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Monday, April 17, 2006
Education Plus Madurai
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The looming employability crisis
The State's engineering students, according to a CII study, are headed for an employability crisis.
Some new features of IIT-JEE 2006
A look at this year's IIT-JEE held earlier this month.
Building links with academia
Cognizant Technology Solutions recently organised a meeting of over 50 academicians and placement officers from top-notch engineering campuses from across the country at its Chennai office. "We believe in establishing long-term relationships ...
Degrees for the job market
Bharathidasan University's new courses come with updated content to meet the demands of the job market and can be viable alternatives to professional courses.
Arena's intensive animation course
The industry in India faces a severe shortage of workforce
Medical degree from China
Dalian Medical University, China, is in the fray to attract Indian students, promising medical education at a total cost of Rs. 8.76 lakhs, including food and living expenses. Taking advantage of the high demand for medical seats and inadequate ...
Creativity giving way to software?
As engineering processes are increasingly becoming fully automated with software development, students' skills in engineering fundamentals are losing focus.
Taking computing to the grassroots level
The robust bilingual software, Shakti Office, developed by Chennai-based C.K. Technologies, aims at computer penetration in the remote areas of the country.
``Make Maths optional''
A strong plea to make mathematics optional from class IX onwards has been made by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports to help school students who do well in sports. The Ministry, in a letter written to the Education Ministry, has also ...
PG entrance test
Pondicherry University (one of the leading Central Varsities) has invited applications for its entrance test for admission to various postgraduate, M. Phil and Ph.D programmes for the academic year 2006-07. Students could choose combinations of ...
Master's programmes from NIPER
MAHE's online test
Manipal Academy of Higher Education conducted online examinations for its postgraduate medical and dental courses recently. About 7,000 students from across the country had registered for the online tests, conducted in MAHE test/learning centres ...
The EDUSAT factor
How EDUSAT is bringing about a sea change in the country's distance education scene.
Youth should be goal-oriented and keep moving forward for realising their dreams. No conquest or achievement is viable without sacrifices, said S. Raviselvan, Joint Commissioner of Customs and Excise, while addressing the 18th convocation held at ...
Japanese education centre in Bangalore
Singapore-based Nihongo Bashi and Bangalore-based Rashtriya Sikshana Samithi Trust will jointly set up a Centre of Excellence in Japanese education in Bangalore, it was announced in Singapore at the inaugural session of the `Connecting India ...
Aptitude tests for Bharathiar University students
To increase opportunities for speedier employment of arts and science graduates, Bharathiar University will encourage students to write industry-specific aptitude tests before the final semester of their courses. M. Jayakumar, Professor of ...
Designed to make a mark
National Institute of Design is offering PG diploma from this year.
U.K. work permit for stay up to 12 months
Under U.K.'s new scheme, students will be able to work in the country for up to 12 months after their study.
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