So you have decided to do the MBA. Then you must know that all the B schools, worth their weight,want the GMAT. Well, not just want, they need it and love it! Despite all the admissions statements that the GMAT is “only one small part of your application,” it is a huge piece in the pie. Make no mistake. So what exactly is this GMAT-MBA fuss all about? In our GMAT 2012 series, Rohit Gulati, one of the founders of one52.com tells you just that.
The Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT) fiasco is getting murkier by the day. A second writ petition filed by sixteen year old law aspirant Tanaya Thakur, seeking to cancel CLAT 2012, was heard in the Allahabad high court yesterday.
Pratik Pramod Fegde from Mumbai secured an all-India rank (AIR) 16 in the All India Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-2012 scoring 194 in paper 1 and 164 in paper 2 leading to a total score of 358 out of 401. The gruelling national examination, which was held at 1,067 centres across the country for nearly 9,600 undergraduate seats in the 15 IITs across India, is considered one of the toughest. In an exclusive interview with GyanCentral's Ushnota Paul, Pratik shares his success formula and future plans.
It is a pretty known fact by now that Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) 2012 has been marred by controversies ever since the students complained of static GK and legal aptitude questions coming out of syllabus. Students were seen protesting, having heated Facebook discussions and planning to file public interest litigation (PIL) against NLU Jodhpur. The Delhi high court finally served a notice by email today to Ratan Lahoti, the registrar of NLU Jodhpur, to respond to a civil writ petition filed in the court yesterday by three CLAT 2012 takers. GyanCentral's Ushnota Paul finds out more.
You wouldn't think that something as basic as quality of food would be an issue for the students at the Indian Institute of Technology, one of the premier institutes in India, would you? But well, we are in a world where actors are becoming politicians, criminals are sitting in the Parliament building and Anu Malik is still the judge on Indian Idol. So nothing really should surprise us! On May 17, the students of IIT-Madras went on a hunger strike to oppose the dismal quality of food on campus. Surya Ragunaathan finds out more.
New Common Entrance Exam for the IITs: Uncertainity prevails with six new IITs in the picture, Government confused, Senate adamantBy Surya Ragunaathan
A blanket of uncertainty has covered every inch on the fate of the proposed common engineering entrance test. HRD Minister Kapil Sibal's target to introduce the examination in 2013 now seems unachievable as six out of seven IIT senates have out rightly rejected the idea. This sentiment was conveyed to the HRD Ministry on May 12 during a meeting with the IIT directors. So what exactly is going to happen? Surya Ragunaathan gets the dope.
All India Law Entrance Test (AILET) 2012 results were declared on Friday, May 18, 2012 at 4 p.m.by National Law University (NLU), Delhi. This highly competitive national law entrance examination to get admission into NLU, Delhi was conducted in various cities including Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Jammu, Mumbai, Kolkata, Lucknow and Patna on May 6, 2012.
Sneh Vaswani, a fourth year dual degree (B.Tech + M.Tech) student at IIT Bombay in Metallurgical Engineering and Material Sciences department is part of a team of 20 students from IIT-Bombay who have invented an underwater vehicle that nobody has ever heard of. They belong to various disciplines of engineering namely Aerospace, Electrical, Mechanical, Metallurgy etc., in different years ranging from first to final year under graduation. Chintan Raikar, Biswajit Parida, Siddharth Chinoy, Ashish Kumar Budhiraja, Amit Kumar, Naman Sandeep Kothari, Ranjeet Singh Banthiya, Shivendra Singh, Anay Joshi, Pallav Dhobley, Dharmik Patel, Satwik Kottur, Mohit Beswal, and Mihir Gupta complete the team. Surya Ragunaathan chats with team 'Matsya'.