Ace fashion designer Rohit Bal was recently signed up as mentor to the students of the JD Institute of Fashion Technology. We caught up with him to find out more about his new role.
With a focus on research and innovation in technology, DTU is reinventing itself by introducing industry-relevant programmes
London School of Economics (LSE) has announced up to 40 scholarships to students from India studying a master’s programme at the school starting in 2014. The awards will range in value from £3,000 to £32,000 depending on financial need.
For those keen to link academics with environment, pursuing a degree at TERI University is a good idea. Aspirants get an opportunity to gain in-depth insights into world environment and climate science through a well-structured curriculum and lectures from eminent scientists and professors.
The examination date for the Law School Admission Test— India (LSAT) has been announced. The reasoning-based test will be conducted on May 18, 2014, in 16 cities.
More than 50 prestigious law institutions now recognise the scores as one of the admissions criteria.
A team of three students — Tabrez Nadvi, Pavan MJ and Vignesh Arul RA – all from the aeronautical engineering department at ACS College of Engineering, Bangalore, won a prize of Rs.
1 lakh in the first Boeing-IIT National AeroModelling Competition.
Business studies is a dynamic skill based subject which needs project-based learning to connect students to real life experiences.
GSSIPU offers an array of courses across a number of disciplines architecture, law and medicine, to name a few
Students of GGSIPU seem to enjoy their courses at the university’s schools, if their testimonials are any indication. With a variety of courses catering to students from different backgrounds and aspirations, the university has grown in popularity over the years.
Offering education from nursery school to doctoral level, Jamia Millia Islamia moderates the curriculum for all programmes regularly to incorporate the needful changes
Young Indians have a vision and, yes, they have a voice too
A national conference on ‘natural calamities and mitigating strategies: options for better tomorrow’ was organised by IEC Group Of Institutions where 142 research papers and articles were submitted by various academicians and corporate professionals.
Meet these unconventional women who fought all odds to create a better future not just for themselves but for entire communities. Learn more about the organisations they work for and their commitment to social change.
Employability is a key benchmark of success for higher education institutions and an assessment component for college rankings the world over.
With the general elections round the corner, political parties are channelising their energies into analysing and modifying their strategies to understand voter sentiments. Some of them are also relying on a new generation of public policy-makers and policy analysts who can help them script a success story.