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Saturday, September 10, 2011

Delhi University (DU) Admission BEd BEl.Ed MEd Courses Date Form

Faculty of Education
Central Institute of Education (CIE)   
Department of Education

University Of Delhi
33, Chhatra Marg, University of Delhi, 
Delhi-1100007  Ph. 011-27667030, 27667509

Sale of Admission Forms : B.El.Ed. from May 20 to June 04, 2011;  B.Ed. from June 01 to June 15, 2011, M.Ed. from June 06 to June 15, 2011;   

Delhi University (DU) Admission BEd BEl.Ed. MEd courses 


1) Bachelor of Elimentary Education (BEl.Ed.)  
Eligibility: 10+2

2) Bachelor of Education (B.Ed)
Eligibility: Graduation

3) Master of Education (M.Ed)
Full time (one year), part time (tow years)

There will be seperate Common Entrance Test for each programme. 

Prospectus and application forms are available for Rs.350/- (cash) Only at the following branches of state bank of India : North Campus Delhi University; Gargi college, Shahdara, Prashant Vihar, Sector 11 Dwarka, B-Block Connaught place.

For details visit:

The University of Delhi is a central university situated in Delhi, India and is funded by Government of India. Established in 1922, it offers courses at the undergraduate and post-graduate level. Vice-President of India Mohammad Hamid Ansari is the Chancellor of the university. It has been ranked 371 in the whole world in the year 2010 by the THES - QS world universities ranking. The university has two campuses, namely north campus and south campus in the northern and southern part of the city respectively. The north campus is well connected with the yellow line of the Delhi Metro. The station is called Vishwavidyalaya, which means "university" in Hindi and Sanskrit. North campus is about 2.5 km from Delhi Vidhan Sabha and 7.0 km from ISBT.

KVPY Fellowship Award 2011

Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana


Basic Sciences (SA, SB+2(SX) and SB)

After scrutiny of application forms and based on the performance in the Board Examination(s), all the eligible candidates from Streams SA, SB+2(SX) and SB have to appear for a written aptitude test (conducted both in Hindi and English). The test will be conducted at different centers across the country on 31st   October 2010. The details of the venue of the aptitude tests will be put on the KVPY website  in October 2010. Based on the performance in the aptitude test, candidates will be called for the interview which is the final stage of the selection procedure.

The question paper in SA Stream will be both multiple choice objective and descriptive types. In the objective type, 4 choices for the correct answer will be provided and the choice for the correct answer has to be made. In the descriptive type solution to a problem, formula for a sum, etc., has to be worked out and written. The model question paper will be put in the web sometime in September, 2010.

SP (Basic Sciences) and SP (Medicine)  

KVPY applicant is required to submit the project report, chosen and executed by the candidate exclusively for this application. The projects done jointly with other candidates are not considered for KVPY Fellowship award. Applicant’s creativity and originality should be amply reflected in the project. This project has to be supervised by a teacher/professional in the relevant field. Based on the project submitted and scrutiny of the  application form, short listed candidates will be called for an interview, which is the final stage of the selection procedure. The interview will be conducted at IISc, Bangalore during the month of December 2010 or  January 2011.

Please Note that applications without the project report will not be considered. The project should not be a routine one (such as measuring a well known property of a material) The supervising teacher / professional is required to provide a recommendation letter certifying the extent of the applicant’s original contribution in the project.


What is the syllabus for the written test? 
There is no prescribed syllabus for the written test. The written test aims to test the understanding and analytical ability of the student than his/her factual knowledge. However, students are tested for the syllabus upto class XII.

I have completed my X Standard exam in 2009, am I eligible to apply for KVPY 2010?

(a) Stream SA: Students Joining in XI Std. (Science subjects) during the academic year 2010-2011 and having secured a minimum of 75% (65% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate in Mathematics and Science subjects in the X-Standard Board Examination. 

(b) Stream SB: Students enrolled in the Ist Year Science undergraduate program (B.Sc./B.S./integrated M.Sc.) during the academic year 2010-2011 and having secured a minimum of 60% (50% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate in Mathematics and Science subjects in the XII Standard Board Examination. 

(c) Stream SB+2 : Students enrolled in class 12 (+2) during the academic year 2010-2011 and aspiring to join undergraduate program in Basic Sciences (B.Sc./B.S./ Int. M.Sc) for the session 2011 – 2012 provided they secured a minimum of 75% (65% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate in MATHEMATICS and SCIENCE subjects in the X Standard Board Examination.

When can I be eligible for stream SP (Basic Sciences) and SP (Medicine)? 

Stream SP (Basic Sciences): Students enrolled in XI/XII standard, I/II year (B.Sc./B.S./Int. M.Sc.) in Basic Sciences during the academic year 2010 – 2011 and have secured a minimum of 60% (50% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate in the X & XII Standard Board Examinations. A hard copy of an original and creative science based research project done by the applicant is required along with the application. In addition to this, students enrolled in I/II year B.E./B.Tech./B.Arch. during the academic year 2010–2011 and have secured a minimum of 60% (50% for SC/ST) marks in aggregate in X and XII Standard Board Examinations. Students enrolled in the II year B.E./B.Tech./B.Arch. program  must have secured a minimum of 60% (50% for SC/ST) marks in the I year examination. A hard copy of an original and creative science based research project done by the applicant is required along with the application

Stream SP (Medicine): Students joining First/Second Professional year of M.B.B.S. program during the academic year 2009 - 2010. Students must have passed XII Standard Board Examination with 75% (65% for SC/ST) marks aggregate in Science subjects or passed First Professional MBBS exam with not less than 60% (50% for SC/ST) marks. 
A hard copy of the Bio – Medical research project done by the applicant is required along with the application. 

When does the KVPY advertisement come in the newspapers? 
The advertisement for the KVPY Fellowship appears in all the national dailies on May 11/2010 and July 11/ 2010.

Can I avail the KVPY Fellowship along with a merit scholarship? 
KVPY does not allow its Fellows to receive simultaneously fellowship/scholarship from more than one source, either government or private. In case they are in receipt of any other fellowship or scholarship they will have to relinquish it in order to avail the KVPY Fellowship.

What sort of project would be preferred (a working model or theoretical study?) 

Is there a word limit for the project report?

Is it compulsory to have a blue print of some proposal which has not been tried before?

Should the project strictly deal with a theme or a topic? 

Answers to 6, 7, 8 and 9: 
We look for evidence of originality and innovativeness in the project. It should be precise, demonstrable if it is an experiment. It should have a new idea or a new concept, if it is a theoretical study. Routine improvement of an existing idea is generally discouraged.

National Law School & Judicial Academy BA LLB Admission Assam

National Law School & Judicial Academy, Assam 


NLU Assam BA LLB Admission 

Evaluation System

Grading System:
Unless the Faculty otherwise decides and amend the rules,
Each of the undergraduate courses excepting Law papers shall be of 5 credit course for a paper,
Each of the Compulsory and Clinical course shall be of 6 credit course for a paper,
Each of the Optional course shall be of 8 credit course per paper, and
Each of the honours papers shall be of 10 credit course per paper.
Each paper shall be valued in 5 grades, Outstanding ( 80% or more score) with 5 grade point, Excellent (70 % or more) with 4 grade point, Good (60% or more with 3 grade point , Average (50% or more) with 2 grade point, Pass (40% or more) with 1 grade point, and Fail (less than 40%) with grade of 0.
All results shall be declared in Semester/Cumulative Grade Point Average (SGPA/CGPA) at the end of each Semester, as follows:

Courses of studyNo. of CoursesHighest

Grade Points

Credit Points
Total Grade- Credit ScoreTotal CGP
Under graduate courses: 3 subjects with four papers each and 2 papers in English, but does not include Law (as the major subject) papers14O Grade = 5570350
Compulsory Law papers2056100600
Clinical course papers045620120
Optional Law papers065830240
Honours courses0851040400

Cumulative Grade Point shall be calculated on the basis of 10 so as to calculate thus: Total maximum Grade point scored, 1710 / 260 = 6.78 which is to be treated equal to 10. So, individual CGPA is calculated on the basis of the total CGP/260 which then has to be expressed in terms of 10 (based on 6.78 to be 10). 

Evaluation Procedure:

The first level of examination is taken as a continuous process, at least with three tests during the semester as an ongoing evaluation, which may cover one third of the examination. This examination shall be measuring the information pack of the students. This is a quantitative measurement of information level. The test is on multiple choice and one line answer. This is a test without any book. It can not be more than 20%.
The ability of application of appropriate law on issues to be decided is to be assessed through problem tests at least twice during the semester as an ongoing process, one at the middle of the semester and other at the end. This test shall comprise at least 60% and shall preferably be with books.
The proactive learning ability and evaluation is to be examined through written project assignments and defense of the analysis, which generally comprise one fifth of the tests in each paper.
The faculty, of course, can revise the basis and methodology of examination from time to time based upon the nature of the course. Examination is an ongoing process integrating the teaching and learning system.
The examination system is to be transparent and objective, with ‘expected standard answer’ given by the evaluator to the class of students taking the test.
In the under-graduate studies there shall be all examinations by the internal teaching faculty of the subject concerned.
*The faculty concerned shall submit before hand to the Examination Committee the procedure of marking on the basis of the indicated standard of answer expected. Any dispute on the indicated standard answer can be openly contested to be decided by the Examination Committee, if required with the advice of an expert in the subject.
The faculty may give two repeat tests, in whole or in part, of course as indicated above in the scheme of examination. If the candidate fails thereafter, he/she may carry the course in the next semester subject to maximum of three papers.
The entire five years’ course has to be completed in a maximum of 8-year time.
The objective of organizing court room exercises and conducting moot court is to inculcate judicial culture amongst the law students. The University conducts court room exercises as an innovative teaching learning method from the very first semester so as to develop confidence and increase the research, drafting and argumentative capacity. The Faculty concerned in the subject shall keep the detail record in the Register of the Court Room Exercises/ Moot Court exercises and shall submit the same to the Faculty in charge of the Court Room Exercise at the end of the semester.

Rules of Promotion

Students must get at least a result of Pass grade i.e., a grade point of 1 to pass a paper.
The scheme of continuous evaluation shall be made known to the students at the beginning of the semester.
Two repeats shall be given either in part or in the whole of the scheme of the evaluation by the faculty in-charge of the course.
Three subjects can be carried over requiring registration during the time when the courses would be offered again in the immediately succeeding year. (Illustration: up to three of the first semester papers can be reregistered with the third semester, second semester course with the fourth semester and so on and so forth.)
All courses must be completed by the end of sixth semester. No one can carry forward any course of a year by more than a year. (Illustration: first semester courses remaining in arrear shall be completed within the third semester, second semester course within the fourth semester so on and so forth.)
Improvement can be offered in a paper once with the first repeat.
Result sheet with Cumulative Grade Point Aggregate (CGPA) shall be communicated to the parents with faculty observations, if any, at the end of each semester. The above rules and guidelines are provisional and shall be modified by the school authorities from time to time after these authorities are constituted.

Unfair means

‘Unfair means’ means and includes, any act or omission to obtain wrongful advantage through adoption of any questionable method adopted during the time of examination violating the norms of examination or to prevent or disturb holding of any examination through unlawful means as stipulated by the Examination Committee by way of rules, from time to time.

The National Law School & Judicial Academy, Assam has been established as a torchbearer in the field of education in the faculty of law. The institution has been established by “The National Law School & Judicial Academy, Assam Act” that is Assam Act XXV of 2009. The Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court is the President (Chancellor) of the Law School.

NLU Assam BA LLB Admission Date Application Form NLS&JAA

National Law School & Judicial Academy, Assam 


NLU Assam BA LLB Admission 


The Academy follows the Education Rules in Part IV of the Bar Council Rules under the Advocates Act, 1961 as provided in the Schedules in so far as maintaining the standards of Legal education is concerned in the Institution and strive for establishing and maintaining an Institution of Excellence.

The Academy will offer courses in Faculty of Law, Faculty of Social Science and Language. However, the Academy will initially introduce one stream of study, namely Arts, which shall be integrated with legal courses leading to the award of B.A.LL.B over a period of five years as prescribed under the Rules of the Bar Council of India. 

The teaching faculty in each course/subject as well as in Court Room exercise, tutorials, and other forms of teaching-learning process shall maintain the records of attendance as well as records of performance in the regular and continuous evaluation which must be periodically informed to the participating students. 

Minimum standard of attendance as may be stipulated by the Faculty from time to time, shall be maintained by the students in order to take the end of semester final test in each course/subject, provided however such a standard shall not be less than what is required under the Education Rules of the Bar Council as prescribed from time to time.

The Semester program, number of Courses of study and subjects will be designed as per the following norms:

Bachelors degree course is standardized by the University based on course design of the UGC/leading Indian and Foreign Universities as provided in the Rules.

The Law Degree courses are based on the subjects prescribed by the Bar Council of India, stating as follows: Compulsory papers are 20 in number, practical courses would be 4 papers of which 3 are only taught course, Optional courses are 6 and Honours/specialization courses are 8 papers, totaling 37 papers.

The Integrated dual degree programs are as follows:

Integrated Law Course Design
Total number of semesters: 10
Minimum No of Weekly program per semester: 18 weeks
Minimum number of courses for undergraduate part leading to BA:
English – 2 papers 
Social Science: 3 subjects with 4 papers each: 12 papers
Minimum number of Law courses:
Compulsory Law papers: 20 papers 
Clinical courses: 4 papers (including 1 non-taught course)  
Optional courses: 6 papers 
Honours/Specialization courses: 8 papers
Minimum number of Total courses leading to BA. LL.B = 51 papers
Papers per semester= 5 (One semester may have 6 with two comparatively lighter papers)

The Academy shall be free to increase number of subjects/courses/papers at any level without omitting any of the Compulsory Law and Clinical course papers. However, the clinical course on Moot Court and Internship diaries assessment does not require any regular lecture hours

The following are the additional guidelines for the course:
Normally students are required to work at least 36 class hours in a week and also additional hours in the Library.

Unless otherwise instructed by the faculty all courses other than honours courses in the first three years are “taught-courses” having a self-learning and a small research project/paper writing and presentation component in it. In a “taught course” one credit shall mean one class hour. As such a 6-credit course means 6 hours work per week.

Optional and compulsory law courses are first-grade mixed courses requiring 1-hour class room exercise including 1 hour weekly for moot court / tutorial exercise. Each subject/paper may require 2/3 hours of research work per week.
Honours course is a mixed course of research and taught.

Lectures in honours course is not expected to be more than 25% to 33 % of the entire teaching learning system. In honours course one credit shall mean one class hour and 2 to 3 research hours per week in normal condition. Therefore 10-credit honours course may mean 3 class hours and 7 research hours or as instructed by the faculty per week.

A student is required to self assess the capacity and the time available to apply for more than one honours/specializations, which may not be granted by the faculty unless the applicant is competent to take any additional load.
The Vice Chancellor may make appropriate adjustments in designing the integrated dual degree course subject to the guideline provided by the CDC and the Rules.

The Academy may prescribe the detail course design in any other courses to be introduced from time to time. (5) Each student shall take at least 3 subjects from the following subjects. The Academy may restrict the choice because of the availability or non-availability of faculty.


1. Economics 4. History
2. Political Science 5. Philosophy & Logic
3. Sociology 6. Psychology

Each of the above subjects shall have four papers.
There shall be a Director of the clinical and procedural courses, who shall preferably be a retired District Judge or a person with 15-20 years of practical professional experience.

The curriculum has been designed by taking cognizance of such courses in other National Law Universities, curriculum developed and proposed by Curriculum Development Committee of the Bar Council of India and of the University Grants Commission as also some of the leading Universities of the world.

The National Law School & Judicial Academy, Assam has been established as a torchbearer in the field of education in the faculty of law. The institution has been established by “The National Law School & Judicial Academy, Assam Act” that is Assam Act XXV of 2009. The Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court is the President (Chancellor) of the Law School.

The National Law School & Judiciary Academy, Assam is located in the capital city of Assam, Guwahati, with its permanent campus coming up at Agiyathuri, on the Northern bank of the Brahmaputra. Nestled in the midst of greenery with a campus area covering 21 acres, the Academy will offer the right atmosphere for educational pursuits and excellence. The area is likely to increase to 47 acres in the near future.

Recent times have seen an upsurge in the choice of law as a career and consequently enrollment to law courses. The National Law School & Judicial Academy, Assam has been established at an opportune time and is poised to make great strides in legal education in the state of Assam in particular and the country as a whole. 

The Academy will initially constitute a Faculty of Law, Faculty of Social Science and Language. With a strict admission and evaluation process, highly evolved curriculum and the best in the field to impart knowledge, the Academy will ensure that it delivers only the best legal talent to the system.