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Solo in America
Five Fulbright Indian scholars back after a stint in the U.S. narrate their experiences. Akhila Seetharaman reports.


Scottish varsities woo Indian students
IT WAS a holiday weekend with an India - Pakistan cricket match on television, but that failed to deter over 150 students from turning up for the Scottish University Education Exhibition organised by British Council. Some of the young people ...
Stay on and work
FOR THOSE who are wondering whether or not to go to Scotland for higher education, there is now one more reason to decide in favour of going abroad. From the Summer of 2005, students who graduate with a first degree, M.Sc. or Ph.D. from a ...
Creative arts in vogue
YOUNG PEOPLE from India who are planning to go to Scotland for higher education are increasingly drawn to courses in the creative arts. "We find that design courses are of interest to Indian students. Textiles design courses are popular. In ...
University information at the fingertips
Instead of waiting at the reception desk to ask questions, visitors can use the terminal to get information on the details they need. It helps visitors know about university departments and also the background of faculty members and their latest publications
PG course in Road Technology
The venture is an initiative of IR Rasta, the Road Institute of Ingersoll Rand, in association with the Visvesaraya Technological University (VTU). Besides training students, the institute will assist them to get opportunities to work at project site s.
A roadmap to MBA at IITs
Studying management courses at different levels is an option the Indian Institutes of Technology provide. Here is an outline of what they have on offer.
Jobs aplenty for agriculture graduates
AGRICULTURAL GRADUATES came under the spotlight at the `TNAU Job Fair 2004', organised on the campus of the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU), during the first week of November. The spadework began several days in advance, with the ...
G-8 and its agenda
A NEW column Concept Zone is being introduced. Whether it is a group discussion or an interview, or even an entrance exam, well-informed candidates with conceptual clarity always have an edge. This is the idea behind the concept zone, to build ...
An action plan for Indian MNCs
GLOBALISATION IS spreading around the world with every passing day and no country can hope to remain isolated and flourish anymore. "If you participate in globalisation you may prosper, but if you do not, you will collapse and be outside the ...
Fellowships
THE JAWAHARLAL Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, a deemed University, in association with the Department of Science and Technology and Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, New Delhi, is offering summer research fellowships ...
Of priorities, skill and teamwork
Don't jump at a story. You may ask for a clarification whether the interviewer has a job-related story or an account that reveals human nature in mind. interview
All about .Net
The Chennai.Net Student User Group has bagged the `Microsoft Best Student User Group Award' this year. A treasure trove of tips, free downloads and learning tools, the group is a 750-strong forum of experts.
They want to help people lead better lives
SOCIAL WORK professionals are a much-sought-after group in many advanced countries, for they listen to the problems of people in distress and help them resolve problems that arise in the course of their work or in their families. In India, such ...
SAE to offer more courses
SAE WHICH runs its Diploma and Degree programmes affiliated to Middlesex University, London, will offer undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from Indian universities from January. "There will be more of practical training but also a lot of ...
Boosting work skills among youth
EMPLOYED AND unemployed young people benefited from short courses aimed at developing work skills at C.I.T. Sandwich Polytechnic College, recently. One course on office automation ran for 15 days, and the other was a two-day programme on fabric ...

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