The University of Chicago Booth School of Business is offering students from India a new scholarship, supported by a $3 million gift from the Ramakrishnan family.
The British Council is inviting applications for the IELTS Scholarship Award 2014. The scholarship award was launched with the objective of supporting Indian students intending to study in an English-speaking country.
College students have capitalised on internship offers from party.
What are the three major universities of Delhi offering in their English master’s courses?
Every stage in life is fraught with a unique set of challenges and opportunities. And adolescence is no exception. “The biggest challenge of adolescence is that of making the right choices,” says Dr Jitendra Nagpal, senior psychiatrist at Moolchand Hospital.
Aspirants have welcomed the two additional chances they have been given to write the exam
Kartikeya Gupta, a student of computer science engineering at IIT Delhi, who got all-India rank 4 in the JEE (Main) 2013, shares his recipe for success.
Taking timed mock tests will give you a clear picture of what your strengths are
Professor Sanjay G Dhande, former director of IIT Kanpur, founder of the Indian Institute of Information Technology, Jabalpur, and the Indian Institute of Technology, Rajasthan, talks about the engineering education scenario today.
The JEE (Main) 2014 paper 2 to be held on April 6, 2014, is for admissions to the BArch or B Planning courses at the NITs and centrally-funded institutes as well as the self-financed institutes participating in the JEE system. The JEE (Main) 2014 paper 2 is a pen and paper based test.
Will for-profit institutes improve the quality of education in India?
The JEE (Main) is likely to be more competitive this time. Candidates must prepare well so that they do not succumb to pressure on the D-day.
Phil Baty, editor of the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings, feels it is a “rigorous global measure of academic prestige,” and talks about why the results have been ‘disappointing’ where India is concerned
How attractive are university rankings to students? Should they make a choice based purely on how renowned a university or college is? Popular opinion veers towards the right fit. If you find a course of a college that offers a programme that seems to be tailormade for you, just apply, no matter what the rank.
Future managers have to adopt a different pattern of behaviour to learn new skills. The dean of ESC Rennes in France tells you how