Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Teachers enlighten students on contemporary economic issues

    Indore: Aimed at imparting quality education, economics teachers from renowned schools discussed ‘Ways to Enrich Education in Economics’ at a café in city on Sunday. The seminar was headed by educationist Rashmi Panwar.

  • Indore: 3 held for stealing Rs 46K from friend’s account

    Indore: Three persons were arrested by the officials of city crime branch for stealing Rs 46,000 from a friend’s bank account by using his ATM card. One of the accused is aspirant of a competitive exam.

  • Indore: Possibilities for Tomorrow IIT to hold industry-academia conclave in Sept

    Indore: Indian Institute of Technology Indore will be organising Industry-Academia Conclave (IAC)-2017 on September 6. The conclave would to be attended by representatives of top-notch companies, the institute’s faculty members and students. The theme of this year’s conclave is: “Possibilities for Tomorrow”.

  • Indore: He can afford car but cannot afford polluting air

    Indore: Ensuring that he minimises his bio-footprint, 26-year-old software engineer Ishwar Arya cycles for short distances and uses bus for the long ones. Though he can afford private conveyance, he stays away from them for one cannot afford to pollute the air. Growing up in Shopur, MP, he has always been close to nature.

  • Indore: Admission of ineligible students in MBA sparks fresh controversy

    Indore: Controversies seem to have glued with the common entrance test (CET)-2017. Before one bites the dust, another crops up. In a fresh controversy, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) allegedly granted admission to some graduates in a course despite their lack of eligibility for the same. However, the mistake was caught well on time and the ‘wrong admissions’ were cancelled.

  • Indore: Citizens of all hues walk in memory of martyred soldiers

    Indore: There is no means to pay enough gratitude to the martyred soldiers. However, a common man always conveys its heartfelt tributes and salutes the brave souls whenever they find an opportunity to do so.

  • Delay in CET hits admission badly

    Teaching departments of DAVV, which used to witness 80 per cent admission in the very first round of CET counselling, this year have seen a drastic decline in