Clenbuterol – a powerful fat burner

Clenbuterol is a famous and most popular performance enhancing drug endorsed by many athletes and bodybuilders. The drug usually comes in 20 mcg potent. This proper dosage helps in enhancing the performance level. It is preferable for both men and women since it allows greater flexibility with fewer side effects. It is an excellent fat burner and helps bodybuilders to attain lean muscle mass. You can purchase a bottle from many different countries and they supply it legally in many places like Europe and Asia. Though the vendors are available online, you need to check out their authentication and reviews to get a legit product. 50-90 tablets will typically available in each bottle and it allows most of the users to complete a two-week cycle with one or two bottles.

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Since clen has the fat burning quality many people conjugate this drug with diet to get their desired results. Oral Clen pills target fat in stomach and love handle areas where many men and women have stubborn visceral fat and the drug increases your metabolic rate. Clenbuterol 20 mcg pills have a similar mechanism as such adrenaline. It stimulates the nervous system so that you feel more energetic and burn more fat and calories.

Clen dose

Doses vary depends on the person’s individual weight. When the clen cycle is considered for 4-8 weeks, you may take two weeks on and off to get the drug accustomed to your body. Normal dosage is 100-200 mcg which is about 6-8 pills per day. Women should use smaller dosage between 20-40 mcg a day. It is recommended that everyone should start up with small dosage then they can gradually increase the dose strength over the time to prevent downside effects.

Side effects of clen

Though there are many benefits by clen, still the downside effects should be noted. A main problem with the drug is it only works for a few weeks since the body regulates as it gets accommodated. Initially, the users may struggle with insomnia, nausea, vomiting, jitteriness, stomach pain and headache. Clen sometimes may induce severe heart problem. It also leads to cardiac hypertrophy, necrotic myocyte, and dose-dependent apoptotic death. Aside from increasing body’s temperature, it also suppresses the hunger. These said side effects may occur when the recommended dose crosses 20 mcg.

The best time to take clen

It is advised to take the Clenbuterol in the morning time with breakfast along with a large amount of water to tackle the anxiety, excessive energy, and insomnia at night. Clenbuterol’s half life is 48 hours. It means the drug remains in the system even when taking in the morning with sufficient water.

The negative reactions will be abundant in fake Oral clen pills. Counterfeit suppliers may give prescribe wrong dosage, adulterated ingredients which either might not work or cause severe potential side effects. Before purchasing such a potent drug read the reviews, testimonials from previous buyers and forums. The vendors from UK, USA, Canada and Australia do always provide standard quality of drugs.

CBSE grants concession to class 10 Mumbai student with learning disability

Less than a week after DNA reported about the class 10 student from Mumbai with learning disability who was being denied concession by CBSE citing delay in getting the certificate , the board has now rolled back its decision.

On Thursday, the CBSE’s Chennai division , which Mumbai is a part of, sent a letter to the school granting concession to the student for the remaining exams. The letter granted a concessional time of 30 mins to an hour depending on the total marks of the paper. The letter came after city-based psychiatrist Dr Harish Shetty wrote to the HRD ministry.

In 2016, the child was diagnosed with learning disability after which the school issued a letter to Nair hospital to get the necessary tests done and was expecting to get a certificate before December 2016, the due date mentioned by the CBSE to submit the documents.

The hospital gave the certificate a little late on February 20 , due to the large number of requests it had, confirming that the child had dyslexia and dysgraphia. The letter was forwarded to the CBSE in the next two days but was denied by the board citing delay.

Now with the concession being granted , the child can write the remaining papers with the additional time.

“We are finally relieved that the CBSE has granted concession to the child. We just wish that the board should have been considerate and taken note of the request before”said the mother of the student.

Dr Harish Shetty said that he would write to the HRD ministry to ensure that no such student suffers in the manner after this. “I will write to the HRD ministry and would urge them to take action against officials who denied the child his right ” said Shetty.

No room for intolerance, prejudice & hatred in our educational institutions: Pranab Mukherjee

The University of Mumbai on Thursday conferred an honorary LL.D (Doctor of Laws) to Dr MS Swaminathan at a special convocation ceremony in the hands of the President of India Dr Pranab Mukherjee. The event was held at the Sir Cowasjee Jehangir Hall in the University’s Fort campus on Thursday afternoon.

The President said it was a rare opportunity for him to confer the Honorary LL.D of University of Mumbai upon Dr. MS Swaminathan. “The University of Mumbai, whose alumni include Mahatma Gandhi has always recognised leaders who have played a transformational role in various fields. Those conferred Honorary D. Litt in the past include eminent scholars and social reformers like Sir RG Bhandarkar, Dadabhai Naoroji, Sir CV Raman and Sir M Visvesvaraya”.

The President also said the higher education sector has a crucial role in the national developmental effort. “Being the storehouse of traditional wisdom, as also the nursery of new knowledge, the higher education ecosystem will influence various growth centres of the economy. Growth of the economy depends on higher education in important ways. The quality of training provided to students employed by the economy determines the level of its competence. Induction of quality manpower is the first point of contact that the economy has with the higher education system. The graduates have to meet the skill-set requirements of the domestic economy. The course work in our campuses must be aligned to the needs of the industry” he added.

After accepting the honorary degree, Dr Swaminathan said that he had no words to describe his happiness. “It’s a privilege when you see an honorary degree from a university of this stature” he said. He added that students from the university should work towards addressing the issues of hunger and malnutrition. “So many people in the adjoining Thane district are suffering from hidden hunger due to loss of micro nutrients. Students should work towards addressing these concerns”.

President Mukherjee said, “Universities and higher education institutions are the best fora for free exchange of views. We should embrace free conversation and even argument, leaving behind narrow mindsets and thoughts. The lesson for a modern Indian university is to ensure that this great tradition finds new life and vigour within its precincts. There should be no room for intolerance, prejudice and hatred within the spaces of our educational institutions. They must act as flag bearers for the co-existence of multiple views, thoughts and philosophies”

Bangladesh’s University Of Rajshahi, Jamia Millia Islamia Strengthens Academic Ties

NEW DELHI: An 8-member delegation from University of Rajshahi (RU), Bangladesh began a 4-day visit to Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) to fix up areas of cooperation through bilateral programmes such as faculty exchange, students exchange, joint-conference, training-cum-study programmes. The visit is a follow up of the MoU signed between the two universities during state visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Dhaka in June, 2015. Welcoming the delegates, the JMI Vice Chancellor Prof Talat Ahmad expressed Jamia’s commitment to promote fruitful institutional exchanges in education, research and training as envisaged in the MoU and in pursuance of the joint declaration spelt out in Bangladesh-India Education Initiative.

Bangladesh's University Of Rajshahi, Jamia Millia Islamia Strengthens Academic TiesHe hoped that the framework provided by the initiative will enable the partnering institutions to promote academic cooperation in the larger interests of the two nations.

Thanking the JMI Vice Chancellor for making this visit possible, Prof Muhammad Mizanuddin, Vice Chancellor, RU, talked about the huge potential that existed in respect of academic collaboration between the two nationally renowned universities with historical moorings and hoped that students and faculty members of both the universities would benefit from educational exchanges and programmes.

Deans of various Faculties and Directors of some Centres of JMI apprised the delegation of the academic programmes in their respective faculties and talked about areas of research interests.

Short duration films of both the universities were also screened on the occasion.

The delegation also visited faculties where they had an opportunity to have an extended interaction with Heads of Departments, faculty members and students to develop a perspective on academic cooperation between the two universities in areas of common interests.

The delegation is to interact with JMI Vice Chancellor tomorrow afresh for preparation of a blueprint for a rigorous academic collaboration.

Osmania University (OU) First Semester Degree (Dec 2016) Result Declared

Results have been announced for first year first semester degree result of Osmania University (OU). Candidates can check their result at the official website Results have been declared for Bachelor of Science (BSc), Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) courses. Candidates who had appeared for the first year first semester exam (December 2016) can now check their result online. Given below are the details on how to retrieve the result online.

Osmania University (OU) First Semester Degree (Dec 2016) Result DeclaredCandidates should check their result online only. The University has released the result course wise; candidates are therefore required to check the course according to their courses.

Osmania University First Year First Semester Degree Result: How To Check

Go to the official portal of Osmania University at
Click on the link displaying ‘UG(BA/B.Com/B.Sc) (CBCS) Semester-I December-2016 Results’
Enter 12 Digit Hall Ticket Number

Submit the details
Get the result
Take a printout (if you wish) and keep it for reference

The students are advised to check the official website of the university for regular updates on results and other details.

Maharashtra Police Books Complaint Against Unidentified Persons In State Board HSC Question Paper Leak Case

Maharashtra Police last night registered complaint against unidentified persons on allegations of Marathi question paper leak during the ongoing Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) exam. According to reports in Press Trust of India, the question paper for Marathi language was leaked on social media platforms minutes before the commencement of exam. The exam was scheduled on March 2 between 11 am to 2 pm. The matter came to light when some people from the media received three pages of the question paper on messaging application.

Maharashtra Police Books Complaint Against Unidentified Persons In State Board HSC Question Paper Leak CaseOn confirmation of the leak, Dattatray Jagtap, Chairman, HSC Konkan Division Board, approached the Vashi Police and lodged a complaint. Initially the Board had refuted any claims of the question paper leak but when Dattatray Jagtap compared the question paper being circulated on social media with the original question paper, he found similarities.

As per the reports in Press Trust of India, police inspector Chetan Kakade is investigating the matter. Kakade said that Jagtap’s detailed statement was recorded and the police is trying to trace the source of the social media message circulating the question paper. Commenting on the investigation, Navi Mumbai police commissioner Hemant Nagrale said, “An offence has been registered under relevant sections of the Maharashtra Prevention of Malpractices at University, Board and other specified Exams Act -1982 and the IT Act”.

The Maharashtra Board HSC exams started on February 28 with English paper. On March 2 apart from Marathi, exam for Gujarati, Kannada, Sindhi, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi, and Bengali were also scheduled in the same slot.

Indian Institute Of Mass Communication (IIMC) To Begin Application Process For PG Diploma Courses In Journalism On March 15

Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) has notified the schedule for application process and entrance exam conducted for admission to its Post Graduate Diploma (PG Diploma) programs. The sale of application forms will begin on March 15, 2017. The Institute offers PG Diploma courses in Journalism, and Advertising and Public Relations. The courses are offered at the Delhi campus and five regional campuses of the institute. The admission to the PG Diploma courses at IIMC is through an entrance examination followed by an interview.

Indian Institute Of Mass Communication (IIMC) To Begin Application Process For PG Diploma Courses In Journalism On March 15

Important Dates

Sale of application form begins: March 15, 2017

Last date for sale and receipt of Application form: May 5, 2017

Entrance exam for Odia/Urdu/Marathi/Malyalam Journalism (9 am to 100 am): May 27, 2017

Entrance exam for the following courses will be on May 28, 2017
PG Diploma in Journalism Hindi/English (9 am to 11 am)
PG Diploma in Radio and TV Journalism (12 noon to 2 pm)
PG Diploma in Advertising and Public Relation (3 pm to 5 pm)
Interview Dates: Last week of June/First week of July, 2017

Eligibility Requirement
Candidate must be a graduate in any discipline. Those appearing in the final year/semester exam can also apply.

General category candidates should not be older than 25 years of age on August 8, 2017. For OBC candidates the upper age limit is 28 years and for candidates belonging to SC/ST/PwD category the upper age limit is 30 years.

Entrance Exam Pattern

Although there is no set exam pattern for the written test, the test will cover the following areas:

For Journalism course:
General awareness
Aptitude and mental make-up
Language capability
Analytical and Comprehension skills

For Advertising and Public Relations:
General Awareness
Aptitude and mental make-up
Language capability
Analytical and Comprehension skills
Brand awareness and recall
Quantification skills

Jamia Millia Islamia JMI Admission 2017-2018: Filing Of Applications Ends On March 3

Filing of applications for admission in various Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Diploma/Certificate courses for the academic session 2017-18 in Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) will end on March 3, 2017. JMI began the process of filing applications online for various courses on February 2, 2017. Interested students can apply for various courses in Ph.D., M.Phil., Master (Postgraduate), Bachelor (Undergraduate), Advanced Diploma Section, Diploma Section and Certificate programmes of the university.

Jamia Millia Islamia JMI Admission 2017-2018: Filing Of Applications Ends On March 3

Apart from various programmes, the University has also introduced following six new programmes from this academic session:
M.A. (International Relations-West Asian Studies) (Regular) – 30 seats.
LL.M. (Executive) (Self-financed) – 30 seats.
Diploma in Unani Pharmacy (Self-financed) – 40 seats.
Bachelor of Hotel Management (Self-financed) (BHM) – 30 seats.
Bachelor of Tourism and Travel Management (Self-financed) (BTTM) – 30 seats.
Master in Tourism and Travel Management (Self-financed) (MTTM) – 30 seats.
The e-Prospectus may be downloaded from the University website

Jamia Millia Islamia Admission 2017-2018: How to Apply

Candidates can got to Jamia Millia Islamia’s Website and submit their applications there. Application process consists of two phases; Candidates registration and Entrance application submission. Candidates will be intimated about the Admit cards for the entrance test via SMS. And the candidates will able to download them after it made available online.

Read: Jamia Millia Islamia JMI Admission 2017-2018 Notification Out
The Prospectus Committee chaired by the Vice-Chancellor, JMI in its meeting held on 7 February has decided to continue BA (Hons.) Arabic, B.A. (Hons.) Islamic Studies, B.A. (Hons.) Persian and B.A. (Hons.) Urdu as earlier in academic session 2016-17. There will be only one application form for all these courses and separate entrance test will be held for these courses.

The meeting has also decided to continue BA (Hons.) Economics, B.B.A, BA (Hons.) Sociology/Psychology/Political Science, B.A./B.Sc. (Hons.) Geography, B.A. program and B.Com. (Hons.) as earlier in academic session 2016-17.

Entrance tests for B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and B.Sc. program will comprise 10% questions from general awareness and 30% each from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

In a first, Mumbai, Delhi ranked in top 100 student-friendly cities in the world

Mumbai and New Delhi have for the first time been ranked among the world’s 100 best places to be a student in the QS Best Student Cities ranking. Montreal is at first place in the list released today by QS (Quacquarelli Symonds), compilers of the QS World University Rankings. It knocked off Paris, which has topped the list in all previous editions since 2012 and is placed second his year.

QS analyses cities according to performance in six composite indicators: affordability, desirability, student mix, rankings, employer activity, and, for the first time, student view. The ranking expands from 75 cities to 100 this year.

Mumbai has been placed 85, the highest position for an Indian city on the list, followed by New Delhi at 86.

Indian cities have done really well in the affordability metric, which measures the cost of living in each city. New Delhi ranks 15 for this indicator, while Mumbai is placed at 30. They also both see high levels of employer activity. While Mumbai is at number 40, New Delhi is at 50.

Ben Sowter, head of research at QS says: “ New Delhi and Mumbai are featured for the first time in our ranking. Both cities do really well in the affordability indicator and reasonably well in the employer activity indicator, based on the opinion of local and international employers surveyed (37,000 recruiters surveyed globally) who are asked to indicate which universities produce the best graduates based on their knowledge and experience. We have ranked the most attractive cities for international students and while the two leading Indian metro cities are certainly on the map, given the huge domestic demand of university places, the focus is principally on serving local students.”

There is an increase in the desirability score of both cities. This measures a number of indicators pertaining to quality of life, including pollution, corruption, and safety. Mumbai is 90th, New Delhi 91st.

The top five cities in Asia are: Seoul, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe. The best city in the US to study is Boston, which places 8th worldwide. London rises from 5th to 3rd, and is the UK’s highest-ranking city. Canadian cities perform well in the wake of recent political events in the US. Four of their five ranked cities rise, and Vancouver (10th) also places in the top 10. QS analysed 125 cities for this year’s ranking, publishing the top 100.

This year’s ranking also features the student view for the first time. This metric is based on the survey responses of 18,000 students, who named the cities in which they would most like to study (student desirability), their willingness to remain in a city after graduation, and the quality of their experience there. Mumbai ranks 74th for the student view; New Delhi ranks 82nd. See the top 10 ranking of cities below.

RPSC RAS/RTS Comb. Comp. mains 2016: Examination dates announced

The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) will conduct the RAS/RTS Comb. Comp. mains examination 2016 on March 27 and 28, 2017. The commission had in January postponed the examination, which was scheduled to be held on January 28 and 29, 2017.

RPSC issued a notification on Wednesday, saying that the RAS/RTS Comb. Comp. mains examination 2016 will be conducted on March 27 and 28 in two sessions (9am to 12 noon and 2pm-5pm) at seven divisional headquarters (Ajmer, Jaipur, Bikaner, Bharatpur, Kota, Jodhpur and Udaipur) of the state. The notification further said that the detailed programme of the examination will be duly intimated.

RPSC had earlier postponed the mains examination in view of the order passed by the honorable high court on the writ petition (no. 1645/2016) in the matter related to special backward category.

The RPSC had on January 17, 2017 issued the admit card for the examination.