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education Updated: Feb 04, 2010 13:26 IST

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Your exam helpline

With a group of trained professionals and teacher counsellors, sensitive to the needs of the students and equipped with adequate life skills, Expressions India has launched an eight-mobile helpline, Teen Teleweb. These numbers would be working up to April 10, 2010 to address the concerns of teenage students from any part of the country. The purpose is to help them and their parents deal with the stresses and tensions of the examinations, especially the Boards.

The youngsters will accordingly be guided and motivated to do well in their examinations.

The numbers are: 09718936212 to 18. One can also mail his or her queries to expressions.India@rediffmail.com
Narsee Monjee switches to computer-based test

Taking a cue from CAT, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies will also conduct computer based aptitude test (known as NMAT) for admission to its two year full time MBA programme. The exam will continue until February 8. Being held in 19 cities in India and 11 countries, the test would be conducted online for the first time.

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