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Making assessment mandatory
Actuaries make the insurance sector financially sound
Growing opportunities in the insurance sector have opened up a host of avenues for actuaries in the country. An actuary, in simpler terms, is one who makes calculations connected with insurance. The traditional responsibilities of actuaries in ...
Q & A
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Business houses owe a lot to the society, which was not only the reason behind their success but also ensures their sustainability, said Pothi Reddi, president, Federation of South India Producers Association (SIPA), Chennai. He was speaking at a ...
Railways take the online track
About the Railway Recruitment Board's online registration facility.
LIBA's course in supply chain management
The programme is targeted at the new generation of managers in the industry.
Selecting the right man for a job
PAC gives a global guarantee for IT companies seeking the right talent.
Asian universities marching ahead
Learning lessons from life
The German students who spent three weeks in India, returned home with a better understanding of our diverse culture and lifestyle.
Plan your work and work your plan
Various factors have to be borne in mind when one firms up one's research plans. Here are some of them.
The Indian Institute of Plantation Management imparts quality education and interacts closely with the industry.
`Hard talks on stage'
The Rehab Association of the Department of Rehabilitation Science, Holy Cross College, organised a debate, `Hard talks on stage'. The topic was `Present scenario of the differently-abled is still the same or worse or better because of parents/ ...
Improving elementary education
Compartmentalisation of educational administration at the school level, in vogue since the early 1990s, has not delivered the desired results, academics in Tiruchi region insist. Existence of separate directorates for elementary education, ...
Fostering biotech research
A Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Indian Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India, and the Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST), Government of Australia, in New Delhi on March 6 this year envisages the ...
A one-year multimedia programme comprising advanced diploma courses in print media, 2D and web-design, 3D animation and visual effects has been launched by CYS Multimedia. The course offers placements enabled by corporate tie-ups, said C.Y. ...
Prerana 2006 from November 3
Britannia has found a new platform to test business stratagems. It will do a case study contest for students attending Prerana 2006, the annual B-school festival of the National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITE), a well-known business ...
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