Thursday, July 28, 2022

Book4Readers - Economic Survey 2021-22

 


Thematic Book Display on "Dr. A.P.J. Kalam"

To commemorate His Death Anniversary
Display Date: 27th - 31st July, 2022

 




Akliyati (Minority)tabqa ke talba-wa-talbat ko Education Loan Scheme

                                             Source: URDU TIMES-28th July'2022


 

NASA launches world’s smallest satellite designed by 18-year old Tamil Nadu student

 Source:https://indianexpress.com/article/technology/science/india-creates-history-as-nasa-launches-worlds-lightest-satellite-designed-by-tamil-nadu-student-4717886/

India, on Thursday, created history after NASA launched the world’s smallest satellite, built by 18-year old Tamil Nadu student Rifath Sharook and his team. Named as Kalamsat, after former President APJ Abdul Kalam, the tiny satellite weighs around 64 grams. According to news agency ANI, the satellite was flown into the space in a NASA sounding rocket from a NASA facility in Wallops Island.

With the launch of the satellite, India has created a global space record. Speaking to ANI, Sharook said that the achievement would not have been possible without the support of his team. “It’s a 3D printed satellite. It is for the first time that 3D printing technology is being used in space. We have made history. The world’s smallest satellite has been launched in space. It was not possible without my team,” he said.

The project was carried out under the supervision of Dr. Srimathy Kesan, founder and CEO of Space Kids India. Speaking to Times of India, Kesan said the satellite separated from the rocket 125 minutes after it took off. She further added the NASA will recover the satellite and will send it back to to them for recovering of the data. “Kalamsat fell into the sea. It will be recovered and NASA will be sending it back to us for decoding the data,” Kesan told TOI.

Describing the launch as “divine intervention”, Kesan further added that the 3.8 cm cube structured-satellite can fit in one’s palm and is fully 3-D printed. Equipped with nano Geiger Muller counter for measuring the radiation in space, the satellite is built with reinforced carbon fiber polymer. “Space is not unreachable… Space has got no boundaries and therefore, let’s all do research together and let’s conquer Mars soon,” Kesan was quoted by ANI as saying.


 


Proud moment for Anjuman-I-Islam Family

Source: ROZNAMA RASHTRIYA SAHARA-25th July'2022

Honorable President Anjuman-I-Islam Dr. Zahir Kazi Described in 101 Prabhavshali Maharashtrians

The book also includes other notable great  personalities of Maharashtra.


 

SIMA KHATIB Scholarship for Meritorious students

                                            Source: URDU TIMES-22nd July'2022

 


 

Desert Village delivers Solar Harvest

                                               Source: THE TIMES OF INDIA-21st July'2022



NATA Notification for the academic session 2022-2023

                                              Source: THE TIMES OF INDIA-21st July'2022



Thursday, July 21, 2022

AICTE Scholarships

 Source: https://www.aicte-india.org/bureaus/rifd/Scholarship-Schemes

National Scholarship Portal for submission of online forms (Fresh & Renewal cases) for #AICTE-#Pragati #Scholarship Scheme for #Girl Students,#Saksham #Scholarship Scheme for Specially-abled students & #Swanath #Scholarship Scheme has been opened w.e.f. 20/07/2022 till 31/10/2022
 

 

BEL Recruitment 2022: Apply Online for 150 Trainee/Project Engineer Posts@bel-india.in, Check Eligibility

 Source: https://bel-india.in/

Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has invited online application for the 150 Trainee/Project Engineer Posts on its official website. Check BEL recruitment 2022 application process, age limit, qualification and other details:

BEL Recruitment 2022 Job Notification: Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has published notification for the 150 Trainee/Project Engineer posts on contract basis. These positions are available for Assembly, Testing & Troubleshooting of EVMs & VVPATs for Export Manufacturing SBU of  Bengaluru Complex. 

Interested and eligible candidates can apply for Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has published  posts on or before 03 August 2022.

Candidates with  certain educational qualification including 4 years full time B.Sc (Engg.)/B.E/B. Tech Engineering course from any AICTE recognized Institute/University in the concerned disciplines can apply for these posts. 

Notification Details BEL Recruitment 2022 Job: 
No.383/HR/COMPS. & EM 

Important Dates BEL Recruitment 2022 Job Notification: 
Last Date for Submission of Application: 03 August 2022

Vacancy Details BEL Recruitment 2022 Job Notification:
Trainee Engineer -I

Discipline wise No. of posts 
ECE-54
MECH-20
EEE-04
CS-02
Project Engineer-I
Discipline wise No. of posts 
ECE-44
MECH-20
EEE-04
CS-02

Eligibility Criteria BEL Recruitment 2022 Job Notification: 
Educational Qualification:
4 years full time B.Sc (Engg.)/B.E/B. Tech Engineering course from any AICTE recognized
Institute/University in the disciplines of Electronics/Electronics & Communication/Electronics
&Telecommunication/Telecommunication / Communication/ Mechanical/Electrical/Electrical
& Electronics/ Computer Science/ Computer Science Engineering/ Computer Science &
Engineering. 
Check the notification link for details of the educational qualification/post qualification experience and others for the posts. 

Job Summary

NotificationBEL Recruitment 2022: Apply Online for 150 Trainee/Project Engineer Posts@bel-india.in, Check Eligibility
Notification DateJul 20, 2022
Last Date of SubmissionAug 3, 2022
CityBangalore
StateKarnataka
CountryIndia
Education Qual Graduate
Functional Engineering

 How to Apply 
Interested and eligible candidates can apply for these posts in online mode by clicking
the relevant link on the official website-bel-india.in on or before 03 August 2022.

                                    



Tuesday, July 19, 2022

IET India Scholarship Awards 2022: Apply now to get scholarship prizes worth Rs 10,00,000

 

IET India Scholarship Awards is an initiative designed by the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) that aims to recognize and nurture future engineering leaders of India. This is the 6th edition of the award that will be given to undergraduate engineering students to reward their creativity, innovation, leadership and excellence.

The students who are in 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of their engineering programme will compete for scholarship prizes worth Rs 10,00,000.

The IET is one of the world’s largest professional societies for engineers that work closely with industry, academia and government to engineer a better world. Eminent engineers like Shri Ratan Tata (Former Chairman, Tata Sons), N R Narayana Murthy (Chairman Emeritus, Infosys) and T V Ramachandran (President, Broadband India Forum and Ex-Resident Director, Vodafone) are Honorary Fellows of the IET.

Eligibility for IET India Scholarship Awards 2022

  • Open for students studying in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year of a full-time regular undergraduate engineering programme (in any field) approved by AICTE/UGC.
  • The scholarship is also open for lateral entry students who join the B.Tech programme in the 2nd year.
  • Applicants must have cleared all regular credit courses in a single attempt.
  • Applicants must have scored at least 60% in aggregate or equivalent CGPA of at least 6.5 on a 10-point scale in the semesters cleared so far.
  • There is no age limit for the applicants.

Note: Application is open for all IET members and non-members and for all branches of engineering as recognised by the AICTE/UGC.

Benefits of IET India Scholarship Awards 2022:

  • The selected scholars will receive the scholarship as mentioned below –

For the Regional Round of Selection

There will be at least 4 regional rounds and the scholarship award will be as follows –

  • Regional round winner – Rs 1,20,000 + Certificate + IET Membership
  • Regional round runner-up – Rs 60,000 + Certificate + IET Membership

For National Finals

The winners of the regional round will compete for national finals and the scholarship award will be as follows –

  • Winner – Rs 3,00,000 + Certificate + IET Membership
  • 1st runner-up – Rs 1,70,000 + Certificate + IET Membership
  • 2nd runner-up – Rs 1,50,000 + Certificate + IET Membership

Note: If a student wins the scholarship both at the Regional and National levels, he/she will be awarded a Certificate for both the levels and the prize money for the national level only.

Documents needed for IET India Scholarship Awards 2022

  • No documents are required to be attached at the time of application.

How to apply for IET India Scholarship Awards 2022?

  • Click here now. As you click on the link you will be directed to IET India Scholarship Award 2022.
  • Now, Click on the ‘Register Now’ button to proceed.
  • Fill in all required details in the registration form and submit.
  • Once registered, log in using your registered email id and password.
  • Continue to fill in your personal details, academic information, professional activities and co-curricular activities in the scholarship application.
  • Submit the application.

NewsCourtesy

Click Here for IET India Scholarship Award 2022 Link  

Saturday, July 16, 2022

DEEPAK: Disability Education & Engagement Portal for Access to Knowledge

National Digital Library of India (NDLI), a National Knowledge Asset, is a single window platform providing learning resources catering to immersive e-Learning in a Open and Inclusive manner.  It is the largest Digital Library of India for education.

To attain the true inclusivity of education in keeping with the letter and spirit of National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, and to fulfill the commitments of the Nation towards open and inclusive education of people with disabilities as stated in The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016; this Disability Knowledge Portal offers a special vertical for all information and resources regarding disabilities in India and across the world.

At present it has information on Blindness & Low Vision, Deafness and Hard of Hearing and Autism Spectrum Disorder, only.  More disability categories will be added over time.

Click Here to Explore the Content: http://disability.ndl.gov.in/

Today's Personality

 


Friday, July 08, 2022

UPSC Civil Services Exam 2022 Mains DAF-1 released: Check how to apply

 Source: https://indianexpress.com/article/jobs/upsc-cse-2022-mains-daf-1-released-how-to-apply-upsconline-nic-in-8012893/

 

The last date to fill the application form is July 15, till 6 pm. The candidates who have been declared successful have to first get themselves registered on the relevant page of the above website before filling up the DAF

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the Detailed Application Form-I (DAF-I) for the Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2022. Candidates who qualified the prelims exam have to mandatorily fill the DAF to appear in the main exam. DAF-1 can be accessed at the official website – upsc.gov.in or upscoline.nic.in

UPSC CSE DAF 1 2022: How to apply

Step 1: Visit the official website – upscoline.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the DAF link

Step 3: Register at the portal

Step 4: Fill the DAF carefully

Step 5: Submit and take a printout

UPSC CSE Prelims was conducted on June 5, 2022 at various centres across the country and the result was declared on June 22. Candidates who have successfully qualified prelims will now appear in the mains exam which will be conducted from September 16 onwards. Further, those who will clear the CSE main exam, UPSC will invite them for the interview round.

UPSC had recently announced the final result of UPSC Civil Services 2021 exam where the top three positions were secured by women candidates this year. Delhi’s Shruti Sharma had secure AIR 1, followed by AnkitAgarwal and Gamini Singla. A total of 685 candidates — 508 men and 177 women — qualified for the Civil Services 2021. In 2020, the list of qualifiers included 545 men and 216 women. A similar pattern was observed in 2019 when 632 men and 197 women qualified.

 


 

 

 

AICTE to equip Engineering and Architecture students with green skills

 Source: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/education/news/aicte-to-equip-engineering-and-architecture-students-with-green-skills/articleshowprint/92716980.cms

The AICTE plans to train 1 lakh Architecture and Engineering students on green concepts to have a large pool of trained professionals in green building infrastructure. The technical regulator has partnered with the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) in association with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). AICTE will develop the course curricula in consultation with IGBC, which has expertise in this field. The initiative will encourage all the Civil and Architectural Engineering students will have to learn skills to develop green cities. Imparting green skills aligns with trans-disciplinary education that is mentioned in NEP 2020.

Speaking to Education Times, Buddha Chandrasekhar, chief coordinating officer, AICTE, Ministry of Education, says, “Architectural and Civil Engineering students would contribute their bit to maintain the environmental equilibrium through the green skills they develop over some time. For instance, while developing smart cities, the Civil and Architectural Engineering students will be required to work on all those factors, which add to the green culture in developing new cities like buildings with less concrete walls, use of more glasses and water harvesting which makes them help consume less water, become more energy-efficient, generate less waste and provide healthier spaces. These are the advantages of green buildings in comparison to conventional buildings. Hence while making the design plan of such buildings, students would need to know these emerging aspects.”

“For instance, recently Delhi Airport has become the first airport in the country to entirely run on renewable energy. The same changes should also be implemented while developing hospitals as our existing hospitals are not environment friendly. We are working closely with IGBC to develop the course curricula that the students would be taught as part of this green skilling and we would also seek their expertise to create the content for the green building concepts,” informs Chandrasekhar.

Sanjay Chitnis, dean, School of Computer Science and Engineering, RV University, Bengaluru, says, “India is lagging in technologies for Circular Economy (maximum utilisation of resources) and meeting Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set by the UN. We have integrated the aspects of sustainability and circular economy in every relevant course to ensure that students learn how to design products that are in harmony with nature.”

Amit Hajela, director, Amity School of Architecture & Planning, says, “It is essential that we address the issue of Sustainable Development comprehensively wherein education at the elementary and the higher level will be instrumental in achieving the targets of SDG. SDG 4 is directly linked to the education sector. Adopting green skills in higher education will help sensitise the communities regarding their responsibility towards their respective countries and the Earth as a whole. The prerequisite to achieving the SDGs is to create an enabling mechanism which is holistic in terms of teaching-learning processes, application and innovation. Similar initiatives of CII-IGBC have been adopted through collaborative efforts of Schools of Architecture wherein IGBC student chapters have been established."
 

 

 

Saturday, July 02, 2022

KAAD of June' 2022

 An article abstract is a summary of the full article and explains what the article is about. It is valuable because it offers a quick overview of the article's content and can help you decide if the article will be useful for your research. Remember to cite from the full article in your research though, and never the abstract.

KAAD provides articles with abstracts from different periodicals (print form) subscribed by KRRC-Central Library at one place.
 
Explore the KAAD and send requests for full-text articles. The library will email you the scan copy of the same.
Click Here for Archives & Abstracts:
 

 

How to register for an AICTE internship

 Gadgets Now | 2 July 2022

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) provides internships supported by the Indian government with the goal of developing a workforce that is prepared for industry. These internship programs are available through the government colleges affiliated with AICTE. Those who are chosen will be employed for a two-month period and will be given a digital badge and a certificate of course completion. Students have access to virtual internship opportunities.

The benefits of AICTE internships include:

  • Training
  • Stipend
  • Internship completion certificate

Eligibility criteria

  • Students enrolled in any engineering or polytechnic institution who are currently pursuing a BE, BTech, ME, MTech, MCA, or a diploma are eligible to apply.
  • Students must be available for two months.
  • The time period between the date the final year results was announced and the date the internship was requested should not have exceeded 18 months.

1. Go to the AICTE internship (https://internship.aicte-india.org/register_new.php) website for registration.

2.  You will be routed to the AICTE registration form. Check on AICTE Affiliated Organisations (Diploma/Engineering/MBA) or Non-AICTE (UGC/IGNOU/Other).

3. Fill in all the necessary details and confirm the registration.

4. An activation link will be sent to your registered email.

5. Activate your registration and then log into your account. The AICTE dashboard will now be visible. Complete your profile.

6. Upload all of your required documents, such as your resume, cover letter, college reference letter, and so forth.

7. According to your qualifications, you'll be able to see all the internship opportunities that are available. You can apply for the internships you are interested in.

NewsCourtesy: https://www.gadgetsnow.com/how-to/how-to-register-for-an-aicte-internship/articleshow/92599499.cms

Friday, July 01, 2022

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