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Inter worries, interred
Linking food and EAMCET
The demand-supply gap for food science experts is one lakh
Goals are meant to be scored
A look at the strategies to be followed for successful goal setting
CA to sport a new look
An updated syllabus, a proficiency test and a shorter waiting period... The proposals submitted by ICAI are likely to be implemented from November
SVU vies for `international institution' tag
In tune with developments across the world post-globalisation, Sri Venkateswara University has taken a major step in introducing the foreign student component. With this it plans to invite foreign students to pursue postgraduate and doctoral ...
Quality fare in Ukraine
Graduates of Lugansk University are into successful careers and their degrees are recognised in the Gulf and Europe
The much-awaited and much-needed process of filling up the vacancies of teachers posts in Andhra University is in its final stage. Though there are more than 250 vacancies, the State Government has approved filling up of 176 vacancies. A large ...
BITS programmes on offer
Birla Institute of Technology and Science has invited applications for admission to integrated first degree programmes, which are fully residential: BITS, Pilani campus - BE (Hons.) - chemical, civil, computer science, electrical and ...
MBA at Urdu University
Applications are invited for the MBA programme offered by Maulana Azad National Urdu University. Graduates who have pursued Urdu as a subject are eligible for the programme. Admissions will be on the basis of an entrance examination in June. ...
Mothering vs. smothering
Is your teenaged child a mystery, wrapped in an enigma? Don't lose heart, every teenager is... but only to parents who have not yet adjusted to the fact that their child now needs a friend not an advisor
Women in the Navy
Get a low-down on Careers & Courses
Cancer and microRNA
Tune in to the latest in the field of research
Never stop learning
Today's software development companies have to focus on more than just providing efficient services. The thrust is on developing innovative products and technologies. To inculcate the culture of innovation amongst all employees, companies need to ...
The InStep interns of Infosys
Infosys Technologies is recruiting 30 interns from 17 leading technology and business schools across Europe, as part of its Global Internship Programme InStep. The schools include Saïd Business School, University of Oxford and London ...
Get hands-on in advertising
Northpoint Centre of Learning now offers 18-month, full-time programme in advertising and marketing communications
Spoken English classes
Society for Employment Promotion and Training in Twin Cities (SETWIN) is providing training in spoken English from June 1. Classes will be held thrice a week for three hours and the duration of the course is three months. Course fee is Rs. ...
Straight from the heart of students
The floating bookshop
ANITS: There was a great buzz in our college about the floating library (bookshop) coming to Visakhapatnam and as a lover of books I wished the day would dawn soon. My eager wait finally ended as the MV Doulos berthed in Visakhapatnam port on ...
How about writing about your classroom and your backyard that is your college campus? Heart-rending (heart-warming too) experiences that moved you. Incidents that stirred you or things you did not like. Youth festivals or workshops attended by ...
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