- IIT Bhubaneswar (unofficial information site; a blog by students)
- IIT Hydearabad
- IIT Patna
- IIT Gandhinagar
- IIT Rajasthan
- IIT Rupnagar
- IIT Mandi
- IIT Indore (faculty recruitment)
1 comment February 4th, 2009
1 comment February 4th, 2009
The ad mentions that NIMS is in the process of opening a medical college and a dental college.
2 comments April 17th, 2008
Its website is http://ihsindia.org/. Following is its ad in Samaja:
Add comment April 10th, 2008
Following is a quote from http://www.saiinternationalschool.org/aboutus.php.
SAI International School is a joint venture of Shirdi SAI Education Society, Bhubaneswar and LaurelsGlobal, United Kingdom. They have joined hand to provide education at par with global standard in Bhubaneswar. Expertise of schools of UK, USA, Australia, Dubai and Singapore is made available to the SAI International School by the LaurelsGlobal.
Following is a quote from http://www.laurelsglobal.co.uk/projects.php:
The first day-boarding world school of Bhubaneswar, India’s fast growing infotech city that has attracted global Information Technology (IT) companies such as Tata, Wipro, Infosys, Gempack, Mindtree and Satyam to name a few. Spread on a 5.5 acre land, the school will start classes from April 2008 and would be completed in three phases. The school plans to admit children between the age of 3 and 17.
1 comment October 8th, 2007
In India people who have passed the exams in these three fields can get very good jobs. However, these exams were not (i assume the situation remains the same) offered by specific universities, rather one has study on his/her own, possibly through the help of coaching centers, and pass the corresponding exams. So these exams are more like certification exams. Following are links for additional information on them.
Following is an ad on Company secretaryship that appeared in Samaja.
Add comment September 19th, 2007
A PIB reports on the setting up of this institute at a cost of 435 crores and when set up this institute will have B.Tech, M.Tech and Ph.D programs and will get the status of an Institute of National Importance.
Considering the number of steel plants in Orissa, the Orissa government should at the opportune moment push to make BPNSI (Biju Patnaik National Steel Institute) of similar status.
42 comments September 7th, 2007
Tathya.in points us to the web page of the Gopabandhu Academy of Administration. Its great that the web page also has the email addresses of the faculty. The training imparted by this institute is very important as all the Orissa administrative officers (including IAS officers) are trained here. Their current training schedule is there. It seems they are not trained to obtain information and write proposals. That is one of many aspects where Orissa is doing pretty badly.
Add comment September 1st, 2007