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Amity School recently organised their fourth annual three-day art exhibition

Annual Exhibition
Amity School of Fine Arts and Amity School of Fashion Technology recently organised their fourth annual three-day art exhibition – Srijan. The exhibition was inaugurated by Lokesh Chandra, director, International Academy of Indian Culture, Ashok K Chauhan, founder president, Amity Universe, and Divya Chauhan, chairperson, Amity School of Fine Arts. Chandra lauded the efforts of the students, saying: We need to understand what Srijan means and what it implies; it is an activity personal in nature and requires a great deal of thinking.

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Six High School Seniors Awarded Lilly Scholarship

Six High School Seniors Awarded Lilly Scholarship

Six high school seniors have been awarded Lilly Scholarships to attend Wabash College. The Lilly Scholarship is the Colleges most prestigious award. The scholarship is renewable for four years and covers the recipients tuition, fees, room and board. The colleges Financial Aid Office estimates the scholarships value at more than $140,000.

The full-ride scholarship has been offered to four Hoosier students and two from out of state. The winners are: Seth Einterz, Zionsville, In., Zionsville High School; Jacob Ezell, Indianapolis, In., Roncalli High School; Jake German, Crawfordsville, In., North Montgomery High School; Spencer Gore, Parkersburg, WV, Parkersburg South High School; James Morey, Mount Horeb, WI., Mount Horeb High School; Chris Sidebottom, Muncie, In., Indiana Academy.

Lilly Scholarship Weekend was held April 13-14 when more than 30 young men visited campus, took exams, and participated in interviews to determine the winners.

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Amity launches space centre

The Amity Space Set team comprising 12 students of Amity International School, Saket, has been declared as one of the Finalists for the International Space Settlement Design Competition (ISSDC) to be held at NASAs Johnson Space Centre located at Houston, Texas, USA, in July 2007. To promote scientific fervour and zeal amongst students, the Amity Science, Technology and Innovation Foundation (School Wing) has launched the Amity Aeronautics and Space Centre (AASC). It was inaugurated by Professor Yashpal, a veteran in Aerospace, Science and Technology.

TiasNimbas is an internationally top ranked business school focused on post-experience management education

TiasNimbas is an internationally top ranked business school focused on post-experience management education

TiasNimbas Scholarship
TiasNimbas is an internationally top ranked business school focused on post-experience management education and is the largest management school of its kind in the Netherlands. In honour of the 2Oh anniversary of the Utrecht campus of TiasNimbas business school, 20 scholarships of Euro 10,000 each are available for full-time MBA students. A scholarship is to be applied towards tuition fees and cannot be applied in any other way. Scholarships do not have any cash value other than in con¬nection with the reduction of the tuition fees to which the beneficiary of the scholarship is entitled.

Requirements: TiasNimbas MBA candidates who have been admitted to the full-time programme at the Utrecht location in the Netherlands. Candidates must write a 500 word essay stating why the candidate believes our MBA programme will help them achieve their ambitions.

To apply: To be considered for entry to the full-time MBA programme, you need to download the application form doc, fill it out and send it, together with relevant documents, see page four of the application form, to TiasNimbas business school, Kromme Nieuwegracht 39,3512 HD Utrecht. Postal address: PO Box 2040,3500 GA Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Submission: International students on the full-time programmes are strongly advised to submit their application by may 31, 2007.

Alfred University student receives Coca-Cola First Generation Scholarship

Alfred University student receives Coca-Cola First Generation Scholarship

Nicole Tates, a junior in the School of Art & Design at Alfred University, is one of 18 New York State residents to receive a Coca-Cola First Generation Scholarship this year.

Tates, a graduate of Grand Island Senior High School, is a daughter of Robert and Amy Tates of Grand Island.

Thanks to The Coca-Cola Foundation, students like Nicole at our member colleges and universities have the opportunity to be the first in their families to achieve a higher education, said Joseph Curtin, president of the Independent College Fund of New York (ICFNY). The Coca-Cola Foundation awarded the scholarships in partnership with ICFNY.

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Satya Bharti School Programme was recently launched in Punjab at Ladhowal village

School Programme
The Satya Bharti School Programme was recently launched in Punjab at Ladhowal village, by Parkash Singh Badal, chief minister of Punjab. Also present on the occasion was Rakesh Bharti Mittal, vice-chairman, Bharti Enterprises. Under the programme, Bharti Foundation,the philanthropic arm of Bharti Enterprises, will set up 100 village primary schools across Punjab. It aims to make available high-quality education to poor children, out-of-school children, migrant children and especially the girl child. Eight Satya Bharti primary schools and 21 community centres are already operational in Punjab with more than 1,200 children and over 100 teachers.

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Scholarship in memory of Indo-Canadian teacher

Scholarship in memory of Indo-Canadian teacher

A school in Canada has set up a scholarship fund in memory of an Indo-Canadian female teacher who was murdered last year. The annual scholarship will be provided to graduating students.

North Ridge elementary school in which Manjit Panghali taught announced Thursday that it has established the Manjit Panghali Memorial Fund.

The charred body of 30-year-old Panghali was found beside a road in Delta, a Vancouver suburb, last October, days after she had disappeared. She had gone to a prenatal yoga class Oct 18, but never returned.

More : indiaenews.com

Student wins scholarship

Student wins scholarship

A Malaspina International high school graduate wont be continuing her education at the university-college in Nanaimo next fall.

Thats because 16-year-old Fiona Wilson won a $2,000 entrance scholarship to Wilfred Laurier University in Waterloo, Ont., and an $18,000 Presidents Centennial scholarship.

The quarter system timetable used at the private high school enabled Wilson to finish her graduation requirements early with a grade point average of 3.93.

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IIM-Lucknow is all set to organise its annual business conclave, Manfest

IIM-Lucknow is all set to organise its annual business conclave, Manfest

B-FEST IIM-Lucknow is all set to organise its annual business conclave, Manfest 2007, from January 19. During this three-day showdown eminent management professionals and students from all around the world gather to exchange ideas and to update themselves on the latest developments in the world of management and leadership. Events such as Call For Arms – The Battle of B-Schools, Nirvaan – The B-Plan Contest, and Treatise -The International Thought Challe-nge are just a few highlights.

To introduce a different dimension to the portfolio of offerings made by different B-school events, this year a total of 25 events await the students across the nation, many of them to be played online.

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IUJ, Niigata, Japan, is a fully accredited Japanese private university under the ministry of education

IUJ, Niigata, Japan, is a fully accredited Japanese private university under the ministry of education

JAPAN SCHOLARSHIP
International University of Japan (IUJ), Niigata, Japan, is a fully accredited Japanese private university under the ministry of education, now called the ministry of education, culture, sports science and technology. Category A scholarships, are for courses at Graduate School of International Relations (GSIR) and Graduate School of International Management (GSIM). IUJ recommends candidates to scholarship providers from a pool of successful applicants at the time of admission.

Requirements: Non japanese IUJ applicants who do not have sufficient funds can apply. They need to submit an application for scholarships available for to IUJ, along with the complete application for admission. Asian Development Bank (ADB) scholarship applicants are expected to have at least two years of work experience in the public or private sector and must agree to return to their country after completion of their studies. Matsushita International Foundation (MIF) scholars are required to take Japanese language courses at IUJ,appropriate to their level, for a minimum of three terms before graduation. Candidates for the Mitsubishi Trust Yamamuro Memorial Scholarship Foundation (MTYM) shall aim to become engaged in business or study of science as a lifetime pursuit

Submission: February 23, 2007 for GSIR programmes; March 30, 2007 for GSIM programmes.

Hotel group funds scholarship

Hotel group funds scholarship

To encourage Baltimore high school students to pursue careers in the hospitality and tourism industry, the Hilton Hotels Corp. has created a $3 million college scholarship fund, making good on a pledge it made in 2005 after it was chosen to operate the city-owned convention center hotel.

The scholarship aid has been earmarked for students at the National Academy Foundation – in the Digital Harbor High School complex. They will be eligible for the scholarships beginning in the 2008-2009 school year. Hilton has pledged to make $200,000 available to the students annually over a 15-year period, city and Hilton officials said yesterday.

I hope this is a model for other corporations in other cities to follow, said William Holland, Hiltons vice president of human resources succession planning.

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British School, New Delhi, recently held its Annual University Fair

Annual university fair
The British School, New Delhi, recently held its Annual University Fair. Over 70 universities representing the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Hong Kong and India attended the event. Prior to the fair, the school also organised expert presentations by participant universities, which covered topics such as Writing the Essay for US Universities, Mock Admissions, % Recommendation Writing for Teachers and Counsellors, and so on. Students, parents and teachers attended the sessions. The fair was organised in collaboration with the Council of International Schools (CIS), a non-profit organisation that has been sponsoring undergraduate student recruitment tours worldwide for over 25 years. It was CIS Asias sixth trip to the sub-continent and its popularity has grown each year because of the growing importance of the Indian market. Apart from New Delhi, this years tour also covered Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore.

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GNL Education launches IQBUDDY.com

GNL Education Limited, a Delhi based company pioneered in launching Indias first interactive educational web portal iqbuddy.com, which offers an effective and engaging learning experience to teachers, students and their parents. According to Vishal Gupta, CEO, GNL Education, IQBUDDY.COM is a unique single pool of comprehensive and updated online resources created by highly efficient educators and teachers all across the globe where children have an access to a plethora of new facts and a variety of information. The portal uses technology that has been globally proven to increase students standard of understanding and helps to meet the requirements of school exercise

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DCWD opens scholarship program for 2007-08

DCWD opens scholarship program for 2007-08

THE Davao City Water District scholarship program for school year 2007-08 is now open to applicants who wish to enroll at the University of Southeastern Philippines, Obrero and Mintal campuses. The program has two categories — non-tribal and tribal.

For non-tribal, would-be high school graduates this year are invited to apply for this program provided they will meet the following requirements set by the screening committee: 1) must be between 15-21 years old, male or female; 2) must be fresh high school graduate; 4) must have an average of at least 85% and who belong to the top 20% of their class; 5) must have a CSAT raw score of at least 570; 6) parents must have an annual income of not more than P80,000 (based on Income Tax Return); and 7) all applicants mush comply with USP qualifying requirements.

The scholarship program for non-tribal covers degree and non-degree courses at the University of Southeastern Philippines, Obrero Campus.

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Podar International School, recently organised a seminar to raise awareness about the University of CIE curriculum

Talk on CIE curriculum
Podar International School, Mumbai, recently organised a seminar to raise awareness about the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) curriculum. The event was held to showcase the benefits of being a CIE registered school. The 25 participating school principals said that it provided an excellent opportunity to have a better understanding of the curriculum.

Informatica expands Informatica Corporation, a provider of data integration software has announced the expansion of its specialised training programmes on Informatica products through NUT centres in New Delhi. The expansion of these programmes will help address the growing demand for IT professionals who specialise in data integration tools.

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15 Zambo Norte studes hurdle DOST scholarship exam

15 Zambo Norte studes hurdle DOST scholarship exam

Fifteen students from the different towns and cities in Zamboanga del Norte made it in the scholarship examinations given in December last year by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).

Engr. Marcial R. Dahonan, provincial science and technology coordinator, bared that there were 131 graduating high school students who took the test in December from this province and only 15 successfully passed.

The successful examinees include Mark Jasper Cielo, Jurheen Insag, Lewey Jimoya, Jeazen Mae Quintero, Alcriss Tabiliran, Borjette John Villena, Jan Christian Malayang and Manuel Vic Lacaya of Dipolog City, Janino Gene Jatico and Haziel Marie Paculba of Dapitan City, Mark Jeznel Pantaleon of Rizal town, Feljore Tan and Jeanne Waren Tomogon of Katipunan, Ralph Anton Go of Polanco and Imari Jell Vidal of Roxas town.

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Newcastle Law School offers the following one-year taught Masters Programmes

Newcastle Indian scholarship
Newcastle Law School offers the following one-year taught Masters Programmes -LLM in environmental law and policy, LLM in international commercial law, LLM in international legal studies and LLM in international trade law. As a part of the universitys international programme of activities, the Newcastle Law School is running an essay writing competition to provide young, outstanding lawyers with the opportunity to pursue studies on one of the universitys taught LLM programmes mentioned above. It is looking to offer one scholarship of up to 50% of the tuition fees and two scholarships of up to £3000 reduction in fees.

Requirements: Candidates must have a law degree from a recognised Indian University or expect to obtain one by September 2007. In addition, candidates will need to achieve a minimum IELTS score of 7.0 for admission to the university. The prizes will be awarded to the students who produce the highest quality essays displaying a degree of legal acumen and who meet the entry requirements for the universitys LLM programmes. The essay topic is. The law has a crucial role to play in facilitating economic development in India, Discuss.The maximum word limit is 3000.

To apply: Use the online application procedure. Completed essay, copy of your resume and education transcripts should be submitted to the university. You may also contact Gemma

Submission: June 1,2007.

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Sandarshika At Dpsgv

Sandarshika At Dpsgv

Sandarshika At DpsgvStudents of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara, spread the message that technology was not only gadgets and machines but also the practical application of scientific knowledge through art, craft and machines. In ‘Sandarshika’ -the theme of technology integration was brought home by the extensive work done by students at all levels. Classes from nursery — XII displayed their aesthetic and creative abilities.

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Gyan Mandir Public School, Naraina Celebrated

Gyan Mandir Public School, Naraina Celebrated

Gyan Mandir Public School, Naraina celebrated its annual fete on Nov 19. Students presented a beauti¬ful amalgamation of orchestra, song and dance, showcasing their passion for music and rich cultural heritage. The mouth watering pockets friendly dishes and lucky draw were the attractions of the day. The students were also awarded for academic and co-curricular excellence. The chief guest. Dr. R A Yadav, deputy director NCT of Delhi district appreciated all for the grand event.

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Gujarat school upgrades to GUS

Singapore-based Global Indian Education Foundation announced its collaboration with Kakubhai Parikh School, Gandhidham, to upgrade it to international standards. The move results in the Central Board of Secondary Education-affiliated school being converted into GIIS (Global Indian International School) Gandhidham, the second Indian school to join the league after one in Pune. The school plans to provide hostel facility while foundation intends to give scholarships to students.

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