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A Bill of rights for whom?
Set sail on a successful course
Those who look forward to a career in the merchant shipping industry will find the B.Sc. Nautical Science course offered by the Indira Gandhi National Open University interesting.
Biotech poised for boom
The Centre's decision to spend $100 million a year for a five-year period till 2010 with a growth strategy to enhance India's international market share in biotech industry to $5 billion from $1.3 billion in the $50 billion industry has opened up ...
Microbiology, a discipline that offers boundless opportunities in higher education, research and employment, has created a revolution in every walk of life. Realising this, the Department of Zoology and Microbiology of Thiagarajar College ...
`IIT-JEE will remain dynamic'
V.G. Idichandy, Dean of Students, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras, in an e-mail interview to The Hindu-Educationplus, explains the rationale behind the IIT-JEE (Joint Entrance Examination) reforms, which were based on a report pre pared by a Special Task Force of which he was the convenor.
Joint Entrance Exam with a new face
The proposed changes are nothing short of monumental.
Handling the CAT
The unpredictability of CAT can be unsettling. Here's what you could do to come out successfull.
Towards systematic career planning
What does it take to get into IITs and NITs? This course seeks to throw some light into acquiring the necessary skill sets. R. Krishnamoorthy
How to take IELTS
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is a direct English language assessment jointly managed by the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations, the British Council and IDP Education, Australia. The academic version of IELTS, ...
Reading to understand
Heard about the 4R and SQ3R method? These are the defined ways to learn more effectively. B.S. Warrier
New Zealand: liberal policies, lower fees
Lessons from cyberspace
Education without frontiers moved that much closer to reality last week when three of the country's oldest and most prestigious universities linked up in cyberspace to bring to students the best of tele-education. With the inauguration by ...
NID entrance test
The National Institute of Design (NID) at Paldi in Ahmedabad, one of the top-level, reputed centres of higher professional education in design, has invited applications for an all-India entrance test for admission to the graduate diploma (GDPD) ...
Scholarship information a few clicks away
A portal on the Internet that gives information on the large variety of scholarships available these days is the Union Human Resource Development Ministry's latest offering to the student community. A large number of scholarships are on offer ...
Always mind your handwriting, 'cos it may expose you
A workshop conducted by Fatima College, Madurai, underlines the need for good handwriting to move up in life. S.S. Kavitha
Nehru Memorial College inaugurated its Gender Club, recently. Inaugurating the Club, N. Manimekalai, director, Centre for Women's Studies, Bharathidasan University, called for redefining the roles of men and women in domestic and public spheres. ...
Only the best make the grade
How will the IIT-JEE changes announced `show up' in the testing process? Here are some indications.
All you want to know about the Universe
Is there life elsewhere in the Universe? Can we communicate with extraterrestrial beings? What are the dangers of interstellar flight? These and many such puzzling questions and topics such as life on other planets of our solar system; general ...
Tata McGraw-Hill has published a "Question Bank" series for various subjects and classes, of which Science and Technology for Class Ten is one. The publisher says it is based on the NCERT textbook and contains points to remember before each ...
Ambedkar Law College wins prize
The team from Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, Chennai, was placed third in the 8th Raj Anand All-India Moot Court Competition on Intellectual Property Rights held in New Delhi on August 27 and 28. M. Priya, a member of the team, won the ...
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