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It’s about the right IIT, right engineering and right career

Great dreams of dreamers are always transcended” APJ Abdul Kalam Indian Institute of Technology, A coveted dream of every student. I am taking an opportunity to converse with such students through this article. Here goes;You have put efforts for JEE. You have got a good rank. Now,  you are busy in putting applications. This article will simplify your work;  Where ...

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A revolt waiting to happen

The AICTE notice was the matchstick which lit the simmering discontent at Satyabhama, says Shravan Sampath. Engineering in Chennai is not a degree. It’s a way of life. When students pass out of the twelfth standard, the argument at home is not whether they want to do engineering or Sciences or Arts, but only about which engineering college to join. ...

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AICTE – Waking up from 61 years of slumber

Education must be regulated but can AICTE do its job without ruining the lives of students already enrolled in courses? May a million flowers bloom, said Chairman Mao. And one day, on a whim, he went and razed the garden. In India, flowers and gardens remain scarce but a million other things bloom. Illegal construction. Unregulated educational institutions. Until one ...

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Amity loses case against AICTE

The Allahabad High Court has dismissed a writ petition by Amity Business School contesting AICTE’s derecognition of the b school’s flagship PGDM course in September 2005. AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) had observed that Amity was conducting “a large number of unapproved courses in the same premises, utilising the facilities and infrastructure intended for AICTE approved courses, thus ...

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