Tuesday, July 30, 2013

List of Top Best Schools in India

List of Top 200 Schools in India with Ranking and Location of School, Best Schools in India

1. Cathedral and John Connon School, Mumbai
2. The Shri Ram School, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi
3. Mallya Aditi International School, Bangalore
4. The Mother’s International School, New Delhi
5. Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi
6. Campion School, Mumbai
7. National Public School, Indiranagar, Bangalore

8. Bombay Scottish School, Mumbai
9. Padma Seshadri Bala Bhawan Senior Secondary School, Nungambakkam, Chennai
10. DAV Boys Senior Secondary School, Chennai
11. DPS, RK Puram, New Delhi
12. Sanskriti School, New Delhi 13. Vasant Valley School, New Delhi
14. Gitanjali School, Hyderabad
15. Vidya Niketan School, Bangalore
16. Step by Step, Noida
17. Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, New Delhi
18. The Shri Ram School, Aravali, Gurgaon
19. St. Xavier’s Collegiate School, Kolkata
20. The Riverside School, Ahmedabad
21. Sloka School, Hyderabad
22. La Martiniere Boys School, Kolkata
23. Modern School, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi
24. St. James School, Kolkata
25. Amity International, Noida
26. La Martiniere Girls School, Kolkata
27. Jamna Bai Narsee School, Mumbai
28. Vidyashilp Academy, Bangalore
29. Ryan International School, Goregaon, Mumbai
30. St. Joseph’s Boys High School, Bangalore
31. Pallikoodam School, Kottayam
32. Inventure Academy, Bangalore
33. DPS, Noida
34. SBOA School and Junior College, Annanagar, Chennai
35. St. Mary’s High School, Mazgaon, Mumbai
36. Springdales Public School, Pusa Road, New Delhi
37. St. Xavier’s High School, Mumbai
38. Bishop Cotton Boys School, Bangalore
39. Eklavya, Ahmedabad
40. DPS, Mathura Road, New Delhi
41. DAV School, Sector , Gurgaon
42. Sishya School, Adyar, Chennai
43. CHIREC Public School, Hyderabad
44. The School KFI, Adyar, Chennai
45. J.B. Petit High School, Mumbai
46. National Public School, Rajajinagar, Bangalore
47. St. Joseph’s Indian High School, Bangalore
48. St. John’s High School, Chandigarh
49. Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania School, Thane
50. Arya Vidya Mandir, Mumbai
51. Bishop Cotton Girls, Bangalore
52. Little Flower High School, Hyderabad
53. National Public School, Koramangla, Bangalore
54. Loreto House, Middleton, Kolkata
55. DPS Ghaziabad
56. DPS, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
57. Modern School, Vasant Vihar, Delhi
58. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad
59. Oasis International School, Bangalore
60. The Bishop’s School, Pune
61. APS, Dhaula Kuan, New Delhi
62. Bombay International School
63. Carmel Convent School, Chandigarh
64. Don Bosco High School, Mumbai
65. St. Francis de Sales School, Janakpuri, New Delhi
66. St. Mary’s School, Pune
67. Convent of Jesus & Mary, Bangla Sahib Marg, New Delhi
68. Carmel Convent School, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
69. Hiranandani Foundation School, Powai, Mumbai
70. Air Force Golden Jubilee Institute, Surbroto Park, New Delhi
71. Modern High School, Kolkata
72. St. Ann’s High School, Hyderabad
73. Lotus Valley International, Noida
74. Loreto Convent, Parade Road, New Delhi
75. P.S. Senior Secondary, Chennai
76. Kendriya Vidyalaya – IIT-Madras
77. NASR School, Hyderabad
78. Ryan International School, Whitefield, Bangalore
79. Don Bosco, Egmore, Chennai
80. St. Thomas School, New Delhi
81. St. Columba’s School, New Delhi
82. Amity School, Saket, New Delhi
83. The Ashram, Chennai
84. Apeejay School, Noida
85. Laxman Public School, New Delhi
86. Loreto Convent School, Lucknow
87. Don Bosco School, Park Circus, Kolkata
88. Sacred Heart Convent School, Jamshedpur
89. HPS, Begumpet, Hyderabad
90. St Joseph’s, Pune
91. Air Force School, Hebbal, Bangalore
92. Kothari International School, Noida
93. Mater Dei Convent School, Tilak Lane, New Delhi
94. All Saints High School, Hyderabad
95. St. Xavier’s Boys Academy, Marine Lines, Mumbai
96. Gopi Birla Public School, Mumbai
97. National Academy for Learning (NAFL), Bangalore
98. Air Force Bal Bharati School, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
99. Ashok Hall Girls Higher Secondary School, Kolkata
100. The Valley School, Bangalore
101. Utpal Shanghvi School, Mumbai
102. DPS, Dwarka, New Delhi
103. Birla Vidya Niketan, New Delhi
104. DPS Vashi, Navi Mumbai
105. Rachna High School, Ahmedabad
106. Villa Theresa High School, Mumbai
107. DPS, Ahmedabad
108. DPS, Gurgaon
109. DPS, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad
110. Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School, Chennai
111. Loyola High School, Pune
112. Gyan Bharti, New Delhi
113. Ahlcon International School, New Delhi
114. St. Anne’s, Pune
115. St. George’s Girls Grammar School, Abids, Hyderabad
116. Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, Chembur, Mumbai
117. St Michael, Patna
118. DPS Rohini, New Delhi
119. Fr. Agnel, Navi Mumbai
120. Montfort School, New Delhi
121. Apeejay School, Faridabad
122. Jubilee Hills Public School, Hyderabad
123. Ryan International School, Khargar, Navi Mumbai
124. Apeejay, Shekh Sarai, New Delhi
125. Loreto Convent, Darjeeling
126. Maneckji Cooper School, Mumbai
127. Loyola School, Jamshedpur
128. Navrachana School, Vadodara
129. Symbiosis International School, Pune
130. Manav Sthali, Rajender Nagar, Delhi
131. St. Vincent’s School, Pune
132. Ryan International School, Kandivili, Mumbai
133. Vidyaranya High School, Hyderabad
134. DPS, Ruby Park, Kolkata
135. Sacred Heart Public School, Chandigarh
136. St. Stephen’s School, Chandigarh
137. DPS, Vadodara
138. Loreto, Shillong
139. St. Kabir Public School, Chandigarh
140. Apeejay School, Nerul, Navi Mumbai
141. Ramjas Sr Secondary School, Delhi
142. G.D. Somani Memorial School, Mumbai
143. La Martinere High School, Lucknow
144. St. Joseph’s Academy, Dehradun
145. St. Kabir School, Ahmedabad
146. Brightlands School, Dehradun
147. St. Germain High School, Bangalore
148. Abhinav Vidyalaya School, Pune
149. Don Bosco, Bandel, Kolkata
150. Salwan Public School, Gurgaon
151. Shaheed Rajpal DAV Public School, New Delhi
152. DPS, Faridabad
153. St. Paul’s, Agartala
154. DAV Public School, Shrestha Vihar, New Delhi
155. Ahlcon Public School, New Delhi
156. Eicher School, Faridabad
157. Ryan International School, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
158. M.P. Birla Foundation Higher Secondary School, Kolkata
159. Calcutta Boys School, Kolkata
160. Podar International School, Navi Mumbai
161. Vivek High School, Chandigarh
162. Amity School, Gurgaon
163. Bal Bharti School, Pitampura, Delhi
164. Seth M.R. Jaipuria School, Lucknow
165. Heritage School, Gurgaon
166. Chettinad Vidyashram, Chennai
167. Swaminarayan International School, Bangalore
168. Shishugriha, Bangalore
169. Assam Rifiles, Shillong
170. Venkateshwara International, Dwarka, New Delhi
171. Manav Rachna International School, Faridabad
172. Hans Raj Model School, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi
173. Convent of Jesus & Mary, Dehradun
174. Salwan Public School, Rajender Nagar, New Delhi
175. The Gurukul, Panchkula, Chandigarh
176. Baldwin Boys High School, Bangalore
177. Blue Bells, New Delhi
178. St. Anthony High School, Mumbai
179. St. Mary’s High School, Hyderabad
180. Johnson Grammar, Hyderabad
181. PSBB Millennium School, Chennai
182. St. Anne’s Convent School, Chandigarh
183. All Saints High School, Pune
184. Tagore International, New Delhi
185. Udgam School, Ahmedabad
186. St. Ann’s High School, Mumbai
187. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Chennai
188. Apeejay, Pitampura, New Delhi
189. DPS, Patna
190. Chinmaya Central School, Hyderabad
191. Gear Foundation, Bangalore
192. St. Stanislaws High School, Mumbai
193. St. Anne’s Girls High School, Kalbadevi, Mumbai
194. Mount St. Mary’s, Delhi Cantt
195. Christ Church School, Clare Road, Mumbai
196. The Heritage School, Kolkata
197. DPS, Chandigarh
198. DPS, Bokaro
199. New Era School, Mumbai
200. Venkateshwara International, Bangalore

Jobs in Kendriya Vidyalaya

Jobs in Kendriya Vidyalaya
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Location : Thiruvananthapuram
Jobs Details :- Application are invited for the Posts of Teachers in Kendriya Vidyalaya. 1-Post Name : Teachers
Qualifications : 1. Two years’ Integrated Post Graduate M.Sc Course of Regional College of Education of NCERT in the concerned subject; Or Master Degree from a recognized Universitywith atleast 50% marks in aggregate in the following subjects:

a) PGT (English)- English
b)PGT (Hindi) – Hindi or Sanskrit with Hindi as one of the subjects at Graduate level.
c) PGT (Maths) Mathematics/ Applied Mathematics
d) PGT (Physics)–Physics / Electronics/Applied Physics/ Nuclear Physics.
e) PGT (Chemistry) Chemistry/ Bio. Chem.
f)PGT (Biology) – Botany/ Zoology/ Life Sciences/Bio Sciences/ Genetics/ Micro Biology/Bio Technology/Molecular Bio/Plant Physiology provided they have studied Botany and Zoology at Graduation level.
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h) PGT Geography-Geography
i) PGT (Commerce) – Master’s Degree in Commerce. However, holder of Degrees of M.Com in Applied/Business Economics shall not be eligible. PGT (Economics) – Economics/ Applied Economics/ Business Economics. 2. B.Ed. or equivalent degree from recognized university 3. Proficiency in teaching in Hindi and English media.
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Monday, July 29, 2013

Indian Budget History

Indian Budget“Budget” is derived from an early 15th century French word, “Bougette”, which means purse or a leather bag. According to several popular accounts, Bougette or the purse was used by the British Chancellor to carry his papers, which he presented to the British Parliament. But, it was only in the year 1873 that the word was used particularly to describe an annual financial statement.

Indian Budget History
India’s first Union Budget was presented by Mr. R K Shanmukham Chetty, who served as a Finance Minister in Jawaharlal Nehru’s cabinet, on November 26, 1947.
The present Finance Minister, Pranab Mukherjee’s budget speech 2011-12 was the 80st budget presentation in the history of independent India.

The Indian budget history can be broadly divided into two phases: 1) Pre-liberalization and 2) Post-liberalization.

Pre-liberalization :- India, after independence adopted socialist policies and its budget speeches reflected its protectionist attitude at the macro level. By the 70’s, India was considered as the most protected & controlled economies of the world and had more than half of its population living below the poverty line.
Nov, 1947: India’s first budget was, more or less, an inspection of the state of Indian economy just after India’s independence. No new taxes were proposed at this time as the Budget day for 1948-49 was just 95 days away. Soon in 1949, Mr. R K Shanmukham Chetty had to resign due to his differences with Pandit Nehru.

1959-64 & 1967-69: Morarji Desai, who later also became the Prime Minister of India, has the distinction of presenting the maximum number of Budgets, 8, a record that stands even today. He also presented two interim budgets in both his first and second terms.

1982-85: Pranab Mukherjee became the first RajyaSabha (Upper House) member to present the budget as the finance minister of the country.

1987-89: Rajiv Gandhi was the 3rd prime minister to present the budget after Jawaharlal Nehru (1958-59) and Indira Gandhi (1969-70).

1991-92: It’s the year when the final and interim Budgets were presented by Finance Ministers of two different political parties. While Yashwant Sinha presented the interim budget, the final budget was presented by Manmohan Singh.

Post-liberalisation :- Manmohan Singh and his reforms completely changed the direction of Indian economic policy. Post-liberalization, India moved away from the state led economy and integrated itself with the world by way of imposing lesser controls on private business activities and lowering the entry barriers for new entrants, whether domestic or foreign. The GDP of India too grew enormously since 1991. Post-liberalization, the Union Budget of India reflected the finance ministers’ attempts to come up with progressive pro-growth policies.

1992-93: The year marked the dawn of new era in the Indian economy. Manmohan Singh was back as India’s FM and opened up the economy, promoted foreign investments and reduced import duties.
1996-97 & 2004-08: Darling of Indian industries, P. Chidambram served as FM in United Front government in 1996-97.

In 2008, got accolades for his policies that insulated India from the impact of recession.
24th Jan, 2009: Pranab Mukherjee holds the position of a finance minister in the present UPA government and has been entrusted with the task of making pro-growth announcements in the 2012-13 budget.

Union Budget 2012-13: Disappointing a large section of income tax payers in the country, finance minister Pranab Mukherjee made a small raise in the exemption limit in his Budget speech.
Pranab Mukherjee raised the exemption limit for income tax by just Rs 20,000 from Rs 1,80000 to Rs 2 lakh.
The new tax slabs are as follows:
Up to Rs 2 lakh: No tax
From Rs 2 lakh to 5 lakh: 10%
From Rs 5 lakh to 10 lakh: 20%
Above Rs 10 lakh: 30%

Budget 2013-14: Highlights: Union Finance Minister P. Chidambaram presents Budget 2013-14 in the Lok Sabha Tax credit of Rs. 2,000 for income upto Rs. 5 lakh; Surcharge of 10 per cent for taxable incomes above Rs. 1 crore, No review of tax slabs; Commodity transaction tax for non-agri commodity trading; Tax Deducted at Source to be fixed at 1% on land deals over Rs 50 lakh; 30% excise duty hike on SUVs; 6% excise duty hike on mobiles above Rs. 2,000.
Tax credit of Rs. 2,000 for income upto Rs. 5 lakh
Surcharge of 10 per cent for taxable incomes above Rs. 1 crore, No review of tax slabs

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