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Startups plan over 3-fold jump in recruitment; eye top engineering, business schools

Times of India | ET Bureau | October 6, 2015 |

MUMBAI: A second wave of startups is gearing up to raid engineering and B-school campuses this placement season, adding to the fierce war for talent already raging between large e-commerce companies and established old-world recruiters. 805 more words


Hackathons or Codefest: the new rites of passage for code gurus

Deccan Herald | Uma Kannan | October 5, 2015 | Bengaluru, DHNS |

Anirvan Mandal, a senior software engineer from Bengaluru, was at the huge conference room, along with a hundred other coders. 1,565 more words


Credits from online courses to be made mandatory for B.Tech engineering courses : AICTE chairman

The Hindu | MANGALURU, October 4, 2015 |  Raghava M |

MANGALURU: Securing marks through online courses in a semester in the undergraduate engineering course will be made mandatory once enough online courses are available, said Anil D. 221 more words


Trends in engineering education

Deccan Herald | Peter Wardle |Oct 01, 2015 |  HOLISTIC APPROACH |

Engineering is a vast global industry with the opportunity to do immense good in the world. 701 more words

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M.Tech engineering Seats go Abegging at Kerala Technological University (KTU)

The New Indian Express |  By Sovi Vidyadharan | 01st October 2015 |

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Even as engineering undergraduate courses found more takers this year, compared to the previous years, the situation has turned worse for post graduate engineering courses, as nearly 60 per cent of MTech seats in the state remain vacant. 296 more words


Where Do Waterloo Co-op Students Work?

It’s a common question from prospective students and parents, “where are the co-op jobs located?  Are they mainly around the Waterloo area?”  The answer is definitely “no”, they are not just around Waterloo.  254 more words

Engineering Education

Reconfigure Tertiary Education

Imagine an MBA tacked onto a one to two-year preparatory/preliminary programme to form a new first degree to which secondary school graduates may be admitted. You’ve then got an ‘advanced’ business degree without missing much (or anything at all) from not having a ‘first’/bachelors degree. 196 more words

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