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1: GRE revamped, to offer discount on test fees GRE is the gateway for lakhs of students to pursue PG programmes in universities abroad. Educational Testing Service (ETS), the body that delivers the tests, has decided to introduce a few changes in the test.

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NITIE’s annual fundraiser for Navnirmiti

NITIE (National Institute of Industrial Engineering) is organising its annual event on field marketing – ‘Mandi’ on Saturday, July 31st 2010. Every year, for the past 6 years, students from this esteemed management institute roam the streets of Mumbai for a day selling educational items designed by the NGO, Navnirmiti. So far, a huge chunk of this NGO’s funding has ...

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English made simple for CAT

Sujit Kumar, author of recently launched second editions of English Usage for the CAT (Rs 249) and Reading Comprehensions for the CAT (Rs 299), says, “When I wrote this book, my purpose was to give my students quality study material they could rely on.” “Students need good reading material along with Test material. I have ensured the passages are excellent.” ...

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CANT’een stop this thing we started!

She is hot, she is smart, she moves around with an appetite and has a magnifying glass to inspect food; she is Anika Atwal of HR College, our Detective Foodie Our North Indian Kudi has lived at 11 different places in the North because of her father’s transfers and came to Mumbai three years ago and studies in HR College. ...

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A Memorable Run

Peace Marathon -Wilson College, Mumbai On the occasion of completion of 100 years of Wilson College, Gymkhana and the 2nd anniversary of the 26/11 terrorists attacks, Wilson College organised a marathon starting from the college to Nariman Point. The marathon was open to all, and 500-700 people participated in it. Gracing the occasion was the Chairman of the All-India Anti-Terrorist ...

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Best-of-Five policy stalls junior college admissions

Thanks to the best of five policy of the Maharashtra government, admissions of junior college have been stalled for around 20 days. CM Ashok Chavan had promised that the admissions would start in spite of the dispute, but now it has been announced that the admission procedure will begin once the SC verdict is out. Also, renewal of mark sheets ...

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Limited 50% Discount for GRE 2011 Test Fees

GRE Program announces 50% discount for those who’ll take the test between August 1 to September 30, 2011, reports Prachi Parekh Educational Testing Service (ETS) announced a bold move today that is likely to capture the interest of all the GRE test takers worldwide. With the introduction of the GRE revised General Test, planned for August 2011, ETS will offer ...

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The Awesome DU Admissions Guide

Mansi Sharma simplifies your way around Delhi University admissions The admission season has begun here in Delhi University (DU). And the temperatures are rising, literally. In this DU special, we give you all the facts, answer your queries and tell you what’s hot and what’s not. DU is one of the best and most popular universities of India. It’s famous ...

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Canteen Casefiles: Lady Irwin College, Delhi

Rekha Bajaj waxes eloquent about her college canteen Where the world and all its pain come to a full stop is the place students call canteen. I’m going to take your around Lady Irwin College for girls, Delhi University. It is located near Mandi House Metro Station, Sikandra Road, Dilli. It is our hangout adda and it serves kadak, masaledar ...

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DCE uprising: Aal is not well

DCE students pour their hearts out to Vaibhav Mathur about feeling cheated, their demands falling on deaf ears and a bleak future Nearly 3,000 students of Delhi College of Engineering (DCE) have been protesting the administration’s move of converting it into Delhi Technological University (DTU) since the last 2 months. DCE is one of the top engineering colleges in India ...

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