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Rise at Sunrice
Want to be a world chef? at-Sunrice in Singapore is the place to realise your dreams. R. Ravikanth Reddy discovers the immense potential its courses offer for budding chefs during his visit to the island nation.
Can't discount TISS
Not only the personnel management and industrial relations course at TISS is highly industry-oriented but it also wins placements for students in top firms.
Homing in on hospitality
FROM THE hilly slopes of picturesque Nepal to the dusty lands down the southern part of India, the journey has been a long but memorable one for 30 Nepalese students as they experienced the lifestyles of Andhra and relished its well-known ...
Roll for role-play
IT PAYS to be part of group activities, particularly when it comes to soft skills. This is where the strength of "role-play" conversation as an effective communication tool lies. The scope for using this technique is unlimited. Team up with a ...
THE MOTHER of all student festivals is back. Saarang-2005, the annual cultural festival of IIT Madras, is inviting vibrant minds and young hearts to a journey of entertainment and skill tests packed with new events and new initiatives. With ...
Cytokines in cancer therapy
CANCERS CAN be regarded as diseases in which cellular signalling mechanisms have been disrupted, so as to remove the growth and behaviour of the cell from normal constraints. Cytokines are proteins produced by cells in response to a variety of ...
Study on Denial of Service attacks
THE INTERNET can be viewed in so many different ways. Here this paper is intended on study and prevention of Denial of Service (DoS) attacks. A attack is an attack which attempts to prevent the victim from being able to use all or part of their ...
NALSAR offers law courses
NALSAR UNIVERSITY is inviting applications for its five-year B.A. B.L. (Hons.) degree programme and also for the two-year LLM programme. Students with a minimum of 50 per cent in Intermediate are eligible for the five-year course. The course has ...
My dear friends, the anger of nature has killed more than 1,30,000 (and the number is still booming). Most of them are our fellow beings and many of them are our close ones-whom we have pledged all through our childhood as our brothers and ...
Need for collegial approach
The hallmark of a university lies in ensuring continuity and change. At the same time it has to safeguard old values.
Is it hygienic?
MJMC, Andhra University, Jan. 16. Is it hygienic? We see college going guys and gals and even adults relishing hot chat, pani puri (golgappe), and samosa on the roadside pushcarts. But is it healthy? It's definitely cheap and tasty. But is it ...
Postponement a real put off
The moment procrastination gets into a student's mind, he's inviting trouble - be it reading a subject or writing an essay. It's better to act now than glide to failure later.
The electronic proposal
M.V.S.R. ENGINEERING COLLEGE, JAN. 16. January and February are not just the months to celebrate New Year, Pongal and Valentine's Day for students, but also time for freshers' parties that are celebrated in five-star style! I want to share ...
Job scope in nanotechnology
NANOTECHNOLOGY IS the science of understanding the structure and behaviour of materials at atomic or molecular level. Nanotechnology is an emerging field across the globe. Graduates in the field can become entrepreneurs or work as management and ...
Congratulations to Sudhakar Bira, Dilip Kumar, S. Amarnadh, S. Sreenadh, Sai Sampath and V. Lakshmi. They can collect prizes from The Hindu office during working hours. Answers for Quiz No. 14: 1) Infosys chief, ...
What's wrong in that?
To learn from Western work culture and to inculcate practical aspects of it into ours propels a revolution of sorts.
Hosting all-India events
Andhra University has successfully conducted the all-India inter-university weightlifting, powerlifting and best physique championships. AU is also happy that its women's weightlifting team ruled the roost, while the powerlifting team was ...
The AU College of Engineering has lined up several programmes during its golden jubilee year, and the commendable aspect is that it is conducting the programmes as announced. The students of the Civil Engineering Department conducted a national ...
All eyes on probe
The oral hearings to be conducted by the Justice Vaman Rao Commission of Inquiry on January 19 (into the allegations against the Vice-Chancellor, Y.C. Simhadri) is the only event that generated interest on the campus when Sankranti holidays were ...
Andhra University has provided another opportunity for the candidates of M.A. (economics) and M.A. (English), who had studied the courses in the unit system from 1993-94 to 2000-01 and 1998-99 to 2000-01 respectively, to complete their degrees. ...
The Multi Purpose Health Worker (MPHW) trainees of the Regional Training Centre (Female) were given a one-day awareness session on HIV/AIDS at the St. Joseph's College for Women (autonomous) recently. The programme was organised under the ...
Flutter over lack of doping test
The absence of doping test saw competitors from one Northern university openly taking performance-enhancing drugs. The competitors also had the audacity to challenge and chase away some media personnel who recorded their ugly act. The ...
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