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TCS Selects 511 Gitam Students 10-Oct-2017
About 511 students of Gitam University have been selected at the campus interview conducted by the Tata Consultancy Services on Monday, According to director of training and placement cell of the university Gurumoorthy Gangadharan in a statement here. Principal of the Institute of Technology K. Lakshmi Prasad said companies such as Microsoft, Accenture, and Future First would be conducting campus interviews on the campus shortly.
 
Vizag to Host Tech Event 13-Sep-2017
Visakhapatnam: Transforming Education for Humanity (TECH)-2017 will be organised in the city from December 16 to 18 under the aegis of UNESCO and Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP). AP HRD Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao said: “We organised with success mega events such as IFR, Partnership Summits, Disaster Management and E-Governance. TECH-2017 will assume similar significance. Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu will inaugurate it. Union HRD Minister Prakash Javdekar will attend it. AS many as 250 delegates from 71 countries will participate in the three-day conference,” he said, adding that Ministers of nine countries and 50 ambassadors will be there.
 
'Fun With Science’ Workshop Held 07-Sep-2017
Sri Prakash Vidyaniketan organised a ‘Fun with Science’ workshop on Wednesday to ignite and inspire the budding minds. The workshop was conducted by a team of academicians from Japan, led by the guidance of Dr. Tesuhisa Shirasu and Kazuya Takahashi, global teacher awardee. They broadened the frontiers of scientific knowledge by touching upon various hands-on activities. The inspiring thoughts that were shared during the workshop left an indelible mark in the minds of the students. Simple experiments An array of simple yet thought-provoking experiments was performed with an astute goal to nurture joyful learning. The interaction gave an excellent opportunity to students for developing an interest in sciences effortlessly.
 
AP Students to Get Health Cards 04-Sep-2017
VISAKHAPATNAM: All school students in AP will get health cards containing information about their medical history. The project is likely to be launched from Bheemili constituency represented by HRD minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao, on a pilot basis on October 2. In the first phase, about 33,000 students in government schools in Bheemili will be covered.. The health cards will be handed over to the students or parents and healthcare teams will maintain a registry of the same. The medical teams taken on board will visit all the schools to carry out the required screening tests to ascertain the existing clinical conditions in students.
 
The Hindu Education Fair Tomorrow 22-Aug-2017
The Hindu in association with IDP Education India Pvt. Ltd. is organizing an education fair with five representatives of Canadian institutions at IDP’s office the city on August 23 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The event is aimed at providing one-on-one interaction of students with the university representatives, profile assessment of students for admission with scholarships and on-the-spot application submission for 2018 intakes of US universities. In the first half of the day, a two-hour workshop on ‘Career guidance and educational opportunities in Canada’ will be held at Raghu Engineering College, Vizianagaram, addressed by managers of IDP and representatives of Canadian institution.
 
Hindi Seminar Held 21-Aug-2017
A Hindi seminar on ‘the role of literature in building ideal cultural heritage’ was held here on Sunday. RINL Director (Personnel) K.C. Das released a book ‘Adhunik Hindi mithakiya Upanyason me Manav Sambandh’ written by T. Hymavathi. Contemporary Hindi writer Biswajit Sapan and Jyoti Naryayan Dinakar attended. A Kavi sammelan held on the occasion was attended WAJA-AP chairman S. Krishna Babu, secretary Anupam Tiwary and member Ch. Nirmala. Prizes were given to winners of competitions conducted among students on Hindi.
 
RINL junior trainee exam cancelled 18-Jul-2017
Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited, corporate entity of Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, has cancelled the junior trainee exam it conducted through a private agency on July 7. The examination was cancelled following complaints about two exams – the junior trainee and field assistant trainee being conducted simultaneously despite the fact that 10th and ITI passed candidates were eligible to apply for both the posts. RINL in a notification stated that the new date for exam would be notified through its website www.vizagsteel.com.
 
Private school can hike fees by 12% 12-Jul-2017
Private schools can hike fees by 12%, proposes AP. Visakhapatnam: School education is all set to get costlier in AP with the state government proposing to hike fees in each class by 12%. As of now, private educational institutions can hike their annual fees by 10%. The proposal is part of the draft AP Self-Financed Independent Schools (Establishment and Regulation) Act 2017, draft AP Self-Financed Independent Schools (Establishment and Regulation) Rules 2017 and Draft Model Code Disclosures 2017. The state government came up with the proposal in order to streamline the establishment and rein in the functioning of private schools. Currently, the government is seeking feedback from various stakeholders. However, fee hike doesn't end there as the zonal fee regulatory committees, which will be constituted as part of the Rules, will take decisions on proposals received from schools regarding the proposed increase beyond the permissible limit. Right to Education (RTE) Forum state convenor Narava Prakasa Rao said the draft rules are aimed at promoting corporate schools and watering down the existing RTE Act. "While neighbouring states like Telangana are proposing KG-to-PG free education, AP is giving a free hand to private schools," said Prakasa Rao. The draft Bill mandates each recognised school to place all their information in public domain provided by the state government. These details shall include information about accreditation and affiliation of the school, its fee...
 
123 Schools to Have Playgrounds 06-Jul-2017
Work in 41 schools taken up in first phase. In tune with the government’s proposal to develop 3,000 playgrounds in government schools across the State, the District Sports Authority has selected 123 schools in the district. Addressing the media here on Wednesday District Sports Officer June Gallyot said estimates have been made for 104 schools and sanction has been accorded for 41 schools in the first phase. The work in remaining 82 schools will be taken up in the next phase, she said. The project is being jointly taken up by DSA and DWMA (District Water Management Agency) and will be executed through convergence of MGNREGS
 
AU plans course re-structure 01-Jul-2017
AU plans course re-structure to make students employable. Visakhapatnam: At a time when non-professional courses rarely provide employment unless a student has done path-breaking research in his/her field of study, Andhra University plans a major revamp in their postgraduate courses to ensure that students are ready for the professional world. The courses in traditional arts, sciences and humanities streams will have a new structure from the 2018-19 academic year. Speaking to TOI, AU registrar Prof V Uma Maheswara Rao said, "The AP State Council of Higher Education is keen on revitalising isolated and insulated courses like botany and commerce. Making a student studying a non-professional course employable at least after post graduation is a major challenge and we need to address it now." "The problem today is that no field of study can exist in isolation. We have signed various MoUs with organisations such as Suraksha Pharma Pvt Ltd, NG Ranga Agriculture University, Indian Air Force and we have an informal agreement with the Indian Navy and IBM. Many more MoUs are in the pipeline," the registrar said, adding that the MoUs aim for boosting inter-disciplinary research apart from making non-professional courses more viable. University vice-chancellor Prof G Nageswara Rao noted, "Today students taking up technical and professional courses find it easy to get jobs. However, students of pure science and arts courses are struggling to do the same. This is because of two reas...
 
 
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