Monday, May 28, 2012

SET results announced

Results of the State Eligibility Test (SET) April 2011 of the University Grants Commission, conducted by Bharathiar University, which is the nodal centre, were published onMay 24, 201.

Out of the 41,164 who appeared, 1,396 candidates passed the test. This is 3.39 per cent of the total pass percentage, according to a release from the university. A total of 50,629 had applied for the test.

Out of the 1,396, 100 belong to the general category, 799 from Backward Classes/ physically challenged/ visually challenged, and 398 from Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes.

As many as 673 candidates cleared the Tamil paper, 213 cleared the English paper and 194 the management paper. 

No candidate from the chemical sciences, geography, Hindi, library and information sciences, mathematical sciences, and physical sciences, cleared the test.
However, those who had chosen bio-technology, economics, physical education, journalism and mass communication, had performed better than the previous tests.
“The pass percentages in 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008 were 0.68 per cent, 0.85 per cent, 2.20 per cent and 2.19 per cent respectively. This year there is a laudable improvement,” Vice-Chancellor C. Swaminathan said.
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Thursday, May 24, 2012

epiSTEME 5: Fifth International Conference to review research on Science,Technology and Mathematics Education

  • Dates: 7 - 11 January 2013
  • Venue: Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (TIFR), Mumbai, India
  • Title: Fifth International Conference to review research on Science,Technology and Mathematics Education
  • Website:

The Conference, epiSTEME-5, is the fifth in a series of biennial conferences aimed at reviewing research conducted world-wide in science, technology and mathematics education. It is being organised by the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, a National Centre of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India.
Science, technology and mathematics education (STME) have, in recent decades, emerged as lively new research areas. This research, inspired by issues of learning and teaching, has clear uniting themes in the cognitive, pedagogical, historical, philosophical and socio-cultural aspects of the sciences. The epiSTEME conferences occupy a unique position among conferences and bring together researchers in these foundational areas as well as from the domains of science, design and technology and mathematics education. Conference epiSTEME-5 continues this tradition of interdisciplinary exchange.
The name epiSTEME connotes, at one level, a systematic study of knowledge, while as an acronym it suggests a meta-view of science, technology and mathematics education. The previous epiSTEME conferences, episteme-1 in 2004, episteme-2 in 2007, episteme-3 2009 and episteme-4 in 2011, have catalyzed collaborative programmes among researchers and educational practitioners in India and abroad. Within India, they have helped to initiate and foster linkages between theory, empirical research and the activities of grassroot organizations.
This time, we are also co-hosting the 20th International Conference on Conceptual Structures (ICCS), from January 10-12, 2013. The special theme for this year will be “Conceptual Structures for Education Research”. We plan to organize one day of common sessions to facilitate exchange of ideas addressing the two research communities during the epiSTEME 5.

Structure of the conference

Four broad strands of research that impact STME will form the core of epiSTEME-5. Themes have been identified under each strand to reflect active research topics and areas of interest. Leading scholars will be invited to give overviews of some of the themes within each strand. Paper and poster sessions will complement the review talks. Pre- and post- conference workshops are being planned, the details of which will be announced later on the conference website. The strands and proposed themes are:

Strand 1. Historical, philosophical and socio-cultural studies of STM implications for education

  • History and Philosophy of STM
  • Socio-cultural and gender issues in STM
  • Science and Technology Studies
  • Public understanding of and participation in STM

Strand 2. Cognitive and affective studies of STME

  • Visuo-spatial thinking
  • Knowledge representation and Conceptual Structures
  • Language and learning
  • Problem solving, learning and reasoning
  • Model based reasoning

Strand 3. Curriculum and pedagogical studies in STM

  • Assessment and evaluation
  • Classroom interaction and discourse
  • Affective aspects of learning
  • Teacher professional development
  • Educational initiatives and innovations

Strand 4: Information and Communication Technologies in STME

  • Open Education Resources
  • Online and asynchronous learning
  • Visualization of models and data
  • Open and Citizen science initiatives

Invited Review Speakers (confirmed)

  • Chun-Yen CHANG, NTNU, Taiwan
  • Sugra Chunawala, Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, TIFR, India
  • Sibel Erduran, Bristol University, UK
  • Mansoor Niaz, Universidad de Oriente, Venezuela
  • Vinod Raina, co founder Eklavya, and Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti
  • Michael Reiss, Institute of Education, University of London, UK
  • Mark Sanders, Virginia Tech, USA
  • Yoshinori Shimizu, University of Tsukuba, Japan
  • Dana Zeidler, University of South Florida, USA
Please revisit the  conference website for updated confirmed list of invited review speakers and further updates.

Call for Papers

Papers are invited on the strands and themes listed above. The themes suggested are not exhaustive. (If you are in doubt, do write to the convener for clarification.)
Submissions can be made online in the form of full papers of 6-8 pages in length (maximum of 8 pages including references). Details and a template for submission may be downloaded from the conference webpage.
All submissions go through a double-blind review process. Accepted papers are published in the Conference Proceedings which would be distributed during the conference and can also be downloaded from the conference website. Review talks along with the discussions will be published in a series of volumes called The epiSTEME Reviews after the conference.
To enable a blind review process, authors' names, contact details and title of the paper must be provided separately, and must not be included in the papers. There are two modes of presentation at the Conference: Oral and Poster. The academic committee will assign accepted submissions to one of the two modes of presentation. Authors may indicate their preference for the mode of presentation at the time of submission.


Conference registration will start in September 2012.
Meanwhile please create an online registration so that you will receive updates of the conference information from time to time.

Conference registration fee

Participants from Institutions within the subcontinent

(including India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and the Maldives )

Regular:INR 5000
Student:INR 2500

Participants from Institutions outside the subcontinent

Regular:USD 500
Student:USD 250

Important Dates

  • Deadline for Submission of full paper: May 14, 2012
  • Notification of acceptance: July 14, 2012
  • Submission of revised final paper: September 15, 2012
  • Registration: September 1 - November 15, 2012
  • Dates of conference: January 7-11, 2013

Academic Committee

  • S. C. Agarkar
  • Sanjay Chandrasekharan
  • Sugra Chunawala
  • Prithwijit De
  • Savita Ladage
  • G. Nagarjuna (Convener)
  • Chitra Natarajan
  • Jayashree Ramadas (Chair)
  • Vijay Singh
  • K. Subramaniam

Local Organizing Committee

  • Madhavi Gaitonde
  • Savita Ladage
  • G. Nagarjuna (Convener)
  • Manoj Nair
  • Chitra Natarajan
  • Ebie M. Sam
  • K. Subramaniam
  • Aniket Sule




Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
V.N. Purav Marg, Mankhurd
Mumbai 400088 INDIA
Pin: 400088

Conference Home page

Please check updates from the conference home page:

Phone: 091-22-25072224

Fax: 091-22-25566507

INSPIRE Fellowship Results

Ministry of Science & Technology

Department of Science & Technology (DST)
Innovation   in   Science   Pursuit   for   Inspired   Research (INSPIRE)
This is the final offer list of INSPIRE Fellows who are eligible to receive INSPIRE Fellowship under INSPIRE Program of DST. Students, who are First Rank holders in the University/Academic Institute Examination and have already taken admission in the PhD Program in a recognized University/Academic Institution in the country are listed here.

As per Fellowship Guidelines, DST is now taking appropriate action for releasing the Fellowships alongwith Contingencies to these Fellows through their host University/Academic Institution. 

Final Offer List 2010-11


Tamil Nadu State Eligibility Test (SET) 2011 Results

Type your Register Number and Click 'Result'.

To View SET - 2011 Examinations Results Click Here.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Tamilnadu Plus two Result

            +2 தேர்வு முடிவுகள்

Government of Tamil Nadu
Directorate of Government Examinations
HSC Examination Results  - March 2012

The results are available at the following website

Result by SMS : Send "tnboard12<blank>regno,date_of_birth" to :   0928223258 (or) +919282232585
(date_of_birth in DD/MM/YYYY format only )
Example:  Send  “tnboard12 123456,01/04/1995”  to  0928223258  where six digit Regno is ‘123456’ and DOB is ‘01/04/1995

Enter Register Number

தேர்வு எண் :

சென்னை: தமிழகம் முழுவதும் நடந்து முடிந்து பிளஸ் 2 தேர்வு முடிவுகள் இன்று காலை வெளியானது. இந்த முடிவின்படி நாமக்கல்லை சேர்ந்த மாணவி சுஸ்மிதா முதலிடத்தையும், 2 வது , 3 வது இடத்தையும் நாமக்கல் மாவட்ட மாணவிகளே பிடித்தனர். தேர்வு முடிவை தேர்வுத்துறை இயக்குநர் வசுந்தரா தேவி வெளியிட்டார்.

கடந்த மார்ச் மாதம் 8ம் தேதி துவங்கிய இந்த தேர்வில் 7 லட்சத்து 60 ஆயிரத்து 975 மாணவ, மாணவிகள் எழுதினர். முடிவுகள் அந்தந்த பள்ளிகளிலும் ஒட்டப்பட்டன. வெற்றி பெற்ற மகிழ்ச்சியில் மாணவ, மாணவிகள் ஒருவருக்கொருவர் கை குலுக்கி வாழ்த்து தெரிவித்து கொண்டனர்.

முதல் 3 இடங்களை பிடித்தவர்கள்: முதல் ரேங்க், சுஸ்மிதா ( 1189 மார்க்குகள்) எஸ்.கே.பி., மேல்நிலைப்பள்ளி , நாமக்கல், இரண்டாமிடம் ; கார்த்திகா, அசோக்குமார், மணிகண்டன் ஆகிய 3 பேரும் 2 ம் இடத்தை பிடித்துள்ளனர், நாமக்கல், 3 ம் இடத்தை 2 பேர் பிடித்துள்ளனர். முதல் 3 இடங்களையும் மொத்தமாக நாமக்கல் மாவட்டம் அள்ளியது.
Source: Dinamalar.

Friday, May 18, 2012


RGNIYD announcement of Rajiv Gandhi Youth Leadership Internship Programme (RGYLIP) 2012 (Summer) (01st June 2012 – 30th June 2012)
The Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD), the premier national training institute for the youth, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports,Government of India and a deemed university exclusively focuses on holistic development of youth of the country through an array of training and innovative  post-graduate programmes.  Since India  by virtue of its burgeoning youth population,  is in the process of reaping the benefits of the demographic dividend, the RGNIYD in consonance with its agenda of youth development strives to facilitate the same.
As part of its consistent pursuance of the goal of youth empowerment the RGNIYD is organising an internship programme 'Rajiv Gandhi Youth Leadership Internship Programme (RGYLIP)' for the first time.  The internship endeavors to expose the youth to a range of branches of knowledge, skills and field experiences and enable them to develop leadership qualities which would result in strengthening their commitment to the task of Nation building.  The programme is of one month duration (1st June to 30th June 2012).
Objectives of the Programme:
The internship aims :
  • To provide the interns with genuine social experience.
  • To expose them to the ground realities in the midst of the society.
  • To enable them to enhance their leadership potential
  • To connect them to the community processes and developmental issues
  • To provide them with critical insights on social issues like gender discrimination, education, unemployment etc.,
  • To provide suitable framework which would help the interns from diverse academic backgrounds to judiciously combine them theoretical knowledge and assignments
  • To provide inputs that make them feel that the internship is a life changing experience
  • To enable the interns to gain self awareness and self motivation
  • To enable them to develop professionalism and emerge as a good leader
Students pursuing post-graduate courses (regular mode) from all over the country are eligible for internship. Students who have passed out or completed Master's degree are not eligible.
Students enrolled in technical courses like B.Sc (Agri), B.E, MBBS, 5 Years LLB and equivalent course can apply if they are in the fourth & fifth years of study.

Application Procedure:
The application has to be filled  and sent online along with the attachment of scanned copy of the endorsement of the same  by the Principal/Head of the institution.
Medium of instruction : English
Hospitality and Travel Grant
Local hospitality including boarding and lodging will be provided of by the RGNIYD.  The  internship is free of cost and the travel expenditure (IInd class sleeper or equivalent ) of the interns by shortest route will be reimbursed  on production of ticket.

The major criterion of selection will be based on the write up, 'How am I eligible for the Youth Leadership Internship Programme?' , by the prospective interns.  They will be awarded certificates on successful completion of the internship.
Sessions / Content Delivery 
The programme will offer a meticulously designed syllabi for training and lecture sessions. The subjects/ topics are in tune with the contemporary situation and based on informed research and  pressing youth concerns / problems. Youth issues are given paramount importance while selecting the topics and the knowledge acquired in these areas will expectedly contribute to the empowerment of youth.    Due care has been taken to judiciously combine, lecture, discussion and interactive methods for content delivery.  On completion of internship, the interns would be able to gain comprehensive knowledge and conceptual clarity about social issues, honing their skills, acquire new competencies and internalize a sense of empowerment.  The programme will help them enhance their leadership potential, realize their best selves and effect a strong connect between them and the larger society. The internship will be an educative as well as rewarding experience for the interns.

Sessions / Lectures will be in the following areas.

Youth Issues
  •   Youth Issues
  •   Youth Programmes
  •   Youth Policy
  •   Youth situation in various states
  •   Youth culture / media
  •   Sports and Health
  •   Food and Nutrition
  •   Adolescent Issues
  •   Employment
  •   Entreprenaurship
Environment and Society
  • Environment and Pollution
  • Water conservation
  • Sustainable Development
  • Urban Problems
  • Demography
  • Optimum Utilization of resource base.
  • Human Resource Development
  • Disaster management (Reports and statistics)
Gender Issues
  • Gender Inequality/ Discrimination
  • Gender issues
  • Women and Development
Polity and Economy
  • Constitution of India
  • Architects of Modern India
  • Citizenship
  • Panchayatiraj Institution
  • District Administration / Planning
  • Agriculture
  • Development Indicators
  • Economic reforms / industries
  • Human Rights / Child Rights / Geriatric Issues
  • Poverty/ Livelihood Issues
Social Exclusion / Inclusive Policy
  • Problems of SC/ST minorities / Ethnic Groups / Disadvantaged sections
  • Affirmative action
  • Reform Movements.
  • Human Development Reports
  • Globalisation
  • Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and Status of India
  • Models of Development
  • Education and Society
  • Cultural Heritage / monuments
  • Project Planning
  • Communication / Learning skills
  • Social skills / Life skills
  • Personality Development
  • Employment / Livelihood
  • Leadership
  • Management
  • Counseling
  • Career Planning
  • Community organization
  • Participatory Planning
  • Working with Groups.
Rules and Regulations
  • The interns have to  register themselves on the date of arrival at the RGNIYD at Sriperumbudur.
  • They will have to attend/participate in all the sessions/programmes/activities  regularly without break.
  • Leave is not  allowed.
  • Discontinuation will lead to remittance of the amount spent on the intern till the date of leaving.
  • The selected interns should bring all the testimonial like  attested photo copies of mark sheets, certificates .
Facilities and extra-curricular activities:
The institute has good facilities and hence the stay of the interns will be made as comfortable as possible . The interns will have to participate in games and sports compulsorily .  They will be given free access to library facilities and computer network.
  • Final list will be displayed in the website and intimated to the selected interns by email. 
  • Selected interns should bring two passport size photographs.
  • The interns will not be allowed to keep their friends and relatives beyond 1.06.2012.  Parents/Guardians who accompany the interns to Sriperumbudur will have to leave by the evening of 1.06.2012.
  • Hospitality extended to them shall be charged. 
For all details you may contact:
Dr. K. Sekhar
RGYLIP Co-ordinator
Faculty Head
SHANU Division
Mobile: 8015392816  Landline: 044-27163860
email id:

Important dates:
Last Date for receipt of application 18 May 2012
Intimation to the selected interns through phone and email By 21 May 2012
Date of reporting 31 May 2012 or 01 June 2012 before 8 a.m.
Registration and Inauguration 01 June 2012
Valediction 30 June 2012

Features of the internship
  • Classroom sessions and tutorials
  • Personality development programme
  • Syndicate group work
  • Project work (individual & group)
  • Book review
  • Group Discussion
  • Film appreciation (youth related issues)
  • Field visits to village panchayats /Industries.
  • Visit to the places of historical/cultural importance.
  • Shramdan and voluntary work
  • Sensitization on social issues/ visits to slums, tribal villages, old age homes and  juvenile homes etc.
  • Presentation on state of youth of different states
  • Cultural performances
Note :
  • The Application has to be filled and sent online and the attachment of scanned copy of the endorsement of the same by the principal / Head of the Institution should be sent through E-mail. The E-mail ID is . A copy of the filled in online application  duly attested by the principal / HOD should also be submitted at the time of registration at the RGNIYD, Sriperumbudur, Chennai.
  • Student Pursuing Course through Distance Mode are not eligible for Internship Programme.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Registration status - CSIR-UGC NET Exam scheduled on 17th June, 2012

Human Resource Development Group

Council of Scientific & Industrial Research
CSIR Complex, Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi - 110 012 India

Registration status of candidates for the Joint CSIR-UGC NET Examination scheduled on
SUNDAY 17th June, 2012

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Applied through On-Line Application

Note : For any examination related queries please contact: Tele Fax: 011-25843305 EPABX Lines: 011-25841582, 011-25841492,011-25842493 Extn: 132, 413, 451, 452 E-mail address:

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Rail Info on SMS

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    Pondicherry University Entrance Exam previous years Question Papers

    Pondicherry University Entrance Exam previous years Physics question papers

    1   Physics - M.Phil./Ph.D 2011
    2   Physics - M.Sc. 2011
    3   Physics - M.Sc. (Integ.) 2011
    4   Physics - M.Phil./Ph.D 2010
    5   Physics - M.Sc. (Integ.) 2010
    6   Physics - M.Sc. 2010


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