Rampur District of Uttar Pradesh at a Glance

About Rampur District :

District Rampur is located between Longitude 78-0-54 & 69-0-28 East and Latitude 28-25 & 29-10 North. Spread in area of 2367 Sq. Km falls in Moradabad Division of Uttar Pradesh State. It is surrounded by District Udham Singh Nagar in North, Bareilly in East, Moradabad in West and Badaun in South. The height from sea level is 192 Meter in north and 166.4 m in South. Situated on the national highway 24, the state capital is 302 km in East and national capital is 185 km in West. It is well connected by Railways & Roadways ).

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Senapati District of Manipur at a Glance

Senapati District of Manipur :

The Senapati District is located in the northern part of Manipur. It is bounded on the east by Ukhrul District, on the west by Tamenglong District, on the north by Phek District of Nagaland and on the south by Imphal East District and Imphal West District. The total geographical area of the district is 3271 sq km. As per Census 2011, the total Population of the district is 4,79,148 out of which 2,47,323 are males and 2,31,825 are females. The District is endowed with kaleidoscopic landscape of blue hills, green valleys, serpentine streams and rivers flowing through mountains and deep gorges. The places of tourist interests in the district are Senapati, Maram Khullen, Yangkhullen , Mao , Liyai , Makhel , Dzuko Valley, Purul, Koubru Mountain, Koubru Laikha, Sadu Chiru Water Fall, and Willong Khullen.

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Senapati :

A new township and District Headquarters, Senapati is 62 km from Imphal. More than 30 government offices are located in the district headquarters. People of various ethnic communities are enjoying harmonious life in the town.

Maram Khullen :

One of the biggest villages in the district, Maram Khullen is a very old and primitive village. It is an attractive destination for the anthropologist, research scholar and the like.

Yangkhullen :

Yangkhullen is the largest Zemei village loated 47 km from Maram Centre in Peren road. The primitive social and economi life is still prevailing in the village. It is situated amidst the steep cliff of beautiful landscape.

Mao :

The last town of Manipur bordering Nagaland state, 107 km from Imphal and 28 km to Kohima, Mao is a very busy town. It is the granary of the surrounding villages and the gateway of the state.

Liyai :

The village, 33 km from Tadubi towards the east is the home of various historical places like the stone monolith, the water pools, the Banyan tree, the male house and female house. The river Barak originates from the village.

Makhel :

Makhel is a sacred place for many ethnic communities where they settled and migrated long back. There are historical monuments like i) The sacred Banyan trees which are believed to have grown from the tomb of the Naga mother. ii) The farewell monolith. iii) The triomonolith (3 km south to Makhel). iv) The dispersal tree at Sajouba (2 km north to Makhel). v) The hailstorm stone. vi) Village settlement stone. vii) The lucky stone etc.

Dzuko Valley :

A most enchanting place, the valley can be reached by trekking from the border town of Mao. One can observe snowfall in winter and budding flowers of Dzuko lily in spring season.

Purul :

19 km from Maram in NH 39, Purul is the home of indigenous games Toutou and wrestling. Toutou is played during New Year festival and wrestling is traditionally played on the eve of paddy transplantation festival which is known as Paoki falling in the first fortnight of May.

Koubru Mountain:

This mountain is one of the highest peak in Manipur. People climb the mountain in summer season only. They climb mountain in the group. People say that in mythological day Pandavas were visited here. There is a long cave where people passes through

Koubru Laikha:

Koubru Laikha is one of the famous Shiv Temples in Manipur. There will be a herd of people during the time of Shivratri and Kanwad. People say that putted milk on the Koubru Mountain comes here. This temple is situated on the bank of Imphal River.National Highway 2 Passes through here.

Sadu Chiru Water Fall:

A popular tourist and picnic spot in Sadu(near Ichum Keirap village)27 km (17 mi) from Imphal, in the Sadar hill area, Senapati district. Hundreds of tourist flocks to this place to enjoy the view of this waterfall and the natural beauty surrounding it. Consisting of three falls with the first fall about thirty meters high. On the side of it, a newly park or garden-‘Agape park’ is situated. It is owned and managed by Kamlun Telien of Ichum Keirap.

Willong Khullen(Megalith):

Willong Khullen is a village located some 37 km (23 mi) from National Highway 2 (India) (Maram) on the Maram-Peren Road. It is home to a stone erection very similar to Stonehenge. Some of the tallest stones are seven meters tall and one meter thick. The village of Yangkhullen is built on a steep slope on the hills.

 

Amrita Medical (UG) Counseling & Admission for 2014

(a) Amrita medical (UG) Counseling & admission for 2014 : Generally commence  within two weeks from declaration of results.  Dates of counseling will be published at the official website for Amrita University. Candidates are therefore advised to keep  visiting website www.aims.amrita.edu for updates  on counseling.

(b) No separate call letters will be sent. Candidates  desirous of admission should report to the Chairman  (Admissions – Medical) on the date / time and place  announced in the web site.
(c) Admissions will be made strictly on the basis of  availability of seats. As soon as the seats are filled  admissions will be closed. Mere reason that a  candidate was present on the date of counseling will  not confer any right on him/her for a seat.
(d) Interested candidates should report at least half an  hour before the time allotted on the dates for the  concerned rank numbers. Seat allotment will be  done for the candidates present at time fixed by  the Chairman Admissions on the basis of the ranks  of candidates present at the time of allotment on the  date of counseling/allotment.
(e) If a candidate arrives late for counseling and seats  get allotted to subsequent rank holders, he/she will  have no right over the seats allotted to lower rank  holders. Failure to report in time on the date fixed  for counseling can result in a candidate forfeiting his/ her chance for admission. In the event of any such  appeals, decision of the Chairman-Admissions on  the matter shall be final & binding .
(f) (i) Counseling by proxy is not generally permitted.  In extremely exeptionall cases like where  the candidate is unable to report  physically due to illness, or tragedies at home. Chairman  Admissions at his sole discretion may permit  a close relative of the candidate to attend counseling on behalf of the candidate on  the basis of a written request and specific  authorisation from the candidate and without precedence.

(ii) In such cases of counseling by proxy the option  exercised and decision taken by the authoirised  person will be final and binding on the candidate  and will not be opened for discussions later.
(iii) Decision of the Chairman Admissions will be final  and binding on all matters relating to counseling  by Proxy.
(g) While reporting, the candidate should be accompanied  at least by one of the parents and should produce the  following documents in original along with two  additional sets of photocopies.
i. Plus Two marks list.
ii. Plus Two Pass certificate. (In case of CBSE or ICSE)
iii. A document to prove the date of birth.
iv. Transfer Certificate from the Institution last  attended.
v. Migration Certificate from the Board from where  the candidate passed his/ her Plus two.
vi. A Character and conduct Certificate from the Institution from where the student passed his/ her plus two examination mentioning the status  of his/her behavioural pattern specially in terms  as to whether the student displayed persistent  violent or aggressive behaviour or any desire to  harm others.
vii. Medical Certificate for physical fitness and mental  soundness from a Medical Officer not below the  rank of a Civil Surgeon or a Clinical Associate  Professor of a Medical College.
viii. Community Certificate in case of SC/ST candidates.
ix. Recent Passport size face close-up colour  photographs – 4 Nos.
x. Demand draft favouring AMRITA VISHWA  VIDYAPEETHAM payable at Kochi.
Amount for each course as announced at website or  intimated to the candidate over phone or by letter

Admission likely to be  denied to those who are unable to produce the certificates in original at the time of admission  

In addition to the above, Foreign Nationals will have to  produce the following documents too. Attested copies of (attested by Consulates/Embassy of  India in the respective country or a Gazetted officer in  India ) 

i. Passport with valid student VISA endorsed in the  name of Amrita School of Medicine (For foreign  nationals only).
ii. Equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi.
iii. PIO Certificate/Card if obtained.
iv Over Seas Citizen of India Certificate/Card if  secured.
v. Medical Fitness certificate.
vi. Translated version of all documents, if they are not in English.
vii. Foreign Nationals except overseas citizens of India will have to register with the Foreign Nationals Registrations Officer (Police  Commissioner ) within seven days of their arrival in India. A copy of the  registration certificate should be handed over to  the Admission Co-ordinator immediately after  the registration.

 

Amrita Medical (UG) Hall Ticket For 2014

Hall Tickets will be issued to every eligible candidate  who is required to write the Entrance examination  and will be published at website two weeks prior to  the date of entrance examination.

a) Candidates may access their Hall Ticket by giving  their Application number, Center, date of birth  and take a colour printout which will be a valid  Hall Ticket.
b) There will be no hall tickets where the process  of selection is personal Interview. Instruction sheets provided along with the Application
Form will indicate the process of interview and  candidates must follow the same.

Amrita Medical (UG) 2014 Important Dates

Important dates for AMRITA Medical UG 2014 entrance examination :

Commencement of application : 5 March 2014
Last date of receipt of application : 25 April 2014
Date of examination :   18 May 2014

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