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ICDS Buldhana And ZP Mahila Bal Kalyan:

Integrated Child Development Service(ICDS) Buldhana and ZP mahila bal kalyan issued a recruitment notification for filling 571 posts of anganwadi worker.thousands of application was filled via online on website.

ICDS Admit card:

Download your Integrated Child Development Service(ICDS)  Buldhana admit card from clicking here.
Admit cards of ICDS Buldhana will available soon.So keep watching this website to get admit cards and latest updates about ICDS Buldhana..

About ICDS:from wikipedia

Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) (Hindi: समेकित बाल विकास सेवाए), Government of India sponsored programme, is India’s primary social welfare scheme to tackle malnutrition and health problems in children below 6 years of age and their mothers. The main beneficiaries of the programme were aimed to be the girl child up to her adolescence, all children below 6 years of age, pregnant and lactating mothers. The gender promotion of the girl child by trying to bring her at par with the male child is a key component of the scheme.

Majority of children in India have underprivileged childhoods starting from birth. The infant mortality rate of Indian children is 44and the under-five mortality rate is 93 and 25% of newborn children are underweight among other nutritional, immunization and educational deficiencies of children in India. Figures for India are substantially worse than the developing country average.

Given such a daunting challenge, ICDS was first launched in 1975in accordance to the National Policy for Children in India.Over the years it has grown into one of the largest integrated family and community welfare schemes in the world.Given its effectiveness over the last few decades, Government of India has committed towards ensuring universal availability of the programme.


The predefined objectives of ICDS are:
  1. To raise the health and nutritional level of poor Indian children below 6 years of age
  2. To create a base for proper mental, physical and social development of children in India
  3. To reduce instances of mortality, malnutrition and school dropouts among Indian Children
  4. To coordinate activities of policy formulation and implementation among all departments of various ministries involved in the different government programmes and schemes aimed at child development across India.
  5. To provide health and nutritional information and education to mothers of young children to enhance child rearing capabilities of mothers in country of India

Scope of Services[edit]

The following services are sponsored under ICDS to help achieve its objectives:
  1. Immunization
  2. Supplementary nutrition
  3. Health checkup
  4. Referral services
  5. Pre-school non formal education
  6. Nutrition and Health information


For nutritional purposes ICDS provides 300 calories (with 8-10 grams of protein) every day to every child below 6 years of age.For adolescent girls it is up to 500 calories with up to 25 grams of protein everyday.
Delivery of services under ICDS scheme is managed in an integrated manner through Anganwadi centres,its workers and helpers. The services of Immunisation, Health Check-up and Referral Services delivered through Public Health Infrastructure under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.UNICEF has provided essential supplies for the ICDS scheme since 1975.World Bank has also assisted with the financial and technical support for the programme.The cost of ICDS programme averages $10–$22 per child a year.The scheme is Centrally sponsored with the state governments contributing up to INR1.00 (1.7¢ US) per day per child.
Furthermore, in 2008, the GOI adopted the World Health Organization (WHO) standards for measuring and monitoring the child growth and development, both for the ICDS and the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM).These standards were developed by WHO through an intensive study of six developing countries since 1997.They are known as New WHO Child Growth Standard and measure of physical growth, nutritional status and motor development of children from birth to 5 years age.


By end of 2010, the programme is claiming to reach 8.06 million expectant, pregnant and lactating mothers along with 39.35 million children (under 6 years of age).There are 6,719 operational projects with 1,241,749 operational Aanganwadi centres.Several positive benefits of the programme have been documented and reported
  • A study in states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka demonstrated significant improvement in the mental and social development of all children irrespective of their gender.
  • A 1992 study of National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development confirmed improvements in birth-weight and infant mortality of Indian children along with improved immunization and nutrition.
However, World Bank has also highlighted certain key shortcomings of the programme including inability to target the girl child improvements, participation of wealthier children more than the poorer children and lowest level of funding for the poorest and the most undernourished states of India.


 A childcare centre in India aimed at improving child rearing in rural areas

AIIMS 2013 Result Date answer key

AIIMS Answer key,AIIMS Exam Date,AIIMS Resuts,Aiims results by nme,AIIMS results Declared

All India Instittes Of Medical Science(AIIMS) M.B.B.S. Entrance exam was conducted on 1st june,2013.Thousands of students has been given AIIMS.Now students are waiting for AIIMS answer key.


AIIMS answer key will be uploaded on and will be uploaded very soon.Students can check their answers.Answer key will uploaded by the expert faculty.

students can check their answer key from below:

Click here for AIIMS answer key

About AIIMS:from wikipedia
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMSs) are a group of autonomous public medical colleges of higher education. AIIMS is probably one of the most selective medical institutes in the world with a success rate of less than 0.1%


The AIIMS institutes are located in:
AIIMSs and locations, sorted alphabetically
Name Short Name Established City/Town State/UT
AIIMS New Delhi AIIMS 1956 New Delhi Delhi
AIIMS Bhopal AIIMS 2012 Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
AIIMS Bhubaneswar AIIMS 2012 Bhubaneswar Odisha
AIIMS Jodhpur AIIMS 2012 Jodhpur Rajasthan
AIIMS Patna JPN-AIIMS 2012 Patna Bihar
AIIMS Raipur AIIMS 2012 Raipur Chhattisgarh
AIIMS Rishikesh AIIMS 2012 Rishikesh Uttarakhand
From the next academic session 2013–14, the total number of MBBS seats in the new AIIMS would go up to 600, providing an opportunity to an additional 300 MBBS aspirants. With these new additions, the overall availability of MBBS seats in India would rise to 42,169 in the next academic year from the existing 41,569 in 335 medical colleges and 300 in AIIMS-like institutes across the country. The health ministry is striving to achieve the target doctor-patient ratio of 1:1000 by 2021, which at present is 1:2000. The government plans to increase overall availability of MBBS seats to 80,000 from the present 41,569 and of PG seats to 45,000 from the current 22,194 by 2021. The aim is to reduce the shortage of doctors, which is currently pegged at around 800,000 (800,000).

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act, 1956[edit]

AIIMS New Delhi is governed by the The All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act, 1956.

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (Amendment) Bill, 2012[edit]

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (Amendment) Bill, 2012,was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 27 August 2012. This bill will also replace a recent Ordinance which allowed the six AIIMS-like institutes to become operational from September 2012.Lok Sabha passed the AIIMS (Amendment) Bill, 2012 on 30 August 2012.The proposed measure will help the Centre change the status of the six new AIIMS registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act to be autonomous body corporate on the lines of the existing AIIMS in Delhi.AIIMS(Amendment) Bill,2012 was introduced in Rajya Sabha on 3 September 2012.Rajya Sabha passed the AIIMS (Amendment) Bill, 2012 on 4 September 2012.

Future AIIMS[edit]

Earlier in 2009, the government had further decided to set up two more AIIMS-like institutes at Raiganj in West Bengal and Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh.Now, there is a strong possibility that instead of Raiganj,the new AIIMS in West Bengal will be shifted to Kalyani in Nadia district,60 km from Kolkata.In January 2013, 148.15 acres were earmarked for a new AIIMS-like institute in Rae Bareli, with the land to be provided by the government at no charge.


The second campus of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS-II),spread over 330 acre’s of land was visualised during tenure of Prof. T D Dogra as Director AIIMS New Delhi and Dr.Ambumani Ramadoss(President AIIMS), Minister of Health and Family welfare union of India in 2009 at Badhsa village in Haryana`s Jhajjar district. AIIMS-II was visualised to be developed as the largest Medical Education centre for super-specialities in the World.Its beginning was launched on 30 May 2012. It is being built at a cost of INR10 billion (US$170 million).Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad inaugurated Outreach OPD of AIIMS on 24 November 2012.

Download Your CTET Exam July Admit card 2013

Central Board Of Secondary Education(CBSE) is going to take  Central Teacher Eligibility Test(CTET) on 28th July 2013.Candidates selected for the post to be appointment from I to VIII.

Download CTET Admit Card 2013

Students can download their admit cards from 3rd July from here and can check their exam centers.if any case of discrepancy of photographs and signatures students have to immediately contact CBSE to take the action.

Exam Teture Increased For CTET July 2013

Question: How much is the increase in the time tenure for the CTET examination, and when is it starting?

Answer: Initially both the papers, paper 1 and paper 2 were just of one and a half hours each, which has now been increased into two and a half hours each. This change is to be implemented, starting the examination this 28 July 2013.

CTET July 2013 Exam (paper- I) Syllabus, given here

CTET test will have multiple choice questions only and there will not be any negative marking.

There will be two papers of CTET

A. Paper I will be for those who intend to be a teacher for classes I to V

B. Paper II will be for those who intend to be a teacher for classes VI to VIII.

Note: those who want to be a teacher for both the levels (classes I to V and class VI to VIII) will have to appear for both the paper (paper I and paper II)

CTET July 2013 Exam (paper- II) Syllabus, given here

a) Child Development (Elementary School Child) (15 Questions)
  • Concept of development and its relationship with learning
  • Principles of the development of children
  • Influence of Heredity & Environment
  • Socialization processes: Social world & children (Teacher, Parents, Peers)
  • Piaget, Kohlberg and Vygotsky: constructs and critical perspectives
  • Concepts of child-centered and progressive education
  • Critical perspective of the construct of Intelligence
  • Multi Dimensional Intelligence
  • Language & Thought
  • Gender as a social construct; gender roles, gender-bias and educational practice
  • Individual differences among learners, understanding differences based on diversity of language, caste, gender, community, religion etc.
  • Distinction between Assessment for learning and assessment of learning; School-Based Assessment, Continuous & Comprehensive Evaluation: perspective and practice
  • Formulating appropriate questions for assessing readiness levels of learners; for enhancing learning and critical thinking in the classroom and for assessing learner achievement.

GTU Delays To Declare Final semester Results OF B.E. Degree



Gujarat technical university (GTU) has delayed to declare final semester results of B.E. degree.around 20,000 students are studying in final semester.They all are worried badly.The examination ended on 9th may,but results still not came therefore students are waiting to declare result as fast as more.

only some of students given admission in universities abroad face
the threat of cancellation of their admission if there is further delay
in declaring the results.Usually the results are declared within 40 days of the examination, but
this year, 50 days have passed and students are still waiting for their

GTU officials said that the assessment of the answer sheets was
completed on Monday, so the university hopes to declare the result by
next week. Earlier, the GTU
used to assemble the professors at one place and get the papers
checked. The wait for the final merit list stretches on, keeping the 68,000
students who have applied for admission to engineering colleges on

The Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) had
assured students that the final merit list will be declared by Monday,
but Monday has passed and the merit list has still not been declared.
The ACPC has now promised to announce the merit list on Tuesday. Merit
marks are essential for students as well as college administrators, as
these will be used to finalize admissions to engineering colleges.

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Delhi University Cutoffs:100% in Ram Lal College

Delhi University Cutoffs declared..Ram Lal Anand has set the cutoff for its computer science course
at a perfect 100% (for non-science aspirants),Like SRCC had done
in 2011, as Delhi University declared the first cutoffs for admission it undergraduate course.The cutoffs, for inexplicable reasons, were released very late on Wednesday night

It’s an all new undergraduate programme in the university at this
year and many of seats in many courses has risen significantly, the
legacy of high cutoffs continues. That is true particularly for courses
such as Journalism
and English, for which students were earlier admitted through
centralized entrance tests. Cutoffs touched a new high for both courses,
with Lady Shri Ram setting the bar at 97.5%-98.5% for Journalism and
Hindu at 97.75%-98.5% for English — equaling those of Economics and

To secure a seat in a DU college would gets much harder despite many
popular colleges are trying not to raise the bar too high. Cutoffs of  off-campuscolleges continue to rise significantly, with some colleges
registering an increase of 14%.

At the 20-old colleges using to admit students for English honors via a centralized
aptitude test, even students with average scores stood a chance.While LSR’s journalism cutoff touches those
of both bachelors in commerce and economics, at Delhi College of Arts
and Commerce it is 97.5%.Similarly, the cutoff for English at
LSR is 97%, at Hindu it is 97.75%-98.5% and at DCAC it is 95%. All three
were CATE colleges where students scoring 60% in class XII could were
eligible for the entrance test.

Even for non-CATE colleges,
English seats have got dearer with Deshbandhu’s cutoff spiraling by 10%
to 85%. At ARSD, it is 90%, up by 6%. Seven out of the eight North
Campus colleges — such as Hansraj, Kirori Mal, Miranda House, Ramjas,
Daulat Ram and IP College — have set the cutoff for English at more than

Though commerce continues to record high cutoffs in the
most campus colleges, there are off-campus colleges and Daulat Ram which
have lowered the bar by as much as 3% (Laxmi Bai). Hindu recorded the
highest cutoff in the subject, higher even than that of SRCC, at
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Analysis Of IIT JEE ADVANCE 2013 Results

IIT JEE Advance exam was held on 2nd june 2013 and results were declared on 23rd june 2013.around 1.5 lakhs students were appeared to give JEE advanced.

out of those students 21,110 students have qualified for 9,885 seats across these institutions.from these, 2,392 are women candidates. Not all who qualify get a drop at these institutes, but are a part of the extended merit list and get a chance for counselling and admissions only if the top scorers drop off the list. Nearly 14,336 students will be called for counselling out of the 21,110 for counselling which is starting on June 24th 2013.

Andhra Pradesh: AP bags 4 top 10 JEE ranks. Students of the State have been sportive in the IIT JEE competitive examination by bagging four of the top-10 ranks in the open category, including the all-India first rank in the first-ever JEE (Advanced)-2013 results announced on Friday. All these toppers are from Sri Chaitanya Narayana IIT Academy. From FIITJEE Hyderabad, the top rank was secured by K. Krishna Harsha Reddy (25th rank). JEE (advanced) rankers have to figure in top-20 percentile list of respective 10+2 board exams to be eligible for IIT.

Maharashtra: Seven candidates from Maharashtra were among the top 100 who qualified at the Indian Institute of Technology’s (IIT) Joint Entrance Exam- Advanced, results for which were released ahead of schedule on Friday.

There were 25 candidates from the Bombay zone (Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and parts of Karnataka and Rajasthan) in the top 100 in the merit list, lower than last year’s 31. However, the zone still had the second highest number of candidates in the top after the Madras zone (36).

Madhya Pradesh: students have shown their mettle by securing two positions in the top 10 ranks in IIT-JEE (Advanced), results of which were declared on Friday evening. Two students Anand Bhoraskar and Pranjal Khare have secured AIR-3 and AIR-10 rank in IIT-JEE. Another city Student Anmol Arora has secured AIR-14 in the examination.

Bihar: Bihar’s ‘Super 30′ – the free coaching centre for under privileged students has repeated its feat again! 27 of its 30 candidates have cracked the highly competitive Indian Institute of Technology-Joint Entrance Examination (IIT-JEE or JEE Advance) this year. Last year, too, 27 students of the institute had cleared the exam. In 2003, the first year of the institute, 18 students made it to IITs. In 2008, for the first time, all 30 students of the coaching centre cracked the Exam – a feat which was repeated in 2009 and 2010.

Check NEST Counselling starting on 12th july

The National Entrance Screening Test(NEST) was held on 25th may 2013 at 37 centers across india.
Result of NEST was declared on 17th june 2013.The counselling of NEST will be start on 12th july 2013.all the students who made it in NEST 2013 are advised to keep up with all the documents requisite for the counseling process, just in order to avoid the last minute recklessness.

Here enlisted the documents required for the counseling:

•    Original mark sheet of Class 10th + 1 photocopy

•    Original mark sheet of Class 12th + 1 photocopy

•    Proof of date of birth (original birth certificate or school leaving certificate) + 1 photocopy

•    Original caste certificate (if applicable) + 1 photocopy

•    Original Non-creamy layer OBC certificate (if applicable) + 1 photocopy

•    Original disability certificate (for Physically Disabled candidates) + 1 photocopy

•    Proof of Indian citizenship if born outside India + 1 photocopy

•    4 passport size color photographs

•    Demand Draft of Rs. 10,000.00 (ten thousand) in favor of NISER, payable at Bhubaneswar, or in favors of CBS, payable at Mumbai, depending where the candidates are appearing for counseling.

Eligibility criteria for appearing NEST
Students securing at least 60% marks in aggregate (or equivalent grade) in Class XII or equivalent examination from any recognized Board in India are eligible to apply. There is a marks relaxation for category students such as for Scheduled Cast (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST) candidates and for Persons with Disability (PD), the minimum requirement is 55%. Appearing students can also apply for the NEST Exams. 

UGC NET/JRF Exam June 2013 Answer key,Cut off lists

UGC NET:The University Grant Commission(UGC) National eligibility test(TET) Exam is going to held on 30th june,2013 on Sunday .coordinating university/colleges have uploaded exam centers of UGC NET exam.students can check their admit cards at they opted college/university sites.

UGC Net/JRF Answer key

About 2 lakhs of candidates are looking the UGC NET JRF Answer Key June 2013, UGC NET JRF June 2013 answer sheet, download online National Eligibility Test for Junior Research Fellowship (NET JRF) question paper Solutions and UGC NET June 2013 Cut Off marks in and other website.

KMC Center List for UGC- Net Exam June-2013 

The University Grants Commission (UGC) conducts National Eligibility Test (NET) twice a year during the months of June and December to determine the eligibility of Indian nationals for the Lectureship only and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) or both for teaching in Indian universities and colleges.

UGC conducts NET for 78 subjects at through 79 Coordinating Universities across the country. Click on the link given below to get the list of the subjects one can opt for taking up the NET.
The Results of UGC NET Exam will be available at: and 

UGC NET Pattern
The UGC-NET 2013 will be held in held in 2 separate sessions consisting of 3 papers that will comprise only objective type questions. Here are the details:
Number of Questions
I (General awareness, reasoning, comprehension etc)
60 out of which 50 question to be attempted
1¼ hours (9.30 am- 10.45 am )
II (based on subject chosen by the candidate)
50 questions, all are compulsory
1¼ hours (10.45 am- 12 noon)
III (based on subject chosen by the candidate)
75 questions, all are compulsory
2½ hours (1.30 pm- 4 pm)

Check Your JTET Results 2013:Jharkhand TET Results

JTET Jharkhand TET Results:Check your JTET Results /. Jharkhand Academic Council(JAC) counducted The JTET(jharkhand teacher eligibility test) on 26th april 2013. Results of JTET has been declared on 7th june,2013. Thousands of students were appeared in JTET exam. JAC TET were Conducted at various places at jharkhand.

JTET Results 2013

You can check your JTET results 2013 online on beow mentionned website. Result date will be annouunced very soo. Keep checking
Students can check their results at official site and also can download admit cards/result updates/marksheet of results on the official website.
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Tips And Strategy for IAS Interview

This is about IAS interview.IAS interview is not just an
interview, but an overall test of the personality of a candidate. IAS
interview for Civil Service Exam is the last step of the ladder to your

It is the final stage of an IAS examination. The interview
round is not qualifying in nature, but it indeed plays a pivotal role in
determining your selection and final rank. Therefore, it is absolutely
imperative that each and every candidate should prepare for this final
round with utmost zeal.

 In the IAS interview for civil service exam, the
confidence, understanding and personality of the candidate is adjudged.
Here are a few tips that will help you know how to prepare for IAS
interview for civil service exam:

Fill your IAS forms meticulously
It is very
important that you fill up your IAS forms very meticulously because your
forms depict your level of seriousness. It is through these forms that
the judges will acknowledge you. Therefore it becomes important for any
candidate to fill up the forms with precision and earnestness.

Adopt a well-balanced approach while answering the questions
questions that are asked by the interviewing board are framed with a
lot of things in mind. Therefore it is important to adopt the balanced
approach while answering the questions. Think before you answer. Frame
your answers after a well-balanced thought.

Undertake mock interviewsMock interviews can be
very beneficial for the students. Taking the mock tests and mock
interviews allow you to get abreast with the actual interview and
imbibes confidence within you. It allows you to get a glimpse of the
actual interview and boosts up your morale.

Organise yourself in groups
A candidate should
always prepare for an interview in a group of three to four people.
Interview preparation is not done in isolation. Organising yourself in
groups will help you in polishing your views, opinions and ideas,
thereby helping you in overcoming your deficiencies.

Meet previous years’ successful candidates
from the successful candidates of the previous year can be highly
beneficial for you. Nothing can help you more than the tips from the
previous year’s successful candidates. They can guide you on how
actually you should behave, talk and think about the answers.

Make sure your body language is appropriate
is important that you observe your mannerism, etiquettes and behaviour.
Having right posture, gesture counts. Therefore have right overall
personality presentation.

Check previous year’s questions asked in interview
Checking out the previous year’s questions can help the candidates in umpteen ways. These questions can be checked online at You can also refer to the previous year’s questions by asking them from the successful candidates of previous years.
Keeping all these tips in mind can help you in moving ahead towards the final round of IAS.

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