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Use the new format of CAT to your advantage. »
Toby Linden, leading Education Specialist.

Rankings matter

India has many elite educational institutions, but their rankings are low as the required data is not available in the public domain »
John Joe Vattathara (middle) from Bangalore who won a full scholarship to study B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Tel Aviv University.

Israel beckons Indian students

Three-quarters of its universities are placed in the top 100 in Asia »
Wal-Mart/Bharti Enterprises joint venture store in Amritsar.

Q & A

I recently got to know that the Government is providing scholarship for SC students. »
Careers
‘Can you tell me something about yourself?’ Focus on who you are as a person briefly with quick references to your family background. File photo.

Cracking the job interview

While applicants are comfortable with written tests, it’s the personal interview part that puts them off. A list of dos and don’ts to tackle the latter. »
VIT Chancellor G. Viswanathan and VIT vice-president G.V. Selvam display the banner showing the total offers by slot-1 companies on the VIT campus in Vellore on Saturday

Record number of VIT students makes it to top IT firms

Slot-1 IT companies — Cognizant, Infosys, Wipro Technology and Accenture — have offered jobs to 5,828 students of the VIT University, Vellore, during the campus interviews held this year for the 2... »
BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS: In the 1970s and 1980s, Clive Lloyd (left) turned enormously talented players from the West Indies into a cohesive and formidable unit. File Photo

Bonding is for the week, not weekend

Team building exercises are an effective management tool — only when wielded wisely »

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... »
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Colleges
Anurupa SenCampus 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... »

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... »
At a student-run centre at IIT-M. Photo: M. Srinath

Entry norms for IITs relaxed

Under the new rules, those who have scored 75 per cent marks in Class XII will also be eligible. »

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... »
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Schools
Between us

Have the last laugh

As a teacher, it’s sometimes nice to step back and see the lighter side of stressful situations. »
Parents at TSWR school/Jr.college(girls),Mahendra Hills during the Parents Meeting in Hyderabad on Sunday. Photo:G. Ramakrishna

Back to school, as role models

Professionals from different fields who passed out of TSWREIS spend time with students of their alma mater to motivate them. We wanted to tell the parents that there is no alternative but to educate t... »
Parents alongwith AAP members staging a protest in front of the Department of Public Instruction, Government of Karnataka, against the Karnataka Goverment's failure to implement Right to Education (RTE), in Bangalore on September 17, 2014. Photo: K. Murali Kumar

Endless ordeal for RTE quota admissions

Supreme Court has stayed High Court order directing schools to admit children »

Tamil Nadu Association seeks speedy reimbursement of fees to schools

The Tamil Nadu Nursery, Primary, and Matriculation Schools Association on Wednesday urged the government to expedite the process of reimbursement of fees to schools. K.R. Nandakumar, secret... »
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