Book of Linear Device Application Written By B.Roy Chaudhary

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Book of Linear Device Application Written By B.Roy Chaudhary
This book is designed mainly for courses in operational amplifiers and linear integrated circuits for Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation, Computer Engineering and Applied Sciences students. The text has been written in a style to enable students to self study. Examples are furnished throughout the book to help the students assimilate the material covered. The text is so designed that the teacher may hardly require consulting reference books. It offers fabrication technology for IC’s, wide array of op-amp 741 applications, 555 timer, 565 PLL, linear voltage regulator IC’s, 78/79XX, 723, AD/DA converters, active filters using 741, switched capacitor filters and OT As in a comprehensive manner. Additional features of Third Edition: More solved examples added in Chapter-2.Topics on analog multipliers, sine wave oscillators and power amplifiers revised. New oscillator circuits added. New material added in switched capacitor filters, OTA filters, function generators. Internal details of important IC’s added in many chapters. Improved explanation wherever necessary.

Authors: D. Roy Choudhary
Publisher: New Age International
Published Date: 1988
ISBN-10: 8122400027
ISBN-13: 9788122400021

Military Engineering Exam

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Military Engineering Exam

Military engineers design and build the logistical and combative structures during warfare. Some military engineers are expected to even destroy the same structure that they helped make. During battle, military engineers may also be needed to dismantle enemy minefields, weapons and bridges. Military engineers must be exceptionally skilled, have the power to lead and perform as part of a military unit. There are several educational and licensing demands for those interested in becoming a military engineer. According to, as of 2010, the average salary for a military engineer is $82,000 per year.

The Combined Engineering Services’ Examination is carried on by the UPSC every year for recruitment to the four categories of engineering services: (a) Civil Engineering (b) Mechanical Engineering (c) Electrical Engineering and (d) Electronics & telecommunication engineering.
For The Post
(i) Indian Railway Service of Engineers
(ii) Indian Railway Stores Service (Civil Engineering Posts)
(iii) Central Engineering Service
(iv) Military Engineer Services (IDSE-Building and Roads Cadre)
(v) Military Engineer Service (Surveyor of Works Cadre)
(vi) Survey of India Service, Group ‘A’ (Civil Engineering Posts)
(vii) Central Water Engineering Service (Civil Engineering Posts)
(viii) Assistant Executive Engineer (Civil) in P & T Building Works (Group `A’) Service
(ix) Central Engineering Service (Roads), Group `A’;
(x) Assistant Executive Engineer (Civil) in Border Roads Engineering Service Group `A’
(xi) Indian Ordnance Factories Service (Engineering Branch)
(Civil Engineering Posts).

Syllabus of Human Resource Management

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Syllabus of Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management

MODULE 1 (6 Hours)
HRM- Introduction, meaning, definition, nature and scope of HRM and
HRD, evolution of HRM, Difference between Personnel Management and
HRM, features of HRM, HRM functions, objectives of HRM, policies,
Procedures and Programmes, practices, Organization of HRM, line and staff
Responsibility role of personnel manager and HR manager, qualities of HR,
HR Manager as a Strategic partner, factors influencing HRM, Opportunities
And Challenges in Human Resource Management.

MODULE 1 (6 Hours)
HRM- Introduction, meaning, definition, nature and scope of HRM and
HRD, evolution of HRM, Difference between Personnel Management and
HRM, features of HRM, HRM functions, objectives of HRM, policies,
Procedures and Programmes, practices, Organization of HRM, line and staff
Responsibility role of personnel manager and HR manager, qualities of HR,
HR Manager as a Strategic partner, factors influencing HRM, Opportunities
And Challenges in Human Resource Management.

MODULE 3 (6 Hours)
Recruitment: definition, objectives, subsystems, factors affecting
Recruitment policy, centralized and decentralized recruitment, recruitment
Organization, recruitment sources, recruitment techniques, recruitment
Process, cost benefit analysis of recruitment sources.

MODULE 4 (6 Hours)
Selection, placement and Induction: meaning, definition of selection,
Essentials of selection procedure, significance of selection process and
Organizational relationship, selection procedure, various types of tests
(Aptitude, achievement, situational, interest, personality), different types of
Interviews and interview process, means to make interview effective, medical
Exams, reference checks, final decision, employment, placement and

MODULE 5 (5 Hours)
Performance management: Introduction, meaning, need, purpose, –
Objectives, contents of PAS, appraisers and different methods of appraisal,
Uses of performance appraisal, limitations and problems of performance
Appraisal, 360 degree Appraisal, post appraisal feedback.

MODULE 6 (13 Hours)
Human Resource Development: Introduction, definition, concepts,
Training and development: meaning of T & D, importance of training,
Benefits of training, need and objectives, assessment of training needs, areas
Of training, training methods, on-the job and off-the-job training, advantages
Of training, training procedures and final evaluation.
Employee mobility:
Internal mobility: Introduction, meaning, different types
Promotion: meaning, purpose, bases of merit, seniority, merit cum seniority,
Benefits, problems, promotion policy.
Transfer: meaning, purpose, types, reasons, benefits,
Demotion: meaning, need for demotion policy.
Career planning and Development: meaning, need, career development
External mobility: Introduction, meaning, types.
Absenteeism- Meaning, types, causes, calculation, minimizing absenteeism.
Employee attrition-meaning, reasons, calculation of attrition rate, retention
Strategies, managing separations and right sizing-voluntary and involuntary

MODULE 7 (8 Hours)
Compensation & Benefits Administration: Compensation Management: –
Introduction, definition, need for sound salary administration, objectives,
Factors affecting wages/ salary levels, job evaluation, wage salary survey,
Salary structure, salary fixation, incentives, profit sharing, bonus concepts,
ESOPs, pay for performance, Benefits administration, employee welfare and
Working conditions-statutory and voluntary measures,

MODULE 8 (5 Hours)
Industrial peace and harmony: Discipline maintenance, Grievance
Handling, Workers participation in management, maintaining good human
And industrial relations, benefits accrued by the organization due to the
Development of congenial environment.

News on Banks Recruitment

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News on Banks Recruitment
Syndicate Bank, a Premier Nationalized Bank, invites applications from Indian citizens for recruitment of Probationary Officers.

Probationary Clerk
1000 posts

Age limit
18-28 (Relaxation as per rules)

Minimum Qualification
Lower limit 12th standard (10+2) pass or equal qualification with a lower limit of aggregate 60% (55% for SC/ST/PC/EXS) marks.

Contact Details
Syndicate Bank
Head Office
(A Govt of India Undertaking)
Human Resource Development Division
Manipal 576 104
Phone: 0820-2570387, 0820-2571188

Hindi Construction Safety Alerts

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Hindi Construction Safety Alerts
Workplace Safety
Learn from industry experts at the American Industrial Hygiene Assoc.

Work Safety
Health better company achievement with effectual, innovative WSH strategies

HSE Management Systems
Concise, easy to use and can be tailored to suit any business

Hindi Safety Slogans
Suraksha hii sarvopri hai – Safety is foremost
Pehlii prAthmiktA – SurakshA the First Priority – Safety
Khaternaak – Dangerous
Pichay rao – Stay Away

Madras Aeronautical Engg Specialization Colleges

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Madras Aeronautical Engg Specialization Colleges
1 Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)
I.I.T Post Office, Chennai. Ph: + 91-044-22570509
This academic institution is meant for growing prospective vision and is dynamic with society and environment, making new thoughts and technologies for the world.
Useful links:

2 Madras Institute of Technology
Chromepet, Chennai
MIT is furnished with post modern instruments and teaching staffs for incarnating eminent end professionals in every batch. It is counted as one among the top centres for aeronautical engineering.

MCA Syllabus Sikkim Manipal

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MCA Syllabus Sikkim Manipal

The Sikkim Manipal University of Health, Medical and Technological Sciences were constituted in 1995. It is the first government-secret initiative in the part. SMU is accepted by the University Grants Commission and sanctioned by the Govern- ment of India.

MCA syllabus
The syllabus of MCA is available on the official website of the university.

Contact Details
SMU Information Desk 5th Mile,
Tadong, Gangtok, Sikkim.
Pin : 737132
Important Contacts: SMU Information Services
Telephone : +91-3592-232041
Email :
Website :

Jewellery Colleges Jaipur

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Jewellery Colleges Jaipur
Arch Institute of fashion & Design /
Arch Gemology & Jewellery Institute,
D-103 /C, Lalkothi Marg, Bapu Nagar
(Sewar Area) Jaipur,
Rajasthan, Phone: 0141-2702163, 3096203

Gemstones Artisans Training School,
(Sponsored by GOI), Jhalana Mahal, Jaipur – 302 017.

Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council
Rajasthan Bhawan, Jaipur- 302003 (Rajasthan)

University of Pune Executive MBA

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University of Pune Executive MBA
University of Pune Executive MBA is a two years programme carried on in the evening (6.30 PM to 9.30 PM) during Monday to Saturday. The 24 months programme comprises of 4 semesters, each of six months length. Each semester has five courses. Six functional specializations [Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management (HRM), Operations Management, Systems Management and International Business Management (IBM)] are being proposed in the second year. Each student will opt for one specialization.

Course offered
MBA Executive

2 years


PUMBA ‘Executive MBA Programme’ is a Two Years’ Post-Graduate Programme leading to MBA Degree of University of Pune. Truly specific and thoughtfully planned, this programme is for working executives and enterprisers who inspire to be a part of movement for growth and prosperity. The aim of the programme is to furnish a chance to enhance their knowledge and skills continually.

Selection Procedure
Candidates seeking admission have to perform in the Entrance Test followed by Group Discussion and Personal Interview. The Entrance Test will be of 200 marks comprising of objective multiple choice type questions. Group discussion and personal interviews will be carried on for 20 marks each. The University reserves the right to modify/amend the selection criteria based on the qualitative and quantitative analysis of the applications received.

How to Apply
Online Application Form is available on this website. People are needed to apply online only. Other forms of application will not be considered. Application fee is Rs. 1000/- to be paid by a DD in favor of ‘Registrar, University of Pune’ payable at ‘Pune’. Candidates are advised to draw a DD before applying online as DD information is needed for finishing the online application.

Semester I
Principles of Management & Organizational Behavior
Financial & Management Accounting
Managerial Economics
Statistical Methods & Research Methodology
Legal Aspects of Business

Semester II
Marketing Management
International Business Management
Human Resource Management
Operations Management
Management Information Systems

Semester III
Business Policy & Strategic Management
Advanced Financial Management
Functional Elective – I
Functional Elective – II
Functional Elective – III
Individual Research Project

Semester IV
Management Control Systems
Business Environment & Managing for Excellence
Functional Elective – IV
Functional Elective – V
Functional Elective – VI

Proposed Electives

Marketing (Group A)
Elective I– Product & Brand Management
Elective II– Marketing Research & Consumer Behavior
Elective III– Sales & Distribution Management
Elective IV– International Marketing
Elective V– Services Marketing & Customer Relationship Management
Elective VI– Integrated Marketing Communication

Finance (Group B)
Elective I– Financial Services
Elective II– Legal & Procedural Aspects of Finance
Elective III– Financial Institutions & Markets
Elective IV– International Finance
Elective V– Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
Elective VI– Risk Management & Taxation Laws

Human Resources Management (Group C)
Elective I– HR Administration & Information Systems
Elective II– Training, Development & Performance Management
Elective III– Industrial Relations
Elective IV– Labour Legislation
Elective V– Strategic Human Resources Management
Elective VI– Organizational Development

Operations Management (Group D)
Paper I (303 D) – Operations Planning & Control
Paper II (304 D) – Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Paper III (305 D) – Quality and Technology Management
Paper IV (403 D) – Advanced Project Management
Paper V (404 D) – Strategic Manufacturing & Operations Management
Paper VI (405 D) – World Class Manufacturing

Systems Management (Group E)
Paper I (303 E) – Computing Environment and Technology
Paper II (304 E) – Business Applications of IT
Paper III (305 E) – HRM & infrastructure management for IT
Paper IV (403 E) – Strategic IT management and Trends in Information Technology
Paper V (404 E) – Software Engineering
Paper VI (405 E) – Information Systems Audit & Control

International Business Management (Group F)
Paper I (303 F) – International Business Environment & Global Competitiveness
Paper II (304 F) – International Marketing
Paper III (305 F) – International Finance
Paper IV (403 F) – International Regulatory Environment & Business Operations
Paper V (404 F) – International Logistics & Supply Chain Management
Paper VI (405 F) – International Diversity Management & Corporate Social Responsibility

Contact Details
Pin Code: 411007
Telephone: +91-20-25696061-25690065 / 25693868 / 25601305
Fax: +91-20-25697388 / 25693899 / 25693233
Email: /

Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University Distance Learning

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Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University Distance Learning
Founded in 1937, Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University (JRNRVU) at Udaipur is one of the prime distance learning centers in the state of Rajasthan. It has been sanctioned by Distance Education Council, DEC, New Delhi. National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has graded it with B++ grade. Accepted by the University Grant Commission (UGC), it got the position of a deemed university in 1987 because of its outstanding achievement in teaching.

Distance Education
After its origination the Vidyapeeth has religiously worked in the field of Adult and Continuing teaching and in its continuation, the university has founded the Directorate of Distance teaching in 2000-2001 and offered several professional, traditional programmes throughout the nation

Para-Medical & Allied Health Science Courses and Computer & Management Courses
Social Sciences, Commerce and Humanities Course
Engineering & Technology Courses

Contact Details
JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth University
93 Parshwanath Colony, Ajmer Road
Udaipur – 313 003
Phone: +91–0141-2811581, 2810455, 2811530
Fax: +91–2810467

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