Frankfinn set to create an indelible First Impression

November 23rd, 2009

Chennai, November 2009 : Creating a powerful first impression is important for all, be it a fresh graduate appearing for the first interview, or someone applying for a new job, or prospective bride and groom getting ready for their married life, or a small entrepreneur seeking to expand business, or someone applying for a visa. […]


Two Chennai colleges to become varsities

October 12th, 2007

Queen Mary’s College and Presidency College will become universities. Two grand old institutions of higher education in the State will soon be accorded a honour that has been more than a century in the making. Queen Mary’s College and Presidency College will become universities. They will be the first among many colleges in Tamil Nadu […]


Australia becoming more popular among Indian students

September 20th, 2007

Australian education interview programme organised in city Scholarships offered in Australian universities draw Indian students Business and biotech programmes new favourites One of the largest Australian education interview programmes was conducted in Chennai on Wednesday. Over 70 academics and representatives from 32 universities in Australia participated in the event. IDP Education Australia organised the programme. […]


Montessori diploma course in Chennai

September 15th, 2007

Navadisha Montessori Institute under the auspices of the Association of Montessori Internationale (AMI), in collaboration with SchoolScape Centre for Educators and Abacus Montessori School, is planning for the first time in India an AMI Montessori Elementary Diploma Course (6 – 12 age level). A journey began, one hundred years ago – in the slums of […]


A website for students looking for courses abroad

September 12th, 2007

Hotcourses, the United Kingdom’s largest publisher of guides to education, on Tuesday launched, a website for Indian students looking for courses in higher education institutes abroad. Uniguru is the first website to use web 2.0 technologies to offer peer-to-peer advice on over 100,000 courses at 808 institutions in the U.K, the U.S., Singapore and […]


Seminar on student visas

September 5th, 2007

The British Council will organise a seminar on ‘student visas’ for those who have been admitted into institutions in the U.K. and are about to apply for their visas. It will be held on Thursday between 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. Entry Clearance Officer, UK visas, Jim Robson, will address students. For details, call 4205 […]


Communication skills vital for engineering students

August 30th, 2007

Vice-chancellor of Anna University, Coimbatore, R. Radhakrishnan has said that effective communication skills were vital for engineering students to compete in the globally competitive environment. A necessity Speaking at the first year students’ orientation and registration programme at the Angel College of Engineering and Technology here recently, he said that good communications skills have become […]


Vocational category: engineering seats increased

August 30th, 2007

The Tamil Nadu Government told the Madras High Court that the number of engineering seats meant for Plus Two vocational category students had been increased from 700 to 2,400. A submission to this effect was made by Additional Government Pleader (Education) V. Viswanathan, when a writ petition filed by a student seeking enhancement in the […]


Interviews for students on Sept 19

August 29th, 2007

Australian universities would conduct interviews for admission of Indian students in their institutions on September 19. Over 100 academics and representatives from over 30 educational institutions would interview the students, IDP Education, the organisers and recruiting agents for these universities, said in a press release. The Australian government, the Australian Trade Commission and Australian Alumni […]