Minglebox.com

RSS Feed In Spotlight

54% Seats went vacant last year in private Engineering Colleges

Lack of job opportunities for engineering have led to 54% vacant seats across all engineering colleges. This year we had witnessed a rise in the  demand  for admission s for courses related to  Commerce and Arts. Many students from the state and central board have opted to a commerce or arts stream.  60% of engineering students are without jobs. Students have worked hard for 4 years and atleast they are without jobs and many have joined jobs like marketing, sales, etc.,  Data pulled out by Lok Sabha on Monday revelated that engineering education in the country...

Top Four Engineering colleges in Chennai

Chennai boasts of a list of best engineering colleges in India mainly because it is a city which requires a lot of engineering graduate for its ever-increasing industrial market, its IT industry, its Film industry etc. If we make a list of the industries and its requirements we will come up with something like this: Industries- Construction companies (require civil engineers), Automotive industry (requires automobile engineers), textile industry, radial industry, marine and reservoir industry to name a few. All these require specially qualified engineers like automobile engineers, textile...

IISc Bangalore, IIT Delhi & Bombay in World's best

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Bombay, IIT-Delhi and Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, have found a place in the top 200 universities in the latest edition of the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings. From the top 200 universities in the world for the first time India boasts three of them. IIT-Bombay grabbed the 179th rank this time from 219th last year, IIT-Delhi rose to 172nd from the 185th rank and IISc Bangalore slipped by 38 places to 190. “India is progressing in our global rankings. There are five Indian universities that feature among...

Supreme Court to Decide on Admission Process in Top Engineering Institutes - 50k Students Impacted

India’s top technology colleges and students over 50,000 who had qualified to take admission have their finger crossed as Supreme Court will be expected to decide on a petition for challenging the process of admission. The Supreme Court had earlier stayed the counseling and ongoing admission process in National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), and other engineering colleges like Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) questioning decision to take an award of 18 bonus marks to all students in the 2017 Joint Entrance Examination...

ME/M.Tech. in Industrial Safety Engineering

Master of Engineering in Industrial Safety Engineering is a postgraduate Industrial Engineering course. Industrial Safety Engineering is an applied science mainly related to systems engineering and the subset System Safety Engineering. It assures the successful functioning of a life-critical system even when the components fail. The aim of Master of Engineering in Industrial Safety Engineering is to train personnel of sciatic know-how and orientation in theory and practice in the area of safety, health and hygiene. M.E. Industrial Safety Engineering is of two years duration. The course of...

Pharmacy and Engineering management quota seat admission might go online

The management quota seats for engineering and pharmacy colleges within Telangana has been filled out through the online admission process that happens at the TSCHE (Telangana State Council of Higher Education), which is contemplating to re-introduce the system for this academic year 2017-2018. From a recent press note, that was released by the TSCHE (Telangana State Council of Higher Education), it has instructed all the private and unaided engineering and other pharmacy colleges not to undertake any kind of admission process into their management quota seats and to strictly follow the...

How to Apply for an Education Loans!

A portal has been developed for students to help them meet their education finances. The Department of Financial Service (Ministry of Finance) Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development and Indian Banks Association, have all come together to solve the financial problem faced by students and their parents in pursuing their aim of higher studies. This scheme is called ‘Vidya Lakshmi’ and it is a portal which is being developed and maintained by NSDL e-Governance Infrastructure Ltd. With the help of this portal student can view and track and even apply for...

AICTE planning to have common entrance for engineering

AICTE is planning to make common entrance exam for engineering. This plan is under discussion and so if possible it would be implied by next academic year. The main hindrance is opposition by West Bengal and Tamil Nadu and to pass this rule it is very important for state board to get their approval. HRD is also ready to discuss issue where whole nation would be holding single entrance exam to get admission in engineering institutes. AICTE even passed a regulation to all state board which specified that there would be single entrance test to get admission in engineering college. Every state...

Over 120 Engineering Colleges in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Haryana opts for progressive closure!

Engineering colleges have increased like mushrooms in India. Every hook and corner of the city and beyond city limits has number of engineering colleges. According to the recent report the number has gone up from a not too modest 1,511 colleges in 2006-07 to an astoundingly high 3,345 in 2014-15. The state of Andhra Pradesh alone has more than 700 colleges. We have 1.5 Million Engineers in India who pass put every year.  But what are they doing. They join engineering spending lakhs of money, parents take education loan to fund for the college fees, but at the end of the year or once...

KIIT's Unique Focus Brings Out the Best in Students

With opportunities that cover skill development, top quality placement, study abroad, interaction with world’s leading academicians and researchers, including Nobel Laureates, sports and extra-curricular activities, KIIT offers much more than merely academic qualification. The institution is proud of its diverse human resources represented by over 27,000 students enrolled in 100 plus academic programmes. They come from all corners of India and over 45 countries because of high brand value of KIIT. Skills, aptitude and interests of the student community is equally diverse and KIIT,...

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 >>>

Ask a Question