Pearl Academy of Fashion (PAF) student, Tanya Narula proved her mettle and creativity in the fifth edition of the 'Wills Lifestyle Debut Awards'. Tanya was felicitated and awarded at Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week by Mr. Sunil Sethi, FDCI Chairman.
In a bid to align its teaching and training process with the best of industry practices, NorthCap University, Gurgaon has signed an agreement with Mitsubishi Electric India Private Limited (MEL), a well-known brand and global leader in electric and electronic equipment for residential, commercial and industrial use.
A team of students from National Institute of Technology (NIT) -Jamshedpur – the ‘Top Guns’ – have taken the institute to international heights with their commendable feat at the SAE (Society of automotive engineers) Aero Design Competition West-2011 in Texas, USA in March, 2011.
The approval will for establishment of BRICS University.
The negotiations were held on this during the 3rd BRICS Education Ministers meeting and Senior Officials meeting in November, 2015 at Mosco, Russia.
The MoU will help in developing pro-active cooperation among the BRICS nations for the purpose of enhancement of scientific research, higher education, information exchange, analysis and implementation of best practices, joint research programmes, and mobility of students, researchers and educators.
The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT)- New Delhi and Kolkata, held its 45th Annual Convocation ceremony at the Delhi campus. 690 students enrolled under diverse courses from both the campuses, received their degrees on the occasion.
He passionately pleaded that youth should pursue science. The Chief Guest on the occasion, former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda said that Science should be pursued for the benefit of Humanity. The Guest of Honour, the Karnataka Minister for Higher Education, Law and Parliamentary Affairs T.B.Jayachandra said that India had a Glorious past and rich heritage of Science & Technology. He said the former Prime Minister late Rajiv Gandhi had been very serious to promote Science & Technology in the country.
The ISB&M School of Communication released the placement results for the batch of 2009-2011, with a 30% increase over the previous year in the number of on-campus offers. The batch comprised of 120 students from diverse backgrounds out of which more than 80% have already been placed.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the state cabinet, chaired by the chief minister Devendra Fadnavis.
The state government will give a stipend of Rs 10,000 per month, besides the scholarship, to those preparing for the prelim, main exam and interview.
The government will spend Rs 23.46 crore for this initiative, which includes cost of training at reputed institutes in Delhi.
The cabinet meeting, held at Mantralaya, also decided to reintroduce the ordinance for appointment of experts on Agricultural Produce Marketing Committee (APMC) all over the state.
The Department of Englsh, Jamia Millia Islamia under its UGC Special Assistance Programme, is going to organize a two-day National Seminar-cum-Workshop on “Translating Premchand-IV”, which is spread in four working sessions. It will be held on March 15-16, 2011 in Mir Anis Hall, Khayaban-e-Ajmal.