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Monday, January 26, 2004
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A fair for a future
Beyond the brochure
AWAY from the routine courses, students can look for a career that can be challenging, creative and just different. A look at some of the `new alternatives' as career options, featured at Career Fair 2004. Masters Program in International ...
Unlocking the secrets of molecules
Drug discovery as a major segment of biosciences will be a path-leader for economic progress of pharmaceutical companies, research organisations and government health programmes. Naturally this means a huge economic opportunity.
Key to the right drug
A DISEASE causing molecule is like a lock. The challenge is to find the right key (in the form of an exact antagonist drug molecule) for this lock. "The drug molecule needs to bind correctly with the targeted (disease-causing or malfunctioning) ...
Take technology to all
Students of Sree Sastha Institute of Engineering & Technology, Chembarampakkam, got a taste of the current uptrend in the IT market and the resultant boom in the electronics field last week. From flat-screens of laptop computers to chips for ...
Hey Dudes & Dudettes
HOW are you guys doin' out there? I am sure some of you are having good fun with all the action and excitement @ Saarang. I was there too! Ok. As my mailbox is getting full these days I'll try and do my best with the dose of my gyan ...
Serving with honour
A career in the Army is not just restricted to battlefields. Clearing a host of courses is primary if you set your sights on achieving high ranks.
For officers and gentlemen
THE Indian Army trains officers at three institutions National Defence Academy, Indian Military Academy and Officers Training Academy. National Defence Academy: Students of class XII, who are between 16 and ...
Going West? Try East
Facing hurdles going to the U. S. or the U.K. for studies? Nearer home, MDIS in Singapore could well be your preferred destination for the same academic pursuits.
Students like a la carte
Is graduation proving to be a saturation point for students? Perhaps bringing together skill and knowledge-oriented graduate-study could prepare one better for the demands of the job market.
THE international conference on developing competitive strength of higher education institutions in the changing scenario, held last week had some significant pointers to future trends : The deliberations saw more than 100 papers and very ...
THE Jaya Engineering College organised a three-day `Deutsches Fest', a festival of Germany, focussing on German language, culture and higher education in Germany. Heinz Kopp, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany, was the chief ...
Miles and smiles in the air
For an air-hostess it is a mixed bag of adventure and responsibility. The take-off, however, comes only after she clears a written examination, group discussion and a personal interview.
Vets for pets and more
THE Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (TANUVAS) last week conducted a symposium on Veterinary Council of India's regulation governing undergraduate education in veterinary and animal sciences. Upgrading the quality of ...
Let your creativity take flight
It's called Ibda'a the word that excites students looking for an opportunity to go places. Dubai, to be precise. Dubai Media City (DMC) that started Ibda'a (means `creativity' in Arabic) three years ago is among the most popular and ...
AS students move up to high school and beyond, it becomes important to communicate with clarity and often, brevity. Whether it is writing essays, applications, appeals or articles, the demand is to be precise and yet compact, clear and coherent. ...
A call to alumni
ALUMNI of the Sree Sastha Institute of Engineering and Technology, Chembarambakkam have got together to launch what will be an institution in itself - the Alumni Association. At a meeting presided over by A.M.K.Jambulinga Mudaliar, Chairman of ...
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