Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Notice for 8339 teaching jobs at Kendriya Vidyalaya released

NEW DELHI: Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) has issued a notified for recruiting 8339 Principal, TGT, PGT, PRT, Librarian and Vice-Principal posts. 

Interested and eligible candidates can apply online through the official website (http://kvsangathan.nic.in) starting from August 24, 2018 to September 13, 2018. 


OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENT 

Delhi government needs 7000 Field Surveyors; apply @ des.delhigovt.nic.in

NEW DELHI: Delhi government has invited application for the post of Field Surveyor for the Planning Department from graduates having smart phones. 

The field work for collection of data will be carried out during October-November, 2018. For this work Delhi Govt needs around 7000 Field Surveyors. 

Candidates can apply through the Delhi government official website http://des.delhigovt.nic.in by August 31, 2018. 
The application is invited from Graduates/retired teachers/retired govt. officials/ civil Defense volunteers etc, who are willing to work as Field Surveyors on short term basis for collection of household data can apply for the same. 


The planning department of government of NCT of Delhi is to take up the work for updation/collection of household data in Delhi on key socio-economic parameters in the field of Education, health, Employment, Income, Socio-economic vulnerability etc on real time basis through Directorate of Economic and statistics. 


Qualification: Minimum Educational Qualification for applying as Field Surveyor is Graduation and candidate should possess smart phone for filling of e-Schedule and proficiency to type in English in mobile application. 


Monday, August 13, 2018

Is enrolling graduates directly to PhD a wise move

IIMs plan to take graduates directly into their PhD programmes, which will benefit research. Would this create more researchers or decline quality of research.

There should be no distinction

In reality, we are seeking no change with respect to the substantive aspects of our programme. Our Fellow Programme in Management (for which we want to award the PhD) has always admitted those who have done professional courses or four-year bachelor’s degree, along with those who have done their master’s. This has always benefitted our research quality. However, the ministry needs to give a clear mandate on this. Such a clarification from the Ministry will benefit the research students.

G Raghuram, director, IIM Bangalore

I am still a student, says 78-year-old at JNU convocation

Vishnu Swaroop Saksena, 78, was conferred with a PhD degree at JNU's second convocation. He enrolled at JNU after retirement in 2008 for a Master's course. 

Saksena begin his research 'the trail of two ancient scripts - Brahmi and Kharoshti' in 2012. 


"As a student I welcome the move of convocation as it gives us a platform to receive degrees formally. It was my first ever degree as I could not receive my Bachelor's degree," said Saksena.


Studying at an age of retirement was fun for him. "I enjoyed talking to people and reaching grassroots during my research. It provided me with first hand information on ancient history," he says.

Yoga departments in every central university soon: Curriculum by Modi's yoga trainer

Yoga is no more going to be just another vocational programme. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has approved a curriculum that will incorporated into the mainstream education. The curriculum for Yoga has been crafted by a committee appointed by the ministry of HRD and chaired by HR Nagendra, chancellor, Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana, Bengaluru (S-VYASA) who previously PM Modi's Yoga consultant. 

The newly designed curriculum not only includes the courses for students, but also certification programmes for teachers.

"We have been working on designing the curriculum for the last two years. Academicians including vice chancellors, yoga practitioners from educational institutions have crafted curriculum, which was submitted to MHRD," says Nagendra.

How to choose the right course and university in India or abroad

Planning for higher studies in India or abroad. In either case, one must judiciously pick the right course.

With increased emphasis on quality higher education in average Indian households, deciding the right programme, university and specialisation should be the topmost priority for students and their parents.

Before zeroing on a course and deciding a university in India or abroad, it is important get a few crucial questions answered objectively.

According to academician, Rajiv Ganjoo, co-founder Leverage Edu, a student must keep tab on the following questions-

1. Who am I?

Knowing oneself is the most critical exercise that should never be ignored. One should not fall for peer pressure. Just because someone else has moved to a particular university/college/course, you should not take a plunge. Self-introspect and deconstruct the profile basis academic rigor, subjective factors (achieved through work experiences/Internships etc.) preferences/interests, strength’s/ weaknesses and the knowledge of the subject.

2. What do I want to do after my education?

This is where most people fail and take uninformed decision. Get expert counselling for plausible directions. Historically people romanticize with the names of the courses and just apply without understanding whether the program allows oneself to get the learning opportunity and the flexibility to reach the ultimate calling.


3. Ask why?


Analysing the potential and having goal clarity will help in taking an informed decision while shortlisting the options. It is advised to re-validate the options by answering the relevant question such as why MBA/MS/UG from a particular school is important. This will allow students/parents to take an informed decision of getting the applications submitted before the deadlines.


4. Do I have the finances?

Education is not cheap, especially when you want to study abroad. Scholarships are the most common and well-known financial form of aid. Do a thorough research on the scholarships/ fellowships that you can avail to fund your studies.


The opportunities are many as there are government scholarships; need based scholarships, sports scholarships, etc. Student loan is another option. Keep in mind that choosing the right programme for your future growth will be vital in paying back the loans.

Saturday, August 4, 2018

Campus Placement Drive with “Get Hired Services India” for IGNOU students on August 9 2018 at IGNOU Campus


The Campus Placement Cell (Cell) in association with Regional Centres of Delhi NCR is organizing Campus Placement Drive on August 9, 2018 (Thursday) at Baba Saheb Ambedkar Convention Centre, IGNOU Campus, New Delhi–110 068.   The drive will be organized for the following companies: (i) Reliance Life Insurance, (ii) Aegon Life Insurance  (iii)  Radical Minds Technologies. The salary for the offered positions is between 1.8 to 3.5 LPA.   
The Placement Drive has been targeted for the students as per details given below:
All the Final year students registered in, January 2017, July 2017, and January 2018 sessions from the following UG programmes:

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) 
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.)
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Bachelor of Social Works (BSW)
Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)
Bachelor of Tourism Studies (BTS)
All fresh and RR students registered in January, 2017,   July, 2017, and January 2018 in sessions from the following PG programmes:

Master of Arts (History) – MAH
Master of Arts (Political Science) – MPS
Master of Arts (English) – MEG
Master of Arts (Public Administration) – MPA
Master of Computer Application – MCA
Master of Arts (Tourism Management) – MTM
Master of Commerce – M.Com, and
Master of Social Work – MSW
- Job Description to be uploaded on IGNOU website
As per past practice, the students are to be intimated about the event through e-mail by the respective LSCs.  In this regard, the text of the SMS already sent to Students, as finalized, is as below:
(To be sent to all students for January 2017, July 2017 and January 2018 sessions from the programmes mentioned above)

CPC, IGNOU Announces Campus Placement Drive on August 9, 2018 at 10.00 a.m. at Convention Centre, IGNOU Campus, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi- 110068 for 
Reliance Life Insurance, Aegon Life Insurance, and Radical Minds Technologies.   The salary for the offered positions is between 1.8 to 3.5 LPA.  If you have good communication skills, please come with your latest CV. In case of any query, contact: Mr. Vishal Raina +91 9953324929 and MS. Reena Sharma (29571114) or email at gethiredservicesindia@gmail.com. For more details, visit www.ignou.ac.in 
In this regard, it is requested that the inform to all eligible learners. The JD for the positions will also be uploaded on IGNOU website shortly. The information about the drive may also be Display on LSCs NOTICE BOARD.

With regards,

(Dr Jayashree Kurup)
Regional Director
IGNOU Regional Centre, Delhi-I
J-2/1, Block B-1
Mohan Cooperative Industrial Estate
Mathura Road, New Delhi - 110044
Ph. 011-26990082, 26990083. Fax: 011-26990084

Gyan Darshan live Teleconferencing schedule, August, 2018


GYAN DARSHAN
Live Interactive Sessions for the month of August, 2018                          4.00-5.00 PM

Date
Time slot
School
Topic
Expert
01-08-18
Wednesday
4:00-4:30


4:30-5:00
School of Management (SOMS)

School of Management (SOMS)
Finance Area


Finance Area

Dr. Anjali Ramteke


Dr. Anjali Ramteke

02-08-18
Thursday
4:00-4:30


4:30-5:00
School of Continuing Education (SOCE)

School of Continuing Education (SOCE)
Importance & Scope of Event Management

PESA, 1996 and Its Implementation
Dr. Heena K. Bijli


Dr. Gurupada Saren
03-08-18
Friday
4:00-4:30



4:30-5:00
School of Computer & Information Sciences (SOCIS)

School of Computer & Information Sciences (SOCIS)
Some Problem Solving Algorithms


Evaluation of Cloud Computing

Mr. Akshay Kumar
Mr. M. P. Mishra


Dr. V.V. Subramanyam

04-08-18
Saturday
No Live
No Live
No Live
No Live
05-08-18
Sunday
No Live
No Live
No Live
No Live
06-08-18
Monday
4:00-4:30




4:30-5:00
School of Inter-Disciplinary & Trans-Disciplinary Studies (SOITS)

School of Inter-Disciplinary & Trans-Disciplinary Studies (SOITS)
India’s Natinal Action Plan on Climate Change



Anthropogenic Climate Change
Dr. V. Venkat Ramanan



Dr. Y.S.C. Khuman
07-08-18
Tuesday
4:00-4:30


4:30-5:00
School of Management Studies (SOMS)

School of Agriculture
Types of Business: Industry

Indian Agricultural Development

Dr. Subodh Kesarwani

D. P.K. Jain

08-08-18
Wednesday

4:00-4:30



4:30-5:00
School of Computer & Information Sciences (SOCIS)

School of Computer & Information Sciences (SOCIS)

Statistical Techniques for Data Analysis


Data Protection
Dr. Sudhansh Sharma


Dr. P.V. Suresh


09-08-18
Thursday
4:00-4:30


4:30-5:00
School of Engineering & Technology (SOET)

School of Engineering & Technology (SOET)
Future Scenario of Energy of Our Country

Future Scenario of Energy of Our Country
Prof. Subhasish Maji

Dr. N. Venkateshwarlu
10-08-18
Friday

4:00-4:30


4:30-5:00
School of Health Science (SOHS)

School of Health Science (SOHS)
Post Basic BSc. Nursing. (BSCN PB) 1st Year

Post Basic BSc. Nursing. (BSCN PB)  1st Year
Prof. Pity Koul


Prof. Pity Koul
11-08-18
Saturday
No Live
No Live
No Live
No Live
12-08-18
Sunday
No Live
No Live
No Live
No Live
13-08-18
Monday
4:00-4:30


4:30-5:00
School of Foreign Languages (SOFL)

School of Foreign Languages (SOFL)
Certificate in Korean Languages & Culture

Certificate in Japanese Language
Mr. Shivaji Bhaskar
Ms. Meera Kwak

Mr. Shivaji Bhaskar
Mr. Khanjan
14-08-18
Tuesday
4:00-4:30

4:30-5:00
School of Science (SOS)

School of Science (SOS)
Chemical Kinetics- 3

Chemical Kinetics-4
Prof. Sanjiv Kumar

Prof. Sanjiv Kumar
15-08-18
Wednesday
Holiday
Holiday

Holiday

Holiday

16-08-18
Thursday
4:00-4:30




4:30-5:00
School of Inter-Disciplinary & Trans-Disciplinary Studies (SOITS)

School of Inter-Disciplinary & Trans-Disciplinary Studies (SOITS)
Green Chemistry




Waste Bioremediation



Dr. R. Rupini
Dr. Shachi Sha



Dr. Shachi Sha
Dr. R. Rupini

17-08-18
Friday
4:00-4:30


4:30-5:00
School of Health Science (SOHS)

School of Health Science (SOHS)
Post basic BSc. Nursing. (BSCN PB) 2nd Year

Post basic BSc. Nursing. (BSCN PB) 2nd Year
Prof. Pity Koul


Prof. Pity Koul
18-08-18
Saturday
No Live
No Live
No Live
No Live
19-08-18
Sunday
No Live
No Live
No Live
No Live
20-08-18
Monday
4:00-4:30

4:30-5:00
SOL

SOL
PGDIPR

DIPP – Law of Business Enterprises
Dr. Suneet K. Srivastava
Dr. Anand Gupta
21-08-18
Tuesday
4:00-4:30



4:30-5:00
School of Translation Studies & Training (SOTST)

School of Translation Studies & Training (SOTST)
Translation & Translation Studies


Translation & Translation Studies
Dr. Jagdish Sharma,
Dr. Rajendra Prasad Pandey

Dr. Harish
K. R. Sethi
22-08-18
Wednesday
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
23-08-18
Thursday

4:00-4:30


4:30-5:00
School of Agriculture (SOA)

School of Agriculture (SOA)
Clean Milk Production (BPVI-011)

Introduction to Poultry Farming 9OLP-001)
Dr. M. K. Salooja


Dr. M. K. Salooja
24-08-18
Friday
4:00-4:30


4:30-5:00
School of Health Science (SOHS)

School of Health Science (SOHS)
Post Basic BSc. Nursing. (BSCN PB) 3rd Year

Post Basic BSc. Nursing. (BSCN PB) 3rd Year
Prof. Pity Koul


Prof. Pity Koul
25-08-18
Saturday
No Live
No Live
No Live
No Live
26-08-18
Sunday
No Live
No Live
No Live
No Live
27-08-18
Monday
4:00-4:30




4:30-5:00
School of Inter-Disciplinary & Trans-Disciplinary Studies (SOITS)

School of Inter-Disciplinary & Trans-Disciplinary Studies (SOITS)
A Biography of Rishi Aurobindo



Disability : An Interdisciplinary Domain
Dr. Shubhangi Vaidya



Prof. Nandini Sinha Kapur
28-08-18
Tuesday
4:00-4:30



4:30-5:00
School of Social Wok (SOSW)


School of Social Wok (SOSW)
Fieldwork in MSW Programme


Fieldwork in MSW Programme
Dr. Rose Nembiakkim
Dr. Saumya

Dr. Rose Nembiakkim
Dr. Saumya
29-08-18
Wednesday
4:00-4:30


4:30-5:00
School of Education (SOE)

School of Education (SOE)

Understanding Disciplines and Subject

About the PGDET Programme
Dr. Niradhar Dey , Mr. Ajith Kumar C.

Dr. Sutapa bose, Mr. Ajith Kumar C
30-08-18
Thursday
4:00-4:30


4:30-5:00
School of Science (SOS)

School of Science (SOS)

Application of Differential Calculus

Application of Integral Calculus
Dr. Deepika Garg & Mr. Pawan Kumar

Dr. Deepika Garg & Mr. Pawan Kumar
31-08-18
Friday
4:00-4:30



4:30-5:00
School of Gender and Development Studies (SOGDS)

School of Gender and Development Studies (SOGDS)
Women and Politics



Women and Politics
Dr. Smita M. Patil
Dr. G. Uma


Dr. Smita M. Patil
Dr. G. Uma