Thursday, December 27, 2012

UGC vs Net Aspirants

 Story No=3.
Hi Friends... UGC Announced Notification Regarding Procedure & Criteria For Declaration Of Result Of UGC NET To Be Held On 30th December, 2012 This will comprise of following steps: Step I: Minimum marks to be obtained in NET for considering a candidate for the award of JRF and eligibility for lectureship: The candidates are required to obtain following minimum marks separately in Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III as Notified in Initial Notification. Step II: Amongst those candidates who have cleared step I, a merit list will be prepared subject-wise and category-wise using the aggregate marks of all the three papers secured by such candidates. Step III: Top 15% candidates (for each subject and category), from the merit list mentioned under step II, will be declared NET qualified for eligibility for lectureship only. Step IV: A separate merit list for the award of JRF will be prepared from amongst the NET qualified candidates figuring in the merit list prepared under step III. It may be noted that the above qualifying criteria decided by UGC is final and binding. Check This Link For More Info: test.php

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

One Day Regional Seminar

P.O. Narukara, Malappuram Dist. Kerala- 676122
Ph: 0483- 2767142, Fax: 0483- 2768030

One Day Regional Seminar
Political Crisis in West Asia: Issues and Implications

Friday, 14th December 2012

Venue: College Auditorium

Organised by:
Department of History
in Collaboration with Chair for Islamic Studies and Research, University of Calicut

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Call for Abtracts-UGC Seminar

UGC Seminar on ‘Human Rights for Women’

Korambayil Ahamed haji memorial Unity Women’s College, Manjeri, is organizing a UGC Sponsored national seminar on ‘Human Rights for Women’ during the second week of February, 2013. We would like to invite papers from individuals who are interested in participating in the seminar.
Though human rights are universal it has been difficult for women to access these rights on many fronts. Despite the advances women have made in the last couple of decades, human rights and freedom still is a cause of valid concern. Though protection from violence is a human right there are millions of women who face violence of either the physical or mental kind. Though all communities speak of the human right of women regarding marriage like whom, when and if to marry, this is often conveniently ignored.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

A clan from Yemen and history of Malabar -by Dr K.K. Muhammad Abdul Sathar

A clan from Yemen and history of Malabar

There was one family in Malabar whose socio-religious standing the British authorities feared the most for its potential to inspire and mobilise the natives, especially Muslims, against the colonial rulers. It was the descendants of this family, including the most influential member of it, Syed Fazl Thangal, that the authorities furtively extradited to Arabia in March 1852 and ensured that they never returned to the coast of Malabar.      
Who was this Syed Fazl Thangal? How and why he and his family including his famous father, Syed Alawi Thangal, a member of the Ba Alawi clan from Hadhramaut in Yemen, who arrived in Malabar in February 1768 and settled at Mamburam in Malappuram district, to be later known as the Mamburam Thangal, was an important figure in the history of Malabar and its anti-colonial engagements?
The book
A book ‘Mappila Leader in Exile—a political biography of Syed Fazl Thangal’ authored by K.K. Muhammad Abdul Sathar, history professor and head of the History Department, PSMO College Tirurangadi in Malappuram, attempts to give an answer to theses questions while also throwing some light on the socio-political environment of the region during the colonial times.

Saturday, November 24, 2012


Famous Statement
  n Lord Dufferin : Congress was a microscopic minority.
n Lord Curzon :  Congress was ‘tottering to its fall’ and one of his greatest ambition in India was ‘‘to
assist it (congress) a peaceful demise’.
n Charles Napier: ‘We have no right to seize Sind, yet we shall do so and a very advantageous, useful
humane piece of rascality it will be ’’.
n Thomas Roe : ‘‘I know these people are best treated with the sword in one hand and the caducean in the other.’’
n Nabin Chandra Sen : ‘‘The battle of Plassey was followed by a night of eternal gloom for India’’.
n John Sullivan : ‘Our system acts very much like a sponge drawing up all the good things from the
banks of the Ganges and Squeezing them down on the banks Thames’.

Indian History Ojective Type Questions

Indian History
Ojective Type Questions

14. The Fourth Buddhist Council which was held in Kashmir during the reign of which King?
a) Ashoka
b) Kala Ashok
c) Kanishka
d) Ajatshatru
15. Which one among the following sites is located in the valley of Gagger and its associated rivers?
a) Alamgirpur
b) Lothal
c) Mohenjodro
d) Banwali

Dr. P J Vincent--Speech On Palastine

Historiography of 1857 Revolt

Historiography of 1857 Revolt

THE Revolt of 1857 was born out of various features ranging from the British policy of conquest and expansion to the colonial exploitation of India. Geographically speaking, it affected north-western, north and central India. The ‘Sepoy Mutiny’– as it was labelled initially by the colonial official writings, focused on the ‘Mutiny’ theme.

To colonial officials and writers it was the handiwork of a set of discontented sipahis who were unhappy with the introduction, in 1857, of the new Enfield rifle, with its distinct ammunition, which required the bullet to be bitten before loading. Rumours that the grease used on the bullets was either from the fat of cattle or pigs had symbolic implications. Thus, whereas cows were considered ‘sacred’ by the Hindus, the Muslims considered pigs to be ‘polluting’.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Regional Seminar

P.O. Narukara, Malappuram Dist. Kerala- 676122
Ph: 0483- 2767142, Fax: 0483- 2768030

One Day Regional Seminar
Political Crisis in West Asia: Issues and Implications

Friday, 14th December 2012

Venue: College Auditorium

Organised by:
Department of History
in Collaboration with Chair for Islamic Studies and Research, University of Calicut

Monday, November 12, 2012

Supplementary Result of NET June 2012 .

UGC announced - Supplementary Result of NET June 2012 .

As per Supplementary Result,
now JRF Awarded to: 1685 Candidates
Eligible for Lectureship: 13493 Candidates .

Check yours Now!!! @ Result_june2012_ supplementary.pdf .
All the best Friends!!!

Word from UGC in Notification: In view of several representations received from the candidates regarding certain issues related with the result of UGC-NET held on 24th June 2012, UGC had set up a Committee to look into the grievances of the candidates and revisit the result.
The Committee held a few meetings and took cognizance of nature of issues raised by the candidates. The Committee revisited the result and decided to qualify a few additional candidates for Junior Research Fellowship and eligibility for lectureship both and eligibility for lectureship only.
The candidates who were declared qualified as per the result declared earlier on 18th September 2012 will remain qualified. However, some of the candidates who were declared eligible for lectureship only in the result declared earlier on 18th September 2012, have been identified for the award of JRF.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Books for Study in History

Books for Study in History
Pratiyogita Darpan Special Series is good source for preparation of UGC NET History exam. Except this here is name of some book by which you can do good preparation of UGC NET History exam:


Trueman's UGC NET History by Pramod Singh

Modern Indian History by Tarique Mohammed

A New Look at Modern Indian History by Alka Mehta, B.L. Grover

Ancient India By R.S. Sharma.

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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Story of British parliaments

Story of British parliaments
In November 1236, Henry III (1216-1272) adjourned a law case to a 'parliament' which was due to meet in January the following year - the very first occasion the term 'parliament' was recorded in an official document of the English crown.
This did not, however, mark the birth of parliament. The use of the term in 1236 was new, but it described a type of assembly which had existed for many centuries.
The word 'parliament', derived from the French parliament, or Latin parliamentum, meant, in essence, 'discussion'. English kings had always discussed the affairs of the realm with their subjects, but under the Norman and Angevin kings these meetings had been described by contemporaries as 'councils'.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

National Eligibility Test - December, 2012

National Eligibility Test - December, 2012
for Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility for Lectureship
To avoid Rush! Submit your Online Application NOW!  New
Take printout of online Application Form and Attendance Slip and submit one copy of both the documents at the respective Coordinating University/college (opted by the candidate) with fee receipt & category certificate(s)

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