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BIM students get jobs they aspired for

Forty-one companies representing 15 industries made 137 offers for 118 students of Bharathidasan Institute of Management (BIM) this year. The average cost to company was Rs.8.15 lakh and the highest Rs.13 lakh. More importantly, students got the jobs they aspired for. With a focus on creating managers with competence and leaders with integrity, the BIM has structured the PGP to enable students to discover their strengths, develop areas of interest and convert their passion into a career, according to BIM Director A. Nagarajan.

The placement process at BIM began with personality exploration, numerous counselling sessions and gradual discovery of interests and expertise. The process also included personality growth laboratory, psychometric tests and frequent interaction with industry stalwarts to enable students to make informed choices, said S Sundar, placement chairman.

Like others, Nitin Verma and Mandeep Kaur placed with Bharti Realty Ltd., at New Delhi and EXIM Bank, Mumbai, have got the jobs they had in mind before admission to the MBA programme.

Protyay Pramanik who is placed with Asian Paints, Mumbai, is as much delighted with the opportunity to play the role of a leader from day one.

The industry mix, Mr. Sundar said, opened up for students a variety of options to choose from. “At BIM we have always focused on finding the right fit between a student's strengths and the demands of the role. This year's process was characterised by the ‘dream option' made available to every student,” he said.


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Educational Expo at Shrimati Indira Gandhi College - April 21 & 22

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AIEEE Mock Test

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Over 250 companies select 974 NIT-T students through campus recruitment

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Over 250 companies have recruited 94.3 per cent of undergraduates and 83.22 per cent of postgraduates at National Institute of Technology–Tiruchi, this year.

The recruited candidates comprise 593 undergraduates and 381 postgraduates. The highest offer for the UG programme was from Facebook, worth more than Rs.56 lakh per annum, N.Anantharaman, Dean–Academic, NIT-T, said on Wednesday.

The institute received Rs.6.25 crore funding for 19 projects during 2011-12. Currently, 140 projects involving a total funding of Rs.33.5 crore by major agencies including DST, CSIR and UKERI (UK- India Education Research Initiative) were under implementation, Dr.Anantharaman said, presenting a report on the academic and research excellence during the institute day function. The Institute carried out 42 consultancy assignments and other testing services valued at Rs.82 lakh during the year, he said.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 330531.ece


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NIT-T teams up with UK varsity

National Institute of Technology–Tiruchi (NIT-T) and Brunel University, UK, have embarked on a project on ‘Management Capacity Development of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), under the UK-India Education Research Initiative.

The project will aim at comprehensive development of the management capacity of SMEs to manage current businesses better and exploit business opportunities in overseas market

BHEL, Tiruchi, BHEL Small Industries' Association (BHELSIA), Indian Institute of Management–Tiruchi (IIM-T), and Uxbridge College, UK, constitute other partners of the project of 30- month duration.

More @ http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 326652.ece


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Budding engineers showcase air-fuelled vehicle

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Mechanical engineering students of Mookambigai College of Engineering have added an interesting dimension to ‘green mobility'.

By designing a vehicle fuelled by compressed air, a group of students say they have ultimately identified feasible, cheap and non-polluting alternative to petrol, diesel, liquid petroleum gas, and other non-renewable fuels. Since air is easily available as a renewable source, the students: Sajja Saikrishna, K.Sathish Kumar, J. Jerald Regis, and U. Uadav Krishna, who have designed the vehicle, are certain that since air was easily available as a renewable source, the concept, in the event of gaining ground, would help in safeguarding the ozone layer the depletion of which lead to acid rains.

The vehicle emits only air and there is no question of emission of harmful gases such as nitrogen oxide and sulphur oxide. It is cost-effective too: the three-wheeled vehicle could be fabricated at a cost of Rs.20,000, much cheaper than that of a moped.

Ten-bar pressure of compressed air was filled in the test vehicle and a partial amount of exhaust air was recycled to obtain extra-efficiency.

To power the vehicle, students modified a four-stroke engine into a two-stroke reciprocating engine, which act as air motor. Otherwise, cost of air motor is high. The magneto coil that produces electric power when the engine is switched on is sufficient for head light, tail light and other aesthetics, the students explain, adding that the need for a separate battery does not arise. They do agree that some modifications are required for speed regulation, since the speed is now determined by the force of the compressed air, for the vehicle to cause a revolution.


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Over 1,300 candidates write IIT entrance exam in Tiruchi

Over 1,300 candidates from the central region appeared for the IIT Joint Entrance Exam at three centres in Tiruchi.

At the National Institute of Technology – Tiruchi, there were 450 candidates. The numbers of candidates were 467 at E.R. Higher Secondary School and 400 at EVR Periyar Government Arts and Science College. Of the over 5.5 lakh candidates who appeared for the exam at over 1,000 centres across the country, about 8,500 were from Tamil Nadu.

There were two question papers, each of three hours duration. Both papers consisted of three separate sections on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Questions were of objective type designed to test comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability of candidates.

The number of aspirants has risen by about one lakh this year for the 9,618 seats in 15 IITs. A number of other educational institutions also consider JEE scores for admission. The exam this year is likely to be the last as the Ministry of Human Resource Development proposes to introduce a common examination for admission to all centrally-funded engineering institutions from 2013.

Candidates can view the answer keys of IIT-JEE 2012 on JEE websites from May 7. On or after May 18, they can know their All India Ranks / Category ranks through the websites.

Candidates intending to join B.Arch. (Architecture) courses will be required to qualify in an aptitude test to be conducted at all zonal IITs on June 3, 2012. The seat allotment, however, will be based on JEE ranks. The aptitude test will consist of one paper of three hours duration. Candidates have to register online for the test from May 25 to 30.


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Learning the ropes of leadership

How about experiencing leadership rather than just studying it through case studies and role play?

Bharathidasan Institute of Management (BIM) could infuse leadership into 32 students who had chosen an elective course on ‘Leaders and Leadership', introduced to equip them with the attributes that recruiters readily look for.

To create the simulated environment, the students were tasked with climbing Mount Everest in six groups.

There were roles to play for each student as doctors, marathoners, environmentalists et al.

Exposed to respiratory problems and frost bites, they had to move forward by making strategic decisions, and, in the process, realise individual and group goals, according to core faculty member Abhishek Kumar who teaches Leadership and Brand Management.

In such a situation, it was easier for the students in teams that did not succeed well relatively to understand where things went wrong. Such teams were subsequently asked to introspect, and it turned out to be that the collective decisions had gone wrong as they had been imposed by assertive individuals.

The students were also put through thematic apperception test, similar to the one conducted by the Army for admitting candidates for National Defence Academy.

Pictures of leaders were shown and students were expected to describe the personalities. After this exercise of reflection, compilation and condensation, the students participated in chair-arrangement exercise.

The subsequent activity was watching and analysing two movies: 12 Angry Men, a gripping examination of a diverse group of 12 jurors; and Invictus, the sports drama film in which Morgan Freeman, who plays the role of anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela, strategically plans to use rugby tournament to bring black and white South Africans together.

It was followed by analysis of the award-winning real-life case study: A Tale of Two CEOs.

These activities were meant to reinforce the respect for traditions.

Interacting later with leaders with different leadership styles: autocratic, benevolent, democratic and contextual, and situational and contingency, further broadened their perspectives.

Vision, communication, values and ethics, inspiration, and being agents of change were the five factors that stood out ultimately. Students could then make out how the whole could be greater than the sum of its parts, explained Prof. Abhishek.

On their part, G. Anand Babu, Mithun Shankar, Thiagarajan and Protyay Pramanick, who were part of the expedition teams, felt they were now in a better position to decipher the dynamics of practical leadership challenges in organisations.


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