Monday, 8 October 2012

TNPSC GROUP 4 RESULT

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tnpsc group 4 results

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Top universities in World

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Top 200 THE World University Rankings 2012-13


1 California Institute of Technology – United States (1)


2 University of Oxford – United Kingdom (4)


3Stanford University – United States (2)


4 Harvard University – United States (2)


5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology – United States (7)

6 Princeton University – United States (5)

7 University of Cambridge – United Kingdom (6)

8 Imperial College London – United Kingdom (8)

9 University of California, Berkeley – United States (10)

10 University of Chicago – United States (9)

11 Yale University – United States (11)

12 ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich – Switzerland (15)

13 University of California, Los Angeles – United States (13)

14 Columbia University – United States (12)

15 University of Pennsylvania – United States (16)

16 Johns Hopkins University – United States (14)

17 University College London – United Kingdom (17)

18 Cornell University – United States (20)

19 Northwestern University – United States (26)

20 University of Michigan – United States (18)

21 University of Toronto – Canada (19)

22 Carnegie Mellon University – United States (21)

23 Duke University – United States (22)

24 University of Washington – United States (25)

25 Georgia Institute of Technology – United States (24)

26 University of Texas at Austin – United States (29)

27 University of Tokyo – Japan (30)

28 University of Melbourne – Australia (37)

29 National University of Singapore – Singapore (40)

30 University of British Columbia – Canada (22)

31 University of Wisconsin Madison – United States (27)

32 University of Edinburgh – United Kingdom (36)

33 University of Illinois – Urbana – United States (31)

34 McGill University – Canada (28)

35 University of Hong Kong – Hong Kong (34)

36 University of California, Santa Barbara – United States (35)

37 Australian National University – Australia (38)

38 University of California, San Diego – United States (33)

39 London School of Economics and Political Science – United Kingdom (47)

40 École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne – Switzerland (46)

41 New York University – United States (44)

43 Karolinska Institute – Sweden (32)

44 University of North Carolina – United States (43)

=44 University of California, Davis – United States (38)

=44 Washington University in Saint Louis – United States (41)

46 Peking University – China (49)

47 University of Minnesota – United States (42)

48 University of Munich – Germany (45)

49 University of Manchester – United Kingdom (48)

50 Pohang University of Science and Technology – Korea, Republic of (53)

51 Brown University – United States (49)

52 Tsinghua University – China (71)

53 Ohio State University – United States (57)

54 Boston University – United States (54)

55 Kyoto University – Japan (52)

56 University of Southern California – United States (55)

57 King’s College London – United Kingdom (56)

58 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven – Belgium (67)

59 École Normale Supérieure, Paris – France (59)

60 Seoul National University – Korea, Republic of (124)

61 Pennsylvania State University – United States (51)

61 École Polytechnique – France (63)

62 University of Sydney – Australia (58)

64 Leiden University – Netherlands (79)

65 Hong Kong University of Science and Technology – Hong Kong (62)

66 University of Queensland, Australia – Australia (74)

67 Utrecht University – Netherlands (68)

68 Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology – Korea, Republic of (94)

69 Purdue University – United States (98)

70 University of Göttingen – Germany (69)

71 Wageningen University and Research Center – Netherlands (75)

72 Erasmus University Rotterdam – Netherlands (157)

73 University of Massachusetts – United States (64)

74 University of Bristol – United Kingdom (66)

75 Rice University – United States (72)

76 University of Pittsburgh – United States (59)

77 Delft University of Technology – Netherlands (104)

78 Universität Heidelberg – Germany (73)

79 Emory University – United States (75)

80 Durham University – United Kingdom (83)

81 Université Pierre et Marie Curie – France (84)

82 Lund University – Sweden (80)

83 University of Amsterdam – Netherlands (92)

84 University of Montreal – Canada (104)

85 University of New South Wales – Australia (173)

86 Nanyang Technological University – Singapore (169)

87 Tufts University – United States (77)

88 McMaster University – Canada (65)

89 University of Groningen – Netherlands (134)

89 University of Zurich – Switzerland (61)

91 University of Colorado – United States (77)

92 Université Paris-Sud – France (Not ranked)

93 Ghent University – Belgium (106)

94 Michigan State University – United States (96)

95 University of Notre Dame – United States (89)

96 University of California, Irvine – United States (86)

97 University of Maryland College Park – United States (94)

98 University of Arizona – United States (97)

99 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin – Germany (109)

100 Monash University – Australia (117)

101 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey – United States (81)

102 University of Rochester – United States (81)

103 University of York – United Kingdom (121)

104 Case Western Reserve University – United States (93)

105 Technische Universität München – Germany (88)

106 Uppsala University – Sweden (87)

107 Vanderbilt University – United States (70)

108 University of St. Andrews – United Kingdom (85)

109 University of Helsinki – Finland (91)

110 University of Sheffield – United Kingdom (101)

111 University of Sussex – United Kingdom (99)

112 Trinity College Dublin – Ireland, Republic of (117)

113 University of Cape Town – South Africa (103)

114 Eindhoven University of Technology – Netherlands (115)

115 Maastricht University – Netherlands (197)

116 Aarhus University – Denmark (125)

117 Stockholm University – Sweden (131)

118 University of Virginia – United States (135)

119 Royal Holloway, University of London – United Kingdom (107)

120 University of Nottingham – United Kingdom (140)

121 University of Alberta – Canada (100)

122 University of California, Santa Cruz – United States (110)

123 University of Florida – United States (125)

124 Chinese University Hong Kong – Hong Kong (151)

125 Dartmouth College – United States (90)

126 University of Warwick – United Kingdom (157)

127 Radboud University Nijmegen – Netherlands (159)

128 Freie Universität Berlin – Germany (151)

129 Tokyo Institute of Technology – Japan (108)

130 University of Copenhagen – Denmark (135)

131 University of Lausanne – Switzerland (116)

132 University of Southampton – United Kingdom (127)

133 University of Geneva – Switzerland (130)

134 Indiana University – United States (123)

134 National Taiwan University – Taiwan (154)

135 University of Utah – United States (113)

136 Hebrew University of Jerusalem – Israel (121)

137 Tohoku University – Japan (120)

139 University of Glasgow – United Kingdom (102)

140 Royal Institute of Technology – Sweden (187)

140 VU University Amsterdam – Netherlands (159)

141 University of Basel – Switzerland (111)

142 University of Leeds – United Kingdom (133)

144 University of Freiburg – Germany (189)

145 Lancaster University – United Kingdom (131)

145 Queen Mary, University of London – United Kingdom (127)

147 Osaka University – Japan (119)

148 Arizona State University – United States (127)

149 Technical University of Denmark – Denmark (178)

150 Boston College – United States (195)

151 University of Bern – Switzerland (112)

151 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology – Germany (196)

153 University of Exeter – United Kingdom (156)

154 University of California, Riverside – United States (143)

155 RWTH Aachen University – Germany (168)

156 Texas A&M University – United States (164)

156 Yeshiva University – United States (154)

158 University of Birmingham – United Kingdom (148)

158 University of São Paulo – Brazil (178)

159 Tel Aviv University – Israel (166)

161 University of Auckland – New Zealand (173)

162 Stony Brook University – United States (114)

162 University of Vienna – Austria (139)

164 Université Catholique de Louvain – Belgium (169)

165 University of Delaware – United States (180)

166 Université Paris Diderot – Paris – France (169)

167 University of Texas at Dallas – United States (251-275)

168 George Washington University – United States (135)

169 University of Iowa – United States (141)

170 Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon – France (141)

171 Universität Bonn – Germany (Not ranked)

171 University of Liverpool – United Kingdom (181)

171 University of Ottawa – Canada (185)

174 Georgetown University – United States (138)

174 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – United States (144)

176 University of Aberdeen – United Kingdom (151)

176 University of Adelaide – Australia (201-225)

176 University of East Anglia – United Kingdom (145)

176 University of Reading – United Kingdom (164)

180 Université Joseph Fourier – Grenoble 1 – France (Not ranked)

180 Newcastle University – United Kingdom (146)

182 City University Hong Kong – Hong Kong (193)

183 Yonsei University – Korea, Republic of (226-250)

184 Colorado School of Mines – United States (201-225)

184 University of Illinois – Chicago – United States (167)

184 William & Mary – United States (146)

187 University College Dublin – Ireland, Republic of (159)

187 University of Twente – Netherlands (200)

189 Medical University of South Carolina – United States (162)

190 Wake Forest University – United States (162)

190 University of Western Australia – Australia (189)

192 University of Antwerp – Belgium (276-300)

193 Iowa State University – United States (184)

193 University of Miami – United States (172)

193 Technion Israel Institute of Technology – Israel (201-225)

196 University of Leicester – United Kingdom (197)

196 University of Victoria – Canada (177)

198 State University of New York Buffalo – United States (201-225)

199 Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main – Germany (181)

200 Birkbeck, University of London – United Kingdom (149)
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World Bank gives $ 500 millions to SEI

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The World Bank has offered a $500 million loan to support secondary education in India. The loan will be used to finance Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA), a government initiative to promote secondary education in the country.

Prabodh Saxena, joint secretary in the finance ministry, and Onno Ruhl, country director, World Bank (India), signed the loan agreement in New Delhi on Friday.

“The Objective of the project is to help India to achieve increased and more equitable access to good quality secondary education through support of the government’s ongoing programme for secondary education,” the finance ministry said in a statement.
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UN Secretary-General on Education

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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has launched a new education initiative to make education a top global priority and boost progress towards the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in education. "Our shared goals are simple. We want children to attend primary school and to progress toward higher education that will help them succeed in life," Ban said on  the launching of the initiative - Education First. 

 Education First initiative comprises three priorities -- putting every child in school, improving the quality of learning and fostering global citizenship, said UN officials. Achieving universal primary education is part of the MDGs, a list of eight anti-poverty targets to be achieved by 2015. Education First seeks to make a breakthrough to mobilise all partners -- both traditional and new -- to achieve universal primary education ahead of the 2015 target date for the MDGs. IANS


UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has launched a new education initiative to make education a top global priority and boost progress towards the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in education, Xinhua reported."Our shared goals are simple. We want children to attend primary school and to progress toward higher education that will help them succeed in life," Ban said on Wednesday at the launching of the initiative -- Education First.
Education First initiative comprises three priorities -- putting every child in school, improving the quality of learning and fostering global citizenship, said UN officials.Achieving universal primary education is part of the MDGs, a list of eight anti-poverty targets to be achieved by 2015.Education First seeks to make a breakthrough to mobilise all partners -- both traditional and new -- to achieve universal primary education ahead of the 2015 target date for the MDGs.
Education can and should be the most powerful make equal force in a country, and so the way of education improvement should be open to comprehensive autonomous dialogue. But key decisions tend to be taken behind closed doors in ministries of education without public awareness, let alone open consultation. 



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CSVTU 2012 results latest

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CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERESITY, BHILAI has released results on 08.10.2012
B.Pharma 4th RRV RESULT B.Pharma 6th RRV RESULT DIPLOMA 6TH REG RETOTAL DIPLOMA 6TH BACK RETOTAL DIPLOMA 4TH REG RETOTAL DIPLOMA 4TH BACK RETOTAL DIPLOMA 5TH BACK RETOTAL BE 6TH BACK RETOTAL BE 6TH REG RETOTAL



B.Pharma 4th RRV RESULT

B.Pharma 6th RRV RESULT

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Dr. M.G.R. Medical University 2012 MBBS Ist year results

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University Examination Results - August 2012

COURSE
PUBLISHED ON
M.B.B.S. First Year

M.B.B.S. Second Year

M.B.B.S. Third Year Part -I

M.B.B.S. Third Year Part -II

    10.09.2012
P.G. Diploma (Med. & Surg.)

M.D. / M.S.


04.09.2012

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ICET WEB COUNSELLING 2013

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AP Health Cards GO

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Happy moments of West indies Team

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West Indies Vs Sri Lanka Final T20 World Cup 2012 Full Match -West Indies Winning Celebration
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westindies won the T20 world cup esspecially samuels played an outstanding innings.

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 An inspired West Indies tonight clinched the ICC World Twenty20 crown with a comfortable 36-run victory over Sri Lanka, riding on Marlon Samuels` brilliant counter-attacking knock to win a major global title after over three decades.For Sri Lanka and Mahela Jayawardene, it was another case of `so-near-yet-so-far` having now lost four World Cup finals (two 50 overs and two T20s) across two categories. After Lasith Malinga was caught in the deep, Darren Sammy and his bunch of dedicated soldiers broke into an impromptu Gangnam dance as there was a deathly silence at the R Premadasa Stadium. Samuels played one of the most memorable innings under pressure as he thumped five of his half a dozen of sixes off T20 specialist Lasith Malinga`s bowling, making batting look easy on a pitch where almost every other batsmen struggled. A wicket was like icing on the cake as he deservedly won the Man-of-the-Match award. The win was more creditable as Chris Gayle, who has been in marauding form prior to the title clash, failed. Samuels alone spoiled Malinga`s figures as he went for 54 off four overs after Ajantha Mendis took 4/12. While only 32 runs came off the first 10 overs, the Caribbeans, courtesy Samuels and skipper Darren Sammy (26 no, 15 balls, 3x4) managed 106 in the back 10. The total might not have been a challenging one but the manner in which Samuels batted, having scored more than half the runs, the innings will be remembered for a long time to come especially as other West Indian batsmen looked like lambs ready to be slaughtered. Defending a small but competitive total, Ravi Rampaul bowled a beauty to dismiss Tillekaratne Dilshan. The ball pitched in line and then moved a shade to knock back the off-stump. Samuels could have removed Jayawardene who swept uppishly but Bravo, covering a lot of ground from the deep, couldn't latch onto the difficult chance. 

 Jayawardene and Sangakkara steadied the ship, adding 42 runs for the second wicket, although they were not able to give the bowlers a charge. Finally, Sangakkara ran out of patience as he rocked on to the backfoot to pull leg-break bowler Samuel Badree as Kieron Pollard, stationed at deep mid-wicket, held on to an easy catch. He managed 22. Angelo Mathews tried a needless lap-shot of a straight delivery from Sammy, which hit the middle stump, as Sri Lanka were reduced to 51 for three. The situation demanded a special innings from the Sri Lankan captain but he tried an ambitious reverse sweep off Sunil Narine, which gently lobbed to Sammy who took an easy catch at backward point, as the match decisively tilted in favour of the West Indies. Jayawardene managed 33. 

 Jeevan Mendis, Thisara Perera were run-out due to enormous pressure and after Lahiru Thirimanne holed out in the deep, the writing was clear on the wall. Earlier, the pressure of playing a World Cup final was telling on Johnson Charles as he offered a simple catch to Nuwan Kulasekara at mid-off in Mathews' opening over which was a wicket maiden. The first run for West Indies came when Kulasekara bowled a wide after three dot balls in the second over. The first run off the bat came off the 17th legal delivery and the first boundary in the next over when Samuels punched one through covers. Gayle, who has been predicting results like 'Paul the Octopus' in the last few days was strangled by the Lankan bowlers and finally Mendis got him with a straighter one that looked like hitting the leg-stump. The Powerplay yielded only 14 runs for West Indies and Sri Lanka had already got the opposition match-winner out of the equation. There were not many demons in the pitch and the ball was coming onto the bat but Sri Lankan bowlers maintained discipline during the initial phase as West Indies managed only 32 for two in the first 10 overs.
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RAILWAY RECRUITMENT CELL NORTHEAST FRONTIER RAILWAY 2012 group D recruitment

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RECRUITMENT IN GROUP - ‘D’ POSTS IN NORTHEAST FRONTIER RAILWAY 


Closing date for submission of application 23.11.2012


http://www.nfr.railnet.gov.in/pers/Gr-D-Notification%202012.pdf
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