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Monday, March 07, 2005
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Global it is!
Students queued up for info on courses offered by foreign universities. Even North Cyprus institutes had their share of `fans'!
`State must subsidise higher education'
STUDENT LOANS are largely Government-operated in most of the countries, but in India, banks have stepped in. These bank loans may affect students, says Jandhyala B.G. Tilak, Senior Fellow, National Institute of Educational Planning and ...
Preparing the ground for IIT
To get an admission into anyone of the IITs, one has to start the preparations in advance.
Some Acumen this will be
VASAVI COLLEGE of Engineering is all set to host its technical festival, `Acumen,' from March 10 to 12. Acumen is aimed at providing holistic development and encouraging entrepreneurial skills of students. This year a record number of more ...
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 ...
Waiting in the wings
Here is a chance for a flying start to your career in Army, Navy or Air Force as a class I commissioned officer through NDA or CDS entrance test.
Mind on the bend
Showcasing their innate talents, students came out with stunning innovations at Srujana 2005.
African lingo, Afghan sighs, Ugandan hoots, Iranian jokes... it was international students' night out at Osmania University.
* THE BRITISH Government has come up with a fresh talent initiative (FTI) scheme to encourage overseas students who graduate from Scottish universities to work and live in Scotland for further two years. The universities offer a variety of ...
Students of the Department of Electronic and Communication Engineering in the AU College of Engineering conducted a two-day national symposium on Thursday and Friday. The symposium was titled 'ECHOS...forever'. Over 40 engineering colleges from ...
A CENTURY ago, pioneer psychologist, William James, described attention as "taking possession of a fact by the mind in clear and vivid form." In 1920s, the word `attention' disappeared from academic psychology for three decades giving place to ...
Economics of mother tongue, other tongue
A half-hearted approach sure will not help growth of either English or local language. Let children first be taught self-confidence. Competence comes next.
I am a commerce graduate working in customer banking operations. Is there a related course that can help me push my career in the banking industry? Raghavendra Rao * BANKS LOOK for good communication and interpersonal skills. However, to ...
Q & A : Ask the CBSE
This is the concluding instalment of answers from the Central Board of Secondary Education to queries from readers of The Hindu as part of the `Ask the CBSE' series. I am a student of Class X. I have heard from my teachers that there ...
Precious Cell phone?
Walking to the college from the bus-stop, I realise that something is missing from my hand. Something shiny and cool. Of God... .that's my precious cell phone! I ransack my bag in the middle of the road as if I'm more than ready for the loony ...
Loyalty - An enduring Indian trait
. Most of you will soon be finishing college and entering the job market. At this time your first priority is to get a job in a reputed company. Some will land a job that pays a great salary in a company with an excellent reputation. Others will ...
There is one thing that makes people feel enough rage to commit violence, and that is a feeling of powerlessness. If people feel that they have no control over their destiny and environment, if they feel that they cannot act effectively, then ...
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