CA Examination Results
Final, Foundation and Professional Education I Exam Results. To be announced on July 13, at 8 am.
Postgraduate scholarships to Cambridge
Cambridge Nehru Scholarships
Eight scholarships offered annually in collaboration with the Nehru Trust for Cambridge University for students from India
Dharam Hinduja Cambridge Scholarships
Two scholarships offered annually in collaboration with the Hinduja Cambridge Trust for students from India.
Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Trust Cambridge Scholarships
One scholarship offered annually in collaboration with the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Trust and Trinity College.
Rajiv Gandhi (UK) Cambridge Bursary
One award offered annually in collaboration with the Rajiv Gandhi (UK) Foundation for students from India.
To be successful in winning an ORS award which pays the difference between the home and overseas rate of the University Composition Fee:
Those who have, in addition to a first class honours degree, a first class masters or its equivalent, may be given preference.
Those appearing for their first degree examination in 2004 are not eligible.
Application: Scholarships are for a PhD and tenable for up to three years. Applicants may obtain details and Preliminary Application Forms by writing to The Joint Secretary, Nehru Trust for Cambridge University, Teen Murti House, Teen Murti Marg, New Delhi 110 011, India, giving full details of their academic qualifications. Completed forms must be returned by 31 July 2003.
Selection: Interviews for scholarships will take place in New Delhi in June 2004.
Cambridge Commonwealth Trust
In collaboration with various trusts, offers a number of scholarships to students from India. Candidates must apply for admission to the University of Cambridge, UK, via the Nehru Trust for Cambridge University in New Delhi.
One-year postgraduate courses: Write, giving full details of our academic qualifications and an indication of the subject you wish to study at Cambridge, to the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, c/o Nehru Trust for Cambridge University (same as previous address). Preliminary Application Forms should be returned to the above by September 5, 2003. Preliminary Application Forms will be considered by the selection committee in September 2003.
Shortlisted candidates will be supplied, in early October, with the Graduate Application Form, which they'll have to return to the Board of Graduate Studies by March 31, 2004.
Candidates will automatically be sent the Trust's Scholarships Application Form.
PhDs: Obtain further details and a Preliminary Application Forms by writing to the Nehru Trust. Deadline: August 14, 2003.
ORS form: The ORS application form must be completed and returned to the Board of Graduate Studies by February 1, 2004.
For further information: Please contact the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, C/O Nehru Trust for Cambridge University, Teen Murti House, Teen Murti Marg, New Delhi 110 011.
Information courtesy: The Telegraph
Hope for commerce students in Mumbai
The University of Mumbai will start two new undergraduate courses this academic year -- a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounts and Finance and a Bachelor of Commerce in Banking and Insurance.
Fifty-two colleges are expected to conduct these courses. Each college will admit 60 students for one course.
This will be heartening news for nearly 9,000 commerce students unable to get into degree courses despite passing the Higher Secondary Certificate examination this year.
University sources told Mid-Day that permission is being granted to all colleges who have applied for the new courses to meet the demand from commerce students.
Information courtesy Mid-Day