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Tata Power Skill Development Institute Enrolls Its 50,000th Trainee

The institute, in its first year - 2015, started with an enrollment of 208 trainees. Now within 4 years, it has trained over 50,000 in employable skills.

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Aakash Live Students Shine In NEET 2019

With AIR 30, S. Mageswari from Hyderabad has proved that competitive exams can also be cracked by studying from home.

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FIIT JEE Punjabi Bagh (Delhi) Centre Organized ‘Green Fest’

The fest was aimed to sensitise sensitize the students on their responsibility towards the environment and the planet “EARTH".

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IIHMR’s 5th Convocation Charged Up Its Graduate Students For Their Bright Future

The institute felicitated the students of their degree programmes.

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SPJIMR’s Beta Start Connects Some Of India’s Young Innovative Startups To The Right Investors

The Beta Start conducted by SPJIMR focuses on creating a network of the right entrepreneurial spirit and ideas to the right set of investors. The management institute encourages young minds to take their ideas in order to benefit the country and the world.

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Sanskrit As An Official Language: Nand Kumar Sai, Chairman, NCST

National Education Policy (NEP) drafts the three language formula has been modified by recommending Hindi language in all government schools.

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Jobs Not Anymore At The Mercy Of Campus For Freshers

2018 was a good year for freshers as they saw a good demand flowing especially from e-commerce and start-ups due to massive funding rounds which have to build a sense of optimism around the start-up ecosystem.

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Studying Abroad Bridging The Indo-China Divide

In the year 2006, India and China signed an umbrella agreement, EEP (Education Interest Programme) for educational co-operation between the two countries. Under this agreement, certain scholarships in recognised institutes of Higher Learning are awarded to 25 students each from both sides. The 25 sc

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Education Crisis: India Juggling With Engineering Education Issue, Need To Take Concrete Steps

The need of the hour is to retooling, reskilling and reprogramming that will enable us to create new learning skills by providing unbundled learning and provide a multidisciplinary perspective. Instead of curriculum-based education, engineers need to focus more on essential communications, critical

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Career Prospects In Biomedical Engineering

A Biomedical engineer is a professional who intelligently amalgamates medicine with engineering. The role of a biomedical engineer is to design systems and products which can substitute damaged body parts such as artificial organs, devise equipment for diagnostic purposes, install maintain and repai

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