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Getting ready for D-Day
At long last, Plus-Two students can be certain that they can go ahead with their preparation for the TNPCEE. But with the examination announcement coming late, and little time at their disposal, how well can they prepare? Here are a few tips from exp erts.

A convenient alternative mode
A look at the various features of the open and distance learning process.
Striking new paths in art teaching
At the workshop on art education and curriculum design, experts, teachers and students explored approaches to art teaching, and the role and concept of the `guru'.
Industry-institute ties: taking it forward
What is holding the industry-institute partnership from fuelling growth for mutual benefit? CII chairman (Tiruchi) and NIT-Tiruchi director share their thoughts with Education Plus.
Development from an interdisciplinary perspective
The Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) is an advanced research institute established by the Reserve Bank of India for carrying out research on development issues from a multi-disciplinary point of view. It is a deemed ...
Need for entrepreneurship as specialisation
If more B-schools offered Entrepreneurship as a stream of specialisation, it would benefit entrepreneurs and increase job opportunities for many, say part-time students of Loyola Institute of Business Administration (LIBA). This year's ...
Packaging industry opens up
The packaging sector demands people skilled in diverse fields such as marketing, printing and graphic designing, and the opportunities are plenty for those who want to widen their skill base.
What it takes to be a winner
Expert speaks on career planning for budding students
Health education made accessible
The NGO's course material integrates aspects of life skills, health and social development.
Corporates find social work key to growth
Social work is the latest mantra in corporate recruitment.
TNPCEE: short notice, new syllabus make it hard for them
With just about a month and a fortnight to go for the TNPCEE, how prepared are the students in the Coimbatore region to face it?
Students see need for regulation of coaching centres
One way to help rural students will be to regulate the mushrooming of coaching centres that train students for writing the Tamil Nadu Professional Colleges. This is the refrain from students hailing from rural areas of Madurai, with a dream of ...
Design and reshape the land
If you are creatively inclined, landscape architecture could be a good career option. Here is a look at the scope and study facilities in the field.
Get trained to become television anchors
ACE-Loyola offers courses aimed at improving the presentation skills. Media presentation, effective communication in English, and training for IELTS are some.
The Cusat action plan
A look at what has been planned at the Cochin University of Science and Technology in the coming year as part of the newly sanctioned long-term project to upgrade itself into an Indian Institute of Technology-equivalent institution.
Campus Connect
Thoughts are powerful tools to achieve success in life. This was the message addressed to students by K. Saroja Prabhakaran, Vice-Chancellor, Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science, Coimbatore, at the 37th College Day function of Yadava ...
A possible format
Here is a consensus among experts on what could be the format for the TNPCEE Mathematics question paper: Matrices 7/8, Vectors 11/10, Complex Numbers 7, Analytical Geometry 12/11, Differential Calculus - I 12, Differential Calculus - II 8, ...
For the faculty
The Association of Communicative Electronics of M. A. M. College of Engineering in association with Agilent Technologies, Chennai, jointly organised a two-day faculty development programme on `latest measuring equipments used in electronics and ...
Semester system in Haryana schools
In a bid to reduce examination stress, the Haryana Government has decided to introduce semester system of education from class VI to XII in all its government schools in the academic session 2006-07. In this system, all concerned with the stake ...

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