Free Press Journal
  • NEET 2018: Admit cards to be released by CBSE on April 18

    New Delhi: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to release admit cards for National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Exam (NEET) this week. The admit cards were earlier scheduled to be released in the second week of April. The NEET exam of 2018 is scheduled to take place May 6 at 10 am.

  • CAT 2017 results declared, here’s how you can download the score card

    In a news that would soothe as well make students anxious, IIM Lucknow has released the scorecard for candidates who appeared in the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2017. Candidates would need their login id and password to login to their account and download their score card. CAT result is declared in the form of percentile score with 100 percentile being the maximum. CAT is conducted by IIMs for admission to post graduate

  • 5 traits that prove you are made for MBA

    Today, MBA is one of the most desirable graduate degrees and is the most sought-after degree programs. But though it is growing in popularity, it is still as challenging and rigorous as ever. Individuals who have certain traits are made for MBA, and they tend to flourish in a competitive MBA program. Here are top 5 traits that prove you are made for MBA.

  • Language: A tool of communication

    New Delhi: Language is defined as a method of human communication but what happens when that language embraces diversity and when media is playing the role of catalyst in it. This role of media in linguistic diversity was discussed in one of the sessions of  a day-long media workshop on diversity and inclusion organised by High Commission of Canada.

  • Top institutes offering communications & PR courses

    Top institutes offering communications & PR courses

    There are many colleges in India that offer courses that specialise in advertising and journalism but there are not many which specialise in communications and PR courses.

  • Why money alone can’t solve the problem…

    Despite huge investments by the government and social enterprises, India’s education sector continues to be a story of poor learning outcomes and inadequate quality. What lessons can we learn from our experiments so far? Numbers related to Indian education sector are mind-boggling. With more than 1.5 million schools (1.1 million of them run by the government) and more than 250 million students enrolled in them, the country’s K-12 (kindergarten (K) – 12th