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AKTU students allege teachers rushing 6-month syllabus in 5 weeks

  • Engineering students of AKTU allege that as soon as the examination schedule was announced, teachers are trying to complete six months’ syllabus in just five weeks, giving no time for students to comprehend and grasp.
A section of students said they are not wary of examinations. But what was bothering them was the online exam.(Sunil Ghosh/HT File Photo)
A section of students said they are not wary of examinations. But what was bothering them was the online exam.(Sunil Ghosh/HT File Photo)
Published on Jun 16, 2021 05:48 PM IST
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UP tech institutes should conduct online exams as per convenience: CM

  • Technical educational institutions should conduct online examinations as per their convenience, said chief minister Yogi Adityanath in a meeting with officials in Lucknow on Sunday.
UP Education Secretary Alok Kumar on Saturday announced that final year exams of engineering students of all technical universities and polytechnic institutes in the state will be held in third week of July while the exams of students of other classes (first, second and third years) will be held in the last week of July.(PTI File)
UP Education Secretary Alok Kumar on Saturday announced that final year exams of engineering students of all technical universities and polytechnic institutes in the state will be held in third week of July while the exams of students of other classes (first, second and third years) will be held in the last week of July.(PTI File)
Updated on Jun 13, 2021 07:08 PM IST
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Amazon India announces launch of 'ML summer school'

Amazon India announces launch of an integrated learning programme for students to learn applied Machine Learning (ML) skills...
Amazon India: The programme - ML Summer School - has been introduced to help train students in ML and address the growing demand for talent with this skill set across various industries, Amazon India said in a statement(File)
Amazon India: The programme - ML Summer School - has been introduced to help train students in ML and address the growing demand for talent with this skill set across various industries, Amazon India said in a statement(File)
Published on Jun 13, 2021 05:43 PM IST
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What to do after B.Tech? Top 5 career options for an engineering graduate

If you are apprehensive of or unwilling to take a campus placement offer after your UG engineering course, here are the best choices for you, according to an expert.
Choosing the right career path after becoming an engineer can be a tad confusing for some (Representational Image). Getty Images/iStockphoto
Choosing the right career path after becoming an engineer can be a tad confusing for some (Representational Image). Getty Images/iStockphoto
Published on Mar 18, 2021 06:54 PM IST
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Engineering student in Odisha working as MGNREGS labourer to fund studies

Rosy Behera, 20, a civil engineering student in Puri has been working as a daily wager for the last three weeks to pay her college fees.
Belonging from Goradipidha village under Chainpur Panchayat in Puri district of Odisha, she has been carrying mounds of earth on her head as a daily wager instead of putting her civil engineering skills to work. (Representative image)(Shutterstock)
Belonging from Goradipidha village under Chainpur Panchayat in Puri district of Odisha, she has been carrying mounds of earth on her head as a daily wager instead of putting her civil engineering skills to work. (Representative image)(Shutterstock)
Published on Jan 28, 2021 11:30 AM IST
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Open-book exams for engineering students on the table

Open book exams would allow students to take notes, text book and resource materials into an exam hall.
A four-member committee on exam reform has recommended an “open book examination” for engineering courses.(Shutterstock)
A four-member committee on exam reform has recommended an “open book examination” for engineering courses.(Shutterstock)
Updated on Apr 29, 2018 08:09 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Neelam Pandey

SC/ST engineering students learn at faster rate: Study

The study was conducted on 45,453 first and third-year students across the country.
It points out that the overall learning curve for students, especially in mathematics and physics, from first to third year, is very steep.(Prashant Waydande/HT File Photo)
It points out that the overall learning curve for students, especially in mathematics and physics, from first to third year, is very steep.(Prashant Waydande/HT File Photo)
Published on Apr 06, 2018 11:49 PM IST
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