Govt started 'Rajasthan Ratna award'

Rajasthan Government started "Rajasthan Ratna Awards" On the occasion of Rajasthan Foundation Day (March 30) for persons who have made distinguished contributions in the fields of art, culture and literature. Rajasthan Chief Minister(CM) Ashok Gehlot announced the names of seven distinguished Rajasthanis as the first recipients of the award.  Rajasthan Ratna awardees would be given Rs 1 lakh cash, a shawl and a citation. Rajasthan Ratna Award is on the lines of the highest civilian award “Bharat Ratna” conferred by the Centre.
First Rajasthan Ratna award 2011-12 Winners:
1. Allah Jilai Bai (1902-1992) was a folk singer who made the songs “Kesariya Baalam” and “Moomal” identical with Rajasthan. In pre-Independence India she used to sing in the court of Bikaner Maharaja Ganga Singh and was well versed in Maand, Thumri, Khayal and Dadra styles of classical singing.
2. Kanhaiyalal Sethia (1919-2008) hailed from Churu district and made outstanding contributions to Rajasthani literature and culture. His poems gave a peep into rural Rajasthan. 
3. Vijay Dan Detha was short listed for the Nobel Prize in literature for his short stories on Rajasthani life this year. His book “Bataan ri Phulwari”, while his short story “Duvida” inspire the Bollywood movie Paheli.
4. Jagjit Singh(1941-2011) gained recognition across the country as Ghazal singer, songwriter and musician. The government of India awarded him Padma Bhushan in 2003.
5. Laxmi Kumari Chundawat is an author and has been a member of the state assembly from 1962 to 1971 and a Rajya Sabha member from 1972 to 1978. She has also received the Padma Shri award in 1984 for her contribution to Rajasthani literature.
6. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt  won the Grammy award in 1994 for his album ‘A Meeting by the River’ with Ry Cooder. He is also a recipient of the Sangeet Natak Academy Award (1998) and Padma Shri (2002).
7. Komal Kothari (March 4, 1929 – April 20, 2004), commonly known as Komalda, was an Indian folklorist and ethnomusicologist from Jodhpur, Rajasthan. A pioneer in the study of Indian folkore, he is most known for his work on the folklore of Rajasthan and its links to Music of Rajasthan and its instruments. He founded the Rupayan Sansthan in the 1960, with Vijaydan Detha, an institute that documents Rajasthani folklore, arts and music.

Rajasthan Budget 2012-13 Highlights

Rajasthan Budget 2012-13 Live Highlights: Rajasthan Budget for year 2012-2013 is presented today, 26th March 2012 from 11 am Onwards by the Chief Minister of Rajasthan Hon. Ashok Gehlot in the Assembly of Rajasthan. For More Rajasthan News & Rajasthan Budget 2012-13 Live Highlights Follow us on FACEBOOK or GOOGLE+. Here is live Rajasthan Budget 2012-13 Highlights:
* Special emphasis on Power, Road and energy sector.
* Financial ads for Minority students of IIT/IIM and student preparing for such courses.
* 2600 KM Roads will be widen in 2 years in state.
* State completed 150 MW Solar energy plan.
* 450 Crore for Nagaur Lift canal.
* 20 Crore for Rajiv Gandhi Tribal University, Udaipur.
* More powers to Panchayati Raj, one computer to each panchayats in State.
* New Wind Energy Policy.
* Laptops for 10th and 12th students in prize for good performance.
* 10% increase in pay of Aanganwadi workers.
* 20000 New teachers recruitment in Rajasthan during year 2012-13.
* New post for asst. agriculture officers in coming year.
* Financial help for rural homes.
* 20 New ITI Colleges.
* Berojgari Bhatta for Graduates.
* Universities in Bharatpur, Sikar and Alwar.
* Shekhawati University establishment soon in state.
* 10 Crore for new Journalism University in Jaipur
* 10 Times increase of Prize Money for various sports.
*  1.5 Crore aid for IIT Jodhpur in Budget 2012-13.
* 1 Crore aids for each New Colleges in state.
* 750 New post in IT Fields.
* Chief Minister Urban BPL yojna announced.
* 3000 New health centers in next 2 years.
* 1000 Jobs in Health sector in 2012-13.
* LED Road lights on streets to save power.
* Bhilwara, Bundi and alwar to get water from Chambal river.
* 25% increase in wage of "Vidhyarthi Mitra"
* IIIT Kota to get 100 Acre land from govt.
* Coaching centers for RPSC Exams preprations.
* SC Girls hostel in Alwar, Bharatpur, kota and bara.
* Jaipur Metro Phase-I will completes in June 2013.
* Sardar Patel Police and security University in Jodhpur.
* Pension for handicapped people.
* Four new police stations in NCR Region.
* 30000 New Police Jobs in year 2012-13.
* Digital signature cards for patwaris.
* 800 new patwar mandal, New partwari recruitment as per requirements.
* 10 Crore for Building repairs.
* Petrol will be cheaper by Rs. 1.3, vAT on pertrol reduced to 26% from 28%.
* Two Wheeler will be cheaper, VAT on upto 125 CC reduced to 4% from 8%.
* VAT reduced on Sunglasses, tripal, tent, handicraft, carrybags, ATM, Solar equipment and automobiles body parts.
* Home prises to rise, Land DLC rates increased by 10%.
* VAT increased on tobacos.
* 24 New Tehsils, 33 Sub-tehsils annouced in Budget 2012: 24 New tehsils are Taled(Bundi), Riwanbadi(Alwar), Neemrana, Raini(Alwar), Malsisar, Surajgarh(Jhunjhunu), Dhond,Khandela (Sikar), Bawdi,Bap,Peepad shahar, Balesar(Jodhpur), Jaswantpura,Chitwana(Jalore), Rani(Pali), Badgaon(Udaipur), Choti sarwan, Aandpuri, sajjangarh(Banswara), Bhupalsagar(Chittorgarh), Bichiwara(Dungarpur), Nangalrajavtan(Dausa), Bhusawar(Bharatpur), Wajirpur(Sawaimadhopur).

Mewar Festival 2012 in Udaipur from 25-27 March

Mewar Festival 2012 will starts in Lake city Udaipur from 25 March to 27 March 2012. The Mewar Festival is celebrated to welcome the advent of spring. It coincides with the festival of Gangaur in Udaipur, and has a unique charm about it. The women folk gather to dress the images of Isar and Gangaur and then carry them in a ceremonial procession through different parts of the city. The procession winds its way to the Gangaur Ghat at Lake Pichhola.Here, the images are transferred to special boats amidst much singing and festivity. Oce the religious part of the festival is over, it is time for cultural events where Rajasthani culture is portrayed through songs, dances and other programmes. The festival culminates with an impressive fireworks display.bIdols of the procession are prepared and adorned by womenfolk. Dancing, singing, music concerts, firework displays etc. are the parts of the procession. The procession concludes at the Gangaur Ghat of Lake Pichhola. The idols of Isar and Gauri are transferred into special boats at the ghat. After the procession culminates, the cultural part of the Mewar Festival begins. Songs, dance performances and a number of other programs are organized that highlight the Rajasthani culture. This three-day festival ends with a beautiful display of fireworks.
Mewar Festival 2012, Udaipur Schedule:
25th-27th March 2012: Gangaur procession by different Communities from Clock Tower to Gangaur Ghat (Time: 4pm to 6pm) 
25th March 2012: Royal Gangaur Boat Procession from Bansi Ghat to Gangaur Ghat in Pichhola Lake  (Time: 6pm to 7pm) 
25th March 2012: Cultural Evening at Gangaur Ghat (Time: 7pm to 8.30pm) 
26th March 2012: Cultural Evening at Bhartiya Lok kala Mandal. Performances by Rajasthani Folk Artists. And Best Rajasthani Dressed Foreign Couple Competition. (Time: 7pm to 9pm) 
25th March to 27th March: - Rural Gangaur Fair at Gogunda. Attractions: Rural Hatt Bazar, Gangaur Procession, Cultural Folk Evenings from (7pm to 9:30pm).

Rajasthan Congress files Manu Singhvi, Narendra Budania for Rajya Sabha

Rajasthan congress party has re-fielded its sitting MPs Abhishek Manu Singhvi and Narendra Budania for the March 30 polls for the Rajya Sabha from Rajasthan. A party spokesman today said Mr Singhvi, a renowned lawyer and the AICC spokesman and Mr Budania also a sitting member to the Upper House, were reaching the state capital this afternoon to file their nominations. Election are being held on three seats of the Rajya Sabha from the state. The deadline for filing candidature in till 1500 hours on March 19, scrutiny will be done on the next day and withdrawal can be made by March 22, an election office spokesman said. Polling, if required, would be held on March 30, he said.
About Abhishek Manu Singhvi: Abhishek Manu Singhvi (born 24 February 1959) is an Indian politician belonging to Indian National Congress party and is presently a Member of the Parliament of India representing Rajasthan in the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Indian Parliament. He is presently the spokesperson of the Congress party. Abhishek Singhvi was born in Jodhpur, Rajasthan to Kamla and Laxmi Mall Singhvi, a renowned lawyer and India's former High Commissioner to the UK, who belonged to Bharatiya Janta Party. 
About Narendra Budania: Narendra Budania (born 1956) is a politician of the Indian National Congress from Churu in Rajasthan, India. He won Member of Parliament elections from Churu in 1985, 1996 and 1998. Presently he is Rajya Sabha member from Rajasthan. He was born on 5 July 1956 in the family of Late Choudhary Pratap Singh Budania, a Hindu Jat, in village Dudhwa Khara, Churu District, (Rajasthan). He married with Smt. Kanak on 2 March 1980. He has got Two sons.

Budget 2012-13 is for development - Ashok Gehlot

Rajsthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has said that budget proposals for 2012-13 as presented by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Friday, would strengthen the national economy and set the dimensions of development in various sectors. He said the budget proposals will prove to be an important document for the welfare of various sections of society, remarkable progress in education, health and infrastructure development besides establishing the fiscal balance. Gehlot said the allocation of Rs.15, 888 crore for capitalization of public sector banks. regional rural banks and other financial institutions, including NABARD, is a praiseworthy step. The extension of the "Swabhimaan" campaign would provide for the financial inclusion of more people.
He said investment in the 12th Five-Year Plan in infrastructure will go up to Rupees 50 lakh crore and would boost economic development. The chief minister said the hike in the allocation for the Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY) from Rs. 7, 860 crore to Rs. 9, 217 crore and the increase in target for agriculture credit to Rs. 5 lakh 75, 000 crore would provide relief to farmers. He said the hike in allocation for Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF) to Rs. 20, 000 crore, the increase of 21.7 percent for education, increase in allocation for NRHM from Rs. 18, 115 crore to Rs. 20, 822 crore would boost progress in these sectors.

CCMT 2012 by MNIT Jaipur

Centralized Counseling for M. Tech. Admissions (CCMT 2012) will be held by Malaviya National Institutes of Technology (MNIT), Jaipur, Rajasthan for conducting centralized admission to postgraduate programs in all NITs across India as decided in NIT Council meeting on 18th Nov. 2011.
The centralized Counselling for M. Tech. Admissions (CCMT 2012) for candidates possessing GATE score (2011 or 2012), to all the National Institutes of Technology (NITs) will be conducted starting month of April 2012. The facility for applying online is likely to be available from 1st week of April 2012. Kindly keep track of various announcements on this web-page. Also, keep visiting web-sites of various NITs for any updation in PG programmes and eligibility.
For More information about CCMT 2012 visit: http://ccmt2012.mnit.ac.in

Probe role of MLAs in Gopalgarh clash: Court

Special CBI court has ordered an investigation into the role of Zahida Khan, Congress MLA from Kaman constituency, Anita Singh, BJP legislator from Nagar constituency in Bharatpur district and a few others in the Gopalgarh violence case. On September 14, 2011, ten persons of Mev Muslim community were killed and few others were injured in clashes between members of Mev and Gujjar communities over a land-related dispute in Gopalgarh in Rajasthan's Bharatpur district. It was alleged that key witnesses had made statements attributing specific role to these legislators, but the CBI had not carried out investigation against them. Taking note of the statements made by accused, the special court directed the CBI to investigate role of the two MLAs and the two other persons. 
As per the chargesheet, 15 people belonging to Gopalgarh, Pahari and nearby villages have been charged under Section 302 (murder), Section 307 (attempt to murder), alongside Section 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharging of his duties) of the IPC since a mob on September 14, 2011 had attacked the police. The CBI has also charged the accused under Section 435 of the IPC (mischief by fire or explosive substance with intent to cause damage) as many people had complained of damage to their agricultural produce.

Rajasthan B.Pharma Time Table 2012 of Part-I, II, III, IV

Rajasthan B.Pharma Time Table 2012: Rajasthan University of Health Sciences(RUHS), Jaipur announced the Time tables or Date Sheets of B Pharma part-I, II, III & IV ( New Scheme) & (Old Scheme) Exam 2012. Examination for Various B.Pharma courses begins on 28th March 2012 with Part-IV Examination, while B.Pharma Part-III Examination begins on 30th March 2012. B.Pharma Part-II examination begins from 31st March 2012 while Part-I examination begins on 29th March 2012. Full Time-Table can be downloaded from below link:
Rajasthan University of Health Sciences(RUHS), Jaipur, Since the vistas of medical education rolls out beyond medicine to Pharmacy, Dentistry and Nursing, subsequently Health Sciences. There is a need to create an institute which may fulfill not only the need of the hour but take care of emerging challenges in time to come. Keeping this view in mind, State Government of Rajasthan enacted an Act "The Rajasthan University of Health Sciences Act, 2005" (Act No. 1 of 2005)”. in February 2005. Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, Jaipur started functioning from the 1st April, 2006 primarily with taking over six government and two private Medical Colleges in its fold in.

APOGEE 2012 by BITS Pilani begins

APOGEE 2012, the 5 day long Annual Fest of  by Birla Institute Of Technology And Science(BITS), Pilani begins today. Birla Institute Of Technology And Science, Pilani has built and maintained a reputation of imparting the right mix of education, experience and ethics that form the basis for achieving success in the modern world. Apogee, one of the largest technological symposiums of the country has kept up this tradition of innovation and breaking unprecedented frontiers. The 5 day fiesta of Apogee to be held this year from 16th to 20th of March sees the confluence of thoughts and ideas amongst more than 10,000 young minds from not only India’s but the world’s top notch universities. Truly justifying its dictionary meaning as “the highest point”, Apogee signifies the zenith of science, engineering and path-breaking technology in a landscape of future visionaries, scientists, corporate bigwigs and inventors. From paper presentations and guest lectures on one hand to debates, quizzes and cultural nights on the other, Apogee ’12 is playing host to a gamut of activities giving you the opportunity to interact with the brightest minds in the country.
For more details visit: http://www.bits-apogee.org/

Sachin Tendulkar makes 100th Century in Cricket

Sachin Tendulkar today hits 100th Century of his career today at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh. Sachin is first cricketer to do this ever. Here is list of 100 Centuries by Sachin Tendulkar in his career. So finally "Maha-Shatak" comes from Sachin Tendulkar against Bangladesh.

Sachin Tendulkar's 100 Centuries in ODI and Test Cricket:
No.         Score     Against                         Date                             Format   Venue
100       100           Bangaladesh    16-mar-2012      ODI        Bangladesh
43           163          New Zealand    8-Mar-09             ODI        AMI Stadium, Christchurch
39           100          Pakistan              6-Feb-06              ODI        Arbab Niaz Stadium, Peshawar
19           141          Australia             28-Oct-98            ODI        Bangabandhu Stadium, Dhaka
5              127          Kenya                  18-Feb-96            ODI        Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
27           146          Zimbabwe          8-Dec-00              ODI        Barkatullah Khan Stadium, Jodhpur
31           146         Kenya                  24-Oct-01            ODI        Boland Park, Paarl
34           152          Namibia              23-Feb-03            ODI        City Oval, Pietermaritzburg
33           113          Sri Lanka             11-Jul-02              ODI        County Ground (2), Bristol
22           140*       Kenya                  23-May-99          ODI        County Ground, Bristol
16           100*       Kenya                  31-May-98          ODI        Eden Gardens, Kolkata
6              137          Sri Lanka             2-Mar-96             ODI        Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi
13           100          Australia             7-Apr-98              ODI        Green Park Stadium, Kanpur
29           122*       West Indies       4-Jul-01                ODI        Harare Sports Club, Harare
25           122          South Africa      17-Mar-00           ODI        IPCL Sports Complex Ground (2), Vadodara
41           100*       West Indies       31-Jan-07             ODI        IPCL Sports Complex Ground (3), Vadodara
2              115          New Zealand    28-Oct-94            ODI        IPCL Sports Complex Ground, Vadodara
40           141*       West Indies       14-Sep-06            ODI        Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur
36           102          New Zealand    15-Nov-03           ODI        Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium (2), Hyderabad
24           186*     New Zealand    8-Nov-99             ODI        Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad
47           120          England               27-Feb-11            ODI        M. Chinnaswamy Stadium (2), Bangalore
12           117       New Zealand    14-May-97          ODI        M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
28           139          Australia             31-Mar-01           ODI        Nehru Stadium, Indore
30           101          South Africa      5-Oct-01               ODI        New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
7              100          Pakistan              5-Apr-96              ODI        Padang, Singapore
18           127*       Zimbabwe          26-Sep-98            ODI        Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
9              110       Sri Lanka             28-Aug-96           ODI        R. Premadasa Stadium (2), Colombo
17           128          Sri Lanka             7-Jul-98                ODI        R. Premadasa Stadium (3), Colombo
44           138          Sri Lanka             14-Sep-09            ODI        R. Premadasa Stadium (4), Colombo
1              110          Australia             9-Sep-94              ODI        R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
45           175          Australia             5-Nov-09             ODI        Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
37           141          Pakistan              16-Mar-04           ODI        Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi
32           105*       England               4-Jul-02                ODI        Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
46           200*       South Africa      24-Feb-10            ODI        Roop Singh Stadium (2), Gwalior
35           100          Australia             26-Oct-03            ODI        Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior
38           123          Pakistan              12-Apr-05            ODI        Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad
3              105          West Indies       11-Nov-94           ODI        Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur
8              118          Pakistan              15-Apr-96            ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (2), Sharjah
14           143          Australia             22-Apr-98            ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (3), Sharjah
15           134          Australia             24-Apr-98            ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (4), Sharjah
20           118*       Zimbabwe          8-Nov-98             ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (5), Sharjah
21           124*       Zimbabwe          13-Nov-98           ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (6), Sharjah
26           101          Sri Lanka             20-Oct-00            ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium (7), Sharjah
4              112*       Sri Lanka             9-Apr-95              ODI        Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah
23           120       Sri Lanka             29-Aug-99           ODI        Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo
42           117*       Australia             2-Mar-08             ODI        Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
48           111          South Africa      12-Mar-11           ODI        Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
10           114       South Africa      14-Dec-96            ODI        Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
11           104       Zimbabwe          9-Feb-97              ODI        Willowmoore Park, Benoni
1              119*       England               14-Aug-90           TEST       Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester
2              148*       Australia             6-Jan-92               TEST       Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
3              114          Australia             3-Feb-92              TEST       WACA Ground, Perth
4              111          South Africa      28-Nov-92           TEST       Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
5              165          England               12-Feb-93            TEST       M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
6              104*       Sri Lanka             31-Jul-93              TEST       Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo
7              142          Sri Lanka             19-Jan-94             TEST       K. D. Singh Babu Stadium, Lucknow
8              179          West Indies       2-Dec-94              TEST       Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur
9              122          England               8-Jun-96               TEST       Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham
10           177          England               5-Jul-96                TEST       Trent Bridge, Nottingham
11           169       South Africa      4-Jan-97               TEST       Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
12           143       Sri Lanka             3-Aug-97              TEST       R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
13           139       Sri Lanka             11-Aug-97           TEST       Sinhalese Sports Club (2), Colombo
14           148       Sri Lanka             4-Dec-97              TEST       Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
15           155*       Australia             9-Mar-98             TEST       M. A. Chidambaram Stadium (2), Chennai
16           177          Australia             26-Mar-98           TEST       M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
17           113          New Zealand    29-Dec-98            TEST       Basin Reserve, Wellington
18           136          Pakistan              31-Jan-99             TEST       M. A. Chidambaram Stadium (3), Chennai
19           124*       Sri Lanka             28-Feb-99            TEST       Sinhalese Sports Club (3), Colombo
20           126*     New Zealand    13-Oct-99            TEST       Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali
21           217       New Zealand    30-Oct-99            TEST       Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad
22           116       Australia             28-Dec-99            TEST       Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
23           122          Zimbabwe          21-Nov-00           TEST       Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi
24           201*       Zimbabwe          26-Nov-00           TEST       Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground (2), Nagpur
25           126          Australia             20-Mar-01           TEST       M. A. Chidambaram Stadium (4), Chennai
26           155          South Africa      3-Nov-01             TEST       Goodyear Park, Bloemfontein
27           103          England               13-Dec-01            TEST       Sardar Patel Stadium (2), Motera, Ahmedabad
28           176          Zimbabwe          24-Feb-02            TEST       Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground (3), Nagpur
29           117          West Indies       20-Apr-02            TEST       Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain
30           193          England               23-Aug-02           TEST       Headingley, Leeds
31           176          West Indies       3-Nov-02             TEST       Eden Gardens, Kolkata
32           241*       Australia             4-Jan-04               TEST       Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
33           194*       Pakistan              29-Mar-04           TEST       Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan
34           248*       Bangladesh        12-Dec-04            TEST       Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
35           109          Sri Lanka             22-Dec-05            TEST       Feroz Shah Kotla (2), New Delhi
36           101          Bangladesh        19-May-07          TEST       Bir Shrestha Shahid Ruhul Amin Stadium, Chittagong
37           122*       Bangladesh        26-May-07          TEST       Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur
38           154*       Australia             4-Jan-08               TEST       Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
39           153          Australia             25-Jan-08             TEST       Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
40           109          Australia             6-Nov-08             TEST       Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur
41           103*       England               15-Dec-08            TEST       M. A. Chidambaram Stadium (5), Chennai
42           160          New Zealand    20-Mar-09           TEST       Seddon Park, Hamilton
43           100*       Sri Lanka             20-Nov-09           TEST       Sardar Patel Stadium (3), Motera, Ahmedabad
44           105*       Bangladesh        18-Jan-10             TEST       Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong
45           143          Bangladesh        25-Jan-10             TEST       Shere Bangla National Stadium (2), Mirpur
46           100          South Africa      9-Feb-10              TEST       Cricket Association Stadium (2), Nagpur
47           106          South Africa      15-Feb-10            TEST       Eden Gardens, Kolkata
48           203          Sri Lanka             28-Jul-10              TEST       Sinhalese Sports Club (4), Colombo
49           214          Australia             11-Oct-10            TEST       M. Chinnaswamy Stadium (2), Bangalore
50           111*       South Africa      19-Dec-10            TEST       SuperSport Park, Centurion
51           146          South Africa      4-Jan-11               TEST       Newlands Cricket Ground (2), Cape Town

General Budget 2012-13 Live Highlights | General Budget 2012-13

General Budget 2012-13 Live Highlights, Today 16th March 2012: Union General Budget 2012-13 to be announced Today (16th March 2012) at 11:00 AM onwards by Union Finance Minister Mr Pranab Mukharjee in Parliament. The Union General Budget 2012-13 has lots of expectations for common people and more challenges to Government. Here comes the Live Highlights from Parliament:
* Mobile and Gold will be costlier. 
* Big cars to get dearer
* Cuts securities transaction tax by 20% for stock market orders
* Higher Service tax to add Rs 186.6 bn to revenue
* Service Tax rates raised from 10% to 12%
* Changes in direct taxes to result in revenue loss of Rs 45 bn
* To bring more businesses under Service Tax net
* National Rural Livelihood Mission to provide self employment - allocation increased to Rs 3,915 cr
* Dedicated information cells to track black money
* 17 tax info sharing agreements has been finalized to tackle blackmoney
* 82 Double tax avoidance agreements have been finalized
* Witholding tax on certain overseas borrowings reduced to 5% from 20%
* Corporate Tax structure left unchanged
* 30% of Income tax for above Rs 10 lakh
* Senior Citizens exempted from filing advance tax
* Interest from saving account up to Rs 10,000 to be exempted
* Upper limit of 20% tax raised from Rs 8 lakh to Rs 10 lakh
* Tax collection up 15%
* National population registry project to be completed in next two years
* AADHAR is ready for payments under MGNERGA, pension scheme
* 14 cr AADHAR number generated
* Indira Gandhi pension scheme beneficiaries to get Rs 300 pm as against current Rs 200
* Total spending of Rs 14.49 tn for next fiscal
* Expect Fiscal deficit to be at 5.1% of GDP in next fiscal
* Fiscal deficit at 5.9% of GDP this year
* Non-Plan spending of Rs 9.69 tn
* Expect non-tax revenue at Rs 1.64 tn
* Expect gross tax receipts of Rs 10.78 tn in next fiscal
* No new case of polio this year: Pranab
* Allocated Rs 31.24 bn for secondary education
* PDS network created via UID platform to start from December
* Allocated Rs 158.50 bn for child development in FY 13
* Tax exemption limit for individual payers raised to Rs 2 lakh
* Allocated Rs 50 bn for warehousing facility in FY 13
* Allocated Rs 120.4 for growth of backward regions
* Credit guarantee fund proposed for poor students
* Allocated Rs 208.22 bn for NRHM in FY 13
* 7.6% of GDP growth in FY 13: Pranab
* To submit white paper on blackmoney
* 1% loan sop plan for home loans up to Rs 2.5 mn
* Allot Rs 700 mn for Maharashtra power loom cluster
* Allot Rs 10 bn to up kharif output in NE FY 13
* Rs 250 mn allocated for rural management institute of Anand
* Allocated Rs 255.55 bn under Right to Education
* NABARD to give rural banks Rs 100 bn for short term loans
* To set up three technical assistance centres for textiles
* Announces two new handloom mega clusters
* Allowed direct import of ATF by airlines
* PMGSY gets Rs 24,000 crore
* Allocated Rs 11,937 cr for mid-Day meal scheme
* Allocated Rs 14,000 cr for rural drinking water and sanitation
* National mission of sustainable irrigation being taken up
* Okays Rs 50 bn National Housing Bank tax free bonds
* ECBs allowed to part finance rupee debt of power projects
* Hike in agri credit by Rs 1 tn to Rs 5.75 tn
* Targetting 8,800 km projects under NHDP in FY 13
* Inter ministerial panel to monitor allocated coal mines
* Irrigation, fertilizer and terminal market under viability gap funding
* Oil, gas pipelines, storage and telecom towers to get viability gap funding in FY 13
* To allow Rs 100 bn IRFC tax free bonds in FY 13
* To allow Rs 50 bn HUDCO tax free bonds in FY 13
* Coal India told to to sign coal supply pacts with power companies
* To allow Rs 50 bn SIDBI tax free bonds for FY 13
* To allow Rs 100 bn NHAI tax free bonds in FY 13
* Increases outlay for agriculture by 18% to RS 202.08 bn
* To allow 1 year ECBs of $1 bn for airline companies
* Interest subvention on low cost homes extended by a year
* To allow external commercial loans for affordable homes
* India to be self sufficient in urea manufacturing in 5 years
* Budget OKs overseas borrowing to part-fund power projects` rupee debts
* Tax free infra bonds to be raised to Rs 60,000
* First infra debt fund with a outlay of Rs 8000 cr has been launched
* Swabhiman campaign to be extended to habitations with population of 1,000 people
* Advanced pricing agreement in DTC to be in Financial Bill
* To move bills for Public Debt Management, NABARD Act amendment
* New tax exemption on individual share invest with lock-in
* Rs 50,000 tax exemption for share investment in new Rajiv plan
* Rajiv Gandhi Equity Saving Scheme launched
* Rs 30,000 disinvestment target for FY 13
* Propose tax free bonds of Rs 10,000 crore for power sector
* Central Know Your Customer repository would be set up
* 8 financial amendments Bills to be introduced this year
* Process of IPOs is simplified
* Expect smaller fiscal deficit in the coming years
* GST under progress, talks on with states for drafting law
* STT may be abolished
* To issue revised norms for banks priority sector lending
* To move Regional Rural Bank Amendment Bill
* To issue Rs 600 bn tax-free infrastructure bonds next FY
* To move National Housing Bank Amendment Bill
* To extend Swabhiman scheme to some NE areas in FY 13
* To create financial holding company for injecting capital into banks
* To provide Rs 158.9 bn capital to state-run banks next fiscal
* Fiscal balance has deteriorated due to increase in direct tax seepages and increased subsidy
* Recommendation of task force under Nandan Nilekani has been accepted
* Direct transfer of fertilizer subsidy to retailer and then to farmers to be rolled out
* Direct subsidy transfer on pilot basis in 50 districts
* Aim to directly transfer subsidy on LPG to consumers
* To allow overseas investors to invest in corporate bonds
* GST network to get operational from August
* Proposes tax incentives for small investors in stock markets
* Industry now showing signs of recovery: Pranab
* Industry pulled down growth in past two years
* India’s world share of trade set to increase
* Proposes Mid-term fiscal goals
* Aim to raise Rs 140 bn through sales of stakes in state companies this fiscal
* Aim to raise Rs 300 bn through sales of stakes in state run companies next fiscal
* Global crude likely to cross $115
* Subsidy for food security law to be provided fully
* To Keep Subsidies Under 2% of GDP over next 3 years
* 4.9% of growth expected in services sector
* Address Blackmoney
* Focus on power and roads
* Remove supply side bottlenecks in agri
* Rapid growth of private investment
* Focus on domestic demand
* Five focus areas this year
* Current account deficit at 3.6%
* External trade growth encouraging
* Agri growth at 2.5%
* Expect headline inflation to moderate in the next few months and the remain stable
* Need to improve microeconomic environment: Pranab
* Weak growth due to industrial slowdown
* This year’s performance disappointing: Pranab
* GDP to grow by 6.9% in 2011-12
* Pranab Mukherjee presents his seventh Union Budget

Amity Jaipur Murder Case: Seven students on Police remand

Seven students of Amity University, Jaipur sent on Police remand for 1 day in the death of a 3rd year engineering student, Prashant Veer Singh, allegedly stabbed to death by his juniors at the Amity University, Jaipur. Police now claim to be a case of revenge killing over ragging. The police arrested seven students of the Amity University in the case late on Tuesday night and Police got remand of one day for seven students of Amity University for interrogation on Thursday who were allegedly involved in the murder of their senior Prashant Veer
Puneet Dalal, enrolled in the 1st year in Amity University happens to be the grandson of Karan Singh Dalal, former MLA from Palwal constituency, in Haryana. Puneet allegedly stabbed Prashant to death in the presence of law stream students Chiraj Chotwani, Rahul Singh, Abhimanyu Yadav, Anurag Sethi, Gaurav Yadav and Ajay Singh, late on Tuesday night. "We have arrested themain accused and they are being interrogated," additional superintendent of police (rural), Vineet Kumar Bansal, said.

Faculty Jobs in Central University of Rajasthan, Kishangarh

Central University of Rajasthan (CURAJ), City Road, Kishangarh(Rajasthan) invites online applications are invited from the eligible candidates for the 94 Faculty positions of Assistant Professors, Associate Professors and Professors under the following Schools of education to be filled :
School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computational Sciences
School of Humanities and Languages
School of Chemical Sciences and Pharmacy
School of Engineering and Technology
School of Commerce and Management
School of Social Sciences
School of Architecture
School of Life Sciences
School of Earth Science
School of Physical Sciences

How to Apply : Apply Online at Central University of Rajasthan website online up to 30/04/2012. Take printout of the system generated application form and send it to the Registrar, Central University of Rajasthan, City Road, Kishangarh-305802, Ajmer before 07/05/2012.
Last date: 7th May 2012
For Job details Click here

RPET 2012: Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test 2012 Notification

Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test (RPET 2012) Notification has been Issued by Board of Technical Edication, Jodhpur Rajasthan. RPET 2012 Examination will be held on 17th May 2012 (Thursday) from 09.00 a.m. to 12.00 Noon by Board of Technical Edication, Jodhpur Rajasthan at the centers in the following cities : Ajmer, Alwar, Banswara, Barmer, Bharatpur, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Churu, Hindaun City, Jaipur, Jhalawar, Jhunjhunu, Jodhpur, Kota, Pilani, Sikar, Sirohi, Sri Ganganagar, Sawai Madhopur, Tonk and Udaipur. Board of Technical Edication, Jodhpur Rajasthan invites On line Applications from eligible candidates of Rajasthan domicile including the wards of Kashmiri Migrants for the registration of Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test - 2012 for admission to first year of undergraduate programmes leading to Bachelor’s degree in different disciplines of Engineering (B.Tech. / B.E.) in various Govt. aided and Private unaided technical institutions of Rajasthan (except BITS Pilani, MNIT Jaipur and other Deemed & Private Universities) for the session 2012-2013.
Educational Qualification: (i) The minimum academic qualification for admission to B.Tech./B.E. program in Rajasthan is a pass with  atleast 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to “SC/ST/ Non Creamy Layer OBC/ Non Creamy Layer SBC” of Rajasthan state) in the subjects combination as given below taken together, in the final examination of 10+2 (Class XII) of Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan or any other examination recognized equivalent thereto by Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan/ Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
(ii) Subject combination required in the qualifying examination for admission to B.Tech. / B.E course shall be
as under:
Compulsory Subjects:  Physics & Mathematics
Any one of the Optional Subjects:  (1) Chemistry (2) Bio-technology (3) Computer Science (4) Biology.
Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination (10+2) in 2012 may also apply.
Age Limit:  Only those candidates whose date of birth falls on or after October 01, 1987 are eligible. However, in the case of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Physically Handicapped (PH) candidates, upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years, i.e. SC, ST and PH candidates who were born on or after October 01, 1982 are eligible. Date of birth as recorded in the Secondary Education mark sheet / certificate only will be taken as authentic. 
Examination Scheme: RPET-2012 shall consist of single examination of three hours duration containing 40 objective type questions in each of the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The total no. of questions will be 120 carrying one mark each. There will be no negative marking for wrong answer. The questions in the test booklet will be both in Hindi as well as in English.
How to apply Online for RPET 2012: Candidates must perform following activities while submitting the online application form at any of website http://www.rpet2012.org/ OR http://rpet2012.net/
Step-1 : Documents to keep ready in hand before starting of filling Online Application form.

i. Scanned image of his/her Photograph in jpg format (image size Maximum upto 100 KB)
ii. Scanned image of his/her Signature in jpg format (image size Maximum upto 50 KB)
iii. Copy of mark sheets of X, XI and XII (if passed already) examination.
iv. Details of income of his/her parents from all income sources.
v. Mobile no. of the candidate or nearest relative.
Step-2 : Filling of Online Application form.
i. Candidate must read instructions of filling the online application form carefully.
ii. The entries of online application form must be filled as required.
iii. Candidate should ensure that the photo and signature are same as uploaded by the candidate himself.
iv. The changes (if required) will be allowed in online application form before final submission.
v. Web page will not accept any changes after final submission of online application form.
Step-3: Taking Printouts in Hardcopy only after final submission of online application form.
i. Two printouts will be generated by the web portal after final submission (i) Challan (ii) Application Form
ii. Candidate must ensure that the application form no. and challan no. are same.
Step-4: Depositing the fees
i. Cost of RPET-2012 Application Form is Rs. 800/-. It also includes the RPET-2012 examination fees.
ii. Deposit Rs. 800 through challan in any branch of UCO Bank situated in Rajasthan State.
iii. Collect candidate’s copies of challan (which are in duplicate) from bank after deposition of fees in cash.
iv. This amount is neither refundable nor transferable nor adjustable for future RPET.
Step-5 : Submission of Application Form (Hardcopy) to the RPET-2012 office.
i. Attach all required documents as mentioned in checklist given in General Instruction. Write application
form no. on each document.
ii. Attach a copy of the challan with the application form.
iii. It is compulsory to send the application form (hardcopy) along with challan and photocopy of
documents to the following address through REGISTERED / SPEED POST (not through courier) :
The Coordinator RPET-2012,
Board of Technical Education, Rajasthan
W-6, Residency Road,
Jodhpur – 342 032

The hard copy of complete application form along with requisite documents must reach at above address
latest by 5.00 P.M. of 16th April, 2012 irrespective of the fact that whether 16th April, 2012 is a working
day or not. The hard copy of the Application Form (RPET-2012) received after last date and time shall not
be accepted.
RPET 2012 Important Dates:
RPET 2012 Notification: 14th March 2012
Date of commencement for filling of the online application : 15-03-2012
Date of closure for filling of the online application : 09-04-2012 
Date of RPET 2012 Entrance Examination: 17th May 2012
RPET 2012 Results date: June, 2012
RPET 2012 Official Notification Click here
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Rail Budget 2012-13 and Rajasthan

Union Rail Budget 2012-13 presented today by Union Railway Minister Mr Dinesh Trivedi gets mix review from people and industry. Railway budget 2012-13 might not be good for other states but is was somewhat better as compare to previous years for Rajasthan with some lane up-gradation, survey of Bullet train between Delhi-Jodhpur via Jaipur and 15 New Express trains, 5 New passenger trains announced today. Here is close look of Rail Budget 2012-13 and what Rajasthan gets in this Budget.
New Express Trains for Rajasthan in Rail Budget 2012-13:
1. Coimbatore-Bikaner AC Express (Weekly) via Roha, Vasai Road, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur
2. Ahmedabad-Ajmer Intercity Express (Daily)
3. Ajmer-Haridwar Express (Tri-Weekly) via Delhi
4. Bikaner-Puri Express (Weekly) via Jaipur, Kota, Katni Murwara, Jharsuguda, Sambalpur
5. Firozpur-Sriganganagar Express (Daily) via Fazilka, Abohar
6. Jaipur-Secunderabad Express (Weekly) via Nagda, Bhopal, Narkher, Amravati, Akola
7. Okha-Jaipur Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Ajmer
8. Valsad-Jodhpur Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Marwar
9. Bandra (T) – Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Phulera
10. Bikaner-Bandra(T) Express (Weekly) via Jodhpur, Marwar, Ahmedabad
11. Ahmedabad-Gorakhpur Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Jaipur, Mathura, Farrukhabad, Kanpur
12. Kota-Hanumangarh Express (Daily) via Jaipur, Degana, Bikaner
13. Darbhanga-Ajmer Express (Weekly) via Raxaul, Sitapur, Bareilly, Kasganj, Mathura
14. Hyderabad-Ajmer Express (Weekly) via Manmad, Itarsi, Ratlam
15. Santragachi-Ajmer Express (Weekly) via Kharagpur, Chandil, Barkakana, Katni, Kota
New Passenger Trains for Rajasthan in Rail Budget 2012-13:
1. Sriganganagar-Suratgarh Passenger (Daily)
2. Ajmer-Pushkar Passenger (5 Days)
3. Kota-Jhalawar City Passenger (Daily)
4. Jodhpur-Bilara Passenger (Daily)
5. Phulera-Rewari Passenger (Daily)
Extension of Trains for Rajasthan in Rail Budget 2012-13:
1. 13237/13238/13239/13240 Patna-Mathura Express to Kota
2. 15013/15014 Kathgodam-Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express to Jodhpur
3. 12991/12992 Udaipur-Ajmer Express to Jaipur
4. 19781/19782/19771/19772 Jaipur-Amritsar Express to Ajmer
5. 18207/18208 Durg-Jaipur Express to Ajmer
6. 19605/19606 Kolkata-Ajmer Express to Ahmedabad (via Abu Road)
7. 51973/51974 Mathura-Bandikui Passenger to Jaipur
8. 54809/54810 Rewari-Degana Passenger to Jodhpur
Increase in Frequency
1. 12485/12486 Shri Ganganagar-Hazur Sahib Nanded Express from 1 to 3 days.

Rail Budget 2012-13 Live Highlights | Railway Budget 2012-13

Rail Budget 2012-13 Live Highlights, Today 14th March 2012: Union Rail Budget 2012-13 to be announced Today (14th March 2012) at 11:00 AM onwards by Union Railway Minister Mr Dinesh Trivedi. The rail budget for this year has lots of expectations for common people with many key highlights of the budget. Here comes the Live Highlights from Parliament:
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Railway targeting passenger growth of 5.4 per cent in fiscal 2013.
Ordinary working expenses fixed at Rs 75,650 cr, an increase of Rs 2,000  crore over Budget Estimates; Pension payments also up by Rs 1,000 crore.
Gross traffic receipts fixed at  Rs`1.03 trillion crore, short by  Rs`2,322 crore of budget estimates.
Passenger earnings to grow to over 36,000 crore, gross traffic receipt seen at  Rs1.3 trillion
Railway Budget speech concluded.
Passenger fare hikes range from 2 paisa per km to 30 paisa per km
Passenger fare hike: AC 2tier 15 paisa per km AC first class at 30 paise per km
Fare hike: Extra 2 paise per km for ordinary and suburban trains
Setting up expert body to explore setting up independent railway tariff regulatory authority
Travel distance increased to 150 km under Izzat scheme: Trivedi
No steep increases in passenger fare: Trivedi
50 % concession in AC and AC chair cars for sickle-cell anaemia patients
I have been under tremendous support past few months over issue of inadequate resource generation
Budgetary support not yet at level required by Railways: Trivedi
Targeting under 85 per cent operating ratio in 2012-13: Railways Minister
Targeting operating ration from 95 per cent to less than 80 per cent at end of 12th five-year plan
Freight earnings in fiscal 2013 seen at Rs 89,339 crore, growth of 30.2 per cent
1025 MT of originating traffic seen in fiscal 2013, 55 MT more than revised estimate for current eyar.
Operating ratio seen at over 95 per cent against target of 91 per cent
Railways are passing through difficult phase in the current year
Financial performance section preceded by another couplet!
75 new Mumbai suburban trains
75 new express , 21 new passenger trains in 2013
Guru Parikrama special trains Amritsar, Patna  and Nanded routes.
Railways to have two new board members for PPP and Marketing, and for Safety
New hires will fill up all vacancies in SC/ST and physically challenged categories, says Trivedi
Hired 80,000 employees in 2011-12, says Minister
Railways to hire one lakh employees in 2012-2013
Wellness programmes at workplace for Railways employees
2,500 coaches to be equipped with green toilets in pilot projects.
High speed passenger corridor: study on six  corridors underway. Study on Mumbai-Pune corridor complete.
Propose to  set up housekeeping committee for train and station hygiene
Plan to set up three disaster management training centres at Bengaluru, Kharagpur and Lucknow
Introduction of alternate train accommodation system for wait-listed passengers on other trains
321 escalators to be installed at important stations
Propose to raise passenger amenities allocation from Rs762 crore to Rs1012 crore
Connectivity to join Agartala with Akura in Bangladesh
Wagon factory to be set up in Orissa.
Rail wheel plant at Chhapra produced ready for commissioning on 2012-13
In light of limited support from government, Railways needs to rely on PPP significantly.
Elevated car project from Churchgate to virar through PPP route to be studied.
Conversion of DC to AC fully achieved on Western Railway, Central Railway to be complete in 2012-2013.
Udhampur Srinagar-Baramula line to be electrified
Poised to have 4500 km of route electrification this fiscal, and propose 6500 km in 12th plan period
Rs3,393 crore for doubling of lines,  23 new line doubling projects next year
We will be able to convert most lines in12th Five-Year plan period
Target of 800 km gauge conversion for next year with fund allocation of Rs 1,950 crore
Slippages in gauge conversion target due to funding issues
Allocation Rs6,872 crore under new line plan
Propose to undertake 114 new line surveys in 2012-2013: Railways Minister
Need to hasten new lines for tribal, underdeveloped areas
725 km of new lines in current year, almost same as last year: Trivedi
Propose to set up logistics corporation and logistics park: Railways Minister
Rs 4410  crore towards capacity augmentation, says Railways Minister
Employment potential of 50,000 at these stations
100 such station in 5 years through PPP, cost neutral for railways
Have set up separate Indian Railways Station Development Corp, to maintain stations on pattern of  airports.
High speed trains to be introduced for both passengers and freight
19,000 km of 1 lakh km sees 80 per cent of traffic, signalling to be upgraded on this stretch first
Five focus areas: track, bridges, signaling and communications, station, and freight terminals
Annual outlay target at Rs 60,100 crore: Railways Minister
Time to think of national policy for Railways: Trivedi
Like Ganga and Himalayas, cannot imagine India without Railways: Trivedi
Glad to state I have tried to meet aspirations of people across the country: Trivedi
To applause, Railways Minister recites poetry to make his point!
We want to go for generational change focused on safety: Railways Minister
Railways needs Rs14 trillion over the next 10 years: Railway Minister
My budget focues on safety , consolidation, decongetstion and capacity augmentation, and modernisation.
Need to bring down operating ratio from 95% to 84.9% by 2012-13: Railway Minister
Railways should provide 2-2.5 % to GDP instead of current 1%: Trivedi
Choice before me was to keep system dragging, or create a new passenger and freight system
Total of 487 projects  can't be completed until supported by government
Pradhan Mantri Rail Vikas Yojana is under formulation, needs additional fund requried of RS 5 triliion
Geopolitical ramifications require matching response: Rail Minister
12th PLan for Railway Rs7.3 lakh crore investment suggested
ALso propose Railway R&D Authority: Rail Minister
propose indepndent Railway Safety Authority with statutory powers
High Speed Railway Safety Committee has recommended far-reaching changes
"Our target should be zero deaths; 60% deaths happen at unmanned level crossings"
Not satisfied with safety standards in India: Trivedi
Safety in India must be benchmarked against Europe, Japan: Trivedi
Grateful to Maa, Maati, Maanush, says TMC Rail Minister Trivedi
Trivedi forgets to mention Lalu Yadav among "illustrious" predecessors, corrected by MPs
Railways Minister Dinesh Trivedi starts to present his first budget

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Engineering student killed in Jaipur

Engineering college student stabbed to death in Jaipur. As per report a 21-year old student of Amity University Jaipur on Jaipur-Delhi highway was stabbed to death by other students late night near college campus.  The body of Prashant Veer, a third-year student of electronics and communication, was found 50 metres away from the campus. Police said Prashant was stabbed several times on his stomach. According to the police, Prashant, along with his classmates, went out after his classes at 5 pm. While returning, his group had a verbal spat with another group of students of the same university near the gate.  Both parties were drunk and they argued for 15 minutes which leads to death of one of student. 

RPET Exam 2012 Notification, Dates, Colleges, Syllabus, Apply Online

Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test (RPET 2012) Notification has been Issued by Board of Technical Edication, Jodhpur Rajasthan. RPET 2012 Examination will be held on 17th May 2012 (Thursday) from 09.00 a.m. to 12.00 Noon by Board of Technical Edication, Jodhpur Rajasthan at the centers in the following cities : Ajmer, Alwar, Banswara, Barmer, Bharatpur, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Churu, Hindaun City, Jaipur, Jhalawar, Jhunjhunu, Jodhpur, Kota, Pilani, Sikar, Sirohi, Sri Ganganagar, Sawai Madhopur, Tonk and Udaipur. Board of Technical Edication, Jodhpur Rajasthan invites On line Applications from eligible candidates of Rajasthan domicile including the wards of Kashmiri Migrants for the registration of Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test - 2012 for admission to first year of undergraduate programmes leading to Bachelor’s degree in different disciplines of Engineering (B.Tech. / B.E.) in various Govt. aided and Private unaided technical institutions of Rajasthan (except BITS Pilani, MNIT Jaipur and other Deemed & Private Universities) for the session 2012-2013.
Educational Qualification: (i) The minimum academic qualification for admission to B.Tech./B.E. program in Rajasthan is a pass with  atleast 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to “SC/ST/ Non Creamy Layer OBC/ Non Creamy Layer SBC” of Rajasthan state) in the subjects combination as given below taken together, in the final examination of 10+2 (Class XII) of Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan or any other examination recognized equivalent thereto by Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan/ Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
(ii) Subject combination required in the qualifying examination for admission to B.Tech. / B.E course shall be
as under:
Compulsory Subjects:  Physics & Mathematics
Any one of the Optional Subjects:  (1) Chemistry (2) Bio-technology (3) Computer Science (4) Biology.
Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination (10+2) in 2012 may also apply.
Age Limit:  Only those candidates whose date of birth falls on or after October 01, 1987 are eligible. However, in the case of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Physically Handicapped (PH) candidates, upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years, i.e. SC, ST and PH candidates who were born on or after October 01, 1982 are eligible. Date of birth as recorded in the Secondary Education mark sheet / certificate only will be taken as authentic. 
Examination Scheme: RPET-2012 shall consist of single examination of three hours duration containing 40 objective type questions in each of the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The total no. of questions will be 120 carrying one mark each. There will be no negative marking for wrong answer. The questions in the test booklet will be both in Hindi as well as in English.
How to apply Online for RPET 2012: Candidates must perform following activities while submitting the online application form at any of website http://www.rpet2012.org/ OR http://rpet2012.net/
Step-1 : Documents to keep ready in hand before starting of filling Online Application form.

i. Scanned image of his/her Photograph in jpg format (image size Maximum upto 100 KB)
ii. Scanned image of his/her Signature in jpg format (image size Maximum upto 50 KB)
iii. Copy of mark sheets of X, XI and XII (if passed already) examination.
iv. Details of income of his/her parents from all income sources.
v. Mobile no. of the candidate or nearest relative.
Step-2 : Filling of Online Application form.
i. Candidate must read instructions of filling the online application form carefully.
ii. The entries of online application form must be filled as required.
iii. Candidate should ensure that the photo and signature are same as uploaded by the candidate himself.
iv. The changes (if required) will be allowed in online application form before final submission.
v. Web page will not accept any changes after final submission of online application form.
Step-3: Taking Printouts in Hardcopy only after final submission of online application form.
i. Two printouts will be generated by the web portal after final submission (i) Challan (ii) Application Form
ii. Candidate must ensure that the application form no. and challan no. are same.
Step-4: Depositing the fees
i. Cost of RPET-2012 Application Form is Rs. 800/-. It also includes the RPET-2012 examination fees.
ii. Deposit Rs. 800 through challan in any branch of UCO Bank situated in Rajasthan State.
iii. Collect candidate’s copies of challan (which are in duplicate) from bank after deposition of fees in cash.
iv. This amount is neither refundable nor transferable nor adjustable for future RPET.
Step-5 : Submission of Application Form (Hardcopy) to the RPET-2012 office.
i. Attach all required documents as mentioned in checklist given in General Instruction. Write application
form no. on each document.
ii. Attach a copy of the challan with the application form.
iii. It is compulsory to send the application form (hardcopy) along with challan and photocopy of
documents to the following address through REGISTERED / SPEED POST (not through courier) :
The Coordinator RPET-2012,
Board of Technical Education, Rajasthan
W-6, Residency Road,
Jodhpur – 342 032

The hard copy of complete application form along with requisite documents must reach at above address
latest by 5.00 P.M. of 16th April, 2012 irrespective of the fact that whether 16th April, 2012 is a working
day or not. The hard copy of the Application Form (RPET-2012) received after last date and time shall not
be accepted.
RPET 2012 Important Dates:
RPET 2012 Notification: 14th March 2012
Date of commencement for filling of the online application : 15-03-2012
Date of closure for filling of the online application : 09-04-2012 
Date of RPET 2012 Entrance Examination: 17th May 2012
RPET 2012 Results date: June, 2012
RPET 2012 Official Notification Click here
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RPMT Exam 2012 Notification, Online Exam, Dates, Syllabus

Rajasthan Pre Medical Test (RPMT) 2012 Notification issued for Online Entrance examination by Rajasthan University of Health Sciences(RUHSRAJ), Jaipur on 10th April 2012 for the aspirants of medical profession. RPMT 2012  is a common entrance exam for admission to undergraduate programmes in in to M.B.B.S. /B.D.S. /B.V.Sc. & A.H courses in Medical, Veterinary and Dental institutes in Rajasthan. RPMT 2012 Examination will be held Online instead of conventional written examination from this year for academic year 2012-13 as per Notification issued by Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, Jaipur. RPMT Examination Upto the previous year was conducted by 'Paper Pencil Mode' but this year RPMT 2012 will be Conducted ONLINE on 3rd and 4th June 2012 at Six Exam centers in Jaipur, Ajmer, Jodhpur, Kota, Udaipur and Bikaer in Two Innings. .
Online Exam: RPMT 2012 will be conduct Online.
Demo Online Exam: For familiarization with the online exam and convenience of student, a demo version of online exam will be made available over the University website prior to the date of examination. You can send suggestion online at convener.rpmt2012@gmail.com with name, address, contact no with suggestions.
RPET 2012 Official Notification:  Rajasthan Pre Medical(RPMT ) 2012 Notification has been issued on 10th May 2012. The RPMT Exam date is 3rd Week of May 2012.
Application Fee: Rs. 1200, Rs. 600 for PH, SC,ST candidates.
How to get Application Form: RPMT Application will be submitted online so there is no need to submit hard copy. Hard copy of RPMT 2012 Forms will not be available this year.
How to apply: To apply for RPMT 2012 Examination, candidate have to apply throught website www.ruhsraj.org from 10 April 2012 onwards til 5th may 2012 with respective fee submitted at any branch of OBC Bank. Challan form can be downloaded from unviersity website. 
Important Dates:
RPMT 2012 Notification issued on 10th April 2012: Click here
Start date for filling online Application form: 10 April 2012
Last date for filling the online application form: 05 May 2012 (12.00 Midnight)
RPMT 2012 On-line examination date: 3rd and 4th June 2012 at Six Exam centers in Jaipur, Ajmer, Jodhpur, Kota, Udaipur and Bikaer in Two Innings.
Printout of the application form: To be submitted at the time of counseling
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