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Tax exemption for medicines, new hospitals on anvil
Daily News and Analysis
The state government has come up with a number of promising initiatives in the health sector including tax exemption for certain life-saving medicines, setting up new medical colleges and a ... through use of advanced technology and ensuring that the ...

Waves of despair
Live Mint
“Every year, 140,000 students come out of engineering colleges in Puducherry and Chennai—obviously ... A Technology Training Centre has been launched with government support to hone the skills of young entrepreneurs and help develop the small ...

Central TIFAC team visits Mysore Printers Cluster
The Hindu Business Line
The state government has already given in principal approval ... Pradeep T S and Ishwar Mara from M.S. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, Techno Centre Engineering, Bengaluru visited the Mysore Printers Cluster Association. During the interaction ...

NITK Surathkal students top Mangaluru regional round of TCS TechBytes
Times of India
The IT quiz was organized by Tata Consultancy Services and Board for IT Education Standards, an autonomous state government agency ... Umesh Bhushi, principal, Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management, and Suresh Ramaswamy Reddy of BITES, chief ...

Engineering scholarship seats still vacant despite low grade criterion
Muscat Daily
The trend for engineering seats in government colleges is not very different. The government reserves a certain number of seats for each field of study. MoHE statistics says that the government reserved 8,829 seats for engineering in 2014-15, of which ...

Telangana may lose 35,000 engineering college seats
Deccan Chronicle
Gautam Rao, chairman, Telangana Engineering and Professional College Managements Association said, “When the government carried out inspections in December, they considered only July faculty data. They didn’t consider if we had added faculty by December.

Move to split BU gets Cabinet approval
Deccan Herald
At least three reports had been placed before the government on splitting Bangalore University. A committee headed by K R Venugopal, principal, University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering, had recommended that the university be split into five varsities.

Use tech to make women in city secure, Sisodia tells students
The Indian Express
The government will wholeheartedly support you,” Sisodia said. Emphasising on the use of technology for public good ... Seconding Sisodia, Dwarka MLA Adarsh Shastri said, “Colleges and universities lay seeds of innovation. Nurturing them is a high ...

Anna Univ Unlikely to Release Data on Engg Colleges This Yr
The New Indian Express
academic performance and pass percentage of private engineering colleges and there is no need for them to get approval from State government or AICTE for this," he added. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. comments powered by ...

Govt intends to empanel educational institutions
E-Pao
Imphal, March 18 2015: The Government of Manipur intends further to Empanel a list of Universities/ Colleges/ Institutions/ Engineering Colleges/ Technical Institutions/ Institutions offering general/ professional courses duly recognized by UGC/ NCTE ...



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