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N.B.K.R. Institute of Science & Technology, Andhra Pradesh

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Implementation of Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN) programme

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The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today gave its approval for signing a Joint Declaration between the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) of India and the National Science Foundation (NSF) of the United States of America, to initiate a new program entitled Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN) in Higher Education. GIAN aims at tapping the talent pool of scientists and entrepreneurs to engage with the institutes of higher education in India to augment the country’s existing academic resources, accelerate the pace of quality reforms, and further strengthen India’s scientific and technological capabilities.

The proposed India-US Cooperation will be beneficial for adoption of newer methods of pedagogy; infuse creativity and innovation driven learning and professional rigour at a relatively lower cost; boosting research in cutting edge technologies and to build stronger academic networks between both countries. The US faculty would undertake teaching at Indian Universities, networked research initiatives in topics of mutual interest and development of international entrepreneurship programmes by making the curriculum more industry oriented for better employability.

The proposal envisages the creation of a channel for US academics in science, technology, engineering and mathematics to spend part of their time teaching in academic and research institutions across India. To start with, the programme would facilitate inviting up to 1000 faculty every year from amongst the best institutions in the US, who will be deputed to identified institutions in India.

Manjul Bhargava winner of Fields Medal 2014 from International Mathematical Union “for developing powerful new methods in the geometry of numbers, which he applied to count rings of small rank and to bound the average rank of elliptic curves, will be the facilitator for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream education project GIAN to rope in most eminent educationists  and scientists at foreign Universities and Institutions to teach students at IITs and other central universities.

ICAR AIEEA UG 2019 Sample Papers

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NEST 2015 Test Centers with Centre Code

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Agartala (TR)


Jodhpur (RJ)


Ahmedabad (GJ)




Allahabad (UP)


Kochi (KL)


Balangir (OD)


Kolkata-North (WB)


Balasore (OD)


Kolkata-South (WB)


Bengaluru (KA)


Lucknow (UP)


Berhampur (OD)


Madurai (TN)


Bhopal (MP)


Mangalore (KA)


Bhubaneswar (OD)


Mumbai (MH)


Burdwan (WB)


Nagpur (MH)


Calicut (KL)


Patna (BR)


Chandigarh (CH)


Pune (MH)


Chennai (TN)


Raipur (CG)


Cuttack (OD)


Ranchi (JH)


Dehradun (UK)


Rourkela (OD)


Delhi-East (DL)


Sambalpur (OD)


Delhi-North (DL)


Shillong (ML)


Delhi-South (DL)


Shimla (HP)


Dharwad (KA)


Silchar (AS)


Guwahati (AS)


Siliguri (WB)


Ghaziabad (UP)


Srinagar (JK)


Hyderabad (AP)


Thiruvanantha puram (KL)


Indore (MP)


Thrissur (KL)


Jaipur (RJ)


Udaipur (RJ)


Jammu (JK)


Varanasi (UP)




Visakhapatnam (AP)


Details about Top 10 Engineering Entrance Exams in India – 2015

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Last and Final Chance to Correct JEE Main 2015 Application Form

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JEE Main 2015 Application form filled by candidates online might have mistakes in it which could result in non-issuance of admit card to the candidates. JEE Main authorities have announced a last chance to rectify their mistakes online from 19th January to 31st January 2015. No correction shall be allowed beyond and before this period as this is the final and last chance to make correction. JEE Main 2015 offline exam shall be held on 4th April 2015 for both paper 1 and paper 2 at various designated centres across India.

JEE Main 2015 Candidate’s Photograph Rectification:

The images uploaded by the candidates in their application form may also have discrepancies and mistakes which are unacceptable for issuing JEE Main 2015 Admit Card. JEE main 2015 authorities / CBSE are in the process of verifying these mistakes in images and in case of any discrepancy in the image(s), the SMS and e-mail is being sent to the candidates to re-upload the image(s). This process may take a period of at least one month and in addition to this they are also giving opportunity to candidates to rectify other mistakes in their online application forms before it is  freezed for final record. If no discrepancy is found in the images, no SMS/e-mail will be sent to the candidates.

To contact JEE Main Officials, please use the below mentioned details:

  • Central Board of Secondary Education 
    Plot No. 149, Block – H,
    Sector – 63, Noida – 201309
    Distt- Gautam Budh Nagar (U.P.)
  • Telephone No.:0120-2427342, 0120-2427350
  • Email: jeemain[at]nic[dot]in



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102nd Indian Science Congress 2015

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A Bond of Science and Research Follows as They Come Together in the 102nd Indian Science Congress 2015:

The Prime Minister’s inaugural speech at the Indian Science Congress 2015  did take notice of an apparent statement that India needs to put science, technology innovation at the top of the nation’s priorities.  Sri Narendra Modi made it very clear, as he speaks about doing business in India at ease, he wants to pay equal attention to the vast spectrum of research and development activities in India without the difficulties usually faced by the Indian Scientist. He even went on congratulating the Indian Scientist placing India on the forefront in many areas

The Theme  Focused on “ Science and Technology  for Human Development”:

The 102nd Indian Science Congress 2015 in relationship with the renowned University of Mumbai anticipates fuelling potential outcomes for the fate of the advanced safety, medical services, agribusiness, environment, education, industries and also entrepreneurs.  A platform where challengers join with the makers, to move future potential outcomes and bring them to life on the condition of-the-workmanship research lab office at the  University facilities. The active participation by eminent institutes like the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research,  BARC, IIT, the Tata Memorial Centre did make the event an overwhelming success.

Further, this Congress did bring together research scholars, eminent scientist from across the globe to popularize the science and  to promote the scientific outlook in this 5 day event from the 3rd  to the 7th of January 2015. The event did see more than 12,000 delegate participation all over the country.

A few symposium on applicable topics – Women’s Science Congress, Children’s Science Congress, Science Exhibition, and so on will be sorted out amid the session.  A huge science show organized at the MMRDA Grounds in proximity to the Bandra-Kurla Complex, did showcase different science & engineering developments by Indian firms and associations. The events also did witness the contribution of India in terms of Ancient Science with emphasis on ancient Indian Astrology to the Vedic Period Vimana SastraISRO and DRDO also  did participate to display the mission of placing India in the world arena of science and technology.The Government of India  likewise mounting a real display on ‘Make In India’ initiative. Former President of India did inaugurate the Children’s Science Congress doing the honours.

Children’s Science Congress the future beholds:

National Children’s Science Congress provides a forum for the young scientists all over the country  to pursue their natural curiosity and to quench their thirst for creativity by experimenting to gain knowledge to solve many problems in regards to physical and social environment. It also focusses to  encourage children throughout the country to visualize the future of the nation and to  stimulate scientific temperament and learning the scientific methodology.

Indian Science Congress  hurdled out quite long:

The Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA) initially begun in 1914 with the activity of two British Chemists Professor P.S. MacMahon and Professor J. L. Simonsen ,who  did recognize that scientific research in India may be invigorated if a yearly gathering of exploration specialists sort of on the lines of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. The  first meeting in the Asiatic Society premises in Calcutta in the year 1914, with only 105 members and 35 papers exhibited, ISCA now expands into a colossal clique of more than 12,000 members on board

The 102nd Indian Science Congress  did end with the notion “ Jai Jawan, Jai Kishan and Jai Vigyan….”

About Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences Mumbai

The Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences, Mumbai is the future for pure science aspirants

In a pattern that breaks the general discernment that there are not very many takers for pure science instruction in the nation, the quantity of understudies applying at the Center for Excellence in Basic Sciences (CBS), Mumbai, has gone up by in excess of four times since 2007.

The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India and the University of Mumbai, Vidyanagari Campus jointly dispatched, in September 2007, a Center for Excellence in Basic Sciences (CBS) offering brilliant undergrad teaching inserted in a postgraduate and examination environment program in the Basic Sciences for understudies who have finished 10+2 schooling or its comparable.

The fame of fundamental sciences is on an ascent among understudies. That is a decent sign as India needs numerous great researchers. While the furor for engineering may continue, understudies likewise understood that even science is a decent alternative and opens up numerous parkways, both within the country and internationally. The number of seats for the CBS Mumbai is only 35 but the number of applicants have increased over the years from a 3250 in the year of inception to 24, 155 applications that have been submitted last year.

How to get admission in CBS, Mumbai

Students looking for admission to CBS need to show up for a National Entrance Screening Test (NEST) that is directed at a substantial number of focusing on India. Home is a typical screening test for both CBS and their sister association, NISER, Bhubaneswar and Santiniketan. Chosen students are called for advising and admission to CBS. Temporary allocation of streams of incorporating M. Sc. courses is set aside a few minutes of directing and students are obliged to fork over the required fees at the time of admission.

What do you study in the M. Sc. program

The curriculum for the initial two semesters (first year) will be regular to all students, and specialization will start with the third semester. The center courses in the subject of specialization will give solid establishments in both in theory and also in the practical sense in each and every discipline. Also, students will be obliged to experience a specific number of courses in different subjects moreover. All students do have to study some compulsory courses covering points like science communication, the history and philosophy related science subject, energy and science, and world writing. During the 4th and the 5th year the syllabus gives to cutting edge with advance knowledge and studies over a particular subject. In the fifth year, each student will embrace a significant guided research project which, in the best cases, will form into an undeniable doctoral-level research project. The conclusion of the fifth-year project will be accounted for as a theory. All through the five-year program, students will be swayed to take up summer projects in rumored national research facilities and colleges. Eminent scientists from India and abroad will consistently give colloquia and courses and interface with the students. This has effectively begun, with a dynamic Tuesday Colloquium arrangement set up. So, the CBS curriculum is intended to guarantee profundity in the region of specialization together with broadness of introduction and intelligent improvement, and to set up every student for an abnormal state proficient research and advancement vocation in national labs, colleges and industry.