FMS Delhi admissions 2019: The candidates will be offered a seat for the above programmes on the basis of CAT score, personal interview. (Image source: unsplash.com) DU FMS admissions 2019: The Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Delhi has released a notification for applicants interested in pursuing its two-year full-time MBA and PhD programmes. The eligible candidates can apply through the official website, fms.edu, on or before November 20, 2018. The candidates will be offered a seat for the above programmes on the basis of CAT score, personal interview. This year, Indian Institute of Management-Calcutta will conduct the CAT examinations on Sunday, November 25 in 147 cities across the countryRead More →

CSIR-UGC NET December 2018: The online registration process has been extended till October 17 CSIR-UGC NET December 2018: Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has extended the registration date for the UGC NET examination scheduled to be conducted in December. The online registration process will be closed on October 17, the candidates can apply through the official website, csirhrdg.res.in. Earlier, the registration process is scheduled to be closed on October 15. The UGC NET examination will be conducted on December 16 to test the eligibility of the aspirants for the award of Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) NET. Also, through UGC NET, the eligibility for appointment ofRead More →

World Bank recently released it’s Human Capital Index report. Among other aspects of living, the report also addresses key areas in education. The three indicators included in the report which address the education of children in a country are Expected Years of School, Harmonized Test Scores, and Learning-Adjusted Years of School. The three indicators focus primarily on school education since one of the main focus of Human Capital Index report is to find out if early health care and education prepare children to succeed and prosper as adults in a rapidly changing world. Expected Years of School Expected Years of School is the number ofRead More →

Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore or IIMB will celebrate its 45th Foundation Day on Sunday, October 28, 2018, with a plethora of events and activities on campus. The events include the Foundation Day Lecture, and the Distinguished Alumni Awards (DAA) ceremony. Prof G Raghuram, Director, IIMB, will present his report on IIMB growth, while acknowledging all those who played a role in building and nurturing the country’s premier management school, during the event. This year’s theme for the Foundation Day Lecture is ‘Real Empowerment’ and the lecture will be delivered by the Chief Guest, Malavika R Harita, Founder-CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi Focus, atRead More →

Two weeks after proposing changes in the exam pattern for students with special needs, studying in Class IX and X, the Maharashtra State Bureau of Textbook Production and Curriculum Research (Balbharti) on Tuesday cancelled its own plans. In the last week of September, the Balbharti had issued a circular detailing the changes in the exam patterns for children with special needs with more weightage on internal marks. Currently, students have internal exams only in science and mathematics. However, the Balbharti had proposed 20 internal marks for language subjects and 30 internal marks for social studies, only for children with special needs, in a bid toRead More →

Declared one of the “major initiatives” by the administration this year, the project has been criticised by students who claim they are facing several infrastructural issues — including lack of a school building. In December last year, Jawaharlal Nehru University had approved setting up a School of Engineering. Within six months, it said it would start admissions. Declared one of the “major initiatives” by the administration this year, the project has been criticised by students who claim they are facing several infrastructural issues — including lack of a school building. As of now, the school has 104 students enrolled in two programmes — Computer Science Engineering andRead More →

The Robert Bosch Centre for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (RBC-DSAI) at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras is collaborating with the Tamil Nadu e-Governance Agency for enhancing data driven governance in the State. This will be carried out by working closely with various official branches and entities within the government of Tamil Nadu, said a statement from the institute. These collaborations are expected to contribute towards various aspects of governance, including but not limited to, education, healthcare, and agriculture, the statement added. Santhosh K. Misra I.A.S, Chief Executive Officer, Tamil Nadu e-Governance Agency, and Prof Ravindra Gettu, Dean (Industrial Consultancy and Sponsored Research), IITRead More →

Urging teachers to teach students morals, values and ethics, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday advised educational institutions to make social service mandatory for their wards. “Make social service or service to armed forces or voluntary organisations like National Service Scheme (NSS) and Scouts & Guides mandatory for conferring degrees,” said Mr Naidu at a function here. Addressing the valedictory function of the V P Deenadayalu Naidu’s centenary celebrations here, Mr Naidu said social services would help students inculcate the spirit of oneness, nationalism and social consciousness. “Students should draw inspiration from a visionary leader and a nationalist like Deenadayalu,” said the Vice President.Read More →

Innovation is no longer a luxury but a necessity for a country like India and institutions like NITs should focus on innovation in a big way, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu said on Monday. Mr. Naidu,who was speaking after inaugurating the Diamond Jubilee celebration of National Institute of Technology (NIT) at Warangal in Telangana, appreciated the institution for its initiatives to promote technological and scientific research. The Vice President insisted that technological institutions such as NITs focus extensively on innovation. Innovation should be the one mantra that leads the institution forward, he said. He remarked that innovation was no longer a luxury fora country likeRead More →

AIIMS has postponed the registration dates for AIIMS PG Entrance Examination for July 2019 session. Earlier the registration was scheduled to begin on October 6, however the date has been postponed and now the online registration will begin on October 18, 2018. AIIMS PG Entrance exam is conducted for admission to MD/MS/MDS programmes offered at AIIMS Delhi and six other AIIMS. Those candidates who have completed Basic Registration for the AIIMS PG Entrance Exam for January 2019 session, and their status of Basic Registration has been accepted, they do not require to fill Basic Registration again. They are eligible to fill the Final Registration ofRead More →