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Monday, September 12, 2005
Education Plus Coimbatore
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Preparing for the next wave
Master the art of learning
In our new series, we look at how to go about acquiring a good learning style.
Go in for an all-inclusive timetable
Making an overambitious timetable and then failing to follow it is common. That is why you should take into account the ground realities of student life before blindly drafting a tight schedule, ignoring your diverse pursuits. The timetable ...
Bidding good bye to accidents
This duo from Srinivasa Polytechnic, Pukukottai district, has devised a speed regulator for motorcycles. They bagged the first prize in the inter-polytechnic exhibition on `Automation and Robotics'.
`Competence creates outstanding teachers'
By lending a sympathetic ear to students and taking time to cultivate professional and personal friendships, teachers who stand out from the rest are trustworthy
For that dream career
Vikas Publishing House has launched a `My Dream Career' series giving introductory information on career growth prospects in different areas such as Information Technology, Engineering, Medicine and Teaching. These `Futuremap' books are slim ...
The treasures that lie beneath
Geophysicists are in high demand to sniff out oil, groundwater and minerals.
HRM: the flavour of the season
As IT and ITES sectors continue to flourish, human resource management is gaining ground, and a PG course in HR is in high demand.
E-tutoring is also part of the outsourcing boom that is taking the Indian ITES industry to new heights.
GIS is much more than a mapping technology; it is being put to new uses in different areas.
Knowledge can keep the wolf from the door
INDIA WILL prosper and be free from hunger if every village becomes a knowledge centre and farmers follow the suggestions of experts to grow more food grains and vegetables in a scientific manner. "Agriculture is knowledge-intensive, not ...
A teacher par excellence
A reputed professor of English, a great principal, an inspiring patriot, a counsellor to thousands of students who gave his time liberally for personal guidance, Saranathan is today fondly remembered by legions of his students, admirers and by the pu blic.
Teaching for job fitment
IT IS common knowledge that traditional classroom teaching is information-oriented and based on directions given to individual students. The lecture method of teaching encapsulates information and directions along with illustrations. It is a rare ...
Teleconferencing held for trainers, teachers
AN EDUSAT teleconference under the distance education programme was conducted for Coimbatore district on Monday. A release said that 66 persons including teacher trainers and schoolteachers participated in the programme at the Government ...
Seminar on human rights
THE NSS units of the RVS College of Arts and Science, Sulur, conducted an orientation programme on "Human Rights Sensitisation Course" for the NSS-student volunteers on September 2. The morning session of the programme was engaged by V.P Sarathy, ...
THE SCHOOL of Management of Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology will organise a ` CEO-Speak' programme on September 13. Subhash Jagota, CEO, Global Business Solutions, New Delhi, attend. An alumnus of XLRI (Xavier Labour Research ...
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