Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Students feel stuck at IIIT after taking admission, as there is no provision for hostel

    There is no provision for staying at hostel for the students studying in second year of the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT).Not just this even the students, of first year, who avail the hostel facility, have to commute about 18kms to reach their classes. Although MP government had made tall claims at the time of the launch of this institute of national repute in Bhopal but till date land allotment has

  • Bhopal: 3 MANIT techies land fat pay job with software giant Microsoft

    Bhopal: Multinational software giant Microsoft has hired three BTech (computer science) final year students of MANIT for an annual package of Rs 22.5 lakh each. Mayank Maheshwari, Anurag Gupta and Ayush Rathi are on cloud nine after being selected by the software giant before even completing their degrees. They will be working as software developers in the R&D wing of the company. All of them first appeared for online written test and in second

  • Bhopal: Crossing Mata Mandir square is akin to risking one’s life: Residents

    Bhopal: The Mata Mandir square, one of the largest and one of busiest road crossings in city, poses threat to life. The road crossing receives traffic from MANIT, New Market, P&T square and BJP office. Bhopal Municipal Corporation office is also located in the area. A bulk of traffic passes through the rotary, which creates chaos, confusion and traffic jams as there are no traffic signals. Traffic policemen are also not deployed

  • Bhopal: Citing safety concerns, authorities set separate norms for girl hostellers

    Bhopal: The authorities of higher educational institutions in the state capital have set different hostel norms for women, arguing that such rules are ‘necessary ‘to keep them safe. The decision of the prominent educational institutes like MANIT, RGPV, Barkatullah University (BU) and Gandhi Medical College (GMC) to complying with the directives, have raised several eyebrows. Crying foul, women hostellers demand same privileges given to their counterparts.

  • Bhopal: MANIT student develops cheap, environment-friendly way to get fuel out of plastic

    Bhopal: Inspired from his guides for waste management, Vijesh Verma, a research scholar of MANIT has come up with a method of developing fuel out of plastic. In four years, he succeeded in making fuel out of plastic which is not only environment-friendly in comparison to petrol and diesel but is also 80 per cent cheaper than the available methods.

  • Bhopal: MANIT students protest vehicle ban on campus

    BHOPAL: Students of Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) on Tuesday raised the issue of banning bikes on institute premises. The administration warned the students if they continued their protest, it will declare ‘zero semester’ and also order to vacate the hostels.

  • Bhopal: Training on climate change at MANIT

    BHOPAL: A short-term training programme on ‘Climate Change: Carbon Sequestration and Sustainable Energy Resources’ sponsored by Madhya Pradesh Clean Development Mechanism Agency was inaugurated at Energy Centre of MANIT here on Thursday. Principal secretary, energy Manu Shrivastava inaugurated the programme.

  • Bhopal Municipal Corporation to auction MANIT immovable property

    BHOPAL: Immovable property of MANIT will be auctioned on March 21 for not clearing the overdue tax by the Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) .BMC administration will go for auction of 4296 Square meter of immovable property of MANIT at zone 18 office, Gehukheda on March 21.

  • Bhopal: Anti-encroachment drive clears Link Road-3

    BHOPAL: Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) has launched anti-encroachment drive on Tuesday at Link Road no-3. After a long gap, BMC administration had again started the drive.

  • Bhopal: Meeting on Smart City concludes

    BHOPAL: National conference on “Applications of ITS, GIS, City Apps and Cyber Security for Smart Cities” concluded at Oriental College of Technology Bhopal with a valedictory function on Monday. Around 150 papers were presented in the four technical sessions of the meet in two days.

  • Mehendi contest in SECT college sports meeting in Bhopal

    Bhopal: The Annual Sports Meet of the SECT College, which has been in the field of education for the last 16 years, is underway for the past one week. Mehendi, rangoli, carom and chess competitions were organised under the meet.

  • Exotic contests at MANIT tech festival in Bhopal

    BHOPAL: Remote-controlled wireless racing car competition organised by Robocon was one of the key attractions of the ongoing tech fest at MANIT on Sunday.

  • Emphasis on morality at MANIT festival

    BHOPAL: Think India MANIT chapter celebrated its annual interactive two-day fest ‘ABHUDHAY 2K16’. Think India is a pan-Indian initiative of elite colleges like IIMs, NLUs, NITs and IITs to promote nationalism and develop ethics and values amongst youth.

  • ‘Abhyuday’ at MANIT

    BHOPAL: ‘Think India’ MANIT chapter celebrated its annual interactive fest ‘ABHUDHAY 2K16’ on Tuesday. ‘Think India’ is a pan-India initiative of elite colleges like IIMs, NLUs, NITs and IITs to promote nationalism and develop ethics and values amongst youth. Among those present at the Dr Sarvapalli Radahakirshnan auditorium of MANIT on the occasion were Justice UC Maheswari, Up Lokayukta, MP, Defence analyst Major Gaurav Arya and Deepak Sharma a businessman

  • MANIT girl hostellers protest 9.30 pm deadline

    BHOPAL : Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) is facing real hardship these days. Undergoing changes, MANIT few days ago faced protest by its students for increasing term fee and hostel charges and on Thursday, female students protested with banners outside director’s office against the reduction of hostel timings from 10:30 pm to 9:30 pm by which they must compulsorily return.