Covering the range: The subjects one has to master while studying chartered accountancy include auditing, accounting, company law, income taxes, indirect taxes etc
Colour your world: From designing packages to magazine covers and now blogs, a graphic designer can make any product come to life
DJs create music by combining various genres and tracks through a variety of equipment like turntables, mixers, graphic equalizers, tape decks and several other sound processers to get their audience in the groove.
Leaders are not born, they are made. And leadership comes naturally when one is conscientious about pursuing the right calling in life. This week, my fellow CJs talk about their plans for the future.
Log on: Ever since the course started last month, several thousand students from over 165 countries have signed up
Ageing is more than a mere biological process. Andreas Kruse, director of the Institute of Gerentology, Heidelberg University, Germany, talks more about it.
To provide a platform to discuss challenges regarding choosing a course, college and careers faced by students after Class 12, HTCampus.com organised the HTCampus.com Careers After 12th Education Fair in the Capital on July 5, 2015.
No clarity: With just two weeks remaining for the start of the new session at Delhi University, colleges are still not clear about the implementation of CBCS
While the choice-based credit system (CBCS) is rolled out in regular colleges of Delhi University (DU) this year, students of its distance education institute, the School of Open Learning are a worried lot. They fear they’ll be at a disadvantage if CBCS is implemented only in regular colleges.
The University Grants Commission (UGC) clarified recently that it is in the process of helping universities adopt the choice-based credit system (CBCS) smoothly.
Anyone watching? A number of private institutes have collaborated with foreign universities to offer joint degrees not recognised by India’s top educational regulatory bodies
In its response to an RTI application filed by HT’s Jeevan Prakash Sharma, the University Grants Commission had no information to share on approvals for collaborations between Indian and international institutes.
Pay for changing streams: Cut-off scores are soaring over 100% in some Delhi University colleges because of a 2.5% penalty imposed on students who opt for courses they did not study in school
College life has no meaning without those mandatory hours spent in the canteens, gossipping and eating.
Students’ diaries: DU’s all about struggling to get a seat, but once you’re there, it can be a lot of fun and for some a home away from home