Kerala MCA (Master of Computer Applications) Entrance Examination 2011 Online Application Details www.cee.kerala.gov.in
The Commissioner of Entrance Examination Kerala invited APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS [MCA] COURSES 2011-2012, KERALA. Online Application form and other will be available at www.cee.kerala.gov.in
Master of Computer Applications (MCA) is a Programme of three years duration consisting of six semesters. This course is intended to train graduates in Engineering, Science or Commerce with Mathematics as one of the subjects in development and use of software for different applications. The major thrust is on giving the students a sound background in computing, business functions and Mathematics relevant to Information Technology.
To apply online you must upload a passport size photo in jpg or gif format less than 50 kb of size. The photo should be in jpg or gif format and dimensions of 150 pixels (Width) X 200 pixels (Height). The face of the Candidates should be distinctly visible, straight and at the centre. The photo uploaded here should be used in the printed form.
CATEGORISATION OF SEATS:
The seats available are mainly categorized as Government, Management and Lapsed seats.
(a) Government seats are those seats against which allotment will be made by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE) based on the rank list published by him.
(b) Management seats are those seats set apart in Aided / Self financing institutions to be filled up by the Management concerned on the basis of the Supreme Court direction and Government Orders in this behalf.
(c) Lapsed seats are those seats that may be filled up by the institution itself when the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations intimates that he would not be allotting any more candidates against such seats.
The fee structure in the above categories of seats will be announced before the allotment process.
(a) No fees will be refunded after the last date of closing of admission.
(b) The claim for refund should be made within thirty days from the last date of closing of admissions.
(c) If any candidate discontinues/leaves the institution after the closing of admissions in the same year or in subsequent years to join other courses or for other purpose he/she is liable to pay liquidated damage of Rs.30000/-(Rs, Thirty thousand only). Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OEC are exempted from payment of such liquidated damage.
(d) Institutional transfers in the second year will be done by the Universities concerned and for such transfers the candidates are exempted from payment of liquidated damages.
ELIGIBILTY FOR ADMISSION:
(a) Nativity: The candidates must be Indian Citizens. Certificate from a Village Officer or a competent authority to show that the candidate is a native of any State or Union Territory of India should be furnished in the body of the application form itself.
(b) Academic Eligibility:
1. Colleges affiliated MAHATMA GANDHI UNIVERSITY and KANNUR UNIVERSITY
A pass in any recognized regular Bachelor’s Degree course of minimum three years duration in any discipline with Mathematics at 10+2 level.
A pass in any recognized Regular Bachelors Degree course of minimum three years duration in any discipline with Mathematics/Statistics as one of the Subjects
A pass in BCA Degree of minimum three years duration from a recognized University
2. Colleges affiliated to UNIVERSITY of KERALA
Candidates should have passed Bachelors Degree of minimum three years duration after 10+2 level with a minimum of 50% marks in the subject component(s) in any discipline with Mathematics/Statistics/ComputerScience/ComputerApplication/Engineering and Technology as a Main/Subsidiary/Core subject.
3. Colleges affiliated to UNIVERSITY of CALICUT
Bachelors Degree in any discipline of 3 year duration with mathematics (this does not include Business Mathematics or Business Statistics) as one of the subjects with at least 50% marks scored in mathematics and the course undergone under the regular programme recognized by the Calicut University. 5% of relaxation in marks will be allowed in the case of SEBC candidates and for SC/ST candidates pass in examination is required.
1. Candidate seeking admission to the course should be qualified from any University in Kerala or of any other Universities, recognized by any of the Universities in Kerala as equivalent thereto.
2. Final year regular Bachelor’s Degree students are also permitted to appear for the Entrance Examination subject to the condition that the entire mark lists of all parts of the qualifying examination shall be produced by the candidate at the time of allotment.
HOW TO APPLY:
Application forms for appearing in the Entrance Examination - Candidates seeking admission to the course can apply online through the website www.cee-kerala.org of the commissioner for Entrance Examinations. There will be separate link for General, SEBC, (Socially and Educationally Backward Community) and SC/ST candidates. Application fee for General Candidates and SEBC candidate is Rs.800/- (Eight hundred only )and in the case of SC/ST candidates and those eligible for SC/ST benefits as per G.O. (MS) No.25/05/SCSTDD dated 22.06.2005 is. Rs.400/- (Four Hundred only). The required fee can be remitted at a designated bank using the Bank Chalan which is available in the Online application print out.
Application fee once remitted will not be refunded at any cost. The prospectus can be downloaded from the website. The application forms and the prospectus will not be available from the colleges and from the office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations.
All candidates should take a printout of the application and submit to the Commissioner for entrance Examinations with all necessary documents on or before the last date specified.
Entrance examination will be conducted by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations for the selection of candidates for admission to MCA Course. All candidates who are eligible for admission will be allowed to appear for the Entrance Examination. The Entrance Examination will be of 2 hours duration and will be conducted at Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam and Kozhikode.
a) The question for the Entrance Examination will cover Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Chemistry, General Knowledge, General English and Fundamentals of Computer awareness at Graduate level. The number of questions from each of the above areas will be 20 except the last. For fundamentals of Computer Awareness, there will be 30 questions.
b) Answer sheets (OMR Answer sheets) will be given to mark the answers. All entries in the OMR Answer sheet including the filling of bubbles should be done by using ball point pen only (blue or black)
c) All questions will be of objective type and will be given in the format of a Question Booklet. Each answer with correct response shall be awarded three marks. One mark 8 will be deducted for each incorrect response and zero mark for the questions not answered. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect response and will be given negative marks.
d) The Question Booklet issued to candidates should be returned along with the OMR Answer Sheet to the Invigilator on completion of the Examination.
e) In the case of tie in the total marks in the Entrance Examination, the candidates scoring higher marks in the section 'Fundamentals of Computer Awareness' in the Entrance Examination will be placed higher in the rank. If the tie still exists, the candidate having higher age will be given preference.
f) Publication of Results- The rank list for admission to the course will be published on the basis of the total marks secured by the candidates for the Entrance Examination.
g) Publication of Category Lists- Separate category–wise lists will be published for SEBC/SC/ST Reservation and Person with Disability. Candidates are advised to verify the category list published by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations and satisfy themselves regarding their position in the list. If candidates have any complaint in this regard he/she may approach the Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations within notified time after publication of the category list, for necessary action. Complaints received thereafter will not be entertained.
Warning: Any malpractice or attempt to commit any kind of malpractice in the examination will result in the summary disqualification of the candidate.
Kerala MCA Entrance Examination
Kerala MCA entrance exam is conducted for the selection of qualified candidates in the University of Kerala Master of Computer Applications Programme. The period of the course is 3 years. The course is proposed to train the students in subjects involving development and use of software for different applications. Those who clear the exam will be admitted in institution after a personal interview. The University of Kerala MCA program is also recognized by AICTE.
Structure and Pattern of the Kerala MCA entrance exam
The entrance exam comprises of 150 Objective Type Questions. The candidates should be well versed in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Statistics in the graduate level. In addition, the candidates should have comprehensive knowledge in General English, General Knowledge, and Fundamentals of Computer awareness. Usually, the entrance test is conducted at Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam and Calicut.
Qualification Criteria for Kerala MCA entrance exam
There are some criteria which need to be fulfilled to appear for the entrance exam. The candidate should be a graduate from a recognized University in any discipline. Also, he needs to have acquired 50% in the core subjects. In addition, the candidate should have learned Mathematics in +2 level or in graduation. Those who have passed the 3 year BCA Degree from a recognized University is also eligible for applying for the entrance test. The aspirants who are appearing the final year of qualifying examination can also apply for the test.
Application Procedure for Kerala MCA entrance exam
The candidates can apply online and offline for the entrance exam. For applying online, the candidates, who are inhabitants of Kerala, can remit the exam fees by the way of Challan from any SBT branch. The non – residents can pay the fees by taking a DD from any nationalized banks in favor of Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, Thiruvananthapuram. With the Challan / DD number, the candidates can apply online in the University’s Official website. Those who are applying offline can receive the application form directly in person.
Official Information on Kerala MCA entrance exam
Website of Kerala MCA entrance exam
- Address: Kerala Entrance Examinations, Office of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, Housing Board Buildings, Santhi Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram – 695001
- Phone: 0471-2332120, 2338487
- Fax: 0471-2337228
Click on the Apply On-line Link. It takes you to another page in
which you need to do the following:-
Examination Center :- Click on the box next to the ‘Centre of
Examination’ where a list is available. Select any one of it.
Upload Your Photo – Click on the browse button and Upload
your photograph. Photograph should be a GIF file or JPG file with
size less than 50 Kb.
After completing the above Click on the Continue button to
complete the application form & taking the print-out.
When you Click the Continue button, Application form will be
available to you. Fill the fields care fully. Please follow the
1. For giving the name, move mouse pointer to the box provided
and click on it. Type the Name in Capital letters with only
alphabets and space.
2. Move mouse pointer to the arrow in the ‘select box’ next to
label ‘Sex’. Click on it, will display the available values. Move
Mouse pointer to the required value and Click.
3. For giving the Land Number Move Mouse pointer to the box
provided for STD Code and type the STD Code then move to
next box and type the Land Phone Number. For Mobile, also
move pointer to the mobile box and click. Then Type the
4. You can select the Date of Birth by clicking the button on the
right side of the box. You can also type the Date of Birth in the
corresponding box. The date should be in dd/mm/yyyy format.
5. Postal address has to be filled in 5 boxes provided for the
purpose. You must enter the PIN code. Each box can be filled
by moving the mouse pointer to the box and Click.
6. E-mail id to be filled in the box by clicking on it. Only Valid Email
id characters will be allowed.
7. Click on the radio button provided to enter your nativity.
8. Enter name of parent / guardian and his / her occupation in
the corresponding text boxes.
9. Enter name of mother on the next text box.
10. Then click on the combo box to select the category and enter
the community name on the nearby text box.
11. Click on the radio button provided to enter if you are an OEC
candidate. If yes, enter the community name on near by text
12. Click on the radio button provided to enter if you are son or
daughter of an inter-caste marriage couple. If you click on
‘YES’, there appear four text boxes which is religion and
community of father and mother which are mandatory.
13. Click on the radio button provided to enter if you are a PWD
14. Click on the Qualifying Examination Box and type the
Examination Name, Click on the Subject Box and Type the
Subject of Qualifying Exam. Click on the status combo box to
enter type exam status. Click on the Register No. box to enter
register no of Qualifying Examination .Click on the Year box
and type the Year of appearance Qualifying
Examination(Only Valid month/year).
15. Click on the Name of University Box and type the Name of
the University from which you passed the Qualifying Exam.
16. Click on the check boxes situated near Academic Eligibility
to enter the eligibility.
Please Check the details filled. If found Ok, Please Click on the
box near to I Agree and type the code shown in the box in the
empty box shown. Please make sure that all the items marked with
“ * ” are compulsory and must be filled.
Click on the Submit button to submit the application form. If any
information is missing or anything to be modified those items will
be displayed in red colour. Those items need to be
modified/entered and submit the form again by click on the
Submit button. Once every thing is successful, it takes you to
another page for the confirmation of submit. Once the confirmation
Application Number will be displayed – Please note down the
Link will be appeared for printing the application form. Application
form can be printed by click on the links. Please make sure that all
the forms are printed. One Chlan form also will be printed, which is
to be submitted in the bank for the payment of fees. Fee can be
paid in any one of the SBT branches listed.
Before Sending the application form by post to office of the
CEE do the following.
(1) Affix the photo graph on the application form
(2) Fill the receipt number in the form
(3) Put the signature on the form
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KERALA STATE ELIGIBILITY TEST - SET 2011 Examination for Eligibility for Higher Secondary School Teachers and Non-Vocational Teachers in VHSE www.lbskerala.com
The Government of Kerala have decided to conduct the State Eligibility Test for the candidates to
be selected as Higher Secondary School Teachers and Non-Vocational Teachers in VHSE. A pass in the State Eligibility Test (SET) is stipulated as a mandatory requirement for appointment as Higher Secondary School Teachers in the State as per the Special Rules in force, in order to ensure the standards of teaching in Higher Secondary Course. The Kerala Government have entrusted the Director, LBS Centre for Science and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, the conduct of the SET 2011 on the basis of the syllabus approved by the Board of Examinations (for the conduct of State Eligibility Test.)
SET Online Registration starts from 18/07/2011 by LBS Centre for Science and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India.
Exam and other Details
Test Scheme: There shall be two papers for the SET 2011.
Paper I: Paper I is common for all candidates. It consists of two parts. Part (A) is General Knowledge and Part (B) is Aptitude in Teaching.
Paper II: Paper II shall be a test based on the subject of specialisation of the candidate at the Post Graduate (PG) Level.
SET Subjects : There shall be 37 subjects for the Paper 2 of SET as listed.
6. Computer Science/ Information Technology
11. Gandhian Studies
17. Home Science
18. Islamic History
27. Political Science
31. Social Work
Test Duration: The duration of the Test shall be 120 minutes for each paper.
Number of questions and marks:
Paper I : There shall be 120 questions for Paper I with 60 questions each for Part A and Part B. Each question shall carry 1 mark.
Paper II : There shall be 120 questions carrying one mark each for the subjects under Paper II except for Mathematics and Statistics. For Mathematics/Statistics there shall be only 80 questions carrying 1.5 marks each. The questions of both the papers shall be objective in nature and based on single response, ie; for each question four suggested responses (A, B, C, D) will be given of which only one will be the most appropriate answer and the candidates will have to select and mark their response in the appropriate space provided in the OMR Answer Sheets.
For each correct response the candidates will be awarded 1 mark in both the Papers except for Mathematics and Statistics for which each correct response will be awarded 1.5 marks. Marking more than one response against a question shall be deemed as incorrect answer. For every incorrect answer 1/4th of the mark assigned to the correct answer to that question shall be deducted from the total marks secured by the candidate for the Paper concerned.
Note: Detailed instructions for marking the OMR Sheets will be issued separately.
Requirement for Pass: To pass the State Eligibility Test, a candidate shall score
i) at least 35 percent of marks for Paper I and Paper II separately and
ii) at least 50 percent of the aggregate marks of Paper I and Paper II
In computing marks fraction shall be rounded off to the first two decimal places in the calculation of aggregate percentage of marks only. No rounding off of marks shall be made for calculating the pass percentage for Paper I and Paper II separately.
Syllabus: The syllabus prescribed for the Test will be based on the core areas in the syllabi in the concerned subjects followed by the Universities in Kerala.
The approved syllabi of the subjects concerned for SET-2011 is available in the official website of the LBS Centre.
Eligibility: 1. Those who have acquired Masters Degree in the concerned subject in II Class with not less than 50% marks and B.Ed. Degree in any discipline from any one of the Universities in Kerala or have acquired these qualifications from any other University recognized as equivalent thereto are eligible to apply for the SET 2011 with certain exceptions as mentioned in the following paragraphs.
2. For Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology, those having Second Class MSc.Ed Degree in the concerned subject with not less than 50% marks from one of the Regional Institutes of Education sponsored by NCERT will be eligible to apply. For Botany and Zoology, those having Second Class MSc.Ed Degree in Life Science (with not less than 50% marks) from one of the Regional Institutes of Education are also eligible.
3. For the subjects Anthropology, Commerce, Computer Science/Information Technology, Electronics, French, Gandhian Studies, Geology, German, Home Science, Journalism, Latin, Music, Russian, Social Work, Sociology, Statistics, Syriac, Philosophy and Psychology, candidates need not acquire B.Ed. Degree for appearing for the State Eligibility Test.
4. Those who have acquired II class Masters Degree in Communicative English with not less than 50% marks and BEd. are eligible to appear for SET in English.
5. Candidates who have acquired Diploma in Hindi Teaching, but do not have B.Ed. Degree, are eligible to apply for SET in accordance with the exemption clause provided in the Special Rules.
6. Candidates who have acquired B.Ed Degree in Hindi conducted by the Dakshin Bharatha Hindi Prachar Sabha are exempted from the requirement of producing the equivalency certificate, as the degree has been recognized by the Universities in Kerala.
7. Candidates who have acquired their qualification through Correspondence Course / Open Universities which are not recognized by any one of the Universities in Kerala are not eligible to appear for the SET. Candidates who have acquired their qualifications through recognized correspondence courses/Open universities should obtain and furnish certificates of recognition and equivalency from any one of the Universities in Kerala.
8. Candidates admitted in the year 2010 for B.Ed. courses will be permitted to appear for the State Eligibility Test 2011. Candidates appearing for Post Graduate final year / Final semester Examinations in the academic year 2010-2011 will also be permitted to appear for SET 2011 if they already have a B.Ed Degree. SET certificates of such candidates will be issued only if they qualify the PG/B.Ed examinations in that chance itself. The B.Ed candidates shall produce the pass certificates and PG candidates shall produce both the pass certificates and mark lists for proving their eligibility after qualifying the SET-2011. Candidates appearing simultanenously for PG and B.Ed. final examinations are not eligible to appear for SET-2011 under this provision.
9. For the subject Latin, candidates who have passed their degree examination in any discipline from any one of the Universities in Kerala or from any other University recognized as equivalent thereto with Latin as their Second Language under Part II with not less than 50% marks for that Part II are also eligible to appear for SET, provided such candidates have acquired II Class Masters Degree with not less than 50 % marks in any discipline.
Relaxation of Minimum marks for SC/ ST Candidates: Candidates belonging to SC/ST categories shall be granted a relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum marks prescribed for the eligibility to appear for the State Eligibility Test. However the minimum requirement of a pass in second class for the qualifying examination, shall not be applicable.
Age Limit: No age limit is prescribed for candidates appearing for the SET.
Mode of Registration for SET-2011 : Candidates intending to register for the State Eligibility Test are required to pay the fee for the Test in advance to obtain the prescribed Application form and Prospectus. The fee shall be Rs.500 for general candidates and Rs.250 for SC/ST candidates.
Mode of Remitting fee: The fee for the test can be remitted in any selected office or branch of a service provider to be notified later. Copy of the Prospectus and application form shall be issu
ed to all candidates who remit the prescribed fee. SC/ST candidates should produce a copy of the Community Certificate to get the prospectus and application form for Rs.250/-. Fee once remitted shall not be refunded. Application forms are not available by post to the candidates residing in Kerala.
Candidates residing outside the State of Kerala can request for the application form and prospectus by post.In such cases the mode of payment of fee shall be only be through Demand Draft (Rs.550/- for general category candidates and Rs.300/- for SC/ ST candidates) drawn from any one of the nationalised banks in India in favour of the Director, LBS Centre for Science & Technology payable at Thiruvananthapuram. Re- quest for the application forms by post along with the Demand Draft and a self addressed envelope of size 31 cm X 25 cm should reach the office of the Director, LBS Centre at least 10 days before the closing date fixed for registration for SET-2011.
MODE OF SENDING THE APPLICATIONS: After completion of step 1, the application form obtained along with the prospectus shall be duly filled in, affixed with a recent passport size photograph of the candidate (no attestation required) and sent to the Director, LBS Centre for Science and Technology, Extra Police Road, Nandavanam, Palayam, Thiruvananthapuram by registered post or can be handed over in person at the LBS Headquarters (address given above) so as to reach his office before the last date fixed for submission of applications.
Test Centres: There will be Test Centres at all the District Head Quarters in the State (District and District Code are given below). A candidate can select a District Head Quarter as Test Centre . Change of District Centre once selected will not be allowed under any circumstances. The Venue will be allotted by the Director, LBS Centre for Science & Technology, Thiruvananthapuram which will be intimated to the candidates in due course when Admit Cards are released online.
Codes and Districts:1. Thiruvananthapuram
For more details and online registration please Visit
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Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple, located in Trivandrum, is an architectural wonder and a magnificent temple. The massive structure has a staggering 100 feet high "Gopuram", the main temple tower. It is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, one of the Gods of the Hindu trinity of Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu. The massive idol of the deity measures 18 feet in length and is covered with gold and other precious stones.
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In late June 2011, a review of the temple's underground vaults was undertaken by a seven-member panel appointed by the Supreme Court of India to generate an inventory, leading to the discovery of a vast hidden collection. Estimates suggest that the temple could be the richest in the world; unofficial estimates on the sixth day of the inventory placed the value of contents at close to 100,000 crore (US$22.3 billion).
The riches come from the donations that were made by the Royal family and traders, who used to come from other parts of the country and abroad, as offerings to the deity, and were sealed within the thick stone walls and vaults of the temple for over a millennium. Zee news reported that the value of the Ancient offerings made to the lord Padmanabhaswamy may be in excess of 500000 crore ( USD$ 100 Billion). The temple is now considered wealthier than the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh – by official records considered to be the richest shrine in India
The temple that houses a sleeping idol of Lord Vishnu is the richest temple in the world. Treasure worth Rs 100,000 crore was recently found in secret chambers on temple land. Golden crowns, 17 kg of gold coins, 18 ft long golden necklace weighing 2.5 kg, gold ropes, sack full of diamonds, thousands of pieces of antique jewellery, and golden vessels were some of the treasures unearthed during the weekend.
Belief about Padmanabhaswamy Temple
LegendThere are many legends regarding the origin of the temple. One such legend says that Vilvamangalathu Swamiyar alias Divakara Muni prayed to Krishna for his darshan. Krishna came in disguise as a small, mischievous boy. The boy swallowed the Saligrama which was kept in Puja. The Sage became enraged at this and chased the boy until the boy hid himself behind a tree. The tree fell down and became Vishnu in Anantha Shayanam (reclining posture on Anantha the serpent) – but when he did so, he was of an extraordinarily large size. The Sage, recognizing that the tree was Vishnu, pleaded that because of the huge form the lord had manifested before him he could not either have a mind fulfilling darshan or circumambulate him. He then asked the Lord to shrink to a smaller proportion – thrice the length of his staff. Immediately, the Lord Vishnu shrunk himself, and told the sage that he should be worshipped through three doors. These doors are now the doors in the temple through which the idol may be viewed. Through the first door, the worship is offered to Shiva; through the second entrance to Brahma on the Lord's lotus navel, and through the third is Vishnu's feet, which are said to lead to salvation.
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