The Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test (TANCET) 2012 for admission to MBA, MCA and M.E / M.Tech / M.Arch / M.Plan degree programmes will be conducted on March 31 and April 1.
All Student should have recieved the hall rickets.Students who haven’t received the hall ticket yet should contact the enquiry offices setup in 14 cities whe office will function on March 29 and 30.Details at www.annauniv.edu/tancet2012.
Students who have registered via internet and have not received the hall ticket yet have to produce evidence for registration and bring a certificate from the heads of institution last studied or from a Gazetted A or B officer of the Central or State governments.
Social networking Giant Facebook visited the IIT Delhi last week and hired ankur dahiya for annual package of 65 lakhs.
Ankur is only 21 years old and its like dream come true for him.
Ankur will operate from facebook’s California office in Paolo alto.
Last year also Facebook visited the campus but not selected any one.This year Ankur is only selection.
Best of luck Ankur.I hope more students from India get same package.
Most of the engineering courses are of 4 years and full time MBA courses are of 2 years.A student spend 6 years to read all those books without getting any practical knowledge.
To reduce this time a college comes up with a solution.
From the next academic year, VIT University in Vellore will offer two major subjects in its BTech programme. Students will have the option of pursuing regular engineering majors or study an engineering subject as the first major and a management subject as the second. “This is done in response to industry’s need for engineers with strong additional background in management subjects. Many engineers become project managers in 10 years. This course could reduce the time significantly while equipping them with skills to get on the job soon.To get a BTech degree with two majors, students will have to take 10 extra subjects in human resources, marketing, finance or general management. The students opting for two majors can still complete the degree programme in four years.
What you guys think.Is this course going to help students to learn engineering and MBA skills in short term.Or it will just generate geeks and nerds who are just good at studies but practically not worth.Share your views…
Aptech, the global leader in training & learning services, successfully conducted the first Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) mandated by The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
CMAT examination was conducted online and received a good response from students and colleges alike.
Attendance of 83% was recorded all over India across the 61 cities and 68 centers over the 9 day period.
The scores will be based on overall merit, quantitative section, logical reasoning questions, comprehension, and general knowledge questions.
CMAT will release individual scores of these sections, which can be viewed by candidates as well as institutes who have registered CMAT to consider its scores for admissions.
Commenting on the glitch-free tests, Aptech CEO & MD, Ninad Karpe said, “We are happy that the process went as smooth as expected and we have received a positive response from all corners.
“I also congratulate the students and colleges for being part of the online tests. It greatly benefits the stakeholders in conducting tests with utmost transparency, eases the burden of logistics for both colleges & students taking the tests.”