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Bridging the grading gulf
Pre-admission guidance programme
Registrations are on for the pre-admission guidance programmes for professional courses being conducted by The Hindu-Educationplus at three centres in Kerala for the benefit of those seeking admission to professional courses in the engineering, ...
For the health of hospitals
Details of some hospital management and administration programmes conducted by various institutions in the country.
Making students job ready
The industry sees a talent crunch.
Lectures by top scientists are now a click away
National Centre for Biological Sciences will host a website of seminars by leading biologists.
Good demand for audiologists
Almost eight per cent of the population has some form of communication disorder. This means that a large number of people need some sort of medical help. This is where audiologists and speech-language pathologists come into the ...
Supply outstrips demand
The demand for engineering seats did not increase in proportion to the number of seats last year. What will be the situation this year, given that the All-India Council of Technical Education has been cracking the whip?
I am a science graduate in geography from the Government College, Karyavattom, near Thiruvananthapuram. Please let me know about the details of postgraduate programmes in geography and career prospects.
Cheriyan T. Tharakan
The university has invited applications for admission to courses offered at its departments and centres during the academic year 2007-08.•The Department of Medical Biochemistry and Medical Microbiology, Thalassery campus, Palayad ...
HTML and CSS for everyone
Among the most accessible books on Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the Visual Quickstart Guide by Elizabeth Castro. The introduction to the fundamental language of the web happens today in school for many students. Others learn it ...
A rush for counselling
The success of a career counsellor lies in gauging students’ abilities and guiding them to a course or career that fits them best. A look at the career counselling scene today.
No more a women’s domain
It is a myth that only women choose a career in nutrition and dietetics. With education branching out into agriculture and dairy, men have also started enrolling for a course in these branches of study. Nutrition was first introduced as a ...
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