Sunday, June 26, 2011

Term End Practical Exam June 2011 for CIT,BCA and MCA

Dear Learner,

As it has been decided to conduct the Term-end Practical Examination, June, 2011 for CIT, BCA and MCA programmes as per the date-sheet given below, you are requested to contact your Regional Director for getting the information related to the batch and time etc. In order to be eligible for appearing at the practical examination the students are required to  have 70% attendance in MCSL-016, 017, 025, 036, 045 and 054 and 75% attendance in the rest of the lab courses. In the case of CIT candidates, those who have attended atleast 12 out of 18 practical counselling sessions in CITL-001 are only eligible to appear for the Term-end Practical Examination.Follow this Link

Certificate in Urdu Language (CUL)

Certificate in Urdu Language (CUL)

This programme is meant for Urdu and Hindi speakers who want to learn how to read , write and correctly speak Urdu .The focus is on all the four skills :Listening, Speaking Reading and Writing.
The aim is to improve accuracy and promote fluency in the students . A CD will be included in course material to help the student with listening comprehension, speaking skills, using cultural vocabulary and pronunciation. Each course has eight (8) credits.

Minimum Duration: 6 Months
Maximum Duration: 2 Years
Course Fee: Rs. 700
Minimum Age: No bar 
Maximum Age: No bar 

Knowledge of Hindi/Urdu at primary level.

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Diploma in Urdu (DUL)

The aim of this Programme is to enable/ acquire understanding of the Urdu language and Literature beyond Certificate level. It’s also cover the knowledge of the art of creative writing, technique of translation and editing and publishing etc.
The Programme comprises five courses: two compulsory and three elective .It's objectives are also to provide historical background of Urdu language and literature and comprehension capability of Urdu prose and poetry.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

May have to revive agitation, says disappointed Anna Hazare - The Times of India

May have to revive agitation, says disappointed Anna Hazare - The Times of India

NEW DELHI: Social activist Anna Hazare has said that he may have to revive the agitation on corruption that he had started at Jantar Mantar.

Hazare said he was disappointed with the government's approach on the Lokpal Bill and accused it of going back on the promises it had made.

His comments came a day after strong differences emerged between the two camps in the meeting of the joint drafting panel.

The social activist said it seemed to him that the government was not interested in formulating a strong Lokpal Bill.

He said the proposal of forwarding two draft bills to the Cabinet was ridiculous as it defied the very logic of setting up of a joint drafting committee.

If the government had to send two drafts why did it waste time with the joint panel. There were already two drafts existing and the government could have sent them to the Cabinet, Hazare said.

Warning the Centre against passing a weak Lokpal Bill, Hazare said the civil society will not accept any dilution in the provisions of the bill.

Hazare said their fight for a strong Lokpal Bill will continue and if the government tried to push through a weak bill they would resort to agitation again.

The Congress reacted sharply to Anna's threats. General secretary Digvijay Singh said Team Anna should remember that India is a parliamentary democracy and should not misunderstand govt.