Scottish Championship Hibernian FC holding midfielder, Marvin Bartley, says he can bring stability and balance to the Jamaica national senior men’s team in their pursuit of a spot at the FIFA 2018 World Cup Finals in Russia.”As a holding midfielder, I can bring stability and balance into the centre of the park, allowing more attack-minded midfielders to do their business – although I’m not too shy in getting involved in an attack,” Bartley, who transferred from Leyton Orient FC in England to Hibernian in Scotland last summer, told The Gleaner.”I am also fit and athletic enough to cover a lot of ground in a game, allowing me to provide cover for fullbacks that like to push forward. But, I do believe that talk is cheap, and I’m more than happy for those watching to decide what I bring to the team should I receive a call-up,” he added.”With my current form being good and my fitness level high, I am more than ready to pull on the gold jersey and play for my family’s country,” Bartley assured.Born in Reading, EnglandThe 6″ 3′ (1.9m) player was born in Reading, England, but has Jamaican roots with his mother born in St Ann and father from Manchester.”I have had my Jamaican passport since 2012 and have been available to represent Jamaica ever since. It has long been an ambition of mine to play for the country, ever since I started my career as a footballer. I’ve had conversations on a few occasions since then, but due to me not feeling I was in the best form possible or being injured I’ve yet to represent Jamaica. But this is something I hope will change in the not too distant future as I feel in prime condition and believe I am playing well,” Bartley said confidently.”I’ve followed the national team’s results ever since being a young boy due to my family all being from the country. This interest was obviously taken up a notch or 10 due to the ’98 World Cup team. Even last year I found myself watching how the side got on in the Gold Cup as they reached the final, which was particularly impressive considering they had also competed in the Copa America earlier that summer too,” the 29-year-old reflected.Bartley says he visits Jamaica regularly and was here less than a year ago.”This has only helped to strengthen my desire to compete at international level for the Jamaican national team,” he emphasised.Bartley is yet to score for Hibs in 19 appearances in all competitions this season. He also represented Bumham, Hayes, Didcol Town, Hampton and Richmond Borough, Bournemouth and Burnley.
…cites too many “political actors” in Local Govt adminFollowing the many conflicts within the municipality of the City of Georgetown, President of the Guyana Association of Municipalities (GAM), Carwyn Holland, is urging the Mayor and City Councillors (M&CC) to get their act together and win back the trust of their constituents.“If there is a negative vibe coming from the capital city, you have that same negative vibe being responded to by people in other constituencies or municipalities. They will feel threatened and they will want to guard against that, then the position of trust will be undermined for their local representatives and then it becomes difficult. So, I am only praying that sooner than later all the CouncillorsGAM President Carwyn Hollandof the Georgetown Municipality can come together and work in harmony and focus on the greater good,” Holland said during an interview.Holland, who is also the outgoing Mayor of Linden, noted that they are all cognisant of the responsibilities of the M&CC of Georgetown but also explained that they need to put personalities aside and start taking back control of the capital city.In response to the fiasco during the recent Mayor and Deputy Mayor elections, Holland said it is his belief that Councillors should not be made to tow party lines, rather they should exercise their own judgement for the betterment of their constituencies.“What I find affecting the system is when parties take charge and give directions as to how things should go and there is where it will be infringing on the rights and freedoms of the local authority or the Local Government Organs where persons have to follow party line and party instructions,” he noted.“Too many political actors”Holland said GAM has taken note of the amount of “political actors” within the Local Government administration, indicating that it is a cause for concern. He explained because of the political atmosphere, technocrats are no longer technocrats in the truest sense since they now feel the need to pledge loyalty to a political party.He further related that this affects the service delivery to the constituents often resulting in conflicts within the municipalities.“So, persons feel even if it affects the community once it’s in line with their political preference they have to go that is wrong, that is how you are having a lot of conflicts within municipalities where administrators are making political divisionsGeorgetown Mayor Patricia Chase Greenand taking political stance and that shouldn’t be,” he noted.“The reason why you hire administrators is to provide a service. So, if their service is not to community, their service is to party then I have a problem with that, I have a serious problem with that. That is playing out in many municipalities right now and its affecting the system because you can make decisions from now till forever, once those who have to carry out the decision are not carrying their weight, once they are not putting aside politics and focusing only on providing that service to communities, I believe we will always have problems in the system,” Holland explained.Holland posited it is not surprising that the Local Government system is plagued by so many issues since local democracy was absent for a number of years. He noted that because of that lapse, the system remains a work in progress.“We have a revisit of the (Municipal Districts and Councils Act Chapter) 28:01. We are calling for it from the GAM level, several mayors have been calling for 28:01 to be updated because there are several aspects of it which are conflicting and there are also several aspects of the laws which are outdated and there are also several aspects which needs better clarification,” he noted.The GAM President said there is a need for greater public awareness so that citizens can understand the system. He added that GAM will be embarking on public education campaigns within the various municipalities.
George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo sent K’Ogalo ahead with the quickest goal, nodding lowly past Tanzanian goalkeeper Rostad Jehu who parried the ball inside the near right side of the post.This is after the Kenyan winger received a well measured cross from Samuel Onyango.Jacques Tuyisenge added the second goal after shooting from cross range after an indirect free-kick inside the box following a school boy blunder from the Tanzanian custodian who handled the ball immediately after releasing it.However, 14 minutes into the second half, Tanzania pulled one back after Gor keeper Boniface Oluoch parried the ball at his near left foot following a well taken 30 yards free-kick.Deus Kaseke found the back of the net when he rushed to connect the rebound after Oluoch spilled it.Gor regained he lead after five minutes thanks to skipper Harun Shakava who easily tapped the ball home after the Yanga defense failed to clear the corner kick.Oluoch was at it again, this time with a careless mistake that gifted Yanga a second goal in the 81st minute after he failed to handle the ball that fell in front of him for substitute Abdalla Shaibu to put the ball in between Oluoch’s leg and pull one back for the Tanzanians.Gor were able to hold on and pick the crucial three points that shoot them temporarily on top of the Group D standing with eight points, awaiting the USM Alger versus Rayon Sports encounter.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gor team posing for photo.PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, July 29 – Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia inched closer to making historic milestone in reaching the CAF Confederation Cup quarter-finals after picking a crucial 3-2 victory away to Yong Africans (Yanga) of Tanzania in a match hosted at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam on Sunday.This comes a week after Gor won 4-0 at home when the two sides last met at the Kasarani Stadium to see the Tanzanian champions languish at the bottom of the log with just a single point.
A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Related Posts Tags:#social networks#twitter#web If you fully realize the value of social media, then you’re constantly trying to parse, scrub, clean and otherwise organize your Twitter account. It’s a never-ending battle and often a steep, uphill one at that, but Tweepi can shift your effort into high gear – the geeky way.Tweepi lets you know right off the bat that it may not be pretty and, as its tag line says, it’s still “very much a beta”, but boy does it do everything we have spent way too much time trying to do with other desktop clients and the Twitter website itself.The “geekier, faster way to manage Twitter”, as it calls itself, offers four separate utilities, all of them “geeky”: Follow, Flush, Reciprocate and Cleanup.We tried out the Seesmic Web contact manager recently, and while we were impressed by it, Tweepi might win just by the sheer number of times the word “geeky” appears on the site. Tweepi is like taking all of your Twitter friends, importing them and a whole slew of stats about how they use Twitter into Excel, and then incorporating interactivity. We may not agree with all of the functions of Tweepi, but to each their own. Flush, for example, gets rid of users you follow who don’t follow you back. Depending on what you’re using Twitter for, this may be useless. If you’re looking for information, not conversation, then don’t bother. Reciprocate, on the other hand, “helps you find all the users that follow you, but you do not follow back” and can help you make sure you don’t fall on the other end of that Flush utility. The two functions that really caught our attention, however, are Cleanup and Follow. Cleanup will show you all of the people you follow and let you sort through them by any number of criteria, from their link-to-tweet ratio to the last time they tweeted. In all, it offers 16 separate columns that you can toggle on your view.Tweepi also gives you a set of preset targets to organize user lists. You can find “Twitterers who discuss much”, which compares the number of messages they receive with replies they send, or “Avoid linkless ramblings”, which sorts people you follow according to their link-to-Tweet ratio. If you’re nearing the follow limit, you can clear out inactive users or if you’re looking to get the word out there, you can look for people with “Higher reach or influence”.The Follow feature lets you enter a username and look at all the people following that user, again with all of the sorting capabilities we just mentioned. So, if I’m looking for other people who are interested in cycling in Austin, for example, I might put in @mellowjohnnys, the Twitter account for Lance Armstrong’s local bike shop, and see who else is following them. It’s a different take on the usual process, which more often lets you look at who a particular user is following rather than who is following them.Since it’s still in beta, we’re actually hoping that the Follow feature gets flipped around the other way too, at some point. @RWW, for example, has over a million followers. It is only following 1,486, however. We’d much rather look at who an account like that one is following than who is following it. If you’ll excuse us, we have some cleaning up to do. mike melanson
UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension Read Next “I think in running I really pulled away,” said the 25-year-old Mangrobang, a former fashion design student who is now full-time triathlete.She clocked 2:11:14, while Adorna, the 2015 champion, finished in 2:18:58. Adorna is reportedly nursing a injury but her time was enough to beat out Irene Chong of Malaysia who timed 2:25:44. MOST READ Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding SEA Games: PH’s Alisson Perticheto tops ice skating short program PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games PLAY LIST 03:07PH billiards team upbeat about gold medal chances in SEA Games05:25PH boxing team determined to deliver gold medals for PH02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games00:50Trending Articles01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students03:04Filipino athletes share their expectations for 2019 SEA Games00:45Onyok Velasco see bright future for PH boxing in Olympics02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief LATEST STORIES Belga keeps his emotions in check, helps Rain or Shine win over TNT Huelgas, the 2015 edition champion, trailed for a few seconds Clement Cheng Ren of Singapore who was first out of water. Chicano was full minute behind them.But by the cycling and running phase, the two Filipino male runners were all by themselves around Water Sports Center in Presint 6 in Putrajaya.READ: PH bets also snatch gold, silver in women’s triathlonHuelgas finished in one hour, 59 minutes and two seconds, while Chicano turned in a time of 2:01:27. Ren checked in one full minute after Chicano did.The same story in women’s when Mangrobang even overlapped the fourth placer in the running phase which went through four loops.ADVERTISEMENT It was dominating performance by the Philippine team, surpassing its showing Singapore two years ago when Huelgas and Adorna won the gold and Mangrobang silver.READ: Philippines claims gold, silver in men’s triathlonFEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“We came here confident that we can win, because all of this is part of our long-term program that will culminate in the Tokyo 2020,” said Triathlon Association of the Philippines secretary general Tom Carrasco.“If you look at the split times, you will see that they beat the third places by a big margin,” he added. LIST: Class, gov’t work suspensions during 30th SEA Games Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses Nikko Huelgas and John Chicano. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/SEA GAMES POOLKUALA LUMPUR — The Philippines’ overwhelming, propulsive force toward triathlon glory came from a long, painstaking program.Nikko Huelgas and Marion Kim Mangrobang copped the golds in Southeast Asian Games men’s and women’s event Monday while teammates John Leerams Chicano and Ma. Claire Adorna took the silver medals.ADVERTISEMENT View comments
Denver Nuggets guard Emmanuel Mudiay (0) is pressured by Orlando Magic guard Arron Afflalo (4) and Jonathan Isaac (1). APDENVER — Jamal Murray scored a career-high 32 points, Will Barton had 26 points and nine rebounds — both season bests — and the Denver Nuggets beat the Orlando Magic 125-107 on Saturday (Sunday Manila time).Nikola Jokic had 12 points and 17 rebounds for his eighth double-double of the season and also added eight assists for Denver. Six Nuggets scored in double figures.ADVERTISEMENT Murray had 22 points in the first half to help Denver take a 70-47 lead and hit a basket late in the fourth to set his career high.Denver finished its season-long six-game homestand 5-1 and benefited from a shorthanded Magic team. Guards Elfrid Payton and D.J. Augustin didn’t play due to left hamstring injuries, and the Nuggets took advantage of their absence to score 70 points from their backcourt.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutMarreese Speights led the Magic with 19 points. Evan Fournier and Jonathon Simmons scored 18 apiece.The Nuggets took control with a 13-0 run late in the first quarter. Murray scored nine of his 16 points in the period during the run that gave Denver a 35-19 lead. Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Ball youngest to have triple-double but Lakers fall to Bucks Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES MOST READ Read Next Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:48NBA: Kawhi, George seek more for Clippers than beating Lakers01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View comments Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA The Nuggets put it away in the second quarter when Orlando went cold. The Magic had just one field goal for the first 6 minutes of the period when Denver built a 26-point lead.The lead grew to 30 in the third quarter but the Magic battled back to make it a 13-point game but never got closer.TIP-INSMagic: Payton didn’t play to protect against him aggravating the left hamstring that kept him out of eight games this season. “One thing he hasn’t done since he’s been back is playing in a back-to-back,” coach Frank Vogel said. “Traveling, arriving late at night, if he still has some tightness in there this is a concern. It’s not a setback, we’re just being smart with it.” … Augustin missed his fifth consecutive game.Nuggets: G Gary Harris did not play because of a shoulder injury. Coach Michael Malone would not say if Harris would miss more than one game. … Denver’s 70 points in the first half were its most for any half this season.ADVERTISEMENT
AAiming higher: Graduation is the first step to a successful careerAll India Institute of Medical Sciences (Est: 1956) Ansari Nagar, Delhi-29 Tel: 6864851e-mail: coe@-aiims.aiims.ac.in Website: aiims.edu Seats: 50 MBBS, 50 BSc nursing, 131 MD/MS/ MDS/MHA Cut-off: Entrance test *The Mecca of medicine has slipped to No. 2 slot this year.,AAiming higher: Graduation is the first step to a successful careerAll India Institute of Medical Sciences (Est: 1956) Ansari Nagar, Delhi-29 Tel: 6864851e-mail: coe@-aiims.aiims.ac.in Website: aiims.edu Seats: 50 MBBS, 50 BSc nursing, 131 MD/MS/ MDS/MHA Cut-off: Entrance test *The Mecca of medicine has slipped to No. 2 slot this year.A.V. College (Est: 1968) Gaganmahal, Hyderabad-29 Tel: 7637751 e-mail: email@example.com Seats: 60 Arts, 390 Science Cut-off: 60 per centArmed Forces Medical College (Est: 1948) 16 AFMC Road, Pune-40 Tel: 6363301 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 130 Cut-off: Entrance test *Strictly for those committed to the armed forces. Discipline and duty go together.BB.M. College of Commerce (Est: 1943) 845, Shivajinagar, BMCC Road, Pune-4 Tel: 5654943 e-mail: BMCC email@example.com Seats: 480 Cut-off: 76 per cent *Students get the hang of business early with mock stock exchange transactions and GBMs.Badruka College (Est: 1950) Kachiguda Station Road, Hyderabad-27 Tel: 4732832 Seats: BCom 370 Cut-off: 76 *A springboard for accountants. Provides a meeting ground with those who matter.Banaras Hindu University Law College (Est: 1921) Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-5 Tel: 307630 e-mail: deanlaw@satyam. net.in Seats: 250 Cut-off: Entrance test *Besides the degree course, it offers diploma options too.Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College (Est: 1990) 91/2, Dr A.N. Krishna Rao Road, V.V. Puram, Bangalore-4 Tel: 6615246 e-mail: bhagawan@ vsnl.com Website: jaincollege.ac.in Seats: 400 Science, 430 Commerce Cut-off: 90 per cent *Additional courses like PR and IT liven up BCom.Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Colleges (Est: 1946) Munshi Nagar, Andheri (W), Mumbai-58 Tel: 6232191 e-mail: bhavans@ bom2.vsnl.net.in Seats: 350 Arts, 1,080 Science, 550 Commerce Cut-off: SSC pass Arts, 82 Science, 72 Commerce *Big defines Bhavan’s: 7,000 pupils, a vast campus and 14 associations, including a Ham club.Bethune Collegiate School (Est:1849), 181, Bidhan Sarani, Kolkata-6, Tel: 2411731 e-mail: bethune firstname.lastname@example.org Seats:25 for each subject Cut-off: 55-65 per cent *New courses in the women’s college are Statistics, Hindi and Computer Sciences.Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (Est:1964), Vidya Vihar, Pilani-31, Tel: 7642211 e-mail: admoc @bits-pilani.ac.in Website: bits-pilani.ac Seats: 410 Cut-off: 97 per cent *The 1,000-acre campus in Rajasthan is an oasis of high academic standards.CChrist College (Est: 1969) Hosur Road, Bangalore-29 Tel: 5536280 Fax: 5535863 Website: christcollege.edu Seats: 250 Arts, 130 Science, 300 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 72 Arts, 62 Science, 84 Commerce *Journalism and commerce courses are a major draw.Christian College (Est: 1889) Golaganj, Lucknow Tel: 226958 Seats: 3,000 Cut-off: Entrance test *Exchange programmes with European universities are a plus.Christian Medical College (Est: 1942) Bagayam, Vellore-4 Tel: 222121 Website: home.cmcvellore.ac.in Seats: 60 Cut-off: Entrance test (see main story)City College (Est: 1879) 102/1 Raja Ramohan Sarani, Kolkata-9 Tel: 3501565 e-mail: citycoll @cal3.vsnl.net.in Seats: 50 in each subject Cut-off per cent: 60 Arts, 65 Science *It will be introducing Computer Science, Microbiology and Electronics this year.College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University Campus, S.P. Road, Chennai-25 Tel: 2351126DD.G. Ruparel College (Est: 1952) Senapati Bapat Marg, Mumbai-16 Tel: 4303042 Website: pmsuleruparel.edu Seats: 220 Arts, 300 Science, 330 Commerce Cut-off: Students from its junior college are given preference *It offers a wide range of vocational courses.Daulat Ram College (Est: 1960) 4, Patel Marg, Delhi-7 Tel: 7667863 e-mail: email@example.com Website: daulatramcollege.org Seats: 418 Arts, 130 Science, 122 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 65 Arts, 80 Science, 83 Commerce *A women’s college with a good academic record.Deshbandhu College (Est: 1952) Kalkaji, Delhi-19 Tel: 6439565 Seats: 500 each in Arts, Science, Commerce Cut-off: 55 Arts, 60 Science, 75 Commerce *Has a number of courses to offer, including Sindhi.Dr B.R. Ambedkar College (Est: 1973) Bagh Lingampally, Hyderabad-44 Tel: 7664173 Seats: 211 Arts, 167 Science, 580 Commerce Cut-off: SSC pass *Specially caters to SC, ST and backward sections.EElphinstone College (Est: 1856) 156, M.G. Road, Fort, Mumbai-32 Tel: 2843797 Seats: 120 Arts, 360 Science, 240 Commerce Cut-off: 70 per cent *Has a modest fee structure and a rich heritage.Dr Ambdekar College of Law (Est: 1977) Tilak Road Extension, Wadala, Mumbai-31 Tel: 4182958 Seats: 320 Cut-off: 45 per cent *A three-year evening course leads to an LLB.Ethiraj College for Women (Est: 1948) 27, Ethiraj Salai, Egmore, Chennai-600008 Tel: 8279189 Seats: 135 Arts, 60 Science, 210 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 60 Arts, Science and Commerce 92 *Its trend-setting girls have starred at beauty pageants.FFaculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University (Est: 1920) Aligarh Tel: 700994 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: amu.up.nic.in Seats: 100 Cut-off: Entrance test *An institute of modest beginnings growing in stature.Ferguson College (Est: 1885) Deccan Gymkhana, Pune-4 Tel: 5654212 Seats: 360 Arts, 600 Science Cut-off per cent: 72 Arts, 80 Science *Foreign language courses are among its major pluses.advertisement GGargi College (Est: 1967) Siri Fort Road, Delhi-49 Tel: 6494544 e-mail: hema@ nda.vsnl.net.in Website: gargicollege.freeservers.com Seats: 287 Arts, 185 Science, 155 Commerce Cutoff per cent: 65 Arts, 75 Science and Commerce. *Innovative courses are the hallmark of this women’s college.Goenka College of Commerce (Est: 1904) 210, B.B. Ganguly Street, Kolkota-12 Tel: 2412216 Seats: 60 per subject Cut-off: 60 per cent *Special tutorials help prepare for competitive exams.Government Law College (Est: 1855) A-Road, Churchgate, Mumbai-20 Tel: 2041707 Website: glc.edu Seats: 320 LLB, 160 BA LLB Cut-off: 45 per cent *A stone’s throw from the city courts, it has a placement service too.HSpoilt for choice: With more than 10,000 colleges to pick from, choosing the right one is difficultH.R. College of Commerce and Economics (Est: 1960) 123, Dinshaw Wacha Road, Churchgate, Mumbai-20 Tel: 2876115 e-mail: email@example.com Website: hrcollege.edu Seats: 350 Cut-off: 75 per cent *A trendy college, it has joined forces with the corporate world.Hansraj College (Est: 1948) University of Delhi, Delhi-7 Tel: 7667747 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: hansrajcollege.com Seats: 250 Arts, 360 Science, 135 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 75 Science, 88 Commerce *Assured placements have made its commerce courses popular.Hindu College (Est: 1899) University of Delhi, Delhi-7 Tel: 7667184 e-mail: email@example.com Seats: 210 Arts, 210 Science, 40 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 75 Arts, 80 Science, 90 Commerce *Known for its liberal learning, environment, it boasts a students’ parliament.advertisement IIIT Chennai (Est: 1958) Sardar Patel Road, Chennai-36 Tel: 2578000 Seats: 1,660 Cut-off: Entrance examIIT Delhi (Est: 1961) Hauz Khas, Delhi-16 Tel: 6861977 e-mail: jeechair @admin.iitd.ernet.in Website: iitd.ernet.in/jee Seats: 546 Cut-off: JEE. *Acclaimed for its curriculum and faculty, its techies enjoy a vibrant hostel life.IIT Kanpur (Est: 1960) Kalyanpur, Kanpur email: firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 450 Cut-off: JEE *The institute that housed India’s first super computer continues to lead the rest.IIT Kharagpur (Est: 1950) Kharagpur-2 Tel: 77390 e-mail: jee@hijli. iitkgp.ernet.in Seats: 22-55 in each subject Cut-off: JEE (see main story)IIT Mumbai (Est 1958) Powai, Mumbai-76 Tel: 5722545 e-mail: email@example.com Website: iitb.ac.in Seats: 519 Cut-off: JEE *Flush with funds from ex-students, it opens a school of bio-engineering and sciences this year.IIT Roorkee (Est 1847) Roorkee-67 Tel: 85795 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: iitr.ernet.in Seats: 390 Cut-off: JEE *The first engineering college in Asia, recently got IIT status.ILS Law College (Est: 1924) Law College Road, Pune-4 Tel: 5656775 e-mail: ilslaw@ giaspn01.vsnl.net.in Website: ilslaw.edu Seats: 140 BA LLB, 140 LLB. Cut-off: 71 per centIndian Institute of Management and Commerce (Est: 1973) 6-1-91, Khairatabad, Hyderabad-4 Tel: 3237902 e-mail: email@example.com Seats: 80 BCom, 40 B.Com (Computers) Cut-off: 60 per cent *It offers scholarships sponsored by the alumni.Indraprastha College (Est: 1924) Shamnath Marg, Delhi-54 Tel: 3954085, Website: IPCollege.com Seats: 520 Arts, 80 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 80 Arts, 88 Commerce *The oldest women’s college in Delhi is known for its facilities.Institute of Technology (Est: 1919) Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-5 Tel: 368427 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 1,800 Cut-off: Entrance test *Its USP lies in its placements.Isabella Thoburn College (Est: 1886) Nirala Nagar, Lucknow Tel: 321107 Seats: 2,500 Cut-off: Entrance test *The first girls’ college in Uttar Pradesh, known for discipline.JJadavpur University, (1955) 2 & 3 Raja Subodh Chandra Mullick Road, Kolkata-32, Tel: 414-6495 e-mail: rkbju@hotmail. comWebsite: jadavpur.edu Seats: 264 Arts, 215 Science Cut Off: 60 Arts, 65 Science *Its USP is a range of subjects and top-class facilities.Jai Hind College (Est: 1948) 23, Backbay Reclamation, Churchgate, Mumbai-20 Tel: 2020255 Website: jaihindcollege.com Seats: 240 Arts, 510 Science, 500 Commerce Cutoff per cent: 65 Arts, 84 Science, 75 Commerce *Links with foreign institutions help students study abroad.Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (Est: 1956) Dhanvantari Nagar, Tindivanam Road, Pondicherry Tel: 372901, Website: jipmer.edu Seats: 75 Cut-off: Entrance test *A 912-bed hospital facilitates patient-student interaction.Jesus and Mary College (Est: 1968) Chanakyapuri, Delhi-21 Tel: 6110041 e-mail: email@example.com Seats: 430 Arts, 130 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 87 BCom, 82 Economics *Academics and cultural activities are the pluses.Jyoti Nivas College (Est: 1966) Hosur Road, Bangalore-95 Tel: 5530137 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. net.in Seats: 100 Arts, 180 Science, 160 Commerce Cut-off: 60 per cent. *Sports and cultural activities are also given weightage.KK.J. Somaiya College (Est: 1960) Vidya Nagar, Vidya Vihar East, Mumbai-77 Tel: 5115915 e-mail: email@example.com Website: education.vsnl.com/kjsac Seats: 320 Arts, 920 Commerce *Priority given to its own junior college students.K.P.B. Hinduja College of Commerce (Est: 1974) 315, New Charni Road, Mumbai-54 Tel: 3889408 Seats: 720 Cut-off: 62 per cent *Half the seats are reserved for linguistic minorities.Kamala Nehru College (Est: 1964), August Kranti Marg, Delhi-49 Tel: 6494881 Seats: 420 Arts, 115 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 70 Journalism, 73 Psychology *A cosy atmosphere and a variety of courses.Karnataka Regional Engineering College: (Est: 1960), Srinivasnagar, Surathkal-574157 Tel: 475984 e-mail: postmaster@ krec.ernet.in Website: krec.ernet.in Seats: 397 Cut-off: Entrance test *Computers and chemical engineering are its forte.Kasturba Medical College (Est: 1953) Madhavnagar, Manipal Tel: 71201 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: manipalgroup.com *The 200-acre campus has a good library. Annual tuition fees are about Rs 79,000.Admission rush: With thousands lining up to get in, the competition gets toughKing Edward VII Memorial College (Est: 1925) Acharya Donde Marg, Parel, Mumbai-12 Tel: 4136051 e-mail: college email@example.com Website: kem.edu Seats: 180 Cut-off: Entrance test *The college is attached to a 1,800-bed hospital. Attracts the best students in Mumbai.Kishinchand Chellaram College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Est: 1953) 124, Dinshaw Wacha Road, Churchgate, Mumbai-20 Tel: 2855726 email: kccollege@vsnl. net.in Website: kccollege.edu Seats: 240 Arts, 300 Science, 240 Commerce Cut off per cent: 55 Arts, 80 Science, 75 Commerce *Part of the Hyderabad-Sind Collegiate Board, it has churned out rank holders.Kirori Mal College (Est: 1954) University of Delhi, Delhi-7 Tel: 7667861 e-mail: principal@kmcollege. com Website: kmcollege.com Seats: 285 Arts, 387 Science, 110 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 75 Arts, 80 Science, 85 Commerce *Individual e-mail IDs and an IT centre have given the college its “e-institution” label.LLady Brabourne College (Est: 1939) P1/2, Surrawardy Avenue Kolkata-17 Tel: 2448120 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. net.in Website: ladybrabourne.8m.com Seats: 245 Arts, 215 Science Cut-off per cent: 65-70 *The new microbiology course will be the first in a women’s college in Kolkata.Lady Shri Ram College (Est: 1956) Lajpat Nagar, Delhi-24 Tel: 6434459 Website: lsrcollege.org Seats: 357 Arts, 50 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 82, entrance test for English, Journalism *Consistent academic record and active students’ groups are its hallmark.Loreto College (Est: 1912) 7, Middleton Row, Kolkata-71 Tel: 2296030 e-mail: email@example.com Seats: 30 in each subject Cut-off per cent: 53-70 *There’s room for all-round growth in a disciplined milieu.Loyola College (Est: 1925) Sterling Road, Nungambakkam, Chennai-34 Tel: 8276749 e-mail: welcome@ loyolacollege.edu Website: loyolacollege.edu Seats: 385 Arts, 525 Science, 172 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 60 Arts, 75 Science, 90 Commerce (see main story)MMES College (Est: 1956) Malleswaram, Bangalore-3 Tel: 3347045 Seats: 200 Arts, 500 Science Cut-off: 60 per cent *Arts courses are for women, but science ones are co-ed.M.S. Ramaiah Degree College (Est: 1962) Gokul Extension, New BEL Road, Bangalore-54 Tel: 3441822 Seats: 200 Commerce Cut-off: 65 per cent *A good faculty accounts for its high scores.Madras Christian College (Est: 1837) Tambaram East, Chennai-59 Tel: 2375675 Website: firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 242 Arts, 205 Science, 60 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 60 Arts, 80 Science, 85 Commerce *Has a big campus with an Australian turf cricket pitchMadras Medical College (Est: 1750) Chennai-1 Tel: 5341650 Seats: 175 Cut-off: Decided by a government panel *A pioneer institution in open heart and neurosurgery.Maharashtra College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Est 1968) 246 (A), J.B. Behram Marg, Mumbai-8 Tel: 3081664 Seats: 280 Arts, 380 Science, 200 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 35 Arts, 55 Science, 55 Commerce *It has a well-equipped lab and good sports facilities.Maharishi Dayanand College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Est: 1962) 25, Dr S.S. Rao Road, Parel, Mumbai-12 Tel: 4130012 Seats: 275 Arts, 330 Science, 365 Commerce Cut-off: 55 per cent *Besides academics, students can join groups like the Film Appreciation Club.Maulana Azad College (Est: 1926) 8, Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Road, Kolkata-13 Tel: 2443737 Seats: 25 in each subject Cut-off: 55 per cent *Few colleges teach as many languages as this one.Maulana Azad Medical College (Est: 1958), B.S. Zafar Marg, Delhi-2 Tel: 3239271 e-mail: email@example.com Website: meramamc.com Seats: 180 Cut-off: Entrance test *Its access to hospitals like G.B. Pant makes it popular.Meenakshi College for Women (Est: 1975) Arcot Road, Kodambakkam, Chennai-24 Tel: 4835466 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 200 Arts, 305 Science, 60 Commerce *Discipline has ensured that students are well-groomed.Miranda House (Est: 1948), Patel Chest Marg, Delhi-7 Tel: 7667367 email: email@example.com. net.in Website: mirandahouse.ac.in Seats: 339 Arts, 195 Science Cut-off per cent: 75 Arts, 80 Science *Discipline and regular classes are its strengths.Mithibhai College of Arts (Est: 1961) J.V.P.D. Scheme, Vile Parle (West), Mumbai-56 Tel: 6184354 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 360 Cut-off: Preference to its junior college students. *Classic blackboards, AC classrooms, but students complain about administration.Mount Carmel College (Est: 1947) 58, Palace Road, Bangalore-52 Tel: 2261759 e-mail: mounts @bgl.vsnl.net.in Seats: 222 Arts, 336 Science, 358 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 75 Arts, 85 Science, 85 Commerce *The college is seeking a deemed university status.NN. Wadia College (Est: 1932) 19, V.K. Joag Path, Pune-1 Tel: 6122944 e-mail: email@example.com. net.in Seats: 360 Arts, 720 Science Cut-off per cent: 60 Arts, 80 Science *Offers novel courses like defence studies.In form: Filling in a plethora of forms is part of the drillNarsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (Est 1964) Vile Parle (W), Mumbai-56 Tel: 6112460 e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 1,125 Cut-off: 80 per cent *Good results apart, the college has an AC building.National College, Basavanagudi (Est: 1945), V.V. Road, Basavanagudi, Bangalore-1 Tel: 6674441 Seats: 600 Arts, 200 Science Cut-off: 60 per cent *An adjunct of Annie Besant’s National School, its science courses are popular.National Law School of India University (Est 1987) P.O. Bag 7201, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore-72 Tel: 3213160 e-mail: email@example.com Website: nls.ac.in Seats: 80 Cut-off: Entrance test (see main story)Nizam College (Est: 1887), Bashir Bagh, Hyderabad-7 Tel: 3234231 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 210 Arts, 180 Science, 90 Commerce Cut-off: 70 percent *An autonomous college, it offers offbeat courses.OOsmania Medical College (Est: 1846) Kothi, Hyderabad-1 Tel: 4651936 Seats: 200 Cut-off: Entrance exam. *Started off teaching medicine in Urdu, now is attached to many government hospitals.advertisementPHard work: Academic results are the key to admissions HARD WORK: AcaPachaiyappa’s College (Est: 1842) 201-203, Periyar EVR High Road, Chennai-30 Tel: 6412844 Seats: 800 Arts, 800 Science, 400 Commerce *Founded by a philanthropist, it has stood the test of time.Presidency College (Est: 1840) Kamarajar Salai, Triplicane, Chennai Tel: 8544894Website: presidency@ freeservers.com Seats: 460 Arts, 416 Science, 30 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 60 Arts, 70 Science and Commerce (see main story)Presidency College (Est: 1817) 86/1, College Street, Kolkata-73 Tel: 2412738 e-mail: email@example.com Seats: 149 Arts, 282 Science Cut-off: 55-65 per cent *The college is getting into a more career-oriented mould.QQueen Mary’s College: (Est: 1914) Kamraj Salai, Mylapore, Chennai -4 Tel: 8445910 Seats: 2,747 *A good location (Marina Beach) and a learned faculty make it an ideal place.RR.A. Poddar College of Commerce and Economics (Est: 1941) Lakhamshi Napoo Road, Matunga, Mumbai-19 Tel: 4143178 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 800 Cut-off: 78 per cent *An assembly line for Mumbai’s commerce toppers.Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda College (Est: 1946) 98-99, Sir P.S. Shivaswamy Salai, Mylapore, Chennai-4 Tel: 4993057 Website: geocities.com/cvidyapith Seats: 200 Arts, 300 Science, 150 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 55 Arts, 60 Science, 90 Commerce *Not just academics, education here covers character building also.Ramnarain Ruia College (Est: 1937) L.N. Road, Matunga, Mumbai-19 Tel: 4143098 e-mail: rtsane @vsnl.net Website: ruiacollege.edu Seats: 400 Arts, 450 Science Cut-off per cent: 60 Arts, 85 Science *Innovative vocational courses and an IT centre are among the pluses.SSIES College Of Commerce & Economics (Est: 1989) 71/72, T.V. Chidambaran Marg, Sion Matunga Estate, Mumbai-22 Tel: 4074944 Seats: 400 BCom, 60 BSc IT, 60 BMS Cut-off per cent: 70, entrance test for BMS. *Has 56 per cent quota for linguistic minorities.SNDT Arts and Commerce College for Women (Est: 1916) Karve Road, Pune-52 Tel: 5431153 Seats: 250 Arts 250 Commerce Cut-off: 55 per cent *A computer application course is among its pluses.S.P. College (Est: 1916) Tilak Road, Pune-30 Tel: 4332479 Seats: 350 Arts, 350 Science, 480 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 65 Arts, 83 Science, 73 Commerce *Has a gym and swimming pool and a modern lab.Sarojini Naidu Degree College for Women (Est: 1994) Post Office Lane, Chikkad Palli, Hyderabad-20 Tel: 766 2961 e-mail: email@example.com Seats: 60 Arts, 100 Commerce, 60 Science Cut-off: 39 per cent *Last year four BSc university toppers were from this college.School of Legal Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi-22 Tel: 555465 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: slscusat.ac.in Seats: 62 Cut-off: Entrance exam *Offers innovative masters courses like Intellectual Property Law.Seshadripuram Degree College (Est: 1973) 27, Nagappa Street, Seshadripuram Bangalore-20 Tel: 3343666 Seats: 400 Commerce Cutoff: 82 per cent e-mail: email@example.com *A pass percentage of 94 makes it a popular choice.Shri Ram College of Commerce (Est: 1926), Maurice Nagar, Delhi University, Delhi-7 Tel: 7667905 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: srcc.edu Seats: 325 BCom, 80 Economics Cut-off per cent: 90.5 BCom, 89.25 Economics (see main story).Sir J.J. Hospital and Grant Medical College (Est: 1845) Byculla, Mumbai-8 Tel: 3731144 e-mail: email@example.com Seats: 200 Cut-off: Statewide entrance test *A charitable hospital in the GMC group ensures hands-on experience for the students.Sophia College for Women (Est: 1941) Convent of the Sacred Heart, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Mumbai-26 Tel: 3633304 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 1,126 Arts, 274 Science Cut-off per cent: 40 Arts, 72 Science. *Focuses on empowering women and has a need-based admission policy.Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College (Est: 1951) University of Delhi, Delhi-7 Tel: 7667469 e-mail: email@example.com Seats: 240 Arts, 400 Science, 210 Commerce 210 Cut-off per cent: 65 Arts, 75 Science, 81 Commerce. *Stresses on attendance both for teachers and students.Sri Venkateswara College (Est: 1961), Benito Juarez Marg, Dhaula Kuan, Delhi-21 Tel: 4672196 e-mail: principal@venkateswaracollege. edu Website: venkateswaracollege.edu Seats: 260 Arts, 295 Science, 120 Commerce Cutoff per cent: 75 Arts, 82 Science, 85 Commerce *A strong economics department ensures good results.St Ann’s College for Women (Est: 1983) Santhosh Nagar, Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad-28 Tel: 3513020 e-mail: stanns.net.in Seats: 200 Arts, 170 Science, 240 Commerce Cut-off: 65 per cent *Stresses on overall development of students.St Francis’ College for Women (Est: 1959) Begumpet, Hyderabad-16 Tel: 3403200 e-mail: fran firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 100 Arts, 300 Science, 280 Commerce Cut-off: 70 per cent *The first autonomous college of Osmania University, it aims at “holistic” education.St Joseph’s College of Arts & Sciences (Est: 1882) Residency Road, Bangalore-1 Tel: 2211429 Seats: Arts 250, Science 476 Cut-off: 50 per cent *It offers several innovative degree courses.St Joseph’s College of Commerce (Est: 1972) 163, Brigade Road, Bangalore-25 Tel: 5570955 e-mail: email@example.com Website: saintjosephs.edun indiainternet. com/sjcc Seats: 200 Cut-off: 75 per cent *It has tie-ups with NIIT, Santa Clara University, California.Brand equity: Ambience is an important factor in choosing collegesSt Paul’s Degree College (Est: 1994), Himayat Nagar, Hyderabad-29 Tel: 3220269 Email: stpauls@ rediffmail.com Seats: 40 BCA, 30 BSc, 100 BCom Cut-off: 50 per cent *Academic rigour and regular tests make for good results.St Paul’s Cathedral Mission College (Est: 1864) 33/1, Raja Rammohan Roy Sarani, Kolkata-9 Tel: 3503682 e-mail: stpcmcoll@ cal2.vsnl.net.in Seats: 30-35 in each subject Cut-off: 35-75 per cent *The college will scrap higher secondary courses and focus on undergraduates.St Stephen’s College (Est: 1881) University Enclave, Delhi-7 Tel: 7667271 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: ststephens.edu Seats: 200 Science, 250 Arts Cut-off per cent: 88 Economics, 89 Physics, 81 English *It’s not just the question of a glorious tradition, the academic rigour continues.St Xavier’s College, (Est: 1860) 30, Park Street, Kolkata-16 Tel: 2475995 e-mail: email@example.com. net.in Website: sxccal.edu Seats: 150 Arts, 255 Science Cut-off: 65-75 per cent *Sports meets, rock fests or exams-there’s always something happening here.St Xavier’s College (Est: 1869) 5, Mahapalika Marg, Mumbai-1 Tel: 2620662 Website: xaviers.edu Seats: 360 Arts, 360 Science, 240 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 70 Arts, 55 Science 35 Commerce *In addition to churning out toppers, it hosts Malhar, a vibrant college fest.Stella Maris (Est: 1947) 17, Cathedral Road, Chennai-86 Tel: 8111987 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. in Seats: 300 Arts, 300 Science; 240 Commerce. *The students’ union works in close coordination with the faculty.Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics (Est: 1913) B. Road, Churchgate, Mumbai-20 Tel: 2871452 Website: sydenham.edu Seats: 600 Cutoff: 78 per cent *It scores for its faculty and an array of vocational options.Symbiosis College (Est: 1983) Senapati Bapat Road, Pune-4 Tel: 5653903 e-mail: smba_c @pn2.vsnl.net.in Website: indiaco.com/edu/symbiosis Seats: 120 Arts, 720 Commerce Cut-off per cent: 55 Arts, 75 Commerce *Computer courses and a placement cell find many takers.Symbiosis Society’s Law College (Est: 1977) Senapati Bapat Road, Pune-4 Tel: 5655114 e-mail: email@example.com Seats: 320 Cut-off: Entrance test for BALLB, 70 for LLB. *A human rights cell and visiting lectures from luminaries have given it a reputation.UUniversity College of Commerce and Business Management (Est: 1975) Osmania University Campus, Hyderabad-7 Tel: 7098291 Seats: 280 MBA, 40 MCom *The first college to introduce MBA at Osmania University.University Law College (Est: 1948), Palace Road, Bangalore-1 Tel: 2262137 Seats: 100 Cut-off per cent: 80 general, 65 SC/STs *It plans to launch a semester system and tie-up with major law institutions this year.VVivekananda College (Est: 1993) Seethaphalmandi, Secunderabad-61 Tel: 7501421 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Seats: 156 Science, 110 Commerce Cut-off: 67 per cent *A result-oriented college .Vivekanand Education Society’s College (Est: 1979) Sindhi Society, Chembur, Mumbai-71 Tel: 5227470 e-mail: email@example.com Seats: 100 Arts, 200 Science, 60 MBA, 60 Mass Media, 60 IT Cut-off: 45-65 per cent *Students can avail of courses in sister vocational institutes.WWomen’s Christian College (Est: 1915) College Road, Chennai-6 Tel: 8275926Website: womenschristiancollege.com Seats: 120 Arts, 224 Science, 100 Commerce *Is known to offer the best arts courses in Chennai.Wilson College (Est: 1836) Pandita Ramabai Marg, Mumbai-7 Tel: 3637663Website: wilsoncollege.edu Seats: 350 Arts, 550 Science Cut-off per cent: 55 Arts, 70 Science *It is introducing remedial courses for students weak in English, Physics and Maths.-Compiled by Sharmila Dhal with bureau reports
Shillong, May 13 (PTI) St Anthonys College here has been invited by Kunming University of Science and Technology (KUST), China to participate in the 2nd South and South East Asian College Student Cultural and Sports Week in Kunming from May 21 to 31.Principal of St Anthonys College Rev Brother Albert L Dkhar today said that it is for the first time an institution from North East has been invited by a foreign establishment.”The college would participate in sports and cultural events there,” he said. PTI FK JOP PR RCB
Kolkata, Dec 4 (PTI) The All India Football Federation senior vice-president Subrata Dutta will speak on the growing market of the sport in the country at Europes largest sports business meet — SPOBIS — in Dusseldorf on January 30.Dutta will talk about “the sleeping football giant has awoken! Why the internationalisation of European football must take place in India” in a session moderated by football consultant Arunava Chaudhuri.”I keenly await to excite the leaders of the football world by showcasing the prospects of the growing market of football in India,” Dutta said as he is set to meet and interact with high-profile delegates such as German FA (DFB) president Reinhard Grindel, Bayern Munich President Uli Hoeness, La Liga President Javier Tebas Medrano among others at Dusseldorf. PTI TAP CM
The province has removed the $40.53 permit fee put in place last fall for lobster fishermen who sell live lobster roadside, effective immediately. “Lobster fisherman have been struggling with low prices in the past year, and they have traditionally sold direct to customers without needing to purchase a permit,” said Sterling Belliveau, Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture. “Vendors selling live lobster roadside are still required to have a permit, but there will be no fee.” Eighty permits to sell live lobster from the roadside have been issued to date. Sellers will still have to comply with current food safety and reporting requirements. “There has been great co-operation with the lobster vendors since the permit was initiated,” says Mike Horwich, director of food protection, Department of Agriculture. “We have not had any food safety or regulatory issues with the live lobster vendors.” Vendors can get a food permit online at www.gov.ns.ca/snsmr/paal/agric/paal006.asp, by contacting a food safety specialist in their region, or by calling the food safety division at 902-424-1173. For copies of the 2009 Lobster Sellers weekly report, visit the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture website at www.gov.ns.ca/fish/licensing/conditions.shtml or call fisheries licensing services at 902-424-0335.