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Education Plus Karnataka
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Only the name has changed
Even with the makeover from CET to KEA, admission problems may crop up next year
CII summit on education
The Confederation of Indian Industry-Institute of Quality has organised a “National Summit on Quality Education” at Bangalore on September 28 and 29, with the theme “Building Quality India: Role of Educational ...
The road ahead
Technology-enhanced learning will take the country’s educational sector to the next level
Dawn of a new era at EFLU
The transformation of the Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages (CIEFL) into English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU) has evoked a mixed reaction.
The new Vice-Chancellor, Abhai Maurya, says, “Over the last three ...
MBA with the IT edge
JCU Singapore course is only 16 months long
Project of the Year
Students of KLESECT, Belgaum, devise “Sign Language Tutor”
Course in real estate management
St. Aloysius Evening College, a unit of the 127-year-old St. Aloysius College in Mangalore, will start a one-year diploma correspondence course in real estate management from September, 2007, according to its principal Fr. Vincent ...
STATE OF EDUCATION - BANGALORE
Here is some good news for those who have written the entrance test for enrolment in Ph.D. with Bangalore University.
The Academic Council of the University in its meeting on August 23 has resolved to offer fellowships to toppers in the ...
Q & A
There’s life outside the IITs too
Recently, in the EducationPlus columns, you had given details of courses in Computer Hardware and Networking. I have heard a lot about IACM, but do not have much information about its programmes. Can you provide the ...
STATE OF EDUCATION - MANGALORE
Volunteers of the National Service Scheme (NSS) of colleges under Mangalore University have joined hands with Pilikula Nisargadhama Society to remove weeds at the Pilikula Nisargadhama on the outskirts of Mangalore and maintain the garden ...
A summer well spent
What do B-school students gain from summer internships abroad? J. S. Bablu gets a group of IIM-K students to share with him their experiences
Breaking new ground in biotechnology
A look at the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology’s new-found status and courses in the pipeline
For the moody blues
A take on students’ nerves
Scholarship for single girl child
The University Grants Commission (UGC), based on the initiative of the Human Resource Development Ministry, has introduced the postgraduate Indira Gandhi Scholarship for Single Girl Child. The scheme is applicable to girls who have taken ...
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