Thursday, June 30, 2011

RU professor arrested for sexually harassing student

Rajasthan University(RU) professor has been arrested for allegedly demanding sexual favours from his student. The victim has alleged that her research guide Dr R K Singhal of the Physics department was harassing her for months. The professor asked the girl to have sexual relations with him if she wanted to complete her PhD. Besides molesting her in February, Singhal and his colleague S N Dolia allegedly even blackmailed the student by morphing her face onto some obscene pictures. "While submitting her PhD thesis, the victim was asked for sexual favours by the teacher. Our preliminary investigation has found that the allegations are true and so we have arrested the Professor," said BL Soni, Commissioner of Police, Jaipur.
The victim approached the police on Monday with her parents. She alleged that Singhal had tried to rape her in the department's laboratory in February, but she managed to escape. He continued to sexually harass her after that. A large group of university students held a demonstration on Wednesday, demanding action against the professor. It was also reported that the victim had earlier submitted two complaints of sexual harassment against the professors to the university authorities, but they brushed the matter under the carpet. Singhal, who was produced before the court of additional CJM on Wednesday, has been sent to custody till July 1.

Lecturers Jobs in Technical Education by RPSC Ajmer

Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC), Ajmer invites Online application form for College lecturers in Technical Education Department, Rajasthan
Job Post: Lecturers
Total Post: 240
Job Post in Various Departments:
Civil Engineering = 62
Computer engineering = 32
Electrical Engineering=16
Mechanical Engineering=46
Electronics Engineering=16
Chemical = 31
Physics = 21
Costume design = 3
Textiles = 3
Age: 18-35 as on 1st Jan 2011, Reservation as per norms
Reservation: Reservation as per Govt of Rajasthan.
Pay Scale: PB3 Rs. 15600- Rs 39100 ( Grade Pay Rs. 5400 for BE/BTech, Rs. 6000 for M.Tech)
Qualification: Graduation in respective discipline.
Important Dates:
Last date: 28 July 2011
Examination Date: Informed later by RPSC Ajmer
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RPSC Recruitment 2011 for Senior Teachers 4326 Post

Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC), Ajmer invites Online application form Senior Teachers/Varishtha Adhyapak by Sr. Teachers Examination 2011.
Job Post: Sr. Teachers
Total Post: 4326
Age: 18-35 as on 1st Jan 2011, Reservation as per norms
Reservation: Reservation as per Govt of Rajasthan.
Pay Scale: PB2 Rs. 9300- Rs.34400
Qualification: Graduation in respective discipline.
Important Dates:
Last date: 11 August 2011
Examination Date: August/Septemeber 2011 at all district centers.
How to apply: Apply online through RPSC Website or E-Mitra Kiosk / Jan-suvidha Kendra
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Rajasthan's National Parks closed till 30 September

Rajasthan's All the national parks will be shut from Thursday for the monsoon season from 1st July to 30 September every year. The trails inside these national parks are damaged and animals that constitute the prey base like deer, sambhars and wart hogs among others breed during this season. "The tourist vehicles disturb animals during monsoon as it is their breeding season. We have also made a plan to manage the traffic of the pilgrims visiting Pandupole temple in Sariska. Devotees vehicles will be allowed only on Tuesdays and Saturdays during this season," RS Shekhawat, conservator of forest (CF), Alwar, said. In Sariska, officials have now prepared themselves to use the season to provide some extra minerals and salt to the animals.

Rajasthan BSTC Results 2011 declared

Rajasthan BSTC 2011 examination result is announced today for the examination held on 29 May 2011. BSTC 2011 results has been declared and now it is available on the official website. The wait of candidates who had appeared in the Pre BSTC 2011 exam has come to an end and they can check their results now. Direct link for viewing the results is given below. You can check your results by entering the roll number after visiting the link given below.

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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Rajasthan Police Constable Result 2011 District Wise

Rajasthan Police Constable Examination Result 2011 District wise is declared. You can see your Rajasthan Police Constable Result 2011 for District / Unit
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th BN. RAC, Jaipur, Ammnd. -4th BN. RAC, Jaipur, 5th BN. RAC, Jaipur, Police Telecommunication, Police Telecommunication, Jaipur, Police Telecommunication, Hadirani, 2nd BN. RAC, Kota, 7th BN. RAC, Bharatpur, Jhunjhunu, CID (CB), Bharatpur, 12th BN. RAC, Delhi, Kota City, Tonk, Jaipur Rural, 10th BN. RAC, GRP AJMER, JODHPUR CITY, 9th BN. RAC TONK, JODHPUR RURAL, KOTA RURAL, HANUMANGARH, MBC KHAIRWARA, RAJSAMAND, DHOLPUR, BIKANER, 8th BN. RAC, ALWAR, JALORE, BHILWARA, SIKAR, KAROLI, 11th RAC, CHURU, GRP JODHPUR, BUNDI, CHITTORGARH, JAISALMER, NAGORE, SAWAI MADHOPUR, 3 RD BN. RAC, 1 ST BN. RAC, DAUSA, AJMER, 6TH BN.RAC DHOLPUR, PALI, BARMER, JHALAWAR, BARAN, PRATAPGARH, SIROHI, BANSWARA, DUNGARPUR, UDAIPUR, HADIRANI BN,SRIGANGANAGAR, CID- IB,
http://rajpolice.nic.in/result2010.htm

LPG price dip by Rs 25 in Rajasthan

In a bid to offer some relief to the common man, Rajasthan Government ordered abolition of value added tax (VAT) on the cooking gas, bringing down its price by Rs.25 per LPG Gas cylinder. After the recent hike in fuel prices, cooking gas cost Rs. 398 in the state. With the abolition of VAT, it will cost around Rs. 373 for households and Diesel Price is also reduced by 54 Paise/Lt and now Diesel will cost Rs 42.90 per litre. The decision came after a Congress request to party-ruled states to reduce taxes on petroleum products to give relief to the common man. Earlier, West Bengal, Haryana and Delhi took a similar decision.
CM Ashok Gehlot, who had returned to Jaipur on Tuesday evening from Mumbai, held an unscheduled cabinet meeting at his residence around 9.30 pm. Senior officials of the finance department were present. The meeting continued till late and decided to reduce the taxes, giving in to the immense pressure for the same. In fact, speculations over a probable announcement at the Congress rally in the state capital on Wednesday were making rounds in political circles on Tuesday. The government had earlier tried to justify its taxes, claiming that the state’s VAT on petroleum products is less than those of other states.

Ashok Gehlot stresses on Right to Shelter Act

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot stressed upon enactment of Right To Shelter Act. Speaking at the conference of the Planning Commission and Chief Ministers of western states, for preparing 12th plan approach paper, in Mumbai, Mr Gehlot said when the UPA Government at the Centre was taking initiatives on welfare agenda with implementing laws like Right to Information Act, Right to Education Act and Food Security Law, it was high time that the policy makers thought of the need of bringing Right to Shelter(House) Act. Mr Gehlot said his government had set target to provide houses to needy people under the Affordable Housing Policy for which target of building and providing 5 lakh houses in 5 years was set.
Besides this, the state government was also working to provide houses to Below Poverty Line(BPL) families under Chief Minister’s Rural Housing Scheme for which the government had availed a loan of Rs 3,400 crore from Housing and Urban Development Corporation Ltd (HUDCO). He said on the lines of Rajiv Gandhi Housing Scheme, the Centre should also consider for rebate/relaxation in tax for the above scheme.

Rajasthan boy designed Chess for 6 Players

An eight-year-old specially-abled boy in Rajasthan has invented a unique form of chess, which can be played by six persons at a time. Hrideshwar Singh is suffering from muscular weakness, and is confined to a wheelchair. Defying these odds, Hrideshwar took the courage of inventing a new form of chess set which would enable multiple people playing together. Unlike the 64 squares normal chessboard, the one conceptualised and designed by Hrideshwar is circular in shape. "Its specialty is that six players can play at a time. It has different rules than the original one," the eight-year-old said.
Meenakshi Singh, Hrideshwar's mother, said that she is very proud of her son and insists that physical disability has never affected Hrideshwar's intelligence. "I am very proud of him. With this idea in his mind and his mental level proves that he is very intelligent. We want that he should touch great heights mentally and achieve fame," she said. She also noted that pending confirmation from appropriate sources, plans are afoot to patent Hrideshwar's invention and also an endorsement in almanacs like the Guinness Book of World Records and the Limca Book of Records.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

JCTSL hikes fares of low-floor buses

Jaipur City Transport Service (JCTSL) limited, too, has decided to increase fares of low-floor buses. Managing director, JCTSL, Malaini Agarwal, said, “The revised fares will be implemented from Tuesday. We have decided to increase the fare after increase in diesel prices.” She added, “It was essential to increase fare for low-floor buses to meet the operational expenses. However, the fare increased is minimum so that it does not affect people.” Earlier, the minimum fare for lowfloor buses for 0 to 4 kilometres was Rs 5 which has now increased to Rs 6. An official said, “The minimum fare has been increased by one rupee, whereas, Rs 2 has been increased in two categories and the maximum increase is Rs 3.”
Monthly passes for JCTSL lowfloor buses has also been increased from Rs 500 to Rs 600. The daily pass which was for Rs 30 has been increased to Rs 40. The increased fare has affected the common man. Vinesh Gujjar, who is a guard and earns Rs 2,700 a month, says, “Increasing Rs 100 on monthly pass will certainly affect me. The cheapest mode of transportation is getting expensive day by day due to irrational policies of the government.” The JCTSL has also increased Rs 50 for sub-urban passes. Agarwal said, “The a/c buses were recently launched in the city and it would be a burden on passengers if the fare will be increased.” However, sources in the department said the a/c low-floor buses are unable to attract commuters in the city, so even if authorities increase its fare, people won’t mind.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Informatics Assistant Jobs in DoIT&C, Rajasthan

Rajasthan, Department of Information Technology & Communication (DoIT&C), C-Scheme, Jaipur, Rajasthan, invites Online applications are invited for the following posts of Informatics Assistants to be posted in various departments of Rajasthan Government :
Job Post: Informatics Assistant
Total Post: 418 posts (UR-231, SC-58,ST-38, OBC-87, Special BC-4)
Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200 grade pay Rs.2400/-
Age : 21-35 years as on 01/01/2012
Application Fee : A bank draft of Rs.350/- (Rs.150/- for SC/ST/PH of Rajasthan) in favor of Rajasthan Knowledge Corporation Limited Or RKCL payable at Jaipur. Please write your name, Application Number, name of the post, category, mobile number and telephone number at the back of the draft.
How to Apply : Apply Online at DoITC/ RKCL website http://oasis.rkcl.in/doitc/StaticPages/Registration.aspx?did=14 upto 19/07/2011 6.00 pm only. Take printout of the system generated application and send it with affidavit and application fee by post/Speed posts on or before 25/07/2011 to Rajasthan Knowledge Corporation Limited, 7-A, Jhalana Institutional Area, Jaipur - 302004
Important Dates:
Last date: 19 July 2011
Written test on 21 August 2011
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NWR Changes Trains Schedules from 1st July

North Western Railway (NWR) has changed the schedule of more than 500 trains in various divisions of Rajasthan. The new time-table will be implemented from July 1. With the new time-table, the arrival and departure time of more than 74 trains from Jaipur Junction will change. Railway officials said timings of several trains departing or passing through the NWR zone will change from July 1. Officials said change in the timings were necessary after increase in speed of several trains due to technical upgradation of trains and railway infrastructure. Many single lines have been converted into double lines, which has increased the frequency of the trains.
From July 1, 74 trains from Jaipur, 30 from Phulera, 23 from Bandikui, 36 from Alwar and 14 trains from Rewari will be affected. Trains of Ajmer, Jodhpur and Bikaner divisions will also be affected. Meanwhile, an American company has been shortlisted for developing a crash-resistant locomotive design for the Railways and subsequently testing the prototype in a real-crash scenario. As part of an enhanced safety measure, Railways have decided to manufacture crashworthy locomotives involving cutting-edge technology. As part of the project, the design for existing diesel locomotives will also be developed and standardised. There are about 8,000 diesel locomotives.

Monsoon reaches Delhi, NCR

Delhi on Sunday had its date with South-West Monsoon, three days ahead of its normal onset in the city bringing cheers to citizens reeling under severe hot and humid conditions. "The South-West Monsoon has hit the capital three days ahead of its normal arrival," B P Yadav, Director of MeT Department, told. On Sunday, the rains started around 5 am and the rain guages measured 72 mm of showers in Narela weather station, 52 mm in Peetampura, 25 mm in PUSA area, 8 mm in Najafgarh, 2.4 mm in Safdurjung and 2 mm in Delhi University. The measurement of rain in Palam weather station was 1.7 mm while the same was 1.4 mm in Lodhi colony station, one mm in each in Akshardhan and Yamuna Sports Complex stations.
The showers brought down the minimum temperature to 25.9 degree Celsius, two degrees below normal and down from Saturday's 30 degrees. Last year, the monsoon had a late arrival in the capital. The seasonal rains started only on July five last year after a delay of a week. The earliest onset of monsoon over Delhi during the past 30 years was on 15th June, 2008 and while the most delayed onset was on 26th July, 1987. In 2010, Delhi had recorded 772.3 mm of rains compared to normal rains of 645.7 mm. However, in 2009 the city received deficient rains. The official said north-west India, which includes Delhi, is likely to get around 97 per cent of the average rains.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

IIFA Awards 2011 Winners

12th IIFA Awards 2011 Winners List: 12th International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards 2011 held on Saturday night at Toronto. Here is the list of the winners of the 12th IIFA Awards 2011 Winners:
Best Film - Dabangg
Best Debut
- Sonakshi Sinha - Dabangg
Best screenply - Abhinav Kashyap & Dilip Shukla - Dabangg
Best Playback Female Singar - Mamta sarma - Dabangg(Munni)
Best Playback Male Singar - rahat fateh ali khan - Dabangg(tere mast mast do nain)
Best performance in Negative role - Sou sood - dabangg
Best music director - Sajid-Wajid and Lalit Pandit - Dabangg
Best Costume Designing - Niharika Khan - Band Baaja Baaraat
Best Action - S. Vijayan - Dabangg
Best Makeup - Banu (For Rajnikant) - Robot
Best Background Score - Shankar, Ehsaan, Loy - My Name Is Khan
Best Song Recording - Vijay Dayal and Ainvayi Ainvayi - Band Baaja Baaraat
Best Choreography Award - Farah Khan - Munni Badnam for Dabangg
Best Editing - Namrata Rao - Band Baaja Baaraat
Best Sound Recording - Pritam Das - Love, Sex Aur Dhokha
Best Sound Re-recording - Leslie Fernandes - Dabangg
Best Cinematography - Sudeep Chatterjee - Guzaarish
Best Art Direction - Sabu Cyril - Robot
Best Special Effects -Indian Artists - Robot

Rajiv Biosphere reserve in Rajasthan soon

Rajiv biosphere reserve will soon come up in Rajasthan to ensure effective wildlife protection, proper biodiversity and environment enrichment. Adressing a joint press conference here this afternoon, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Union Environment and Forest Minister Jairam Ramesh said the mega project stretching over 11,000 sq km area right from Dholpur to Jhalawar would not only ensure biodiversity, but would also provide safe corridor to tigers of Ranthambhore, Kela Devi and Mansingh tiger sanctuaries. The project proposal was being finalised by the state government and would soon be sent to the Centre for approval, they said.
The government was also contemplating move for opening a Center of the US based Smithsonian Institution at Shahpura near Jaipur for working on willife issues. The Environment and Forest Ministry did favour the project and hence the proposal was being sent to the Planning Commission and the Center would be opened soon, Mr Ramesh said. Mr Gehlot said during a high-level meeting held here earlier in the day, the Minister has assured due help from the Centre for the implementation of the project. Besides this, the meeting also discussed vital issues pertaining to different sanctuaries. This included laying of new by-pass roads to prevent vehicular traffic through the core area in Sariska tiger sanctuary and Taal Chhaper Black Buck reserve.

Baba Ramdev in Delhi Today

Baba Ramdev to visit Delhi Today after 15 days. Today he will meet injured Rajbala in Hospital and in evening he will address press conference in Delhi. Baba Ramdev and his supporters has prompted a flurry of reactions from almost all political parties and prominent leaders on eviction from delhi on 4 June.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Monsoon arrives in Rajasthan

South-West monsoon on Thursday hit Rajasthan with several parts of the state receiving rainfall even as hot and humid conditions continue to make life unpleasant for people in the national capital. The monsoon hit several parts of Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota and Udaipur divisions in Rajasthan. Kota received the maximum rainfall of 57 mm, while Jaipur recorded 48 mm, Vanasthali 35 mm, Chittorgarh 20 mm, Dabok 14 mm and Ajmer 1 mm rainfall. However, there was no respite from sultry conditions for Delhiites as the brief intermittent monsoon showers the city witnessed last week failed to make a comeback. The maximum temperature hovered around 38.7 degree Celsius, while the minimum temperature was at 29.8 deg C. The humidity ranged between 76 per cent and 52 per cent, higher than yesterday's 74 per cent and 50 per cent, making Delhiites wilt. Meanwhile, some isolated places in Punjab and Haryana received showers, while there was drizzling in Chandigarh.
The MeT department forecast southwest monsoon to hit Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh by July 1. Cloudy conditions prevailed in most parts of Himachal Pradesh, causing a fall of two to three degree in the day temperature. Some areas also received moderate downpours. Mandi, Kangra and Hamirpur areas received downpours with Sujanpur Tira recording highest 66 mm rains, followed by Palampur 29.4 mm, Baijnath 26 mm and Mandi 23.7 mm. Paonta Sahib at maximum 39 deg C was the hottest place in the state, followed by Bhuntar at 35.3 deg C. The state capital Shimla remained engulfed in fog and received intermittent showers. It recorded a high of 23.4 deg C, a fall of two points from yesterday.

Smuggler Kalla Khan arrested in Barmer

Notorious smuggler Kalla Khan--who was absconding for past two years - was arrested by police here yesterday. Khan, is a close associate of international smuggler Lunia, who was caught two years ago with a consignment of explosive, arms and ammunition brought from Pakistan for erstwhile terrorist outfit Babbar Khalsa and was wanted by the ATS in connection with the recovery, official sources said today. A reward of Rs 25,000 was also announced for those who facilitate his arrest. His associate Lunia and one accomplice were arrested while trying to pass-on the consignment to connective in Punjab. ATS has been informed of Kalla's arrest.

India win first Test against West Indies

India got a convincing victory in the first Test after West Indies were all out for 262 on day four of the first cricket test at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica. Needing a further 195 runs to win with seven wickets in hand, the West Indies lost six wickets for an addition of 95 runs in the morning session. Praveen Kumar (3/41) struck a couple of decisive blows during his morning spell removing Darren Bravo (41, 89 balls, 7x4) and Shivnarine Chanderpaul (30, 73 balls, 4x4) in quick succession after their 68- run stand for the fourth wicket stand. From 148 for three, the hosts were suddenly struggling at 149 for five. With the track deteriorating with some deliveries jumping from the good length spot while a few keeping very low, it was a struggle for survival for the West Indian batsmen. None of the lower-middle order batsmen save Ravi Rampaul (34, 32 balls, 6x4, 1x6) showed stomach for fight.
The first half an hour didn't have any indication of what was to follow as Praveen got into the act. Bravo who had looked confident shuffled across the stumps as Praveen angled one into him that sent his leg-stump for a toss. Chanderpaul was one man who could have been depended for his doggedness but he too perished when a Praveen delivery stopped and came onto him as he committed onto a cover drive. All he could do was to lob a simple catch to Suresh Raina as it was virtually all over for the Caribbeans.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Universities in Rajasthan

Universities in Rajasthan: Mainly there are around 22 universities in Rajasthan at present, offering all kinds of Graduate, Post-Graduate degrees, professional and vocational courses. Most of the universities are members of the Association of Indian Universities. Some of them are the state universities, while others are the deemed universities.
State Universities: State universities in the state are run and administered by the Government of Rajasthan. The University Grants Commission, however, allocates funds for the development of the universities. The names of these state universities are as below:
   1. Banasthali Vidhyapith, Banasthali
   2. Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur
   3. Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women's University
   4. Kota Open University, Kota
   5. Maharana Pratap University of Agrilcuture & Technology, Udaipur
   6. Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University, Ajmer
   7. Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur
   8. National Law University, Jodhpur
   9. Rajasthan Agricultural University, Bikaner
  10. Rajasthan Sanskrit University, Jaipur
  11. Maharaja Ganga Singh University (MGSU), Bikaner
  12. University of Kota, Kota
  13. University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
  14. Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
  15. Vardhman Mahaveer Open University (1987)
  16. IIS University Jaipur
  17. Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS)
Deemed Universities: Deemed University is a status of autonomy granted to high performing institutes and departments of various universities in India. It is granted by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of India. There are 8 deemed universities in Rajasthan as listed below:
   1. Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani
   2. Institute of Advanced Studies in Education, Sardarshahr
   3. Jain Vishva Bharati Institute, Nagaur
   4. LNM Institute of Information Technology, Jaipur
   5. Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth, Udaipur
   6. Malviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur
   7. Mody Institute of Technology and Science, Sikar
   8. Rajasthan Ayurveda University, Jodhpur
Private Universities: The Government of Rajasthan has put forward one more step for the betterment of educational infrastructure in the state. The Rajasthan Private University Act, 2005 has opened the gates for Self-Financed Universities to come here and set up their campuses. Till now the Government of Rajasthan has issued letters of intent to seven such universities. The ordinance regarding setting up of four universities has been approved by the Governor Shilendra Kumar and ordinance for remaining private universities is expected to be approved very soon.
The Self-Financed Universities that have been approved by the Governor are as following:
   1. Amity University (Jaipur)
   2. Jaipur National University (Jaipur)
   3. Sir Padampad Singhania University (Udaipur)
   4. Singhania University (Jhunjhunu)
   5. Jagan Nath University (Jaipur)

Heavy rain in southern Rajasthan, 1 Dead

Mansoon enters Rajasthan today from Jhalawar with heavy rains in southern part of state after Pre-monsoon showers in last 2 days. Kota, Jhalawar and bara gets heavy rain in last 24 hours and flood like conditions are obeserved in Jhalawar district. House collapse due to rain takes one life in bara district's Una. Heavy rain observed in Bara district and villages across the district.
Jhalawar observe 135mm, Tonk 72mm, Bundi 69mm and Chittorgarh 51mm rain in state while jodhpur, ajmer and other part also gets some showers. The Met office said that heavy rain is likely to occur in southern Rajasthan in the next few days. Jaipurities woke up to a pleasant morning and it was followed by a cloudy yet humid afternoon. Though mild showers were witnessed in the evening, it too failed to convert into moderate rainfall in Pink City. Jaipur continued to witness a dip in its maximum and minimum temperatures which were 37.3 and 26.8 degrees Celsius, respectively. The Met office said Jaipur will have good rain on Thursday.

CBI raids railway stations in Rajasthan

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the vigilance wing of North Western Railway conducted joint raids Wednesday at railway stations in Rajasthan over alleged lapses in Tatkal (emergency) ticket booking, an official said “The raids were conducted at various railway stations, including Jaipur and Jodhpur, from morning till noon. A few people were detained for questioning but no arrest has been made so far,” said CBI spokesperson Dharini Mishra. The investigative agency received complaints that the people were unable to book Tatkal tickets due to an alleged nexus between railways officials and touts at the stations. The CBI said that they had not registered any formal complaint but hoped to nab the touts and corrupt officials.
Tatkal tickets cannot be booked online from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. every day. This forces people to procure these tickets from the normal ticket counters where touts are allegedly active. The Tatkal scheme was introduced by Indian Railways to meet the urgent travel requirement of passengers.

PAC Chairman wants Chidambaram's resignation

The Parliamentary Public Accounts Committe (PAC) Chairman Murli Manohar Joshi again trained his guns against Union Home Minister P Chidambaram and sought his dismissal for his role in changes in terms and conditions in Krishna Godwari gas field project that led to hike in LPG price. Talking to reporters at the BJP state ehadquarters here today Dr Joshi said that the project cost estimates were allowed to be changed to the conerned stake holders from Rs 12,000 crore to Rs 45,000 crore within two years, the gas price for the project was also allowed to Rs 4.20 per BTU, almost three times as compared to price fixed by the ONGC.
The ONGC used to purchase LPG at Rs 1.20 per BTU and sale at Rs 1.80 per BTU,however, later the ONGC sale price was also levelled up at Rs 4.20 BTU that led to increase of price of LPG for the consumer. Moreover, special CAG audit of the project project and leakage of the CAG report did also make the matter complicated. This all happened when Mr Chidambaram was the Finance Minister, Mr Joshi said adding that irregularities/suspicious actions were taken KG basin and 2-G Spectrum scam was also committed when Mr Chidambaram was the Finance Minister. ''Now when he is the Home Minister blunders were committed in lists of criminals sent to Pakistan, then what sort of services he was rendering to the nation, I do urge the Government that he should be dismissed from the Cabinet'''. This was second succssive day when Mr Joshi targeted the Union Home Minister. Earlier, while delivering a lecture on 2G Spectrum issue here last night, he had demanded Chidambaram's removal from the post.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Pre-monsoon rain lashes Rajasthan

Rajasthan gets its Pre-monsoon rain that lashed eastern and northern parts of the state on Tuesday Morning. Mild to moderate rainfall brought the mercury down at many places. Jaipur Met office said monsoon rains will start in Rajasthan from June 23 onwards when the south-west monsoon enters from Kota. Jaipur Met office director S S Singh, on the progress of monsoon, said, “It is likely to enter Rajasthan within two days. It has reached Madhya Pradesh.” Singh said rain will lash eastern Rajasthan, including Kota, Jhalwar and Baran districts of the state in the next 24 hours.
Jaipurities woke up to a pleasant morning with overnight rain. Many people were seen drenching themselves in the morning rain. There was a drastic dip in the minimum and maximum temperatures of the city with 22.8 and 34.7 degrees Celsius respectively. But rain also lead to waterlogging and heaps of garbage on roads and many localities in and around Jaipur. The Met office said rain or thundershowers are likely to be witnessed at many places in the southern and eastern parts of the state in the next 48 hours.

Prashasan Shahron ke Sang from 2nd October

Rajasthan Goverment is back "Prashasan Shahron ke Sang" after positive responses from Prashasan Shahron ke Sang campaign last year, the state government has decided to launch campaign again on October 2, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. To make campaign successful, the state government has organised a meeting with heads of various important departments on Tuesday. It also has been decided that a two-day seminar will be organised, starting from Wednesday, to train the officers to work efficiently for solving public grievances. Officers from various departments will organise camps to redress grievances of common man during the campaign in 184 municipalities all over the state.
They would issue ration cards, lease deeds, driving license, birth-certificate and domicile certificates to the people in the campaign. And the grievances of road repairing, power and water connection and encroachment will also be redressed in the campaign.

JNVU VC Naveen Mathur passed away

Jai Narayan Vyas University(JNVU) vice-chancellor(VC) Naveen Mathur passed away on Tuesday. He was admitted to Goyal Hospital on Monday night here at 11 pm with high fever and breathing problem. He breathed his last at 7 am on Tuesday. Governor Shivraj Patil, chief minister Ashok Gehlot and minister of state for information & public relation Ashok Bairwa expressed grief on the demise of Mathur terming it an irrepairable loss to the academic world. Hundreds from social, academic and political fraternity were present during his funeral in the evening on Tuesday. He is survived by wife, two sons and a daughter. Mathur had taken the charge as V-C here on November 28, 2009. A management expert, he had contributed immensely to promote tourism education by launching tourism education in several European and South East Asian countries as well as in various Indian universities. He was appreciated as an academician, researcher and author on tourism by the World Tourism Organisation, Spain and awarded a gold medal for this.

Rajasthan University extends last date

University of Rajasthan (RU) extended last date for admission 2011-12 in state as some of results for final year examination were yet to be declared. The university has now kept the option open for such students by extending the deadline to submit forms online up to July 5 while July 7 is deadline to submit hard copies of admission forms. However, the university hasn't granted any relaxation for other applicants as the deadline with late fee of Rs 50 remains till June 26. In the meanwhile, the students completing graduation this year are in dilemma as their final year results had not been announced yet.
"The students awaiting their final year results were not able to submit the applications for admissions to various post graduate degrees and diploma courses. To facilitate such students, the university administration has allowed them to submit applications online till July 5 and submit the hard copies at their respective departments by July 7," said professor Rajeev Gupta, convener, centralised admissions committee, Rajasthan University. Meanwhile, the student leaders have criticized the university's delay in declaration of the results.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Aseemanand, four others charged in Samjhauta Express Blast

National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a chargesheet in court on the Samjhauta Express bomb blast on February 18, 2007, which killed 68 people, mostly Pak nationals, charging Swami Aseemanand and four others, including Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) pracharak Sunil Joshi (now dead), for the deed. This is the first time any member of the RSS has been formally charged for terrorism activity. The investigators said Aseemanand began propagating a “bomb for bomb theory to give vent to his feelings” after the terrorism attacks at the Akshardham temple in Gujarat, Raghunath Temple in Jammu and Sankat Mochan Temple at Varanasi. He also discussed his plans with RSS members Sunil Joshi, Sandeep Dange, Lokesh Sharma and Ramchandra Kalasangra.
The NIA suspects that apart from these five accused, more people were involved. Assemanand and Sharma are in Ambala jail, while a reward of Rs 10 lakh has been announced for information leading to an arrest of Dange and Kalasangra, who are absconding. Assemanand is suspected to have played a major role not just in Samjhauta blast but also the blast case, Hyderabad's Mecca Masjid blast and the Malegaon blast cases. NIA is investigating the role of Pragya Thakur, accused in the Malegaon case, for involvement in the Samjhauta attack, too. In its charge sheet before a local court in Panchkula, Haryana, NIA said the Samjhauta Express, a bi-weekly train between India and Pakistan, was chosen because most of the passengers were Pakistanis. “Aseemanand not only provided financial and logistical support to the terror group which executed the blast but also played a vital role in instigating and motivating people to carry out this terrorist act. Sandeep Dange, Ramchandra Kalasangra and Lokesh Sharma, under the leadership of Sunil Joshi, procured raw materials for the improvised explosive device and also planted the bomb in the train,” NIA told the court.

Rajasthan TET Exam on 31st July

Rajasthan Teachers Eligibility Test (TET-2011) will be held on July 31 by Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE). The decision was taken after the Rajasthan High Court vacated stay over holding the TET-2011 and asked the RBSE to declare new dates for the test. The court while disposing of petitions filed by several students said on Monday that Bachelor of Education (BEd) graduates with science, arts and commerce background would be eligible for the test. Earlier, the Rajasthan High court had put on hold the TET-2011 on the petition filed by students. "We have decided to conduct TET-2011 on July 31. The selection process for the teachers will start soon," said Subhash Garg, chairman, Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan. Those who have attained BEd degree from Jammu and Kashmir and from other states would also be eligible for the TET. The court said that candidates from general category were required to pass qualifying exams with 45 per cent and those from STs, SCs and OBCs with 40 per cent marks. However, there would be no minimum marks compulsion for those who had passed qualifying examinations before 2007. Earlier, the government had announced to recruit as many as 50,000 teachers to ensure effective implementation of RTE in the state. The process seems to have initiated with the announcement of examination dates by RBSE.

Dilip Chaudhary's brother commits suicide

Rajasthan Parliamentary Secretary Dilip Chaudhary's brother Mahesh committed suicide by shooting himself dead here today. A police spokesman said Mahesh fired at himself from his pistol at his sister's residence in Mansarovar Patrakar Colony where he was spending time since last evening. He went in the bathroom around 1030 hrs where he fired at himself. Hearing the bang of firing his sister and her husband rushed to the bathroom to find him seriously injured. He was rushed to the Fortis Hospital where he succumbed.
In a suicide note reportedly left by Mahesh, he had stated that he was fed up with his illness and hence was taking the extreme step. His younger brother Dilip is sitting MLA from Jaitaran assembly segment in Pali district and presently working as Parliamentary Secretary.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Dr Chandrabhan sets target of majority in 2013 Election

Rajasthan state Congress president Dr Chandrabhan assumed office at a well attended function held at the PCC headquarters with resolve to gear up the organisation to retain the power in 2013 Assembly election with absolute majority. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, outgoing state president Union Road Transport and Highways Minister CP Joshi, former state presidents Narain Singh, Dr.Girija Vyas and Dr BD Kalla, former Union Minister and sitting MP Sisram Ola, AICC Secretary and sititng MP Bhanwar Jitendra Singh, Union Minister Namo Narain Meena several members of Gehlot Council of Ministers including Home Minister Shanti Kumar Dhairwal, Energy Minister Dr Jitendra Singh and Tourism Minister Bina Kak were present. Expressing his gratitude to Party Supremo Sonia Gandhi for entrusting the top post in the party state unit, Dr Chandrabhan said his top most priority would be to uphold the faith and expectation of the leadership by strengthening and expanding party up to rural level to enable it so win the election.
''In the December 2008 assembly election we fell short of majority and had to depend up on others for support to form the government. Now my task and target is to attain majority mark in next elections on our own and also to improve the tally of the last Lok Sabha polls when we had won 20 of total 25 seats''. Mr Bhan said. ''This is not possible without cooperation and support from all of the party workers across the state and therefore, I do appeal to workers to join hands, work unitedly extend cooperation and support to achieve the above goal'', the party state Chief said. He also counselled the party workers to be discplined and loyal to the party and not to rake upinternal matters in public. ''You all are supposed to behave like ruling party ranks and not like the Opposition people, therefore, laud to your best the achievements and good works of our government and organisation but don't make public internal issues, differences and weakness. That should be conveyed to the party in a sober and silent manner'', Mr Bhan asserted.

Rao Jaswant Singh Tanwar passes away

The descendant of Rajasthan's folk diety Baba Ramdev, Rao Jaswant Singh Tanwar, has passed away. Singh died at a New Delhi hosptial on Friday and his funeral took place near the sepulchre of Baba Ramdev in the famous Ramdevra temple here yesterday. Large number of people had gathered to offer him floral tribute.

Chandigarh-Ajmer Garib Rath from 1st July

The services of 12083-Garib Rath, which presently runs between Jaipur and Chandigarh thrice in a week, will be extended up to Ajmer from July 1. A North Western Railway Spokesman said here that the train would leave Ajmer at 1755 hrs to reach Jaipur at 2000 hrs and leave from here for Chandigarh at 2010 hrs. Similarly, the 12084 train would reach Jaipur from Chandigarh at 0730 hrs and would proceed for Ajmer at 0745 hrs, the spokesman said. The announcement for extending the service up to Ajmer was made in the rail budget for the current fiscal, he added.

Child labourers freed from units in Jaipur

Police liberated around 100 children employed as child labourers in different units in the state capital of Jaipur, Police Commissioner BL Soni said. These children brought from different places in Bihar were engaged in works in six embroidery factories in areas under the Sadar police station here, Mr Soni said. The freed children--many of them aging 8 to 10 years or so--were later shifted to the Bal Griha shelter home being run here by Jaipur Municipal Corporation, he said. The owners of the six units--who also hail from Bihar--were arrested, the Commissioner added.

Govt, civil members to meet today on Lokpal Bill

Government and civil society, the two sides will meet on Monday in a last ditch attempt to resolve contentious issues and hammer out a consensus on the Lokpal Bill. On the eve of the meeting of the Lokpal joint drafting committee - the eighth since April 16, Senior ministers held discussions for nearly three hours on Sunday evening to finetune the Government's strategy. The deliberations, chaired by Finance Minister and panel chairman Pranab Mukherjee, were attended by Union ministers Kapil Sibal, Salman Khurshid and Veerappa Moily - all members of the committee. Minister of State in PMO V Narayanaswamy also took part in the parleys. However, another member of the committee Home Minister P Chidambaram was not present as he was out of town. None of the ministers spoke to media after the meeting which lasted two hours and 45 minutes.
Monday's deliberations could be the last meeting of the joint committee and another round will be held on Tuesday if the discussions for an anti-corruption watchdog are not concluded on Monday. Karnataka Lokayukta Santosh Hegde, a member of the drafting committee, denied any split in the Anna Hazare camp and said he will attend the panel's meeting and backed the social activist's planned fast from August 16 after opposing it. After his comments on Hazare's fast and inability to take part in the meeting in Delhi fuelled speculation of differences among civil society representatives, Hegde said he will be present on June 21 to show there is 'no rift'. While the government has virtually ruled out bringing the post of the Prime Minister under the ambit of the anti-corruption watchdog, Congress core group has favoured convening an all-party meeting on the issue of inclusion of the PM. The Hazare camp is pressing for bringing the Prime Minister under Lokpal's purview. HRD Minister Kapil Sibal, a member of the Joint Drafting Committee, said the view within the government is that Prime Minister should not be included within the ambit of Lokpal. He, however, said once the PM demits office, he should not be "exonerated" from prosecution. Santosh Hegde however feels keeping the Prime Minister out of Lokpal till he demits office will not serve the purpose of having an effective investigation because there will not be any trail of any misconduct.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

RPET 2011 Result declared, Shefali Garg Tops

Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test (RPET) Exam 2011 results declared today, 19 June 2011( Sunday) for the exam held on May 19. The examination was conducted by the Board of Technical Education of Rajasthan (BTER) for admission to various engineering colleges affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University. Out of 67,990 candidates who appeared for the examination, Shefali Garg from Alwar secured the first position, whereas Mohit Gupta from Sriganganagar got the second position. Pradeep Agarwal of Jaipur stood fifth in the order of merit.
The examination was conducted by Board of Technical Education for admission to engineering colleges affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University. However, the results were declared by department of technical education. Meanwhile, there are no cut-off marks announced by the department unlike other engineering competitive entrance tests. "There is no provision for declaring cut-offs for the RPET candidates, but we come out with merit order. That will be followed by students' preference in option forms for counselling," said SK Singh, director, Board of Technical Education. He says that the students will be allotted merit order that will be considered during their counselling.

Rajasthan Board 10th Result declared

RBSE (Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education) Ajmer announced 10th Arts results today on 19th June at 4:15 PM for Board Exam. Class Xth Arts Board Exam Result 2011 can be seen at following websites:

1. http://rajeduboard.nic.in/

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Rajasthan Board 10th Merit List 2011

Atul Gupta from Bharatpur tops RBSE Ajmer 10th Merit declared today by Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education(RBSE), Ajmer with 97% while Akib Javed from Kota secure second rank in merit while third rank is jointly shared by Keerti Choudhary from Bharatpur, Amit Gill from Jhunjhunu and dinesh Kumar from Jhunjhunu. Total 124 Students secure rank in Merit List of top 15 in Rajasthan State declared by RBSE Ajmer today. The full list of students who get place in merit List is listed below.
Rajasthan Board 10th Merit List 2011
Merit Rank 1: Atul Kumar Gupta with 97% from Adarsh Tagore Shiksha Samiti Sr SS, Katra Nadbai(Bharatpur).
Merit Rank 2: Akib Javed with 96.67% from Pragati Public Sr Sec School, Kota
Merit Rank 3: Ms. Keerti Choudhary with 96.50% from Adarsh Tagore Shiksha Samiti Sr SS, Katra Nadbai(Bharatpur).
Merit Rank 3: Amit Gill with 96.50% from Ravindranath Tagore Public School, Jhunjhunu.
Merit Rank 3: Dinesh Kumar with 96.50% from Taigore Public School, Bhainsawata Khurd, Jhunjhunu
Merit Rank 4: RAHUL TANWAR from GYANDEEP SR SS,NASIA COLONY,GANGAPUR CITY(SAWAI MADHOPUR)
Merit Rank 4: MS. KOMAL GARG from GULKANDI DEVI GIRLS AVM SEC SCH,GANGAPURCITY,SAWAI MADHOPUR
Merit Rank 4: ANOP KUMAR KUMAWAT from SHRI SHYAM VIDHYA PEETH SEC SCH,KHATU SHYAM JI,SIKAR
Merit Rank 5: MS. MONIKA GUPTA from SWAMI KESHAVANAND SHIKSHAN SANSTHAN SR SEC SCH,LAXMANGARH
Merit Rank 5: MS. PRIYANKA CHAUDHARY from EMMANUEL MISSION SEC SCH,BANSWARA
Merit Rank 5: AKHIL AHUJA from JAI BHARAT MODEL SEC SCH,KHAJUWALA (BIKANER)
Merit Rank 5: RADHESHYAM SHARMA from MADHU BAL MANDIR SHIKSHA SAMITI SR SEC SCH,BHAMBORI(JAIPUR)
Merit Rank 5: TARUN NAGAL from APEX PUBLIC SR SEC SCH,3/9 KURI BHAGTASANI H.B.,JODHPUR
Merit Rank 5: ABHISHEK KALA from ST. XIVIERS SR SEC SCH,NAGAUR
Merit Rank 5: ADITYA DADHICH from ADARSH VM SR SEC SCH,MALPURA
Merit Rank 6: SHARAD BANSAL from SONI ACADEMY SEC SCH,NIMDA GATE,BHARATPUR
Merit Rank 6: VIVEK SINGHAL from SHRI GANDHI JYOTI SR SEC SCH,BHUSAWAR(BHARATPUR)
Merit Rank 6: HARSHVARDHAN from SH RGG SS ADARSH VM SR SEC SCH,SUJANGARH(CHURU)
Merit Rank 6: SHUBHAM GOYAL from ADARSH VIDHYA MANDIR SEC SCH,MAHWA(DAUSA)
Merit Rank 6: MS. AASHI JAIN from SAINT FRANCIS SEC SCH,BANDIKUI(DAUSA)
Merit Rank 7: PRINCE DAGA from GURUKUL ENGLISH MEDIUM SEC SCH,BALOTRA(BARMER)
Merit Rank 7: MS. PRIYANKA KANWAR fom BALNIKETAN SR SS,GANDHI SEVA SADAN,RAJSAMAND
Merit Rank 8: CHIRAG RANKA from GURUKUL ENGLISH MEDIUM SEC SCH,BALOTRA(BARMER)
Merit Rank 8: DIGAMBAR SINGH from ADARSH PUB VM SR SEC SCH,KUMHER ROAD,NADBAI
Merit Rank 8: MANISH DADHICH from NUTAN VIDHYA MANDIR SR SS,SHAHPURA
Merit Rank 8: MS. KHUSHBOO SHARMA from PRERANA SR SEC SCH,NAWALGARH(JHUNJHUNU)
Merit Rank 8: MS. PRIYANKA KUMARI from INALIA PUBLIC SHIKSHAN SANSTHAN SR SEC SCH,NIWAI(JHUNJHUNU)
Merit Rank 8: MS. MONIKA AGARWAL from RAJ PUBLIC SEC SCH,MAKRANA(NAGAUR)
Merit Rank 8: VISHAMBHAR DAYAL GARG from SHAHEED RIPUDAMAN SINGH ADARSH V M SEC SCH,SAWAI MADHOPUR
Merit Rank 8: SANDEEP KUMAR from VIVEKANAND SR SEC SCH,INDUSTRIAL AREA,NEEMKATHANA,SIKAR
Merit Rank 8: MS. LEKHIKA PALIWAL from GOVT GIRLS SR SEC SCH,BHUPALPURA,UDAIPUR
Merit Rank 8: SUNIL KUMAR from DASHMESH PUBLIC SR SEC SCH,SILWALA KHURD(HANUMANGARH)
Merit Rank 9: KANHAIYA LAL from SWAMI DAYANAND SARASWATI SR SEC SCH,NADBAI
Merit Rank 9: MS. ABHILASHA SINGHAL from ADARSH TAGORE SHIKSHA SAMITI SR SS,KATRA NADBAI(BHARATPUR)
Merit Rank 9: SHIVSHANKAR SHARMA from MAHESHWARI SR SEC SCH,VIJAY PATH,TILAK NAGAR,JAIPUR
Merit Rank 9: MS. AASTHA from JAIPUR CAMBRIDGE ACA SR SEC SCH,A-66 SHIVSHAKTI NAGAR,JAIPUR
Merit Rank 9: MS. MANISHA GHUGHARWAL from GAUTAM GIRLS VP SR SEC SCH,NAWALGARH(JHUNJHUNU)
Merit Rank 9: PUNIT KUMAR SAINI from RAMLAL SHIKSHAN SANSTHAN SR SEC SCH,ALSISAR(JHUNJHUNU)
Merit Rank 9: MS. SHIREEN PATHAN from LOK MANYA BGT SEC SCH,KANWAS(KOTA)
Merit Rank 9: AMIT MEENA from ST. PAUL ENGLIGH S S,12 INDIRA COLONY,MANTOWN,SAWAI MADHOPUR
Merit Rank 9: SUBHAM GUPTA from LITTLE CHILDREN MONTESARY SEC SCH,RAJAKHERA(DHOLPUR)
Merit Rank 9: MS. SHAILJA DADHICH from BALNIKETAN SR SS,GANDHI SEVA SADAN,RAJSAMAND
Merit Rank 9: SHUBHAM SAXENA from ADARSH VM SEC SCH,HINDAUN(KARAULI)
Merit Rank 10: SHUBHAM TIWARI from GYANODAY PUBLIC SEC SCH,GOVIND NAGAR,BHARATPUR
Merit Rank 10: MS. RADHA RAM from SHRI RADHA KRISHNA SEC SCH,KAMAN(BHARATPUR)
Merit Rank 10: ANKIT AGRAWAL from VIVEKANAND VIDHYA BHAWAN SR SS,MARG MURLIPURA SCHEME JAIPUR
Merit Rank 10: JAY PRAKASH KABRA from RAVINDRA BAL NIKETAN SEC SCH,AAMLI ROAD,SIKAR
Merit Rank 10: UTKARSH MEHTA from GURU NANAK PUBLIC SR SEC SCH,HIRAN MAGRI,SECTOR-4,UDAIPUR
Merit Rank 11: NARENDER KUMAR from MAHARSHI BAL V M SEC SCH,BALOTRA(BARMER)
Merit Rank 11: MS. ANU AGRAWAL from ADARSH VIDHYA MANDIR SR SS,NADBAI ROAD,NAGAR(BHARATPUR)
Merit Rank 11: MS. NIMISHA GOYAL from ADARSH TAGORE SHIKSHA SAMITI SR SS,KATRA NADBAI(BHARATPUR)
Merit Rank 11: VIKAS KUMAR PERIWAL from JAI BHARAT MODEL SEC SCH,KHAJUWALA (BIKANER)
Merit Rank 11: RAJIV KUMAR from RAMLAL SHIKSHAN SANSTHAN SR SEC SCH,ALSISAR(JHUNJHUNU)
Merit Rank 11: MANOJ KUMAR GUPTA from GOVT SR SEC SCH,RATLAI
Merit Rank 12: RAHUL from RAO VEERENDRA SINGH P SR SEC SCH,SODAWAS(ALWAR)
Merit Rank 12: BHUMIK JOSHI from BALMANDIR SEC SCH,BARMER
Merit Rank 12: MS. CHAYANIKA SHARMA from SHRI DURGAPRASAD DHANUKA A V M SEC SCH,RATANGARH(CHURU)
Merit Rank 12: MS. MEENAL PAREEK from GURUKUL V P SR SEC SCH,LATEKABAAS,SHAHPURA(JAIPUR)
Merit Rank 12: PRAMOD KUMAR RANWA from INDIAN SR SEC SCH,LOSAL
Merit Rank 12: MS. ASHA VERMA from S.T. D.A.V. PUBLIC SEC SCH,THERMAL,SURATGARH(SRI GANGANAGAR)
Merit Rank 13: MS. SONAL TRIVEDI from SAVITRI GIRLS SR SEC SCH,AJMER
Merit Rank 13: VIKALP from ALOK V M SEC SCH,SHASTRI NAGAR,BHARATPUR
Merit Rank 13: ABHISHEK KUMAR JAIN from VIKAS BAL VIDHYAPEETH SR SEC SCH,DEEG(BHARATPUR)
Merit Rank 13: JITESH DHOOT from SMT. KESHAR DEVI SOTI ADARSH VM SR SEC SCH,CHURU
Merit Rank 13: MS. HITAISHI SIHAG from NAV GYAN JYOTI S S SR SEC SCH,CHURU
Merit Rank 13: ROCHAK CHOUBISA from SPRINGDALES SR SEC SCH,SAGWARA
Merit Rank 13: MS. KUMKUM KUMAWAT from VIVEKANAND VIDHYA BHAWAN SR SS,MARG MURLIPURA SCHEME JAIPUR
Merit Rank 13: MS. MANISHA CHAWLA from NITIN GIRLS SR SEC SCH,KISSAN MARG,997 BARKAT NAGAR,JAIPUR
Merit Rank 13: JITENDRA SHARMA from MARUDHAR PUBLIC SR SEC SCH,BHANPURKALAN(JAIPUR)
Merit Rank 13: HITESH KUMAR from NEW INDIAN PUB SR SEC SCH,NAWALGARH(JHUNJHUNU)
Merit Rank 13: MS. RITIKA from RAJASTHAN PUBLIC SR SEC SCH,MANDAWA (JHUNJHUNU)
Merit Rank 13: ABHISHEK JONWAL from ADARSH VIDHYA MANDIR SEC SCH,MADHAV NAGAR,GANGAPURCITY
Merit Rank 13: SUBHASH CHANDRA GURJAR from SHRIRAM VIDYA MANDIR SR SEC SCH,DEHARA(GUHALA)SIKAR
Merit Rank 13: HIMANSHU from VIVEKANAND SR SEC SCH,INDUSTRIAL AREA,NEEMKATHANA,SIKAR
Merit Rank 13: AKASH GUPTA from MODERN SR SEC SCH,SHIVGANJ
Merit Rank 13: LAKHAN NAYAK from BHOPALWALA A SR SS,SRI GANGANAGAR
Merit Rank 13: KESHAV from SHRI SATYANARAYAN AVM SEC SCH,RAISINGHNAGAR(SRI GANGANAGAR)
Merit Rank 13: MS. AARCHI JAIN from DIGAMBER JAIN SANMATI SAGAR SEC SCH,TODARAISINGH(TONK)
Merit Rank 13: DEEPANSHU from ADARSH VIDYA MANDIR SEC SCH,BASWA(DAUSA)
Merit Rank 13: MS. JYOTI SHRIMALI from BALNIKETAN SR SS,GANDHI SEVA SADAN,RAJSAMAND
Merit Rank 13: NISHANT KUSEDIYA from JYOTIBA PHULE SR SEC SCH,PHULE COLONY,KARAULI
Merit Rank 13: MAHAVEER SINGH from BABA DHOKAL NATH PUB SEC SCH,BARDOD,BEHROR(ALWAR)
Merit Rank 13: NEERAJ SHARMA from SH ADARSH VIDYA NIKETAN SR SEC SCH,BHILWARA
Merit Rank 13: NARESH KUMAR from SARASWATI VIDHYA MANDIR SR SEC SCH,CHANDGOTHI(CHURU)
Merit Rank 14: SHADAB KHAN from MAHESHWARI SR SEC SCH,VIJAY PATH,TILAK NAGAR,JAIPUR
Merit Rank 14: ADISH JAIN from JEMS INDIA SR SEC SCH,MAHESH NAGAR EXT.,JAIPUR
Merit Rank 14: CHETAN KUMAWAT from KIRAN BAL BHARTI SR SEC SCH,HINGONIA
Merit Rank 14: ANUBHAV JAIN from RAVINDRA PUBLIC SS,6-A,31,MNAGAR VISTAR YOJNA,KOTA
Merit Rank 14: ANIRUDH MISHRA from RAJ PUBLIC SEC SCH,MAKRANA(NAGAUR)
Merit Rank 14: MS. KALPANA CHAMPAWAT from SHRI AAI MATA ADARSH VIDYA MANDIR SEC SCH,JANTA COLONY,PALI
Merit Rank 14: HEMANT KUMAR from VANDEMATRAM SHIKSHAN SANSTHAN SR SEC SCH,PALI
Merit Rank 14: PANKAJ KUMAR from BHARTIYA SR SEC SCH,CCS NAGAR,SIKAR
Merit Rank 14: SAKSHAM KHANDA from SAINT JAVIER'S SEC SCH,NEEM KA THANA(SIKAR)
Merit Rank 14: MS. SUMBUL NISHA from NEW HOPE MODEL SR SS,SHRIBIJAINAGAR
Merit Rank 14: SHUBHAM KHANDELWAL from GURU NANAK PUBLIC SR SEC SCH,HIRAN MAGRI,SECTOR-4,UDAIPUR
Merit Rank 14: KUNWAR PAL SINGH CHOUHAN from TULSI AMRIT SR SEC SCH,KANORE(UDAIPUR)
Merit Rank 14: SACHIN GUPTA from ADARSH VIDHYA MANDIR SEC SCH,SAPOTRA(KARAULI)
Merit Rank 15: DEEPAK KUMAR from GAUTAM PUBLIC SEC SCH,SHAHJAHANPUR(NIMRANA)(ALWAR)
Merit Rank 15: ANKIT KUMAR SHARMA from OMEGA PUB SEC SCH,BARDOD(ALWAR)
Merit Rank 15: AJAY SINGH from S GYAN BHARTI PUBLIC SEC SCH,UNDRA(BHARATPUR)
Merit Rank 15: ARMAN KHAN from SHRI GAYATRI SHIKSHA NIKETAN SEC SCH,NAGAR(BHARATPUR)
Merit Rank 15: KAILASH CHANDRA REGAR from GOVT SR SEC SCH,MOKHUNDA
Merit Rank 15: MANISH KUMAR BAID from SHRI HANUMANT SR SEC SCH,GANGASHAHAR,BIKANER
Merit Rank 15: MS. RIYA MEGHWAL from TERESA CHILDREN ACADEMY SR SEC SCH,K.K. COLONY,BIKANER
Merit Rank 15: MS. TRIPTA SHARMA from SHRI HANUMAN GIRLS SR SS,RATANGARH(CHURU)

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Rajasthan Board 10th Result on 19 June 2011

Rajasthan Board of Seconday Education(RBSE), Ajmer to announce 10th Results 2011 on 19th June 2011. The result of 12th Arts, Commerce and Science are already announced while students waiting for result of 10th results which will get their result on 19th June 2011 at 4:15 PM
RBSE Ajmer Class Xth Board Exam Result 2011 can be seen at following websites:
1. http://rajeduboard.nic.in/
2. http://rajresults.nic.in/
3. http://results.nic.in/

Thursday, June 16, 2011

DU cut-off, No Place for State Board Toppers

Delhi University(DU) released its first cut-off list for admission which seems to be not applicable for Rajasthan, UP, Bihar, Haryana, MP, Maharashtra and most of state board students except state board of some south Indian states when students gets good marks like CBSE and other central board examination. Cut-off touching a record 100 per cent in Delhi University's premier Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), toppers from the state seem to have a bleak chance in securing seats in most colleges of their choice. Out of total 2,097 students, who scored above 95 percent marks across the country, 818 belong to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Delhi region while only 97 fall under the Ajmer region including states of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, as per CBSE figures while hardly any State Board students have such marks including Merit List holders from state.
It may be possible that toppers hailing from Rajasthan may face a tough fight for admissions in top Delhi University colleges," said CK Punnoose, vice-principal, St. Xavier's School. He said scoring marks above 90 per cent requires hard work and rising cut-offs lead to tough competition. According to the CBSE figures, this year almost 21,665 students had scored above 90 per cent marks, higher than total of 16,563 across 8 regions across the country.
HRD minister Kapil Sibal has criticised the Shri Ram College of Commerce , or SRCC, for setting its cutoff for admission to the B Com (H) course at 100%. Describing it as "unfortunate" and "irrational" , Sibal has asked Delhi University Vice-Chancellor Dinesh Singh to step in and remedy the situation. Sibal's concern has been echoed by political parties too. The Congress has expressed concern over the new cutoff for humanities and science students applying for commerce courses. RBSE Merit holders are also know thinking why i appeared from RBSE, i should have appeared for CBSE so that i could have got college of my choice. Now comes the real question, who will take measure to stop such repeating incidents where state board toppers are hardly getting chance for Sri Ram College of Commerce and other top colleges in delhi University..RBSE, State Govt, students, parents or Delhi University(DU).

IIT Rajasthan to get $35 Laptop Sakshat

IIT Rajasthan will get much debated Sakshat Tablet by late June, priced at Rs. 2,200. It was in the news everywhere last year. The Government of India's ambitious project to manufacture ultra low cost tablet devices for the students, the $35 Sakshat Tablets seem to be ready to see the daylights. The Sakshat tablets are soon going to be available for the students in India. Government has recently announced that 10,000 Sakshat tablets will be delivered to IIT Rajasthan in late June. Also, more than 90,000 units will be ready over the next four months at a price of Rs. 2,200 per device. Reportedly, Government plans to subsidize the cost by 50%. It means that a student need to shell out just Rs. 1,100 for a single Sakshat tablet device, which seems too good to be true at this moment. The Sakshat tablet by HCL will come with a 7 inch touchscreen, inbuilt keyboard, video conferencing facility, multimedia content, Wi-Fi, USB port, Linux OS, 32GB HD, 2 GB RAM and computing capabilities such as Open Office, SciLab and Internet browsing.
Features of Sakshat Powered by Google Android
Input – Touch Screen
2GB Hard Disk
Memory 2GB
WiFi Enabled
Mini USB
Mini SD Card Slot
Sim Card Slot offers GSM and 3G Support
Video Out
3.5mm Audio Jack
Front Facing Camera enables video conferencing
Solar Panel for charging batteries along with normal charging.

Google doodle stream Total Lunar Eclipse

Google doodle stream Total Lunar Eclipse 2011. Today, the Earth will pass between sun and the moon, casting a ruddy orange glow across the shiny, meteorite-battered lunar surface. The 100-minute-long celestial event will be spotted best from India, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia, but you don’t have to be there to see it: Google and the Slooh Space Camera have teamed up to provide this live webcast.
Google will stream the astronomical event live today from 2 to 6 p.m. Eastern time through a variety of channels: the Google App engine, a YouTube channel, the Sky layer in google Earth and a new Android app. The search engine giant teamed with the Slooh Space Camera to allow users to witness the spectacle in real time. The picture, says Google, updates every two minutes. You'll have to refresh the page on your browser (press F5 if you have a Windows computer; Command-R on an Apple) to see the new images. They'll change slowly over the five hours the eclipse lasts. If the eclipse is well along by the time you tune in, try the slider that's part of the Google Doodle. You'll find you can play the images back and forth as a time-lapse movie, watching Earth's shadow move across the moon's face

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Rajasthan University Online Admission Process Started

Rajasthan University(RU) Online Admission Process 2011-12 started for various courses in University and its affiliated Colleges across state. From now onwards Students for more than 25000 seats in Rajasthan University(RU) have to apply through online process only. Implementing the reforms, the state's premier institute, Rajasthan University, is set to begin online admission process for 27,000 seats in its 38 post graduate (PG) departments and six constituent colleges from June 6 onwards. They had introduced semester system in the PG programme besides entrance tests for nine of the programme. Students applying for mass communication, converging technology, chemistry, physics, home science, mathematics, MCA, MBA and environmental science have to appear for entrance tests. The date for the tests will be notified on the RU website www.uniraj.ac.in.
In a week alone, 14,000 students have been registered on the RU website against the total of 27,000 seats. "The response is overwhelming. We are expecting 50,000 registrations," S K Gupta, deputy director of INFONET -- a center responsible for online admission forms, said. Of total registrations, 3,710 students have applied for entrance test in nine PG departments. Another 2,931 have applied for the complete online process besides 2,208 have requested for Hindi form during registration Admission forms will be available from 1st June 2009 to 15 June 2009 at 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM daily. Rajasthan University affiliated colleges can get form respective colleges in town.
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RBSE to Re-conduct 12th Exam in Sawai Madhopur

Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education(RBSE), Ajmer will re-conduct the examination of Class XII at 14 centers in Sawai Madhopur district from July 4 to 7. The board had canceled examinations at these centers after it was found that answer sheet packets were opened at the collection centre. According to the board secretary, the examination of Pahysics second, Accountancy second, Political science, Sanskrit and Urdu examination of class XII and Praviskha exams will be re-conducted. The centres included government higher secondary school Sawai Madhopur, Sahu Nager School, Government Adarsh Higher secondary school. Mantown examination centre, Tiny Tots Public School, Chukchainpur School, Selu School, Vidhya Mandir School of Khirani, Todra School, Bhagwat Gargh School and Ashish Public school. The re-examination will be held at Surwal examination centre, Bonli examination centre and Girls’ Bonli School. Board has started sending admission cards to students. “Students found cheating will be punished.” The board registered the case against the collection centre superintendent and the answer sheets were seized by the police and submitted in the court.

Monday, June 13, 2011

Rajasthan CM Demands Oil Refinery in State

Rajasthan Chief Minister(CM) Ashok Gehlot asked the Centre to set up an oil refinery in the state and sought Prime Minister Manmohan Singh''s intervention for allocation of coal to the state to facilitate smooth operation of thermal power plants located there. At a meeting with Singh here, Gehlot stressed that Rajasthan is the only major state in the country without an oil refinery and setting up one there would ensure more employment and development in the region. "During the meeting, Gehlot informed the Prime Minister about the commercial production of crude oil which commenced in Barmer in year 2009. Presently 1.25 lakh barrels oil per day is being produced which is likely to increase to 1.5 lakh barrels per day," an official release here said. Rajasthan has already given its nod to a 4.5 to 6 MMTPA (Million Metric Ton Per Annum) refinery in Barmer in the first phase. Reiterating that the state government has accorded top priority to the power sector in last two years, the Chief Minister informed the PM that problem is being faced by these projects due to lack of availability of coal.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday assured support to the Rajasthan government in setting up a refinery at Cairn-operated Barmer oilfields , raising speculation that the cabinet may include it as an additional condition for approving the $9.6-billion Cairn-Vedanta deal. Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot, who met the Prime Minister on Thursday, confirmed that that Singh had assured his support to the refinery project. "I have told him that the state has agreed to give all fiscal concessions besides making a 26% equity contribution ," said Gehlot.

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DCC, Block committees Posts to be filled soon - Gehlot

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot reiterated here this evening that organizational posts in the ruling Congress state unit, including DCC and block committees president will be filled soon. Talking to mediapersons at his residence here Mr Gehlot said after appointment of Dr Chandrabhan as party state president, now nominations for state office bearers and DCC/BCC Chiefs would also been made by the PCC Chief in consultation with the party high command. "The state coordination committee would also been constituted soon", the Chief Minister said.
Over coordination between the party organisation and the government, Mr Gehlot said "Coordination was fine even during the period of Dr Joshi and I dont see any problem in maintaining good coordination even now under Dr Chandrabhan's stewardship." The party workers would be geared up for improving rapport with people and propagate party's policies and the government's achievements and programmes, the Chief Minister said. New state president Dr Bhan, who was accompanying Mr Gehlot, said that he met the Chief Minister to express his gratitude for his appointment on the top post in state party unit. Certain political issues were also discussed during the meeting, Mr Bhan said.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Baba Ramdev ends fast, Congress Welcomes decision

Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Sunday end his nine-day-old fast even as doctors said he will be discharged from hospital in two-three days though his condition is "stable". Spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravishankar, who met the 46-year-old yoga exponent for the third day at a Dehradun hospital, said, "Ramdev has broken his fast by taking juice. He ended the fast in the presence of various religious and spiritual leaders". One of the first to break the news was Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the Art of Living founder who had been engaged in hectic efforts to persuade Ramdev, 46, to give up his protest that was affecting his health. "Baba Ramdev has ended his fast. He has taken (fruit) juice," he told reporters after meeting the yoga guru for a third time. He said Ramdev ended his fast in the presence of religious and spiritual leaders. Even as Ramdev's supporters gathered outside the hospital celebrated the development by raising slogans hailing him, others used the opportunity to lash out at the government.
Congress on Sunday welcomed as 'good news' the decision of yoga guru Baba Ramdev to call off his fast against corruption. "It is a good news that Ramdev has broken his fast," Congress General Secretary Janardhan Dwivedi said in New Delhi responding to the development.

Rajasthan sets lowers target for kharif crop this year

Rajasthan government has kept a conservative target to cover kharif crops to 149.25 lakh hectare for the current year. Last year, farmers in the state had sown kharif crops in an area of 158.69 lakh hectare (ha). "This is a conservative figure. Last year, monsoon was exceptionally good. Farmers used every inch of the available land. If the monsoon again turns out to be good this year, the acreage will definitely go up," an agriculture department official said. The kharif sowing has started from June and harvesting will begin from October. Farmers in Rajasthan cultivate crops like bajra, maize, guarseed and cotton during the kharif season.
The official said for bajra the target area has been kept at 50 lakh ha as against 54.89 lakh ha last year. Last year the state witnessed a bumper production of the crop with a total output of 60 lakh tonnes as against the average production of 32.39 lakh tonnes. This year the targeted production is kept at 45 lakh tonnes. However, the actual picture will be clear only after the monsoon breaks in, he added. The state government is organising kharif camps across the state to distribute fertilisers, seeds, pesticides and Kisan Credit Cards to the farmers.