Jhootha Hi Sahi Movie Review

Every film should be judged purely on the basis of its merits/demerits. Comparisons or drawing parallels with another film, even if it’s helmed by the same director, is not right, in my opinion. But if the posters/billboards/newspaper ads/promotional material of JHOOTHA HI SAHI has an eye-catching line that screams ‘From the director of JAANE TU YA JAANE NA’, if not comparisons, the expectations from JHOOTHA HI SAHI do multiply five-fold, since JAANE TU YA JAANE NA was, in terms of economics, the biggest hit of 2008.

Sadly, Abbas Tyrewala’s new offering JHOOTHA HI SAHI falls flat for this reason [it doesn't meet the expectations] as well as several other reasons. What comes across is unexciting, boring and lethargic. Moments make a love story work and JHOOTHA HI SAHI never reaches there. It lacks the fizz and heart, to put it bluntly. Also, the chemistry between the lead pair – John Abraham and Pakhi – is plastic.

Another department where the film fumbles, besides writing, is its music. It’s an unspoken rule that love stories should be embellished with terrific music, but maestro A.R. Rahman’s compositions in JHOOTHA HI SAHI are lifeless.

Final word? Thumbs down!

When Siddharth [John Abraham] wakes up one night to a call from a desperate man threatening to jump out of the window, he isn’t prepared for what lies ahead. A mixed-up phone number. A desi suicide helpline in London. And various callers demanding that Sid give them a reason to live. Or else… Until one fateful night, Mishka [Pakhi] calls. And they both discover an unlikely bond.

Sid becomes her nameless friend. Her faceless philosopher. And she becomes his reason to rethink about life. Along the way, he also lies to her. Lies about his exciting adventures and daring escapades. The mountains he has climbed and the sharks he has tamed. Until the day they accidentally meet. And Sid falls in love.

How can he tell her the truth? That he’s just a simple bookseller? With four friends, a small apartment and a girlfriend whom no one likes and he doesn’t love.

The first and foremost thing that you expect from a film is an engrossing story and of course, a cohesive screenplay that keeps your attention alive for the next two hours. But the screenplay [Pakhi] is devoid of moments that bring a smile on your face at the end of the screening. Ideally, one would expect the focus to be on the principal pair, but the sub-plots [the friends and their sequences] dominate a good chunk of the film. And that, consequently, makes the film verbose, talk-heavy, tedious and verrry lengthy.

On retrospection, the female protagonist [Pakhi] comes across as a confused character, who finds stability in her life when John stages an entry, but goes back to her ex [Madhavan] for no particular reason. And the moment she does that, she drops John like a hot potato. That’s not all, she, all of a sudden, dumps her ex too and goes back to John. Thanks to this reason, the character comes across as someone who’s stone-hearted, cold and confused and that’s also the reason why you don’t jump with joy when the lovers unite towards the end.

Also, like I pointed out earlier, the multiple tracks in the film are a deterrent. The track of the gay couple is silly and unimaginative, while the relationship between the aggressive and dominating pregnant sister and her Japanese fiance is weird. Also, if the sensibilities of the film are Western and the humour British, the ending becomes Bollywoodish conveniently. The entire sequence at the bridge looks so filmy.

Director Abbas Tyrewala has filmed a number of sequences impeccably, but the writing is flaccid and the prime reason why the film fails to register an impact. Rahman’s music is of the fast-forward variety and that’s all the more surprising since the duo [Rahman and Tyrewala] had come up with a winning score in JAANE TU YA JAANE NA.

John makes a sincere attempt to look the part, but he’s awkward, especially in sequences when he stammers. Pakhi is a complete miscast. She looks too matured and has her limitations as an actor. Amongst the sundry characters, Raghu Ram is noticeable. R. Madhavan should avoid such flimsy characters.

On the whole, JHOOTHA HI SAHI is an absolute letdown in terms of content. Given its high costs on one hand and weak merits on the other, the film will make a big hole in the pockets of its investors.

Hiss Movie Review

Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director: Jennifer Lynch
Producer: Vikram Singh, Govind Menon, William Sees Keenan
Banner: Split Image Pictures Pvt. Ltd.
Music Director: Anu Malik, David Kushner, Panjabi MC, Alexander Von Bubenheim, Craig Nobles, Julian Lennon
Star Cast: Irrfan Khan, Mallika Sherawat, Divya Dutta, Jeff Douchette
Release Date: 22 October 2010

From kissing to hissing (pun intended!), Bollywood to Hollywood, Mallika Sheravat has done it all. Yet she still craves for a ‘realistically’ hit movie to her credit. Venturing

into the box office with a Hollywood movie based on Indian nag-nagin folklore, Mallika Sheravat this time too fails to make it up and high at the box office, inadvertently falling or in fact, grounding herself and the movie to the shackles of the ‘flop films of 2010’ category. Directed by Jennifer Lynch, the film is a complete let down in all the departments, except the special effects, which prove to be the only saving grace for the movie.

Taking into consideration the fact that it is the first nagin movie of this century and also the wide gap of 24 years since the last nagin movie (Sridevi’s ‘Nagina’) was released, expectations from ‘Hisss’ were high. But we sadly have to say that, we wisssh we could misss ‘Hisss’. After all, who would want to watch Mallika Sherawat make love to a snake? C’mon, we aren’t fools to get into that sort of masala! Just as weird as it might sound, the scene is eerie, grotesque and categorically bizarre. Also, as you watch the movie, you are sure to get confused as to whether she is a cobra or a python because though being a cobra, she swallows her enemy like a python.

In the movie, we have Mallika who is an icchadhari nagin. She changes into a woman to look for her partner, who has been kidnapped by George, a foreigner from America. He is dying of cancer and believes that he can be saved by the nagmani that the nagin possesses. This was the main reason as to why he entered the heart of the forbidden forest, wherein he captured the love of our very own icchadhari nagin, while the cobra was mating. Mallika en-route to America, with a mission to take revenge, saves oppressed women by viciously killing their tormenters. One thing worth mentioning, this nagin is surely fashion conscious, what with her changing into a perfect lady, adorned with make up, look every time she becomes one!

Slimy, slithery and outrageously goey, ‘Hisss’ has nothing going for it and does not for even once, get off the ground. Though the special effects are good per say, the overall story and screenplay is awfully dreadful and appalling. After all, how many of you would like to believe that all we need is a nagin to save us from all our troubles? Such is the creepiness in the movie that it wouldn’t be wrong to say that RGV’s ‘Phoonk’ (both the parts) or Rajeev Virani’s ‘Help’ were better. While the jinx of flop films carries on for Mallika, undisturbed and uninterrupted, the question is what attracted the talented Irrfan Khan into the film? It surely mustn’t be the international connection or was it?

Hisss Pre-release Review
Good news for Bollywood bombshell Mallika Sherawat fans! She is back after a two-year gap with ‘Hisss’, portraying the role of a snake woman looking out for vengeance. The movie is an independent co-production between Hollywood and Bollywood. Directed by Jennifer Lynch, ‘Hisss’ has been produced by Vikram Singh, Govind Menon, and William Sees Keenan, under the banner Split Image Pictures Pvt. Ltd. Presented by Venus Records & Tapes, the film stars Irrfan Khan, Divya Dutta and American actor Jeff Douchette in crucial roles. The music has been composed by various music maestros. Shot simultaneously in English and Hindi, ‘Hisss’ is set to release on 22 October, 2010.

Hisss revolves around a snake woman Nagin (Mallika Sherawat) who is out for revenge as her mate has been captured by an American hunter. Centuries back, the Indus Valley inhabitants sculpted the images of snakes that changed into human-appearing figures. They were believed to inhabit a mysterious temple deep in the jungles, far off in the spice forests of the Malabar Coast. An ancestor traveled into the end of the forests and found a strange and mystifying Snake Goddess living with her mate. This story spread around being recounted by forefathers to their younger generations. Years passed by and the legend traveled all the way to India and the Far East. Come 2008 and an American explorer George States (Jeff Doucette), all set with his high tech gear and evil intentions, travels to India and deep into the heart of the prohibited forest to reveal the unrevealed.

Fortunately, George finds a male cobra, almost the size of a python, while he is mating. He captures and takes him back to America for testing. But, little does he know that there’s horror and destruction waiting for him and others to encounter. Nagin sets out to find her partner with vengeance in her mind and venom in her fangs. Will she be able to find her mate and reunite with him? The movie is already considered to be above the expectation levels of the audience. Check out Mallika Sherawat who tries her hand at Hollywood as a full-fledged role after donning a cameo in the much-forgotten ‘The Myth’. What to watch out for? A Hollywood movie with a Bollywood body! Let’s wait till October 22nd, 2010 when ‘Hisss’ releases and see what new talent has the hot and sexy actress Mallika Sherawat got to show in Hollywood.

Paritala Ravi Story

Paritala Ravi BIOGRAPHY

Paritala Ravindra Chowdary was one of the most adored lord of Rayalaseema region in Andhra Pradesh. He was elected as M.L.A for five times from Penukonda constituency in Anantapur district. He was slain by his political rivals in 2005 because of a vandetta. He was one of the most controversial persons in the history of Andhra Pradesh politics. A 1998 report prepared by the Andhra Pradesh Civil Liberties Committee on Paritala Ravi, a former naxalite, says: “The entire district kneels down before him. Everyone is afraid of him. From 1994, even the political scenario (in Anantapur district) has undergone a change”.


Ravi’s father Paritala SriRamulu:
Paritala Ravindra was born on 28-5-1957 in Venkatapuram village of Nasanakota panchayati (Ramagiri mandal, Penukonda constituency, Anantapur district).His father was SriRamulu (12-4-1935 to 29-11-1982). Even though his father was a landlord of 300 acres, he was inspired by the Marxist ideology. He donated most of his land to the poor. He also lead the poor and the oppressed (Boya, Kuruba, Eediga castes) in fighting for their rights over the land (sivaijaama Bhoomulu) occupied by landlords of kanaganapalli and chennekothapalli, namely Gangula Narayana Reddy and Sane Chenna Reddy. He managed to distribute around 600 acres of land belonging to these landlords and their supporters among the poor. He joined C.P.I(M.L) party in 1971. He became top most leader of the Naxal movement in Andhra Pradesh. He didnt kill anyone.(Refer to Eenadu News Paper(Anantapur edition) dated 25-1-2005 and Sunday magazine of Eenadu newspaper dated 6-2-2005 for more information about beginning of vandetta and the land struggle).

This land struggle turned into a vandetta and caste struggle when he was killed on 29-5-1975 by his own follower. This follower took money from Gangula and Sane. He was going to attend a marriage in Baksampalli. The bus stopped near Baksampalli cross. He stepped down from the bus and immediately he was killed by that person. Gangula Narayana Reddy and Sane Chenna Reddy were the conspirators.

Ravi’s younger brother Paritala Hari:
Paritala Hari was younger brother of Paritala Ravi. He was born on 10-7-1960. After his father was killed by Gangula, he lead poor and oppressed. He joined Naxal movement in 1979. He managed to distribute some land ocupied by the same landlords. He became a powerful Naxalite. He lead the Naxals in killng Saayanna. They (Naxals) never killed any children or women.

On 28-11-1982 Hari was killed by the police inspector named Kabir in a fake encounter. Hari was there in his house in Venkatapuram. Police came to know this. They immediately went to Venkatapuram. Hari was not able to escape from the police, so he was hiding in the house all the doors closed. Police caught his sister and threatened Hari that they would rape his sister if he didnt come out of the house. So Hari finally came out of the house. He was taken to Nasanakota village which is 2 Km away from Venkatapuram. There he was shot by inspector Kabir infront of hundreds of villagers. Again Gangula Narayana Reddy, Gangula Narsanna, Sane Chenna Reddy were the conspirators.

Early life of Ravi:

As he lost his father and brother in the vandetta, he wanted to take safe shelter to protect his life from his family rivals. His family rivals were after him after killing his brother. Paritala Ravi once said that he walked barefoot for somedays during those days when he was trying to save his life from his rivals. He went to his mother’s brother, Kondaiah, in SeerpiKottaala village of Uravakonda constituency to take shelter. Their he married Paritala Suneetha, his cousin in 1986. He took up cultivation at that time.
He never was a naxalite. Many P.W.G leaders, Maoist party leaders, Virasam leader VaraVara Rao, Gaddar said this many times. He participated in the faction politics from 1991 and not before that.

It is Congress propaganda that he was the conspirator in killing Gangula Narayana Reddy, Narsanna and Yaadi Reddy during 1982-83. On the contrary it was not he but it was Naxalites who killed them. This is again said by many Naxal leaders.

Naxals who were fed up of the attrocities committed by Gangula Narayana Reddy, his followers Chenna Reddy, Narsanna, Yaadi Reddy wanted to kill them. They also wanted to take revenge of the killings of their party leaders SriRamulu and Hari. First persons to be killed were Narsanna and Yaadi Reddy. They never killed women and kids even that time. Then it was Narayana Reddy’s turn in 1983. Narayana Reddy was in Anantapur in a lodge on 1-6-1983. He was brutally hacked down by the P.W.G. Naxals escaped from there immediately.

Naturally everyone’s fingers pointed to Ravindra. But he was not at all involved in the murder. He was not even a conspirator. Later P.W.G leaders said this.

Ravi’s entry in to factionism:
After Narayana Reddy was killed, Ramachandra Reddy of Telugu desam party became M.L.A from Penukonda in 1983 and 1985. Even though he became M.L.A Penukonda was never peaceful. Chenna Reddy, his sons Ramana Reddy and Obul Reddy, Gangula Surya Narayana Reddy (son of Narayana Reddy) and many of their thugs committed many attrocities. Surya Narayana Reddy and Obul Reddy raped many women in their own houses infront of the parents of the women. Some T.D.P activists were killed during that time.

Rakta Charitra Movie Talk and Review

Film: Rakta Charitra
Rating: 3.25/5
Banner: Cinergy productions
Cast: Vivek Oberoi, Abhimanyu Singh, Shatrughan Sinha, Kota, Radhika Apte, Zareena Wahab, Sushant Singh, Tanikella, Subhalekha Sudhakar, Vishwajeet Pradhan, Rajendra Gupta, Ashish Vidyarthi, Kitty and others
Dialogues: Nageswara Rao
Music: Dharam- Sandeep
DOP: Amol Rathod
Editing: Bhanodaya, Nipun Ashok Gupta
Story, screenplay, direction: Ram Gopal Varma
Producers: Madhu Mantena, Sheetal Vinod Talwar, Chinna Vasudeva Reddy, Rajkumar
Release Date: 22/10/2010

‘Rakta Charitra, the most hyped movie of the season is finally released. Let’s see the impression after the first day first show.

Who Like This?
Paritala fans
The people those know about Anantapur politics
The audience those love action and gaction story lines
Ram Gopal Varma Fans

Who Cannot Like This?
NTR Fans
People those hate Paritala Ravi
Ladies and Kids

What’s There In Story:
MLA Narasimha Reddy (Kitty) is a big man in his place, Anandapuram. His close aide Veerabhadriah (Rajendra Gupta) brings envy in the eyes of Nagmani Reddy (Kota), a relative of Narasimha Reddy.

Nagmani conspires to divide Narasimha Reddy and Veerabhadriah playing caste cards and bringing suspicions. Eventually Veerabhadriah becomes prey for Nagmani Reddy’s conspiracy. Veerabhadriah is killed.

This brings anger in Veerabhadriah’s elder son Shankar Ravi (Sushant) and he gets into murdering the men of Narasimha Reddy by operating from forests.

Veerabhadriah’s younger son Pratap Ravi (Vivek Oberoi) who lives in a city comes to know about his father death. Eventually his brother Shankar also gets killed in police station. That makes Pratap enraged and he takes the place of his brother in killing men with revenge.

Pratap puts an end to Narasimha Reddy, Nagmani Reddy and other allies. Nagamani Reddy’s son Bukka Reddy (Abhimanyu), a hardcore rapist and murderer becomes Pratap’s main enemy.

The rise of Pratap as a powerful killer against Bukka Reddy is noticed by Shivaji Rao (Shatrughan) who sets a new party. Shivaji Rao encourages Pratap to make him politically strong in order to put and end to Bukka Reddy who troubles the growth of his party in Anandapuram area.

What happens from then can be watched on screen.

Who Performed Well?
No compromise. All the artistes performed up to their mark.

Vivek Oberoi is at his best as Pratap Ravi.

Shatrughan Sinha steals the show. He emulated the mannerisms of NTR in his own style.

Abhimanyu Singh is the eye turner. His villainy deserves a great mention. He will be known as cruel Bukka Reddy from now to Telugu audiences.

Radhika Apte is good but she has got nothing big to perform than throwing two smiles and shedding 3 tears.

Kota, Tanikella Bharani, Rajendra Kapoor, Ashish Vidyrathi and others are all good.

Almost all the incidents in the movie are realistic and not far from facts. The intensity shown in Bukka Reddy’s (Obul Reddy in real life) character, killing him in Maheshwari chambers Room-102 are shown perfectly in tune with reality.

Except Bukka Reddy’s character nothing is strongly carved. The typical Rayalaseema faction chases and murder plots are not perfectly shaped. There couldhave beenmore breath taking intensity.

The biggest flaw in narration is that the intensity of reason for Manda (Asish Vidyarthi) to kill Veerabhadriah (the labor leader) is not established properly. The conviction is not strongly felt when Pratap Ravi’s people keep on killing opponents and their supporters.

The facts and fiction in this movie are well knitted but the picturization part is not impressive. Poor lighting and poor quality of picture are clearly evident. Probably ‘Digital Cameras are not capable enough to impress the Telugu audiences at present.

This is Ram Gopal Varma’s film but no shades of that sort were seen either in technical values or dialogue power. Except a couple of dialogues here and there, the typical Varma trade mark is shown little.

The first half is completely political with a little confusion in characters for the audiences those do not know the current affairs. The drama starts in second half and that is impressive.

But on a whole, the movie gives a different feel and fills senses with contentment. Rakta Charitra will certainly pull great chunk of audiences to Rakta Charitra-2.

ITI Ltd Engineers Walkin Jobs 2010

ITI Limited

ITI Limited, the Country’s premier Telecom Company, is all set to take telecom and IT to greater and unexplored realms. The Company is looking for dynamic and result oriented professionals for the recruitment of Engineers on contract basis :
Engineers :

Qualification: degree in Electronics / Electrical / Telecommunication / Communication / Radio Engineering , individual or combination of any of these discipline.

Age : Should not be more than 28 years for GEN , 33 years for SC/ST and 31 years for OBC candidate as on date of the interview.

Remuneration : 12,000 per month.

Application Fee:
A non refundable DD of Rs 300.00 in favour of ITI Ltd, payable at Mumbai is required to submit at the time of interview. Candidates will not be allowed to attend the interview without submitting DD. Payment in terms of Cash or cheque will not be entertained. Internal Candidates are not eligible to apply.

Walk-in-interview :

Walkin Date & Time : 27/10/2010 at Time : 11 am to 3 pm

Walkin Venue :
ITI Limited, GSM Project
Office, 303, Trade Avenue,
260, Suren Road, Andheri(E),
Mumbai – 400 093.

DIPP Examiners Recruitment Notification 2010

Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion

Advertisement No. 01/2010

Applications are invited in the prescribed ICR Application Form (Offline)/through Online application for the recruitment of 257 posts of Examiner of Patents and Designs for the Office of the Controller General of Patents, Designs & Trade Marks under the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (Ministry of Commerce & Industry).

Examiner of Patents and Designs

Number of Posts: 257 posts

Essential Qualification:
Educational Qualification:
Masters Degree in Physics/Chemistry/Bio-Chemistry/Microbiology/Molecular Biology/Bio-Technology/Bio- Physics, OR Bachelor Degree in Engineering/Technology of a recognised University or equivalent. However, the examination will be conducted in the disciplines as mentioned in paragraph 4 above.
Desirable Qualification:
During finalization of the result, the candidates possessing following desirable qualification will be given due weightage by the DIPP as per the scheme as mentioned below: (i) Research experience.
(ii) Degree in Law from a recognized University or equivalent
(iii) Certificate/Diploma from a recognized University/Institute in a foreign language like German, French, Russian, Spanish etc.

Pay Scale : PB – 3 (Rs. 15,600 – 39,100) + Grade Pay Rs. 5,400 (Group “A” Gazetted)

Age : 21 – 35 yrs

Selection Process :
The Selection process shall consist of two stages; preliminary examination & Main examination. Both the test will be held on Sunday, the 2nd January, 2011.

Fees (non-refundable):
(a) Offline Application Fee:
(i) General/OBC Candidate: Rs. 100/- + Rs. 20 /- (towards Bank & postage charges)
(ii) SC/ST/PC (OH)/Women Candidate: NIL + Rs. 20 /- (towards Bank & postage charges). (in order to avail fee concession for SC/ST/PC (OH), candidates are required to produce attested copy of their category certificate to the Bank official at time of purchasing the Application Form).
(b) For Online Application : fee is to be deposited within working hours in any of the CBS branch of the Indian Bank by Bank Challan Proforma available on website as on Tuesday, the 19th October, 2010. The fee structure for Online application are as under:
(i) General/OBC Candidate: Rs. 100/- + Rs. 20/- (towards Bank & postage Service)
(ii) SC/ST/PC (OH)/Women Candidate: Nil

How To Apply :
Apply online at DIPP Website only upto 19/10/2010 but Now it has extended upto 29/10/2010. Take a printout of the submitted application and the application form, duly completed with requisite enclosures & fixing requisite postage stamp on the mailing envelop should be sent to the Sr. Controller of Examinations, Examination Unit, Human Resource Development Group, CSIR Complex, (Opposite Institute of Hotel Management), Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi 110012 only by registered post/speed post so as to reach this Unit on or before 5 p.m. on 25/10/2010 now exended upto 08/11/2010.

Last Date : 25/10/2010.

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd Recruitment Notification 2010

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., Northern Region Pipelines needs retired Police officer on contract :

IndianOil Corporation Ltd, Northern Region Pipelines needs retired Police officer on contract basis for the security and surveillance of their cross-country Pipelines passing through the states of Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. The incumbent should have retired from Police service on or after 31.12.2009, preferably from Uttar Pradesh or Delhi, in the rank no less than Deputy Superintendent of Police.

An indicative list of the core responsibilities of the incumbent are as under:

1. To draw strategy for total security of the cross-country pipelines under NRPL.
2. To put in place intelligence gathering system.
3. To assign and supervise the pipeline patrolling personnel / DGR guards etc deployed for patrolling and security of pipeline.
4. To advise on deployment of guards in the total interest of IOCL.
5. To ascertain and put in place the process of character and antecedent verification of personnel deployed for the pipeline security.
6. To attend all emergencies and advise corrective measures.
7. To liaise with police authorities.
8. To impart regular training to security personnel.
9. To monitor daily security and situation report.
10. To device reporting methods and reports on daily security situation.
11. To lodge FIR and follow-up cases of pilferage(s).
12. To be considered ‘on duty’ on 24×7 basis
13. To investigate, analyze and suggest remedial measures with a written report of each pilferage attempt

How To Apply :
The filled-in application is to be sent to Chief Human Resource Manager, Northern Region Pipelines, IndianOil Corporation Ltd., P.O. Panipat Refinery, Panipat-132140 latest by 1700 hrs on 27th October 2010.

Queries, if any, may be addressed to akakhil@iocl.co.in or anurag@iocl.co.in

Last Date : 27/10/2010

ITAT Secrataries Recruitment 2010 Application Forms

Applications are invited from eligible candidates for filling up existing as well as anticipated vacancies for the post of Senior Private Secretaries/Private Secretaries (Group B Gazetted)

Senior Private Secretaries
No of Posts : 43
Pay Scale : Rs.9300-34800 (PB-2) with Grade Pay of Rs.4800/-

Private Secretaries
No of Posts : 38
Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-34800 (PB-2) with Grade Pay of Rs.4600/-

Educational Qualification :
a. Degree of a recognized University or equivalent
b. A speed of 120 w.p.m. in English Shorthand.
c. Working knowledge of computers, having knowledge to operate
upon the software like Micro Soft Office, Excel or Page- makers.

Age : 35 years

Mode of Selection: Through Direct Recruitment comprising of Written-test followed by Skill-test & Interview.

How To Apply :
Applications for the post of Senior Private Secretaries & Private Secretaries, in the following proforma should be filled in English/Hindi and should reach The Registrar, Old Central Govt. Offices Building, 4th Floor, 101, Maharshi Karve Marg, Mumbai- 400 020 within 30 days from the date of publication of the advertisement in the Employment News.

Last Date : 15/11/2010

NIMHANS Recruitment 2010 Application Forms


Applications are invited from the eligible candidates for filling up of one post of each “Research Associate” & “Junior Research Fellow” on adhoc basis for the DBT funded Project entitled “Brain basis of Capacity limits of Information Processing” – under Dr.Shobini L. Rao, Professor Dept. of Mental Health & Social Psychology and Principal Investigator.

Research Associate
No. of Post : 01
Educational Qualification : B.Tech/B.E.in Electrical Engineering/Biomedical Engineering/Computer science with specialization in digital signal processing/Image processing OR M.Sc./Ph.D in Physics/Mathematics/ Statistics with specialization in Image Processing/Digital signal Processing.
Age limit : 35 Years
Emoluments : Rs.18,000/- P.M., (Consolidated)

Junior Research Fellow
No. of Posts : 01
Educational Qualification : Ph.D./M.A. in Psychology with specialization in Cognitive Psychology/Neuropsychology/ Cognitive Science OR M.Phil/Ph.D. in Mental Health & Social Psychology/Clinical Psychology with specialization in Neuropsychology or equivalent qualification.
Age limit : 35 years
Emoluments : Rs.15,000/- P.M., (Consolidated)

How To Apply :
Eligible candidates fulfilling the criteria, may apply on a plain paper with the curriculum vitae and copy of the Testimonials addressed to The Director, NIMHANS, P.B.No.2900, D.R.College Post, Hosur Road, Bangalore – 560 029 by post or by email to Shobini.rao@gmail.com The candidate who apply, should invariably mention the Notification No. & date without fail, otherwise the applications will not be considered.

Last Date : 30.10.2010

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