NDA I 2008 Final Results

National Defence Academy (NDA) I 2008 final results declared by UPSC

On the basis of the results of the Written Examination held by the Union Public Service Commission in April, 2008 and the interviews held by the Services Selection Board of the Ministry of Defence, 456 candidates have qualified for admission to the Army, Navy and Air Force wings of National Defence Academy for the 121st Course and Naval Academy 10+2 (Executive Branch) for the 41st Course commencing from 30th December, 2008.

There are some common candidates in the three lists for Army, Navy, Air Force and Naval Academy. The total number of such candidates in the three lists is 183. The number of vacancies as intirnated by the Government is 335 (195 for Army, 39 for Navy, 66 for Air Force and 35 for Naval Academy 10+2 (Executive Branch).

The results of Medical Examination have not been taken into account in preparing these lists. The result of Roll No. 041824, 115290 and 171429 have been withheld.

The candidature of all the candidates is provisional, subject to their submitting the requisite certificates in support of date of birth and educational qualifications etc. claimed by them, directly to the Additional Directorate General of Recruiting, Adjutant Generals branch, Integrated Headquarters, Ministry of Defence (Army), West Block No.III, Wing–I, R.K.Puram, New Delhi-110066 wherever this has not already been done and NOT to UPSC.

For any further information, the candidates may contact the Facilitation Counter of the Commission near ‘C’ Gate in UPSC premises either in person or on Telephone Nos. 23385271 / 23381125 / 23098543 between 1000 hrs and 170 hrs on any working days.

check out NDA(I) 2008 Final Results

Tamilnadu Law College Admission through CET - Madras High Court

Tamilnadu Law College Admission through CET - Madras High Court

Admission of students to the law colleges in Tamil Nadu is to be regulated by holding a competitive common entrance Test (CET), the Madras High Court said on Monday.

Framing a set of measures to restore the glory of the institution and to improve the legal education , the First Bench comprising Chief Justice A K Ganguly and Justice F M Ibrahim Kalifulla observed that the measures should be strictly implemented in the interest of the students, their parents and the public at large.

The Bench said that admission of students was to be reorganised and if necessary one more law college within the city might be opened. The heritage building of the law college should be renovated and restored to its original stature.

The Bench further said the sanctioned strength of the teaching faculty should be increased. The salary of part-time lectures to be increased from Rs 5,500 to not less than Rs 10,000 per month. The remuneration of guest lecturer/advocate to be increased from Rs 100 per hour with a maximum of Rs 4,000 per month to not less that Rs 500 per hour to a maximum of Rs10000 per month.

Change in Medical Entrance Exam Pattern

The two part CET for Medical Entrance from the next academic year will have multiple choice objective questions only. The preliminary exam will have 200 questions and each question will carry 4 marks for a right answer and 1 negative mark for a wrong answer and the duration is 3 hours.

The main exam which so far had non-objective questions has been changed to objective type. This exam will have a duration of 3 hrs of 120 questions and carry same marks of preliminary.

The Supreme Court has approved the change in pattern of the CET.

The pattern has been changed because the existing pattern is a long process and causing tremendous stress for students.

The eligibility conditions for CET remains the same.

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