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What are the solutions?

Does the decision to drop English comprehension from the merit in the CSAT offer any kind of reassurrance to the agitating candidates? Is this the best possible solution?

Beyond the Hindi heartland

Translation, teaching, information technology, advertising and script writing… there are ample career ­opportunities for students of Hindi

Raising the bar

NLSIU facilitates exchange programmes for students and teachers with some of the leading universities of the world.

A week of first impressions

It has been seven days since DU colleges opened their gates for freshers. Our CJs share varied experiences and impressions of these initial days

Work on your goals

While gearing up for something long term, the effort required is immense and the rewards are few and far between.Being a slow process, it’s also difficult to gauge one’s own progress, and often we feel like we just aren’t moving or doing enough. Taking a systematic approach that incorporates regular feedback will take you towards your goals.

Hotlines to celebs

Meet Hayden Williams, a British fashion illustrator who aims to ­conquer the fashion world with one sketch at a time.

What’s new at JMI?

Credit-based system, medical college among reforms and new offerings at Jamia Millia Islamia

Looking for bling dresses or fancy bags?

Ladies, sharpen your bargaining skills... it’s time to scour the markets and upgrade your wardrobe

Pledging allegiance

As Delhi University reopens, our CJs share the hopes and aspirations that influenced their choice of college.

Joined college? Use apps that help you manage expenses, time

Are you an active cellphone user who has just joined college? How about having a health monitor or a budget tracker on your cellphone? With a range of mobile applications available on most operating systems, here are some apps that will help you sail smoothly through the semester.

Distance learning: Who has the right answers?

According to the Madhava Menon Committee set up by the MHRD to regulate the standards of education through distance mode, till 2010, the number of students in distance education programmes was 36,36,744 (the report said that the actual numbers could be more than this).

Why CSAT should be retained

Despite the strong demand for scrapping CSAT, a section of students and experts believes that doing away with it may not be a good decision.

Course content does not count, just pay Rs. 1.5 lakh

Ever heard of BSc courses in dry cleaning or mobile repairing? The regional head of a state open university, in a secretly recorded conversation, promises affiliation for such courses.

Hunt for that perfect bag

Make an impression on your first days of college with smart bags and find out where you can buy one.

300 French scholarships for Indians

The Charpak programme is designed for one to two years of studies in France at the master’s degree level and is open for all domains and fields
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UGC to outsource NET exam to CBSE

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has decided to outsource the National Eligibility Test (NET)  for lecturers to CBSE.

King George’s Medical University, Lucknow

Eligibility: Graduation degree with 60% marks. For medical/dental candidates should have MD/MS/MDS degree with at least 60% marks in MBBS/BDS aggregate

Monash International Merit Scholarships in Australia, 2015

Monash University is awarding up to 31 merit scholarships for international students. These scholarships will be awarded to undertake full-time undergraduate or postgraduate (coursework) degree at a Monash campus in Australia.
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