EBay, PayPal India hires 100 engineering graduates

EBay Inc recruits around 100 graduates, largely from tier 1 engineering colleges.

CAT 2014 students to get 30 minutes more to attempt questions

Candidates appearing for the Common Admission Test (CAT) for entrance to IIMs and other prestigious....

Manipal ties up with Google India for digital marketing course

Manipal Global Education Services today said that it has tied up with internet advertising and searc...

UPSC CSAT row: Akhilesh Yadav writes to Narendra Modi

UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding his intervent...
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Staff shortage in Gujarat govt's engineering & polytechnic colleges as high as 90%: CAG
CAG slams Gujarat govt for severe shortage of teaching staff...
Rahul Gandhi promises to look into problems of UPSC's Civil Services aspirants over CSAT
Rahul Gandhi today assured a delegation of Civil Services aspirants that no injustice will be done t...
UPSC's Civil Services Aptitude Test controversy to be resolved within a week, says Rajnath Singh
Amid protests by civil services aspirants against the new UPSC syllabus, the government today said t...
10 Indian students selected for Cargill's global scholars program
The participating Indian institutions in Cargill program include IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay...
IIT Kharagpur eyeing international status
There would be now a regular two-way traffic between the institute and other foreign universities, s...
Redefining the talent hunt process for IT industry
In the last two decades, finding a job as a software developer was a hugely attractive proposition f...
The pursuit of excellence: Wipro to step up hiring at IITs and NITs
Wipro, India’s third-largest IT services exporter, will step up hiring at premier engineering colleg...
Implementation is key
What remains to be seen is how effectively the government will drive its proposed agenda to achieve ...
The social impact of open education
The internet opened up knowledge like no other medium had done before. And if knowledge did open up....
National Geographic brings its Explorer programme to India for school children
National Geographic Explorer, a dedicated programme for science and English that is used by leading ...
Campus roundup: WeSchool holds meet on social media in Bangalore
On July 25-26, in Bangalore, the Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research (WeSchoo...
IIT-Delhi students Braille project wins top innovation prize
A student project from IIT Delhi on increasing Braille display for the visually impaired has won the...
UPSC row: Rajnath Singh holds high-level meet to resolve the issue
Amid protests from civil services aspirants against the new exam pattern, the government today conve...
A test for brown sahibs
Students objecting to the CSAT are from this new breed of middle-class, aspirational Indians who bel...
IIT Kharagpur plans to bring flexible credit-based system in 2016
For each course there would be pre-specified credit which allows a student the flexibility to comple...
930 vacancies in IPS
The total strength of IPS officers in the country is 4,728 and currently 3,798 are in service, leavi...
Question mark over fate of FYUP laptops as Delhi University reformats course
The ambitious FYUP may already be a thing of the past, but the principals of various Delhi Universit...
First time, headcount begins of all govt staff, top to bottom
Modi government has begun an exercise similar to a census to map all its employees.
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