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The great rush for IT talent
Medicine retains its sheen
This year's medical admissions have witnessed a major drop in cut-off marks.
``Foreign education helps in personality growth''
At a pre-departure briefing for students going to the United Kingdom for education, students received advice, suggestion and help from bankers, alumni of various colleges and others who had settled down in that country after education. Kartar ...
All about optometry
TV journalism at ASJ
Starting this year, Amrita School of Journalism (ASJ), a constituent of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham (Deemed University), Coimbatore, will introduce a one-year intensive programme in television news gathering and production. ASJ has been ...
Bharatanatyam at your doorstep
The programmes include intensive theoretical training through study materials, and audio and video materials. Also, personal contact classes would be conducted every year for both theory and practicals.
Scholarships aplenty for the deserving
More about scholarships on offer at different levels in different disciplines.
Where you can do biomedical research
Some of the ICMR & some of the non-ICMR institutes, which provide training in different areas of biomedical research, are: National Institute of Nutrition (ICMR), Hyderabad-500007 Food and Drug Toxicology Research Centre (FDTRC), NIN ...
Jamal Mohamed College observed Meelad celebrations at its Women's hostel recently. Delivering the Meelad address, the principal of T. B. A. K College for Women, Kilakarrai, Sumaya Dawood, called upon the students to follow the footsteps of ...
Growing interest in open source solutions
This year's Red Hat Scholarships programme attracted many high-quality entries from across India.
``Textile courses must meet industry demands''
The current textile boom has raised hopes among students who are keen to tap the potential to further the interests of their family business. Their take on what the curriculum could include to fulfil their aspirations.
Ph.D. programme at IFIM
The Institute of Finance and International Management, Bangalore (IFIM B-School), has been permitted by the Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) to offer a Ph.D programme in Management from the current academic year. IFIM B-School has ...
Another TANUVAS tie-up with U.S. varsity
A progress card on employability
The skill set assessment methodology adopted by MeritTrac is a credible pre-recruitment competency testing methodology accepted by most companies.
The missing thread in the textile story
Where does India stand in creating value-added textile products using advanced technologies? Is its educational curriculum geared to meet the growing demands? Get the expert view.
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