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E-tutoring is also part of the outsourcing boom that is taking the Indian ITES industry to new heights, writes G. Krishnakumar
Students' expertise in management and advertisements was put to test. Most felt `greatly benefited' by the experience at the `Corporate Honor 2005'
Get ready for a culture shock in Germany. But the experience is well worth it. A `survival session' guided prospective students through this fascinating country and its people
Grab a slice of Red Hat
All computer science students need to do here is develop software. And walk away with Rs. 2 lakhs if you prove yourself the `Lord'
Set your eyes on the goal
To develop a good learning style you have to set a goal and must have the desire to achieve them. Here are a few tips.
GMAT maths: tackle basics
The quantitative section of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) consists of 37 multiple-choice questions to be completed in 75 minutes. Of these, nine are experimental questions that do not count towards the final score, but there is no ...
News and trivia from colleges and campuses
Music has a remedy for every mood and every ailment
Tune in to the latest in the field of research
Dream big to make it big
The secret of success is simple: ambition and the courage, intelligence and will to get what you want
Openings aplenty for school counsellors
I am a postgraduate (MHSc) in child development. Could you please tell me about the professional courses I could pursue and the job opportunities available for me in this field? Feroz, Hyderabad Increasingly, schools, ...
The Canadian carrot
Those interested in pursuing masters and doctoral degrees abroad can try for the Canadian Commonwealth Scholarships. Selected students will be given tuition fees for studies in Canada and personal maintenance allowance apart from other expenses being taken care of
Buddies, always the best bet
With the right ones, life seems so easy. And in college campuses you don't have to go friend-hunting. Somehow, you will find them
Culture with a corporate twist
Corporate culture. Sounds good. Works out good too, if the employees and employers look at it from each other's perspective.
Potter weaves his magic on campus
A copy of Potter 6 sent boredom flying out of the window. Everyone on campus has a view on what the new book by J.K. Rowling is like.
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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