11 October 2017

PHP, Laravel, CodeIgniter Developer jobs in Surat

Hello everyone!

If you're skilled web developer or just starting your carrier as a PHP Developer, we have found a good news.

There is job opening at Lead Infosoft for good PHP/Laravel/CodeIgniter Developer.

Following is the details for job:
– Excellent working knowledge of Web application development.
– Advance coding Skills in corePHP.
– Excellent understanding of Cross Browsers compatibility.
– Strong working knowledge of JavaScripts and JQuery.
– Advance working knowledge of AJAX.
– Working knowledge of Ecommerce and payment gateways(optional).
– Understanding of various Content Managements Systems- Ability to take up R&D activities and resolve issues.
– Self learning skill.
– 0-3 years of experience
– Good communication skill
– Best behavior and interpersonal skills.
– Problem Solving Skills
– Self learner and accept challenging tasks.
– Good to have knowledge about MCV architecture like Laravel, CodeIgniter, CakePHP, Yii

To read complete job details and apply for job, visit their company website http://www.leadinfosoft.com/php-jobs-in-surat-php-developer-jobs-in-surat-job-opening-in-surat/

Wish you all the best!

10 October 2017

Latest: Android Jobs in Surat at best Android Development Company - Lead Infosoft

Good Morning!

Good opportunity for Android Developer in Surat. Lead Infosoft is hiring full-time Android Developer at their firm located in Surat. Android Developer Fresher can also apply for this job.

Android Job Description:
-Familiarity with RESTful APIs to connect Android applications to back-end services. Have experiencing developing, testing and maintaining mobile Apps in Andriod OS.Knowledge of the open-source Android ecosystem and the libraries available for common tasks. Ability to understand business requirements and translate them into technical requirements.
– 0-3 years of experience
– Good communication skill
– Best behavior and interpersonal skills.
– Problem Solving Skills
– Self learner and accept challenging tasks.

You can read more about this job and how to apply for android jobs in surat here http://www.leadinfosoft.com/android-jobs-in-surat-android-development-jobs-in-surat-job-opening-in-surat/


09 October 2017

iOS Jobs in Surat, iPhone Developer Jobs in Surat

There is good news for iOS developer in Surat. Lead Infosoft is currently hiring ios developers in Surat, India for full-time jobs.

iOS Developer Job Description:
Proven working experience in software development

Working experience in iOS development. Have published one or more iOS apps in the app store

A deep familiarity with Objective-CExperience working with iOS frameworks such as Core Data, Core Animation, Core Graphics and Core Text

Experience with third-party libraries and APIs

Working knowledge of the general mobile landscape, architectures, trends, and emerging technologies

Solid understanding of the full mobile development life cycle

Vacancies left: 2

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: No bar for right candidate

Experience: 1 year of experience if preferred. Talented Freshers Can also apply!

Full job description is available on company website, read here: http://www.leadinfosoft.com/ios-jobs-in-surat-ios-development-jobs-in-surat-job-opening-in-surat/


25 February 2016

[Latest] Install Android 6 - Marshmallow on Sony Xperia L, Z | Samsung | Any Mobile

I'm presenting here few basic steps to install latest Android 6 - Marshmallow developer preview on Sony Xperia L (Device code Taoshan)

Same steps works for Sony Xperia Z and Samsung mobiles with high configuration.

Disclaimer: kvGropu4all. is not responsible for any damages caused directly or indirectly by a following guide. Any action you do for your Android device must be done only under your responsibility. Unlocking bootloader and rooting device voids warranty of your device. Please take backup of your "all important data" before proceeding with any steps. Because it will completely wipe your personal data from internal storage.

1. Unlock bootloader - if not already unlocked.

First of all you need to have boot loader unlocked for your device.
Follow this official guide to unlock bootloader

I prefer Official Guide to unlock bootloader

2. Root your device.
After unlocking bootloeader you have to root your phone and install any recovery manager. I prefer CWM (ClockworkMod)

Download this zip. and extract on your windows pc. Make sure you have drivers installed and connected phone with good USB cable. (In most cases failure happens with damaged USB cables)

Run install.bat

it will detect your connected phone and install CWM Recovery and Root your device.

After restart you may want to verify root access. Just install come root checker (lot of available on play store, just install any one and check it).

3. Installing Android 6 - Marshmallow on Sony Xperia

Download Android 6 - Marshmallow (initial release) and GoogleApps Package for Android 6 Marshmallow, and copy to your memory card so that we can install from it.

Step 1: Go to Recovery mode- on Xperia L to go to recovery mode, you need to power off phone first. Then press power button and then press Volume Up button for few times (until it vibrates phone two-three times). There you are, it will present you with CWM Recovery manager.

Step 2: Once in CWM Recovery, choose “wipe data/factory reset”.  This will erase all of your settings, apps, app data, and everything except for your personal photos, videos, and files in your internal storage.  (Does not touch external storage.)

(This step is optional if you are installing a custom ROM that is based on the same/newer firmware but I usually recommend to do it unless you are installing an updated version of the same ROM you are running.)

Step 3: Go back to main menu and choose “install zip”.

Step 4: Choose “choose zip from /sdcard” or “choose zip from /external_sd” depending on where you put your ROM zip files.  (/sdcard = internal storage, /external_sd = microSD card)

Step 5: Next browse your file system and file the ROM zip file you want to install and install it.

Step 6: Similarly install gapps (GoogleApps) package from external card.

Step 7: Reboot your phone.

Step 8: Keep clam, first reboot may take up to 10 minutes (yeah, its too much, but it took that for me at-least) - If you got into bootloop, don't worry, just reboot into recovery and do clean cache and clean dalvik cache.

Step 9: Hurry, you are now enjoying Android 6 - Marshmallow on your Sony Xperia L.

For more details and any issues visit: [XDA Developers Thread]


07 June 2015

IP Messenger not working in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS - IP Messenger error in create_lock_file errno : -11 (Resource temporarily unavailable) [Solved]

After installing IP Messenger in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. If you launch the application it will show below error:

FileName:ipmsg.c
Function:create_lock_file
Line:157
Can not setup lock file:/tmp/g2ipmsg.lock errno : -11 (Resource temporarily unavailable)


But, if you run below command you can see ip-messenger process is already running:

ravi@dell:~$ ps -e | grep "ipmsg"
9266 ? 00:02:33 g2ipmsg



That means, after process is running its just not showing in notification area, and so If i try to re-launch Ip Messenger from dock, its showing error because .lock file is already created at /tmp/g2ipmsg.lock by previous process and its being used.

There something to do with gnome notification panel for allowing ip-messenger icon to appear behind system clock. For many similar application there is same solution like for skype (You need to allow gnome indicator to show skype icon.) But same solution doesn't work for IP Messenger.

Below are two solutions worked for me:

1. Wine

Install wine to run IPMsg.exe on ubuntu. But it has a problem while transferring files. Ubuntu system can only receive files form IPMsg if its running using wine. While sending files from Ubuntu to Windows based IPMsg it will show 0KB file size and it will not allow you to receive any files.

So if you are just looking for non-file transfer solution. Just install wine and run IPMsg.exe.

2. iptux (Preffered solution)

This is the solution I've used finally. Installed iptux in my ubuntu system and its all working now. I can send files to windows users who are using IPMsg.exe.


    $ sudo apt-get install iptux
    

    Sending file from IPMsg (Windows system) to iptux(Ubuntu system)


    Receiving file at iptux (Ubuntu system)



    Update: Sometimes iptux also unable to send file from Linux system to any other. In such case please try transferring directory instead files. It works.


    11 May 2015

    Gujarat SSC 2015 Results - GSEB 10th Results - 10th Board exam result Gujarat

    Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board will soon release Gujarat Board 10th Result 2015 on its official website. GSEB Board class 10th (Matric) examination has already started from 12th march 2015 after successful completion of examination the board will starts preparing the GSEB SSC Exam Results 2015 .

    Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board conducted the board exam in the month of March specially for 10th and 12th class students, lots of students comes in 10th and 12th class every year and they all have to attend the board exam n the month of March /April, if you also appear in this board exam for academic session of 2014-2015, then check your Gujarat Board 10th Result 2015 from our website.

    According to council member of board GSEB Class 10th Result 2015 will publish on official website of board in the first week of June, so our suggestion for the 10th class students that’s have some patience as the board will announce the Gujarat board SSC Results 2015 shortly announce on the official website. Whenever your score card declares on the internet we will provide you direct link to check the board results, so you have to book mark our site and check the result online according to you exam seat number.

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    Declaration aboutGujarat Board 10th Result 2015
    Exam nameSSC/10th board exam
    Releasing dateIn the month of mid month of June 2015

    How to check Board 10th Result 2015 ? 

    1. Firstly log on the official website www.gseb.org
    2. Check the notice/news headline column.
    3. Select the result link of 10th class result 2015.
    4. Fill the roll number and date of birth.
    5. Submit it and your score card will be available on the screen.
    6. Save it for the further use.


    22 January 2015

    Features of Windows 10


    Microsoft unveiled the first details of its Windows 10 operating system Wednesday, which they say will span devices from PCs and game consoles to smartphones and tablets.

    Terry Myerson, Microsoft's executive vice president of the company's operating systems group, says the latest rendition of Windows focused on "more personal computing."

    Myerson says Windows 10 targets three pillars: "mobility of the experience," trust and "the right interaction at the right time," hinting the platform can be controlled by mouse, touch or even gaze.

    Among the new features is the introduction of a successor to the Internet Explorer Web browser, dubbed Project Spartan. The browser, which will work across multiple devices, includes a note-taking feature for annotating webpages, a reading mode and built-in support for PDF files.

    The Start menu appears to be a hybrid of the classic Windows PC interface and the tile-based presentation of applications, allowing users to go full screen with the Start menu for more information.

    Microsoft will also add Cortana, the personal digital assistant users communicate with through voice, to PCs running Windows 10. Users will be able to ask Cortana to pull up PowerPoint slides, send e-mails or search for photos and other information.

    Microsoft will integrate Skype across all devices, and include Office programs Word, Excel and PowerPoint on all Windows 10 phones and tablets. It will also feature an Xbox app where users will find their games or follow the activity of friends.

    All owners of devices running Windows 7, Windows 8 or 8.1 will get a free upgrade to Windows 10 for the first year.

    "We want to move from people needing Windows, to choosing Windows, to loving Windows," said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

    While PCs and mobile devices dominated the event, Microsoft offered an incredible glimpse into the future with a jump into holographic computing. The company introduced the HoloLens, a virtual reality style headset that allows its users to view holograms in the real world. Demos showed users watching Netflix programs on a virtual screen, or manipulating three-dimensional images.

    Windows 10 is the first significant upgrade to the platform since the arrival of Satya Nadella as CEO last year. During his tenure, Nadella has made a strong push toward mobile, enterprise and the cloud as well as thrown support toward the company's popular Xbox video game brand.

    The introduction of Windows 10 is the first step in Microsoft realizing Nadella's vision, says FBR Capital Markets analyst Daniel Ives. "This is about Nadella leading Microsoft into its next stage of growth away from the PC and towards a cloud, virtualized world which can connect all devices on one platform."

    5 handy websites for developers



    There are so many sites out there that are helpful tools, and I have plenty of them in my bookmarks! However, today I will introduce you to five of the websites I have favorited for quick access, and I hope at least a couple of them will be useful to you.

    1.) JotForm - This site is a tool for an easy form builder. You can make contact forms, satisfaction surveys, job applications, time sheets, and party RSVP’s, just to name a few. You can also use the blank form and mold it into anything you want, and have it include dropdown menus, checkboxes, file uploaders, buttons, text, and more. In your creation you can add a captcha, a password box, birthdate picker, and dozens more. Using JotForm, you can create almost any kind of form or survey imaginable. It’s a pretty handy tool, especially if you need to make something for your website.

    2.) Alphabetize - I found this one over at MAMD. You can paste any list into it and it will arrange every item to alphabetical order. It can also make everything lowercase, capitalize the first words in your list, remove duplicates, reverse the whole list, randomize, add any word or symbol of your choice to the start or end of each word, or a mixture of all those things at once. Also a very powerful tool this site provides, it can strip the HTML from whatever you paste into it! Check it out and see for yourself. ;)

    3.) Keyword Suggestion Tool - This is a free tool that lets you enter any keyword, and it will give you up to 100 related keywords and an estimate of their DAILY search volume. This can be extremely helpful to bloggers, especially if you want to get ranked for your keywords and include important keywords in your posts.

    4.) Hundreds of Free Icons - At this site you will find so many icons you can use that are from the Crystal Clear icon set. Icons for actions, applications, devices, file systems, KDM, and MIME-types are all here. You can use the small version of the icon, or click on it and get the larger version. I don’t know how often you’ll be needing any of these but when you do this can be very helpful.

    5.) Cliché Finder - If you like to make your content interesting, then you might want to consider adding some clichés to spice it up a bit. You can search for any word that may appear in your cliché, or you can select to view ten random clichés. For example, when I clicked to see some random clichés, the first one it gave me was “faster than a jackrabbit”. This might not be something you use that often, but if you ever want to say something and make it a little more exciting, this could come in handy.

    There you have it! Five handy-dandy websites you can use. I will try to share helpful sites in list posts like this from time to time. I hope any of these might be useful to you in some way.

    23 November 2014

    Install Android Lollipop on Sony Xperia L - CyanogenMod 12


    I'm presenting here few basic steps to install lastest Android L on Sony Xperia L (Device code Taoshan)

    Disclaimer: kvGropu4all. is not responsible for any damages caused directly or indirectly by a following guide. Any action you do for your Android device must be done only under your responsibility. Unlocking bootloader and rooting device voids warranty of your device. Please take backup of your "all important data" before proceeding with any steps. Because it will completely wipe your personal data from internal storage.

    1. Unlock bootloader

    First of all you need to have boot loader unlocked for your device.
    Follow this official guide to unlock bootloader

    I prefer Official Guide to unlock bootloader

    2. Root your device.
    After unlocking bootloeader you have to root your phone and install any recovery manager. I prefer CWM (ClockworkMod)

    Download this zip. and extract on your windows pc. Make sure you have drivers installed and connected phone with good USB cable. (In most cases failure happens with damaged USB cables)

    Run install.bat

    it will detect your connected phone and install CWM Recovery and Root your device.

    After restart you may want to verify root access. Just install come root checker (lot of available on play store, just install any one and check it).

    3. Installing Android L 

    Download CyanogenMod 12 - Taoshan ROM and GoogleApps Package for Android 5, and copy to your memory card so that we can install from it.

    Step 1: Go to Recovery mode- on Xperia L to go to recovery mode, you need to power off phone first. Then press power button and then press Volume Up button for few times (untill it vibrates phone two-three times). There you are, it will present you with CWM Recovery manager.

    Step 2: Once in CWM Recovery, choose “wipe data/factory reset”.  This will erase all of your settings, apps, app data, and everything except for your personal photos, videos, and files in your internal storage.  (Does not touch external storage.)

    (This step is optional if you are installing a custom ROM that is based on the same/newer firmware but I usually recommend to do it unless you are installing an updated version of the same ROM you are running.)

    Step 3: Go back to main menu and choose “install zip”.

    Step 4: Choose “choose zip from /sdcard” or “choose zip from /external_sd” depending on where you put your ROM zip files.  (/sdcard = internal storage, /external_sd = microSD card)

    Step 5: Next browse your file system and file the ROM zip file you want to install and install it.

    Step 6: Similarly install gapps (GoogleApps) package from external card.

    Step 7: Reboot your phone.

    Step 8: Keep clam, first reboot may take up to 10 minutes (yeah, its too much, but it took that for me at-least) - If you got into bootloop, don't worry, just reboot into recovery and do clean cache and clean dalvik cache.

    Step 9: Hurry, you are now enjoying Android L on your Sony Xperia L.

    For more details visit: [XDA Developers Thread]

    Screenshots:



    18 November 2014

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    Features of Android Lollipop which aren't there in Android Kitkat



    1. Tap and go


    2. Use the flashlight

    Flashlight apps have always been popular on Android, so Google has decided to roll one into Lollipop to save you the trouble of having download a third-party one. Pull down the notification drawer then tap the top bar to reveal the flashlight app alongside other options like airplane mode. The app will only appear if your device has an LED flash alongside its camera.

    3. Prioritize your apps

    Android 5.0 Lollipop lets you set up a list of important apps that are allowed to disturb you even when most aren't. Head to Settings -> Sound & notification ->App notifications and you can choose to block each app or mark it as a priority one. Tap the volume slider on your device to activate priority mode indefinitely or for one hour (a star will appear in the status bar).


    4. Deal with notifications from the lock screen

    In Lollipop all of your app notifications appear on the lock screen ready for viewing. Not only that, but you can interact with them as well. Swipe to dismiss, tap to reply and so on, depending on the app in question. A double-tap gets you into the relevant app. Head to Settings -> Sound & notification -> When device is locked if you want to hide sensitive alerts.

    5. Pin apps


    If you want to hand over your device to one of your kids or a friend, you can "pin" them inside one single app. First, activate the feature via Settings ->Security -> Screen pinning. Then, when you activate the multitasking screen via the square Overview button, you'll see a pin icon appear in the lower right-hand corner of the bottom app (drag it up if you can't see it).
    Holding down the Back and Overview buttons is enough to exit the pinned mode and get back to other apps. When you activate the pin, you'll be asked if you want to use a code or pattern to unlock it. This is tied to the same protection applied to your device, so if your lock screen isn't protected by a code or pattern then the option won't appear when you're pinning apps.

    6. Jump to app settings

    The lock screen really has been given a major overhaul with the Android 5.0 Lollipop update, and the improvements include the ability to jump straight to an app's settings or information panel right from the lock screen. Long-press on any notification and (depending on the app) you'll see a cog icon (the app settings shortcut) and an info icon (the app notification settings shortcut).

    7. Predict battery life


    New to Android 5.0 Lollipop is the ability to see how much time is left before the battery runs out of juice, or how long you need to wait before your device is fully charged up. Tap on the battery icon in the notification drawer to see either reading (the time-until-charged information also appears on the lock screen a few minutes after you've connected your device to a power source).

    8. Search settings and networks

    Google's search bar is getting more ubiquitous with each passing version of Android, and in Lollipop it's made it into the Settings app. Tap the magnifying glass icon to use it. It can be a quick way of finding a particular option you're looking for, especially if you don't already know what menu or heading it's under. You can use the same feature to bring up saved Wi-Fi networks too.

    9. Enter Guest Mode


    Sharing devices with other people (friends, colleagues, family members, distracted children) can be a real pain, but Lollipop's new Guest Mode eases it somewhat. You can access Guest Mode by dragging down the notification drawer, tapping on your user account avatar, and then selecting Add guestfrom the menu (or just Guest if you've been through the process before).

    10. Improve text legibility

    If you were wondering if the Accessibility menu within Settings would get overlooked in the Android 5.0 upgrade, there's a new experimental feature here called High contrast text. Essentially, it gives white or difficult-to-read text a black outline when it's being viewed on a light background. It's applied to the "OK Google" text inside the home screen search bar, for example.

    11. Chromecast more quickly


    There's an official Chromecast app from Google that lets you screencast from any device running Android 4.4.2 or higher, but the functionality is built right into Android 5.0, which is great news for anyone with one of the compact streaming dongles to hand. It's right in the notification drawer—tap on the Cast screen icon to locate your Chromecast and begin screencasting.

    12. Add trusted devices

    A trusted device is a specified Bluetooth or NFC-enabled gadget that will automatically disable the security code or pattern on your your Android phone or tablet when it's in range. This means you don't have to fiddle around unlocking the Lollipop device when you're at home or in the car, for example. Head to Settings -> Security -> Smart Lock to set up the feature.

    13. Hang a 'do not disturb' sign


    This works a little bit like the priority app notifications we mentioned earlier, but it's based around times and days more than apps. Go to Settings -> Sound & notification -> Interruptions to set it up—it's perhaps best used overnight when you don't want to be disturbed, but there is the option to let certain contacts through as well as messages and alarms, if necessary.

    14. Get back to your apps after a reboot

    If you reboot your device in any version of Android before 5.0, all of your recently opened apps will disappear. In Lollipop, they're still present on the Overview screen, so you can quickly get back to a previous conversation or website if you need to (not all apps will remember exactly where you were in the app). To remove a card from the list, swipe it away to the left or right.

    15. Play Google's Flappy Bird clone


    Like earlier versions of Android, Lollipop has an Easter egg to unlock. Go to Settings -> About phone then tap quickly four times on the Android version entry. Once the Lollipop graphic appears, tap quickly on it several times then finish with a long press to launch a clone of Flappy Bird with an Android robot in place of the bird. It's just as frustrating to play as the original too.

    16. Save the battery

    Android 5.0 Lollipop includes a built-in battery saver mode that you can get to kick in at 15 percent battery, 5 percent battery or never (you can also switch it on and off manually). It cuts off some background syncing and vibrations and makes various other tweaks as well. If you select Battery from the Settings app you'll find the battery saver on the menu behind the three vertical dots.

    17 November 2014

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    DBMS_Dec-2008-09_2.pdf
    DBMS_Dec-2011.jpg
    DBMS_Jan-2004-05.pdf
    DBMS_July-2002-03_old.pdf
    DBMS_July-2003-04_old.pdf
    DBMS_July-2005-06_old.pdf
    DBMS_July-2006-07.pdf
    DBMS_June-2008-09.pdf
    DBMS_May-2007-08.pdf
    DEC08-JAN09.pdf
    DEC09-JAN10.pdf
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    JUNE-JULY2009.pdf
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    _100Q.pdf
    _IIISEM_DBMS_100questions_AK.pdf


    CN Question paper set includes following question papers:
    CN_Dec-09-10.pdf
    CN_Dec-2005-06_old.pdf
    CN_Dec-2006-07.pdf
    CN_Dec-2008-09.pdf
    CN_Dec-2008-09_2.pdf
    CN_Dec-2011.jpg
    CN_Jan-2004-05.pdf
    CN_July-2003-04.pdf
    CN_July-2003-04_old.pdf
    CN_July-2003-04_old_2.pdf
    CN_July-2004-05.pdf
    CN_July-2005-06.pdf
    CN_July-2006-07.pdf
    CN_June-2007-08.pdf
    CN_June-2008-09.pdf
    CN_June-2008-09_2.pdf
    CN_June-July2011.jpg
    CN_June_July2011.jpg
    DEC08-JAN09.pdf
    DEC09-JAN10.pdf
    Dec2005_1.jpg
    Dec2005_2.jpg
    Dec2010.jpg
    Jul-Aug2004.jpg
    Jul-Aug2005_1.jpg
    Jul-Aug2005_2.jpg
    July2006_1.jpg
    July2006_2.jpg
    July2007.jpg
    Jun-Jul-08.tif
    JUNE-JULY-2009.pdf
    _CN-10MCA32-100Questions-Dr.KSJ.pdf
    _CN_Model_QP,Scheme,Soln-123
    _CN_Model_QP,Scheme,Soln-123
    _CN_Model_QP,Scheme,Soln-123
    _CN_Model_QP,Scheme,Soln-123
    _CN_Model_QP,Scheme,Soln-123
    _CN_Model_QP,Scheme,Soln-123
    _CN_Model_QP,Scheme,Soln-123
    _CN_Model_QP,Scheme,Soln-123
    _CN_Model_QP,Scheme,Soln-123
    _CN_Model_QP,Scheme,Soln-123

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    [Download OR Question Papers]

    OR Question paper set includes following question papers:
    OR_Dec-09-10_old.pdf
    OR_July-2003-04.pdf
    OR_June-July-2009.pdf
    OR_July-2003-04 (1).pdf
    OR_June-2007-08.pdf


    [Download MIS Question Papers]

    MIS Question paper set includes following question papers:
    MIS_Dec-09-10_old.pdf
    MIS_Dec-2008-09_old.pdf
    MIS_July-2006-07.pdf
    MIS_Dec-09-10.pdf    
    MIS_jan-2004-05.pdf    
    MIS_June-2007-08.pdf
    MIS_Dec-2006-07.pdf  
    MIS_Jul-2003-04.pdf    
    MIS_June-2008-09.pdf
    MIS_Dec-2007-08.pdf  
    MIS-July-2005-06.pdf    
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    [Download DS Question Papers]

    DS Question paper set includes following question papers:
    _10mca23_DSC.pdf        
    DSC_Dec-2008-09.pdf
    DSC-July-2005-06.pdf
    DSC_Dec-09-10.pdf      
    DSC_jan-2004-05.pdf
    DSC_July-2006-07 (1).pdf
    DSC_Dec-2006-07.pdf    
    DSC_Jul-2003-04.pdf
    DSC_July-2006-07.pdf
    DSC_Dec-2008-09_old.pdf
    DSC_July-2003.pdf  
    DSC_June-2007-08.pdf

    [Download C++ Question Papers]

    C++ Question paper set includes following question papers:
    C++_Dec-2005-06 (1).pdf  
    C++_Dec-2008-09_old.pdf  
    C++_July-2006-07.pdf
    C++_Dec-2005-06.pdf      
    C++_Dec-2008-09.pdf      
    C++_June-2007-08.pdf
    C++_Dec-2006-07.pdf      
    C++_Jan-2004-05.pdf      
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    C++_July-2003-04.pdf     
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