Delhi Technological University has showcased two of its latest automobile designs at the ongoing Auto Expo at Pragati Maidan -- a formula student car and a personalised mover.
The formula student car, which weighs 205 kg, has a carbon fibre body and other chassis innovations.
The personalised mover is capable of carrying a single person while standing on a motorised board. The vehicle finds application as a personalised transport inside airport corridors, institutional campuses and also in speciality buildings where low noise pollution is needed. The vehicle also has the potential to be developed as a personalised transport for the Commonwealth Games, especially within large stadium complexes.
The Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law at IIT Kharagpur has announced the opening of admission process for its three-year LL.B. (Honours) course in Intellectual Property Law.
The last date for submission of application forms is January 22, while the all-India written test will be conducted on March 21. The test centres will be Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore. The final selection will be made on the basis of a personal interview/group discussion of the candidates who qualify after the written test.
For admission-related queries, the institute can be e-mailed at email@example.com.
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The Institute also offers a Doctoral Programme in Law.
Jamia Millia Islamia’s Centre for European and Latin American Studies in Delhi is organising a Certificate of Proficiency Course in Catalan language beginning January 14.
Catalan is an important European language spoken in Spain, France, and Italy. The course is being offered in collaboration with Institute Ramon Llull which will provide the faculty and the materials for conducting the course. The course is of four months with two-hour sessions every day. It aims at providing a working knowledge of Catalan language and introducing learners to essential aspects of Catalan culture.
The course is targeted at students and teachers of Romanic languages, business persons, tourism professionals and researchers in European Studies.
Institute of Clinical Research (India) is inviting applications for its two-year full-time MBA in Healthcare Management with the option of specialisation in medical tourism or hospital operations management in the final year. Students who specialise in medical tourism will be trained in tour and travel terminology, travel agency and tour operations management, hospitality, marketing in medical tourism, customer service and quality management and modern and alternative systems of medicine.
Those who specialise in hospital operations management will be instructed in medical terminology and hospital management, healthcare delivery system management, materials and inventory management in healthcare, planning and operations of hospital services and quality accreditation system.
Graduates in any discipline from a recognised university can apply. The course begins on February 1 in Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Dehra Dun and Bangalore.
Ansal Institute of Technology, Gurgaon, is holding its fourth alumni reunion this Saturday at its campus from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.