Register for ACT April 2014
Candidates are invited to register for ACT test scheduled for 12 April 2014. The ACT April 2014 registration deadline is on 07 March 2014. ACT or the ACT college readiness assessment is a standardized test that assesses students' academic readiness for college. The ACT exam scores gauge a student’s learning throughout high school and provide colleges and universities with information for recruiting, advising, placement, and retention. It is accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the USA, and some colleges of a number of other countries as well.
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ACT Registration and Fees:
Candidates opting for ACT need to register online by establishing a free ACT Web account. They require providing the information requested to create the account, click the "Register to Test" link and follow the instructions on the Web screens to complete the registration.
The ACT (No Writing) fee is $36.50. Candidates opting for the ACT Writing test need to pay an additional fee $16.00.
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ACT Test Centers in India
The ACT Test Centers in India available for 12 April 2014 are:
Indo American Educ Society
Ahmedabad International School
St Josephs Boys High School
The Doon School
Swati Jain College
Lala Lajpatrai Inst Of Management
Singapore International School
Transitions Lab Univ Prep School
U.S. India Educational Foundation
Mahindra UWC of India
Kodaikanal International School
Navrachana International School
Vignan Vidyalayam High School
Questions related to ACT
how does i andfilling act as an important merhod of waste disposal
Landfilling is an important method in the disposal of wastes, as it collects the wastes in a site which then used for purpose of recycling as the waste are concentrated in various layers and is compacted to reduce the volume.
They are monitored for the control of liquid and gas emitted in order to make sure they don't destroy the environment. Some wastes are burnt some are used to generate bioenergy. Hazardous wastes are segregated and treated.
A scientific landfill is termed so because of its scientific design during construction. One of the biggest problems of ordinary landfills is the seeping of solid waste into underlying soil and water, contaminating both. Scientific landfills eliminate the risk of waste seeping underground as the base layer is constructed of 90 metres of clay, thus arresting any seepage or leakage within the landfill. On top of the base layer, a drainage layer made of soil, measuring 15 metres in length and a vegetative layer of 45 centimetres to minimise soil erosion. The presence of these layers ensures that leachate is collected before it seeps underground.
Scientific landfills also act as degassing systems by reducing the production of methane. Since the layers soak most of the impurities in the waste disposed, methane generates slowly compared to the generation speed in ordinary landfills. Vertical wells installed in scientific landfills help extract methane regularly, and the gas can then be used for electricity and heat generation purposes.
Hope this helps.
is btech food technology course good in anna university act campus.... please let me know....
Food Technology course at Anna University has emerged out as a centre of excellence in education, research and out rich activities in the discipline of food science and technology. The need base infrastructure, well equipped laboratories, franchise base pilot processing plants are the major strengths of the centre.
Graduates or postgraduates in food technology can go for jobs in different domains like hospitals, restaurants, flight kitchens, academic institutes, food analysis laboratories, food processing companies, catering establishments, soft drink manufacturing firms, food wholesalers, spice, cereal and rice mills.
Getting a B.Tech degree in Food technology is very much valuable as food technology is a really good, futuristic field and the placements are good in Anna University. To get more experience in this field and for entering Research and Development sector candidates can opt for higher studies like M.Tech, MS or Ph.D.
Hope this information helps you!
find magnitude of two forces such that if they Act at right angle their resultant is 90N and when they Act at 60 degree their resultant is 117N
Hi Dipak, hope you are doing well,
Let the forces be F1 and F2
F1^2 + F2^2 = 90 N
(as the angle between them is 90° or right angle)
when angle is 60°
F1^2 + F2^2 + 2 * F1 * F2 *cos(60)=117 N
90 + F1 * F2=117
F1 * F2 = 27
(F1 + F2)^2 = F1^2 + F2^2 + 2 * F1 * F2 = 90+27×2=144
F1 + F2 = 12..............(i)
F1 - F2 = √( ( F1 + F2)^2 - 4F1 * F2) = √36 = 6.........(ii)
from eq.(i) and (ii) We get....
F1 = 9 N ,and F2 = 3 N
Feel free to ask doubts in the Comment Section like this.
I hope this helps you.
In 2021, are m.tech computational biology and biotechnology in act campus anna univ available for tanca councelling?
For PG ADMISSIONS:
At the postgraduate level, yes! act campus Anna University offers Master of Engineering (M.E.) and Master of Technology (M.Tech) for a duration period of two years in biotechnology. The college also offers part-time M.E and M.Tech programs for the working professionals, for which the course duration is three years.
Here is the FEE STRUCTURE:
1st year: 50000
2nd year: 50000
here you can check the cut off in MTECH:
kya aibe exam mein bare act with short notes leker ja sakte hai
NO , most exams in India does not allow short notes with you at the time of exam, if found with such short notes you will have to most probably reappear for the exam , and the final decision would be that of the university, there is also chances for debarring you from future exams conducted by that respective university.