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Posted By : geetha ravichandran
11/22/2011 2:19 PM
Off late, one sees a mushrooming of new-age schools around the country. International schools, IB curriculum and ultra-modrn teaching methods are often advertised, along with promises to turn your child into the next Einstein, Mozart or Tendulkar. those who can afford such schools, enroll their kids there. Other parents face anxiety whether the more...
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Posted By : geetha ravichandran
11/22/2011 1:49 PM
BANGALORE : Interest in research in India has been on the wane in the past few decades despite outstanding overall economic growth. In the 1980s, India was among the top 10 countries in the world producing original research, slipping to no. 12 in the 1990s. And in the first decade of the new millennium, its position further slipped, alarmingly, more...
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Posted By : geetha ravichandran
11/22/2011 1:43 PM

BANGALORE: The most prestigious and tough UK medical exam is now in Bangalore. The great relief for students is not having to fly all the way to UK for the MRCPCH clinical exam. The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) will conduct the clinical examination at manipal universiy

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Posted By : geetha ravichandran
11/22/2011 1:41 PM
BANGALORE: The arts-science team from Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore has for the second time won the best human practice award at the International Genetically Engineered Machines (IGEM) competition at MIT, Boston. The school had earlier registered an international regional win in Hong Kong. At IGEM, undergraduate team more...
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Posted By : geetha ravichandran
11/22/2011 1:37 PM
BANGALORE : Queen's University, Belfast, launched Dr APJ Abdul Kalam scholarships for Indian engineering and science students worth up to $4,00,000. The scheme is open to 100 Indian students who wish to enrol in post-graduate engineering and science programmes at Queen's University in 2012. Each successful recipient will be entitled to $4,000 sch more...
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Posted By : geetha ravichandran
11/22/2011 1:32 PM
MYSORE: Students of Sarvajanika School in Vidyaranyapuram are showing greater aptitude towards learning science. Children of the government school are keen to go into the details of science, now that they have been exposed to personal computing. Thanks to the initiative of a bunch of youths who spent their time helping kids in the government more...
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Posted By : geetha ravichandran
11/22/2011 1:21 PM
Mr TR Ramachandran, CEO and MD, Aviva-India, talks about the strategy and concept behind the book donation drive. He says that Aviva believes that "Education is Insurance" for a better future. The Aviva Great Wall of Education is part of their Corporate Social Responsibility Programme--"Street to School". It is to bring the street childre more...
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Posted By : geetha ravichandran
11/22/2011 12:44 PM
In decades past, research & development in India was not really tied to the economy; an isolated industry didn't feel any need for it. Now, the integration of the Indian eco-nomy with the global economy has created a dependence on R&D for some segments. And in the future, its value will only increase as countries that have the ability more...
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Posted By : Parthasarathy
11/11/2011 9:05 PM
Medicos who failed in their first-year MBBS examination this year for not securing more than 50% marks in each paper of a subject will now be promoted to the second year if their aggregate in each subject is 50% or more. This means that the students will not need to get more than 50% marks individually in the four papers of a subject, includi more...

Posted By : Parthasarathy
11/11/2011 8:53 PM
“Trends are changing. Students increasingly prefer courses that will ensure them jobs towards the end of the academic year.” Targeting the massive demand for quality education in India, foreign universities are eagerly awaiting the introduction and passage of Foreign Education Bill in Parliament. Representatives of the Middlesex more...

Posted By : Parthasarathy
11/11/2011 8:50 PM
For years, computer science was a rage among those who made it to the top of the Common Entrance Test (CET) selection list. But preferences have changed as the information technology shimmer has faded and the state of the economy has become less certain. Among the popular streams, computer science has the highest vacancy (40%) and mechani more...
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Posted By : Parthasarathy
11/11/2011 8:47 PM
Though India is enrolling more students in schools and colleges, the quality of education in the country remains poor, a top World Bank official said. "It's not enough that you are putting more children into schools and colleges each year, you will have to bring them at par with international standard," World Bank Director Education Elizabeth M more...
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