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I am interested in applying for a Master’s programme in biotechnology. Could you please give me a list of courses and the eligibility criteria?

Eligibility of MSc in biotechnology is a bachelor’s degree in biology/physical/agriculture/veterinary science/pharmacy/engineering/four-year bachelor science in physician assistant course/medicine/forestry/fisheries with 55 % aggregate. However, many universities fix higher qualifying aggregate marks like 60 – 70%. Generally admission to postgraduate courses in biotechnology is on the basis of an entrance exam.

JNU-New Delhi, conducts a combined entrance exam on May 18,2007 for admission to 29* universities for MSc Biotech and two universities, the Anna University, Chennai and the West Bengal University of Technology, Kolkata, for MTech Biotech listed below with a * next to them. The last date for applying is March 16,2007.

Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh Allahbad Agricultural Institute Deemed University, District.
All India Institute of Medical Science, Jamia Millia Islamia*, and Jawaharlal Nehru University*, New Delhi

Banaras Hindu University , Varanasi*

Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan

Birla Institute of Technology and Science(BITS), Pilani. MS Biomedical Science, four-year integrated course.

Chaudhary Devi Lal University and Guru Jambheshwar University* Haryana

Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut

Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore*

GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Uttarcanchal*.

Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Punjab*

Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla* IIIT –Roorkee, Uttaranchal.

Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi*

Kumaun University, Uttaranchal*

NIPER, Mohali

Punjabi University, and Thapar Institure of Engineering and Technology*

University of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

University of Allahabad, Allahabad.

I am in class X11 with physics, chemistry and biology. I am keen to know the courses in forensic science and its scope?

Forensic experts play a major role in the investigation of crime. As you have been following the Nithari killing being flashed in the national dailies virtually everyday, you would have read about the role played by forensic experts in identifying the victims and making sense of the clues.
As Forensic Science is all about applying scientific principles for crime investigation, forensic experts are drawn from a wide range of scientific disciplines. They work closely with the police to provide scientific evidence that is admissible in a court of law. Often the fate of a criminal case in court hinges on the availability of forensic evidence.

Due to sharp rise in the incidence of crime and fraud, there is an acute shortage of forensic scientists in the country. Opportunities exist in investigation agencies of the government such as the Intelligence Bureau(IB), the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the CID, the Central Police Organization(CPO) and the crime cells of state police etc.

Forensic experts essentially work in forensic labs to establish labs to establish a link between the criminal and the crime committed by analyzing the physical evidence like hair, fibre fingerprints, blood, and semen discharged bullets etc obtained from the scene of the crime. Contrary to what we see in films, this is not a glamorous field. Instead , it involves a great deal of hard, painstaking work, besides endless appearances in court, although the satisfaction of having cracked a tricky case or having nailed a criminal is immense.

For the fist time, Delhi University has launched a unique BSc Honours course in forensic science. The course will be offered at SGTB Khalsa College, north campus and subsequently at other colleges. ]

Amity University, NOIDA,

Manipur University, Canchipur, Imphal

Dr Harivansh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar, Madya Pradesh.

Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Orissa

Karnatak University offers BSc with criminology and forensic science/forensic anthropol as optional/core subjects.

Criminology is also offered as a subject at the BA level in many universities.

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How to decide which carrier is best for me?

Dreams galore

You all have worked hard to ensure that you come out with flying colours in your senior secondary exams. Now, what next after class XII? That question must have come up several times, probably even before you were out of school.
For those who are very sure about the career they want to choose it’s great. However there are many students who are eager to take off but are not sure which career option to choose.
Remember; it is not the number of alphabets in your qualification that lands you a pluml job but your kar ke dikhayega attitude.
This can come only with confidence, which in turn comes from rigorous preparation.
Earlier course options after higher secondary were rather limited to engineering, medical, CA , CS and ICWA, however today courses like BBA, BBS, BCA, BHM, BMS , integrated management and IT programmes etc., prepares a student for exciting careers in management and information technology.

Here‘s a brief idea about some of new age career options:


The need for good managers is bound to increase everywhere in the years to come. Resources are scarce and efficient management of these resources is the key to survival.
Management as a profession offers a promising future for those who possess leadership qualities, an analytical mind, problem-solving abilities, effective organizational and communication skills, and an excellent academic record. A Bachelor in Business Administration ( or studies) ( BBA or BBS), a three-year programme, is one of the most sought after courses at the under graduate level. This degree from a reputed university or college can ensure a sound start to rewarding and challenging career in management.
You can get entry-level professional jobs as management or executive trainee in banking, consultancy, finance, FMCG( fast moving consumer goods), consumer durables, information technology, industrial goods, advertising and other sectors.


Information Technology is seen as the vehicle for future development, the force that will shape our tomorrow. Computer’s and communication technologies are the main components of IT. Indian IT professionals are much in demand. They are taking the global software industry by storm with their sharp technical skills coupled with excellent command over English. The demand for Indian IT professionals at times far exceeds supply. This is the reason why several new institutes have come up, offering degree courses in Bachelor of Information Systems( BIT) and Bachelor of computer Application (BCA).


Commerce offers enormous opportunities with the increasing professionalism in all sectors of the economy, A student who wishes to be a Chartered Accountant ( CA ), Company Secretary ( CS), Cost or Management Accountant( accredited to the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India or ICWAI), Mater of Business Administration(MBA) or plans to take up a career in the field of Commerce, normally pursues B.Com at the graduate level. A B.Com Degree course is offered by almost all the universities across India. Some colleges and universities conduct an entrance test for students. The test includes objective type questions on Economics, Money Banking, Accountancy, Business Organization, Mathematics, Language, etc.


In keeping with the changing times and in response to the new challenges posed by disappearing international borders, professionals in law are now needed to master new skills.
Yes, they are no longer mere lawyers in the traditional sense of the term but hardcore professionals with an international perspective and plenty of corporate savvy.
The legal profession is today one of the fastest growing and lucrative professions all over the world. It happens to be one of the most adventurous and exciting as well. One can pursue either a five year course after higher secondary or a three-year course after graduation in any discipline, leading to a B.A., LL.B(Hons). The five year course usually covers practical training too.

Hotel Management

The growth of domestic and international travel for business as well as pleasure has contributed greatly towards the growth of the hotel industry. Today easier and faster modes of travel are available and this has brought about a change in the attitudes of tourist from all over the world.
All over India there are more than 200 institutes which provide training in hotel management. Courses run by reputed hotel chains are the most coveted.

Skills needed to clear these tests : -

Many institutes giving degrees like BBA, BMS, Law, Hotel Management etc. conduct an entrance test which tests individuals on various aptitude areas like Maths, Logical Reasoning, Language Current and Business Awareness etc.

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How to stay connected ?

Staying connected

It doesn’t matter how excited you are about your partner if you are unable to stay on the same wavelength and keep a connection over time. Then it is possible that your relationship will suffer from major problems. To maintain that magical feeling of love and intimacy in a relationship we have to be willing to take charge of trhe quality of the connection in our relationships. The exciting thing is that it doesn’t matter if your relationship is at the prenatal stage or if it’s around 20-25 years old, these things will work to deepen your connection.

Express the feeling

Express to your partner what you feel about them every day. Do this even if you are in different corners of the world. Show your care. Saying “ I love you” doesn’t deepen a connection unless it’s accompanied by actions. Leave love notes under your partner’s pillow when you are going to be out of town. Hug your partner every time he/she walks in the door.

Nurture the kid within

Keep in mind that no matter how grown up your partner seems they are kids from within. We are all really just kids that have bodies that are ageing. Inside all of us are the unmet needs of our childhood as well as the playful spontaneous joyful child that we once were. Throughout the time you spend with your partner, see if you can notice the child inside them. Respond to that kid just as you would to a kid who has not yet grown older.

Bedtime stories

If you live together, go to bed at the same time, everynight. That means turning off the TV, the night-light and phone. This is your time together. Cuddle and talk, make love if the urge strikes but that is not the point. The point is to talk about your day, your worries and hopes. If you don’t live together, talk on the phone.

Touchy Business

Touch your partner as often as possible, and get them to touch you as often as possible. Skin to skin contact increases a hormone called oxytocin, the hormone of love. Oxytocin increases trust and a sense of safety; it reduces stress and increases your sexual arousal.

Play Time

Be playful in your interactions. Have a sense of humor in times of stress. Find something playful to do that you both enjoy. In our culture we tend to get serious and think that if an activity is not goal directed it has no purpose. Yet play expands your perception develops your imagination and gives us happiness.

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How to reduce your obesity?

Fat To Fit,
Take a Few Steps
Do you really have to hunt for clothes that will fit you?
Whenever there is a sale, do you come back disappointed because the clothes on sale are for ‘normal’ people?
Do you feel a little guilty when you bite burger?
To put it plainly, are you obese?
Even if you are, stop worrying. Just read on and find out how you can shed those extra pounds and war the clothes you always dreamt of.

Crammed apartments with little space to exercise, long hours at the office the junk food for lunch and the quick bites al add up to make you overweight and obese.

Obesity is a major risk factor for diabetes. Now don’t confuse being obesity and overweight. Overweight is excess body weight whereas obesity means having high proportion of body fat. If physical exercises are nil and the intake of high calorie food is high you are prone to obesity.

Obesity takes a toll on you both physically and mentally. It makes you feel tired, gets you those awkward glances and invites a host of other diseases, diabetes being one of them. When the pancreas doesn’t produce any or enough insulin, it leads to accumulation of excess of sugar in the blood, which is bad for you.

The simplest way of tackling both of these health problems is to maintain a healthy weight, exercise regularly and inculcate healthy eating habits. Exercising for 30 minutes everyday is good enough. It’s not necessary to go for strenuous exercise, even walking can do wonders.

Simple Exercise To Reduce Weight
1.Climb stairs. Even if you don’t have much room indoors, there would be stairs; use them.
2.Try to clean your floors without the vacuum cleaner. Bring on the good old jhadu pochha.
3.Try keeping a pet.
4.Each time your pet has to go out to answer nature’s call, you need to take him or her out!

Yoga Exercises

Video of Weight loss Yoga Exercise
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Swami Ramdev is perfect guru to teach Yoga. And he is very popular because of his techniques of Kapalbhati pranayam. But only problem is that his all videos are in Hindi. Still I am trying to show you two Video one is his interview and second one is Kapalbhati pranayama which is very effective way to loose weight.

Swami Ramadev at London

Yoga method to reduce weight(It is in hindi, As i will find english video i will update video)

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How to Minimize Exam Stress?

Tips for Minimizing Exam Stress

1.It’s never too late to make a revision plan or timetable. Doing so will help you prioritise your work. But be realistic!

2.Schedule regular breaks and do take them. Make breaks longer as the day goes on. Most people can only concentrate fully for about 45 minutes at a time.

3.Avoid late night revisions. Work on your most difficult subjects during your ‘peak’ study hours.

4.Try to get enough sleep – tiredness promotes anxiety. Spend some time unwiding before you go to bed.

5.Make sure you spend some time relaxing and having fun.

6.Consider revising with friends – splitting responsibility for obtaining photocopies and revision nots can save a lot of time.

7.Avoid people who create panic. It can be contagious! Try not to have post mortems of each exam as this can increase the anxiety level about later papers.

8.Study always in quiet area away from noises and people in the house. Make sure your desk is tidy and organized as it will enable you to find all relevant information at one place instead of searching all over the house.

9.Make a ‘to do ‘ list before each study session. Breaking tasks down into small and manageable tasks will make it less overwhelming.

10.Look for past exam papers. They can give a fair idea of the examination pattern. It can help you in identifying the areas where you need more practice.

11.Don’t get distracted by the phone or emails.

12.Write down key concepts you have learned on small sheets and paste them around your house.

13.It helps remembering things like equations, quotes and date etc.

14.Writing practice should be done by solving different questions.

15.Deep breathing, yoga or any other relaxation techniques improve concentration.

16.Quickest and most effective way of elimination stress is to shut down your eyes and take deep breaths.

17.Never fear exams, avoid panic and do not worry about your results. Give your best shots and move over.

18.Eat right to beat stress

19.Cut down on table salt and other sources of sodium.

20.Drink only moderate amount of coffee and tea and remember that caffeine is present in both. Caffeine and nicotine are stress stimulates.

21.You should have eight big glasses of fluid daily. This helps to flush waste products out of the body.

22.Eat food rich in potassium like oranges and bananas.

23.Be sure to get enough calcium as you tend to lose it when you are stressed. Try ot have at least two glasses of skimmed milk everyday.

24.Intake of Vitamin Band C is important. Increase the intake of green leafy vegetables, milk, egg etc.

25.Try smaller meals frequently, rather than big ones. The additional small meals can be afternoon or bedtime snacks.

26. Visualize Positive things and have positive attitude before going to examination hall.

Some tips for parents

1.Students can fail to do well if they fail to cope with stress. Parents should guide their children in planning, organizing and setting a time table.

2.Parents must provide right kind of motivation and a conductive environment.

3.Help the child to develop self- discipline, self- confidence, self –direction and a sense of achievement.

4.The achievement goals should be realistically set according to the child’s capability. Do not impose your anxieties and expectations on him/her.

5.Humour relieves tension. Be light and humorous with the child.

6.Discuss his problems with him and help him to find a solution.Exams are not the end of the world.

7.Accept that expectation for everyone to do well is unrealistic as many won’t pursue this for long.


How to develop Social Skills?


Hi folks!
It is our social skills that help us to work with others, initiate and sustain personal relationships, function effectively as members of a team/group and lead other people. Social skills are important in all aspects of our lives in the community and at work. If you are of the opinion that only professionals in the hospitality business or in media industry require social skills, think again. You may be a senior scientist, a business man, a social workers or a mathematician, but you cannot ignore social skills. Employers are increasingly looking for people who not only possess the technical/professional competence needed to perform well but also those who possess ‘people’ skills or ‘soft’ skills.

Social skills include the ability to communicate and to work harmoniously with others. This is nothing new because we have all been learning how to deal with others and co-exist from the time we were born, through school and college and into the workplace. Social skills may appear to come easily to some people, but that does not reveal the amount of time, effort and attention to detail they would have put into building and maintaining their relationships.
If your social skills are not as up to mark, there is nothing to stop you form learning. Start by the simple measure of making good eye contact, smiling and positive body language. Sometimes, lack of social skills stems from having too little interaction with others. You can resolve that by making an effort to join a club or meeting up with your interpersonal contemporaries/friends and associates every few weeks to catch up and establish ease in your interpersonal communication.

Communication is about expressing and exchanging ideas and feelings with one another. Some people are inhibited because they feel that it is not necessary to share opinions, feelings, news or knowledge. Unwillingness to initiate communication also shows a lack of empathy. You are unwilling to imagine or overlooking reasons why others should be interested in your feeling and knowledge.

Effective communication is always a two way process. When you are ready to share information, thoughts, feeling etc, it also means that you are willing to listen and receive feedback. Listening well is crucial to competence in communication and enhancement of social skills. When there is a dialogue, it can help to erase mind blocks and avoid misunderstanding.
Building rapport is central to developing strong, meaningful relationships. Rapport hinges on empathy, which emerges out of casual conversations about family, sports, children and everyday life. Being able to detect and have insights about other people’s feelings, motives and concerns can lead to a sense of rapport. To sustain a collaborative work environment, it is also important for the group to have fun together. Groups that being in each other’s company, joking and sharing good times amass emotional capital which helps them to excel in good times and also to get through the bad times. Social skills help to get through bad times.
Social skills help to initiate and establish networks and relationships, but maintaining them demands both skills and commitment.

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How to invest in Art?

Leading art experts advise you on the right artists and art to invest

Don’t just go for the prestigious artists. Buy the work of some, young budding artists too.
Buy something with passion, not just as an investment. The work is most likely to go up in value anyway.
Research the artist and his work
Read the latest art magazines and publications. Be up-to-date with information.
Attend as many art events as possible
Refine and develop your eye for art.
Keep a list of galleries and visit exhibitions.
If you buy an artist who is not living, you will need proper documentation. Have a condition report made.
Remember, there are a number of things a collector should be looking at. Insurance is one of them.

Who would have thought, a decade ago, that art could be a sound investment? Well, many people did and today investing in art is big. But how does a novice begin investing in art? Says Aporajita Mukerji owner of an online art portal, “the most important investments are knowledge and appreciation. Enroll for an art appreciation course, read up exhaustively on the net and peruse catalogues and art letters as well.”
Adds art collector Harsh Goenka who estimates the current art market in India to be worth about Rs 1,200 crore ( $ 240000), “ one needs to have an eye for spotting good works and a fairly good understanding of the artist, “ he says, “ The established ones, of course. Then there are many promising youngsters in Baroda as well.” For those who are keen on investing, his advice is , “ Go by your gut feel. Visit galleries, look at art and most importantly, ask questions.”
Likewise, Neville Tulli who heads Osian’s feels that the market is at a very nascent stage at the global level. For him, the value of an artwork in the medium-long term is the historical significance of the artist and his work. Independent curator and gallery owner Vikram Sethi opines that India has an undefined art market that needs to be tapped. He believes that quality art makes for a good investment. To him, it’s the youngsters who hold promise. But he cautions that only those with strength in their art will have lasting value.” Art is a great investment and buying art is sexy as it puts you on the top of the world,” he states.
The art market is growing, with awareness spreading across the globe about the potential contemporary Indian art as an investment, According to art dealer Ashish Balram Nagpal, art that is honest and not merely pretty, will survive. “ An artist should stick to his personal stand, for the statement that his art wants to make, “ he believes.
Art collector and a regular at art events, Pritish Nandy says, “As the art market is a nascent one, estimates regarding its size are vague. But it is growing and will soon be comparable to art markets overseas. “A good and sound art investment can be of three types: contemporary masters, the old classics, and new and young talent. According to him, artist to watch out for are Prabhakar Barve, Vaikuntam, Laxman Gaud, Jeram Patel, Shakti Burman, Ghulam Mohammed Sheikh, scultures like Prithpal Singh Ladi and Himmat Shah.

How to crack IIT-JEE?

IIT JEE Syllabus 2009


The IIT-JEE is not only a test of a student’s preparation but also how well he can handle the pressure.

Introduction of new format in IIT-Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) from this year has set in a wave of ambiguity among the aspirations. But hard work coupled with a smart study can achieve an unprecedented target.

The changed pattern of IIT-JEE would now have two papers each consisting of three sections from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics respectively.

The question paper would include variety of questions including objective types, multiple choice, passage based, numerical and single choice questions.

With IIT-JEE preparation at its peak students should adopt a systematic and planed approach towards their preparations. They should work around the three pillars of success conceptual clarity, contextual familiarity and application expertise.

Mock test papers :

These papers will help you to get indepth knowledge about the pattern of Examination held by IIT ( Download Acrobet Reader)

Sample papers of IIT JEE :

After doing Mock test papers these papers will help you to check what you have learn till now:-
Vidyaalankar papers

Previous Year Papers :-

Faculty Notes and Papers :-

Online coaching, Question Paper and Solutions :-

Here I am giving you some links which will show you right direction towards your goal :-

Three things which all students need:-

Topics which are scoring and should be cover first( subject wise list) :-

Physics : Thermodynamics, Conduction and Convection of Heat , Hydrostatics and Bernoulli's Principle, Waves in Elastic Media, Interference Beats and Doppler's Effect, Electrostatics (full) , Electromagnetic Induction, Lorentz' Forces, Circuits with Capacitors, Modern Physics (full), Collisions, Rotational Motion, Gravitation, Elasticity.

S.H.M.Chemistry : Atomic Structure, Bonding, Redox Reactions, Volumetric Analysis, Chemical Equilibrium and Kinetics, Ionic Equilibria, Electrochemical Cells, Solutions, Hess's Law, Organic Chemistry (full) with special stress on reaction mechanism of reactions named in the syllabus, Oxyacids of P,S, C & N, Properties of Ozone Thiosulphates, H2O2, Coordination Compounds.

Mathematics : Calculus (full), Quadratic Equations and Expressions, Complex Numbers, Progressions, Solution of Triangles, Solution of Trigonometric Equations, Vector Analysis, Straight Lines, either Circles or Conic section.

Coaching Institues of IIT JEE

The best way to Prepare for IIT is Kota. There are various Institutes in kota but i am mentioning Top institutes :-

1. Bansal Classes ( known for its Mathematics Department because Mr.V.K.Bansal (Its owner) himself Teach Maths here) situated at . 'GAURAV TOWER',A-10, IPIA, ROAD NO. 1, JHALAWAR ROAD, KOTA.Telephone Numbers : 0744-2423738 / 2423739 / 2421097 / 2424097

2. Resonance( known for its Physics because Mr.R K Verma ( Resonance owner ) himself teach physics here) Address of RESONANCE, J-2, Jawahar Nagar Main Road, Kota Raj - 324005 Ph. No.: +91-744-3291927, 3297127, 2437144 FAX No.: +91-744-5121888

3. Awasthi classes (specififcally for chemistry only)

4.Naryana( South Indian Institute which is trying to penetrate its root at coaching hub kota in IIT JEE)

5.Carrer Point( Its number one institute for AIEEE and PET).
112, Shakti Nagar, Kota - Rajasthan (India) Pin : 324 009
Phone : (91) 0744-5121491, 5121492, 2500092, 2505269, 2505270
Fax : (91) 0744 - 2500892
email :

The only problem with institutes in kota is that, best teachers of Kota teach only Bright and Intellegent students of their institues , rest of the students teached by other faculties.

Institutes in Delhi

1.Fiitjee Group Home - Main
ICES House,Kalu Sarai Sarvpriya Vihar New Delhi-110016Ph.: 011 - 26865182, 26854102, Fax : 011 - 26513942 e-mail :

2.Vidyamandir Classes Plot No 2 & 3, Central Market 1st Floor, Punjabi Bagh (W), New Delhi, Delhi 110026011 42466726

Following guidelines can really help the students for final round of preparation for IIT-JEE :

15 days before IIT-JEE

  • Scan all the topics in a stipulated time frame.
  • Plan your schedule for your revision and exercise.
  • Start concentration on the topics that you have covered rather wasting time on new topics particularly when exam is just 15 days ahead.
  • Revise all important concepts and formulas to recall them without any effort or thought.
  • The IIT-JEE test carries negative marking for wrong answer. So your familiarity with concepts would play a critical role.

7 days before IIT-JEE

  • Master Time Management Skills
  • Divide the total time into components based on total number of questions and your conceptual knowledge.
  • Develop the habit of gauging question whether you will be able to solve it.
  • You should reach the test center at least half an hour before the exam.
  • Some students complain of nausea or headache during the test of just before the test. So keep relevant medicine handy.

During the IIT-JEE

  • Enter the examination hall in a positive mood to crack the test.
  • Re-check your stationeries and synchronize your wristwatch with the center’s clock
  • Invest time in reading the instructions quickly.
  • Be attentive in filling the information sheet. Clarify even your simplest doubt with the exam supervisor.
  • Do not use a red pen or pen where data is to be filled with pencil only.
  • Read all instructions carefully. Also see, which question carry negative marks.
  • Give all three subjects equal time that means 60 minutes each for physics, chemistry and mathematics.
  • Concentrate on one question at a time.
  • Use a diagram or value of constants given in the paper in solving a numerical. If the value is not mentioned, use the one you remember.
  • Carry out all rough work only in the space given in the paper.
  • Attempting to solve all questions in haste increases the chances of error. It is better to solve slightly fewer questions faultlessly.
  • While attempting questions, go on segregating them by putting some identification mark. These questions are from topics that you have prepared.

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How to get Project Reports and Information?

Hello My dear Friends,

This important question is often asked by engineering student, who wanna work on projects regarding to their summer training or other fields.