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2016 Project Launch by DHARITRI- TAPMI Centre for Inclusive Gr...

Email Story Feedback Manipal: DHARITRI- TAPMI Centre for Inclusive Growth in co-operation with the Udupi District Administration will be launching the 2016 Projects on the 13th September 2016; 5.00 pm. The Chief Guest- Hon. President, Zilla ... India Education, 2 weeks ago

Unique tree park at Udupi aims to increase green cover

UDUPI: A unique tree park was opened at Badagabettu reserve forest, near TAPMI on Monday, by the forest department. Udupi range forest officer said the tree park aims at increasing the green cover in urban areas, especially at Manipal. This is a ...
 Times of India1 month ago

CAT 2016: More women candidates apply to IIMs; account for 50% of increased applicants

CAT 2016 registrations after recording all time high number of 232434 since 2010 has also marked an increase of 7000 more women applicants over last year Related Articles If we look at the total increase in the applications compared to last ...
 MBAUniverse.com1 day ago
Times of India

Natarajan takes over as IRMA's new director

VADODARA: Dr R C Natarajan has taken over as new director of the Institute of Rural Management, Anand (IRMA). Natarajan is an alumnus of the institute. Dr Natarajan who took charge on September 21 has replaced professor Jeemol Unni who had served ...
 Times of India1 week ago Dr RC Natrajan to head IRMA  Economic Times1 week ago
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Best B-schools 2016: Ranks 11-25

Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai Established as the Sir Dorabji Tata Graduate School of Social Work, it was renamed to TISS in 1964. The institution enjoys a deemed university status and the institution's prime vision is to ...
 People Matters2 weeks ago

Coordinate to improve Railways

Various wings of the Indian Railways need to coordinate amongst themselves for the translation of their recent decentralisation efforts to palpable results. Much has been written about the short tenure of CRB and railway board (RB) members to effectively ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago A load too heavy for the Indian Railways  Rediff.com1 month ago

CAT 2016: Dont skip any topic - may slide behind; devise plan to practice on each one

CAT 2016 aspirants should devise preparation plan to practice on each of the important or even less important topics Related Articles CAT 2016 is taking forward the changes introduced by IIM Ahmedabad last year and therefore IIM Bangalore is ...
 MBAUniverse.com1 month ago

Key lessons for the Railways to turn profitable

Even as several trains have more than 200 waitlisted passengers every day, running some trains with so many vacant seats is a criminal waste of the scarce resource, says Ramakrishnan T S. Part 1: A load too heavy for the Indian Railways Rationalise passenger transport to gain freight traffic IMAGE: The share of passenger traffic in ordinary trains decreased from 37.5 per cent in 2005-06 to 28.42 per cent in 2014-15. Photograph: Reuters     The capacity released thus would help ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Admissions open for course in Gandhian and Peace Studies

Admissions for the third batch of the certificate course in Gandhian and Peace Studies is open now and the last date for submitting applications is August 29. The course is conducted by the Centre for Gandhian and Peace Studies of Manipal ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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