Jammu University has declared the results for its undergraduate courses. The results were declared for B.A, B.Sc, B.Com, B.B.A, B.C.A(Part II) Annual.
The results can be checked out at the below site
Also the results of B.E semester-VIII have been declared. The link for the results of Jammu University B.E. is given below:
The results can be checked via your name as well as with the help of your roll number. So keep your roll number handy in case you are logging in to the site. Best of Luck to all the students!!
According to a new report published, kids can learn maths in a fun way now. A study published in the US in 2008, asked the primary schoolkids to play snakes & ladders on a regular basis. After a few weeks, it was noticed that the kids showed an increased ability in number skills. Following this, a gaming company has launched a series of new games which make the children count, add, subtract in an environment which is stimulating and filled with loads of fun. These games teach maths in a casual manner without laying too much stress on the kid. It has been noticed that the gamers developed skills which were akin to the skills taught in a classroom environment.
Teaching kids the fun way is the new mantra of these new games. Maths is one of the toughest subjects that the kids have to endure and to build an interest of the kid in this subject is akin to completing a herculean task. By the advent of these games which involve the children in a fun and engaging manner, this task has been reduced to a child’s play (in the literal sense).
Delhi Public School, Pinjore recently hosted a Six-A-Side, Under-16 Cricket Tournament organized by the Yuva Sports Club. The Tournament was inaugurated by DPS Pinjore Principal Mr. Samson Masih. The main participants of the Under-16 Tournament who reached the semi-finals were St Xavier’s School, Panchkula, Ryan International School, Chandigarh, Satluj Public School, Panchkula and the host school DPS Pinjore.
Ryan International School, Chandigarh won the Under-16 title by defeating St Xavier’s School, Panchkula by seven runs in the final match of the Cricket Tournament.
In the Under-14 category Semi-Final matches, DPS Pinjore defeated St Xavier’s School of Panchkula by four wickets and Satluj School beat Ryan International of Chandigarh by five wickets.
In the Finals again, Delhi Public School of Pinjore claimed the boys Under-14 trophy by beating Satluj Public School, Panchkula by 20 runs in the final match. DPS Pinjore won the toss and elected to field. Satluj scored 90 for 2 in 6 overs to which DPS Pinjore replied with 70 in allotted 6 overs.
The prizes were given out by United Group Managing Director Mr. Rakesh Baloni, who was the chief guest of the Six-A-Side Cricket Tournament.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has declared the results of the Combined Matric level Main Exam 2008 for the posts of Grade ‘D’ Stenographers, Grade ‘C’ Stenographers & Lower Division Clerks. The results were declared on 24th Sept 2009.
Follow the below link to check the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) 2008 results:
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Combined Matric level results of the Main Exam can be checked at the below link:
Best Of Luck to all the students!!
Dussehra is one of the major Hindu festivals of India & is celebrated throughout the country with great zeal and enthusiasm. People all over the country participate in the occasion in their own way. Dussehra symbolizes the conquest of good over evil. It is thus considered as an auspicious day. The festival of Dussehra has a long interesting history behind it. Two great legends are associated with the festival of Dussehra.
It is believed that on this day when Lord Rama killed the ten headed demon king Ravana and gave the throne of his kingdom, Lanka, to his brother Vibhishana. Since that day, the day of Vijaya Dashmi is considered to be auspicious and festive by the people of India and is celebrated as the day that symbolizes the victory of ‘Good over Evil’. Even today, burning the effigy of Ravana along with his subordinates Meghanad and Kumbhkarana on Dusshera, symbolizes the power of goodness and humanity above all other evil and bad powers. As Lord Rama fought a battle of ten days with Ravana, who had abducted his wife Sita, the day of his victory is called ‘Vijaya Dashmi’- the tenth day of Victory. It is said that this day symbolizes not only the victory of Ram over Ravana but also the victory of ‘mankind’. That is why this day is held in high regard by people who believe that whenever there will be chaos in the society and evil will try to take over humanity, God will appear in the form of savior to protect his devotees.
There is another story associated with the history of Dussehra festival. It is said that Vijayadashmi also symbolizes the victory of Goddess Durga over Mahishasura, the demon who held the earth and the heaven with his tyranny and invincible power.
This year Dussehra is being celebrated on Monday, 28th September 2009. Send Dussehra/Dasara & Durga Puja Greetings & Scraps to your loved ones.
West Bengal State University has announced its results for the year 2009 of the undergraduate courses for B.Com and B.Sc courses. Around 57 colleges of West Bengal are affiliated with the West Bengal State University. All the colleges results can be accessed by the University website.
For BCom results click here http://www.wbsubregistration.org/bcomresult2.php
For BSC results click here http://www.wbsubregistration.org/bscresult2.php
For further information on courses offered by the West Bengal State University check out their official website by going to the below link. Just copy and paste the below address in the browser:
Under a landmark education bill proposing free schooling for children between the age of six and fourteen years having cleared the labyrinths of the Indian Parliament, the slum children stand to benefit the most.
Mobile classrooms which have been converted from school buses will be able to provide access to education to more than 5,000 slum children. The scheme is a part of the Sarvya Shiksha Abhiyaan(SSA), the government run initiative for the uneducated slum children of the nation. The initiative is furthered by the UK Government.
Under the SSA, many new school buses will be introduced in Delhi in the coming future. A fleet of around 25 buses are being planned to ply on the Delhi routes and act as mobile classrooms for these underprivileged children. All these buses are fully equipped with a variety of teaching and learning material. TV, educational books, Computers, DVDs and soft toys are some of the learning material on board.
The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University [TNDALU] has published the results for its 3 Year and 5th Year B.L. Degree Examinations. The Law Exams were held in June 2009.
Pls visit the below links for more on TNDALU Results 2009.
The Official website of The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University is:
Results Declared for Karnataka University Dharwad (KUD) Exams for undergraduates. The results are available at the official KUD website.
BA, LLB, BCA, BSc, BCom – all the undergraduate courses results can be found at the Karnataka University Dharwad (KUD) website.
Karnataka University Dharwad (KUD) Website
For the marksheet or complete KUD result , please visit KUD personally.
Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) Exam is held in 8 zones across the country by the GATE Committee. The Committee comprises of deemed faculty from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and the seven notable IITs of India.
Important Dates for GATE 2010 are as below:
GATE 2010 Examination Forms Available from 22nd Sep ‘09 – 30th Oct ‘09
Online GATE Exam (TF Paper) 7th Feb ’10, Time: 09.30 hrs – 12.30 hrs
Online GATE Exam (MN Paper) 7th Feb ’10, Time: 14.30 hrs – 17.30 hrs
Offline GATE Exam (All other papers) 14th Feb ’10, Time: 09.30 hrs – 12.30 hrs
Announcement of Results 15th Mar ‘10
For further information, downloading application form, applying online for the exam and to know about the zone wise distribution, pls visit the link given below: