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Tuesday, November 06, 2007
Education Plus Chennai
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Time test your English
A look at the International English Language Testing System.
‘Adopt an ITI’: Industries can change the face of labour
Will the ITIs in the state stand to gain in terms of current curriculum, specialised courses, industrial exposure and improved quality? With sustained effort they could produce sufficient trained labour to meet the increasing demand
Thrust is now on vocational courses
UGC sanctioned add-on courses for six colleges in 2005-06 academic year
To raise or not to raise the fee?
That the recently held National Conference on Development of Higher Education, attended by Vice- Chancellors, has not favoured a fee hike in universities has come as a blow to their administrators.
Studying abroad gets more attractive
AIESEC, an international student organisation, helps students take up internship programmes on foreign shores.
ICSI launches e-learning portal
In order to utilise the vast potential of Information Technology, the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) recently launched an e-learning portal for the Company Secretaryship (CS) students, in collaboration with Gurukul Online ...
Certificate course in HRM
Q & a
I am doing my B.Tech printing technology. I would like take up a career in packaging technology preferably in the U.S. I would like to know career opportunities in packaging
Package engineering is a broad topic ranging from ...
India and the Washington Accord
The automatic recognition of select engineering courses and degrees in several countries has become possible with India provisionally joining the Washington Accord earlier this year. But such National Board of Accreditation-approved courses will have to meet world standards in engineering education.
Matters of courtesy and style
Getting your telephone etiquette right is of importance not only to you but also for the organisation you represent.
Decennial celebrations held
The valedictory function of the year-long decennial celebrations of Rajalakshmi Engineering College was organised on October 29, at the college Indoor Stadium. Union Ministerof State for statistics and programme implementation, G.K. Vasan was ...
Six Sigma training
Benchmark Six Sigma has introduced a Six Sigma Green Belt programme for management students. The programme was launched on October 28, in Chennai.
Leading management professionals Mr. Malaiappan, Vice President, Brakes India, Ms. Gowri ...
Website : www.cdac.in Courses will commence on March 10, 2008.
SMS alerts for jobseekers
For youth hooked on short text messaging, perhaps the next plum job offer could land via SMS.
The job portal, Clickjobs.com, which already has a Mobile Integration for job seekers — a free SMS facility that can be availed by people ...
Scholarship for animation students
What could make your library world class
Indian institutions have to take giant strides to make libraries the sought-after knowledge centre for research, according to S. Raghavan, Senior Faculty of Electronics and Communications Engineering, National Institute of Technology – ...
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