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Monday, March 13, 2006
Education Plus Coimbatore
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Making internships work
Of skimming, scanning and saccades
The mechanics of reading fast and how it works.
Short films, big potential
Documentaries, ads, awareness campaigns. SAE students produced them all as part of their coursework, showing promise and proficiency in shooting films.
Occasion to tap hidden technical talent
YOU COULD take a look at Foxy Fuzz, have your say on Drum-Roll-Play and may be try your hand at Blast the Bug. These may sound like the names of fancy games to the uninitiated. But, hold on. These are some of the events that set adrenalin levels ...
A career for all seasons
More students now go in for CA
Getting to know the power of entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurs are on the rise from colleges; but numbers still far lower and disproportionate when compared to the quantity of graduates.
`Women should help enrich society'
WOMEN NEED to bring out the best in themselves not only to build themselves but also to enrich society, said Sreejaya, advocate. Addressing students and faculty members of the RVS College of Arts and Science on the occasion of International ...
Going the extra mile for their wards
As soon as May begins, parents are busy collecting application forms from various schools / colleges. They want their wards to be admitted in the best institution. NITHYA K.T.
I ECE, Karpagam College of ...
Of chips and electronic displays
BEEPS SOUNDED now and again, light bulbs flashed and digital displays glowed inside the auditorium at S.N.R. Sons College, as curious young people crowded around to look at a collection of electric motors, photo-electric cells, switches and ...
Learn about security in mobile networks
A ONE-DAY seminar, `Security in Mobile Networks', was organised by the Amritha Vishwa Vidyapeetham and the Coimbatore Centre of Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers recently.
New College Institute of Management conducted an inter-college meet on March 2. Students had a chance to show off their HR, communication and leadership skills during the various contests. Contestants argued on the theme `Do men resent women in ...
Melting pot of ideas and enterprise
ONCE MBA students get into the profession, they forget all about their corporate social responsibility, says G. Senthil Kumar, a student of Agriculture and Rural Management at the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU). Having cleared the ...
K. USHA RANI and R.Sindhuja of the Department of Biochemistry and Bioinformatics of Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts and Science for Women won the first and second places at the State-level elocution, `Role of Atomic Energy in the Development of ...
THE DEPARTMENT of Fashion Technology of Kumaraguru College of Technology conducted a workshop, `Latest Developments in Garment Machinery and Equipment'.
World Consumers Day
IN CONNECTION with the World Consumers Day that falls on March 15, the Department of Commerce and National Service Scheme, Avinashilingam University, organised a workshop, `Consumerism and Standardisation', recently. Saroja Prabhakaran, the ...
The annual convocation of Management Development Institute, Gurgaon last week, when the students of following programs were awarded degrees: Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) Post-Graduate Programme in Management (PGDBM) Post-Graduate ...
`Develop rural areas'
A ONE-DAY seminar, `Technologies for Rural Development' was conducted at the Coimbatore Institute of Technology. P. Jeyabalakrishnan, Project Officer, District Rural Development Agency, Coimbatore, was the chief guest. He stressed the need to ...
UG courses in U.K., a big draw
Students are starting to catch the `study abroad' fever quite young. At the UK education fair recently held in Chennai, universities received a large number of queries relating to undergraduate courses. "The interest in UG courses is picking ...
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