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Monday, January 19, 2004
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Singapore says it's time to smile
A primer for the aspirant
The National University of Singapore offers courses in major disciplines including medicine, engineering, humanities and music; the Nanyang Technological University offers technology/engineering/management courses; the Singapore Management ...
Hey Dudes & Dudettes,
It's that part of the year when we the student community get to have the best of fun with the college culturals happening, and what a way to kick off with Saarang just about to begin. I am sure you guys are all happening there @ the IIT campus ...
Find your calling in these centres
NICK White sounds exactly like his favourite star of the television serial `Friends'. His American accent is cool, confident and funky. But Nick White is not an American. He is not even Nick White. This 22 year-old's real name is Narain Karthik ...
BBC takes learning to everyone
What will be BBC Learning's content like? Will it meet the needs of students going to school and college? BBC Learning is BBC Worldwide's international gateway to learning, offering over 250 distance learning and e-learning courses. It ...
MIT: creating perfect engineers
Question: What does the general mechanical engineering curriculum at the undergraduate level at the MIT offer? Answer: Today, very little of a student's education takes place in a lecture hall. It happens in the corridors, libraries ...
I stood on the shoulders of giants. Quote from Isaac Newton and engraved around the rim of the British 2-pound coin. Time is what is indicated by a clock. Albert Einstein 1879-1955 The whole of science is ...
Now, it's FM from Anna University
THE Anna University, Chennai, has been issued a letter of intent by the Union Ministry for Information and Broadcasting for operationalising a low-power community FM Radio. According to the Vice-Chancellor, E. Balagurusamy, the radio station ...
Venture into the woods
ENVIRONMENT education is not about just wildlife and mountains. A great deal of human effort is put into research and development to help the ecosystem. Tree improvement and genetics, organic farming, medicinal plants conservation, soil science ...
Not rank, but love matters
THE other day, going through the files of my father, Prof. K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar, (1908-1999), I came across a hand-written passage by him. Obviously it was to have been the opening of an article on education. ``It is not an uncommon sight ...
A journey of emotional integration
ROLLING stones gather no moss, but they sure get polished. And perhaps, on their way to nowhere, they gather some moss too. A bunch of 40 students from the northeast surely did get a shine. In Chennai last week, the school and ...
Yoga and a colourful riot!
The New Year started on a bright note for S.D.N.B. Vaishnav College for Women, Chromepet. The college organised a training programme on first aid on January 5 and 6 in association with the St. John's Ambulance Association, to teach students ways ...
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