Monday, February 28, 2011

Joint CSIR-UGC Test For Junior Research Fellowship /NET

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Friday, February 25, 2011

Gate 2011 corrected answer key

For Download the Gate Question paper 2011 Click Here.

1. (C)  2. (A)  3. B)   4. (D)  5. (B)  6. (C)  7. (A)
8. (B)  9. (D)  10. (B) 11. (D) 12. (C) 13. (B) 14. (C)
15. (D) 16. (?) 17. (A) 18. (D) 19. (C) 20. (D) 21. (A)
22. (B) 23. (C) 24. (C) 25. (D) 26. (D) 27. (C) 28. (A)
29. (C) 30. (A) 31. (D) 32. (C) 33. (A) 34. (C) 35. (D)
36. (B) 37. (A) 38. (D) 39. (D) 40. (B) 41. (C) 42. (D)
43. (C) 44. (B) 45. (D) 46. (C) 47. (A) 48. (D) 49. (B)
50. (B) 51. (B) 52. (C) 53. (B) 54. (A) 55. (D) 56. (D)
57. (C) 58. (B) 59. (A) 60. (D) 61. (C) 62. (A) 63. (D)
64. (C) 65. (D)

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Wednesday, February 23, 2011


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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Gate 2011 answer key

Answers to Genral Aptitude(GA) Questions (56 - 65)
56. (A) Hyperbolic
57. (A) To visit
58. (B) q^2 = PR
59. (A) Incomprehensible
60. (D) Separate
61. (C) 6
62. (A) 5
63. (A) P
64. (A) How to write a letter of...
65. (D) 7.29 litres

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Anonymous said...
i need all the answer of physics question.please give it.
basudev said...
Hi Chetan, it seems that you have gotten many wrong... the answer to the corrected ones should be

(56) restrained
(57) visiting
(58) (B) is fine
(60) Split
(61) (C) is fine
(62) (A) is fine
(63) There is an inverse proportionality involved here. The microbe quantity was mg required to destroy some
half the mass of body. Clearly, more of it means less potency.
(64) leading causes of death
(65) (D) is fine said...
answer of hormonic oscillator is α = -1 and 9Ћw/2
basudev said...
I owe this to physicskerala since I downloaded a lot of stuff from here.

1 (C)
2 (A)
3 (B)
4 (D)
5 (B)
6 (C)
7 (A)
8 (B)
10 (B)
11 (D)
12 (C)
13 (B)
14 (A)
15 (D)
16 (A)
17 (A)
18 (D)
19 (C)
20 (D)
21 (A)
22 (B)
24 (C)
25 (D)
basudev said...
And the last set of answers

26 (D)
27 (B)
28 (A)
29 (A)
30 (A)
31 (D)
32 (C)
33 (A)
34 (C)
35 (D)
36 (B)
37 (C)
38 (D)
39 (A)
41 (C)
42 (C)
43 (C)
44 (B)
46 (C)
47 (A)
48 (C)
49 (B)
50 (A)
51 (B)
52 (C)
53 (D)
54 (A)
55 (D)
Anonymous said...
@arun kumar: thank you for that solution!:) and may i know when the solutions would be out for physics?also,
i would request someone to provide the answer for the relativity question,i somehow could not arrive at any of the
options given there!:( thanks again!
balagangadhar said...
Great work Mr. Basudev,
But, could you please think about some of your answers...
Q 53) Its B
Becoz, you have to normalize the wave function while calculating energy eigen value,

Q 48) I think its D
Becoz the given fn sin(z)/(z-pi)^2 is not diverging function. It has to be differentiated,

Q 14) Its C
Just check it

Q 10) Its C,
there won't be any phase shift between input and output voltages in common emitter amplifier,

Q 60) You can find that both separate and split are the antonyms to amalgamate,

Q 45) I think Its D but not sure

Q 40) Its B

Q 9) D

Sreejith said...
i think
9. D
kalyani said...
4.A bcz entropy of the universe increases n work done in a cyclic process is zero.
9.D bcoz in superconductors energy gap is very less.
14.A fine
22.A right ans n B IS ONLY FOR SINGLE e- system.
23.C IS RIGHT ans for optical branches, B FOR ACOUSTICAL branches.
40. B
42.i think its B.
43.its D BCZ IN rotational Raman specrum first stoke line is at 6B.
SREEJITH P said...
answer of 4 is D
Carnot engine is an ideal engine. Look T-S diagram
pls reply
Periyasamy. said...
For ques.43, Ans is C.As you said the first stoke/anti stoke line is at 6B from origninal frequency.In question, 2B=20/cm. B=10/cm.
Anonymous said...
For 43, ans is c.
Ashim said...
for ques.44, ans is D. because vol. of primitive cell of b.c.c lattice is (a^3)/2. please check it & reply
SREEJITH P said...
23. C
Anonymous said...
40. B
kalyani said...
Sree.. said...
please comment about Answer of the question 48 and 49
Anonymous said...
48.) D, simple pole at z=pi
Anonymous said...
48.) D, simple pole at z=pi. function sin(z) has a zero at z= pi, so in the lorentz series expansion should terminate at the
first term of the principal part.

check it by expanding the function about z=pi.

49.) B, singular point is outside the contour of integration
Anonymous said...
thank you all,but may i know what the cut off is expected to be?i mean,was this paper tough or easy?
i personally felt it was a difficult one,so im expecting cut off to be lower,say,25 or so!
Anonymous said...
I think the cutoff may be 25(+or-)3. The questions are somewhat easy compare last two years. Anyway,
 its not necessay think of it becaues whan the questions are easy, propotionaly there is a propability
for increase in negative marks(due to careless mistakes).
fathimathul said...
14)c since [Lx,Lz}= -ih(bar)Ly
Anonymous said...
please comment about Answer of the question 22, 39, 44 and 50.
aditya said...
Answers should be these:

4)C. Since, entropy never decreases in any process. Also, entropy of universe always increases.

16)B. Since, there will be no potential from grounded plane. so, V due to just 2q charge.



44)C. Since, volume=a^3 & d=lambda




63)S. As toxicity(mg needed) becomes inversely proportional to danger.
SREEJITH P said...

"entropy never decreases in any process" is wrong idea.

entropy can increase or decrease in process.

entropy of the universe is increasing.

4. D
aditya said...
@sreejith P: are correct..i typed it mistakenly..but have a look at my other answers.
Anonymous said...
@basudev what would u tell about Q33
Periyasamy. said...
Hello adithya,
Look back ques.44, The Answer is D since the B.C.C primitive cell contains 2 atoms. The answer is a^3 /2.
Anonymous said...
16) C. Grounded plane contributes a potential (see image problems). So final potential is due to plane and 2q.

The Gate Question paper 2011 is

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Junior Research Fellowship @ PRL

Dear applicant,
Welcome to PRL!
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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

World Bank International Essay Competition 2011

World Bank International Essay Competition 2011

Youth Migration

Young people are on the move. Improvements in transportation, technology development and increased international trade, as well as issues such as unemployment, war, health and economic hardship have prompted more young people to migrate within and across national borders in search of work, education and a better quality of life. The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) estimates that young people between 15 and 30 years of age account for about one-third of all migrants

Nearly all young people are affected by migration in some way. Some are migrants themselves or are considering migrating abroad or within their home country. Others experience migration through the departure of friends or family members, and still others, in receiving countries, encounter the political debate on immigration and integration policies in their country and may experience cohabitation with new immigrants. Young people are major stakeholders in migration and yet youth are largely absent in the debate on international migration policies and the effects of migration on development.

The World Bank International Essay Competition 2011 would like to hear your views on the opportunities, challenges and implications of youth migration.

Questions to address in your essay / video :

1) How has migration (international or internal, in a sending or a receiving country) affected you, your family, your community, or your country?

2) How do you perceive the benefits of migration (increased opportunities for young people, remittances) versus the risks (brain drain, illegal immigration and exploitation of young immigrants)?

3) What actions can you recommend for broadening opportunities for young migrants in their countries of destination and their countries of origin?

We encourage you to draw on personal experiences when possible and focus on providing your own creative solutions for managing migration in a way that most benefits young people. You do not have to be a migrant yourself to respond on this essay, as you may refer to the experience of your friends and family or other migrants who enter, leave or move within your country. As migration is a multi-dimensional issue, please feel free to explore any aspect of migration that you relate to most, such as :

Rural to urban migration
international migration policy
role of diasporas
forced migration
integration of immigrants
migration and development
skilled migration / brain drain

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January 17, 2011 - Launch of the Essay Competition

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May 30 - June 1, 2011- Final Jury in Paris, France (only finalists in the essay category and winner of the video category participate)

June 1, 2011- Award Ceremony during the ABCDE conference in Paris, France

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Friday, February 4, 2011

IISC Banglore ADMISSIONS 2011 PhD Research

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