License to make a deal

The licensing business promises lucrative job options finds out Prachi Rege in an interview with Jiggy George, founder and CEO of Dream Theatre Pvt. Ltd.

Global Links Scholar programme for Indian women professors

Applications are open for the 12-month intensive education and business course to be held in the US in association with Rollins College, Florida. Prachi Rege gets the details.

Tea tales/ Cutting (edge) Chai

Do you have active taste buds and an equally strong sensory skills; are you passionate about promoting tea as a preferred drink, then tea taster is the right career for you, says Gauri Rane.

XLRI sticks to pen and paper entrance exam

Bucking the trend of conducting B-school entrance exams on computers, the XLRI-Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur, has decided to stick to the old pen and paper format for its XAT exam.

Bengali diaspora study centre at Kalyani varsity

West Bengal`s Kalyani University is starting a Bengali diaspora research centre that will not only shed light on the problems the community faces abroad but will also seek to restore them to their roots.

English marks not be included for gradation: UPSC to aspirants

The marks of English Language Comprehension Skills, asked in second paper of civil services (preliminary) examination, will not be included for gradation, the government said on Saturday.

UGC schemes for empowerment of SCs, STs, minorities

The University Grants Commission (UGC) is implementing a number of schemes for educational empowerment of SCs, STs and minorities that include setting up of equal opportunity cells and scholarships.

Campuses focus on teaching environment protection

Institutions are now focusing on teaching students the importance protecting the environment, finds Prachi Rege.

BSc in Hospitality

Goa-based hospitality institute collaborates with Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) to offer its new course. Prachi Rege tracks the course which promises job-ready candidates for the industry.

Creating lowcost healthcare solutions

22 year old researcher and philanthropist, Kuldeep Singh Rajput has been working on various healthcare projects and developing solutions for the disabled.

Human Rights Management

New management programme at a B-school in Bangalore to focus on human rights at work place. Prachi Rege reports.

UGC `allows` IISc to continue with FYUP

The University Grants Commission (UGC) is understood to have allowed IISc Bangalore to continue with the four-year undergraduate programme.

Education institutes go green

Being eco-friendly is not only a social responsibility of the corporate, but also education institutes. Prachi Rege scans for environment projects taken up on campuses across the country.

A career in mobile apps

A growing numbers of smartphone users has led to an increase in demand for mobile app developers who keep you tuned in all the time.

Tamil Nadu has maximum number of universities in country

Tamil Nadu has the maximum 59 universities in the country and there was no need for a new one, the government informed the Assembly.

70% of int`l engg students in US from India, China: Report

Seventy per cent of international students studying engineering in the US are from China and India, according to a new report.

Delhi University announces dates for students union polls

Delhi University on Tuesday announced dates for the election of office bearers of Delhi University`s Student Union (DUSU) and members of Central Council.

Education key to be a successful sportsperson

To be a successful sportsperson it is absolutely necessary to strike a balance between education on and off the field, says Ardeshir Jeejeebhoy, CEO, LFC International Football Academy – DSK Shivajians in a chat with Patricia Mascarenhas.

Career in Architecture

Creating structures that suit the requirements of a 21st century world is a challenge. Gauri Rane finds out how architecture as a stream of study has changed over the years.

Winter clothing for students going abroad

We’re in that time of the year when students in India are packing their bags to go and study abroad. Are you one of them? If yes, then Patricia Mascarenhas tells you how to keep warm wherever you go.

Career in sports

Did you know that your favourite sport could lead you to a successful career path? Gauri Rane finds out why despite being popular in India sports has found few takers.

Lab to bridge the skill gap

A Bangalore-based engineering college has set up a microcontroller lab on its campus to make graduates job-ready. Prachi Rege reports.

UPSC preliminary examination to be held as scheduled

The civil services preliminary examination will be held as scheduled on August 24 with the changes announced by government in Parliament on Monday including non-inclusion of English marks in gradation of candidates.

A glance at UPSC exam process

As the most recent batch of civil service inductees wait get to work, Sanchayan Bhattacharjee takes a look at the UPSC exam process.

Mumbai`s Ronak Nanda wins Culinary Clash competition

Luce At The Intercontinental recently announced Mumbai based culinary student as the winner of the Culinary Clash competition, Patricia Mascarenhas reports

Allahabad University V-C resigns

Against the backdrop of protests on the Allahabad University campus, Vice-Chancellor Professor AK Singh has tendered his resignation, a top varsity official said.

IIT Kharagpur eyeing international status

Eyeing an improved international ranking, premier technology institute IIT-Kharagpur has started inviting foreign students, faculties and even Nobel laureates every year to its campus.

IIT Kharagpur plans to bring flexible credit-based system in 2016

IIT Kharagpur will soon introduce a introduce a new "credit-based system" which would allow students the flexibility to complete a four-year B Tech course in three-and-a-half years.

NDMC won`t deny admission to any local student in its schools

No child residing in areas under the jurisdiction of New Delhi Municipal Council will be denied admission in any school run by the civic agency.

Emerge as creative leaders: Kalam to IIM students

Former president APJ Abdul Kalam Thursday urged students of the Indian Institute of Management (IIM)-Shillong to emerge as creative leaders to bring about the required change in the country.

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