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Reaching for the stars
FTII shows the way
The Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) in Pune has been shaping the best of talent in the Indian film industry over the last four decades. Established in 1960 on the erstwhile Prabhat studio premises in Pune, the FTII has created a ...
Off to a flying start
Campus selection often provides a good break to students at the start of their career. Here is how you could try to improve your competitive edge during the selection process.
Gateway to MIT's programmes
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the U.S. has made available on the Internet learning material pertaining to 700 of its courses. And this educational resource comes free.
Of engineers, for engineers
The Institution of Engineers has been a pioneer in conducting non-formal engineering programmes. A look at what it has to offer.
Q & A
: I would like to have details of B.Tech courses in Automobile Engineering and the job opportunities in this field.
Preparing for IIT-JEE
Clearing IIT-JEE is a tough job. However, the right kind of training could make a lot of difference.
Focus on development issues
The Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram, has set new standards in research on development issues. A profile of the institution.
ABSE, D. There Was A Young Man From Cardiff; AYDON, C. Charles Darwin; BAINS, W. Biotechnology From A to Z; BARBIERI, M. The Organic Codes: An Introduction To Semantic Biology. BIGGS, S. Considering Adoption; BRAWNE, M. Architectural Thought: ...
A Herculean task made easy
Arindam Bhattacharyya who secured the tenth rank in the Civil Services examination this year chose to stay in Thiruvananthapuram while preparing for it. He explains his strategy to succeed in the mains.
All-India Medical and Engineering Colleges Association, a newly floated forum of private professional colleges in the country, has said in Tamil Nadu that it was "temporarily withholding" a common entrance examination (CET) that was proposed ...
Nearly three years after it started issuing a hi-tech, tamper-resistant degree certificate, the University of Kerala is now working to put in place support systems that would make it easy for anyone to verify the authenticity of a particular ...
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