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Saturday, July 17, 2010

Counselling for Admission to M.Sc. (2 years) Degree Programme-ANNA UNIVERSITY CHENNAI : CHENNAI 600 025




ANNA UNIVERSITY CHENNAI : CHENNAI 600 025
Counselling for Admission to M.Sc. (2 years) Degree Programme
Individual communications have been despatched to candidates calling them to appear for
counselling. Eligible candidates who have applied and whose total marks are as specified or
above, may appear for counselling along with their original certificates for verification,
irrespective of the receipt of individual communication. The counselling will be held as detailed
below:
Venue:Vivekananda Auditorium, College of Engineering Guindy Campus
Anna University Chennai, Chennai 600 025
i. Date & Time for counseling
Branch Counselling
Time Date
Applied Mathematics
Applied Mathematics (MIT)
9.00 a.m
Applied Chemistry 10.00 a.m.
Material Science
Medical Physics 2.00 p.m.
Applied Geology 3.30 p.m.
19.7.2010
Electronic Media (SS) 9.00 a.m.
Science & Technology Communication (SS) 10.30 a.m.
Economics (Tamilnadu)
Financial Economics (SS) (Tamilnadu)
Economics (OS)
Financial Economics (SS) (Other State)
2.00 p.m.
Environmental Science (SS) 3.30 p.m.
20.7.2010
ii. Community wise minimum cut off Entrance Exam. marks for counselling:
Branch OC BCM BC MBC SC SCA ST
Applied Mathematics
Applied Mathematics (MIT)
11 8.25 4.75 5.5 0.75 5 --
Applied Chemistry 10.25 10.25 10.25 6.5 7.5 6.5 6.5
Material Science /
Medical Physics 12.25 5 4 2.25 .25 7.5 --
Applied Geology 14.75 14.75 14.75 13.75 13.75 13.75 13.75
Science & Technology
Communication (SS)
6 6 0.5 6 2.5 0.5 0.5
Electronic Media (SS) 25 25 18.75 15 15 -- --
Environmental Science (SS) 8.75 8.75 8.75 4.25 4.25 4.25 1.25
Economics
Financial Economics (SS)
30 30 30 30 30 30 30
Economics (Other State)
Financial Economics (SS)
(Other State)
60 - - - - - -
Fee details:
Sl.
No.
Fee Details M.Sc.
(2 Years)
(Regular)
M.Sc.
(2 Years)
(SS)
I. At the time of Admissions (one time payment) 2760 2760
II. Refundable deposit (payable at the time of admissions) 9000 9000
III. Payable every semester 11660 22110
GRAND TOTAL (I + II + III) 23420 33870

Friday, July 16, 2010

CENTRAL COUNSELLING BOARD (AIEEE - 2010-Address,Contact Number and Enquiry Desk



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CENTRAL COUNSELLING BOARD (AIEEE - 2010)
VISVESVARAYA NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
NAGPUR-440 010, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA
Telephone : (0712) 2801801 / 2221390
Fax : (0712) 2801802
Email : ccb@vnit.ac.in
Website : http://www.ccb.nic.in

AIEEE-2010 results-ALL INDIA ENGINEERING / ARCHITECTURE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (AIEEE - 2010)



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ADMISSION PROCEDURE
The admission process broadly involves the following FOUR stages:
i)Online registration
ii)Online choice filling and locking
iii)Online Seat Allotment and personally reporting to an Admission Center
iv)Personally reporting to the Allotted Institute
Third round of allotment (July 11, 2010)
The third round of seat allotment will be made against vacant seats available after the second round of allotment and reporting. Candidates eligible for allotment of seats against vacancies fall into one of the following two groups:

Group–I: Registered candidates who were not allotted any seats in the first two rounds of seat allotment.

Group–II: Candidates who gave Option I or Option II during the reporting of the first or second round of allotment.

The choices that were submitted by the candidates (falling in whichever group) will be processed centrally and the results will be available on the website www.ccb.nic.in on July 11, 2010.

Such of those candidates of Group I who get a seat allotment in this round shall personally report to an Admission Center for provisional admission between July 12 and 15, 2010. The allotment of seats to candidates who do not report within the stipulated period to the Admission Center will be cancelled and these candidates will not be considered for seat allotment in subsequent rounds. The reporting procedure at the Admission Center for provisional admission is given in Section 3.4.

Candidates of Group – II may get a seat of higher preferred choice or their previously allotted seat may remain unchanged.

4.3.1 Who should report to Allotted Institute?
After third round of allotment, all those candidates who participated in third round as Option II or Option III candidates shall report to the allotted institute from July 16 to 19, 2010, failing which the seat allotted to them will be cancelled and these candidates will not be considered for seat allotment in subsequent rounds. Reporting procedure to allotted institute is described in Section 3.7.

Those candidates who participated in third round as Option I candidates and are satisfied with their allotted seat or allotted institute after the third round, shall also report to the allotted institute from July 16 to 19, 2010, failing which their seat allotment will be cancelled and these candidates will not be considered for seat allotment in subsequent rounds, if any. Reporting procedure to allotted institute is described in Section 3.7.
Classes will begin at all the Participating Institutes on July 20, 2010.

4.3.2 Who should report again to the Admission Center?
Those who participated in third round as Option I candidates and are not satisfied with their allotted seat after the third round, but wish to remain under consideration for admission, shall report to same Admission Center from July 12 to 15, 2010, where provisional admission was taken. These candidates will submit a written request that they be allowed to modify their branch and institute choices, and to participate in an additional (i.e. fourth) round of allotment. However, for availing this facility, these candidates shall surrender all claims on the seat currently allotted to them, as they are not satisfied with the allotment.
Upon receiving their written request and undertaking, the Admission Center will unlock their choices. Candidates can then modify their choices on or before July 19, 2010. These candidates shall lock their modified choices on or before July 19, 2010. These candidates can use Help Center facility from July 16 to 19, 2010, to get access to Internet for filling, submitting and locking their modified choices. The candidates must take a printout of the locked choices.
If candidates fail to explicitly lock their choices by 5.00 PM of July 19, 2010, their last saved choices will be automatically locked after this deadline. Candidates are therefore strongly advised to lock their choices themselves and secure a printout of these locked choices. Candidates can login again after locking the choices; the locked choices will be displayed but cannot now be modified or altered.
4.3.3 Cancellation of seat allotment due to non-reporting
Candidates who, having a seat allotment (in round 1 or 2 or 3), do not report either to the Allotted Institute or to Admission Center after third round of allotment, will have to forego seats allotted to them and will not be considered for any subsequent round of seat allotment. Hence, they are out of CCB admission process.

4.3.4 Modification of choices for unallotted candidates upto third round
Candidates (falling in Group I) who did not get any seat upto third round of allotment, can modify their choices from any place of convenience between July 12 to 19, 2010. Their previous choices will get automatically unlocked on July 12, 2010. They shall not approach any Admission Center for unlocking their choices. However, they can avail Help Center facilities from July 16 to 19, 2010 to use the Internet to modify their choices and take a printout of the locked choices. If candidates fail to explicitly lock their choices by 5.00 PM of July 19, 2010, their last saved choices will be automatically locked after this deadline. Candidates are therefore strongly advised to lock their choices themselves and secure a printout of these locked choices. Registered candidates who do not exercise any choices or fail to save them will not be considered for admission and seat allotment. Candidates can login again after locking the choices; the locked choices will be displayed but cannot now be modified or altered.
4.4 Fourth round of allotment (July 22, 2010)
In an attempt to fill in seats that may still remain vacant after three rounds of allotment, a fourth round of allotment may be conducted. Candidates eligible for seat allotment in this round fall into one of the following three groups:

Group–I: Registered candidates who did not get any seat allotment in the first three rounds. These candidates may have already modified their choices from July 12 to 19, 2010.

Group–II: Candidates who, having a seat allotment, did not report to the Allotted Institute after the third round but asked for the facility to remain in contention for admission. (i.e., those who reported to Admission Center after third round of allotment)

Group-III: Candidates who reported to the Allotted Institute and who indicated their preference order for branches within the Institute.

The branch / institute choices saved / locked by candidates (as above) will be processed centrally as per their AIEEE 2010 AIR and choices, in a manner similar to the first three rounds, and the results of this extra round (i.e. the fourth round) will be available on the website www.ccb.nic.in on July 22, 2010. Candidates falling in Group II should specifically note that, depending on their AIR and modified choices, they may or may not get a seat in this round of allotment.

Candidates of Group I and Group II who get a seat allotment in this round shall personally report directly to the Allotted Institute between July 22 and 27, 2010. The reporting procedure at the Allotted Institute is indicated in Section 3.7 of this brochure. The allotment of seats to candidates who do not personally report within the stipulated period to the Allotted Institute will be cancelled and these candidates will not be considered for seat allotment in subsequent rounds, if any.

Candidates of Group III, who are already at the allotted institute and are attending the classes since July 20, 2010, shall check on the website if their branch is upgraded or not, and contact the Admission In-charge of their institute for further instructions.

4.5 Fifth round of allotment (August 3, 2010)
Candidates reporting to the Allotted Institute after the fourth round will be allowed to indicate their preference order for branches within the Institute. An 'internal sliding' will be carried out in each of the Participating Institutes among those who have joined that institute. This processing too will take place centrally. The list of vacancies, if any, will be displayed on the website www.ccb.nic.in on July 29, 2010, and choices of only those registered candidates who did not get a seat allotment in the earlier rounds, will be automatically unlocked. The choices filled in for earlier rounds will be deleted. These candidates may fill in their fresh choices against the declared vacancies and lock the choices before 5.00 PM of August 1, 2010. They can avail Help Center facilities from July 29 to August 1, 2010 and use the Internet to fill their fresh choices and take a printout of the locked choices. If candidates fail to explicitly lock their choices by 5.00 PM of August 1, 2010, their last saved choices will be automatically locked after this deadline. Candidates are therefore strongly advised to lock their choices themselves and secure a printout of these locked choices. Registered candidates who do not exercise any choices or fail to save them will not be considered for admission and seat allotment. Candidates can login again after locking the choices; the locked choices will be displayed but cannot now be modified or altered.

The result of the fifth round of allotment will be displayed on the website www.ccb.nic.in on August 3, 2010. Candidates who may be allotted seats in this round shall personally report directly to the Allotted Institute between August 3 and 7, 2010. The procedure for reporting to the Allotted Institute is given in Section 3.7 of this brochure. The allotment of seats to candidates who do not personally report within the stipulated period to the Allotted Institute will stand cancelled.

Candidates, who are already at the allotted institute and are attending the classes, shall check on the website if their branch is upgraded or not, and contact the Admission In-charge of their institute for further instructions.

5 CANCELLATIONS AND REFUND

A candidate, who takes provisional admission by reporting at an Admission Center but does not report to the Allotted Institute, will have to personally report for refund at the same Admission Center (where provisional admission was taken) on or before July 27, 2010. The candidate will get a refund of Rs. 34,000 (for OP,OPPH, OBC and OBCPH candidates) / Rs. 24,000 (for SC, SCPH, ST and STPH candidates).
A candidate, who reports to the Allotted Institute but cancels the admission on or before July 27, 2010, will get the refund from allotted institute in due course of time. After deducting Rs. 1000, the candidate would get refund of the remaining part of the fees paid till that point of time.
A candidate, who reports to the Allotted Institute and cancels the admission after July 27, 2010 is not eligible for any refund. However, should CCB conduct any admission round after August 7, 2010, refund to such candidates will be governed by the rules of the Allotted Institute.
Cancellations and refunds will be done only during the dates and time stipulated for reporting.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Academic Counselling Branch wise,Date wise ,Vacancy Position Report Updated



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Results for M.E./M.Tech (Full Time) / M.Sc / M.C.A May/June' 2010 Examinations -Updated Link-Anna University Coimbatore



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Prof. Dr. P. Mannar Jawahar-Vice Chancellor of Anna University Chennai-An insight into the VC's Profile.



PROF DR P MANNAR JAWAHAR
PhD. , ME , DMIT, B.Sc., MISTE, MISME
MISNDT, MSAE ( USA ), FIE, CHARTERED ENGINEER

VICE CHANCELLOR
ANNA UNIVERSITY CHENNAI
CHENNAI 600 025
INDIA
Prof. Dr. P. Mannar Jawahar is currently the Vice Chancellor of Anna University Chennai, one among the top technological universities in the world and the top technological university in India . He assumed charge in June 2008. His vision is to develop Anna University Chennai into a World Class Institution, renowned for its teaching capability, research tenacity and business acumen. His mission is to disseminate high quality technical education among the youth and inculcate values and ethics.

He has devoted himself towards teaching and research, building and grooming young engineers to face the challenges of the modern world. He joined Anna University , as a faculty in 1978 and rose to the position of a Professor in 1998. He has put in 3 decades of service in the teaching profession in various capacities. Even at the very young age of 39, his leadership qualities were recognized and the University bestowed on him, the Headship of leading the Department of Automobile Engineering. He was Head of the Department of Automobile Engineering at M.I.T campus of Anna University for 3 tenures and was Head of the Department of Production Technology at M.I.T for a span. During his tenure as HOD, he was instrumental in creating SEVEN new laboratories worth Rs. 5 crore.

• Automotive Electronics Lab (1999)
• Embedded System Lab (1999)
• Automotive Electrical Testing Lab (2002)
• Automotive Engine Calibration Lab (2002)
• Modern Automotive Components Lab (2008)
• Modern Engine & Vehicle Testing Lab (2008)
• Modelling and Simulation Lab (2008)

As an academician, he exulted as an active researcher interested in inventing things valuable to the common man. He is actively involved in research and has produced six Ph.D.'s in Engineering. He is an examiner of Doctoral Thesis in various Universities and External Examiner for a number of Ph.D. examinations. He has about 16 papers to his credit in International Journals, 20 papers in National Journals and more than 70 papers in National and International Conferences. He has written two books in Engineering Discipline.

Prof. Dr. P. Mannar Jawahar is a pragmatist and a reformer. During his term as Director, Centre for University-Industry Collaboration he was responsible for the Placement & Training Activities at Anna University . He was also instrumental in starting the novel and innovative programme called Tamil Nadu State Level Placement Programme (TNSLPP) which is beneficial for the students studying in all the Self-Financing Engineering Colleges throughout Tamil Nadu. Due to this TNSLPP around 22000 students from the 222 engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu and 9000 students from University Departments have been placed in various National and Multinational Software & Core Engineering Companies with a minimum salary of Rs. 20,000/- per month within a duration of 3 years (2005-2008). He promoted the concept of 'Dream Job' which has provided opportunities for nearly 600 students who have received highly paid job offers, with salaries ranging from Rs. 4 lakh to Rs. 17 lakh per annum. He has been providing encouragement and support for all students, particularly the students from rural backgrounds, some of whom seem to have a marginal disadvantage over their urban counterparts, in terms of their communication ability. During his tenure he also organized 'Employability Skill Development' programme to the students of affiliated colleges. He has organized training for CTS recruits at Anna University two times in 2006 & 2007 benefiting the faculty and students to the tune of Rs. 1.1 crore.

As a trendsetter, he has conducted a number of Short-Term Training Programmes for the new recruits of various Automotive Industries such as Ashok Leyland (15 days - 4 times during 1994), Engine Valves India Ltd. (15 days - 2 times during 2000 & 2001), India Piston Ltd. (15 days during 2001), Renault - Nissan (15 days - 4 times during 2008). He has organized National Seminars on "Modern Trends in Automobile Engineering" and several Faculty Development programmes. He was instrumental in conducting AICTE sponsored summer and winter schools.

A humanitarian by nature, he was involved in several socially and community related issues. He has organized socially relevant trainings, to help and assist underprivileged youth in the locality. On several occasions he has given invited talks in "All India Radio and T.V." on a variety of subjects, towards popularizing Engineering principles, especially on topics related to Automobile, Railways and Placement.

He has always been proactive in providing the best learning environment to the student community. The growing popularity of this University in providing quality education has created a great demand overseas. He has initiated a number of MoUs between Anna University and foreign Universities like Osaka City University , Maastricht University , University of Joseph Fourier , France .

Known for his initiative and drive for Industry-Institute interactions, he has spearheaded several MoUs between Anna University and Industries like Cognizant Technologies Solutions, AIEMA, NISSAN, Cypress Semi Conductor Corporation. He was instrumental in installing the Open Source Lab by Cognizant Technology Solutions Ltd. benefiting the University. He has visited several countries and has participated in a number of International Academic and Industrial Forums.

He is an institution builder and a leading light. He has held various administrative and academic posts at Anna University . He is the Chairman of various committees at Anna University . He is also a member of various professional bodies including SAE, ISTE, ISNDT, ISME. He is a fellow of Institution of Engineers ( India ) and also a Chartered Engineer.

He has served as an Expert Member in Departmental Promotion Council for Vikram Sarahai Space Centre (VSSC), Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), in selection / promotion committee for DRDO, in inspection committee of AICTE, Examiner in State Public Service Commission of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. At present he is a selection committee member for national organizations like ISRO, DRDO etc. He is also Advisory Council Member of SISI, expert member of Tamil Nadu State Council of FICCI and expert member of Madras Chamber of Commerce.

Humaneness is his characteristic feature. A man of discipline, Prof. Dr. P. Mannar Jawahar, with his sereneness and tranquil personality, accomplishes herculean tasks in an affable manner. He is benevolent and at the same time an excellent task master. He is a skilled administrator, adept in understanding people and their personalities.

Simplicity and integrity are the hall marks of his success. He is easily approachable and highly creative. He inspires confidence and trust among his peers and treats every individual with due respect.

Prof. Dr. P. Mannar Jawahar was born in a small village called PALAMEDU near Madurai . After his schooling and B.Sc course at Madurai , he joined the prestigious Madras Institute of Technology for his Undergraduate Engineering Course in Automobile Engineering. He did his M.E. (Mechanical Engineering) at P.S.G College of Technology, Coimbatore . He completed his Ph.D. at I.I.T. Delhi from the Department of Mechanical Engineering in "Vehicle Dynamics" area. Subsequently he did his Post Doctoral Research work at Warsaw University of Technology, Poland.

He is blessed with his wife JEWELCY and they are blessed with three sons NISHANT, NITIN PRASHANT and NIRMAL JOSHUA.
 

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