In the highly competitive space of an IIM, getting an opportunity to participate in a session that has insights from the Bhagvad Gita is an experience in itself. Peeyush Patil talks about the Self Incorporated course he is pursuing at IIM Kozhikode.
The banking sector is poised to create eight lakh jobs in the next six years, according to a recent study by Assocham, the highest body of the chambers of commerce of India.
Shell India has opened registration for its second Shell Junior National Science Scholars programme. Implemented by the British Council in India, the programme comprises a one-and-a-half hour exam-based scholarship for Class nine and 10 students in the field of physics, chemistry and mathematics.
Studying abroad, what with the dollar rising against the rupee and worries of a slowdown, has not been easy, and a number of students studying in Sweden, say education does not come cheap.
To be conducted in May 2014, the All-India Pre-Medical Test will have the same format and syllabus as that of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test that was conducted this year.
NEET had its own advantages but AIPMT was always a better idea, say students
With the Common Admission Test (CAT) beginning today, Ameya Joshi, a student of the postgraduate programme in management at IIM Indore, recalls how the day unfolded for him when he took the test last year.
Institutions such as Delhi University, Jamia Millia Islamia and JNU are proactively working towards sensitising students to gender issues through courses and outreach programmes, writes Gauri Kohli
Sangeeta Roy, currently pursuing a PhD in women’s studies at TISS Hyderabad, finds the subject different from other social science disciplines.
Lakshmi Lingam, professor in women’s studies and deputy director, TISS Hyderabad, talks about the job prospects of courses in women’s studies.
Myths associated with courses on gender studies.
Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarships offers short research and professional visits grants for Indian students in the UK.
Unable to cope with cultural and social pressures, many Indian students drop out of foreign universities and return home without a degree or a job.
Delhi Government’s proposal to reserve 90% undergraduate seats in DU colleges, which are completely funded by it, for students from the Capital has drawn flak. Here are some reactions.
Had he been alive today, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi would have a lot of young people demanding his time and energies and sage advice. College students in Delhi share what they would want to ask him to help improve their lives and build a better India.