Schedule for Counselling of SSB selected Lecturers in Non-Govt.Aided colleges of the State

Schedule for Counselling of SSB selected Lecturers in Non-Govt.Aided colleges of the State

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Dae: 17/11/2016

Time: 11 AM Onwards

Venue: Odisha State Bureau of Text Book Preparation and Production,Pustak Bhawabn, A/11 Acharya Vihar, Bhubaneswar

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OJEE 2016 Counselling Process

OJEE 2016 Counselling Process

(Last Update :22/06/2016)

Steps to be followed

Choice Filling
Choice locking by OTP( Locking will be over before you report at Nodal Center)
Pay your Counselling and University Registration Fee before (you report at Nodal Center for document verification)
Report at Nodal Center for Document Verification
Check Temporary Allotment
Withdraw, if you want to withdraw from admission process
Final Allotment
Carefully create your password as per rule given. You have to use it many times.
During choice filling, save your choices frequently. But choice locking is one time facility only.
Please prepare your choices as per your requirement on copy. This will minimize your time in selecting and arranging them on computer.
Lock your choices only when you are satisfied on choices filled by you in proper order. If you are unable to lock your choice for some reason, the data saved by you will be locked automatically in the server when time of choice filling and locking ends.

For detailed information please visit OJEE site link given below:

International Scholarship Programme

The 2016-2017 International Scholarship Programme application cycle is now open. Application forms can be obtained from the Aga Khan Foundation or Aga Khan Education Service/Board office in the applicant’s country of current residence.

Before contacting the AKDN, please read the information below. Addresses and contact information are available under Application Procedures. In case you are looking for information about scholarships for your further studies, this list of scholarship links may be helpful.

The Aga Khan Foundation provides a limited number of scholarships each year for postgraduate studies to outstanding students from select developing countries who have no other means of financing their studies, in order to develop effective scholars and leaders and to prepare them for employment, primarily within the AKDN. Scholarships are awarded on a 50% grant : 50% loan basis through a competitive application process once a year in June or July. The Foundation gives priority to requests for Master’s level courses but is willing to consider applications for PhD programmes, only in the case of outstanding students who are highly recommended for doctoral studies by their professors and who need a PhD for the fulfilment of their career objectives (academic or research oriented).

Applications for short-term courses are not considered; neither are applications from students who have already started their course of study.


Geographic Scope
The Foundation accepts applications from nationals of the following countries: Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Syria, Egypt, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Madagascar and Mozambique. In France, Portugal, UK, USA and Canada, applications are accepted from those who are originally from one of the above developing countries, are interested in development-related studies and who have no other means of financing their education.


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10. What are the core principles of the Fellowship?
The Fellowship is inspired from the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi. Two core principles which are at the foundation of the Fellowship are – Firstly, “Be the change you wish to see in the world”. Whereby Fellows are encouraged to cause any external change by changing themselves first. And secondly, he also believed in the process of action and reflection, and used reflection as a major tool for personal and then societal change. Similarly reflection is an integral part of the two year journey of the Fellowship. Fellows are supported and encouraged to reflect everyday and they go through the continual cycle of action and reflection as a part of everyday life in the Fellowship.

11. Why is the Fellowship Program run for 23 months and not one or three years?
The Fellowship is not designed for one year because we believe that developing effective leadership skills takes time and cannot be compressed in a twelve month schedule. The Fellowship believes that in the 23 months journey, a fellow has to gain 7 basic competencies which require a dedicated period of time.

12. Do Fellows get holidays?
Yes. Holidays for the entire Fellowship batch are scheduled to fit in with the school calendar. There is a break of approximately 1 week scheduled to coincide with Diwali and another 1 week break during the school summer holidays. Because almost all activities during the 2-year program are group activities, Fellows are discouraged from taking breaks apart from those which are scheduled for the group as a whole.

13. Can anyone leave the Fellowship after one year or be asked to leave mid-way?
There is no bond and one has the freedom to leave. However, Fellowship is a commitment and is meant for those who are serious about creating change. We want serious people who see value in the two years and not those who will drop out prematurely due to family pressures, marriage plans, and fancy pay package of their friends or a university education. Sometimes the organization also asks some fellows to leave who fail to show progress and meet up to the expectation of the Fellowship even after a warning and certain time frame to bounce back and show progress has been given to them. The Fellowship has its own assessment system and can ask people to leave who fail to show the rigour and excellence required to cause any social impact.

Additionally, refer to Answer 8 about stipend payment.

14. Can I stay at home and join the fellowship since I am already in Surat/Rajasthan/Mumbai?
No. GFP is a residential programme. Since the programme is all about developing competencies so staying in office accommodation and sharing knowledge with other fellows is necessary.

15. If I have social change idea and want to start social enterprise post fellowship then how will the organisation support me?
You will be supported via ‘Social Incubation & Enterprises Program’. This program supports aspiring social entrepreneurs through special idea incubation, business mentor-ship and start-up funding support up to Rs 20 lakh after Fellowship graduation.

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Gandhi Fellowship Programme

1. What is Gandhi Fellowship?
Gandhi Fellowship is an intensive 2-year residential program that helps talented young people develop the leadership skills essential to cause disproportionate positive change in society. The Fellowship challenges these young people to support and partner primary school headmasters to transform their schools to achieve the desired educational outcomes. In the process, Fellows discover their definite goals in life and how to go about converting their ideas and dreams into reality.

2. What exactly happens during the Fellowship?
During the 2 years of the Fellowship, the fellows are assigned 5 schools each. The fellows have to bring about a significant transformation in these schools. The 2 years are divided into four semesters. The program starts with an induction and immersion into the school and village context. And with each semester, the fellows get deeper into the challenges of the school and resolve them successfully. These 2 years have been interspersed with daily peer reviews, expert reviews, personal reflection workshops, field visits to social organizations, vipassana meditation retreats, reflective reading, community immersions etc., which help the fellows evolve and develop critical leadership skills.

3. What do fellows exactly do in schools?
Their major role is to strategically help the HMs build their capacity as a leader, overcome challenges and improve the quality of learning. They support the HM in everything relating to the school development plan – organizing an ideal morning assembly, increasing student enrolment, improving the mid-day meal system, organizing School Monitoring Committee (SMC), mobilizing community participation and collaboration with their fellow teachers.

4. How will the fellows benefit from the Fellowship program?
By working on a social change problem, the fellows understand change leadership at the generic level, a system design thinking process that they can apply to any social problem they want to solve. The Fellowship is designed to help the fellows develop the following seven competencies – Self Awareness, Collaborative Work, Excellence, Influence without Authority, Articulation of Values, Risk Taking and Articulation of Private Dream.

5. What do Fellows do after two years?
During the two years, Fellows are supported define their private dream and are equipped with the skills to pursue it after the 2 years. There is a placement cell in the Fellowship which helps in finding jobs if necessary (aligned to their Private Dreams), but fellows are expected to be independent and find their own way in pursuing their dream – which is the very idea of the Fellowship.

6. Why was this Fellowship program created?
India today faces a serious leadership crisis in every domain. The top minds of the top colleges in our country are busy running after personal success rather than even thinking about the society. The Fellowship feels the need to guide talented youth to actively engage with solving the myriad problems plaguing the country today. So, the Fellowship was created with the intent to get the best students in the country to run through a two year curriculum which we believe will help them become the next generation of nation builders.

7. When was the Fellowship started and how many have participated in it so far?
The Fellowship started in 2008 with 11 fellows in the Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan. In 2009, the Fellowship program expanded to Ahmedabad with a batch of 23 fellows and in 2010 it further expanded to Mumbai with the third batch of 36 fellows. The fourth batch had a strength of 123 fellows and in 2012, 163 students have joined the Fellowship. 104, 178 and 173 fellows joined from 2013 to 2015. It has been steadily growing in popularity and graduates from the top colleges in the country have participated in this.

8. What kind of support will the fellows get during the 2-year period?
A unique grant system encapsulates the philosophy of encouraging and supporting youth to take risks and build entrepreneurial skills. Gandhi fellowship provides: an all-inclusive monthly grant of Rs.14,000 (taxable), a fixed monthly phone allowance of Rs.600 (taxable) and rent-free accommodation, transport and other allowances as applicable based on the need to support the fruition of ideas of youth post fellowship, basic grant of Rs 14,000 is divided into:

basic monthly sustenance grant of Rs. 7000 (pre-tax) and
interest-free reserve amount of Rs 161000 cumulated from the remaining Rs. 7000
The cumulative reserve amount will be paid at the end of the Term and successful completion of the Fellowship after the period of 23 months. This cumulative grant supports Gandhi Fellowship graduates to kick start their choices of a social enterprise individually or collaboratively with other Fellows, International learning exposure or specialized higher studies in line with their aspirations.

Additionally, please read Question 15.

9. Who is behind this Fellowship program?
The Fellowship is an initiative of Kaivalya Education Foundation (KEF) & Piramal Foundation for Education Leadership (PFEL), the not-for-profit companies that designs and runs innovative leadership development programmes with respect to the social sector. KEF & PFEL are led by a professional and experienced management team and given strategic direction by an eminent management board, whose members are: Mr Ajay G. Piramal – Chairman of Piramal Healthcare, Mr Narayanan Vaghul – Chairman of ICICI Bank, Debashish Mitter – leads the Michael and Susan Dell foundation’s strategy and Mr Aditya Natraj – Founder Director of KEF and previously a corporate finance consultant with KPMG.

The Fellowship is funded by Piramal Foundation, UNICEF, USAID and Michael and Susan Dell foundation. To honor the invaluable contribution made by Mr. Ajay Piramal the Fellowship is called Piramal Fellowship in Rajasthan.

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Foundation for Excellence Scholarships

Simple program that makes a life changing difference

The Scholarship Program provides financial and other assistance to students for their higher education in India. Assistance is available to any qualified student, irrespective of the applicant’s caste, community, gender or religion. To qualify for a scholarship, an applicant must be studying in a course approved by the Foundation and meet specified eligibility criteria.

The primary focus of the Scholarship Program is to assist students for studies in professional courses leading to degrees in engineering, technology, or medicine.

Brilliance needs to be nurtured, We do just that.

New, first time applicants are eligible to apply for a scholarship only when they are in the first year of a professional degree course in engineering, technology or medicine. To qualify for a scholarship, applicants must meet certain academic excellence and family income requirements.

Academic Eligibility Criteria

The academic eligibility criteria for professional courses in engineering, technology and medicine are:

Only the professional degree courses BE/B Tech, Integrated 5-Yr Dual-Degree M Tech and MBBS are eligible for scholarships. Diploma students admitted to BE, B Tech courses on a lateral basis, B Arch, BDS & B Pharma students are not eligible.
Only first year applicants beginning their studies in BE, B Tech, Integrated 5-Yr Dual-Degree M Tech or MBBS in the academic year 2015-16 are eligible.

The applicants should have passed their Higher Secondary/Pre-University/Intermediate/ CBSE/ISC or equivalent board qualifying examination not earlier than in 2014.
The applicants should have scored not less than 70% marks at the qualifying examination.
The applicants’ admissions to their professional degree courses/institutions should be on the basis of the open/general merit rank awarded to them at the state or national level entrance tests or through a counseling process conducted at the state level (as in the case of Tamil Nadu), as per the table given below.

Maximum eligible ranks for entrants to professional courses in AY 2015-16
Course Category and States Maximum Eligible Rank

Engineering and Technology (BE, B Tech) Courses
Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Gujarat, Odisha, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Nagaland – JEE (Main) (Overall All India Rank – Not State or Category Rank) 1,00,000
For students joining the IITs, the eligibility/selection cutoff criteria will be the total marks scored at the JEE (Advanced) by the last ranked General Category student admitted.
Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka 7,500
Rajasthan, Kerala, Punjab, West Bengal and Chattisgarh 4,000
Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, Puducherry, Jharkhand, Bihar, Assam and Jammu & Kashmir 1,000
Goa, Chandigarh, Sikkim, Meghalaya, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Andaman & Nicobar Islands 500
Medicine (MBBS) Course

Applicants admitted based on National Level Tests like AIPMT (Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Odisha, Haryana, Chattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Manipur, Jharkhand, Chandigarh, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh and Andaman & Nicobar Islands), AIIMS, BHU PMT, JIPMER, etc., will be considered on the basis of their respective merit marks and ranks.
Karnataka, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu 1,200
Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Gujarat, West Bengal, Bihar, Punjab and Puducherry 500
Assam, Jammu & Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Tripura, Goa and Sikkim 150

The above state-wise rank cut-off limits are based on the official seat intake capacities of the various states as authorized by the AICTE (All India Council of Technical Education) for degrees in engineering/technology and by the MCI (Medical Council of India) for degrees in medicine.

Family Income Criteria

The gross family income criteria is Rs. 1,80,000 per year. Gross income refers to the income before deductions for taxes or other purposes.
In addition to gross family income, the education and occupation of parents as well as family members including elder brother(s) and sister(s), the family’s living conditions and the total expenses being incurred by the family on the applicant’s education will be taken into consideration for determining the financial eligibility of an applicant.
Applicants who are the first graduates of the family will be preferred over applicants who are the second or third child of the family taking up graduation.
Where parents of applicants are employees, a salary/pay slip from the employer is mandatory. The salary/pay slip should clearly show the family member’s gross monthly salary with full details of his/her basic salary and all allowances and deductions. The employer and the facilitator should certify the salary/pay slip. Submission of an Income certificate from a local or other government authority in lieu of a salary/pay slip is not acceptable.
Where parent(s)/guardian(s) are retirees/pensioners, a pension statement from the pension authority and/or from an authorized bank showing the gross monthly pension of the family member, inclusive of any supplementary allowances and before any deductions is required. Pensioners should also provide documents to show the official status or designation, gross salary drawn at the time of retirement and the name of the employing organization. If the parent/guardian has recently retired under a voluntary retirement scheme, reasons for retirement, and amount of lump sum benefits received on retirement should be disclosed.

Where parent(s)/guardian(s) are in business or self-employed, income certificate issued by any government authority or the income tax return should be submitted in support of the gross family income specified in the application. Specific details of the nature and size of the business or self-employment should also be provided.
Where parent(s)/guardian(s) are agriculturists or have farming or cultivation as their source of income, an income certificate from a recognized or competent authority should be submitted. Details of the nature and size of the land holding, crops grown, etc. wet or dry land irrigation should also be provided.

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The J.N. Tata Endowment for Higher Education of Indians

Loan Scholarship Process

The J. N. Tata Endowment awards a one-time loan scholarship only at the beginning of the course to Indian nationals for full time Postgraduate/Ph.D./Postdoctoral studies abroad and in India, in all fields, irrespective of caste, creed, gender or community. The amount to be awarded to each Scholar by way of the loan scholarship is determined on the basis of the norms laid down for the purpose, and does not cover the full cost of studies. The amount awarded as the loan scholarship ranges between Rs.1,50,000/- and Rs.6,00,000/-. All applicants do not necessarily qualify for the maximum amount.

The selected scholars may also qualify for a gift scholarship and travel assistance from our allied Trusts as may be decided at the sole discretion of the Trustees of the concerned Trusts. A gift scholarship can be for a maximum amount of Rs. 10,00,000/- and the travel grant can be a maximum of Rs. 50,000/-.
Eligibility Criteria

Applicants should be Indian nationals who are graduates of a recognised Indian University, with a consistently good academic record and other achievements to their credit. Students in the final year of the degree course and those awaiting results are eligible to apply. Mid-career professionals up to the age of 45, with a good academic record and experience in their fields for further research, specialisation or training may also apply. Candidates need not have the admission/offer letters from the Universities to which they have applied for the academic year 2016-2017 at the time of making the application. Candidates going abroad for seminars, conferences and undergraduate studies are not eligible for the J. N. Tata Endowment Loan Scholarship.
Selection for the Awards

It is a matter of pride to be called a JN Tata Scholar. Staying true to our founder Jamsetjee Nusserwanjee’s vision of rewarding the brightest and the best, we follow a rigorous selection process. Candidates may note the following points.

Apart from consistent academic performance, we give importance to participation in both co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

A good GRE/GMAT/TOEFL/IELTS score is extremely important for those applying overseas. If you have received a low GRE score, it may be advisable to improve upon it, to increase your chances of receiving the loan scholarship.

A good statement of purpose will make a significant difference to your chances. We have provided some guidance on our web site on how you can construct a good statement of purpose.

After the initial screening of applications, candidates who are found suitable and those who have secured the admission will be called to attend the interview at their own expense.
The Interview

Candidates should note that to be shortlisted for an interview is no guarantee of receiving the loan scholarship. The interview carries a significant weightage in the selection process and is conducted at Mumbai by a Technical Committee from March 2016 onwards. Candidates should come prepared with knowledge of their subjects and suggested areas of interest, as they will be examined in depth and detail. The greatest weight will be given to depth of understanding of the chosen area of study and career path. There will be two interviewers, one of who is a subject-expert and the other is Director of the Endowment. We may wherever necessary conduct a preliminary telephonic interview.

The final selection of scholars for the award of the loan scholarship is based on the following criteria:

(1) Performance at the interview;
(2) Results at the final examiniation; and
(3) Evidence of admission to a reputed University.

The Awards will be announced within one week from the time of the interview by mail. The Trustees’ decision on the award of scholarships is final. Correspondence in this regard will not be entertained.
Formalities to be completed

The candidate and the guarantor (preferably a parent or a relative having the capacity to repay the loan) will have to visit the Administrative Office of the Endowment, by prior appointment, to complete the necessary formalities after obtaining the visa. They will be required to enter into a legal agreement with the Trustees and provide documentary evidence of the capacity of the guarantor to repay the loan.

Repayment of the loan begins from the time the scholar starts earning or by the end of the fourth year from the availment of the loan, whichever is earlier. Repayment of the loan must be completed by the end of the seventh year from the date of availing of the loan.


(i)All applications have to be submitted online.
(ii)Our office remains closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays

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All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar is one of the apex healthcare Institutes established by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojna (PMSSY). Under this scheme six new All India Institutes of Medical Sciences have been established at Patna, Raipur, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jaipur and Rishikesh apart from the one at New Delhi.

In his Independence Day Speech on August 15, 2003, then prime minister Atal Bihari Vajapayee announced opening up of 6 AIIMS Hospitals at Patna, Raipur, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jaipur and Rishikesh under Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) launched for up gradation of medicare facilities in underserved areas of the country besides providing quality medical education in super-specialty disciplines in these areas.

The foundation stone of this institute in Bhubaneswar was laid by then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajapayee on July 15, 2003.

All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar was established as autonomous institution and institute of National importance through the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (Amendment) Ordinance passed on 16th July, 2012.

Mission & Vision Statement:

To establish a centre of excellence in medical education, training, health care and research imbued with scientific culture, compassion for the sick and commitment to serve the underserved.

Objectives of the Institute

To develop patterns of teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in all its branches so as to demonstrate a high standard of medical education to all medical colleges and other allied institutions in India;
To bring together in one place educational facilities of the highest order for the training of personnel in all important branches of health activity; and
To attain self-sufficiency in postgraduate medical education.
Functions of the Institute

  • Provide for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the science of modern medicine and other allied sciences, including physical and biological sciences.
  • Provide facilities for research in the various branches of such sciences.
  • Provide for the teaching of humanities in the undergraduate courses.
  • Conduct experiments in new methods of medical education, both undergraduate and postgraduate, in order to arrive at satisfactory standards of such education.
  • Prescribe courses and curricula for both undergraduate and postgraduate studies.
  • Train teachers for the different medical colleges in India.
  • Establish and maintain a dental college.
  • Establish and maintain a nursing college.
  • Establish and maintain rural and urban health organisations which will form centers for the field training of the medical, dental and nursing students of the Institute as well as for research into community health problems.
  • Establish and maintain a other Institutions for the training of different types of health workers, such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists and medical technicians of various kinds

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Medicine in General

Category Medicince and Surgery
Degree MBBS
Mode Full Time
Medium Campus
Duration 5½ Years

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Hons.)

Category Nursing
Degree B.Sc.
Mode Full Time
Medium Campus
Duration 4 Years

College of Nursing: Nursing is a unique profession whose primary focus is carrying the sick and managing the preventive, promotive and rehabilitative health needs of clients. Nursing is growing with current trends and technologies in health care system. To-day, nursing is also influenced by consumers awareness, patient rights and health care cost. The turbulent swirl of change within this country’s health care industry has provided challenges and opportunities for nursing. Competent nurses are in demand all over the world. The graduate nurses from college of nursing, AIIMS, Bhubaneswar will be a part of this global phenomenon.

The College of Nursing, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar has been established in the Year 2013 under the Pradhan Mantri Swastya Surakha Yojana (PMSSY) with the primary objective of correcting the imbalances in availability of affordable and reliable tertiary level healthcare in the country in general and to provide facilities for quality medical and nursing education in the underserved states. The admission process was started in 2013. The first batch of 60 B.Sc (Hons) nursing students was admitted in month of July 2013 through All India entrance test conducted by AIIMS, New Delhi and academic activities began on September 2013.
AIIMS Bhubaneswar
Sijua, Patrapada,
Phone: (0674) 2476789
AIIMS Hospital OPD help desk: (0674) 2476789


Nursing College:

The Help desk telephone number is available from 08:00 -13:30 & 14:00 – 16:00 on working Monday to Friday, and from 08:00 -13:30 on working Saturdays.