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TAPMI Announces E-PGP In Management In Jamshedpur

Fast paced 11-month programme for working executives; to begin from March 2019.

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Delhi University To Introduce 30 New Courses, Increases 282 Seats; Demands 3,000 More Teachers

The Delhi University, Academic Council (AC) approved 30 new courses, added 282 seats to existing courses and launched 10 new vocational courses which all will be implemented from the academic year 2019-20 onwards. The Florence Nightingale College of Nursing will now provide B.Sc. Nursing (hon) through DU. To cater to the increased seats, the administration is expecting to create 3000 new teaching jobs.

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Quality Of Education In Higher Institutions Not Up To World Standard: Pranab Mukherjee

Stating that IIT graduates will be found at top places in international organisations, Pranab Mukherjee asked, how many of IITians are engaged in teaching and basic research? He was addressing convocation at Patna University.

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Successful Entrepreneurs Enthrall Students With Real Life Professional Experience

At the ISBF Alumni Meet'19, the alumnae shared the nuances of their professional journey, and some very useful insights on how students can take their professional journey to the next level.

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IIT Hyderabad Becomes The First Institute In India To Launch B.Tech. In Artificial Intelligence

Globally, IIT Hyderabad is likely the third institute to offer a full-fledged B.Tech. program in AI, after Carnegie Mellon University & Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the U.S.

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NIIT Announces 14th National Industry Targeted Aptitude Test (NITAT)

NIIT reaches out to more than 1 Million students over the past 14 years with new-age career options across multiple sectors.

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Ministry Of Social Justice & Empowerment, Goi Offers Scholarships For The Students Of Assam

Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India is offering scholarships to improve the participation of students so as to give them a better chance of progressing in higher education.

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