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Junaid -Jack of All Trades- Khateeb

One of the youngest among the young Turks in teaching, Junaid Khateeb is on his way up. From his first batch of seven, to present batches with around 100 students each, one factor has remained constant – back-breaking hard work. With excellent notes and a crisp, concise style of teaching, his success is no fluke. And there’s more to the ...

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SJSOM Placements rock

PRESS RELEASE “If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it.” -William Arthur Ward Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management, IIT Bombay, entering into the tenth year since its inception, started its placement process on Jan 5th ’06. True to the expectations, it was a huge success. A total of 52 ...

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Zephyr at IIT Bombay

With more than 1,000 students from different engineering colleges across the country, the 5th annual workshop ‘Zephyr – 2006’ would kick off at aerospace engineering department at IIT Bombay from November 4, 2006. Looking at the huge participation of students, this workshop would be the biggest event of its kind. The workshop aims to act as a forum to exchange ...

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Avishkar at MNNIT.

The annual tech fest ‘Avishkar ’06 would kick off at Moti Lal Nehru National Institute of Technology, from coming Wednesday. This three-day long tech fest would include a string of events involving hundreds of budding engineers from different colleges. The major events to be held during this event would include Vidyutansh, meant for designing of some electrical instruments. ‘Sangadna’ would ...

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Show me the money!

Says PIIT Management – Students go on strike The greenbacked monster rears its ugly head at MES’ Pillai’s Institute of Information Technology (PIIT), Panvel, Navi Mumbai, as a fee hike of Rs.22000/- is imposed on existing students. Ashish Shakya brings you the latest on the situation… On 14th August, the college put up a notice informing students of the increase ...

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SIES Engg Students Take College To Court

Fee dispute drags into third year Melodramatic as it may seem, for around 90 students of South Indian Education Society Graduate School of Technology (SIESGST), Nerul, Navi Mumbai, the headline above is an apt reminder of the greed that was imposed on them three years ago. Ashish Shakya brings you up to date… SIES Graduate School of Technology opened its ...

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CET versus COMEDK

The Karnataka engineering college admission process was supposed to the best in the country and has been emulated by many states, including Maharashtra. But things have changed for the worse now says Saranath Narsimhan. What is holding the Karnataka education policy to ransom? To home in on an answer we need to look back at the history of a hitherto ...

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Engineering Colleges: Mumbai Ratings, 2006

Selecting an engineering college is tricky. Brand name, placement, results, faculty, infrastructure, branch, and distance of travel are all important while making your decision. The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) has awarded grades, but ground realities are often different. That is why we at JAM spoke to dozens of students as well as visited several colleges and took expert opinions ...

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Engineering Colleges: Delhi Ratings, 2006

A +Grade NSIT – A sister concern of Delhi College of Engineering, with the same entrance exam, it is the preferred choice for toppers. The campus is located in far off Dwarka. Connectivity has increased with the advent of the metro. Boasts of Moksha, the second biggest cultural fest after IIT D. Attracts excellent companies for recruitment. DCE – The ...

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The Unbecoming Engineers

A student in an engineering college is considered to be part of a special species. And an IITian is God’s gift to earth. But what exactly are we learning in these four years, asks IITian Taru Kapoor. Before I proceed to say anything, I request you all to kindly excuse any content that maybe regarded as capricious jargon or insensitive ...

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