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Monday, September 05, 2005
Education Plus Hyderabad
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Get to college... and plan
Hep goes the ITI syllabus
Centre has decided to update the courses. Industry too will play an active role in the proceedings. This translates to better skills, more jobs
Opening doors to Oz
IDP, a conglomeration of Australian universities, assists students who want to take up higher studies Down Under. Take a note, since Aussie land charges only 40 p.c. of Uncle Sam's rate
Views and trivia from colleges and campuses
Chopras simplify UK stay
Britain-bound students benefit from the session, which dwells on all details
ANGRAU invites applications
The Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University (ANGRAU) is inviting applications for its Ph.D and M.Sc courses. For the P.G. courses, candidates of Andhra Pradesh who fulfil the residential requirements of A.P. Educational Institutions order 1974 ...
Pick `n' choose careers
Fair and Lovely Foundation's Career Mela offered students a delectable `spread'. The range: Management to tattoo artist. Wannabes lapped up the fare
Tackle GMAT essays
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) consists of sections that test your essay writing, verbal and math skills. The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) consists of two 30-minute essay questions, each with a different focus: 1) ...
Keeping vigil against cancer and ageing
Tune in to the latest in the field of research
Vivekananda Vani Samstha is offered courses in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Hindi and Sanskrit from October 4 at the Vivekananda Institute of Languages, Domalguda. Contact the institute for applications from 8.30 a.m. to 11 a.m. ...
Superb on stage
Oscar Wilde, Shakespeare, Wilkie Collins and a host of other popular playwrights held centre-stage at the Aurora's Degree College, Chikkadpally during the English Theatre festival, on which curtains came down here on August 31. The eight-day ...
Squeeze out a solution
Problems will bug you all through. What counts in the response. You can walk around with your chin touching the knees. Or you can chalk out ways to bury your worries. The latter is better, any day
Lending an ear to those who can't hear
I am studying D. Pharma. I wish to know the education and career prospects of `Audiology Speech Language and Pathology' course. K. Nagraj Vizag. One can pursue a Bachelor's degree in Audiology and Speech Language and Pathology after ...
Thriving at ten
DCM celebrates its decennial and the alumni are the most enthused lot
Scholarships for sports champs
Applications are invited for Sports Scholarships for the year 2005-06 from sports persons studying in Schools/Colleges/Universities who have secured first/second/third position in individual events or winner/runners-up position in team events in ...
Little steps towards bliss
A smile, a fleeting thought or a compliment can brighten our day. But most of the time, we are too harried to savour them
Lonely, and loving it
Try taking out some time for yourself. No friends, no family... just chill out with a favourite book or music. Revel in the experience
How about writing about your classroom, and your backyard that is your college campus? Heart-warming (heart-rending, too) stories, experiences that moved you. Incidents that stirred you or things you did not like. Youth festivals or ...
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