Times have definitely changed. It was assumed earlier that those who studied Sanskrit could only be teachers, but now students of Sanskrit who opt for other subjects like maths or computer science, are getting admission in PG courses in computer science or MBA courses. The demand for teachers, of course, continues at various levels.
Our CJs spend a fruitful day with volunteers from the NGO Swechha, narrating stories on mangoes to children of Jagdamba Camp
Be open to new experiences College is a time for new beginnings and new experiences. Things in university work differently from how they functioned in school – it is ripe with new faces and new opportunities. Don’t have high expectations, embrace experiences that come your way.
Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences (BITS), Pilani has tied-up with edX, an open source learning platform, both online and in the classroom to offer MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) to reach out to BITS students.
What happens to those students who have already completed a year as per FYUP? How will they be able to shift to the three-year format? Delhi University’s executive council has given some suggestions.
College students can join a number of youth-run organisations to gain leadership skills and become socially sensitive
Amit Kumar (name changed) has scored 96.3% in CBSE boards. Since the day his result was announced he is depressed, anxious about whether he will get a subject of his choice in a good college.
As many as 50 universities in the US offer courses in Hindi. These build trust and acceptance within professional contexts.
Our Campus Journalists hope for a quick resolution of the FYUP mess and focus instead on the next step of admissions - the cut-offs
Here is your chance to taste coffee, evaluate it, define its quality and become an expert in coffee quality management. Coffee Board is inviting applications for its postgraduate diploma in coffee quality management (PGDCQM 14-15) for the academic year starting in August 2014.
The need of the hour is an undergraduate programme which goes beyond just gathering knowledge. On one hand, students need to be educated and guided to undertake critical thinking and formal research. On the other, they need to be equipped with skills and attitudes they would need in the world of work.
Although India’s higher education system contributes about 350,000 engineers and 2.5 million university graduates annually to our workforce, at any given time, about five million graduates remain unemployed.
There was a time when school students looked forward to catching up with their friends and making plans to meet over clandestine calls through a landline phone. Now, of course, thanks to technology and social media, staying connected or making plans with friends is not such a big ordeal.
DIPSAR is inviting applications for admission to its pharmacy courses at various levels, the deadline being July 4.
The US Embassy in Chanakyapuri wore a festive look on June 19 to celebrate Student Visa Day. The embassy staff, dressed informally in clothes featuring logos of US universities, greeted students who had queued up to apply for their visas.