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Engineering Colleges

PayPal India to train female graduates from leading engineering colleges

"Our focus in PayPal is to build a diverse and inclusive workforce which enables women to rise up to their true potential," said Jayanthi Vaidyanathan, Senior Director for Human Resources.

PM Modi to visit poll-bound Assam, West Bengal on Monday

PM will visit to dedicate to the nation some oil and gas sector projects, engineering colleges and various railway projects aimed at opening avenues of opportunity for local the youth.

Warangal: Raw deal for contract lecturers of self-finance courses at KU

Started functioning from the 2013-14 academic year, the University College of Engineering and Technology for Women KU Campus has no regular faculty except the Principal.

Karnataka govt decides to reopen degree, diploma & engineering colleges from Nov 17

Depending on the strength, it would be decided how the classes have to be held and in how many batches, along with all necessary safety Standard Operating Procedures.

TS EAMCET: 18,210 seats to be created in new courses

With addition of new courses and seats, there will be over 82,000 seats available in the engineering colleges under the JNTU-H

Top 20 Indian institutions to join Samsung campus programme this year

"Over the years, Samsung E.D.G.E. has proved to be an enabler wherein students have the platform to showcase their creative solutions to real-life issues."

EduSkills ties up with Blue Prism to train students

The partnership aims to create a talent pool of over one lakh skilled youth, by training more than 50 educators besides offering the programme to over 200 members

Samsung to arm engineering students in new-age tech in India

Called ‘Samsung PRISM' (Preparing and Inspiring Student Minds), the projects under the programme will be taken up by a team of students and a professor, with a mentor from the Samsung R&D Institute Bangalore (SRI-B) training and guiding them, the company said in a statement.

Inter-Engineering Collegiate sports fest kicks off in VNRVJIET

About 1000 players from various engineering colleges in Telangana, AP and MP are participating in various sports disciplines

Youth opt for flash protests to register their dissent in Hyderabad

Thanks to social media that organisers rely on to disseminate the message fast

A month left for JEE Main

As per the National Testing Agency (NTA), which released admit cards for the exam on December 6, has said the first JEE (Main)-2020 will be conducted in between January 6 and 11.

Telangana ideal for horticulture crops, says Niranjan Reddy

Soil pattern and atmosphere in State conducive for taking up extensive horticulture, says Minister

Students walk away with jobs in hackathon in Hyderabad

Students from BITS Hyderabad, University of Hyderabad, JNTU Hyderabad, GNITS, CBIT, Chitakara University and Kalinga University participated in the hackathon.

AICTE warns colleges not to ‘share’ faculty

The AICTE has issued a warning to all approved institutions, saying the practice not only hampers the quality of education but is also a breach of the conditions of approval.

Stratups: ‘Conflict of interest’ policy by engg institutes sought

The Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry's technical education regulator had recently come up with a policy for students' start-ups in technical institutes.

IIT Foundation for Accreditation to accredit engineering colleges in country

"The company incorporated will attempt to expedite the accreditation process, operating in a self-sustainable mode,” a senior official, who is member of the IIT Council said.

Rules eased for engineering entrepreneurs

AICTE directs engineering colleges and institutes to allow student entrepreneurs to sit for exam even if their attendance is short

Curbing menace of ragging

All colleges are directed to constitute anti-ragging committees

Biometric attendance must in Telangana private engineering colleges

Currently, biometric attendance is compulsory for students pursuing post-graduation and faculty in private engineering colleges.

Hyderabad, new recruitment destination for IT firms

Students landing jobs in campus recruitment drives has been growing by an average of 1,000 every year

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