Friday, July 29, 2011

TNPSC GROUP 2 (CSSE-1) EXAM 2011 answer key

The answer key for the TNPSC GROUP 2 (CSSE-1) EXAM 2011

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1. Combined Subordinate Services Examinations - 2011

30.07.2011 FN

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ONGC is looking for promising, energetic and young Geo-scientists, Engineers, MBAs, Law Graduates and CAs/ ICWA‟s with bright academic record to join the organization as Class-I executive (E-1) in the following disciplines- Geology, Geophysics, Reservoir, Chemistry, Programming, Production, Drilling, Cementing, Mechanical, Electrical, E&T, Instrumentation, Civil, Transport, Environment, Finance & Accounts, HR, Medical, Materials Management, Legal and Security. The pay scale is in the grade of Rs. 24,900 - 50,500/- with an increment of 3% per year. Besides Basic Pay, the employee is entitled to allowance @ 47% of Basic Pay under Cafeteria Approach, Dearness Allowance, HRA/Company Accommodation, Contributory Provident Fund, Conveyance Maintenance, Substantial Performance Related Pay (PRP), Medical Facility for self and dependents, Gratuity, Self Contributory Post Retirement Benefit Scheme and Composite Social Security Scheme as per Company rules.
The Company offers one of the best compensation packages in cost to company (CTC) terms in the country with opportunity of merit-oriented advancement in a professionally managed organization focused on growth.

Wherever CGPA/ OGPA/ CPI/ DGPA or letter grade in degree is awarded, equivalent % of marks should be indicated in the online application as per norms adopted by concerned Univ/ Instt. Please also obtain a certificate to this effect from the Univ./ Instt, which shall be required to be submitted at the time of interview.
C: AGE LIMIT: As on 12.08.2011 for all posts except Drilling and Cementing: 1.Gen.-30 Years, 2. OBC (Non- Creamy Layer) - 33 Years 3. SC/ST- 35 Years and 4. Person with Disability (PwD) – 40 Years for Gen, 43 years for OBC & 45 years for SC/ST category.
For Drilling and Cementing: As on 12.08.2011 1. Gen. - 28 Years, 2. OBC (Non Creamy Layer) - 31 Years and 3. SC/ST - 33 Years.
(a) Eligible candidates will be required to appear for Written test (Objective as well as Subjective Type) consisting of two papers namely (i) General Awareness (ii) Subject / Specialization concerned.
 (b) The candidates who qualify in the written test shall be called for psychometric test and interview as per merit and criteria decided by the Management.
(c) The written test is tentatively scheduled on 18.09.2011. (The exact date of the test shall be communicated to the candidates through admit card and will also be available on ONGC website
(d) Screening and selection will be based on the details provided by the candidate, hence it is necessary that applicants should furnish only accurate, full and correct information. Furnishing of wrong / false information will be a disqualification and ONGC will NOT be responsible for any consequence of furnishing of such wrong/false information.
(e) ONGC departmental candidates must ensure filling their own CPF Number of ONGC in the appropriate field in the online form, failing which they shall not, repeat SHALL NOT be screened/ considered as departmental candidates from ONGC.
(f) Candidate shortlisted for interview will be required to upload his/her scanned documents of qualifying degree on the online application website by a cutoff date (to be informed later) before interview, failing which the candidate may not be interviewed.
Eligible applicants would be required to apply Online ONLY (on the Internet) through the link ‘Apply Online’ on ONGC’s website: No other mode repeat no other mode of application shall be accepted.
1. Before registering/submitting their applications on the website the candidates should possess the following:
a) Valid E-mail ID.
b) A facility to take Printout of the Challan form and Registration Slip.
c) If document upload option is to be exercised: Scanned copies of recent passport size colour photograph of the candidate with white background (not more than 50 KB size), signature of the candidate (not more than 20 KB size) and Bank challan (containing bank seal and journal number).
2. The candidate can access the online application form at The online registration site would be open from 1000 hours on 21.07.2011 to 2000 hours on 12.08.2011.
3. All correspondence with candidates shall be done through E-mail only. All information regarding examination schedule/admit card/interview call letters etc. shall be provided through E-mail. Responsibility of receiving, downloading and printing of admit card/ call letter shall be that of the candidate. ONGC will not be responsible for any loss of E-mail sent, due to invalid/wrong E-mail ID provided by the candidate or delivery of Emails to spam/bulk mail folder etc.
4. Online Application and Payment methodology will be available on online application site.
5. General and OBC candidates will be required to deposit the registration fee of Rs. 500/- and SC/ST/Person with Disability (PwD) candidates will be required to deposit registration fee of Rs. 100/-. Registration fee is non-refundable. Registration Fee can be deposited at any branch of State Bank of India through challan. The fee is to be deposited in ONGC Powerjyoti A/C Number 30827318409 of SBI, Tel Bhavan, Dehradun. Payment is to be made as per the designated process only. No other mode of payment would be accepted. Applicants should not deposit fee through instruments like Demand Draft/ Banker Cheques/ IPO/ online transfer of money into ONGC account etc, if any applicant makes payment through any such mode fee will NOT be returned/ refunded. Therefore applicants should pay the fee through challan form (designated process) only.
6. Departmental candidates from ONGC would also be required to deposit the applicable registration fee through the challan form. However, the same would be reimbursable.
7. During Online registration process, candidates can opt for either of the following modes:-
(a) Uploading of documents: Candidates can upload scanned copies of their documents viz. photograph (not more than 50 KB size), signature (not more than 20 KB size) and
challan form by clicking on the appropriate link(s) provided on the online application web site. Candidates opting for uploading of the documents need not send the documents by post.
(b) Sending documents by post: Those candidates NOT opting for uploading of documents are required to send the print of original registration slip with signature in the space provided, recent passport size colour photograph (size 3.5 x 4.5 cms with white background) affixed and signed, along with ONGC‟s copy of the bank challan (containing bank seal and journal number) in an envelope superscribed “GT-2011 “Discipline & Category” as the case may be, by ORDINARY POST (since post box do not accept registered posts) to Post Box No 10737, Sector 7, Rohini, Delhi - 110085 so as to reach latest by 20.08.2011. Documents received after 20.08.2011 will not be considered. ONGC will not be responsible for any postal delay/loss.
F: Written Test Centers
The written test will be conducted at following cities:
1. Ahmedabad 2. Chennai 3. Delhi 4. Guwahati
5. Hyderabad 6. Kochi 7. Kolkata 8.Mumbai
9. Ranchi 10. Lucknow
Candidates have to choose one of these cities as Test Centre and no change will be allowed subsequently. However, ONGC reserves the right to change any of the above mentioned test cities at its discretion.
Registration start Date
21.07.2011, 1000 hrs.
Last date for registration
12.08.2011, 2000 hrs.
Last date for receiving registration slip with enclosures by ordinary post (for candidates opting for Sending documents by ordinary post)
20.08.2011, 1700 hrs.
All India Written Test (Tentative)
1. Eligible applicants would be required to apply Online ONLY (on the Internet) through the link ‘Apply Online’ on ONGC’s website: No other mode repeat no other mode of application shall be accepted.
2. Candidates NOT opting for uploading of documents are required to send the requisite documents only by ORDINARY POST to Post Box No 10737, Sector 7, Rohini, Delhi – 110085 so as to reach latest by 20.08.2011. Documents received after 20.08.2011 will not be considered ONGC will not be responsible for any postal delay/loss.
3. Any sort of canvassing or influencing the officials related to the selection/recruitment process would result in immediate disqualification of the candidate. In case of any dispute, the decision of the management of ONGC will be final & binding on all candidates.
DGM (HR)- Rectt
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd
Tel Bhavan, Dehradun.

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowships

University Grants Commission
Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg,
New Delhi-110 002
ON-LINE SUBMISSION INTERFACE WILL BE AVAILABLE ON 30TH JULY, 2011 ONWARDS University Grants Commission invites applications for the award of 2000 fellowships for SC candidates and 667 fellowships for ST candidates for the year 2011-12 respectively under Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowships for SCs/STs to undertake advanced studies and research in Sciences, Engineering & Technology, Humanities and Social Sciences in Indian universities & colleges for pursuing full time studies leading to M.Phil/ Ph.D degree. This fellowship is applicable only for those SC/ST candidates who are not availing of the benefit of JRF of UGC-NET or UGC-CSIR NET.

Selections will be made on the basis of merit. The guidelines of the scheme, detailed terms and conditions of the fellowship, eligibility, state wise distribution of 2000 fellowships for SC candidates and 667 fellowships for ST candidates may be seen by logging in the UGC website at: (

The applications in the prescribed format may be submitted only through on-line mode latest by 30th August. 2011 (non-extendable) by logging in website:
The decision of the Commission with regard to selection of candidates for the award of fellowships shall be final.

1. Applications submitted only through online mode shall be entertained and no application submitted in hard copy shall be entertained or considered for award of fellowship under any circumstances whatsoever.

2. Record of the candidates, who have not been selected, shall not be preserved beyond three months from the date of declaration of results.
For more details:

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Fair & Lovely Foundation Scholarships 2011 for Women

Fair & Lovely Scholarships 2011

For Women across the country the new academic year brings new opportunities. The Fair & Lovely Foundation’s commitment to making these opportunities accessible to women from different walks of life stands resolute. The Fair & Lovely Foundation is now accepting applications for the next leg in our yearly scholarships for women. We have already empowered 1057 women across India and helped them fulfill their dreams. If you have a dream and the will to see it through, then this scholarship is for you too.

How to Apply:

To apply for the scholarships you can either download the application form and courier it to the below mentioned address or you can fill it online.

The downloaded form needs to be duly filled and couriered along with below mentioned documents to:

Fair & Lovely Foundation,
P.O.Box No. 11281, Marine Lines Post Office,
Mumbai 400 020.

Documents for Application:

* 1 attested photocopy of mark sheets and certificates.
* 2 passport size photographs.
* 1 attested photocopy of family income proof.
* 1 attested photocopy of admission proof.
* 1 copy of statement of purpose – which is an essay of not more than 250-300 words about yourself, your ambition in life and how you will achieve it. 

This scholarship is open only to those women who fulfill the below mentioned selection criteria:

* Secured a minimum of 60% in the 10th and 12th standard.
* Hold an Indian citizenship and want to pursue graduation, post-graduation and
PhD studies from Government Recognized Indian Universities only. Age is not a limitation to your candidacy.
* Last date for application is 20th Aug 2011. So hurry! Your dreams are waiting for you.

For more details visit :


List of Register Numbers of candidates selected provisionally for appointment by direct recruitment to the post of VILLAGE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER IN THE TAMIL NADU MINISTERIAL SERVICE, 2010 based on the results of the Written Examination held on 20.02.2011 (Published on 19.07.2011)


Friday, July 15, 2011

ISRO launches PSLV-C17/GSAT-12 Successfully

 ISRO successfully launched PSLV-C17 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota on Friday at around 4.48pm.

We congratulates ISRO  for successful Launch. 

Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C17), in its nineteenth flight, launches India's communication satellite GSAT-12 from the Second Launch Pad of Satish Dhawan Space Centre, SHAR, Sriharikota, India. PSLV-C17 measuring 44.5 m height, with a lift off weight of 320 tonnes has four stages of solid and liquid propulsion systems alternately. In its XL Version, PSLV-XL uses six extended solid strap-on motors wherein each strap-on carries 12 tonnes of solid propellant. This is a second time such a configuration is being flown, earlier one being the PSLV-C11/Chandrayaan-I mission.

Salient feature of PSLV-C17/GSAT-12 Mission:

  • For the first time, use of indigenously designed and developed On-Board computer (OBC) with Vikram 1601 processor in both primary and redundant chains of the vehicle. The OBC performs the functions of Navigation, Guidance and Control processing for the vehicle.
  • Use of extended solid strap-on configuration
  • Satellite injection in elliptical transfer orbit sub-Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO)
  • Five burn strategy (2 perigee burn and 3 apogee burn) for placing the GSAT-12 satellite from its sub-GTO to Geostationary Orbit

PSLV- C17 Stages at a Glance
Core Stage(PSI) + 6 Strap-on Motors
(HTPB Based)
(HTPB Based)
(MMH + MON-3)
Mass (Tonne)
138.0 (Core) + 6 x 12.0 (Strap-on)
Max Thrust (kN)
4703 (Core)
6 x 670(Strap-on)
7.3 x 2
Burn Time (sec)
107 (Core)
55 (Strap-on)
Stage Dia (m)
2.8 (Core)
1.0 (Strap-on)
Stage Length  (m)
20 (Core)
14.7 (Strap-on)

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Tuesday, July 12, 2011


INSTITUTE OF BANKING PERSONNEL SELECTION invites Online Applications from INDIAN citizens for Recruitment of Probationary Officers / Management Trainees in 19 Public Sector Banks.
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To Download CASH VOUCHER    Click here     

Candidates can apply online only from 09.07.2011 to 01.08.2011 and no other mode of application will be accepted.
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New Ministers List

   The Prime Minister has written to the President recommending that the following may be appointed as members of the Union Council of Ministers and has requested that the oath of office and secrecy be administered at 5.00pm on Tuesday.

The Prime Minister has recommended the following portfolios:

Cabinet Ministers:
V Kishore Chandra Deo: Tribal Affairs and Panchayati Raj
Beni Prasad Verma: Steel
Dinesh Trivedi: Railways
Jairam Ramesh: Rural Development
Vilasrao Deshmukh: Science and Technology and Earth Sciences
M Veerappa Moily: Corporate Affairs
Anand Sharma: Commerce and Industry; and additional charge of Textiles
Pawan Kumar Bansal: Parliamentary Affairs and additional charge of Water Resources
Salman Khursheed: Law and Justice and additional charge of Minority Affairs

Ministers of State (independent charge):
Srikant Jena: Statistics and Programme Implementation and Minister of State in the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilisers
Jayanthi Natarajan: Environment and Forests
Paban Singh Ghatowar: Development of North Eastern Region
Gurudas Kamat: Drinking Water and Sanitation.

Ministers of State:
Sudip Bandopadhyaya: Health and Family Welfare
Charan Das Mahant: Agriculture and Food Processing Industries
Jitendra Singh: Home Affairs
Milind Deora: Communications and Information Technology
Rajiv Shukla: Parliamentary Affairs
E Ahamed: External Affairs and Human Resource Development
V Narayanasamy: Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions; and Prime Minister's Office
Harish Rawat: Agriculture and Food Processing Industries; and Parliamentary Affairs
Mukul Roy: Shipping
Ashwani Kumar: Planning; Science and Technology and Earth Sciences.

List of ministers dropped from the Cabinet:
Dayanidhi Maran
Murli Deora
Shri BK Handique
Dr MS Gill
Kanti Lal Bhuria
A Sai Prathap
Arun S Yadav.

The Pulitzer Prizes 2011 Winners


Letters, Drama, and Music

A Visit from the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan (Alfred A.. Knopf)
Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris
The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery by Eric Foner (W.W. Norton & Company)
Biography or Autobiography
Washington : A Life by Ron Chernow (The Penguin Press)
The Best of It: New and Selected Poems by Kay Ryan (Grove/Atlantic)
General Nonfiction
The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer by Siddhartha Mukherjee (Scribner)
Madame White Snake by Zhou Long (Oxford University Press)

Special Citations

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Press Releases


Public Service
Los Angeles Times
Breaking News Reporting
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Investigative Reporting
Paige St. John of Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Explanatory Reporting
Mark Johnson, Kathleen Gallagher, Gary Porter, Lou Saldivar and Alison Sherwood of Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Local Reporting
Frank Main, Mark Konkol and John J. Kim of Chicago Sun-Times
National Reporting
Jesse Eisinger and Jake Bernstein of ProPublica
International Reporting
Clifford J. Levy and Ellen Barry of The New York Times
Feature Writing
Amy Ellis Nutt of The Star-Ledger, Newark, NJ
David Leonhardt of The New York Times
Sebastian Smee of The Boston Globe
Editorial Writing
Joseph Rago of The Wall Street Journal
Editorial Cartooning
Mike Keefe of The Denver Post
Breaking News Photography
Carol Guzy, Nikki Kahn and Ricky Carioti of The Washington Post
Feature Photography
Barbara Davidson of Los Angeles Times.


IMPORTANT DEADLINES:  Submission of full Papers: 30th August,2011 ||
Intimation of acceptance: 15thSeptember , 2011
             Final registration: 15thOctober , 2011 || 

About ICONSET-2011:
The International Conference on Nano Science, Engineering and Technology
(ICONSET) will be held at Sathyabama University, India, during Novemeber
28th-30th, 2011 in association with Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic
Research, Kalpakkam. The conference will provide an opportunity for
students, researchers, technologists and business leaders to exchange their
ideas about the current trends and recent developments in
nanoscience and nanotechnology.This international conference aims to
bring together innovative academicians, researchers and industrial experts in
the field of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology to a common forum for a
constructive dialog on theoretical concepts and practical ideas. Many experts
from the field of material science and Nanotechnology are the members of
advisory & technical committees, and they provide their rich experience in
organizing this conference.

HOW TO REACH Sathyabama University
ABOUT Chennai City

Monday, July 11, 2011


INSPIRE fellowship aims at enhancing research fellowships for doctoral studies and opening up partnerships with private sector for topping the Government's efforts in nurturing talents for scientific research. This scheme is applicable to Basic and Applied sciences as well as Medicine, Agriculture etc. with provision of multiple entries.
Final offer list:
Provisionally Selected Lists:

Who's Who of INDIA

Know more about the personalities holding the highest offices and important positions in Executive, Judiciary and Legislature in the country. View full profile by accessing Official's name and visit their website by accessing the image link.

President of India

Vice President of India

Prime Minister of India

Council of Ministers

Governors of Indian States

Chief Ministers of Indian States

Lt. Governors & Administrators of Indian Union Territories

Judges of Supreme Court

Chiefs of Defence Forces

Members of Parliament

State Legislative Assemblies

Source: National Portal Content Management Team, Last Reviewed on: 08-07-2011

Tamilnadu New Ministers List 2011

Council of Ministers

Selvi J Jayalalithaa
Chief Minister

Public, Indian Administrative Service, Indian Police Service, Indian Forest Service, General Administration, District Revenue Officers, Police, Home.
Thiru O. Panneerselvam
Minister for Finance
Finance, Planning, Legislative Assembly, Elections and Passports.
Thiru K.A. Sengottaiyan
Minister for Revenue

Revenue, District Revenue Establishment, Deputy Collectors, Weights and Measures, Debt Relief including legislation on Money lending, Chits, Registration of Companies.
Thiru. Natham R. Viswanathan
Minister for Electricity and Prohibition and Excise

,Non-Conventional Energy Development, Prohibition and Excise, Molasses.
Thiru K.P. Munusamy
Minister for Municipal Administration and Rural Development
Municipal Administration, Rural Development, Panchayats and Panchayat Unions, Poverty Alleviation Programmes, Rural Indebtedness, Urban and Rural Water Supply.
Thiru R. Vaithilingam
Minister for Housing and Urban Development
Housing, Rural Housing and Housing Development, Slum Clearance Board and Accommodation Control, Town Planning, Urban Development and Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority
Tmt B. Valarmathi
Minister for Social Welfare
Social Welfare including Women's and Children's Welfare, Orphanages and Correctional Administration, Integrated Child Development and Beggar Homes, Welfare of the Differently abled and Social Reforms.
Thiru P Palaniappan
Minister for Higher Education 
Higher Education including Technical Education, Electronics, Science and Technology.
Thiru C.Ve Shanmugam
Minister for Commercial Taxes and Registration, Law, Courts and Prisons 
Commercial Taxes and Registration and Stamp Act, Law, Courts and Prisons, Personnel and Administrative Reforms and Prevention of Corruption
Thiru S Damodaran
Minister for Agriculture
Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering, Agro Service Cooperatives, Horticulture, Sugarcane Cess, Sugarcane Development and Waste Land Development.
Thiru Sellur K Raju
Minister for Cooperation 
Cooperation,  Statistics        and Ex-Servicemen Welfare
Thiru K.T Pachamal
Minister for Forests
Forests and Cinchona.
Thiru Edappadi K Palaniswami
Minister for Highways & Minor Ports
Highways and Minor Ports.
Thiru R Kamaraj
Minister for Food
Food, Civil Supplies, Consumer Protection and Price Control.
Thiru V Moorthy
Minister for Milk and Dairy Development
Thiru M.C Sampath
Minister for Rural Industries and Nutritious Noon Meal
Rural Industries including Cottage Industries and Small Industries and Nutritious Noon Meal.
Thiru K.V Ramalingam
Minister for Public Works
Public Works , Irrigation including Minor Irrigation, Programme Works
Thiru T.K.M Chinnayya
Minister for Animal Husbandry
Thiru P. Thangamani
Minister for Industries

, Steel Control, Mines and Minerals, and Special Initiatives 
Dr. S. Sundararaj
Minister for Handlooms and Textiles
Thiru P. Chendur Pandian
Minister for Khadi and Village Industries
Khadi and Village Industries Board, Bhoothan and Gramadhan.
Tmt S Gokula Indira
Minister for Tourism
Tourism, Tourism Development Corporation.
Thiru B.V Ramanaa
Minister for Environment
Environment and Pollution Control
Thiru N Subramanian
Minister for Adi Dravidar and Tribal Welfare 
Adi Dravidar Welfare, Hill Tribes and  Bonded Labour.
Thiru V Senthil Balaji
Minister for Transport
Transport, Nationalised Transport, Motor Vehicles Act.
Thiru K.A Jayapal
Minister for Fisheries
Fisheries and Fisheries Development Corporation
Thiru N.R Sivapathy
Minister for School Education and Sports and Youth Welfare
School Education and Archaeology, Sports and Youth Welfare, Tamil Official Language and Tamil Culture
Mukkur Thiru N. Subramanian
Minister for Information Technology
Thiru K T Rajenthra Balaji
Minister for Information, Special Programme Implementation
Information and Publicity, Film Technology and Cinematograph Act, Stationery and Printing and Government Press, Implementation of Special Programmes including implemenation of the Election manifesto.
Thiru S.T Chellapandian
Minister for Labour
Labour, Population, Employment and Training,   Newsprint Control, Census and Urban and Rural Employment.
Dr. V.S Vijay
Minister for Health 
Health, Medical Education and Family Welfare.
Thiru A Mohammedjan
Minister for Backward Classes and Minorities Welfare
Backward Classes, Most Backward Classes and Denotified Communities, Overseas Indians, Refugees & Evacuees and Minorities including Wakf.
Thiru M.S.M Anandan
Minister for HR & CE
Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments (HR & CE)



Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
School of Physics
Bharathidasan University,
Tiruchirappalli -24

Advertisement for JRF position – DST SR/NM/NS – 77/2008
Applications are invited for a Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) position to work in the Department of Science and Technology (DST) sponsored research project at the Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, School of Physics, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli -620 024.

Title of the Project: “Fabrication and Characterization of One dimensional
Semiconductor Nanostructures”

Duration : 18 months
Designation : JRF
Fellowship : Rs. 16,000+HRA/- for NET/GATE

Qualifications : M.Sc Physics/Applied Physics/Materials Science/Chemistry/
PG Nanotechnology or related subject with at least 55%
(NET/GATE qualified candidates preferable)

Application should be made on plain paper, giving Name, Address, Parent's names, telephone no., e-mail address, date of birth, a recent photograph, details of academic qualifications (from class 10th onwards, with copies of all mark-sheets/ certificates, etc.) and a brief write up on previous research experience, if any. Applications should reach the undersigned on or before 18th July, 2011.

Note: No TA/DA will be paid for attending interview. The post is purely temporary and co-terminus with the project. For Non-GATE candidates Rs. 12,000/- will be fixed. 

Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
School of Physics, Bharathidasan University,
Tiruchirappalli – 620 024

Tamil Nadu.

Courtesy: N.Ananth M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Thursday, July 7, 2011