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    Diploma scholarships he KC Mahindra Education Trust has announced the Mahindra All India Talent Scholarship. Students who have passed class 10 or 12 and have secured admission in 2011 to government or recognised polytechnics for diploma co
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  • TOWARDS AN EDUCATED INDIA:

    Stakeholders Expectations from the Faculty of an Academic Institution

  • THE COMPU- DOC

    If you want the computer users of your workplace to look on you as the man of the hour, then opt for acareer as system administrator says REENA JHAVERI

  • ACADEMIC CORNER

    Shashi Tharoor felicitated by alma mater

  • Soft skills hard no more

    Hiren Chaturvedi did his MTech a few years ago. He now has an MBA from a reputed college. But he still could not get the job of his choice during c&us recruitment. Reason: Blame it on his soft skills.

  • Feedback

    A management degree pays

  • The half- yearly system?

    It has been discussed and decided. The creditbased semester system is here to be adopted. But are our universities and institutions up to it?

  • A DOCTORS DILEMMAS

    NEHA SHAH LOOKS INTO THE LIFE OF AMEDICAL STUDENT, RIGHT FROM THE ASPIRANT DAYS TO THE FINAL EXAMS, AND FINDS MORE IMPEDIMENTS THAN INSPIRATION

  • Be aware NOT REAL!

    Beware of the fake universities that lure gullible students to make money, and then are unable to awards degrees

  • Deutsche Bank lift womens title

    FPJ SPORTS DESK Mumbai Deutsche Bank of India ( DBOI) put a good combined performance to get the better of National Stock Exchange ( NSE) 5- 2 to bag the womens title in the 4th Standard Chartered Corporate Indoor Soccer Ch&ionship 2011 organised
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  • Karm, Urvashi emerge winners

    OUR CORRESPONDENT Mumbai Delhis Karm Kumar and Jindal Squash Academys Urvashi Joshi proved they were a cut above the rest as they lived up to their top seed billing to win the mens womens singles titles, defeating Sachin Jadhav and Aishwarya Kulka
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  • Armaan Ebrahim finishes sixth at Brands Hatch

    Brands Hatch Indias Armaan Ebrahim completed a profitable weekend with a sixth place finish in the 10th round of the FIA Formula 2 ch&ionship here on Sunday.

  • RED CARDS WERE NOT JUSTIFIED, SAYS COLACO

    Abu Dhabi A dejected Indian football coach Armando Colaco blamed his teams 0- 3 defeat at the hands of United Arab Emirates in a World Cup qualifying match to the two red cards his side was handed, saying they were alt145 not justified.Colaco lau
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  • SUTILS BEST OF SEASON

    Force Indias Adrian Sutil raced his way to his best seasons performance with a sixth place finish in the Formula One German Grand Prix here on Sunday. Sutil started eighth at the grid and gained two places at the end with a lap time of 1: 26.208.
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  • Tendulkar batted with fever in first innings

    London Sachin Tendulkar batted with a running fever during Indias first innings and left for the team hotel soon after he was out in the ongoing cricket Test against England.

  • Gambhir rushed to hospital for X- ray after nasty hit

    Indian opener Gautam Gambhir was on Sunday rushed to a hospital here for an X- ray examination after being hit on the left arm by a full- blooded sweep from Matt Prior while fielding during Englands second innings on the fourth day of the first c
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  • Dhoni in danger of one- match ban

    Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni faces the danger of a one- match ban following a slow over rate during Englands first innings in the first cricket Test at Lords.

  • Anderson praises Broad for answering critics

    London England fast bowler James Anderson on Sunday lauded fellow pacer Stuart Broad for answering his critics by taking four wickets, including the prized scalp of Sachin Tendulkar, during the first Test at Lords.