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For Kerala State 1st Level NTSE , Please click here for application Form and Circular. For deatils please visit http://www.scert.kerala.gov.in/new.htm


    * Fee Charged for First Stage NTS Exam
    * National Talent Search Examination-Learn about the test
    * Application for National Talent Search Examination 2009
      (for Class VIII ) Application Form

For the selection year 2009, the NCERT will conduct the National Talent Search Examination for students studying in Class VIII only.

1. Scholarships: On the basis of the examination conducted, 1000 scholarships will be awarded for each group of students appearing for Class VIII examinations.

2. Reservation: 15% scholarships will be reserved for students belonging to the SC category, 7.5% scholarships for students belonging to the ST category and 3% for Physically Challenged Group of Students each in respect of the class VIII.

3. Scholarship: Awardees of NTS Examination will receive a sum of Rs.500/- per month as per NTS rules.

4. Selection: There will be two-stage selection process for award of scholarship. For Stage-I, selection will be done by States/UTs through a written examination. Students who qualify Stage I will be eligible to appear for Stage II examination conducted by NCERT.

5. Important Dates: Dates for Submission of Application Form and conduct of examination are given below:


Examination in Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Andaman and Nicobar Islands: 15 November 2008 (Saturday)Examination in All other States and Union Territories: 16 November 2008 (Sunday)

Stage II
Examination in All States and Union Territories: 10 May 2009 (Sunday)

6. Eligibility: Students of Class VIII studying in recognized schools are eligible to appear for the respective Class VIII Stage I examination conducted by the States/UTs in which the schools are located. There will be no domicile restriction.

7. Examination:
The pattern of written examination for Class VIII will be as follows:.

Stage I examination at the State/UT level will comprise two parts, namely (a) Mental Ability Test (MAT) and (b) Scholastic Ability Test (SAT) covering social sciences, sciences and mathematics.

Stage II examination at the National level will comprise (a) Mental Ability Test (MAT), (b) Scholastic Ability Test (SAT) covering social sciences, sciences and mathematics, (c) Interview. Only those candidates who qualify the written examination at the National Level will be invited for interview.

8. State Quotas: Each State/Union Territory has been allotted a quota to recommend a specific number of candidates for the Stage II examination, the details of which will be made available on NCERT website. However, there will be no State/Union Territory Quota for the final award of scholarship after the Stage II examination. Reservation for SC, ST and Physically challenged will be as notified in para 2 above.

9. Application Forms: Application Forms can be downloaded from NCERT website www.ncert.nic.in. All correspondence relating to Application Forms should be addressed to the State Liaison Officers (LOs) whose addresses are given at the end/Website.

10. The completed application form duly signed by Principal of the school should be submitted to the LO before the last date.

11. Fees: States and Union Territories may notify the fee required (refer NCERT website) which will be paid for the Stage-I examination. However, NCERT does not charge any fee for the Stage-II examination.

12. Announcement of Results: Results of the Stage-I examination will be announced by the respective State Governments/ Union Territories. Results of Stage-II examination will be announced by NCERT.


dwarakesh

CHENNAI: More than 1.50 lakh students from 500 schools across the State are expected to take part in the 5th Velammal State Level Science Talent Search Exam scheduled for November 22 and January 25.

The exams, to be held at six levels, carry a total prize of Rs.3.95 lakh, besides 3,500 consolation prizes and certificates. The level-1 test will be for students of Std. I and II, level-2 for those in Std. III and IV, level-3 for Std. V and VI, Level-4 for Std. VII and VIII, level-5 for Std. IX and X and level-6 for Plus-One and Plus-Two.

The examination is open to students of Tamil medium schools, too, from this year. The last date for entries is November 6, Velammal Matriculation Higher Secondary School principal P. Prabakaran said. The preliminary rounds will be held in the respective schools on November 22. The final round will be held in 11 regional headquarters--Chennai, Coimbatore, Kancheepuram, Madurai, Nagercoil, Salem, Thanjavur, Tirunelveli, Tiruchi, Vellore and Puducherry on January 25. The results will be released in the first week of February.

For details, contact the co-ordinator, Velammal's State Level Science Talent Search Exams, Velammal Matriculation Higher Secondary School, 'Velammal Gardens,' T.S.Krishna Nagar, Chennai. Phone: 26561166 or 65161866.

Source: The Hindu

sajiv


Thiruvananthapuram: FIITJEE, a leading institute for IIT-JEE training, is conducting the FIITJEE Talent Reward Exam (FTRE) 2008 in over 80 test centres across the country for students of Class VI to XI aspiring for success in the field of Science and Technology on December 28.

The exercise is aimed at helping serious aspirants to make an assessment of their potential. It will help them know their chances of success with probable ranks in securing a seat in the IITs through the Rank Potential Index obtained in the FTRE.

Top performers will be awarded medals and their schools and subject teachers will be awarded trophies based on their student's performance in individual subjects, i.e. Mathematics and Science (for students of VI, VII, VII and IX) and Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry (for students of X and XI). Schools will also be awarded trophies if their students bag a medal for overall performance in each zone.

The schools have the option to recommend up to four students from each class for the FTRE. Such students will be registered free for the test. More details can be had from the Kilpauk 044 - 42859701 and Adayar centres of the FIITJEE 044 - 64609556 or from the institution's website - www. fiitjee.com.


sajiv


PUNE: The higher secondary certificate (HSC, Std XII) and secondary school certificate (SSC, Std X) examinations will be conducted from February
26 and March 5, respectively, by the Maharashtra state board for secondary and higher secondary education.

The HSC practicals, orals and grade exams will be conducted from February 6 to 24, a statement by the board said. The written examinations will commence on February 26 and end on March 21. The SSC practicals, orals and grade exams will be conducted during February 12 to 28. The written exam will be held from March 5 to 23.

The exams will be conducted by the Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Amravati, Nashik and Latur divisional boards.

Exam for minimum competency-based vocational course (MCVC) of the HSC will be as per the new syllabus. Students of the old syllabus, who have not cleared the exam and are repeating it, will have the last chance to clear the old course in March 2009. Exams of the old and new course of MCVC will be conducted during the same period and time but separate time tables will be released as names of some subjects have been changed in the new course.

The Marathi paper for the SSC exam for regulars and repeaters will be based on the newly released textbook 'Kumar Bharati va Vachanpaath'. The multiple question paper system will be followed for English third language and Maths for the SSC exam and for English of the HSC exam. However, the difference in the multiple question papers will be roughly 30 per cent in the textbook based questions only, the statement said.

Students who are repeating the SSC exam as per the old syllabus will get 100 mark question papers for science and social science. However, in the old syllabus these subjects had question papers of 150 marks. So the marks obtained by repeaters in the March 2009 exam will be converted accordingly so that the grand total of all subjects remained 750 as per the old course.

The SSC and HSC students will get marks out of 40 for projects done under environment education subject, while the written test of the subject will carry 60 marks. Students have to secure minimum 14 marks for the project and 21 marks in the written test to clear the subject.

Visually impaired, speech/hearing impaired and spastic students will give the SSC exam for home science and physical science subjects as per the new curricular.

Students will have to secure minimum grand total of 105 marks in all the three languages in the SSC exam to clear the subjects. However, if a student fails in one language but secures minimum 25 per cent marks in the language he will be given concession in passing marks, only once, provided he/she has appeared for exams of all three languages.
Detailed time table of the exams will be announced later.



dwarakesh

Maharashtra Board's HSC and SSC examination 2009 time table available online on the MSBSHSE website

Maharashtra Board's HSC and SSC examination 2009 time table available online on the MSBSHSE  website

Maharashtra Board's HSC and SSC examination 2009 timetable is now available online on the MSBSHSE (Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education) website.

The HSC oral exams will begin on February 6th and will go on up to 24th, while the written papers will start from February 26th and will continue up to March 21st.

For the detailed HSC time table, click here.

The SSC exams will have the orals starting on February 12th and extending up to 28th, while the written papers will commence from March 5th and will end on  23rd.

For the detailed SSC time table, click here.

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MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY ROHTAK
Theory date sheet for B.Ed. Annual Examination July 2011
Time of Exam.: 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Centre of Exam.: As per Roll No. Slip & Building Notice
Date Subject (Full Nomenclature) Paper P.Code
12-07-2011 1-Edu. Philosophical & Sociological Basis
2- Education in Emerging Indian Society(Old)
I
II
14531
14036
14-07-2011 1- Psychology of Teaching & Learning (Old)
2-Learner, Learning and Cognition
II
II
14037
14532
16-07-2011 PART-A (Time 2.30 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.)
1- Secondary Education in India
2- Secondary Education & School Management(Old)
PART-B (Time 4.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.)
1- Education of Exceptional Children (Old)
2- Yoga Education (Old)
3- Population Education (Old)
4- Educational & Vocational Guidance (Old)
5- Mental Hygiene (Old)
6- Adult & Continuing Education (Old)
7- Health & Physical Education (Old)
8- Environmental Education (Old)
9- Science Technology Education (Old)
10- Yoga Education (New)
11- Educational & Vocational Guidance (New)
12- Health & Physical Education (New)
13- Environmental Education (New)
14- Distance and Open Learning(New)
15- Educational Measurement and Evaluation(New)
16- Gender Sensitization and School(New)
17- Human Rights Education (New)
III-A
III-A
III-B(i)
III-B(ii)
III-B(iii)
III-B(iv)
III-B(v)
III-B(vi)
III-B(vii)
III-B(viii)
III-B(ix)
III-B(i)
III-B(ii)
III-B(iii)
III-B(iv)
III-B(v)
III-B(vi)
III-B (vii)
III-B(viii)
14533
14038
14039
14040
14041
14042
14043
14044
14045
14046
14047
14534
14535
14536
14537
14538
14539
14540
14541
18-07-2011 1- Educational Technology(Old)
2- Curriculum and School Mgt. (New)
IV
IV(A)
14048
14542
20-07-2011 Inclusive Education (New) IV(B) 14543
22-07-2011 Information Communication and Educational Technology (New) V 14544
25-7-2011 Teaching of English (14049) v,vi,Gr.A(i) (Old)
Teaching of Punjabi(14051) v,vi,Gr.A(iii) (Old)
Teaching of English (14546) VI & VII Gr.A(ii)(New)
Teaching of Punjabi (14547) VI & VII Gr.A(iii)(New)
Teaching of Hindi (14050) v,vi,Gr.A(ii) (Old)
Teaching of Sanskrit(14052) v,vi,Gr.A(iv) (Old)
Teaching of Hindi (14545) VI & VII Gr.A(i)(New)
Teaching of Sanskrit (14548) VI & VII
Gr.A(iv)(New)
27-07-2011 Teaching of Life Sc. (14057) v,vi,Gr.C (i) (Old)
Teaching of Economics(14059) v, vi C (iii) (Old)
Teaching of Computer Sc (14557) VI & VII(v) New
Teaching of Life Sc. (14553) VI & VII Gr. C(i) New
Teaching of Economics (14555) VI & VIIGr. C(iii)
Teaching of Geography (14058) v,vi(ii) Gr.-C(ii)
(Old)
Teaching of Music(14060) v,vi C(iv) (Old)
Teaching of Geography (14554) VI & VII Gr.
C(iii) (New)
Teaching of Music (14556)VI & VII Gr.C(iv)New)
29-07-2011 Teaching of Social Studies (14063) v,vi(iii) Gr.-D (Old)
Teaching of Physical Sc.(14061) v,vi D(i) (Old)
Teaching of Social Studies (14561) VI & VII(iv) (New)
Teaching of Physical Sc. (14558) VI & VII Gr.D(i) (New)
Teaching of Civics (14062) v,vi Gr.D(ii) (Old)
Teaching of History(14064) v, vi Gr.D(iv) (Old)
Teaching of Civics (14559) VI & VII(ii) (New)
Teaching of History (14560) VI & VII(iii) (New)
31-07-2011 Teaching of Math(14053) v,vi,GR.B(i) (Old)
Teaching of Commerce(14055) v,viGr.B (iii) (Old)
Teaching of Math(14549) VI & VII GR.B(i) (New)
Teaching of Commerce (14551) VI & VII GR.B(iii)New)
Teaching of Home Sc.(14054) vi,Gr.B(ii) (Old)
Teaching of Art(14056) v,vi Gr.-B (iv) (Old)
Teaching of Home Sc. (14550) VI & VII
GR.B(ii) (New)
Teaching of Art (14552) VI & VII GR.B(iv)(New)
Note: Before answering the question paper, the candidate should ensure that they have been
supplied the correct paper. Complaints in this regard, if any, shall not be entertained after the
examination.
2- The pager / mobile phone is not allowed in the examination centre.
3- Use of simple calculator is allowed. Exchanging of calculator is not allowed.
Controller of Examinations
MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY ROHTAK
Theory date sheet for M.Ed. Annual Examination July 2011
Time of Exam. : 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Centre of Exam .: As per Roll No. Slip & Building Notice
Date Subject (Full Nomenclature) Paper P.Code
13-07-2011 1- Philosophical & Sociological Basis of Edu. I 14017
15-07-2011 1- Advanced Educational Psychology II 14018
19-07-2011 1- Research Methodology & Statistical in Edu. III 14019
21-07-2011 1- Comparative Edu. & Curriculum Development IV 14020
23-07-2011 1- Educational Measurement & Evaluation
2- Teacher Education
3- Adult & Continuing Education
V & VI(ii)
V & VI(iii)
V & VI(v)
14022
14023
14025
26-07-2011 1- Mgt. & Admn. of Education
2- Educational & Vocational Guidance
V & VI(ix)
V & VI(xi)
14029
14031
28-07-2011 1- Educational Technology
2- Environmental Education
3- Value Education and Human Rights
4- Distance Education
V & VI(x)
IV & V(vi)
V & VI(viii)
V & VI(viii)
14030
14026
14027
14028
30-07-2011 1- Yoga Education
2- Computer Education
3- Advanced Statistical Methods in Education
4- Mental Hygiene & Edu.
5- Economics of Edu. & Educational Planning
V & VI(xv)
V & VI(iv)
V & VI(xiv)
V & VI(xii)
V & VI(xiii)
14035
14024
14034
14032
14033
01-08-2011 1- Special Education V & VI(i) 14021
Note: Before answering the question paper, the candidate should ensure that they have
been supplied the correct paper. Complaints in this regard, if any, shall not be entertained
after the examination.
2- The pager / mobile phone should not be allowed in the examination centre at any cost.
3- Use of simple calculator is allowed. Exchanging of calculator is not allowed.
CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS
MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY ROHTAK
Theory date sheet for D.Ed. 1st Year Examination July 2011
Time of Exam. : 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Centre of Exam .: As per Roll No. Slip & Building Notice
Date Subject (Full Nomenclature) Paper P.Code
12-07-2011 Education in Emerging India I 14490
14-07-2011 Educational Psychology II 14491
16-07-2011 Teacher Functions at the Primary Stage III 14492
18-07-2011 Matribhasha Hindi Shikshan Prashikshan Ke Udeshay IV 14493
20-07-2011 Content cum Methodology in English V 14494
22-07-2011 Teaching of Mathematics VI 14495
25-7-2011 Teaching of Environmental Studies Social Studies EVS-I VII 14496
27-07-2011 Teaching of Environmental Studies Science EVS-II VIII 14497
29-07-2011 Teaching of Health and Physical Education IX 14498
31-07-2011 Teaching of Arts Education and work experience X 14499
Note: Before answering the question paper, the candidate should ensure that they have
been supplied the correct paper. Complaints in this regard, if any, shall not be
entertained after the examination.
2- The pager / mobile phone is not allowed in the examination centre.
3- Use of simple calculator is allowed. Exchanging of calculator is not allowed.
Controller of Examinations
MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY ROHTAK
Theory date sheet of B.Ed. (Elementary Education) 1st , 2nd and 3rd Year
Examinations July, 2011
Time of Exam. : 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Centre of Exam .: 1038- DVM College of Edu., Baluda
Date Subject (Full Nomenclature) Paper P.Code
1st Year
13-07-2011 Child Development F.1.1 14425
15-07-2011 Contemporary India F.1.2 14426
19-07-2011 Nature of Language C 1.1 14427
21-07-2011 Core Math C.1.2 14428
23-07-2011 Core Natural Science C.1.3 14429
26-07-2011 Core Social Science C.1.4 14430
2nd Year
12-07-2011 Cognition and Learning F 2.3 14475
14-07-2011
Human Relation and Communication (2.30 PM to 4.00 PM) F 2.5 14477
Language Across the Curriculum (4.30 PM to 6.00 PM) P 2.1 14478
16-07-2011 Hindi 02.2 14480
18-07-2011 Chemistry 02.5 14483
20-07-2011 Economics 02.10 14488
22-07-2011 Language Acquisition F 2.4 14476
3rd Year
13-07-2011 Logic & Mathematics Education F.3.2 14511
15-07-2011 Basic Concepts in Education F.3.6 14512
19-07-2011 School Planning & Management F.3.7 14513
21-07-2011 Pedagogy of Environmental Studies Liberal Course F.3.3 14514
23-07-2011 Hindi 03.2 14515
26-07-2011 Chemistry 03.5 14516
28-07-2011 Economics 03.10 14517
Note: Before answering the question paper, the candidate should ensure that they have
been supplied the correct paper. Complaints in this regard, if any, shall not be
entertained after the examination.
2- The pager / mobile phone are not allowed in the examination centre at any cost.
3- Use of simple calculator is allowed. Exchanging of calculator is not allowed.
CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS
MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY ROHTAK
Theory date sheet for D.Ed. 2nd Year Examination July 2011
Time of Exam. : 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Centre of Exam .: As per Roll No. Slip & Building Notice
Date Subject (Full Nomenclature) Paper P.Code
13-07-2011 Education in Emerging India I 14500
15-07-2011 Educational Psychology II 14501
19-07-2011 Primary Education and Teacher Functions III 14502
21-07-2011 Content cum Methodology in Language Hindi IV 14503
23-07-2011 Content cum Methodology in Language Hindi V 14504
26-07-2011 Content Cum Methodology in Mathematics VI 14505
28-07-2011 Content Cum Methodology in EVS Social Studies VII 14506
30-07-2011 Content Cum Methodology in EVS-II General Science VIII 14507
01-08-2011 Health and Physical Education IX 14508
03-08-2011 Art Edu. and work experience X 14509
Note: Before answering the question paper, the candidate should ensure that they have
been supplied the correct paper. Complaints in this regard, if any, shall not be
entertained after the examination.
2- The pager / mobile phone is not allowed in the examination centre.
3- Use of simple calculator is allowed. Exchanging of calculator is not allowed.
Controller of Examinations
MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY ROHTAK
Theory date sheet for B.Ed. (Special Education) Annual Examinations July 2011
Time of Exam.: 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Centre of Exam.: As per Roll No. Slip & Building Notice
Date Subject (Full Nomenclature) Paper P.Code
12-07-2011 Nature & Needs of various Disabilities I 14065
14-07-2011 Education in Emerging Indian Society II 14066
16-07-2011 Education Psychology and the Disabled III 14067
18-07-2011 Educational Mgt. Curriculum Designing & Research IV 14068
20-07-2011 Identification & Assessment of Mentally Retarded V 14069
22-07-2011 Mental Retardation its Multi Disciplinary Aspect VI 14070
25-07-2011 Curriculum & Teaching Strategies VII 14071
27-07-2011 Teaching of English VIII & IX Gr.A(i) 14072
29-07-2011 Teaching of Hindi VIII & IX Gr.A(ii) 14073
31-07-2011 Teaching of Social Science VIII & IX Gr.B(i) 14074
2-08-2011 Teaching of Mathematics VIII & IX Gr.B(ii) 14075
Note: Before answering the question paper, the candidate should ensure that they
have been supplied the correct paper. Complaints in this regard, if any, shall not
be entertained after the examination.
2- The pager / mobile phone is not allowed in the examination centre.
3- Use of simple calculator is allowed. Exchanging of calculator is not allowed.
Controller of Examinations

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