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Master of Social work (MSW) is a
professional and academic discipline which
seeks to improve the quality of life and
wellbeing of an individual, group or
community by intervening through research,
policy, community organizing, direct practice
and teaching on behalf of those afflicted with
social injustices and violations of their human
rights. The graduates from any streams can
apply for this master degree.
Today the society is becoming more and
more complex in its working. The prime slogan
of todays world is the survival of the fittest.
This has increased the number of helpless,
deprived and downtrodden. Here is role of
social work comes into play. Social work
utilizes resources to tackle and minimize the
problems of such folks and try to ameliorate
and alleviate their pain and suffering. Social
workers try to prevent social problems caused
by poverty, unemployment, inadequate
health, illiteracy, alcoholism, drug abuse,
natural disasters etc. They also try to improve
the life of certain unreached like disabled,
old aged, orphan and women. The days are
gone when social work was done only for
philanthropic purpose. Now it has become a
vast professional course offered by institutes
like TISS, IRMA and Delhi School of Social Work
keeping in eyes the proliferation of NGOs in
every nooks and corner of the world. Many
students now prefer social work courses and
get wide varieties of opportunities.
Distinction between Social Work Profession
(MSW) and other Professions
Professional social work practice is
distinctive from other professions in its
approach of assisting clients to function
optimally within their environments. The
person-in-environment approach is central to
social work practice. Today, social work
professionals assist individuals, families,
groups, organizations, communities and
society in the areas such as aging, child
welfare, children and youth services,
community organization, criminal justice,
crisis counseling, disaster assistance,
domestic violence and victim assistance,
MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (MSW)
Teena Machado, Udyavar
ICYM Council Member,
Udupi Diocese
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employee assistance programs, family
services, homelessness and shelters,
hospitals, juvenile justice, mental health,
mental retardation / developmental
disabilities, public health, public welfare,
schools (elementary and secondary),
substance abuse, vocational rehabilitation.
Within these areas and others, professional
social workers are responsible for the
administration, budgets and funding,
management, policy analysis and planning,
program development and supervision.
Job Opportunities Available to Social Workers
(MSWs)
With the growth in welfare activities of the
State and Voluntary Organizations, students
qualified in this field have ample of career
opportunities for their future prospects. Some
career opportunities are given below:
Industrial and Business Organizations
(Human resource manager, Labour Welfare
Officer, Recruitment and Training Officer,
Industrial Counselor and Industrial Relations
Officer in Industries, Labour Inspectors and
Labour Commissioners, Human Resource
Development/Personnel Officer, Strategic HR
Manager, HR Innovation Personnel, Labour
Officer, Employee Relations Officer, Labour
and Welfare Officer and Industrial Relations
Officer, Consultants), Central and State
Government Departments, Hospitality
Industry, Information Technology,
Government Departments (Child
Development Project Officer, Block
development Officer, Project Holders,
Panchayath),Governmental Organizations
(Directors, Project Managers, Co-ordinators,
Animators), Free-Lancers (Community
Organizers, Social Activists, Facilitators of
Participator Planned Change in Community
Based organizations, Work with Subaltern
groups), Research and Consultation, Teaching,
Community Development Officers in
Corporate Sectors, Hospitals, Clinics, Mental
Health Institutions, Counseling centre, Child
Guidance Clinics, Medical and Psychiatric
Research Organizations, Community Health
Centre and Public Health Programmes, Social
Welfare Agencies, Counselors in Corporate
Sectors, Adoption, Foster Care, Geriatric/
Gerontological Care and Services,
Employment opportunities in prisons, Social
Welfare Departments, Correctional Work,
Voluntary Organizations working with
women in distress, children in difficult
circumstances, group worker and case worker
in mental health institutions, student welfare
officer and school counselor in schools,
colleges, professional and family welfare
institutions, career advancement officer,
social planner/coordinator in the ministry of
health, Rural development, urban
development, HRD and Labour both in state
government and central government,
Research and development officer in
companies, nongovernment organizations
and government organizations, lecturer of
sociology in pre university colleges (PUC),
professor of social work in graduation and post
graduation in social work. To put it in nutshell,
the job opportunities available to MSW are
many in primary, secondary, tertiary,
quaternary and quinary sectors of economy
in all private sector, public sector and
cooperative sector undertakings both in India
and abroad.
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Mangalore - 575003, Karnataka, India
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www:staloysius.edu.in
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India is Asias second largest economy, as
the standard of living of the ordinary Indian
has improved with India becoming a hub
(stress) for foreign investment, Indians earn
more and are ready to spend the extra money
without compromising on quality. Previously
only the rich and famous used to frequent
luxury hotels, but now even people from the
middle segment of society can afford the
luxuries of a five star hotel. The hospitality
industry, especially in India is one among the
fastest growing industries in the world. The
Government of India has declared Tourism and
its ally, the Hospitality Industry as a priority
sector. In 2010, India saw over 50 lakh foreign
tourists and 40 crore domestic tourists. The
tourism industry employs over two crore
people in India. The increasing number of
tourists has resulted in an expansion in the
hospitality sector. With an upcoming large
number of leading international hotel brands,
there has been a tremendous increase in
demand for hospitality professionals in all
areas. Some of the big brands entering India
are Hyatt, Hilton, Marriot, Kempinski and
Accor. There are now 40 international brands
operating in India and new players are still
joining. Each brand in turn is building chain
operations across India. The biggest boom has
been in the Quick Service Restaurant segment
like MacDonalds, KFC, Pizza Hut and Dominos
to name a few. Specialty restaurants have also
seen a growth as the demand for specialty
HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY IN INDIA
SKY IS THE LIMIT
HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY IN INDIA
SKY IS THE LIMIT
food like Italian, Mexican and Thai cuisine is
increasing. Earning revenues worth billions
of dollars, the industry is dynamic and fast
growing. The opportunities for career
advancement in this sector, post-recession,
are immense. Hospitality and travel
organizations are on the lookout for talent to
manage their hotels, restaurants, resorts,
spas, travel agencies and airline companies
worldwide.
Why pursue hotel management?
If you enjoy learning about new cultures,
meeting new people and travelling
extensively, a career in hotel management can
fulfill your dreams. This dynamic industry
promises a speedy growth with opportunities
to travel and interact with diverse people. The
successful completion of this course opens
up avenues for those eager to work and live
in countries like the USA, U.K, Canada, France,
Middle East and other European nations.
A golden opportunity to work in a glamorous
industry
Many chefs are now becoming celebrities
because of their hard work and passion for
the profession. Chefs appear on television,
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cookery shows and generate a number of
devoted fans and supporters. Many chefs own
or work in high-quality upscale restaurants
and are written about at great length in
prestigious newspapers and magazines. Other
chefs enjoy fame by working along with
Hollywood and Bollywood celebrities and
famous people.
In addition to the excellent prospects for
advancement, the culinary profession offers
you a flexible working environment, and a job
with a good future. Working in the hospitality
industry or becoming a chef gives you plenty
of opportunities to exhibit your talent and
creativity.
If you have a taste and curiosity for
experimenting with spirits and wines from
various parts of the world, the Food and
Beverage Service department should be your
department of choice , with job opportunities
in the exquisite areas of wine tasting, flair
bartending , specialized food service etc .This
core department is an integral part of the hotel
industry.
The Front office department is another
very visible part of the hotel, the front office
personnel are the first people we come in
contact with when we enter the hotel, our
experience at the hotel depends largely on
the interaction we have with the people at
the reception. Qualities such as efficiency,
patience, good communication skills and the
want to go the extra mile to please the
customer are the requisites of front office
personnel.
A rather obscure and not so glamorous,
but a very important part of hotel operations
is the Housekeeping department which works
in tandem with the Front Office, whose
services are required throughout our stay at
the hotel, this department is responsible for
the upkeep of the rooms at the hotel.
Although the job is demanding in nature, it
inculcates a sense of the efficiency,
punctuality and discipline in the employee.
The entrepreneurial path
After having served in the industry for a
couple of years and gaining enough
experience, one can even start up ones own
business and become an entrepreneur. There
are plenty of examples where people have
achieved great success by launching business
ventures like hotels, restaurants and the like.
There is a direct correlation between the
booming tourism and hospitality industry and
demand for good talented people. This is a
service-based industry, which wants young
and energetic individuals, with creativity,
passion, ambition and knowledge. In the
future, students would be seeing a
phenomenal growth. Now being part of this
industry has become a global career choice
for many. The pay scale offered by the
industry is at par with the IT and engineering
sector.
An estimated one lakh career oriented
professional jobs are to be filled in the current
year. The demand will further increase to two
lakh per year by 2015.
Despite the numerous opportunities
available in the hospitality industry, the
number of students pursuing a course in the
field of hospitality is low due to ignorance of
the job opportunities in this sector, which is
still increasing.
Demand for degrees, newer study hotspots
With Mangalore being an education hub
and boasting a history of famous hoteliers,
the emergence of the city as a centre for
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quality hospitality education is
unprecedented. Institutions like The Sarosh
Institute of Hotel Administration, Welcome
Group of Hotel Administration, Srinivas
Institute of Hotel Management etc. are
among the ilk of the best hotel management
colleges providing quality hospitality
education.
As if on cue, there has been a parallel surge
in interest in hospitality management
programs offered by universities, colleges,
and now business schools. In the past, the
traditional destinations for hospitality
education were Europe, the United States and
the United Kingdom. Of late, countries such
as Australia, Canada and South East Asia are
fast climbing the popularity charts. These
destinations offer cost-effective programs for
students looking for international
qualifications. In addition to the traditional
degrees and vocational diplomas in
hospitality, MBA degrees in hospitality
management are being fashioned for hotel
industry aspirants who want to gain
management expertise in diverse areas such
as operations, revenue management,
marketing management, real estate finance
and investment.
The hospitality industry is one of the
largest and most dynamic industries in the
world. With the fast growth and tremendous
opportunities throughout Asia, especially in
India, currently the hospitality industry in this
region has great demand for professionals
with management skills, industry expertise,
and international experience and
perspective, says Aileen Fan, Director of
Marketing, Cornell-Nanyang Institute of
Hospitality Management, Singapore.
Countries such as Switzerland, United
States, and United Kingdom have been
globally reputed for hospitality and tourism
education. However, courses offered in these
countries come with a big price tag, though,
and thus, the emergence of reliable yet
comparatively more affordable programs in
countries like Singapore and Australia which
have drawn hordes of Indian students over
the last 6 to 7 years, observes Amy Daga,
Lecturer, Hospitality & Tourism Business
(International Programme), Temasek
Polytechnic, Singapore. Daga, a graduate from
Indias Institute of Hotel Management has
worked in reputed hotel chains and
restaurants in India and the United Kingdom.
With major hospitality companies scaling
for success in the global marketplace, the
focus is recruiting professionals who bring an
international business and cultural
perspective into the organization. We find
that students with international degrees are
beginning to pick up good jobs and there is
respect for them in the market, notes
Thadani. International degrees are not given
extra weight age in India unless the candidate
is from a highly reputed international
institute such as Cornell, Cordon Bleu, EHL or
the Culinary Institute of America. Personally,
I would evaluate a candidate based on the
deliverables that the candidate brings to the
position with his or her international
exposure, says Arvind Shenoy, General
Manager, Radisson BLU Hotel Rudrapur.
Ultimately its all about having the right
attitude for the hotel industry, sums up
Thadani.
With the right attitude, an international
qualification from a reputed hospitality
school, and global work experience, the sky
is the limit.
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recommended for the physically challenged,
sportsman, people with degenerative
disorders and those afflicted with arthritis,
neurological dysfunction and so on. It could
also include heat radiation, water therapy,
massages, diathermy, traction and other
procedures. A physiotherapist works in areas
such as pediatrics, exercise & sport, ergonomic
& occupational health, accident &
rehabilitation, illness & disease, womens
health including preparation for pregnancy &
birth and in geriatrics.
A physiotherapist works with a wide range
of people; people injured in accidents,
crippled children, people with genetic
physiological aberration, people with
neurological and orthopedic problems,
disabled elderly patients, people with cardiac
problems, and even patients with burn
injuries.
Its a physiotherapists responsibility to
help restore a patients body to its optimal
functioning level, of course with the patients
co-operation. The main task of a
Physiotherapist is helping patients to get back
to their daily life.
GETTING INTO PHYSIOTHERAPY:
If you want to become a physiotherapist,
you first need to determine if this career path
is a good fit for you. The physiotherapists
should have an interest in helping people who
have difficulty with physical mobility due to
injury or illness. They need to be passionate
PHYSIOTHERAPY AN OVERVIEW
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Doctors add years to life but
Physiotherapists add life to years
Physiotherapy is basically a form of
treatment using physical exercises. It is a
preventive and remedial procedure that is
very often used as a supplement with oral
medicines. Besides, physiotherapy helps in
optimal functioning of the body. It involves
assessing, treating and preventing disorders
of human movement. Example: fractures,
spastics, spondylysis, etc.
Physiotherapy can be defined as the
assessment, evaluation and treatment,
prevention of physical disability, movement
dysfunction and pain resulting from injury,
disease, disability, or other health related
conditions.
Physiotherapy is a science that seeks to
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physiotherapists help is specially
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about promoting overall health and fitness.
To enter into the course of physiotherapy
you need to pass 10+2 with Physics,
Chemistry, Biology and English. It is basically
a 4 years under graduate course with 6 months
internship(BPT) and then 2 years more if you
wish to do Masters in Physiotherapy(MPT).
SCOPE:
The scope of a Physiotherapy is quite vast
in india and in overseas too. So, it is a good
field to choose. After completing this course,
you can get jobs in clinics, hospitals, health
departments, private nursing homes, Centers
for physically and mentally challenged
people, community health centers,
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private practices, rehabilitation centers,
Sports clinics and fitness centers. You can even
open a clinic of your own.
There is a tremondous increase in scope
for quality Physiotherapy worldwide. As the
years pass by the scope keep increasing
because of the advanced lifestyle. In the
beginning you can start working under a
qualified doctor for some time and try to get
some certificate course and then start
practicing.
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Civil Service Overview
Civil Service continues to be one of the
most coveted professions in the country. It is
more about accountability and contributing
to the society. The prestige associated with
the IAS may be a vestige of the ICS since the
British days. With nearly 25 other allied
services, it constitutes the steel frame of
governance in India, responsible for enforcing
law and order, implementing policy decisions,
conceiving projects, instrumental in all the
revenue administration of the State etc. And
as one moves higher up the bureaucratic
ladder, one may be heading any one of the
myriad government departments ranging
from tourism to education, taxation to urban
infrastructure, agriculture to public works,
housing and so on.
All Civil Service Officers (IAS, IFS and IPS
etc.,) are appointed under the seal of
President of India and can be removed from
service only by the President. Civil Service
gives an opportunity to serve the people
directly with official Government machinery.
Civil service involves diversity of skills,
leadership abilities and ability to manage
challenging tasks. The Civil Services job along
with social pride and prestige derives
satisfaction within an individual by serving the
society.
A civil servant should discharge his/her
functions by maintaining absolute integrity,
allegiance to the constitution and the law of
the nation, patriotism, national pride,
devotion to duty, honesty, impartiality and
transparency.
All Civil Service Officers are entitled to get
study leave to pursue higher education. All
India Civil Service Officers (IAS, IPS and IFS)
get 6 years of leave to pursue Higher Education
and specialization in top universities in the
world. The Officers who pursue higher
education or specialization are duly entitled
to receive their monthly salaries, the
expenses of the immediate family are taken
care by the Government and their experience
is counted for their promotions.
UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION :
1. All India Services
Indian Administrative Service (IAS)
Indian Foreign Service (IFS)
Indian Police Service (IPS)
Indian Forest Service (IFoS)
2. Group A Services
Indian Revenue Service (IRS)
Indian Audit and Accounts Service
Indian P&T Accounts & Finance Service
Indian Customs and Central Excise Service
Indian Defence Accounts Service
Indian Ordinance Factories Service
Indian Civil Accounts Service etc.,
Apart from the above, selection to certain
Group B Services as follows, are also selected
through the Civil Services Examination
3. Group B Services
Central Secretariat Service
Railway Board Secretariat Service
Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service
Customs Appraisers Service
Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar and
Lakshadweep Civil Service
Pondicherry Civil Service
Pondicherry Police Service etc.,
Who can join Civil Service?
Any Graduate or Post Graduate who
qualify all the norms set by UPSC and has the
CIVIL SERVICES
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3 Ds (Strong Desire, Decision and
Determination) coupled with human values
especially patience and humility can become
a Civil Service Officer. Preparation at the early
age is absolutely required.
How to get into Civil Services
Scheme of Civil Services Examination
The Civil Services Examination consists of
two successive stages -
1 Civil Services Preliminary Examination
(Objective type) for the selection of
candidates for the Main Examination and
2 Civil Servises Main Examination (Written
and Interview) for the selection of
candidates for the various Services and
post. The Preliminary Examination consists
of two papers of Objective type (Multiple
choice questions) each of 200 marks and
carries a total of 400 marks. The question
papers are set both in Hindi and English.
Each paper is of two hours duration. Blind
candidates are allowed extra time of
twenty minutes for each paper.
Scheme of Preliminary Examination
This examination is meant to serve as a
screening test only. the marks obtained in the
Preliminary Examination by the candidates
who are declared qualified for admission to
the Main Examination will not be counted for
determing their final order of merit. The
number of candidates to be admitted to the
Main Examination will be about twelve to
thirteen times the total approximate number
of vacancies to be filled in the year in the
various Services and posts. Only those
candidates who are Declared by the
Commission to have qualified in the
Preliminary Examination in the year are
eligible for writing the Main Examination of
that year.
There will be 2 papers of 200 marks each. It
is mandatory for the candidate to appear in
both the papers of civil Services (Prelim)
Examinations for the purpose of evaluation.
Therefore a candidate will be disqualified in
case he/she does not appear on both the
papers of Civil Services (Prelim) Examinations
Preliminary Examination 2014
UPSC Preliminary services Examinations
2014 will Commence on 24th August 2014 and
its notification will be done on May 17th 2014
and the last date for receipt of application is
June 16th 2014.
Civil Services Aptitude Test
The Preliminary Examination of Union
Public Service Commission for Civil Services
Examination is also popularly called CSAT or
Civil Services Aptitude Test. The CSAT is
actually the Second paper of General Studies
that was introduced in 2011. The CSAT was
implemented to end the use of scaling system
for varying subjects in the General Studies
paper and was a matter of concern for many
Civil Services councillors. With the
introductions of the CSAT the UPSC now
intends to choose Civil Servants who not only
have the knowledge but also the aptitude for
reasoning and analytical brain.
There are some changes made in the Civil
Services Examination from 2013. Its for the
first time the Indian Forest Service (IFS)
aspirants were combined with the Civil
services aspirants and are made to take
Preliminary Examination. These Indian Forest
Service aspirants who may eventually clear
the Preliminary examination have to write
seperate exams for their mains Indian Forest
Service Examination.
There is also a pattern chance in the Civil
Services mains Examination introduced from
2013. Now there are four compulsory papers
of General Studies, there is only one optional
subject now instead of two, plus there is one
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compulsory essay paper. English and one
language paper is of only qualifying nature,
UPSC Civil Services Main Examination
The Civil Services Main examination is
designed to test the academic talent of the
aspirant. also his/her ability to present his/
her knowledge in a clear and coherant manner.
The main Examination is intended to assess
the overalla intellectual traits and depth of
understanding of candidates rather than
merely the range of their information and
memory,
The UPSC has revised the pattern of civil
Services Main examination from 2013.
Now there are 7 + 2 = 9 papers to be
answered in the main examination. All of
them are descriptive type. There are two
qualification papers 1) Any modern Indian
language 2) English. These are of 300 marks
each. Their marks will not be counted in the
main examination.
The Candidate is allowed to use any one
language from the Eighth Schedule of the
Constitution or English as the medium of
writing the Examination. according to the new
pattern there are Four General Studies
paper each comprising of 300 Marks with a
total of 1200 Marks. The scope of the syllabus
of General Studies is of degree level.
There is only one optional subject to
choose from the list of subjects.It comprises
of two papers each of 300 marks. So the total
of optional paper 600 marks. Candidate is
allowed to take up literature as an optional
Subject Without the conditionality of having
to do his/her graduation in that languages
literature. The scope of the syllabus of
optional paper is higher than the bachelors
degree but lower than the masters level.
Interview/Personality Test is of 300 Marks.
Candidate can give preference of the
language in which they may like to be
interviewed. UPSC will make arrangement for
the translators.
The total mark of the written examination
is 2000 Marks.
The interview/Personality Test will be of
300 marks.
The Grand Total 2300 Marks.
Summary of the Latest Pattern of civil
Services(Mains) Examination
Paper 1 : Language - 300 Marks
Candidate can take any Modern Indian
language but this paper is of qualifying nature.
Paper 2 : English - 300 Marks
This paper is of qualifying nature
Paper 3 : Essay - 200 Marks
Can be written in the medium or language
of the candidates choice.
Paper 4 : General Studies - 1 : 300 Marks
(Indian Heritage and culture, Histoty and
Geography of the world and Society)
Paper 5 : General Studies - 2 : 300 Marks
(Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social
Justice and International relations)
Paper 6 : General Studies - 3 : 300 Marks
(Technology, Economic Development, Bio
- diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster
Mangement)
Paper 7 : General Studies - 4 : 300 Marks
(Ethics, Intergrity and Aptitude), Marks
carried by General studies was 4 * 250 = 1000
Paper 8
Optional Subject - Paper 1- 300 Marks
Paper 9
Optional Subject - Paper 2 - 300 Marks
Candidate is allowed to take up literature
as an optional subject without the
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conditionality of having to do his/her
graduation in that languages literature.
Sub Total (written Test) 2000 marks
Marks of English and language will not be
counted so total marks for written exam will
be 2000 marks only.
Interview/Personality Test - 300 marks
Candidate can give preference of the
language in which they may like to be
interviewed, UPSC will make arrangement for
the translators
Grand Total 2300 Marks
A candidate is allowed to use any one
language from the Eighth Schedule of the
Constitution or English as the medium of
writing the examination.
Note : Marks obtioned by the candidates for
all papers EXCEPT PAPER A & B will be counted
for merit ranking. However, the Commission
will have the discretion to fix qualifying Marks
in any or all papers of the examination
aspirants can log on to UPSCs official website
(www.upsc.gov.in) to see the detailed,
notification.
Part - B - Main Examination - optional Subjects
General Studies
Essay
English Qualifying
Indian Languages
Agriculture Main Syllabus
Animal Husbandary & Veterinary Science
Botony Main Syllabus
Chemistry Main Syllabus
Civil Engineering Main Syllabus
Commerce Main syllabus
Economics Main syllabus
Electrical Engineering Main syllabus
Geography Main syllabus
Geology Main syllabus
Indian History Main syllabus
Law Main syllabus
Mathematics Main syllabus
Mechanical Engineering Main syllabus
Medical Science Main syllabus
Philosophy Main syllabus
Physics Main syllabus
Political Science Main syllabus
Psychology Main syllabus
Public Administration Main syllabus
Sociology Main syllabus
Statistics Main syllabus
Zoology Main syllabus
Antropology Main syllabus
Assemese Main syllabus
Bengali Main syllabus
Chinese Main syllabus
English Main syllabus
French Main syllabus
German Main syllabus
Gujarati Main syllabus
Hindi Main syllabus
Kannada Main syllabus
Kashmiri Main syllabus
Konkani Main syllabus
Malayalam Main syllabus
Manipuri Main syllabus
Marati Main syllabus
Nepali Main syllabus
Oriya Main syllabus
Punjabi Main syllabus
Russion Main syllabus
Sanskrith Main syllabus
Sindhi Main syllabus
Tamil Main syllabus
Telugu Main syllabus
Urdu Main syllabus
Management Main syllabus
Compiled by : KROSS, Bangalore & Iola Tauro
(Income Tax Officer)
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YCS / YSM - National Animators/Directors Training at Indore from 7-14 March 2014

YCS/YSM NATIONAL CONVENTION, BHOPAL - 2014
Place : St. Xavier School, Barkheda, Bhopal
Date : 18-21 May 2014
Theme : Explore, Experience, Exchange
Delegates : Students and Animators; 10 student members per diocese (members from VIII to XII
Std); 3 animators and DYD/Lay Coordinator
Fee : Registration Fees : Rs 500/- and travelling expenses + Diocesan Contribution : Rs 5000/+All
members of the diocese - contribution : Rs 20 each
Things to be brought by the delegates : Two bed sheets, Towel and toilet articles, Cultural dress,
Bible (Holy book), Songs and plays, Vernacular hymns for mass and prayer service, Medicines.
One page of ones faith experience in life and in the movement. Mementoes to be shared with
your friends.
For any clarification you may call youth office by phone (Mob : 09448331894) or email us on
ycsysmindia@gmail.com.

ASIAN YOUTH DAY
DAEJON DIOCESE, SOUTH KOREA
REGISTRATIONS OPEN SEND DETAILS BEFORE MARCH 30, 2014 TO ICYM NATIONAL
OFFICE... HURRY UP!!!
KINDLY NOTE THE INFORMATION REGARDING AYD-2014
AYD 2014 Daejeon, South Korea; a study cum cultural exposure Program with Young
Asians from 09 18 August 2014 (10 13: Days in Dioceses & 13 17: Main Events)
Registrations starts form 15th of this Month... Reg. Amount Rs. 15,000/- (Non Refundable)
Please send filled Reg. Form, Passport Photo copy and DD of Rs. 15,000/- in Favor of
ASIAN YOUTH DAY payable at South Indian Bank, Connaught Place, Delhi 110001. Total
contribution of the study cum cultural exposure program Rs. 77,000/- (those who register
before March 30th). After March 31 this rate will increase. We have to block or buy the
tickets. Those who are interested please hurry up. First come first serve.
YOUTH PROGRAMMES
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If you are transferring money PLEASE let us know before you transfer
(Details given below) :
A/c. Name: ASIAN YOUTH DAY, A/c No. 0153053000011841,IFSC: SIBL0000153, South Indian
Bank, Connaught Place, Delhi 110001Contact Person: Mr. Prashanth DSouza, Mobile:
09311968194 Email: prashantharva@gmail.comDirectors Email: franklinphillip@gmail.com,
office Email: icymnationaloffice@gmail.com

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REGIONAL PROGRAMME
MOTIVATION PROGRAMME FOR THE YOUTH
Those who are interested to travel abroad for job and Scholarship for studying in India for
them ICYM Karnataka is Conducting Motivation Classes, leadership Training programme. From
each diocese from Karnataka 7 members (3 Girls + 4 Boys having English Knowledge) and from
each Regional youth Movement 7 members (3 Girls + 4 Boys having English Knowledge ) has the
opportunity to participate in this programme. It will be on 29-30 March, 2014. It may be in Mysore.
We are looking for place to conduct, if any change we will inform you. For this programme ICYM
tied up with the Canadian company called EHE Canada -Expanding Human Endeavors INC.
Registration Fee Rs.100. Lodging, Food and Training is free.
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Choosing the courses after 12th commerce
is one of the most difficult tasks for commerce
students who have done 10+2 and searching
the best career option. In this stage students
are very confused on the options after 12th
commerce. Some students search for the
academic courses and some search for
professional courses.
Once you are done with 10th standard, it is
important that you choose your stream very
carefully at class 12th so that you could pursue
the career of your dreams. Comparative
studies also say that only little percentage of
students knows which career option they
want to take up.
As a result often students make a mistake
of taking up a stream that they switch just
after completing 12th as they realize their
priorities. However for your delight the fact
remains the same that you can move to your
desired career option at any point of time.
Keeping this in context I have made a small
attempt of putting forward some of the best
careers in Commerce as well as the
Management Sector.
Career in Commerce
Commerce is arguably the most popular
academic choice in India and is one of the
three central academic streams, the other two
being humanities and science. While pursuing
a course in this field, one acquires knowledge
related to corporate finance, stock markets
and the inner financial functioning of various
profit and non-profit institutions and the
economy, on the whole. The concept of trade
and commerce consists of a wide range of
interdisciplinary branches such as
Accountancy, Business Administration, E-
Commerce, Economics and Taxation laws etc.
Since the Indian economy is one of the fastest
growing economies in the world, the need
for gifted specialists, who can add to the
economic growth of the country, is also
snowballing. To serve this surging demand,
innumerable commerce colleges around the
country are now offering quality education
and training, to millions of students in this
field.
Courses
Several colleges and institutes in India
offer a number of courses in commerce at both
undergraduate and post-graduate levels. At
the undergraduate level, one can pursue
Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com), Bachelor of
Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of
Business Studies (BBS) and Bachelor in
Business Management/Administration (BBM/
A) - all of which are available as part-time and
full-time courses. At the post-graduate level,
one can pursue Master of Commerce
(M.Com), Master in Business Administration
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(MBA) and other specialized courses in areas
such as Finance and Banking, Marketing and
Entrepreneurship etc. on both part-time and
full-time basis. There are a number of
professional institutions/universities
providing courses like, Chartered
Accountancy (CA), Chartered Financial Analyst
Program (CFA) and Company Secretary
Program (CS), etc. for those looking to get into
specialized fields.
In order to get into an undergraduate
commerce program, candidates must have
cleared their 10+2, preferably in commerce,
from any recognized state/national board. To
apply for a post-graduate course, the
candidate must have a Bachelors degree in
commerce from any recognized institution.
M.Com
The course is available on both part-time
and full-time basis and the fee structure in a
government college could range from Rs.
3,000-10,000. However, in a private institution,
the fee structure could range from Rs. 50,000
1, 20,000.
CA
At the time of registration, candidates have
to pay around Rs.1500-2000 to sit for the CPT
(Common Proficiency Test), which is a pre-
requisite to pursue CA. The course duration is
5 years and the average fee structure ranges
from Rs. 17,000 20,000.
CFA
CFA is a three-year post-graduate program
and the fee structure is nearly Rs. 20,000
25,000 per year.
CS
The CS program is offered by all major ICSI
institutes across India and for the commerce
students, the entire fee structure can range
between Rs.7,000- 10,000.
Scholarships/Arrangement of Funds
Now a days it is very easy to obtain
scholarships for commerce courses, provided
the candidate can produce their merit
certificates and also display the right amount
of potential on the scholarship test/form. The
AOC Scholarship Program, Indian National
Scholarship Scheme, J.P. Morgan Chase
Scholarship Program, the Government of India
Scholarship and the Apex Life Scholarship
offer substantial aid to students at both
undergraduate and post-graduate levels.
Students looking for financial assistance
can also obtain loans from banks such as SBI
(State Bank of India), Axis Bank, HDFC Bank,
ICICI Bank, Bank of India and Bank of Baroda
etc. These loans are available for higher
education both in India and abroad. The
quantum of finance available to students by
way of educational loans depends on the
courses they intend to pursue, their academic
performance so far and, at times, on their
score in the scholarship test. Such financial
aid usually covers tuition fees, cost of books
and accommodation fees. Till the repayment
period of such aid starts, the parents or
guardians of the student act as primary
debtors for the loan.
Where to Study
Top Colleges Offering Undergraduate Courses
Some of the top commerce colleges for
undergraduate courses in India are-
Shri Ram College of Commerce (Delhi),
Loyola College (Chennai),
Stella Maris (Chennai),
MOP Vaishnav College (Chennai),
Symbiosis University (Pune),
Christ University (Bangalore),
St. Josephs College (Bangalore),
Jain University (Bangalore),
Narsee Monjee College (Mumbai),
BM College (Pune),
Amity University (Delhi) and
St. Xaviers College (Mumbai).
Prospective students can either apply
online or directly fill in the forms at the
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colleges/institutions. In order to be able to
get into a B.Com program or a BBA/M program,
the student will require 10+2 certificates,
from a recognized state/national board, along
with any other additional certificates.
Top Colleges Offering Post-graduate Courses
Some of the top post-graduate commerce
colleges in India are-
Shri Ram College of Commerce (Delhi),
St. Xaviers College (Kolkata),
Presidency College (Chennai),
Symbiosis University (Pune),
Hans Raj College (Delhi),
Narsee Monjee College (Mumbai),
DAV College (Chandigarh),
Nizam College (Hyderabad),
St.Francis College for Women (Hyderabad)
R.A. Podar College (Mumbai).
Post-graduate students require a first-class
(second-class in some cases) commerce
degree from any recognized college/board in
India. Any other additional certificates, letters
of recommendation and statements of
purpose may also have to be presented.
Students can either apply online or directly
fill in the forms at the colleges/institutions.
Specialized Courses
Today, Chartered Accountancy is one of the
most lucrative options for students wanting
to enter the financial sector. While CA is
considered a coveted career, commerce
students can also opt for the Chartered
Financial Analyst Program (CFA), the
Securities Market program or the Company
Secretary Program (CS).
Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
(Delhi)
Institute of Company Secretaries of India
(Delhi)
Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of
India (Kolkata)
CFA Institute
National Institute of Securities Market
(Mumbai)
Institute of Actuaries of India (Mumbai)
While institutes like ICAI, ICSI and ICWAI
are responsible for conducting examinations
for their respective courses, other institutes
offer both, part-time and full-time courses,
along with conducting quarterly
examinations. Before enrolling at any of the
ICAI branches in India, the students should by
and large have-
Passed 10+2 examination (in any
discipline, preferably commerce) or its
equivalent from any recognized board and
then appear for the CPT (Common
Proficiency Test). Or
A bachelors degree with an aggregate of
50% or above (need not appear for the
CPT).
3-4 years of professional work experience
(to get into the CFA Institute).
Essential Attributes
In order to excel in all profiles of
commerce, students need to have more than
just number-crunching skills. They would
need to keep themselves abreast about the
markets around the world and will have to be
innovative in their thinking and work
practices. Also, candidates will have to be
articulate, meticulous and should also be able
to network effectively. What sets commerce
students apart from the rest is the
understanding of social and ethical
dimensions of business among all others. In
order to be able to operate on a global
platform, candidates should be evaluative,
apply logical and rational thinking, be critical
and flexible and should also, learn to make
smart choices.
Careers in Management
Management as a word holds multifold
connotations, but it does have a certain
meaning as a career option. In the modern
era of technology, the expansive and
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comprehensive global market presents
amazing and excellent career opportunities
in different fields of management, wherein
human resources, financial resources, natural
resources and, of course, technological
resources are widely utilized. Talking about
the field of management, an individual is
taught how to work with a team in order to
achieve some pre-defined goals and targets
of the respective organization. As such, the
field asks for some intrinsic managing traits,
to excel. Though management can be done in
every field, but generally, management is
symbolized to a career in corporate houses,
hospitality industry, multinational firms, etc.,
after pursuing popular management courses,
such as MBA, PGDM, PGDBM, etc. Both the
term and course of management is linked with
one of the highest paid careers in todays
scenario. What completely matters is how an
individual is able to make the most of his/her
degree in the market and get paid for his/her
skills and aptitude.
Course Details:
Courses in management are offered
generally at undergraduate and postgraduate
degree/diploma levels, by private and
government management institutes.
Individuals can pursue these courses through
correspondence mode also. Usually, a 10+2
pass candidate can take up undergraduate
management degree programs, like BBA, BBS,
BBM, etc. For post graduation courses, like
MBA, PGDM, etc., graduation is a mandatory
minimum qualification. Courses at post
graduation level are offered with
specializations in the specific field. Executive
MBA programs for working professionals and
part-time management courses are
conducted at various leading B-schools.
Management courses can be pursued in the
fields of marketing management,
international business management,
information technology, hospitality
management, event management, business
management, human resource management,
financial hospital management, sports
management, operations management,
media management, and many more. Almost
all reputable management institutions in India
admit students through entrance tests, like
CET, CAT, SNAP, MAT, etc. For each type of
recognized and organized business, there is a
management program made available. A
course in management enables one to
understand all major and minor aspects of
business administration/management.
Besides, planning, organizing, leading,
monitoring, delegating, and controlling are
some other essentials of a management
curriculum.
Top Colleges Offering UG/PG/Other Courses:
Some of the most prestigious institutions
for pursuing a management program in India
are: Indian Institute of Management (IIM) at
Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Indore,
Kozhikode, Lucknow, and Shi llong;
Management Development Institute,
Gurgaon; SP Jain Institute of Management &
Research, Mumbai; Xavier Labor Research
Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur; Indian School of
Business, Hyderabad; Faculty of Management
Studies, University of Delhi, New Delhi;
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management
Studies, Mumbai; Institute of Management
Technology, Ghaziabad; International
Management Institute, New Delhi; Narsee
Monjee Institute of Management Studies,
Mumbai; Symbiosis Institute of Business
Management, Pune; Indian Institute of foreign
trade, New Delhi; and TA Pai Management
Institute, Manipal.
Students passing out of PUC (Commerce)
are often given the feeling that they can do
only a B.Com. Some of them think of doing CA
and take it up while many of them simply take
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up B.Com or BBM and hope to get into some
job after the completion of the courses. The
fact of the matter is that commerce students
have plenty of options. All you need to do is
look around for add-on programs, integrated
courses and special subjects offered. There
are selected colleges which offer these high
demand courses both for the students and for
the industry to recruit the right candidates.
Banking -
Retail Banking / Personal banking
Corporate banking
Merchant banking
Treasury group
Rural banking
Product management
Loans executive
Finance/Accounts -
C.A (Chartered Accountant)
C.W (Cost And Work Accountant)
C.F.A (Certified Financial Analyst)
C.F.P (Certified financial planner)
Company Secretary
Insurance -
Actuarial Science
Insurance and Risk Management
Insurance Surveyor
Insurance Surveyor
Insurance Agent
Investments -
Equity Research Analyst
Investment Banker
Mutual Fund Executive
Stock Broker
Capital Market Manager
Forex Dealer
Venture Capitalist
Real Estate
Management -
Human Resource Management
Brand Management
Event Management
International business management
Market Research Management
Retail Management
Marketing And Sales Management
Technology management
Disaster management
Education management
NGO management
Rural Management
Operation And Logistics Management
Export Management
Family business management
Material management
Financial Management
Business Development Management
Computers
Software development
System Architect
Web developers
Multimedia designer
System/IT manager
Database Administrator
Data processing assistant/ Data Entry
Operator
Servicing and Maintenance Technician
Technology management
Economist
Apart from these there is one more course
that I personally recommend every student
to pursue after there under graduation.
SAP :
SAP is an acronym for System Application
& Products which creates a common
centerlised database for all the applications
running in an organization. The application has
been assembled in such a versatile way that
it handles the entire functional department
within an organization. Today major
companies including Microsoft and IBM are
using SAPs Products to run their own
businesses.
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Introduction:
Career in IT is considered as one of the
most high-paying jobs and is full of
opportunities particularly when Indias
progress in information technology industry
is recognized across the globe.
IT refers to the use of technology for data
processing, business solutions & day-to-day
functioning of companies.Every industry
depends on IT - banking, financial services,
retail, media, pharma, automobile,
manufacturing, telecom, hospitality etc.
Newly emerging trends & technologies like
cloud computing, mobile applications, social
media & data analytics give rise to new
opportunities in this sector.Many diploma and
degrees courses are there for those who have
an aptitude and flair for the subject. These
are: Bachelor in Computer Applications
(BCA),Bachelor in Science with Computers
(B.Sc),Masters in Computer Applications
(MCA),M.Sc in computers,Masters in System
Management,B.Tech and B.E,M.Tech,
Certification Courses,Diploma in Computer
Applications,Post Graduate in Computer
Applications,DOEACCs O, A, B, C level
courses.( For Details check the DOEACCs
website.)
Different Roles, Different Names:
Software testing and Quality maintenance:
This dimension of s/w development has
emerged as separate sector in last few
years; which includes the testing of the
development programs and ensuring then
quality in the team technical aspect as well
as operational one.
Services & Application Support and
Software Developers : System integration
& applications management; Networking
& data base management; installation &
maintenance of software applications etc.
are some of the support & services which
from this sector. Software developers are
professionals who are concerned with
facets of the software development
process which involves activities such as
design and coding, computer
programming, project management, etc.
Hardware Engineers: These professionals
do research, design, develop, test, and
oversee the installation of computer
hardware which includes computer chips,
circuit boards, systems, modems,
keyboards, and printers.
System Designer: Professionals involved
in system designing, Logical & Physical
Designing wherein logical designing can be
enumerated as the structure &
characteristics such as output, input, files,
database & procedures, etc.
System Analyst: Computer engineers who
work as systems analyst do research about
the existing problems and plan solutions
for the problem. They also recommend
software and system related problems and
coordinate development between
business development teams.
Networking Engineers: Networking
engineers are computer professionals
involved in designing, implementation,
and troubleshooting of computer
networks.
DBA: DBA or Database Administrator are
the professionals who are bestowed with
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President, ICYM, Udupi Diocese
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the job to design, implement, maintain,
and repair an organizations database.
Application Architect : The role of an
application architect comes into focus once
system analysts have defined the
blueprint for developing an application.
Application architects keep a track of the
ongoing software development activities
and assist software engineers to do their
job.
Network Administrator: The primary role
of a network administrator is to set up and
maintain the interconnectivity of
computers and to ensure the security of
the entire network from different types
of internal as well as external threats
within an organisation. These
professionals also have to monitor various
activities associated with the Internet such
as mailing, chatting, file upload and
download, and so on.
Information technology department have
many scope in govt sector but in private sector
there is a huge scope & various govt sector
available : RAIL, PWC, NTPC, DVC, ONGC, BHEL,
ONGC, BSNL, BANK JOB, FCI etc. Some
magazines for your knowledge update about
information technology are Oracle Magazine,
Linux for you and I C chip.
Tips for Getting Hired:
Like all other engineering professions,
Computer Engineering too requires practical
knowledge to be employable. There is no
short-cut for computer professionals,
whatever one knows needs to be put into
practice and loopholes would come out only
when exposed to projects and other practices.
Therefore, candidates who are willing to make
a career in IT industry should have maximum
exposure to practical knowledge so that they
can perform efficiently. Most of the top IT
colleges impart practical knowledge and offer
internship programs which enlarge the
chances of getting hired.
CONGRATULATION
Mr Joswin Mr Nikil Mathias
Mt Rosary High School, Santhekatte St Francis Xavier High school, Kenha
Participated in YSM the National Student Leaders Training Program (NSLTP)
held at St Johns Seminary, Hyderabad from 13th to 17th November 2013.
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St Lawrence High School
St Lawrence P. U. College
St Lawrence English Medium School
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Parish Priest, Clergy & Parishioners
St Lawrence Church, Moodubelle
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Santhekatte, Kallianpur

With Best Compliments From
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