HindustanTimes Sun,30 Aug 2015
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Another season of robust hiring at IIMs

IIM Calcutta has placed over 450 students of the batch of 2014-16, one of the largest across all IIMs, in a record time of just over 2.5 days.

Vocational training is a step towards skill development

Dame Asha Khemka, chair of Association Of Colleges India (AOC), who was in India recently as part of a delegation from the UK, believes that the two countries must work together on skill development initiatives and focus on vocational training, among others.

Health and law projects highlight 105-year-old ties

It’s a relationship which spans a century. The first Indian students came to the University of Birmingham, (UoB) UK, in 1909, to study for degrees in mining and commerce. Today, health and law projects are strengthening bonds between the university and Indian institutes.

A week before CAT

With just a week left for CAT, it is time for you to pull up your socks and gear up for D-Day. But before you take the test, we would like to give you a final piece of advice for this last mile of preparation.

Young people are at risk online, survey reveals

McAfee, part of Intel Security, has released the findings of its annual study, the Tweens, Teens and Technology 2014 report, which examines the online behaviour and social networking habits of Indian tweens and teens.

The fellowship facilitates personal growth

I feel that the personal growth is the biggest component of the programme. Living with my cohort of other fellows and listening to their stories has taught me a lot, says Kaushik Tiwari, Columbia University

BC institutions build ties with India

Giving a boost to higher education ties with India, British Columbia (BC) will soon enter into partnership agreements with some Indian institutions.

HTCampus hosts conclave on education

Saksham Bharat Abhiyaan is how one would describe the fourth edition of HTCampus Conclave on Meeting the Talent Demand that had panelists deliberate on whether institutions are providing the right set of competencies to students to cater to the demands of the job market.

Competitive innovation is the way forward

Ericsson has recently announced the launch of the Ericsson Innovation Awards in association with the Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer (FITT) to recognise the spirit of innovation among students at Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs).

‘Colleges wanted the money’

After the commencement of the Prime Minister’s Special Scholarship Scheme for Jammu and Kashmir, the students eligible for the grant had been applying to institutes of their own choice in 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14. This was when AICTE stepped in as it sensed that the private players could be taking the students for a ride.

‘I do not carry the burden of beauty’

As her feet move, Rajika Puri also sings songs in ancient Greek, uses Greek rhymes, talks, cries, is powerful and sometimes vulnerable. Eleni’s story is uniquely narrated by her on stage with chants, vocalised rhythmic syllables, and songs she sings herself. Puri is Helen personified.

Get connected with campus leaders

Social media websites are quite a rage among youngsters these days. And the leaders on campus are sparing no chance of using it to promote their activities and reaching out to campus students.

A great place to work

At Cardiff University in Wales, the student union’s top priority list is similar to any corporate charter reflecting what an organisation hopes to achieve during the financial year.

Five minutes of meditation for your well-being

Feeling stressed is a part and parcel of life. There are many daily events that cause stress, including a traffic jam, or having to wake up early in the morning. Since there is no escaping them, we need to acquire better coping skills to overcome the stressors in our lives. Here are a few tips

Architect of questions

Director of Xpress Minds Edutainment and Quiz Craft, Savarkar believes that every quiz contest should have some interesting takeaways for the participants.
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Ranchi student secures 10 GPA despite major accident before exam

Sharanya Ghorai
Sharanya Ghorai, a Delhi Public School student in Ranchi, met with a major road accident 30 minutes before her mathematics exam, but went on to score a perfect 10 GPA in the subject despite the excruciating pain and profuse bleeding.

Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

Eligibility: First class in graduation in engineering/technology/medicine or first class in master’s degree in science or pharmacy or equivalent or first class MBA with any of the above.

Shell Science Scholarship Programme

Royal Dutch Shell, one of the largest investors in India’s energy sector, among major global integrated oil companies, has opened registrations for its third Shell Junior National Science Scholarship programme 2014-2015.