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iQ Academy Kansas Launches Online Middle School

The success of iQ Academy
Kansas’ online high school has prompted an expansion of the curriculum to include a complete middle school program for students in grades 7 and 8.

The new curriculum was recently approved by the Kansas State Department of Education and covers core courses such as English and math, as well as a wide variety of electives such as world languages, web design, digital photography and music appreciation.

“We have seen how our high school students excel in the online learning setting and wanted to expand that opportunity to more students at different grade levels,” said Brooke Blanck, Director of iQ Academy Kansas. “The curriculum is flexible to meet the needs of today’s students who are busier than ever before. iQ Academy is focused on providing Kansas students the opportunity to excel at their own pace, studying when and where they want so they can pursue their passions.”

Just like iQ Academy Kansas’ high school program, the middle school offers a high-quality, tuition-free, education option that provides small group instruction and one-on-one feedback from licensed teachers — all
conducted online using a laptop provided by the school. Courses are taught by teachers licensed in Kansas, who give individualized attention to students and moderate dynamic student discussions online. Once enrolled, students receive textbooks as required for their courses and optional use of a laptop computer. As in traditional public schools, these learning tools are provided to students at no cost for as long as they are enrolled in iQ Academy Kansas.

iQ Academy Kansas, a program of Manhattan – Ogden USD 383, is currently enrolling students for the 2008-09 school year in both the middle school and high school programs. iQ Academy Kansas is also offering summer school courses June 2 – July 27. Kansas students in grades 7 – 12 are eligible to enroll in a broad array of core, elective, and foreign language courses, with enrollment taking place April 14 – May 23.

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Sponsors line up for B-school festivals

Corporate sponsorships for B-school festivals are set to double and almost touch the Rs 1 crore figure in 2008.

While established annual festivals of B-schools in eastern India are likely to see a 20-30 per cent increase in sponsors and sponsorships, the newer B-school fests are likely to receive double the sponsorship amounts they received last year.

Consider this: Kshitij — the annual festival of IIT-KGP held in January every year — is already on track to receive cumulative sponsorships worth Rs 85 lakh for its festival in January 2008.

In January 2007, Kshitij received cash sponsorship worth Rs 50 lakhs and Rs 20 lakh for gifts, offers, and the like. January 2007 had 15 key sponsors for Kshitij that included SBI, Airtel, ONGC, Cisco, among others.

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Classes at Medak IIT likely

If things go according to the State Governments plans, it is likely that classes of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) will begin 2009 at the ordnance factory at Eddumailaram till the construction of buildings at the proposed site at Kandi.

This indication was available after members of the site identification committee constituted by the Union Ministry of Human Resources Development visited Kandi on Tuesday to examine the feasibility and suitability of locating the IIT on a 500-acre piece of land.

The committee comprising Joint Secretary (Technical) Ministry of HRD Ravi Mathur, S. G. Dhande, Director of IIT, Kanpur, R. A. Yadav, Acting Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), D. V. Singh, former director of IIT, Roorkee and Sanjeev Bhargava, Director of IIIT Jabalpur later called on Chief Minister Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy in Hyderabad and assured that it would do its best to expedite the setting up of the institute.

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Central facility for digital design at IIT-K

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT-K) and Autodesk Inc., a leading design software and digital solutions company, signed a MoU to establish a Digital Innovation Lab for Innovative Design and Research. The Digital Innovation Lab will be a central facility for use by IIT-Kanpur undergraduate and PG students. As a part of the agreement, IIT-Kanpur and Autodesk will also run short-term courses in design for industry, a finishing school on design for students from other institutions in North India and train the trainer courses for these disciplines.

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Montek rejects President’s proposal for all-women IIT

NEW DELHI: Planning Commission deputy chairperson Montek Singh Ahluwalia has rejected President Pratibha Patil’s proposal for an all-women IIT at Amravati, but this may not be the last word on the matter. As sources point out, the world over there are all-women education institutions imparting higher education, including technical and management courses.

Patil’s proposal, that was approved by both the HRD ministry and the PMO, had gone to the Plan panel for its in-principle approval. The PMO had told the Planning Commission that the proposal for an all-women IIT was independent of the six new IITs that have already started. It was argued that such an institution in a backward region like Amravati would send the right message and could act as a catalyst for women’s education in the area.

While rejecting the idea, the panel said setting up an all-women IIT would result in demands for similar NITs and IIMs and was, therefore, not worth it. In fact, the Plan panel’s letter clearly states that the decision to reject the President’s idea has the approval of Ahluwalia.

According to sources, the matter has not ended yet and another attempt could be made to convince the Planning Commission. As a senior official said, it is rare that a proposal from the President is shot down summarily as the Planning Commission has done. He also said, “What is wrong if there is a demand for an all-women IIM or NIT. The world over there are technical universities for women.”

In fact, after Pepsico chief Indra Nooyi’s success a private education group has decided to start an all-women management school in India.

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A fund to engineer entrepreneurship

Indias second largest software and services firm Infosys Technologies Ltds chief mentor N.R. Narayana Murthy and venture capitalist Gururaj Deshpande have committed $600,000 (Rs2.4 crore) of their own money to hone the entrepreneurship skills of engineering students across India.

The money will be spent on getting professors from top universities in the US to take courses in non-IIT engineering colleges, in drafting effective business proposals and helping them network with leading venture capitalists in the US.

The many campuses of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are Indias elite engineering schools, but the bulk of Indian engineers graduate from other schools.

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IT firms go slow on hiring from IITs

Information technology firms appear to have lost their appeal at the Indian Institutes of Technology. Campus recruitment figures by major Indian and foreign IT firms have dipped this year, raising further concerns of an industry slowdown.

Firms like IBM, HCL [Get Quote], Hughes Software and CSC opted out of placements this year and hiring by firms like India’s largest IT services provider Tata Consultancy Services [Get Quote], Infosys [Get Quote] and Wipro [Get Quote] has dropped.

Confirming the trend, a placement official from IIT Roorkee said: “While many companies say they have a particular number in mind and would recruit likewise, our alumni network at these companies informs us that these IT giants are exercising restraint in recruiting trainees due to a slowdown.”

Agreed a placement official from IIT Kanpur: “Like every year, the institute offered the regular number of students to these IT companies for placements but they did not pick as many students.”

Recruitment by IT companies at IIT Kanpur has gone down from 130 students in 2007 to 72 in 2008.

“Clients from IT firms are increasingly in the process of utilising their bench strength,” said Monisha Advani, managing director, Randstad India, an HR consultancy firm.

With the US slowdown and rupee appreciating against the dollar for most of 2007-08, IT firms are under tremendous pressure to manage margins and costs. IT firms have been in the news recently with TCS, IBM India, Mphasis (an Electronic Data System company) and Yahoo! India asking several hundreds of employees to leave on grounds of “poor performance or non-performance”.

“What we have been hearing these days is a clear case of skills mismatch. While non-linear growth is the way forward, it is something that will happen on a long-term basis. In the short term, IT firms will need to have volumes,” said Sudin Apte, senior analyst and country head, Forrester India.

The companies, however, maintain with the boom in other sectors like investment banking and retail, and the urge to be entrepreneurs, IT firms are left with little option but to reduce their hiring from these institutes.

“Most students from IITs either want to get into hardcore research or prefer to go in for higher studies. Besides, other sectors also hire in big numbers from these institutes,” says an executive from Wipro.

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IIT Bhubaneswar to run from the city from July

The classes of IIT Bhubaneswar, which are now being held at IIT Kharagpur, will be conducted at the latter’s extension centre here from July next year.

The student strength of IIT Bhubaneswar will increase from the present 120 to 240 by July next.

All the 240 students of IIT Bhubaneswar will attend their classes in the extension centre of IIT Kharagpur which will be used as a temporary campus till IIT Bhubaneswar developed its own campus in the city.

The 120 students who had been given admission in the current academic session are now pursuing their four year degree courses in civil engineering, mechanical engineering at IIT Kharagpur.

IIT Kharagpur is facilitating establishment of IIT Bhubaneswar as the mentor IIT appointed by the Central government.

The authorities of IIT Kharagpur are now constructing new buildings at their extension centre in the city to accommodate IIT Bhubaneswar till the later develops its own campus.

The process of appointment of teachers and other staff for IIT Bhubaneswar has also started. The process of selecting 30 faculty members was nearing completion, Dr. Damodar Acharya, Director of IIT Kharagpur and Chairman of the Governing Body of IIT Bhubaneswar, told reporters in Bhubaneswar on Sunday.

On the other hand, efforts were on to start construction of IIT Bhubaneswar’s own campus next year. A total of Rs 1,000 crore will be utilised for the establishment of the IIT.

Odisha government has already offered land at several locations around the city for the proposed campus for IIT Bhubaneswar. The site selection process will be over within a few weeks.

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IGNOU has been ranked 17 out of top 100 in the Indian Subcontinent Region

IGNOU ranks 17 out of 100
IGNOU has been ranked 17 out of top 100 in the Indian Subcontinent Region in the We bometrics Ranking of World Universities. IGNOU, a distance educational institution competed with institutions like the IIMs, IITs, Anna University, University of Pune, University of Delhi, AIMS and B.H.U. The universities are classified by a mathematical combination of the rankings according to their websize, number of rich files, number of papers published in the last years and records in the Google Scholar,

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IIM, IIT jointly launch new post-graduate programme

The Indian Institute of Management (IIM)-Calcutta launched a one-year residential post-graduate programme for executives in ‘visionary leadership in manufacturing’ in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Kanpur and IIT-Madras Sunday here.The programme has been designed by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) – a governmental agency of Japan that provides technical cooperation to other developing countries.

“We want Indian students to apply Japanese technology in the manufacturing industry and make their presence felt among world leaders. Under this programme, we are confident that the manufacturing industry will undergo complete transformation in another five years,” JICA chief advisor Shoji Shiba told reporters on the IIM-Calcutta campus here.

Director of IIM-Calcutta Shekhar Chaudhury said the course was designed in the Indian context to deal with Indian customers.

“The manufacturing industry in India has been languishing for the past 20 years. This is a unique course that blends conceptual knowledge with skill-based training,” Chaudhury said.

“After completing the course, the annual income of a candidate will increase from Rs.500,000 to Rs.1500,000,” he added.

JICA will provide all equipment required for the course. During the course, students will be taken to various firms in Japan to get a practical knowledge of the technology and its application.

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IIT-Delhi experts may be replaced

One day after the DIR reported on a global scale dass Bush was the author of research funding and transportation, Injury Prevention Programme (Tripp) of IIT Delhi, government sources said Friday there are “serious” a reflection on the place and Dinesh Mohan Geetam Tiwari of Tripp as a consultant in the draft GRT. The opposition, meanwhile, has brought the issue to claim, dass, the government also had a great interest in the project because of “links of interest.”

Says a transport service official: “For the next phase of GRT of Moolchand Delhi Gate, we look with a person under academic. Upon appointment, if it is compatible with knowledge on financing Tripp was against traditional norms our country, which is more serious is wrong, dass they went too didactic structure. ”

Despite the absence of official reaction was forthcoming from the government – of Ministers of Transport Haroon Yusuf took place on Friday any knowledge of corporate governance interests liaison Tripp – The sources indicate, dass six days have considerably dented “the credibility of the IIT expert with the government.

President of the Republic Dr Harshvardhan BJP, said: “It has always been very clear, dass interest the project has links and that is why, despite the strong opposition of this page, with the government advance him.

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Comp-graduates park non-council

Mumbai: Ankit Gupta, a computer engineer from IIT Bombay, is the newest member of a consultancy firm as a Business Analyst. After four years of computer programming slogging, Gupta for a “management and resolution of problems for the nature of the future scope of custody”.

Gupta is not alone. Of the 1100 students, IIT-B from this year, only 40 have joined the computer Hollywood majors like Infosys, Wipro and TCS, while about 15% of graduates in computer science from non-technical areas . Of course, the engineer, the race director for his money.

Cut short the Engineering MBA route, several IIT graduates-are now joining the coaching job immediately after their BTech. The scenario is the same in other main schools of engineering. IIT Kanpur, saw eight BTech software engineers collaborative enterprise financial partner and three analysts, such as consulting firms McKinsey and Lehmann Brothers, this year’s placement.

And why not? With Infosys, Wipro or may not be close to the annual salary of Rs 10 lakh as consultation and corporate financing, the cream of graduates in computer science are the other way. IIT-Roorkee Position President PK Jain said that the financing of eight companies and 10 consultancy firms have collected nearly 100 students on campus this year. Kushal Sen, chief investment in IIT Delhi, attributes this trend over the lucrative wages offered by other sectors, as well as the increasing number of companies visiting the IIT campus for recruiting engineers.

IIT-B director Ashok Misra pointed out that there has been a waste of time, while the boom in information technology, when students at the computer is not only scientific but also all flows the location of tests under the direction of Infosys, Wipro and TCS. But it was the time when companies IT wages paid, almost double, which can provide jobs engineering.

“Today, engineers graduates not to rest once and for the placement of interviews, computer companies, unless it is a rare case, and not a student at another place too for a long time, “says Gupta, who is also the position of the IIT-B.

This year, flat annual companies such as Infosys and Wipro are less than half the average wage in the tender IIT Campus. “The average annual wage on our campus R 6.5 lakh. Why a student must become familiar with an RS-3 lakh job? Request BK Mathur, president of the Investment Committee at IIT-Kharagpur. Indeed, if their participation Satyam letter this year, said she Rs 2.8 lakh years’ salary-IIT graduates, it was not invited.

And so FMCG companies, retail and real estate for a chance to ITI Campus this year. Kannan Moudgalya service technical chemistry IIT Bombay said: “Many sectors have now need not only experts in the field, but also computer programmers. In case of non-technical, IIT graduates-are currently in arrivals as New Economy Tasks financial analysis math Officer and Financial Engineering. “

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Implementation phase

IIT Directors (From left), Gautam Barua (Guwahati), Surendra Prasad (Delhi) and SC Saxena (Roorkie), among others, at a press conference in New Delhi on April 16.

The Indian Institutes of Technology in September, the National Institutes of Technology, Benaras Hindu University in India School of Mines, Dhanbad, recognize students for a joint examination (JEE) for various courses of study in engineering implementation have decided 27% OBC reservation in a phased plan.

This was decided at a meeting of the Joint Committee on the Admission of the JEE, IIT Delhi on 16 April. Representatives of the seven IITs, an official of the Ministry of Human Resources Development and representatives of the NITs, BHU ISM and participated in the meeting.

“From the next academic session, seven IITs OBC, women and men. This year, we reserve 9 per cent for OBCs and the full 27 per cent rate will be achieved by 2010,” said Professor Surendra Prasad, director, IIT Delhi. In addition, he said, three new IITs, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan admit 120 students each.

They are 27 percent of bookings of this year, he said. On the whole, the number of seats for IITs, NITs, BHU would ISM, and 880 to 520 because the reservation, and 360 in the three new IITs.

“About the layer of cream, we are going by the instructions of the Government of India. Income of the family is the criterion. CBO Students are asked to submit a certificate at the time of consultation, she said are not part the creamy layer, “said Prasad.

The entry IIT Joint Board brings deserves two lists, one for the general category and OBC for a candidate, he said. Results will be announced in the calendar. SC Saxena, director of the IIT Roorkee, said: “The IITs student home increases by 54 percent over 27, as a percentage of reservation of the academic session 2010. Undergraduate two and postgraduate courses OBC candidates are in conformity with the law want. ”

Gautam Barua, director of the IIT Guwahati, the directives of the Supreme Court, be used to exclude the layer of cream. “The CBO cut-off mark for the category of students, 90 percent of cut-off from the general category of students in JEE,” said Prasad.

ITI Directors said they have not been a decline in the quality of education through the implementation of the reservation. But they fear if on teachers, the increase in shooting. At IIT Delhi, for example, there are 556 faculty positions, only 420 of which are occupied. After Prasad, 856 members of the Faculty is required if 27 per cent reservation is implemented. The situation in other IITs is similar.

The directors expressed their concern about the salaries and equipment for the members of the faculty, they thought, should be substantially improved.

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IITians focus on rural India

For most people, tough times mean tough choices. But here’s a really offbeat one — the high profile alumni of India’s premier tech schools
have decided to lend a hand to grassroots development, as the corporate world is getting buffeted by the worst recession in decades. The old boys of the IITs have opted to focus on the India that lives in villages at their annual jamboree which is being held at IIT-Madras later this week.

The most prominent ‘made in India’ global network has decided that this is the best time to highlight the contribution of people from rural areas in the development of India. This is a big change from earlier high-profile PanIIT meetings which have either been about providing mentorship and business tips for budding entrepreneurs from the alma mater or schmoozing with politicos in Delhi or Capitol Hill and networking with global business biggies.

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IIT Bombay and Cambridge sign MOU with initial focus on Nanoscience

The signing of a joint Memorandum of Understanding opens the way for future collaborative research and exchange of students and teachers between Cambridge University and the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay (IITB ).

Professor Alan Windle was yesterday in Mumbai, on behalf of Cambridge, Vice-Chancellor Professor Alison Richard, for the signing of a memorandum by Professor Ashok Misra, Director of the IIT Bombay.

Your session of the signing of the first agreement on cooperation between the two, with the emphasis in the field of nano-technology and led on the front page of Cambridge, Professor Mark Welland, university professor and Windle professor of nanotechnology at Cambridge Department of Materials Sciences, the work on the Nano-structures and nano-structured devices.

Under the financing agreement are made available scholarships for a period of ten to three years of doctoral studies at the Cambridge Commonwealth by the Trust. In addition, it will be complemented by support for travel of senior employees of a partnership between the two institutions of higher learning.

The signing follows the high-level visit in four Indian cities by Professor Alison Richard January of this year, where the strong links between Cambridge and India were celebrated and be strengthened.

Professor Ashok Misra, Director, IIT Bombay, said: “The establishment of an academic cooperation in the world with the famous Cambridge University is a significant milestone for the organization IIT Bombay, particularly when it Instead, while our Golden Jubilee year.

“The University of Cambridge is known for the high quality of education and research through the centuries, and our interactions with them is certainly improving our research activities, the Institute has been stressed during the last hour. We are delighted with our partnership goes Force in the coming years. ”

Professor Windle said: “The University of Cambridge is pleased that this agreement is now in place, and especially glad that it is with the IIT Bombay, as it is a one-stop shop for energy and commitment to science and technology, who characterizes modern India.

“It is very appropriate that the first cooperation in the framework of this agreement in the field of nanoscience and technology. This new space is occupied one of the keys to growth and prosperity in the future, as well as reductions in many areas of the traditional academic studies. east new, vibrant, exciting and reflects the spirit of the country.

— IIT Bombay has just celebrated its fiftieth anniversary. Set-up by an Act of Parliament, it was established during the year 1958, Powai, a northern suburb of Mumbai. Today, the Institute is recognized as one of the centers of scientific excellence in this country

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IIT foray in medical device research

The research in medical technology in the country has received a blow at the hands IIT Kharagpur for accession by Texas Instruments for one to four years.

The research aims to IIT’s School of Medical Science and Technology (SMST), and focuses on the development of semiconductor technology for the early detection of mouth and breast cancer, and MEMS (micro-electromechanical systems)-based bio-sensors, monitor the flow of blood.

Texas Instruments is the funding of research and appliances will collaborative project.

“In India, about 800000 patients to a coronary bypass operation, and each year, one in every 12 women with breast cancer. Cancers of the oral cavity, which is widespread. The program aims to facilitate the treatment of these patients, “said Biswadip Mitra, the Director General of Texas Instruments.

“Our research is the imaging technology to the development of instruments that, whether a tumor is malignant or benign, and it is also to quantify margins,” said Ajoy Kumar Ray, SMST head.

B. Tech students, Mr. Technology, Mr. Mr. statistics or Sc (physics or mathematics) can enroll in the program level. But they must specializing in image processing, neural networks and the identification of a model, the digital signal processor-based embedded system design, bio-sensors, or MEMS.

Students and schoolchildren, in order to be selected, ITI, for a MS / Ph.D program in the Texas Instruments-SMST Research Scheme

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Water woes end IIT on course

The Bihar Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) is all set to open its doors for its first batch from July and August by admitting its quota of students, who cleared the Joint Entrance Examinations (JEE) recently.

However, the top technocrats in the making would be a “displaced lot” for they will have to reside and study (at least for three more years) in a temporary building in Pataliputra Industrial Estate Complex. Sources in the science and technology department revealed that it would take at least three years to complete the IIT complex in Amahara near Bihata.

The Bihar government had earmarked 500 acres at Bihata for the complex last year after the Centre allotted an IIT to Bihar.

A team of experts from IIT, Roorkie, that inspected the site in October 2007 raised objections about the feasibility of construction on land earmarked for the IIT.

Experts feared that the complex would be partly submerged in the rainy season as the allotted land was in a low-lying area.

“We have now earmarked 500 acres in Amahara, 10km from Bihata, that is an upland,” said Shahid Ali Khan, the science and technology minister, adding: “The experts have already cleared the site and the human resource development ministry has approved it.”

The HRD ministry has also approved the start of the first session from this year, Khan said.

However, sources in the science and technology department conceded it would take three years to “fully acquire” the 500 acres and build the complex.

For now, IIT, Patna, that has IIT, Guwahati, as its mentor, will offer electrical and mechanical engineering, besides computer science.

“The curriculum, syllabi, fee structure and rules for the new technical school will broadly remain the same as in its mentor IITs,” the science and technology department official said.

He added that authorities in IIT, Guwahati, would carry out the first batch’s admission and the mentor’s faculties would come up to teach the first batch.

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TI, IIT-Kgp in medical tech pact

Texas Instruments (TI), the global information technology company, has signed a four-year collaborative agreement with the School of Medical Science and Technology of Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IIT-KGP), to develop semiconductor technologies that will help improve the quality, comfort and accessibility of healthcare in India.

This is TI’s first partnership with an IIT on research projects devoted to medical electronics innovation. The project is a part of TI’s recent announcement to spend $15 million towards funding research work in the field of medical technology.

According to Ajoy Kumar Ray, head of school of medical science and technology at IIT-KGP, “In India alone, about 800,000 patients undergo coronary bypass surgery every year, while one in every 12 women develops breast cancer. Also, oral leukoplakia and oral sub-mucous fibrosis have been widely prevalent in India and are a cause of concern to scientists in the country. The TI-IT KGP technology partnership will enable devices that could help address some of these pressing healthcare issues.”

The research team will develop semiconductors for medical equipment for cancer and cardiac-related treatment. TI’s was supporting this research to help develop new semiconductor technologies for personal medical devices, implantables, medical imaging, wireless healthcare systems and bio-sensor technology.

The IIT-KGP research collaboration reflected TI’s keenness to develop the next generation of innovators.

The outcome of the research would be intellectual property of TI, which will use the technology globally, said Bishwadip Mitra, managing director of TI India Ltd.

Other research focus areas would be detection technology for cancer and heart problems by use of imaging technology and micro electro-mechanical system (MEMS) based biosensor technology.

“The research will be essentially on TI platform, as the company has an arsenal of about 17,000 analog chips, which can be used for imaging techniques,” Mitra said.

The collaborative research with IIT-KGP, which would involve 15-20 researchers, would be divided into three groups — biological research team, image processing team, and doctors, said Mitra.

This apart, specialists from TI would also work with the IIT researchers, and the research would be reviewed every six months, Ray added.

TI works with medical device customers across the globe to make quality healthcare more accessible to consumers.

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BVP 2009 Bharati Vidyapeeth Engineering Entrance Exam

Contact details:
Bharati Vidyapeeth Bhavan,
Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg,
Pune 411 030.

Bharati Vidyapeeth Engineering Entrance Exam is conducted by Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune for the students who wish to pursue higher studies in B.Tech and B.E. Bharati Vidyapeeth is a deemed university and is one of the favorites among the students.

Important dates of BVP

1. 25-03-09 – availability of application forms.
2. 09-05-09 – last date for submission of application forms.
3. 24-05-09 – date of examination.

Eligibility criteria of BVP
The candidate must be clear pass in English and must have an aggregate of 50% in PCM in the class 12th board examination or any other equivalent examination.
The candidate belonging to SC/ST categories must have minimum aggregate of 45% in PCM.

Please take care that the dates are only proposed, these are not final. The post will be updated as soon as the dates are released officially.

Courses offered of BVP

1. Computer Engineering
2. Information Technology
3. Industrial Electronics Engineering
4. Civil Engineering
5. Electrical Engineering
6. Chemical Engineering
7. Mechanical Engineering
8. Production Engineering.
9. For admission to architecture courses the candidate has to qualify NATA.

Application procedure for BVP

1. You can get the application form either by post or from selected outlets or directly from the university in person.
2. The cost of examination is Rs.1600/-, the payment to which can be done by cash or DD.

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IIT Delhi holds its annual tech exhibit

New Delhi, April 18: The annual exhibition of Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, which showcases cutting-edge technological projects undertaken by the institute will be held within the campus on Saturday. 12Tech, as the exhibition is dubbed, gives both the faculty and the students of IIT-Delhi opportunity to show the innovative research and projects undertaken by them.

For the public, I2Tech gives an opportunity to not only to get a glimpse of the work being done in IIT-D but also interact with the faculty and students on various technological aspects.

The highlights of the exhibition will be a special showcasing of the laboratories, talks by reputed speakers on popular topics in science, on-the-sport quizzes and academic events organised by the various departments in IIT-Delhi. There will also be a “Meet the Students” programme and another one on using technology effectively.

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