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Mumbai university declares TYBCom results
Hindustan Times

Ruia college selected under UGC's Kaushal scheme

Education HT Mumbai Newspapers Mumbai, July 10 -- Ramnarain Ruia College, Matunga, became the only college from the city to be selected under the Kaushal scheme of the University Grants Commission (UGC). The scheme was introduced to implement ... HT Syndication, 3 weeks ago
Mumbai university declares TYBCom results Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
Panel to submit names of 5 V-C hopefuls today Times of India, 1 month ago

Ruia gets Rs 4cr to promote skill-based programmes

Ramnarain Ruia College in Matunga bagged a grant of Rs 3.65 crore from the University Grants Commission (UGC) under the ambitious `KAUSHAL' scheme to promote skill-based courses among students and make them employable.
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Mumbai University approves autonomy for Somaiya, Ruia

The academic council of Mumbai University approved the autonomy sought by Ramnarain Ruia and S K Somaiya colleges on Friday.
 Times of India1 month ago

Viral fevers on the rise in Tirupati

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Strange it may sound, but the truth is that many villagers who have contracted dengue are unaware of the fact that it is caused by mosquitoes. There is a steady flow of patients suffering from Visha ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Times of India

Saravle - the Konkani Muslim pasta!

Saravle, a Konkani Muslim pasta with roots in 13th century poems, is fit to offer the gods and gift brides. Mohsina Mukadam has always been curious about India's culinary history. A food historian and head of the History department at Ramnarain ...
 Times of India1 month ago Poetry-worthy pasta  Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

90 % and above cutoffs have Under Graduate students jittery

Mumbai : The UG (undergraduate) cut offs in popular colleges for prominent streams has gone through the roof, veering between 96 and 97 per cent. As against last year, the cutoff percentage has witnessed an increase of three to four per cent in ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago

- Mushrooms - Good health under nature's own umbrella

Introduction Mushrooms represent nature's untapped and singularly emphatic repository of nutritious and palatable foods. They are known as the "meat" of the vegetarians. A mushroom is the fleshy, spore-bearing fruiting body of fungus, typically ...
 FnBnews.com1 month ago

Community Colleges being set up for skill-based education

The 12th Five Year Plan of the then-Planning Commission has also laid special emphasis on the expansion of skill-based programmes in higher education. One of the greatest assets that India can reap benefits from in the near future is our ...
 DNA India1 month ago

The 'Art' of Choosing

Contemplating which subjects to opt for in the arts' stream? Don't sweat. speaks to a few experts to help you decide Shutterstock A degree in Arts is a whole new adventure, but choosing the right subject combination can be tricky.
 DNA India1 month ago

Rising numbers of students eyeing civil services, says SIAC data

Some of the well-known officers who took training from SIAC are late Hemant Karkare, IPS officer, Sadanand Date, IPS officer, and Bhushan Gagrani, IAS. Like the engineering and medical streams, the civil services are becoming an ...
 DNA India2 months ago
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