Showing posts from March, 2013

India First Foundation School Karjat admissions 2013

The India First Foundation School (IFFS) is an ICSE affiliated co-ed school. This residential school is located in Karjat, Maharashtra. Students of Std. I to Std. X follow the ICSE Board syllabus. At the Std. XI level, students can opt for science and commerce streams.

National Board of Examination DNB Final Exam June 2013 application

The National Board of Examinations (NBE) will be conducting the DNB-Final examinations on 8th and 9th June 2013.

AIIMS entrance exams dates schedule for B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Biotech courses 2013

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) invites applications from eligible candidates for admission to M.Sc./M.Biotechnology and B.Sc. courses for the session starting in August 2013.

Bombay Natural History Society insect entomology course

The Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) is offering a basic program in insect entomology called Basic Course in Entomology (BCE 100). It is a revised online course of the previous correspondence course conducted by BNHS. This course is ideal for postgraduate students who wish to undertake wildlife research or for those who wish to develop an expertise in insect studies.

Good Shepherd International School Ooty recruitment of teachers, sports coaches & staff

Good Shepherd International school, Ootacamund, Tamil Nadu, invites applications from eligible candidates for the positions of teaching staff. The vacancies are for ISC, ICSE, Cambridge primary & secondary sections, IGCSE, IBDP & for co-curricular programs. Candidates should have the requisite qualified degrees and qualifications (not correspondence degrees or qualifications). There are also vacancies for school staff positions.

IHMCTAN Mumbai recruitment of Principal

The Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology & Applied Nutrition IHMCTAN), popularly known as Dadar Catering College, invites applications from eligible candidates for the post of Principal.

How to become a mobile app developer in India

As everybody knows, smartphones (rarely will anybody use the words mobile phone and cell phone now!) are hot-selling products. Obviously, with the way consumers thronging showrooms and expos associated with such talk devices. Talk device? Not really. People seem to use their smartphones rarely for the reason it was first popular, namely calling up people. It is now more of a device for texting messages and browsing the Net. And oh, yes ~ let's not forget that all-important function: using it for apps. This one functionality of the smartphone has created an entire market, not to mention generating employment for those associated with creating, designing and marketing the apps. It is not just apps for games and music, but also for investments, sales, matrimony, etc. There is thus a lucrative career for anybody aiming to become a developer in mobile applications.