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Participants of Master Mind 2012 during an interactive session in Tiruchi on Tuesday.

Twenty-two colleges from eight districts in the state took part in Master Mind 2012, an annual event dedicated to the development of employability skills in students. Aimed at arts and science students, the day-long event was split into three stages that tested their current affairs, group discussion skills, and their capacity to face a stress interview.

“The first stage, India Quiz, is a written test of the students' knowledge in current affairs. The idea is to promote the habit of keeping abreast with the latest happenings around the world,” said Prof.G.Balakrishnan, chief panellist for the day. Adding that this was the ninth consecutive Master Mind to be held in the city, he said that the event was attended by 166 students.

The 60 students who qualified for the next round were engaged in a session of group discussion that let them explore its dynamics like the five roles (initiator, information giver, information seeker, moderator and summeriser) and the types of participants (aggressive, passive and assertive). “The group discussion, titled ‘We learn to fly when we walk with the giants', was a confidence-building measure for students from rural and government colleges,” said Mr. Balakrishnan. The session encouraged the students to be assertive participants rather than aggressive or passive ones. The12 finalists were tested for endurance at the stress interview round, with questions being based on what they filled into a self-assessment form. The form covered aspects like their greatest achievement, strengths and weaknesses, role model and where they envisioned themselves in the year 2018.

The six-member panel that interviewed the finalists consisted of Prof. Balakrishnan, the chief panellist, P.V. Devaraj, John Louis, T. Shadina, T. K. Sridhar and Yamuna Sridhar. While questioning the finalists in a setting that simulated a real life interview, they also gave participants fundamental pointers on how to handle the interview. “The importance of establishing eye contact with all the members of the panel, without making it look too contrived, the difference between being talkative and being communicative and the ways in which you addressed the panellists and apologised were some of the tips given. The first prize of Rs. 2,500 was won by K.A. Mahalakshmi from Cauvery College for Women, while B. Rinaldo from St. Joseph's College and A.H. Mohamed Imran from Jammal Mohammad College won the second and third prizes of Rs. 2,000 and Rs. 1,500 respectively. The event was sponsored by Archana Sweets and Café.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:49 pm 
Master Mind 2012 for Art/Science college students.

on 07.02.2012 Tuesday @ 10:00 am , Hotel Sangam.

To participate in the event students can contact

Master Mind concept : Prof. G.Balakrishnan - 94447 37709

Convener : Mr. P.V.Devaraj - 99522 07111


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 7:07 am 
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Exhibition highlights job opportunities in biotech

To highlight increasing job opportunities in industry and research institutions, a three-day exhibition on Biotechnology: Biovista 2012, got off to a start on Thursday at the St. Joseph's College.

The organisers have invited school and college students to present their models at the exhibition focussing on achievements, emerging trends and opportunities in biotechnology. Explaining the relevance, the organisers said though there was ample employment opportunities, the problem was with employability.

The section: Biotech Organisation, institutes and companies, explains the opportunities for postgraduates and doctorate holders in biotechnology with strong communication skills, application skills, and sound theoretical knowledge. Another section lays emphasis on a strong link amongst educational institutions, biotech companies and research institutes.


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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India: Dedication of new ICAI Bhawan by G.Ramaswamy, president, ICAI, Jaydeep Narendra Shah, vice president, ICAI, and K.Shanmukha Sundaram, chairman, SIRC, ICAI, speak, State Bank of India Officers Colony, Cantonment, 6 p.m.

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MAM Group starts IAS academy

MAM IAS Academy has announced conduct of free ‘Mock-Interview' sessions for candidates who have cleared written exam for bank probationary officer post, and are waiting for their personal or group interviews.

The newly-started IAS Academy, according to a press release, is patronized by the Maluk Educational, Health and Charitable Trust, which runs the MAM Group of institutions. In the process of offering technical education in a sound infrastructure set up, the group's institutions have registered numerous academic distinctions and ensured good placement records, the release said.

The MAM Group has appointed P.Suresh Kumar, former Regional Deputy Director of Employment Exchange, Tiruchi Region, who has received awards for public service and social work, as the Director of the IAS Academy. The Academy, will work for the success of civil service aspirants and other candidates from socio-economically weaker sections.

Candidates interested in the free mock interview can register their names through email: iasacademy@mamce.org (Ph: 8220013688).


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Post offices to take up registration for mock AIEEE

The Department of Posts has said that students could register their names in the post offices for the forthcoming mock All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) to be organised by the Apekshaa Organisation of National Institute of Technology (NIT) here on January 14.

This had been done to facilitate students residing at various places to get their names registered without having to come to the NIT, Tiruchi.

The aspirants could approach Tiruchi Head Post Office or post offices located at Srirangam, Teppakulam, Woraiyur, Golden Rock, Airport, Tiruchi Fort, Ramji Nagar, Industrial colony, Melakalkandarkottai, Edamalaipattipudur, Tiruverumbur, Boiler Project, NIT, Ordnance Factory, Thennur, Thillai Nagar, Pappakurichi Kattur, Jamal Mohamed College, K.K.Nagar, Thuvakudimalai, Khajanagar, Bharathidasan University, HAPP, Annanagar, Lalgudi, Tiruvanaikoil, Thanjavur Head Office, Vallam Sub Office, Thanjavur West, RSG College Sub Office and Thanjavur Medical College. Candidates can register their names by paying Rs.100 as fee for appearing for the examination. Hall permits will be issued on the spot at the above post offices at the time of registration. Examination venue will be announced by the sponsors.

The last date for registration is January 11. Aspirants could contact the student coordinator Prasanth 90952-45114, a press release from the Postmaster General, Central Region, Tiruchi, Bahadur Singh, said.


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NIT-T's mock AIEEE on Jan.14

The Apekshaa Club of National Institute of Technology–Tiruchi (NIT-T), a social service organisation, has announced conduct of mock AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance Examination) for higher secondary students in and around Tiruchi and Thanjavur district on January 14.

According to the organisation, the mock test, also planned in Tirunelveli and Namakkal districts, will equip students to get prepared for the actual AIEEE, giving them an idea of the pattern, based on last year's exam. Following the test, aspirants will be given tips and guidance on cracking the highly competitive exam by top rankers of AIEEE in NIT-T. A senior professor will hold a career counselling session, to enable the students to determine their scope for gaining entry into different courses in engineering.

For students Tiruchi and Thanjavur districts, the mock test will be conducted at the NIT-T campus from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

The counselling session will be between 3.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. The answer key will be given immediately after the exam, and the results consisting of scores, overall rank and category rank will be announced in the following week. Toppers are to be awarded with AIEEE preparation materials.

The programme, according to a communication from Apekshaa Club, aims at creating an ambition in the minds of students for joining the much sought after NITs and other reputed institutions that admit students based on AIEEE score. The mock test is envisaged to enable students analyse their standards and prepare accordingly for the actual exam three months later, according to staff advisor and professor R.Murugesan, .

Application forms for the mock AIEEE were available at NIT-T campus and all major post offices in the two districts, besides P.R. and Sons book store at Chathiram Bus Stand.

The application forms costing Rs.100 each will be sold on first-come-first-serve basis. Forms have also been provided to select schools for the convenience of students, the communication said.

For more details, students can contact the overall coordinator Prasanth (9095245114) or organiser Balaji (9566233890), from 6.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.


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