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Monday, March 21, 2005
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IT rules job scene
THERE IS good news for job aspirants in the country. Employment in the organised sector was expected to grow by 3.35 per cent in the quarter ending March 31. The country's Information Technology (IT) and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) ...
A university-school bridge
A PIONEERING initiative of the Bharathidasan University to assess and accredit volunteering schools through its School Linkage Cell (SLC) took shape recently with the accreditation of the Periyar Maniammai Centenary Memorial Matriculation Higher ...
Biotechnology: unravelling pathways to prosperity
A whole lot of career opportunities is likely to arise in new biosciences and biology in the immediate future. The application of biosciences in various realms, including production of biological and biotech products, pharmaceuticals, food ...
A mindgame for all
Straightforward questions such as "Which is India's tallest building" have been thrown off quizzing arenas jazzed up with multimedia. And the quizzing tribe is on the rise, not just for gathering fame, flight tickets and trivia but to sharpen ...
Getting into law
THERE WAS a time when getting into the `best' law schools in the country was not considered an achievement, but then the law schools themselves were not great achievements either. The concept of the national law school and the popularisation ...
INSTITUTION IN FOCUS
CHEERS and help from teachers
VESTED WITH the primary responsibility of imparting teacher training, the District Institute of Education and Training (DIET) has, in recent times, expanded its areas of activities. Active functioning of its seven departments District ...
Who needs education?
The principal goal of education is to create people who are capable of doing new things not simply repeating what other generations have done, people who are creative, inventive discoverers. Jean Piaget, Swiss psychologist and ...
Your success insured
With several companies entering the fray, the insurance sector offers a wide range of job opportunities.
How about some `de-schooling'?
The present social crisis in some of the advanced nations could be due to textualisation of knowledge, resulting in the `drop' of feelings and emotions.
THE STUDENTS of the Chidambaram Pillai College for Women, Mannachanallur, acquainted themselves with the new software Java2 Enterprise Edition through a lecture organised by the Computer Association. In his lecture on ...
Storyline with a difference
STEPHEN ALTER has taught fiction writing at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for 10 years. He has some tips for students who have The Great Indian Story burning inside:
Engineering efficiency in industry
Industrial engineering is a less known branch that offers a challenging career to who would like to think out of the box.
On the comeback trail
The medical transcription field is picking up again after going through a boom and bust phase in the last few years.
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