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Speaking the language of success
ICA offers accounts and finance training
Institute of Computer Accounts (ICA), Coimbatore, has launched two courses in collaboration with Annamalai University.
The Indian School of Business (ISB) has launched ‘ISB Idiya’ - a unique initiative that invites ideas for innovative social ventures from working professionals in India. The competition is not open to students who are pursuing any ...
A pioneer in online administration
Universities in Kerala are making a beeline to the Calicut University, which has developed open source software for online administration.
Tried the CIPET range?
Some of the courses are accredited by AICTE
Australia-India Institute launched
Professional courses in finance from IIAF
Harvesting intellectual capital is the mantra
If India is to match its status as a leading global economy, it has no alternative but to develop a formidable arsenal in intellectual capital
Aiming to be a senior manager Q & A
I am working in a manufacturing firm and am keen on pursuing the Senior Management Programme from IIM, Calcutta. I want details of the programme. Can it considered as an MBA/PGDBM? Please advice, as I have to decide within the next few ...
• The Next Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET 2010) for admission to two-year fulltime postgraduate programmes in management conducted by IITs will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on December 13. Candidates can apply online from ...
The Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) will conduct a common admission test (CAT) from November 28 to December 7 for admissions to the following programmes: • Postgraduate programme in management conducted at all the seven IIMs ...
Making of a special educator
The demands of teaching special children are many and require various special methods at different times. A look at how some of the schools engaged in special education meet the challenge.
CIT inks MoU with IBM
Coimbatore Institute of Technology (CIT) inked a memorandum of understanding with IBM for establishing a Centre of Research and Technology Excellence on the institute premises.According to a release, the MoU will entail collaborative ...
ICA comes up with new courses
The Institute of Computer Accountants (ICA) has launched new courses like Business Computer Application, FA, Excise & Service Tax, Payroll & Investment, Taxation, ROC, and Banking. These courses will also have additional papers on ...
Delving into history
Only a few varsities offer Master’s courses in archaeology
More visa applicants to U.K. likely
Planning for a student life in France
The Grandes Ecoles or the elite schools form a system that works in parallel with the universities, and bright students can enter by passing a highly competitive test.
Nutrifesta-09 counsels on healthy diet, lifestyle
The Department of Nutrition of St. Ann’s College, Mehdipatnam celebrated Nutrifesta-09 as a part of national nutrition week.The activities included free health assessment, diet counselling by professional dieticians for weight ...
It’s scientific forestry
A college to conserve, renew and sustainably utilise forest resources
The mantra to crack civil services exam
With the number of vacancies on the increase, this would be the best time to aim for a place in the list of selected candidates.
Alma mater makes them nostalgic
Underneath the grey locks, memories were still green. The very sight of their alma mater, Sri Venkateswara University, brought a glow into their eyes and a smile on their face. At a programme organised by Sri Venkateswara University Alumni ...
Wide range of options for BDS students
What are the options after B.D.S (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) other than those in the field of dentistry? Am I eligible for courses in genetics, pharmacology or clinical research?Usha K There are a number of options for you to ...
For social transformation
VIT University’s tech fest is a creative platform for students to come out with solutions for society’s pressing problems
Veta introduces accent training programme
Veta, the training academy in spoken English, has launched the accent training programme to focus on training students in the British or American accent.The programme module is designed and customised for different professions. The ...
NSS camps focus on ‘healthy’ India
The National Service Scheme (NSS) units of Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha (Tirupati) and Dravidian University (Kuppam) conducted camps in their respective regions last week.The Sanskrit varsity’s camp with the theme ‘Healthy ...
‘Happiness fuels the spark in your eyes’
I happened to read an interesting speech of Chetan Bhagat for the new batch of students at Symbiosis programme, Pune. Chetan is from IIM, Ahmedabad, and known for his books “One night @ the call centre” (“Hello” starring ...
The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) will conduct a Common Admission Test (CAT) from November 28 to December 7 for the following programmes: • Postgraduate programme in management conducted at all the seven IIMs at ...
Short and effective way of conveying
As we have seen, using interjections in the right way makes your speech interesting. This also allows you to speak effectively without actually using too many words. We have considered the sounds ‘wow’ and ‘yikes’ and ...
No more dental colleges, please
The shortage of faculty impacts quality of teaching
A lively and topical debate
The students of Mahatma Gandhi University aired their views freely and enthusiastically in a lively debate on “Children these days are smarter than what we were at their age” as part of Eplus Club activities at the University College ...
Treasure trove of language
With most competitive examinations stressing on vocabulary and language skills, the need for students to be equipped on this front has become more pronounced. While a number of language aids and tools may have emerged online, experts feel not too ...
Wipro BPO to train students
Nearly 20 training and placement officers from 11 degree colleges in and around Vijayawada attended a meeting conducted by Wipro BPO recently, when the participating colleges were intimated about the company’s future plans on the mode of ...
Farm varsity faces funds shortage
Govt. releases only a quarter of allocated amount
Eplus Club schedule
Theme: - We hear instances of social workers coming to the rescue of people in need every now and then. At times when all other means of providing aid fail, social workers rise to the occasion and deliver. From the betterment of ...
Best teacher award
V.Ravi, a junior lecturer in Economics at Government Junior College, Vadamalapet (Chittoor district), has been selected by the State government for the ‘Best Teacher Award’ for the year.The selection of Mr. Ravi, who is also ...
Students of M.S. Ramaiah College of Hotel Management were privileged to have master chef Panduranga Dharmadhikari imparting to them a range of skills and techniques for making appetising and delectable fancy cakes, pyramid pastries and French ...
GMRIT in backdrop of sylvan surroundings
The right ambience and environment definitely sets the mood for higher studies
NComputing bags award at eINDIA 2009
NComputing, an “ultra low-cost computing” provider, has been awarded the ‘Initiative of the Year’ award at eINDIA 2009, India’s largest computing conference, a press note from the organisation said. A panel of ...
National event at Aurora’s
A national-level event ‘L Entrepreneur Sans Frontiers’ was organised at Aurora’s Business School in Panjagutta recently. Dean of XLRI Dr. P. Venugopal, associate director, Standing Council Member of NHRD G. Geeta, fitness ...
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