TIFAC Technology Information Forecasting and Assessment Council

Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council is an independent establishment and it was established on 1988 under the Department of Science & Technology to look ahead in engineerings, assess the technology trajectories, and support technology innovation by network actions in select engineering fields of national importance. It has also offered Scholarship Scheme for eligible candidate.

Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council has invites application form for Women Scientist Scholarship Scheme (WOS-C) 2011-2012 and it is also available on Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC) official website. The selection of the applicants is handled an all India Jevel written test followed by a thorough interview. Selected applicants will be given stipend for one year. The scholarship will be admissible for a period of time of 12 months and the amount of scholarship will be Rupees 12,500 per Month.

Recruitment 2012
Post name: IPR Scientist
Maximum Age : 35 years as on 01st Jan ,2012

Post Name:Principal Training Coordinator
Maximum Age : 35 years as on 01st Jan , 2012

Post Name: Accounts Assistant
Maximum Age : 30 years as on 01st Jan , 2012

Post Name: Training Assistant
Maximum Age : 30 years as on 01st Jan , 2012

Post name: Data Entry Operator
Maximum Age : 30 years as on 01st Jan , 2012

Contact Address
Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC)
Department of Science and Technology (DST)
‘A’ Wing, Vishwakarma Bhavan, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg
New Delhi 110016, India.

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Distance learning MBA from JBIMS Mumbai?

Hello,

I am looking for MBA through Distance learning from JBIMS mumbai. I have done B.E in Computer Science. Presently, I am working in Reliance.
So please explain what is the procedure for it???

Amit Pandita
amit.pandita16@gmail.com

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JBIMS Mumbai offers part time MMS program. Here is the detail.

Admission : Will be through entrance exam and GD

Pattern:
Type: MCOQ
Subjects: verbal ability, quantitative aptitude, logic, visual reasoning, reading comprehension and data interpretation

Eligibility:
The candidate should have graduation degree in any discipline from the recognized university.

Experience: The candidate should have minimum of 2 years of full time experience (supervisor or executive level)

Selection: On the basis of scholastic record, level and nature of practical experience and the performance in the selection programme conducted by the Institute.

Fees: Rs. 51,000 (per annum)

Executive MBA and Part Time MBA Difference ?

I am interested in doing MBA what is the difference between Executive MBA and Part Time MBA which is of 3 years , kindly tell me the syllabus and fee structure of both types of MBA and send me the brochures of both

Thanks

Swapnil Bhatt
swapnilbhatt@yahoo.com

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The executive MBA (EMBA) is for the full time employees who want to complete the graduation in two years. The part time MBA is very different from it. The contant of the both programs are different . The Classes are usually held on weekends and rely upon the collective experience of its participants.

For MBA programs the selection is done on the basis of GMAT scores and undergraduate grade averages.
EMBA programs do not require that candidates take the GMAT, focusing instead on the experiential background of their potential students.

MBA (Marketing) from IGNOU courses & fee?

Sir,
I basically done my graduation from Lucknow university Lucknow, i am working as sales officer in spcl, i want to do MBA (Marketing) from IGNOU. (Send me courses & fee structure).

Kindly advice me via E-mail.
Thanking you,
With Regards

Sanjay Sharma

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Syllabus:
MS-1 Management Functions and Behaviour
MS-2 Management of Human Resources
MS-3 Economic and Social Environment
MS-4 Accounting and Finance for Managers
MS-5 Management of Machines and Materials
MS-6 Marketing for Managers
MS-7 Information Systems for Managers
MS-8 Quantitative Analysis for Managerial Applications
MS-9 Managerial Economics
MS-10 Organisational Design, Development and Change
MS-11 Strategic Management
MS-21 Social Processes and Behavioural Issues
MS-22 Human Resource Development
MS-23 Human Resource Planning
MS-24 Employment Relations
MS-25 Managing Change in Organisations
MS-26 Organisational Dynamics
MS-27 Wage and Salary Administration
MS-28 Labour Laws
MS-41 Working Capital Management
MS-42 Capital Investment and Financing Decisions
MS-43 Management Control Systems
MS-44 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
MS-45 International Financial Management
MS-46 Management of Financial Services
MS-51 Operations Research
MS-52 Project Management
MS-53 Production/Operations Management
MS-54 Management Information Systems
MS-55 Logistics and Supply Chain Management
MS-56 Materials Management
MS-57 Maintenance Management
MS-58 Management of R&D and Innovation
MS-61 Consumer Behaviour
MS-62 Sales Management
MS-63 Product Management
MS-64 International Marketing
MS-65 Marketing of Services
MS-66 Marketing Research
MS-68 Management of Marketing Communication and Advertising
MS-611 Rural Marketing
MS-612 Retail Management
MS-91 Advanced Strategic Management
MS-92 Management of Public Enterprises
MS-93 Management of New and Small Enterprises
MS-94 Technology Management
MS-95 Research Methodology for Management Decisions
MS-96 Total Quality Management
MS-97 International Business MS-100 Project course (Equivalent to two courses)

Courses Fee : Rs/- 700

Admission in VBS university for Ph.d?

Sir.i want to take admission in VBS university for Ph.d. But i have no complete knowledge about the admission so plz help me.

Vimal shukla
Vimalshukla448@gmail.com

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Eligibility:
The candidate should have done master’s degree in the relevant stream with at least 55% marks (5% relaxation for SC/ST/PH candidates ) from recognized university . The candidates appearing in Final year/Final semester examination are also eligible to apply.

Admission: Will be through admission test conducted by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, Faizabad

Exam fee: For General/OBC candidates Rs. 800/-
For SC/ST candidates Rs. 400/

Syllabus: Will be same as the syllabus prescribed for UGC/CSIR/ICAR-NET-JRF Examinations.

Application Form :
The candidates can obtain the application form from the main branch of State Bank of India and Head Post Office of the cities.The candidates should fill the application form in the prescribed format and should send TO:
“The Registrar, Dr. Ram
Manohar Lohia Avadh University,
Faizabad-224001, U.P.”

Last date to Apply: 20th April , 2012

Sanitary Inspector fees and last date of admission?

I m hsc passed and want to know about the fees and last date of admission for the course of sanitary inspector at All India Institute of Local Self Government Sanitary Inspectors Diploma Course?

Manish jadhav
shilpa.vichare@sbi.co.in

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Eligibility:
The following candidates are eligible for direct admission :
-The candidate should have graduation degree in any discipline( Fine Arts, Music, Classical Dance, Languages )
-The candidate should have passed 10+2 with science stream .
-The candidates having Diploma in Engineering.
– The candidates having 2 year technical course after 10th Std. pass.

Admission: The admission will be on the basis of merit with preference to higher qualification.

Centres:
Thiruvananthapuram
Vadodara
Bhopal
Cochin
Indore
Jodhpur
Lucknow
Nagpur
Nashik
Navi Mumbai
New Delhi
Pune
Rajkot
Ahmedabad
Bangalore
Belgaum
Surat
Visakhapatnam

DCRUST murthal direct or AIEEE Score?

sir r there any forms for DCRUST murthal or or we get admission directly based on AIEEE and can u please provide me cutoff for this college.plz plz plz

smriti

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DCRUST offer B.Tech in the following branches:
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Electronics & Communication Engineering
Computer Science Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Bio-Technology
Bio-Medical Engineering

Eligibility:
The candidate should have done 12th from recognized Board/University with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects with at least 55% from recognized university .

Admission: The college does not offer direct admission. The admission will be through AIEEE exam.

IC 33 Life Insurance New Syllabus?

from when new syllabus of IC 33 Life Insurance is going to be applicable?
kindly send me new syllabus model question paper as pdf file.

Bhushan Waghmare
bhu_wagh@yahoo.com

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Principles Of Life Assurance
Life insurance contracts.
Principle of utmost good faith.
Insurable Interest
Principle of Indemnity.
Different risks

Introduction to Insurance :
Classification of risks.
The human asset.
Insurance as a social security tool.
Role of Insurance in economic development
What is insurance.
Purpose and need of insurance

Premiums And Bonus
Life fund
Actuarial valuation
Bonus
What is Premium?
Premium calculation

Life Insurance Products
Variable Insurance plans..
Salary Savings Schemes.
Riders.
Annuities,
Group Insurance
Basic Elements.
Some popular plans

Underwriting
Assessing risks.
Adverse selection.
Non-medical underwriting.
Recent Trends
Introduction.
Classification of risk
Financial underwriting

Insurance Documents
Endorsements
Prospectus.
Proposal form and personal statement.
First / renewal premium receipt.
Policy document

Policy Conditions
Assignment , Nomination
Surrenders and loan.
Foreclosure.
Alterations.
Married Women’s Property Act policy.
Age , Days of grace,
Lapse and Non – forfeiture,
Paid up value,
Revival,

Linked Life Insurance Products

What is a linked policy
Option of funds.
Net asset value(nav)
Flexibility.
Lock-in.
Charges.
Ulip and traditional insurance.
Annuities and pensions.

Insurance Agency
Definition of an agent.
Agents’ Regulations.
Procedure for becoming an agent.
Methods of remunerating agents.
Functions of agents.
Agency as a profession.
Responsibilities of an agent.
Prerequisites for success.
Ethical behavior.

Claims
Maturity claims
Survival benefit payments
Death claims.
Accident and disability benefits.
Claims Concession

Law and regulations
Consumer Protection Act, 1986.(COPA)
Ombudsman,
Income tax Act,
MWP Act.
Rural and social sectors.
Micro Insurance
Insurance Act 1938.
LIC Act, 1956.
IRDA Act 1999

Annexure
IRDA Licensing of corporate Agents Regulation 2002.
IRDA Licensing of Insurance Agents Regulation 2000.
Financial Market, Capital Market, Stock Technicals etc.