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IIT-B faculty suggests 2-stage JEE pattern

If opinions of the Indian Institute of Technology’s (IIT-B’s) faculty are taken into consideration, the reformed Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) might be divided into two stages. In the first stage, the candidate will be filtered by including the criterion of board marks, and in the second, the candidate will be ranked for IIT admissions. On Monday, a special seven-member committee ... Read More »

The Einsteins of India are not in its universities: Yale professor

Dr Shyam Sunder, a James L Frank Professor of Accounting, Economics, and Finance at the Yale School of Management was in India to deliver a lecture on Reforms in Higher Education in India and China, a study compiled and worked upon by him. At the IIT campus in Gandhinagar, he spoke about what ails higher education and what can be ... Read More »

Why don’t alumni love Indian universities?

A recent news report talks about how top industrialists in India are funding alumni base of Harvard University. Out here, Indian universities are suffering from lack of contemporary IT infrastructure, absence of best practices and low student gross enrollment ratios (GER). In such a scenario, why are top industrialists investing westward and not directing their monies on Indian universities? According ... Read More »

Engineering jobs favoured in IITs

  Many students decline the lucrative finance sector to opt for jobs in core-engineering sector as it offers job security and good pay. Larsen & Toubro chairman A M Naik has a recurring complaint: students of India’s biggest engineering colleges traditionally give the manufacturing sector a miss. “No one wants to dirty their hands in the shop floor; everyone seems ... Read More »

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