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NIIT launches GET to help graduates choo Kolkata, Oct 30 (IBNS): Global Talent Development Corporation NIIT on Thursday launched the Graduate Employability Test (GET)-to enable graduates choose a career that matches with their abilities and interests . 30-Oct-2014
Smartur.com launches online national pro Kolkata, Oct 30 (IBNS): Smartur.com, a digital education solutions company, has announced its 'Smartur.com National Proficiency Test (SNPT)' for students of classes 1st to 10th at the National Level, available on www.smartur.com. 30-Oct-2014
Milkha Singh, Farhan Akhtar get Standing Guwalior, Oct 28 (IBNS) : The legendary "Flying Sikh" Milkha Singh and Mumbai film world youth icon Farhan Akhtar were guests of honour at the 117th Founder's Day celebrations at the Scindia School. 28-Oct-2014
TCNSP hosts conference on 'bridging the Kolkata, October 15 (IBNS) The Tagore Centre of Natural Sciences and Philosophy (TCNSP) held a day-long conference on "Natural Sciences and Philosophy – a singular reality?" at the Bose Institute in Kolkata on Tuesday. 16-Oct-2014
XLRI to host the 3rd International Works Jamshedpur, Oct 14 (IBNS): XLRI - Xavier School of Management is all set to organize the '3rd International Workshop on Inclusive Finance' this months in Jamsehdpur. 15-Oct-2014
JU: VC says ready for discussion with pr Kolkata, Oct 10 (IBNS): Controversial Jadavpur University (JU) Vice-Chancellor (VC) Abhijit Chakraborty, who requested protesting students to join classes from Oct 13, has also asked them to take part in a discussion on the entire matter. 10-Oct-2014
British Council launches India Employab Kolkata, Oct 7 (IBNS) The British Council, UK's international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities, on Tuesday launched the India Employability Survey 2014. 08-Oct-2014
Filling classrooms with poorly trained t New York, Oct 2 (IBNS) A global shortage of teachers has pressured many countries into hiring educators with little or no training, undermining the educational progress of numerous school-age children around the world, the United Nations education agency warned on Thursday. 03-Oct-2014
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