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Tuesday, July 24, 2007
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The lusture of performing arts
The institutions offering courses in performing arts in Chennai are flooded with applications from students, both from within the country and from abroad.
Fine-tuning its space in higher education
The members of the Kerala State Higher Education Council held discussions with their counterparts in West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
Polytechnics reap industry patronage
The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Indore, Kozhikode and Lucknow will conduct the Common Admission Test (CAT) on November 18 for the following PG programmes. •IIM Ahmedabad - Post ...
Economics education – a cause for worry
Most educational institutions in the South have missed out on the purpose of teaching economics.
Korean now, Chinese next
The Department of Foreign Languages at the Bangalore University, set up in 1985, has grown manifold. It now offers courses in French, German, Italian, Spanish and Japanese. This year, plans are afoot to introduce a course in Korean language. ...
Learn to manage environment
With environmental concerns taking the centre stage in today’s world, courses in environmental management have a special significance.
Q & A
I have completed my Plus Two. I am interested in the five-year Integrated BA LLB Course. Could you please tell me where such courses are offered and the related job opportunities? SonuA career in law demands good ...
The following are the new additions in the British Library, Thiruvananthapuram. These books will be on display from July 23.Buzan,T. - Use your head; Desai, K. - The Inheritance of Loss; Dial, C. ...
PG courses in rural areas
With the intention of making higher education accessible to students from rural areas, Kuvempu University has granted permission to its affiliated colleges in some places to offer post-graduate courses from this academic year. Political ...
This September Sri Ramachandra University will introduce two Ph.D. programmes — split Ph.D. and integrated Ph.D. programme. The split Ph.D. programme will provide candidates a chance to conduct a part of their research work in a ...
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