Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Hemanshi, a champion in the making

    Indore: Behind her naive eyes and soft smile lies strength of a warrior. This 10-year-old aero kick-boxing champion, Hemanshi Agrawal, surprised everyone even her father. This human dynamo is an inspiration for every members of her family including elder brother, Sarthak. With support from her mother, she became a champion in a year and changed the trend in her family. Sharing her daughter’s story, Prof Dr Seema Agrawal said, “It is amazing

  • IIM Indore launches virtual programmes for executives

    Indore: Indian Institute of Management-Indore has launched two virtual learning programmes for executives – one in Investment Banking and another in Finance.Indian Institute of Management-Indore has launched two virtual learning programmes for executives – one in Investment Banking and another in Finance.The courses titled as Post-Graduate Certificate Programme in Finance (PGCPF) and Post-Graduate Certificate Programme in Investment Banking (PGCPIB) are for graduates or post-graduates with at least two years of work experience.

  • Indore: DAVV provide data to NIRF for rankings

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), which found place among universities ranked between 101 and 150 in the National Rankings-2017 by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), has submitted data for rankings-2018 which are likely to be released by March.
    “We have submitted details required to participate in National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF),” said Pratosh Bansal, DAVV’s nodal officer for NIRF.

  • Indore: VSOM inks MoU with Lanka varsity for student exchange

    Indore: An MoU was signed between Vishisht School of Management and a Sri Lankan university during the b-school’s 6th annual international conference on ‘Paradigm shift in global business practices and socio-economic development’ held on Saturday. The conference was inaugurated by DAVV vice-chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad, Dr Dilip Pithadia from the USA and Dr Rangana Shalika from Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka.

  • Indore: City Crime branch nabs Rs 41 cr excise duty scam

    Indore: City Crime branch arrested the alleged mastermind in Rs 41 cr excise duty scam from Udaipur. During his run, he hid in several states.
    On the instruction of senior police officials, ASP (crime) Amarendra Singh and ASP Dhananjay Shah constituted a team to nab the absconding accused, who carried a reward of Rs 20000 on his head.

  • Sunny weather brings relief for Indoreans

    Indore : As the cyclone ‘Ockhi’ is weakening gradually, the weather condition in the city too experienced change after four days and the day temperature recorded rise on Saturday.

  • Three arrested for planning robbery

    Indore : Police arrested three armed persons while planning robbery at a petrol pump in Vijay Nagar area on Friday night. Two more accomplices managed to flee.

  • Indore: Crime Round Up: Mystery shrouds man’s death

    Indore: A 36-year-old man was found dead under mysterious circumstances near railway crossing below Manik Bagh Bridge in Juni Indore area on Thursday night. According to police, the deceased has been identified as Shahzad alias Gulla of South Toda. He was found dead by the cops near railway track in front of Vijay Palace Colony.

  • indore, madhya pradesh, DAVV, DAVV exempted from NAAC, National Assessment and Accreditation Council

    Indore: DAVV exempted from NAAC’s peer team inspection

    Indore: Having completed three cycles of accreditation from National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) would not have to face an inspection by peer team of the accreditation agency for reviewing its standards.  Rather, its assessment would be based on an online system wherein its self-study report (SSR) provided by the university to NAAC would be assessed on three parameters – qualitative, quantitative and students’ feedback.  “That’s the format

  • indore, madhya pradesh, free press cycling initiative, saftey issue, vikas rajput

    Indore: Free Press Cycling Initiative: Safety a major issue as there’s no tracks here: Rajput

    Indore: Staying humble, youthful and close to nature are some of the benefits 43-year-old scientific officer Vikas Rajput quotes along with his beautiful memories while talking about his love for cycling.  He is among few people who do not get swayed by fashion and society trends of switching over to treadmills and fancy cars for maintaining status. “I loved cycling in childhood and I never stopped, I do not see why I