Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Malviya taught value based education to the world: Nepal

KATHMANDU: Nepal vice president Parmanand Jha on Thursday lauded India's late educationist and freedom fighter Madan Mohan Malviya on his birth anniversary, saying he taught value based education to the world which is still relevant. 

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Malviya has been chosen by India for country's highest civilian award Bharat Ratna along with former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. 

"Malviya has taught value based education to the world which is still relevant in this (Indian sub-continent) region," Jha said at a function organised by Madan Mohan Malviya Mission here to mark his 153rd birth anniversary. 

Malviya founded the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and became one of the torchbearers of the freedom struggle acting as a bridge between the Moderates and the Extremists. 

"Many Nepalese have also acquired higher education from BHU and those who have been educated from the university are showing their talent in many fields in the country till today," Jha said while highlighting the contributions made by Malviya in spreading value based education in the Indian sub-continent. 
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Malviya founded the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and became one of the torchbearers of the freedom struggle acting as a bridge between the Moderates and the Extremists.
Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae said the ancient relation existing between Kashi-Vishwanath and Pashupatinath symbolises the ancient bond of friendship between Nepal and India which needs to be nurtured from time to time. 

"The education system introduced by Malviya is not only based on eastern norms and values but it is equally incorporating modern ideas and scientific knowledge," Rae said. 

BHU has also produced many Nepalese scholars, litterateurs, politicians and intellectuals who are holding important positions in different fields in Nepal, which symbolises closer ties between the two countries, Rae added. 
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"We need to follow the foot steps shown by Malviya whose education system incorporates moral values and character," Chandrakala Pandya, a scholar from India, said. 

CPN-UML leader Bharat Mohan Adhikari underlined the need to follow the education system introduced by Malviya in India as it would help in generating social awareness and economic upliftment of the people.

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Kerala education sector goes e-way, plans digital textbooks

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In a major initiative that may revolutionise the general education sector, Kerala is all set to introduce multi-media "Digital Collaborative Textbooks" (DCT), the first of its kind in the country, in government schools. 

This digital textbook will comprise information contributed by persons around the globe in audio or video formats, besides the scanned soft-copy of normal textbooks. 


The state government has decided to launch the DCTs in government schools on an experimental basis from next academic year starting in June, A Shahjahan, Secretary, Department of General Education told. 

Students and teachers can access the DCTs with the support of tablets and e-learning centres set up at schools. 

IT@School, under the state General Education Department, is planning to formally launch the "digital collaborative textbooks" early next month. 

"The digital collaborative textbooks is definitely a significant step in the education sectorof the country. We are planning to formally launch the DCTs next month," Shahjahan said. 

A senior official of IT@School said Kerala is the first state to introduce this kind of multi-media textbooks. 

"At the normal level, the DCTs are e-books in which ordinary textbooks are scanned and uploaded. But, a plethora of information, contributed by different people including experts in different subjects make them unique," IT@School Executive Director K P Noufal told PTI. 

He said over 3.7 million students and about more than two lakh teachers in the state-run schools are expected to benefit from the the ambitious project. 

The department was also ready to share digital textbook model with private schools also which follow state syllabus. But, they should provide hardware and other supporting facilities to get the access, he said. 

Detailing the features of the digital book, Noufal said IT@School would add several Hard Spots (relatively tough areas) in the Digital Textbook which would be published in a format open to all. 

Anybody in the world can add their own explanations in these Hard Spots in audio or video formats. The audio and video files can be sent to the 'Academic Centre' of IT@School, where experts will verify them. 

"After scrutiny, if found acceptable, this will be uploaded and attached under the Hard Spot. Hence, there will be thousands of different explanations under each Hard Spot," he said. 

Noufal said eminent personalities, belonging to different fields, can directly contribute to the state's education sector through this DCTs. 

"I think this new concept will enable ISRO Chairman K Radakrishnan to explain about moon or about the celebrated Mars mission to our children through a video or audio clip," he said. 

Even a farmer can explain about a seed or a conventional method in agriculture or a heart surgeon can tell children about heart ailments in connection with a lesson dealing with such topics, he said. 

"The identified Hard Spot can become a part of the school textbook," he said, adding, they had already received over 3,000 contents on different topics to add in the digital text.

The official said not only students but teachers would also benefit from these innovative textbooks. 

A total of Rs 50 crore is outlayed for the project, planned to be implemented with the technical support of the state-run Centre for Development of Imaging Technology (C-DIT), he said. 

Order had already been placed for buying over 5,000 tablets for the project in the in ital phase. Steps had also begun to set up e-learning centres at the schools. 

The tablets, costing an average amount of Rs 2,000 each, would be distributed among high school students while the rest of the students could depend e-learning centres to avail digital collaborative textbooks, he said. 

The tablets would be given to government school students free of cost and while going to the next class they should return it to the school authorities, he said. 

The official also expressed interest to share the innovative digital text model with other states to achieve complete digitisation in the country's education sector.

Monday, 29 December 2014

Delhi student tops CAT, first girl since 2009 to score 100 percentile

Delhi student tops CAT, first girl since 2009 to score 100 percentileNeha Manglik is also the only girl among the 16 candidates who scored 100 percentile in the entrance exam for admission to India’s premier Indian Institutes of Management and 70 other top B-schools in the Country NEW DELHI: Delhi girl tops Common Admission test 2014 becoming the first girl since 2009 to score a 100 percentile. Neha Manglik is also the only girl among the 16 candidates who scored 100 percentile in the entrance exam for admission to India's premier Indian Institutes of Management and 70 other top B-schools in the Country.

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The CAT 2014 results for admission to 19 Indian Institute of Managements (IIMs) including six new ones and other business schools for the year 2014 was announced on Saturday. CAT 2014 convenor Dr Rohit Kapoor told TOI that 16 people including a girl had scored 100 percentile this year. "While we are still to confirm how many of those who scored 100 percentile are from IITs, atleast 3-4 must be from these institutes."

Last year eight students had managed to score 100 percentile. Also, ten people had scored in 99.99 percentile bracket, including a girl. On Neha's performance Kapoor said: "We want to congratulate her for the achievement. It's a rare distinction for girls on CAT. She has done remarkable well in both the sections of the test and we like to wish her success as we need women leaders. IIMs has in the recent years are trying to make the campuses more inclusive and in at least last three years more girls are scoring high in the test."

Neha, a student of chemical engineering from BITS, Pilani has completed her schooling from Ahlcon Public School, Mayur Vihar, Delhi before joining engineering. "I had worked hard for this but 100 percentile is something one can never be sure of."
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Speaking about her preparation, Neha said: "I had been doing mathematics and logical puzzle thanks to my father since my school days and so my basic preparation has been done there. For the final test I have been preparing for a year."

An aspirant to IIM, Ahmedabad, Neha said: "Right now my aim to go to a good college and learn the management principles which will come handy in all walks of life."

Giving credit to her alma mater and the importance of co-curricular activities Neha said: "My schooling have been very good. Most important thing they taught me is the along with academics even my co-curricular activities are equally important and that has really helped me develop my personality. Similarly for BITS, they have zero attendance policy and encourage us to do well in other fields which helped me."
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To fellow female aspirants Neha's advice is "Girls are as good as boys and always remember one who wins is the one who things we can. The moment they believe they can do there is no stopping them. They have to change their perception on themselves."

Even as the results were announced, the students could not log on to see their scores since the total hits crossed one lakh, crashing the site.

This year some 1.68 lakh candidates had appeared for the CAT exam, a drop from the previous year. CAT registrations have steadily declined for the last couple of years.

This year the exam was held on two days, November 16 and 22.

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Saturday, 27 December 2014

IIT Madras registers 13 per cent job offers from start-ups

In the first phase of the placement season till December 19, 295 companies have offered jobs to 880 students, compared to 263 companies which offered jobs to 905 students during the entire placement season ending April 30, 2014.
The booming placement season has begun with the humungous pay packages from top companies and that's what making headlines every day. The start-up brigade is also not far behind. It has been reported that the start-ups have hired 114 of the 880 students - or 13 per cent - placed at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras at the end of the first phase of placement.
According to reports, among the start-ups that made job offers were Ola Cabs (29 offers), Flipkart (19) - behind only information technology giant Cognizant Technology's 36 offers - and Urban Ladder (13). Housing.com made 11 offers and Snapdeal.com over six. However, how many of the last two companies' offers were accepted wasn't clear.
Babu Viswanathan, professor, mechanical engineering and advisor, training and placement, IIT- Madras was quoted as saying "This year, around 65 start-ups participated in the placement, and offered a total of 122 jobs. The number of offers accepted out of this was 114."
As per reports, the start-ups on average offered Rs 10-20 lakh per annum as salary, which is competitive in the market, and students were also keen to take up the offers, since visibility in start-ups is higher right from early on. Last year, only three-to-five start-ups had participated in the placement process.

Friday, 26 December 2014

WBJEE-2015: Application forms will be available from December 30th, 2015

As per the official notification released by the West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam Board (WBJEEB), application forms for the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination will be available from the December 30th, 2014. The information related to the online application and other important details are available on the official website of the WBJEEB.
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IIT Delhi starts admissions to MBA programs

The Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi announced the admissions open for Full Time regular MBA programs and applications are invited for admission to the same by the institute from eligible candidates for the commencing academic session.
The MBA programs are offered in: 
Eligibility Criteria: 
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Full Time MBA (Generic): 
The applying candidates must have a Bachelor' Degree or equivalent awarded by any of the universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956, or must possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India. The bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate must entail a minimum of three years of education after completing higher secondary schooling (10+2) or equivalent. 
The candidate must also have a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate (of all the years/semesters) or 6.75 CGPA on a 10 point scale or equivalent in the qualifying degree. 
Full Time MBA (Telecom): 
The applying candidate must have a Bachelor's Degree in any branch of Engineering/ Technology/ Architecture/ Pharmacy/ B.Sc. Agriculture Engineering (minimum 4 years after 10+2) or a Bachelor's degree in any branch of Physical/Chemical/Mathematical Sciences like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Application, Electronic Science, Environmental Science, Operations Research, Computational/Information Science, Agriculture or Bachelor's Degree in Commerce/Economics, CA/ICWA. and a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate (of all the years/semesters) or 6.75 CGPA on a 10 point scale or equivalent in the qualifying degree. 
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 Selection Procedure: 
The selection of the candidates would be done on the basis of their CAT score and their performance in the group discussion and personal interview. 
How to Apply: 
The interested and eligible candidates may apply for admissions to regular MBA programs online that are offered at IIT Delhi. The application forms are available on the official website.
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Important dates:  
The last date for online submission of application forms is January 13, 2015 and the Group Discussion and Personal Interview would be conducted by the institute on March 12-15, 2015. 
Contact Details: 
Department of Management Studies, 
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, 
Vishwakarma Bhawan, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, 
New Delhi - 110016
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Top 10 B Schools in India for MBA aspirants

With Common Admission Test 2014 (CAT) to be held on November 16 and November 22, MBA aspirants are busy with the preparations in full swing.  Amid all the stress of preparation it is very important to locate the best B School out of the clutter.
In India, approximately 3000+ B-schools exist to satisfy the demand for MBA. However, out of these, only few B Schools impart quality education and bring out leaders. 
Here is the list of top 10 B Schools in India that will help you take a right decision without going through any hassle.
IIM, Ahmedabad:
 IIMA has been ranked as the number one management school in the country year after year in the last several years. In its latest ranking, The Economist has ranked IIMA at 56 among the top 100 international B-schools in the world that offer full time MBA. With a vision to become an Institute that is globally recognized and respected as a thought leader in management. IIMA churns of best MBA Graduates every year.  The selection process of IIMA for MBA level Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP) is one of the toughest programmes in the world to get into. Out of every 680 candidates 1 got a seat in the 2008-10 PGP batch. IIMA 's MBA offering is one of the oldest and most prestigious academic offering.
IIM, Calcutta:
IIMC has grown into a mature institution with global reputation, imparting high quality management education. It has been playing a pioneering role in professionalising Indian management through its Post Graduate and Doctoral level programs, Executive Training Programs, Research and Consulting Activities. 
XLRI, Jamshedpur
XLRI, Jamshedpur is created with a vision to offer enriching learning experiences to aspiring managers to enable them to realize their full potential to become future leaders. XLRI alumnus  serve as agents of continuous improvement and change and encourage entrepreneurship and service .  To take admission in XLRI, candidates must hold a recognized bachelor's degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline with at least 5 years of managerial/supervisory experience by March 31, 2015. PGDM (GMP) candidate may choose to apply through XAT 2015 or GMAT score (taken during December 1, 2012 to December 20, 2014).PGDM (GMP) Interviews will take place during 2 - 8, February 2015 (tentative)
Faculty of Management Studies(FMS) ,Delhi:
The Faculty of Management Studies focuses on management education more than just business management. The commitment is thought leadership with a deep understanding of business. FMS rewards initiative, novelty and thinking outside the box. FMS graduates are a diverse lot, possessing flair and dynamism that develops in a metropolis like Delhi and thrives on challenges both inside and outside the classroom.
S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJMR), Mumbai:
As one of the Asia's finest business schools, SPJIMR has persistently built on its unique strength of imparting high quality management education through pedagogic innovations, encouraging business-academia interface and emphasizing on its twin objective of Influencing Practice and Promoting Value based growth. SPJIMR has acquired the reputation of meeting societal needs of under-managed sectors by offering unique, purposeful and relevant programs. SPJIMR displays a differentiated approach across the entire academic flow of activities in higher management education.
MDI, Gurgaon:
MDI is a front runner B-School of India. The PG Programmes in Management offered by MDI are recognized and accredited by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) New Delhi. Its PGPM has been awarded "A" Grade by the 'National Board of Accreditation' of All India Council for Technical Education. Various surveys have consistently ranked MDI amongst the top five B-Schools of the country. MDI has the distinction of being the first internationally accredited Indian B-School. 
IIM, Kozhikode:
The Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIMK), started with its first batch in 1997 and has grown tremendously over the years with a current batch strength of 356 odd students, making it the fastest growing management school in the country. IIMK pioneered the Interactive Distance Learning (IDL) Program for working executives in India. Having started with 300 class contact hrs in 2001-02, the year-long Executive Management Education Programme is today the richest available in the country having 450 class contact hours. The Institute today is a leader in Faculty Development Programmes (FDP), conducting the largest number of programmes (18) totalling 20 weeks in 2008-09, and is the major QIP (Quality Improvement Programme) Centre of the All Indian Council of Technical Education, in the field of management education.
IIM, Indore:
The Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India established Indian Institute of Management Indore (IIM Indore) as Institution of Excellence. These Institutions are recognized as premier management institutions, comparable to the best in the world for teaching, research and interaction with industries. Established in 1996, IIM Indore is the sixth in the family of state-supported management schools. Since its inception, IIM Indore has been acting as a leader in the field of management education, interfacing with the industry, government sector and PSUs. 
IMI, Delhi:
IMI holds the privilege of being India's first corporate sponsored business school. Located in Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi, India; its other campuses are located in Kolkata and Bhubaneshwar. It is one of only five B-schools in India to get accreditation from the accreditation agency, AMBA. 
IIFT, Delhi:
The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) was set up in 1963 by the Government of India as an autonomous organisation to help professionalise the country's foreign trade management and increase exports by developing human resources; generating, analysing and disseminating data; and conducting research.  IIFT is an institution with proven capability to continuously upgrade its knowledge base with a view to servicing the requirements of the Government, trade and industry through both sponsored and non-sponsored research and consultancy assignments.

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CAT November 2014 results to be declared on Saturday

MUMBAI: The results for common admission test (CAT)-2014 will be announced on Saturday when it will be uploaded on the official website in the evening. 

Convenor of CAT-2014 professor Rohit Kapoor from IIM-Indore confirmed that the results were ready and would be uploaded on the site. 

CAT results are usually announced in the second week of January. This year, the dates were not announced in advance, but IIM-Indore had set the deadline at the third week of December. 

Around 1.75 lakh students appeared for the exam on November 16 and 22. An official said TCS, which had held the test on behalf of the IIMs, had already provided the scores but they would be announced only after fairness check. The institute had to ensure that the results were glitch-free and the process was transparent, the official said. 

Several changes in the test pattern were introduced by the IIMs this year. Following the modification, students found the paper easier than previous years and more candidates attempted over half the questions, without fearing for negative marking. 

Wednesday, 24 December 2014

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This is the Series of "How to Say it Best" - From the ones who made it to The Top B Schools

Q. Why do you want to do MBA?
A. I am a #Production #Engineer and I know about the technical aspects and processes of a #Business. An MBA would help me know about the management aspect, managing people, marketing, strategy and finance.
Things to Note

In one line, state what you are currently doing
What is the learning you will get from #MBA
What difference will you create with your current work experience and MBA profile

Q. Tell me something about yourself?
A. I am a production engineer with 2 years of Production Management experience. In this period I spearheaded a few cost saving projects leading to annual savings of 20 Lacs. And this was instrumental in improving the flow of Production. I am also an avid reader. I follow both management and fiction. I recently read 'The Goal' by Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt. I run a blog on my views on various events of national and international interest by the name of --------.
Things to Note

Say anything except what is already mentioned in your resume
Mention your experience and what additions you brought to the organisation
State your Interests and authenticate them
Let them know what you are passionate about- Everything that you have done Out of the Box should be mentioned

Q. What are your Long Term Goals?
A. I wish to reach the helm of a Large Company and help lead the organisation to hitherto unachieved heights.
Things to Note

Do not specify numbers when you say Large Company

Q. What are your Short Term Goals?
A. To work in different functions like Supply Chain, Operations, Finance, #Marketing, Strategy, PDT Management and understand the nuances of each . Thereby, prepare myself for my long term goal.
Things to Note

Your experience should not be ignored
Tell them you value MBA and concentrate on the learning you are about gain on joining MBA program i.e. Marketing, Strategy and PDT Management

Q. Why should we select you? (This is a difficult one to answer, though depends on the interview #performance and how it has been going)
A. I assume you would be looking for people with good analytical skills, good communication, ability to contribute in a group etc. I think I stand in good stead on all the above and then smile a bit
Things to Note

Simple and sweet
Short and crisp
Smile is your asset but use it at the right time

This is a story of one interview. Thousands of interviews happen every day which come up with interesting, regular, boring, outstanding, perfect and a mix of all these answers. So, buck up you could be the next one!

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