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Monday, January 05, 2004
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Study abroad: new shores, new campuses
Options Down Under
Over 1.8 lakh international students, a good many of them Indians, study in Australian universities today. A not-for-profit organisation run by a consortium of Australian universities, IDP Education Australia ( Fees and costs
For graduate programmes: tuition fee $12,000-24,000 per annum; living expenses $12,000- 15,000 a year. (Totally about Rs.11.5 lakhs to Rs.18 lakhs).
Resolutions 2004: Life is beautiful
The maths question paper is an unreal world created by your professor. There are many matrices trapping the human mind. This year resolve to put an end to the war between humans and matrices in the examination hall. Conquer the question papers. ...
An exhibition-seminar on Singapore Education is to be held in the city on January 10 and 11 by the Singapore Tourism Board.
Best Paper Presentation Award
A paper co-authored by a student of M.E. Power Systems Engineering, Crescent Engineering College, Vandalur; R. Jayashree, a lecturer, and M. Abdullah Khan, a professor of the EEE department, along with Anna University's Prof. K. Kuppuswamy, won ...
Layman's guide to Ramanujan
MATHEMATICAL theorems and results in Srinivasa Ramanujan's Notebooks stimulate not only researchers but also the curious student and lay learner. The genius had jotted down (probably between 1900 and 1914) all that he considered striking ...
Want to play a winning role?
PUTTING it the Dickensian way, modelling is the best of professions and also the worst. This is probably the only field where six-year-olds command five-figure pay cheques. This is also a profession wherein "celebrity duration" could be as short ...
The fortnightly priced at Rs. 20 is a super cool blend of serious issues and fun. As the tag line says: Have serious fun. After going dormant for a while, the magazine, run by Indian Graffiti Publications, was back with its eighth issue, on ...
Modelling drips money. If you are among the cream of the crop, you can name your price. You will adorn the flaked-off walls of college hostel rooms. Fame begets more fame. Films are next door to modelling. Success in modelling can be a ...
Modelling is a lifestyle. Not a job you can turn your back on at 5 p.m. You have to constantly watch what you eat and steer clear of `bad' habits. And, of course, remain always on a gym membership. Modelling is ruled by the star called ...
Hey Dudes & Dudettes
First, let me wish all you guys a "very happy, prosperous & thoroughly blessed New Year 2004." I promise you that I'll continue to be the best and the one & only Gyan Guru in the whole of this year. And hey, let's make our "E'plus tribe" the most ...
In the lead for backend operations
IT aspirants, take cheer. Today many multinationals have been targeting India as the destination for their backend operations. It is estimated that the demand for software professionals is expected to be approximately 1.1 million people by ...
Getting into the skin of things
With brand names such as Florsheim, Gabor, Clarks, Salamander and St. Michaeal's, the country today ranks among the top footwear producing nations in the world. The availability of abundant raw materials and a large domestic market base also ...
Projects for profit at Anna University
ASPIRING entrepreneurs can benefit from Anna University's Centre for Entrepreneurship Development. Business projects that made it to the semi-finals of the national entrepreneurship business plan contest held on December 19, 2003 are now ...
Symposium on DSP
DIGITAL Signals Processing (DSP) is undoubtedly the hero of the I.T revolution. Be it fax/data modems, mobile communication, audio, speech, image processing, multimedia, industrial motor control and energy monitoring/control, DSP is a common ...
Options in environmental biotechnology
ENVIROTECH - 2003 a two-day seminar conducted recently in the city threw open a whole new vista of educational pursuits in environmental biotechnology for students of science, medicine and agriculture. Justice Basheer Ahmed Sayeed ...
For a plus in the job market
THE Institute of Financial Management and Research Academy has commissioned the IL&FS Educational and Technology Services (ILFSETS) to conduct Job Plus courses for its students in Chennai. The IFMR imparts training, conducts research and ...
IT is little short of a miracle that modern methods of instruction have not already completely strangled the holy curiosity of inquiry... I believe that one could even deprive a healthy beast of prey of its voraciousness if one could force it ...
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