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Prof. RT Krishnan takes charge as director of Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
“As a well-regarded faculty member of IIMB and a proven administrator during his term as director of IIM Indore, Prof. RT Krishnan combines academic and administrative excellence. Under his leadership, IIM Bangalore is sure to set impressive standards in innovation and technology,” said Dr. Devi Shetty, chairperson, board of governors, IIM Bangalore.
Top academic institutes sign MoUs for establishing supercomputing infrastructure in India
The Rs 4,500-crore mission envisages empowering our...
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While online learning before the pandemic expanded education to an intere...
COVID-19: IIM Calcutta teachers concerned over institute allowing students to stay on campus
A section of the faculty members of IIM Calcutta has expressed concern over the institute allowing 62 students of its MBA executive programme to stay on the campus amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Highest salary for class of 2020 full-time PGPX at IIM Ahmedabad jumped to Rs 81 lakh per annum
The final placement process for the Class of 2020 of the One Year MBA Programme or PGPX ended in July end and the final placement report was audited by an external agency and finalised on September 2, 2020.
Bennett University to hold webinar on National Education Policy today
The webinar scheduled to be held between 4 pm and 6 pm through video chatting application Zoom, will especially focus on the implementation of the policy in private universities of UP.
Grofers onboards 60 campus hires from premier institutions across India
The company said it has hired delivery and warehouse staff from industries that have been deeply impacted by the crisis in the last few months.
Top IIMs see drop in percentage of women students joining this year
IIM Kozhikode stands out among those who have scored better on diversity this year. It had achieved a high diversity ratio of 50% in 2013. But in years that followed the ratio dropped to around 30%. This year, it is back at over 53%.
Work towards blending traditional knowledge with modern research: PM Modi to IIT Guwahati
Addressing the 22nd convocation of IIT Guwahati virtually, Modi said, “As the region witnesses flood and earthquake and industrial disaster, IIT Guwahati must set up Centre for disaster management and risk reduction.”
NIRF rankings: IIT Madras, IISc Bangalore bag top positions
IIM Ahmedabad has been ranked as the top B-School in the country followed by IIM Bangalore and Calcutta. Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' announced that Miranda College bagged the top rank among colleges, followed by Lady Sri Ram College for Women and St Stephen's College.
Indian institutes fail to make it to top 100 in QS global rankings
Three institutes — IIT-Bombay (172nd), IISc Bangalore (185th) and IIT Delhi (193rd) — feature among the top 200, while 21 are in the first 1,000. Fourteen have slipped in rank compared with last year, while four have improved their standing.
Some of the changes in education effected by pandemic will outlast it, says experts
Of course, a complete shift is out of the question. At institutes such as the IITs and the IIMs, students enrolled in full-time programmes are clear that they want the full experience, complete with friends and camaraderie.
Spurt in investor participation in markets during pandemic, thanks to technology: NSE Chief
One of the major reasons behind this change can be attributed to improving investor education via enhanced availability of information on digital media and growing awareness among people about newer financial asset classes apart from conventional fixed deposits and other such avenues, he said.
IIMs add final touches to 2020 list
Digital was the medium of choice at several institutes to finalise the candidates. While IIM-Ahmedabad, IIM-Bangalore and IIM-Raipur had managed to complete their admission process before the lockdown, others like Lucknow, Calcutta, Kozhikode, Indore, Sambalpur and Jammu had to partly resort to the virtual route to zero in on the candidates.