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Preparing for the next wave
Bringing them on par with the best
If tapped properly, Tamil Nadu alone could account for 20,000 employable engineering graduates every year, says a survey. More than 8,052 talented fresh graduates are waiting to be employed every year and an estimated 2,415 students from Tier II and 448 from Tier III colleges remain untapped
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'.
Gem of a course
The Department of Mining and Geology is planning to launch courses for those who are interested in the gemmology profession.
The right way to write GMAT essays
Practice makes perfect. You can prepare for the GMAT by simply practising essay-writing within the stipulated 30 minutes.
Technical institutions can breathe easy
The All India Council for Technical Education has made some changes in the norms to be met by engineering colleges for increasing seats and introducing more courses.
ICFAI's placement scheme
The ICFAI University has come up with a placement scheme for some of its distance education programmes.
Grab a slice of Red Hat
Develop open source software and you can be the `Lord of the Code' and also win Rs. 2 lakhs.
Attracting young scientists
The Homi Bhabha National Institute, which will be functional from the next academic year, aims to attract young scientists towards basic research and technology development.
Teachers who stand out from the rest are trustworthy as motivators and do not believe in merely punishing and monitoring. A. A. Michael Raj
Eyes and heart on your goal
To develop a good learning style you have to set a goal and must have the desire to achieve it. Here are a few tips.
Stay focussed and prosper
Whatever be the style adopted for studies, the outcome will not be beneficial unless you maintain concentration. Your mind should not wander, but should remain riveted to the lesson. What Jerry Lynch, psychologist, athlete, coach and author, ...
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 Department of Information Technology, Jerusalem College of Engineering, conducted a one-day workshop on ethical hacking, computer forensics and cyber crime in collaboration with Intellesecure Network Solutions last week. Rama K. ...
Mathematics tuitions online
E-tutoring is also part of the outsourcing boom that is taking the Indian ITES industry to new heights.
The Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI) School of Management, Jamshedpur, has invited applications for XAT and the academic programme of XLRI for 2006. XAT score is also used by 41 other management institutes for admission. The programmes at ...
The little things at Shaastra
The IIT's technology fest, Shaastra 2005, provides a unique opportunity for aspiring technocrats to interact with personalities who are virtually a Who's Who of modern technology.
The two-day fourth annual study conference (SUNRGEO-2005) will be held at Madras Christian College, Chennai, on September 15 and 16 under the joint auspices of Department of Social Work (Human Resource Management) and Personnel Management ...
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