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Educational News Today - Archive - July 2011

Jul 30 2011 - Chandy, colleagues to attend ‘class' at IIM-K
  The Chief Minister Oommen Chandy appears to be bent on imparting the nitty-gritty of modern management techniques to his Cabinet colleagues. If everything works according to his plan, the entire State Cabinet would attend a day-long ‘class' at IIM-K next month. Read More >>

Jul 30 2011 - MG varsity extends last date
  Mahatma Gandhi University has extended the last date for admissions to various undergraduate programmes offered by the colleges affiliated to it to August 6. Read More >>

Jul 29 2011 - 90th anniversary fete of SB College begins today
  St. Berchmans College, Changanassery, is all set to celebrate its 90th anniversary. Read More >>

Jul 28 2011 - Workshop on ‘smart grid engineering'
  The Malabar sub-section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), in association with Institution of Engineers India - Kozhikode chapter, is organising a two-day workshop on ‘smart grid engineering' at the National Institute of Technology, Calicut (NIT-C) from Friday. Read More >>

Jul 27 2011 - Girls secure top B.Tech. ranks
  The Mahatma Gandhi University here on Tuesday published the results of the final year B. Tech. examinations conducted in May 2011. Read More >>

Jul 27 2011 - Akshaya Institute of Management Studies (AIMS)
  Akshaya Institute of Management Studies (AIMS) is established with the objective of developing a centre for excellence in management and information technology education, training, research and consultancy, thus creating a new class of executives. Read More >>

Jul 27 2011 - Kasturi Institute of Management Studies
  Aviation Industry growth in India has seen a huge rise of 60% as privatization of Airline Sector saw its impact since its inception in 1970. Read More >>

Jul 26 2011 - Kannur University to allow students to apply for revaluation
  Kannur University has decided to allow final-year undergraduate students who have completed their three-year course under the grading scheme to apply for revaluation in the wake of complaints that many of them have not secured the grades they expected. Read More >>

Jul 26 2011 - PG diploma in nutrition and dietetics
  Kasturba Gandhi Degree and PG College for Women is inviting applications for one-year, PG Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics. Read More >>

Jul 22 2011 - Online MBA course for IT workforce launched
  UST Global, an IT services and consulting firm, has launched a continuing education programme targeting management capability development for the IT workforce. Read More >>

Jul 22 2011 - First list of MBBS allotments out
  The Commissioner for Entrance Examinations on Thursday published the first list of allotments to MBBS courses based on the options submitted by candidates till 5 p.m. on July 18. Read More >>

Jul 21 2011 - Girls corner ranks in BA examinations
  Girls cornered the majority of the first ranks in the final year BA examinations of the University of Kerala, the results of which were published here on Tuesday. Read More >>

Jul 19 2011 - B.Com. results out: girls bag top ranks
  Girls bagged the top three ranks in the Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) examination of the University of Kerala, the results of which were published here on Monday. Read More >>

Jul 18 2011 - University to distribute grade cards from today
  Kannur University will distribute grade cards to final year degree students in the regular stream from July 18. The university's decision to convert marks of final year students to grades, under a grading system introduced in 2008-09, had courted controversy. Read More >>

Jul 16 2011 - S.N. College wins Jimmy George Trophy
  Sree Narayana College here has won the Jimmy George Trophy for overall performance in sports and games under the Kannur University for the 11th year in succession. Read More >>

Jul 13 2011 - Award of grades by Kannur University: judicial inquiry sought
  The Kerala Private College Teachers' Association (KPCTA) has demanded a judicial inquiry into the alleged anomalies on the part of the Kannur University in awarding grades to degree students. Read More >>

Jul 12 2011 - Engineering seats: agreement in sight
  A seat-fee pact on a 50:50 seat-sharing basis with Rs. 35,000 as annual tuition fee for half the government seats and Rs.60,000 for the other half appeared in sight on Monday as the Cabinet sub-committee on self-financing colleges and the Kerala Self-Financing Engineering College Managements' Association completed their latest round of talks, here. Read More >>

Jul 11 2011 - MBBS counselling process begins today
  The centralised allotment process for the MBBS course in five government medical colleges for the academic year 2011-12 will begin on Monday. The first allotment will be held on July 21. Read More >>

Jul 08 2011 - Admission panelsitting today
  The Admission Supervisory Committee will hold a sitting in Thiruvananthapuram on Friday to take a final decision on the proposed entrance test announced by the Kerala Private Medical College Managements Association for filling the management seats in the MBBS programme in its affiliated colleges. Read More >>

Jul 08 2011 - University launchescentralised admission
  Calicut University on Thursday launched a centralised admission system for postgraduate programmes offered by its teaching departments and affiliated colleges. Read More >>

Jul 07 2011 - Christian colleges not tosurrender seats this year
  The Kerala Christian Professional Medical College Managements Federation claims to have received the legal opinion that surrendering 50 per cent of the seats in colleges affiliated to it to the government this year will create legal hurdles. Read More >>

Jul 07 2011 - Single window for PG admissions from today
  Calicut University will launch a single-window system for postgraduate admissions on Thursday. Registrar P.P. Mohammed will inaugurate the centralised system at a function to be held at the seminar complex in the morning. Read More >>

Jul 05 2011 - MBBS fee: Division Bench adjourns hearing to July 15
  A Division Bench of the Kerala High Court on Monday adjourned to July 15 the hearing on appeals filed against a single judge's interim order permitting five self-financing medical college managements to collect a fee of Rs.3.5 lakh as annual fee from students seeking admission to MBBS course in their colleges. Read More >>

Jul 05 2011 - Managements asked to submit details of entrance test
  The Admission Supervisory Committee for Professional Colleges has asked the Kerala Private Medical College Managements Association to submit the details of its medical entrance test within 24 hours. Read More >>

Jul 02 2011 - Colleges not to accept course fee
  Private medical colleges affiliated to the Inter-Church Council will not accept the fee structure for postgraduate medical courses proposed by the Fee Regulatory Committee for Professional Colleges. Read More >>

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