Wednesday, February 10, 2016

BVDU, US univarsity tie up to offer nanotech course

A postgraduate (PG) degree course in nanotechnology, involving part study in India and remaining, including research, in a US state university, will be introduced by city-based Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University (BVDU) from the forthcoming academic year (AY) 2011-12.

Aptitude tests to help students decide career

Several guidance centres across the city have come up with aptitude and skill tests to help you do just that.

RIMS CBSE celebrates Foundation Day with pride

RIMS CBSE celebrated their Foundation Day recently.

Bharati Vidyapeeth launches country’s first ever School of Photography in Pune

Bharati Vidyapeeth, India's largest educational institution with more than 60 institutions for higher education, has now launched a state-of-art School of Photography in its Dhankavadi campus, Pune.

Fergusson College students form Socio Club for helping visually-impaired students

During examinations, students with eyesight are stressed, but we visually impaired students get stressed about our writers,” says Sonali Borde, a First Year Arts students from Fergusson College.

US varsity ties up with city-based B-school

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS), one of the state universities in the US, has entered into a formal tie-up with the city-based Europe Asia Business School

UoP to start 4-yr integrated course in tech studies

The University of Pune (UoP) on Wednesday announced its move to introduce an industry-supported four-year integrated programme in technological research, from academic year 2011-12.

LCDs for Zilla Parishad schools in rural PuneRural ZP schools to...

Zilla Parishad (ZP) schools in the district will now receive LCDs from the model Computer-Aided Learning (CAL) centres, which will be used in demonstrating interactive learning-based CDs and multi-media lessons for students in the taluka regions.

PCMC school runs comps on solar power

A primary school run by the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) in Talawade has become the first civic school in the township to use solar power to run its computers.

CBSE to improve marking system

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is working on an improved and comprehensive marking system, after it received feedback from students on not being satisfied with those marking their papers.