SNAP 2010 Results are declared, you can view the results here. Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP) Test is a common written test for the admission to all the Post-Graduate Institutes of Symbiosis International University. Written test is mandatory for admission into any Post-Graduate programme offered by the constituent institute of Symbiosis International University.
The much awaited CAT 2010 results are released and are available on the CAT Website to view. Recently there were rumors of CAT 2010 Results being leaked however CAT Convener Prof Himanshu Rai regretted saying he is not aware if the results are viewed. Check out the Results any way they are officially out.
CRISIL today announced the launch of its pioneering service, grading of educational institutions, beginning with the business school segment. CRISIL will provide an independent, robust and allround assessment of the ability of an institute to impart quality education and achieve desired student outcomes through the graded programmes.
At the launch event, CRISIL released grades for 24 management programmes, covering 20 institutes from Bhubaneshwar(1), Chennai(1), Coimbatore(1), Delhi(3), Gurgaon(1), Guwahati(1), Hyderabad(1), Mumbai and Navi Mumbai(5), Noida(1) and Pune(5).
Starting with the grading of programmes offered by business schools, CRISIL will, over time, cover other categories of educational institutions. The grading is not a ranking exercise for management education programmes. It is an in-depth and interactive evaluation exercise which will classify management education programmes on an eight-point scale: from ‘AËËË’ to ‘B’.
A comprehensive report on each graded programme with insights into student profile, faculty profile, curriculum, and best practices adopted by the institute, will be available free of charge on CRISIL’s website, www.crisil.com. This sharing of best practices and the benchmarking on a relative scale, will contribute, over time, to an improvement of overall quality standards in the sector.
The gradings will benefit several stakeholders.
Students and parents can make better informed choices about business schools. Recruiters will be able to obtain a wealth of information on business school programmes which will enable their recruitment efforts to be more focussed and better aligned with corporate objectives. The evaluation process will provide the institutes themselves with valuable feedback from an independent agency; they can use this feedback to set for themselves a quality improvement agenda.
India has a large number of business schools (almost 2500).CRISIL has, therefore, incorporated a unique feature – each programme is graded on a national scale (relative to other such programmes across India) and a state scale (relative to other such programmes in the same state). This is designed to provide practical decision making inputs to both students and recruiters, who may wish to study in or recruit from specific geographic areas respectively.
A total of 5451 candidates qualified in the prestigious Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET 2011) with Vernon Desouza from Bangalore Zone topping the test. The results are announced on 3 January 2011. The qualified candidates will be eligible to seek admission into the post-graduate management programmes in IITs and IISc Bangalore.
A total of 26,035 candidates had appeared in JMET 2011 held on December 12, 2010 organized by IIT Delhi in coordination with the six other IITs and IISc Bangalore.The 3 hour test was conducted in seven zones, 69 centers and 35 cities across the country.
The IIT Delhi zone topped among the other zones with 1331 candidates figuring in the list of qualified candidates, followed b y I I T Bombay (1304), IISc Bangalore (984), IIT Kharagpur (588), IIT Madras (582), IIT Roorkee (435), IIT Kanpur (192) and IIT Guwahati (35).Out of 5197 female candidates who appeared in the test, 927 qualified. Ratika Anand emerged as the topper among the female candidates with an All India Rank of 27.
This year, 610 OBC candidates qualified in the test, while 447 SCs, 62 STs and 25 physically challenged candidates qualified in the test.The Master’s program in Management is offered by IITs in Chennai, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Mumbai and Roorkee.
This year IISc Bangalore is also joining the league of IITs in starting a Master’s program in Management. The qualified candidates need to apply separately to each of the schools or departments of management in various IITs and IISc wherein she/he wishes to seek admission. Group Discussions (GD) and Personal Interviews (PI) for candidates seeking admission will be held at the respective Institutes.
You can view the Results at http://web.iitd.ac.in/~gate/jmet/jmetresult/jmetresult.php
Source : As per the press release http://web.iitd.ac.in/~gate/jmet/jmetresult/pressrelease.pdf
COMEDK – Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka conducts the post graduate entrance test for admissions into private medical and dental courses in the state of Karnataka has been rescheduled from February 13 to February 6 2011. This decision has been taken from COMEDK keeping in view of the requests made by several candidates,primary reason being the overlapping dates with the entrance test conducted by JIPMER.
All India Engineering/Architecture Entrance Examination (offline/pen & paper), 2011 to be conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education has been rescheduled from 24.04.2011 to 01.05.2011 (Sunday) due to Easter festival. The sale of Information Bulletins from all selling centres will start from 22.12.2010 instead of 15.12.2010. Rest of the things/schedule will remain unchanged.
You can read our previous post about AIEEE http://blog.careermitra.com/2010/11/aieee-online-exam-date-april-24-2011/
SRM University has announced the dates for SRM Engineering Entrance Examination SRMEEE 2011 dates. The university will issue applications from 05/DEC/2011 till 31/March/2011. The examination will be held on 30/April 2011.
Application forms can be downloaded from the university website. SRM University is offering scholarships for merit students (above 95% marks in CBSE and State Board Examination) with a fee waiver of 50%.
Application forms are also available at lead branches of Axis Bank, City Union Bank, Indian Bank, Karur Vysya Bank, SBI & Post Offices.
Eligibility : B.Tech : A pass in 10 + 2 or equivalent and a) For all programs minimum of 50% individually in Maths, Physics & Chemistry and 60% aggregate in Maths, Physics & Chemistry. b) For Bioinformatics, Bio Medical Engineering, Bio Process Engineering, Food & Process Engineering, Bio Technology & Genetic Engineering : Minimum of 50% individually in Maths or Biology, Physics and Chemistry and 60% aggregate in Maths or Bi0logy, Physics or Chemsitry.
B.Arch: A pass in 10 + 2 or its equivalent having a minimum total aggregate of 60% with English and Mathematics as subjects of study and a minimum score of 40% in National Aptitude Test (NATA).
PG Programs : A Pass with minimum aggregate of 60% in the qualifying examination.
Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) Delhi, the pioneer of management education in India, re-affirmed its premier status amongst B-schools with the recently conducted Summer Placements for its students. The 2010-12 batch, consisting of 235 students (an increase of 18% from last year) distributed among the two full time programs MBA and MBA-Management of Services, was placed in style in just 5 days.
Some salient features :
* A record 145 companies confirmed their presence while 91 companies made offers to students.
* The average stipend offered for the internship period rose by almost 42% from last year to an all time high of Rs. 85,000.
* The highest domestic stipend for the internship period rose by a staggering 150% to Rs. 2, 50,000, offered by an investment bank to students for its Mumbai office posting.
* The highest number of offers on campus was made by Citibank, followed closely by Accenture Business Consulting, Tata Administrative Services, Hindustan Unilever, Procter & Gamble and Mahindra & Mahindra.
Source : http://www.fms.edu/placements/summers2010.php