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Monday, September 03, 2007
Education Plus Karnataka
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The ‘auditors’ did a good job
Experts want BU to upgrade facilities and improve research methodology
CII to hold summit on education
Role of educational institutions in building a quality India is the theme
He’s a world beater
An 18-year-old from Bangalore has braved competition from 14,000 others to win a worldwide Scholar Hunt U.K. organised by the University of Warwick
The making of a sericulturist
CSRTI conducts certificate courses, skill development programmes, and special programmes for women
For a better insight into colour
NID launches laboratory to study impact of colour on consumer behaviour and other aspects
ICRI pact with Cranfield varsity
The aim is to meet the growing demand for clinical research professionals in India
Q & A
For a career in space
I completed my Mechanical Engineering degree in 2005 with a good record. Due to domestic problems, I had to discontinue M.E. in 2006. I want to pursue Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering and want to join a space agency. Please guide ...
It’s e-learning all the way
Today, 23 per cent of all higher education enrolments in India is in distance education with 13 national and state open universities and 106 institutions. As per a McKinsey-Nasscom report, the Union Government plans to increase it to 40 per cent ...
The right prescription: know the rules
An increasing number of medical institutions abroad are trying to attract Indian students. Prospective students should know the rules before joining the courses.
Oh, the load’s too much
Spare a thought for the hapless teachers who have to handle students diplomatically now
Let’s get QUIZical
1. Which Academy Award-nominated actor made his debut in “A Nightmare on Elm Street”?
2. What is the term given to a planet that is primarily composed of silicate rocks?
3. Which anteater’s name comes from the ...
STATE OF EDUCATION
The Academic Council of Bangalore University recently decided to defer introduction of multiple choice question papers for undergraduate courses. The new system was scheduled to be introduced from 2008-09. Vice-Chancellor H.A. Ranganath said ...
Shubhodaya Education Trust has opened Adarsha Institute of Management Studies in Mangalore. It offers BBM, BCA and B.Sc. in Hospitality Science.
The institute, affiliated to Mangalore University, started classes from this June. All the ...
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