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KUK B.Ed. 2nd Year Admission 2010 Notification

KUK B.Ed. 2nd Year Admission 2010 Notification

Directorate of Distance  Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra  (KUK)

Applications are invited from eligible teachers having 2-years inservice teaching experience in any recognised Govt.-Aided/Private School/ Educational Institution in Haryana as on 31.05.2010 and with 50% marks at Bachelor/Master's Degree level for general category candidates and 45% marks for SC/ST/Blind/Physically and Visually Handicapped candidates for admisison to B.Ed.(2-Year) Part-I against some vacant seats.

Admission will be made purely on merit of marks in the qualifying examinations after following the reservation policy as given in the Prospectus. Candidates having applied earlier with the above qualifications and experience, need not apply again as their earlier applications would be considered automatically.

Prospectus (Code No. DE-B.Ed.-10) can be obtained from Manager (P&P), K.U. Kurukshetra on payment of Rs.800/- (Rs.200/- for SC/BC/Blind candidates of Haryana) at the Counter or by sending DD of Rs.850/- (Rs. 250/- for SC/BC/Blind candidates of Haryana) in favour of Registrar, KUK, payable at Kurukshetra/Thanesar, if required by post.

Prospectus can also be downloaded from the University Website: DD for Rs.800/- (Rs.200/- for SC/BC/Blind candidates of Haryana) in favour of Registrar, KUK, payable at Kurukshetra/Thanesar, must be attached with the downloaded Form.

Last Date for Receipt of Admission Form complete in all respect is 15.9.2010.

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neerajaa published on Jul 19, 2015, 09.40am IST

unless the writer had wietessnd them and recorded then and there. There was no software or other means in those days to exactly build up the condiitons on the sky. Not only about stars and planets there are numerous accounts of terrestrial happenings that are found in the Mahabharata. One example is the description in 2 chapters on the strange behaviour of flora and fauna and atmospheric conditions following the 13th day New Moon which almost resembles the after effect of a asteroid hit on the earth. It has been recently found out that in the corresponding period an astroid had landed in central Europe. It offers a valuable clue to relate the description in Mahabharata that almost resembles the condiitions that can be seen and felt in the aftermath of such a hit in a neighboring region. There are many such information that can not be dismissed as products of imagination. I challenge you to write a similar story with vast true inputs of a time in past without the use of any modern equipment. You have compared the setting of a story based on world war. As you said, the war was true. But when you attempt to write a ficitonal strory around the war scene, and want to give it a semblance of a true story, you will have to talk about the true heros of the war and the true attributes and weave the story around the true incidents. Unless you do that you can not make your readers believe that your story is a true account. seen in that way, Mahabharata was true and its main hero, Krishna was undoubtedly true.


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claira published on Jul 12, 2015, 03.21pm IST

Dear Vicky,In the Mains (written) exam of Haryana state, there are:Compulsory Papers (i) English & English Essay – 150 marks(ii) Hindi & Hindi Essay – 150 marks(iii) General knowledge – 150 marks (This paper is ieenndtd to test the candidates knowledge of current events and of such matters of every day observation and experience in their scientist aspect as may be expected of an educated person who has not made a special study of any scientific subject. The paper will also include questions of historical, geographical and economic importance with special reference to Haryana).Optional Papers2 optional subjects to be selected from the list of available optionals. Broadly, the optional subjects should be: Agriculture, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Commerce and Accountancy, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Geography, Indian History, Law, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Political Science and International Relations, Psychology, Pubic Administration, Sociology, Zoology, English Literature, Hindi Literature, Punjabi Literature.(For more and exact details you must go through the HCS Exam brochure/notification.)Regards,Rau's IAS


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claira published on Dec 26, 2010, 09.59am IST



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