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Lectures by JLR professionals, a friendly atmosphere... Swathi Imayakumar finds she is on the right track at LU. »

Q & A

I have dropped out of three courses so far at the degree level as I have not been able to understand the subjects. I am confused. I hail from an agricultural family and my family has encouraged... »
Loosen up: Learning need not always take place in front of a black board. Photo: Sarthak Saraswat

Breaking the ice

IIT-Madras’ life skills programme aims at making learning fun, allowing first-year undergraduate students to feel at home. »
September 29, 2014

What's New

Admissions open at EASB

East Asia Institute of Management (EASB), Singapore, has commenced admissions for MBA with specialisation in Marketing, Strategic Planning, Human Resource... »
Prasanta Chakravarty, professor at the Delhi University during an interview, in New Delhi. Photo: S. Subramanium
September 28, 2014

Fruits of a course

Humanitiesunderground (HUG) is a three-year-old website, an initiative to deliberate on the various trajectories of humanities triggered by the global phenomenon of arts and humanities losing inst... »
At a student-run centre at IIT-M. Photo: M. Srinath
CHENNAI, September 23, 2014

Entry norms for IITs relaxed

 The Ministry of Human Resource Development has ratified new criteria for admission to the Indian Institute of Technologies (IITs), paving the way for participation of more students in counse... »
NEW DELHI, September 22, 2014

Career counselling seminar at IIT-D

The Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi Alumni Association, in collaboration with the institute’s Training & Placement Cell and its Board for Student Welfare, organised a career counsell... »
John Joe Vattathara (middle) from Bangalore who won a full scholarship to study B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Tel Aviv University.
Bangalore, September 21, 2014

Israel beckons Indian students

John Joe Vattathara, a student from Bangalore, won a full scholarship to study B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel. He received the scholarship an... »
At the M.S. Ramaiah Medical College graduation day.
September 21, 2014

Campus capsule

Sargam-2014 Sargam-2014, the inter-collegiate cultural fest organised by New Horizon Educational Institution, had around 130 colleges participating in the event with the theme ‘Sup... »
Meritorious students being felicitated by Commerce Study Centre in Kolar.
September 21, 2014

Commerce Study Centre programme

The Kolar District Commerce Study Centre, a forum of commerce lecturers in pre-university colleges, organised a workshop for lecturers and felicitation for meritorious students at Methodis... »
September 21, 2014

Scholarship Alert

Seventh national-level photographic competition

Description: Ministry of Tribal Affairs, GoI and Photo division of MoIB are jointly organising this photo contest. The them... »
September 21, 2014



Description: Festember is a national-level cultural fest organised by NIT Tiruchy. Eligibility: Any college student Dates: S... »
September 21, 2014
Between us

Have the last laugh

Exams are no laughing matter, and for teacher trainees, it is a double-edged sword since they have to prove to themselves and their students that they are qualified to imbibe and impart concepts a... »

What's new

Get nod for promotional activities abroad, UGC tells V-Cs

Entrepreneurship scheme to be streamlined

Scholarship Alert

Campus capsule: Mangalore

Beyond the classroom space

Medical counselling ends, waitlisted candidates still hopeful

Harvard receives record $350 million for public health

Workshop at Bidar

September 28, 2014

On the shelf

Comprehensive Mathematics — JEE Advanced Mc Graw Hill Education Price: Rs. 750 The book is divided into 26 chapters. Solved examples of six types are presented: s... »
HYDERABAD, September 24, 2014

University of Hyderabad to honour six eminent personalities

Noted scientist, Palle Rama Rao; renowned cardio-thorasic surgeon, M.S. Valiathan; renowned Mathematician, M.S. Raghunathan; Scholar of Classical Indian dance, Kapila Vatsyayan and renowned poet,... »
CHIDAMBARAM, September 22, 2014

Annamalai University attendance goes bio-metric way

Annamalai University, now under the governance of the State government-appointed administrator Shiv Das Meena, has started introducing the smart photo identity card and biometric attendance system... »
Group study pays: Strategise in addition to learning the subject. Photo: K. Murali Kumar
September 21, 2014

3 steps to success

The numbers are out. CAT 2014 will be conducted in 99 cities across 354 test sites. There will be four testing windows, two each on the testing dates November 16 and November 22. ... »
Toby Linden, leading Education Specialist.
September 21, 2014

Rankings matter

The best and the most successful universities across the world are autonomous and they pursue their own mission and determine their own future, noted Toby Linden, lead education specialist, South A... »
A movie CD being released at St. Philomena College, Puttur.
September 21, 2014


Movie CD released: Students of the Department of Computer Science, St. Philomena College, Puttur, and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Vivekananda College of Engineering a... »
September 21, 2014

Engineers’ Day celebrated in Udupi

The student chapter of Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE) and the Students’ Council of SMV Institute of Technology and Management (SMVITM), jointly organised Engineers’ Day celebrations... »
C. Avudaiappan
September 21, 2014
Goal post

Learning curve

If you are currently pursuing a degree in bio-technology and wondering what to do next, here is an option. The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), Charleston, USA, offers a Master of Scien... »
September 21, 2014

What's New

Applications open

The Doon School and King’s College London invite applications for the first ‘Winter at Doon with King’s College London Course’ that will take place from Decembe... »
Anurupa Sen
September 21, 2014
Campus Voices

A case for women’s rights

In her second year of college, Columbia University student Emma Sulkowicz was sexually assaulted in her dorm by a classmate. She says she was initially too traumatised to report the incident, bu... »

Pat for Jipmer in neurotrauma care

Law soon to keep tabs on private colleges with clinical precision

In Ukraine, students change universities

Campus capsule: Bangalore

Campus Capsule: Kolar

Record number of VIT students makes it to top IT firms

Free lectures in schools, colleges mandatory for scientists

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