engineers. Aeronautical, agricultural, automobile, chemical, and power plants, as well as the railways, need mechanical engineers to design and maintain their machinery. In agricultural sector, mechanical engineers play a vital role by establishing service centres for maintenance of tractors, oil engines, pump sets, electric motors and other agricultural equipments.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

MD/MS Courses in Saveetha Med. Col. 2015

Saveetha Medical College, Chennai was set up in the year 1998. The institute is a part of Saveetha University.

The college educates students to become compassionate, caring, ethical and proficient health care professionals and creative biomedical scientists.

The college infrastructure is well furnished with all modern facilities. The College provides hostel facilities within the campus separately for both girls and boys.

The vision of College is is to develop a medical professional as a primary care physician. College offer Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) degree.

The institute proves to be excellent in providing patient care in an environment that is respectful of others, accountable for outcomes, adaptive to change, delivered by coordinated inter professional teams.

The College provides well equipped library with huge volume of books and more than 50 national and international journals.

Courses offered:
Under Graduate Course:
MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery)

Post Graduate Courses:
  • Master of Science in Anatomy
  • Master of Science in Physiology
  • Master of Science in Medical Biochemistry
  • Master of Science in Medical Microbiology
  • Master of Science in Pharmacology
  • Master of Science in Oral Biology
  • Master of Science in Bio Materials
  • Master of Science in Clinical Research
  • MD - Anaesthesiology
  • MD - Bio-Chemistry
  • MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy
  • MD - General Medicine
  • MD - Microbiology
  • MD - Pharmacology
  • MD - Physiology
  • MD - Radio Diagnosis/Radiology

MBA Admission in MBS Bangalore

Medha Business School, Bangalore has rich experience in conducting Management Development & Training programs for the Corporate and the Industries and offers management & marketing research services to its clients in the industry.

Medha Business School continuously monitors the market pulse and the curriculum is designed to address industry needs.

The faculty is a team of experts drawn from the Industry and academia and brings to the students the best of both worlds.

The institute offers a rare opportunity to work with the corporate even as one is obtaining academic skills. It is the age and time of relevant education. Today, business and management expertise are much sought after skills.

Eligibility Criteria:
  • In order to get admission for any program at MBS, one must have successfully passed 10+2+3 or its equivalent examination in any discipline from any recognized university.
  • Candidates must have attained minimum 21 years of age at the time of admission
  • Candidates must have a valid XAT/ATMA/CAT/GMAT/MedhaAT Score
Admission Procedure:
Admission for any program at MBS-Bangalore is strictly done on the basis of score obtained by an individual in XAT/ATMA/CAT/GMAT/MedhaAT exam.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Higher Education in India

·         India's higher education system is the third largest in the world, next to the United States and China.The main leading body at the tertiary level is the University Grants Commission, which enforces its standards, advises the government, and helps coordinate between the centre and the state. Authorization for higher learning is overseen by 12 independent institutions recognized by the University Grants Commission.
·         Indian higher education system has expanded at a fast pace by adding nearly 20,000 colleges and more than 8 million students in a decade from 2000-01 to 2010-11.As of 2011, India has 42 central universities, 275 state universities, 130 deemed universities, 90 private universities, 5 institutions established and functioning under the State Act, and 33 Institutes of National Importance. Other institutions include 33,000 colleges as Government Degree Colleges and Private Degree Colleges, including 1800 exclusive women's colleges, functioning under these universities and institutions as reported by the UGC in 2012. The emphasis in the tertiary level of learning lies on science and technology. Indian educational institutions by 2004 consisted of a large number of technology institutes. Distance learning and open education is also a feature of the Indian higher education system, and is looked after by the Distance Education Council. Indira Gandhi National Open University is the largest university in the world by number of students, having approximately 3.5 million students across the globe.
·         Some institutions of India, such as the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), National Institute of Technology (NITs), International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT-H), University of Mumbai and Jawaharlal Nehru University have been globally acclaimed for their standard of education. The IITs enroll about 8000 students annually and the alumni have contributed to both the growth of the private sector and the public sectors of India. However, India still lacks internationally prestigious universities such as Harvard, Cambridge, and Oxford.
·         Universities in India have evolved in divergent streams with each stream monitored by an apex body, indirectly controlled by the Ministry of Human Resource Development and funded jointly by the state governments. Most universities are administered by the States, however, there are 18 important universities called Central Universities, which are maintained by the Union Government. The increased funding of the central universities give them an advantage over their state competitors.
·         Apart from the several hundred state universities, there is a network of research institutions that provide opportunities for advanced learning and research leading up to a PhD in branches of science, technology and agriculture. Several have won international recognition. 25 of these institutions come under the umbrella of the CSIR - Council of Scientific and Industrial Research and over 60 fall under the ICAR - Indian Council of Agricultural Research. In addition, the DAE - Department of Atomic Energy, and other ministries support various research laboratories.
·         The Indian Institutes of Technology are among the most prestigious institutions within the hard sciences. Indian Institute of Science is the premier research institute in the field of science and engineering. There are several thousand colleges (affiliated to different universities) that provide undergraduate science, agriculture, commerce and humanities courses in India. Amongst these, the best also offer post graduate courses while some also offer facilities for research and PhD studies.
·         Technical education has grown rapidly in recent years. With recent capacity additions, it now appears that the nation has the capability to graduate over 500,000 engineers (with 4-yr undergraduate degrees) annually, and there is also a corresponding increase in the graduation of computer scientists (roughly 50,000 with post-graduate degree). In addition, the nation graduates over 1.2 million scientists. Furthermore, each year, the nation is enrolling at least 350,000 in its engineering diploma programs (with plans to increase this by about 50,000). Thus, India's annual enrollment of scientists, engineers and technicians now exceeds 2 million.
·         2008 data from Maharashtra's Higher Secondary Board reveals that .87 million passed the school leaving exam and enrolled in college for undergraduate studies. Adding enrolment in polytechnic programs and graduates from other boards puts Maharashtra's total at close to a million and its college enrolment ratio at roughly 39%. States like Tamil Nadu, Haryana and Kerala also have comparably high tertiary enrollment ratios. In Andhra Pradesh, the tertiary enrolment rate is now approaching 25%.
·         Across the country, tertiary enrollment rates have been increasing at a rate between 5-10% in the last decade, which has led to a doubling of the tertiary enrolment rate to near 20%. (However, outdated government data does not yet capture this trend, which can be seen from analyzing individual state data.
·         International league tables produced in 2006 by the London-based Times Higher Education Supplement (THES) confirmed Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU)'s place among the world's top 200 universities. Likewise, THES 2006 ranked JNU's School of Social Sciences at the 57th position among the world's top 100 institutes for social sciences.
·         The University of Calcutta was the first multi-disciplinary university of modern India. According to The Times Higher Education Supplement's survey of the world's top arts and humanities universities, dated November 10, 2005, this university, ranked 39, was the only Indian university to make it to the top 50 list in that year. Other research institutes are the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, the Asiatic Society, and the Indian Statistical Institute.
·         The National Law School of India University is highly regarded, with some of its students being awarded Rhodes Scholarships to Oxford University, and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences is consistently rated the top medical school in the country. Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) are the top management institutes in India.
·         The University of Mumbai was ranked 41 among the Top 50 Engineering Schools of the world by America's news broadcasting firm Business Insider in 2012 and was the only university in the record from the five emerging BRICS nations viz Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. It was ranked at 62 in the QS BRICS University rankings for 2013 and was India's 3rd best Multi Disciplinary University in the QS University position of Indian Universities after University of Calcutta and Delhi University. Three Indian universities were scheduled in the Times Higher Education list of the world’s top 200 universities — Indian Institutes of Technology, Indian Institutes of organization, and Jawaharlal Nehru University in 2005 and 2006. Six Indian Institutes of Technology and the Birla Institute of Technology and Science - Pilani were listed among the top 20 science and technology schools in Asia by Asia week. The Indian School of Business situated in Hyderabad was ranked number 12 in global MBA rankings by the Financial Times of London in 2010 while the All India Institute of Medical Sciences has been recognized as a global leader in medical research and treatment. The Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings published in 2013 ranked IIT Delhi at number 222 with a 49.4% score, IIT Bombay at 233, and IIT Kanpur at 295. No Indian universities appear in the top 200 worldwide.

·         There is no familial ranking system for India. However, the National evaluation and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has developed, after wide consultations, 50 indicators, assimilated into seven criteria, as Quality Benchmarks for accreditation of Universities. The Information and Library Network (INFLIBNET), an Inter University Centre (IUC) under the UGC, has reported that there are 150 areas in which explore has been undertaken in 37 Central Universities.

Monday, May 11, 2015

The Future of Engineering Education

In the traditional approach to teaching, the professor lectures and assigns readings and well-defined
Convergent single-discipline problems and the students listen, take notes, and solve problems individually.
Alternative educational techniques have repeatedly been shown to be more effective and much more likely
to achieve the objectives set forth in the preceding section. Among these techniques are supportive (teambased)
Learning, inductive (discovery) learning, the assignment of open-ended questions, multidisciplinary
Problems and problem formulation exercises, the practice use of in-class problem-solving, brainstorming,
And trouble-shooting exercises, and other methods designed to address the spectrum of learning styles to be
Found among students in every class.
The advantage of the alternative methods at achieving desired both cognitive and affective
educational outcomes has been confirmed in thousands of empirical research studies, and is heavily
Supported by modern cognitive science. Nevertheless, straight lecturing and convergent problems continue
to predominate in engineering courses at most institutions. A substantial number of engineering professors
are still unaware of alternative educational methods, and many who are aware of them choose not to
incorporate them into their approach to teaching. There are several likely reasons for this inertia, aside from
the expected human resistance to change.
Modern universities have, with few exceptions, become totally dependent on research funds to
support most of their functions, including educational and administrative functions only marginally related
to research. This circumstance has dictated the establishment of research achievement as the primary
criterion for advancement up the faculty ladder, and the potential for research achievement as the primary
criterion for faculty hiring. In consequence, many young faculty members either have little interest in doing
high quality teaching or would like to do it but feel that they cannot afford to invest the necessary time.
Individuals in both categories tend to put minimal endeavor into teaching so that they can concentrate on
research, which they view (generally correctly) as the key to their career success. Moreover, most
professors begin teaching without so much as five minutes of training on how to do it. Even those who are
genuinely concerned about their students and would like to be effective teachers automatically fall back on
straight lecturing, which is the only instructional strategy most of them have ever seen.
Another obstacle to change is the fear of loss of control. Lecture classes in which student
involvement is essentially limited to passive observation (perhaps broken by occasional questioning) and
out-of-class problem solving is safe: the professor is in almost complete control of what happens in class.
On the other hand, it is hard to predict what might happen in a student-centered class. Digressions may
occur, making it difficult to stay with the syllabus, and the discussion may wander into areas in which the
professor is not all that comfortable. Perhaps worst of all, the students may simply not buy into the
program, remaining indifferent, uncooperative, or perhaps sullen in their refusal to get involved in the
planned activities.Like any other skill, directing student-centered classes is an ability that can be learned
and improves with practice. Unless some training is provided and feedback given on initial efforts,
however, professors courageous enough to try the new teaching methods are likely to become discouraged,
give up, and revert to straight lecturing.
In short, no matter how effective they may be, the new approaches to teaching will not
automatically replace the old approach. The university administration must take steps to establish a
suitable climate for change before any significant change can take place.
As imposing as the obstacles to change may be, we do not believe they are insuperable, and indeed
several things are happening that are conducive to change.
As noted at the beginning of this paper,
legislature and industry have been exerting increasing pressure on universities to pay more attention to the
quality of their undergraduate teaching programs, and growing competition for a shrinking pool of
applicants for engineering school has provided further impetus for change. In the United States the new
ABET criteria were developed in response to these stimuli, and the knowledge that in a short time they will
be used to evaluate all engineering programs is substantially increasing the pressure to change. Moreover,
major support for educational reform has come from the National Science Foundation Division of
Undergraduate Education and the NSF-sponsored Engineering Education Coalitions. This support has led
to the emergence of a large and rapidly growing number of innovative programs and instructional methods
and materials in the past decade, as a perusal of recent issues of the Journal of Engineering Education makes
abundantly clear. The presence of hard evidence to support claims of improvement in learning should make it easier to disseminate

education reforms to the skeptical mainstream engineering professoriate.

Saturday, May 9, 2015

Specifications of Medicine

 MBBS or Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery is a professional degree which is conferred by the medical schools and colleges in India. Though the name of the degree indicates that these are two different degrees, they are considered as one degree and conferred jointly.
The duration of the MBBS course is 4.5 years. After completing this, the students need to undergo a Mandatory Rotating Residential Internship which takes 12 months.
Today the focus of medicine is an specialization and even super - serializations within specialist areas. Thus hiking the ladder of success is more intricate and difficult then even before. But the positive aspect is that the opportunities for medical aspirants have multiplied. The diagnosis and treatments that was earlier handled singly by the general practitioner is today divided amongst posses of specialists and with better results. Thus, specialization is inevitable for the medical students who seek to carve a niche for him in this profession.

The major areas of specification are:

General Medicine: these practitioners usually perform the role of the family doctor. They diagnose and treat the every day and sundry ailments. In the event of an intractable sickness, the general practitioner recommends specialist intervention. Qualification: An MBBS degree with a 3 year M.D course in General Medicine or a Postgraduate diploma course in General Medicine.

Anesthesiologists: Assets in the surgical process to make the surgical procedure as painless as possible.

General Surgery: is a specialize- tion where the doctor is trained in Surgery for all organs of the body. The surgeon can latter opt to specific areas. Performance of surgery and post operative care is the forte of the general surgeon. Qualification: MBBS with a 3 years MS Course.

Pediatrics: is a specialized area in medicine that focus on diagnosis and treatment of children's diseases. Qualification: MBBS +3 year course in Pediatrics Cardiology: studies the disease related to the heart and the Circulatory system. Qualification: MBBS +3, years course in cardio-thoracic surgery.

Obstetrics Gynecology: Studies the diagnosis and treatment of conditions specific to the female reproductive system. Qualification: MBBS + MS in Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Neurology: treats diseases and diseases and disorder related to the brain and the nervous system. Qualification: MBBS + MS in Neurosurgery.

Dermatology: focuses on problems related to the Skin. Qualification: MBBS + MD in Dermatology.

Ophthalmology: Is the treatment of diseases to the eye. Qualification: MBBS + MD / MD in Ophthalmology. ENT / Ear Nose Throat Specialist: treat disorders of the Ear, Nose and Throat. Qualification: MBBS + MD in psychiatry.

Psychiatry: Is the branch of that specialist in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. Qualification: MBBS + MD in Psychiatry.

Pathology: Is the branch if medicine that investigates the cause of various diseases and the possibilities for their presentation. Qualification: MBBS + MS in Pathology.
Other specialization available are community medicine, physiology, venereology, communicable diseases, anatomy, plastic surgery, nephrology, urology, endocrinology, hematology, etc.Doctors with post graduation can venture further a field and do a Ph.D in any specialized area of medicine. Those who process MD / MRCR /MS/ FRCS/ an complete the Doctoral programme in 2 years. For those who have an M.Sc in Medicine, the Ph.D program takes 3 years.

Job Market: Employment opportunities exist in hospitals, nursing homes, polyclinics, health centers, Medical Colleges and Research Instruction. These is also scope for self employment .Training in medicine beings after successful completion of 10 +2/ equivalent in Physics / Chemistry and Biology. There are Entrance Examinations conducted on an All India basis as well as statewise for seats in the Medicinal College. The test is based on 12th standards syllabus.

Friday, May 8, 2015

MBA Courses in MBS Bangalore 2015

Medha Business School, Bangalore located in the city of Bangalore, Karnataka. The institute came into existence to provide excellent management and entrepreneurship education to its students. The institute is belongs to the MS University, Tamil Nadu.

MBS offers full time MBA and PGPM program in Marketing Management, Finance Management, Human Resources Management, International Business Management, Entrepreneurship & Enterprise Management, Advertising & Communication Management and Information technology Management discipline. MBS also offers Executive MBA programs as well.

The B-School is approved by UGC (University Grants Commission and certified by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council). According to the survey of Dainik Bhaskar, MBS secured 39th rank in all India private B-School.

Courses Offered:
  • Executive Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Business Administration 
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Management
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Information Technology
  • Human Resources
  • Entrepreneurship & Enterprise Management
  • Global Business
  • Advertising and Mass Communication

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Top ten Popular professional Courses after 10+2

Nowadays, pursing any professional course after 10+2 has become on the most popular choice among the students. After completing their 10+2 board examination, the students start looking after for several courses according to their first choice and would like to end up in choosing the one, which suits their interests and abilities. The professional courses sharpen their skills and shape their career for the industry, which they wish to join, such as management, engineering, medicine and law etc. To meet the raising demand of professional courses among students, a number of educational institutions in India, including both Government and Private, have made their best efforts to impart professional courses at different levels.

The major professional courses in India along with their features are given in following lines.
1. Engineering and Practical Courses: A large number of educational institutes in India offer specialized courses in the disciplines of Engineering and Technology. The institutes and universities offer these courses at various levels like undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level. Plenty of job opportunities are available for engineers in related industries and research institutes across the country.

2. Business executive Courses: Nowadays, many students pursue management courses at different levels. Management courses are offered by the institutes at undergraduate, postgraduate degree/diploma levels and doctorate level. After completing these professional courses, one can join corporate houses and multinational companies. Various job opportunities are also available in government sector for degree holders.

3. Media & newspaper journalism Courses: Professional course in this field depends upon its different aspects such as writing, editing, reporting, voice-overs etc. These courses are offered at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level. Many institutes offer short duration certificate and diploma courses in the field of media and journalism. There are number of opportunities available for aspiring professionals in public relations, newspapers, radio, television, publishing houses, websites, advertising agencies and government organisations.

4. Health Courses: There are number of medical colleges in the country that offer professional courses in medical sciences. These courses are offered at the undergraduate (MBBS, BHMS, BUMS, B.Pharma), postgraduate degree (MD,MS and others) and diploma and doctoral level programs. The professionals of this field can make their career as doctors, by serving in government and private hospitals as well as research institutes and medical colleges, or practicing in their own clinics.

5. Law Courses: Many law colleges in country offer professional courses in the discipline of law. They offer law courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level. After pursuing such course, one can make his/her career in public and private sector as lawyer, teacher, professor, legal advisers, legal counsel or you can aspire to become Judge of any court.

6. Foreign Language Courses: Presently, Foreign Language courses are one of the most preferred professional courses in India. These courses are offered at certificate, diploma and degree level. Few institutes also impart foreign language courses at postgraduate and PhD level. Job opportunities in this sector are available in government organisations, publishing houses, research institutes, industrial houses, and media houses. One can also pursue a career in government embassies as language translators after doing these courses.

7. Computer Courses: Nowadays, computer and IT field is one of the most promising streams in the country. There are many universities which offer specialized courses like computer applications, .net, hardware and networking, CCNA, system administration etc., at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level. One can secure a job in government and private sector, IT industries, teaching and can also work independently.

8. Animatronics Courses: Animation field is one of the most creative fields and require lots of creativity. There are many institutes and colleges which offer these animation courses to students. Students can pursue undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses. They can also go for some short term professional courses such as diploma and certificate courses. The institutes offer courses like 2D-3D animation, graphic designing, visual designing, visual effects, digital film making and much more. They can work in media houses, publishing houses, newspapers, production houses, advertising agencies and academic institutions.

9. Manipulative Courses: Many students after completion of their 10+2 want to pursue a career which is not conventional but at the same time give them ample opportunities for professional growth. There are many institutes in the country which offers designing courses like fashion designing, jewellery designing, interior designing, apparel, textile and automobile designing courses. The institutes offer these courses at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level. After completion of the course students can make their career in respective field and can set up their own business too.

10. Fine arts courses: Fine arts broadly refer the combination of art like painting, dance, drama, music, sculpting, ceramic design, mural design and pottery design. With the growth of consumerism these forms of arts have been converted into commercially profitable sector. There are number of institutes and universities which offer these courses to students. There are several courses in fine arts at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level. After completion of the course professionals can seek a career in advertising agencies, textile industries and media houses. Dancers, musician, painters can also work independently or on contractual basis. They can also choose a career in teaching. They can also work as art critics and writers on art.

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