Everybody wants to stand out today. That is the only way one can leave a mark and be different in a population of over a billion. The days where being a doctor or an engineer were the only things people even considered letting their children take up as a profession are a thing of the past since alternative career options are taking the front seat in the 21st century. Being a DJ, a chef, a photographer, a writer, a bartender, game developer, adventure sports instructor or something as adventurous was unheard of a decade ago. Today the aforementioned... Read→
Has CAT become a game of luck? Will IIMs no longer have the cream? For the first time CAT was conducted online where the IIMs had chosen the Prometric ETS to conduct the computer based exam. This change in the pattern, technically called as non adaptive test where the students have to be aware of the basic computer skills which by practice would make the students comfortable to reading, comprehending and answering the questions for 3 hours. CAT 2009 seems to be no tough deal for Hyderabad students. Officials of the city-based coaching classes claim... Read→
Civil Engineering is a professional engineering course that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment. It is the oldest engineering stream and it was started in the year 2008 in Bharat Institute of Engineering and Technology(BIET). The donation fee for this branch ranges from Rs.3-4 lakhs, and most of the students come through the management quota. The college is situated in the outskirts of the city, on Ibrahimpatnam road. There are almost 20-25 buses covering all parts of Hyderabad.
G.Narayanamma Institute of Technology & Science (for Women), sponsored by G.Pulla Reddy Charities Trust was established on 15th December 1997. It is affiliated to JNTU, Hyderabad and approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Accredited by NBA (AICTE), GNITS is the first women’s college in AP to obtain ISO 9001:2000 Certification. It offers 4 year, full time B.Tech degree programmes in the branches of CSE, ETM, EEE, ICE, IT and ECE. It also offers three 2-year (full time) M.Tech program in Power Electronics, Electric... Read→
Hyderabad holds the record for the most number of passports issued per year in the country. Taking into consideration the colossal number of Andhra students eager to make their fortunes overseas, the record gives good enough assurance that these students will indeed be given their golden tickets to ride.
The ride, however, turns out to be bumpier than expected.
The process to obtain or renew a passport at the Regional Passport Office, Hyderabad, is nothing short of a nightmare. The papers are flooded daily with complaints of obnoxiously delayed... Read→
It was a pleasant Tuesday morning when students headed to the college, geared up for work after a long spell of “holidays”. Soon, the lecturers were giving enthusiastic lectures to the students, trying to inspire them to be more creative and students in turn, were absorbing whatever they could from the lectures. The aftereffects of leisure were evident from the hunger for work. The students were not even drowsy with the lectures when, suddenly, the whole college was startled by a group of people screaming at the top of their lungs.... Read→
“From the Kashmiri shawls to the Rajasthan bangles, From chikan kurtis of Lucknow to the Bengal cotton sarees and tote bags of Kolkata, one can surely inhale the environment of mini India at the Industrial Exhibition’’, says Ramya, a college student. Numaish, the 70th Industrial exhibition had started in the month of January, 2010 and was surely a sign of National Integrity beyond any scope of doubt. It has many things to offer for the people belonging to all the age groups. This year, the exhibition is no different,... Read→
National Institute of Technology, Warangal (NITW) held its annual cultural fest for three ever-lasting fun-filled days. Named ‘Spring Spree’, this cultural carnival had countless events, which were unique and sensational. The events took place on the 5th, 6thand 7th of March, 2010 and received tremendous response on all the three days. With its 400 acre residential campus, NITW provided accommodation for all the non-local students. Sponsored by big names like Polo, knowafest.com, Vodafone, Nestle, Wipro etc., the event undoubtedly had to be... Read→
If Chetan Bhagat were to pen (or rather, MS word) this article, he’d have probably done away with the introduction by shooting his Let-Me-Tell-You-What-This-Article-Is-Not-About disclaimers, which would go something like — “This article is not a Coming-of-Age story of a nubile enchantress, it’s NOT a story of (just) three idiots, it’s not the story of ‘The Two States’ and it’s not a story.”
It’s rather about the life of ventriloquists and puppets of today’s world. It’s about a lot more... Read→
It takes a scorching ride of about 50 km to reach Marri Laxman Reddy Institute of Technology(MLRIT), which is located at the outskirts of Hyderabad. Marri Laxman Reddy Institute of Technology( MLRIT) was chosen for the annual inter college event for its spacious grounds and well equipped facilities. The college was adorned with various JNTU-H flags and banners which created a beautiful vision for the participants. The scene upon entering the college premises was adorned with the cheerful participants in various jerseys, proudly boasting... Read→