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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:08 am 
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Students visit Infosys Development Centre

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Gainful insights into corporate work culture, learning environment, services offered to global customers, and leading edge technologies were gained by 120 pre-final computer science and engineering students of MAM College of Engineering after they visited Infosys Development Centre at Mahindra World City, Chennai, recently.

The ‘Campus Connect’ visit was an industry-academia exercise aimed at building bonds and a strong foundation for meeting mutual requirements, in conformity with the MoU the college had signed with Infosys five years ago.

MAMCE is one of the 60 colleges nationwide to partner the initiative for aligning engineering talent to industry needs, according to principal M.A. Maluk Mohamed.

The Infosys Spark programme was a day-long exploratory exercise to demystify the working of an IT business enterprise to students. Accompanied by fraculty members, the students spent five to six hours in observing the IT services delivery environment. The programme intends to create global human resources capable of handling job positions demanding internationally acclaimed skills.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 7:45 am 
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Beat boxing, salsa, popping, skateboarding, ultimate Frisbee… Workshops on these topics figure in the latest addition to the events constituting Festember 2012, slated for formal start on Thursday at National Institute of Technology – Tiruchi with the inaugural address by ace director Gautham Menon followed by a performance by veena player Punya Srinivas.

The additions this year also include an online photography competition and a fashion show promoting the country’s ethnic culture. The other firsts of Festember ’12 were an open air theatre, Festember Social Responsibility, and the curtain raiser held in Chennai on September 15. The FSR reflected in the ‘Greendeavour Rally’ at Marina Beach to promote environmental consciousness. Under the Gold Dustbin initiative, waste materials from every room in the hostels were collected and disposed. In the run up to the cultural festival, students also visited Synthika Trust Office in Lalgudi for celebrating the birthdays of 55 physically challenged children and arranging for them a free medical check up.

The ‘festival in September’ spanning four days has been serving for decades as a unique platform for students to exhibit their talent in literary and cultural spheres, and compete with the country’s best. Andrea Jeremiah, Suraj Jagan, Agam, Benny Dayal’s Groone No. 3, Evam and Robo Shankar are all set to mesmerise audiences, say the student organizers who anticipate 7,000 student visitors from 120 colleges. The event will be completely handled by the academically brilliant students who rank top in multi-skills as well, excelling in performing arts and music, NIT-T Director S. Sundarrajan told media persons on Wednesday.

The Rs.43 lakh event powered by Nimbuzz is supported by NIT-T to the tune of Rs.25 lakh. The rest was mobilized by students from sponsors Aircel, Cadbury 5 star, Coco Cola, Asus, Elcot and Canara Bank. The 50 student-organized events are in the genres of Culturals, Theatrics, English Literary, Hindi Literary, Tamil Literary and Arts. The culturals include Chore-nite, Sruthilaya (Eastern Classical singing and instrumental), Tarangini (Indian cinema music), Gig A Hertz (Western rock band competition) and Free style solo dance. Quiz, crossword, dumb C, Pixie will be held in English, Hindi as well as Tamil. Besides, events like paintball, zorbing, lan games and minute to win it are some among the plethora of informal events. At stake are prizes worth Rs.25 lakh. For complete event details and registrations, visit http://www.festember.com/12.


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hi friends ! good morning.

here is one of the best articles regarding TRICHY ----EDUCATIONAL HUB OF TAMIL NADU and how the city is growing as an awesome giant in retail, education sector. :D



it also says that TRICHY ------The Safe Place in Tamil nadu :D :D


wow ! very , very happy to read such an article, goose bumps on my skin to see trichy as an educational hub and its awesome growth and potential in all sectors. :D :D

here is the copy. enjoy reading it.



source: TIMES OF INDIA

http://articles.timesofindia.indiati...ty-development



Trichy, a hub of educational institutions


Nuvena Rajendran, TNN Aug 10, 2012, 12.00AM IST


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TOI takes a look at how the city has transformed into a bustling student hub, hosting some of the most prestigious institutions...

Trichy is traditionally known to be a sleepy town on the banks of the River Cauvery. What one would also notice in recent years is how the city has grown to be a major learning centre with nationally recognized institutes foraying into the district. It has been a hub for student opportunities which are plenty given the thriving industrial giants that have called Trichy home.



The increased B-Schools, engineering and medical colleges has ensured that the city has become a popular destination with many students from across the nation. The welcoming nature of the city has ensured that everyone who has opted to make Trichy their home never feels isolated. The added benefit is that the students and the colleges have also played a vital role in enticing more students to head to this town in Tamil Nadu.


"I feel that Trichy is an excellent place for studies even to students of foreign origin. We have people from countries like Nepal in class and they feel as welcome in this town as us. The people of the city are very friendly and since the city is not essentially a busy one everyone here is only too eager to help. There is no question of getting lost in the city since you could always ask the man in the roadside to direct you to your hostel who would do that without grudging," says Poornima Ravindran, an engineering student.


While it may not provide the students as many options like the metro cities do, the students still feel they've enough to keep themselves occupied in the city. Preethi Venkatesh, a medical college student tells, that "Trichy is a very student-friendly place with a reasonable number of places for entertainment and fun. The students from other parts of the country also needn't worry about their safety since the city boasts of a very quiet atmosphere compared to other metros which students usually prefer."

The changing trends, the growing number of branded stores have all paved way to a large student population who seem to be happy with the scenario. Quiz Geslin Reeba George, an architecture student, "When we initially came here five years back, there used to be just one store where we could shop, few ice cream parlors and no Hindi movie releases but now, it has become much better. I feel that this change is enough because if there is too much of an exposure students would fail to concentrate on the most important task of studying."


Trichy has grown to be one of the safest cities in the state and one which welcomes newcomers with open arms. There is something for everyone in the city which houses many refreshing zones, libraries and shopping complexes. The city also helps in the all-round development of students with various institutes providing coaching for competitive exams, foreign languages and personality development - in short everything a student would look for in a city!


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TRICHY-----------------Educational Hub,,,Mecca of Fabrication and TRZ-- Rising International Star


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திருச்சி, : திருச்சி தேசிய தொழில்நுட்ப கழக (என்ஐடி) மேலாண்மை கல்வித்துறை சார்பில் வணிக மேலாண்மை மற்றும் தகவல் தொழில்நுட்ப ஆலோசனை குறித்த பயிலரங்கம் நடந்தது. என்ஐடி முதல்வர் செல்வராஜ் தலைமை வகித்தார். காக்னிசென்ட் நிறுவன மூத்த இயக்குநர் காமேஷ், டாடா கன்சல்டன்சி நிறுவன சிவகுமார், பிளக்ஸ்ட்ரோனிக்ஸ் சிவ பத்மநாபன், விப்ரோ ஜாஸ்விந்தர், பாரத் சீனிவாசன், குமரவேல் ராமநாதன், சிண்டல் கார்த்திக், சிவ பாலகிருஷ்ணன், இன்போசிஸ் சந்தானகிருஷ்ணன் ஆகியோர் உட்பட முன்னணி நிறுவனங்களின் ஆலோசகர்கள் வணிக மேலாண்மை குறித்து விளக்கினர். பயிலரங்கை பேராசிரியர் கண்ணபிரான் ஒருங்கிணைத்தார்.


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Cauvery College girls bag trophy at symposium

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Cauvery College for Women won the overall championship trophy at the competitions conducted as part of the State-level inter collegiate technical symposium ‘Electrofest 2012’ held at MIET Arts and Science College here recently. The symposium was organised by Department of Physics and Electronics of the college. Seethalakshmi Ramaswamy College bagged the runner up trophy.

Students from different colleges enthusiastically participated and displayed their talents in events including paper presentation, poster presentation, ad-mad, project eureka, quiz, debate, creative writing etc.

Suhasini Ernest, head of Department of Physics of Urumu Dhanalakshmi College, was chief guest and spoke on the importance of scientific research in nation building. She gave away prizes to the winners.

P. M. Mansure, principal, presided over the valediction.


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NAAC accreditation prompts colleges to upgrade quality benchmarks

With the University Grants Commission linking sanction of grants to compulsory accreditation by National Assessment and Accreditation Council, higher educational institutions here are going in for re-accreditation with zeal.

Only NAAC accredited institutions are chosen under College with Potential for Excellence scheme.

Once a NAAC peer team visits the college, the management gets to know more about the strengths and weaknesses and focus their future attention appropriately, say college principals.

Colleges are prompted to set higher benchmarks when the visiting NAAC peer team determines the quality of the journals, particularly the impact factor of the journals in which the publications are made.

Motivating teachers

The teachers get motivated to win as many minor and major projects as they can, and improve their bio-data. According to K. Anbarasu, Principal, National College, of the 10 major projects that the college was awarded by funding agencies, three were awarded last year alone. Last year, the college was re-accredited with ‘A’ grade. It was rated with 3.34 CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average).

Over the last fortnight, Bharathidasan University and Holy Cross College were re-accredited with ‘A’ grade. Seethalakshmi Ramaswami College was the latest to be re-accredited with ‘A’ grade. According to the college principal Kanaka Bhashyam, the NAAC peer team was impressed by the academic ambience in the campus.

Colleges develop mechanisms for quality assurance within the academic and administrative systems. The Internal Quality Assurance Cells and Research Committee play a key role in ensuring quality.

The quality-consciousness is what drives colleges to create fine mechanisms for utilisation of development funds, evaluate teaching-learning practices, and integrate reforms on a periodic basis into the research activities.

Principals say that encouraging faculty members to take part in national and international seminars, conferences and workshops has stood them in good stead.

The teachers constantly share best practices, and disseminate the acquired expertise and knowledge.


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Refresher course

The Tiruchi Chapter of Indian Institute of Metals has announced a four-day refresher course on ‘Processing of 9 Cr I Mo (Grade 91) steels from September 26 to 29 on its premises at BHEL Township.

Syllabus

In a press release, N. Rajasekaran, chapter treasurer, said the course will cover metallurgy of the material, the code requirements, forming characteristics, hat treatment of ally materials, weldability, fabrication, field welding, residual life assessment, and non destructive testing with case studies.

For registrations, visittmaqiim@gmail.comor dial 0431 2572988/ 094425 03065, the release added.


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‘A’ grade for Holy Cross College

The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has re-accredited Holy Cross College with ‘A’ grade in the third cycle of accreditation.

College principal Rev. Sr. Jesuin Francis, said in a press release that the college has been awarded 3.5 points on a four-point scale.


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NAAC re-accredits Bharathidasan University with ‘A’ grade

Bharathidasan University has retained ‘A’ grade after the re-accreditation by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).

A NAAC peer team visited the university at the start of this month to validate the self-study report that was presented by the university last year.

Vice Chancellor K. Meena said that the team acquainted itself with the strengths and areas requiring focus for quality assurance. The assessment was made based on parameters such as curriculum, teaching-learning and evaluation, research consultancy and extension, infrastructure and learning resources, student activities, governance, and innovative practices, the Vice Chancellor said in a press release.

In a four-point scale, the NAAC has given a score of 3.16 for the university.

In the first cycle of accreditation with validity for a five-year term from 2003 to 2008, Bharathidasan University, with a score of 86.5 per cent, was ranked first among the State universities.

More @ http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 905830.ece


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Young perspective on social issues at cultural meet

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“Who will take care of me?” was the anguished plea of a wrinkled woman. “Where am I to go?” was the powerless cry of a girl stranded on the street. Though set apart by ages, old age home inmates and street children are both helpless and neglected, a fact that came across strongly through a documentary and puppetry at the state-level cultural meet exclusively for social work students organised by Bishop Heber College.

Organised by the postgraduate and research department of social work, ‘Catharsis 2012’ saw 400 prospective social workers from 13 colleges in the State bring a young perspective to contemporary social issues.

Students were conscious in talking about issues not in the abstract but in specific in refreshing portrayals in 18 theme-based events.

The winning entries of the documentary contest on ‘old age’ drew the spotlight on familiar faces in the city that one may pass by without a second thought - the old man shrivelled up at the bus stand or the frail woman hunched up near a church.

The camera followed them capturing how society treats its elderly population, their meaningless routines at old age homes, their struggle to accomplish simple tasks like mounting two steps to open a door and the feeling of loneliness despite living together.

Colourful puppets told the tale of how children orphaned, driven by alcoholism at home or estranged by accident, end up making the roads their home.

A child’s plight that ‘there is no one to look after me’, becomes an excuse to be exploited, beaten up, molested and pushed into criminal activity.

Children who run away to escape hellish life at home often fall into a more vicious trap, was the recurrent theme. Among other events scheduled for two days, ‘free association’ saw students take on satirical, witty and irreverent takes on subjects of contemporary relevance like stress, corporate culture and impact of gaming.

Students explored themes like corruption, criminal activity, pollution and water scarcity through poster presentation, mime, photography and collage.

While song and choreography ran the whole gamut of social issues, a quiz and dumb charades touched upon activists, scams and issues in the news.

Earlier, Senthil Kumar Gopalan, managing trustee, PAYIR Trust, inaugurated the event. A.Relton, head of department, was the convenor.


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