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Certified Advanced Digital Marketing Course

C/O.Technopad Institute
Flat No 202, 2nd Floor, Sri Swathi Anukar Complex, above ICICI ATM,
From: Saturday, January 17, 2015
To: Sunday, February 15, 2015
Timings: 10 : 0 AM - 10 : 0 PM
Ticket Price: 8000-25000
Contact: 9390249172
Description: Digital Nest’s  Advanced Digital Marketing Training Course Curriculum is prepared according to the current industry standards.The entire course will not only be theoretical but hands on practical method of training.The Program is designed to provide professionals at all stages, the tools necessary to create, implement, manage, and monitor successful Digital marketing strategies to attract and retain customers and clients, increase revenues, and enhance online traffic and reputation.We will make sure that you are ready to crack the job by the end of the course

Future Sastra 2K15

Dhulapally Post via Hakimpet
From: Friday, January 30, 2015
To: Saturday, January 31, 2015
Timings: 9 : 15 AM - 5 : 0 PM
Ticket Price: 200
Contact: +91 40 64631994 +91 40 64631199 9550108472,9908334264,9000180136
Description: Event Details:
It is a 7th National Level Technical Symposium

Events in Hyderabad :
National conference on Innovations in “Electronics and Communication Engineering”, Poster Presentation on Technical Advancements in Medical Application, Project Expo, Electro JAM, MemoryMaze, Kaun Banega Techno Expert(KBTE),Hardware Design Context,Young Manager,Product Launch and Add making,Logic Mantra,Best Orator,Carrier Guidance and Counseling


Technical Antakshari, Link to Click , Java Quiz, Code Mantra,
National conference on Innovations in Computer Science and Information technology”, Poster Presentation on “Microsoft Business Intelligence”
C-Skills, Web Design Context, Mock Interview, Anglo mania, Miss Future Sastra, Story Building

National conference on Innovations in Electrical and
Electronics Engineering, Poster Presentation on Power CRISIS, Project Expo,
Grid Building, Electric JAM
Last Dates for Registration: 28 Jan 2015
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Vignan University, Vadlamudi, Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh
From: Friday, January 30, 2015
To: Saturday, January 31, 2015
Timings: 9 : 30 AM - 7 : 0 PM
Ticket Price: 200
Contact: 94934 87074
Description: Vignan Mahotsav, the institution's annual and national level youth festival is a unique initiative undertaken to promote & showcase the innate talents possessed by budding professionals not only across engineering colleges of A.P.but from neighbouring states as well.

Verba Maximus 2015

BITS, Pilani - Hyderabad Campus Jawahar Nagar, Shameerpet Mandal, Hyderabad, 500078
From: Saturday, January 31, 2015
To: Sunday, February 01, 2015
Timings: 9 : 30 AM - 7 : 0 PM
Ticket Price: free
Contact: 89850387501
Description: The English Language Activities' Society of BITS Pilani Hyderabad Campus is pleased to present the fourth edition of its annual Literary Festival, Verba Maximus '15. As a part of our two day extravaganza, participants from all across the country will join us for a plethora of literary themed events on 31st January and 1st February 2015.

ELAN 2015

IIT Hyderabad
From: Friday, February 06, 2015
To: Sunday, February 08, 2015
Timings: 9 : 0 AM - 5 : 0 PM
Ticket Price: not mentioned
Contact: +91-9491879270

Event Details:
ELAN, a panache wired with undying enthusiasm, a world where men and women are not merely players, they are the core part of it. It is a world where people will be overwhelmed to enter but never think of exit. A world in which one always learns, unlearns and re-learns from ever changing conditions. Unlike last editions, this time we formulated ourselves to achieve absolute triumph with LEGOLAND as our theme .With a notion to explore both traits of an individual; we are back with much more mesmerizing features hooked up with captivating events. One never realises value of a moment unless it becomes a memory, so gear up to carry loads of memories being a part of our fest.

Talentine 2K15

KG Reddy college of Engineering and Technology
Moinabad, R.R Dist.
From: Wednesday, February 25, 2015
To: Saturday, February 28, 2015
Timings: 8 : 0 AM - 12 : 0 PM
Ticket Price: 50-800
Contact: 9396555888
Description: Talentine is the Annual celebration of Engineering, Science and Technology organized by the students of KG Reddy College of Engineering. The level of enthusiasm shown by the young engineering professionals, and the resulting magnificent ideas from it is Talentine. A world in which one always learns, unlearns and re-learns from ever changing conditions.

Felicity 2015

IIIT Hyderabad
From: Saturday, February 28, 2015
To: Saturday, February 28, 2015
Timings: 9 : 0 AM - 5 : 0 PM
Ticket Price: No fee

Event Details:
International Institute Of Information Technology, Hyderabad Is Delighted To Announce The 14th Edition Of Our Annual Techno-Cultural Fest, "Felicity 2015" To Be Held In February, 20th-22nd. This Year We Hope To Awaken The Inner Child Through A Language Truly Remarkable In Its Simplicity, Which Is Easy To Understand And Knows No Bounds In Expression, A Universal Language With Fans In Every Age-Group. This Language - “Animatia” - Will Be Used To Create A Pseudo-Reality Where People Can Enjoy Three Days Of Unadulterated Fun And Freedom.

Total wipeout of Andhra Pradesh history from Telangana school books ‘petty’: Experts
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
The curriculum revision committee has been asked to delete all mentions of  AP
The curriculum revision committee has been asked to delete all mentions of AP

Hyderabad: While aspects related to Andhra Pradesh will not figure in school books of Telangana, the move is leading to some resentment in academic circles.

Even a few members of the committee constituted to revise the curriculum opine in private that such restructuring is not a good move in the long term.

They say that the move could arouse further parochial feelings. The changes have been suggested by the revision committee to be made to the state school curriculum in Telangana on the direction of the state government.

These include the wholesale wiping out of Andhra Pradesh history and geography from the texts and substituting them with those of Telangana.

While the move per se is judicious, it raises questions if education should be bound by borders and if a co-existence of values and history of both states should not be taught to children.

“It is not right to totally wipe out AP from the texts because there are many things in AP, which are not present here, that all students should learn about.

For example, AP has coastal areas. Such aspects should be taught here,” a Telangana State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT) official said.

A senior academician, asking not to be identified, called the move ‘petty’ and said it would only partially project history.

Former vice-chancellor of Acharya Nagarjuna University, Prof. V. Bala Mohan Das, said the move would arouse parochial feelings.

“This is definitely going to lead to parochial feelings. Students and learning shouldn’t be confined to regions. They are the sons of the soil but that doesn’t mean they completely ignore their neighbours.”

Prof. Das, however, added that it was right to learn about the culture and history of Telangana, but it should be at a moderate level.

Even in terms of the Telugu language, some members of the revision committee feel that wholesale changes don’t augur well for students and may not even be possible.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150127/nation-current-affairs/article/total-wipeout-andhra-pradesh-history-%E2%80%98petty%E2%80%99-experts

Telangana’s new textbooks to drop Andhra Pradesh
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
All references to Andhra Pradesh have been deleted from the social sciences and literature texts.
All references to Andhra Pradesh have been deleted from the social sciences and literature texts.

Hyderabad: Textbooks based on the new Telangana curriculum will go to print in mid February after final approval from Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao.

Sources privy to the curriculum revision process informed that all references to Andhra Pradesh have been deleted from the social sciences and literature texts.

The drafts will be shown to the Chief Minister by this month end for his suggestions after which the final version will go to print.

In its poll manifesto, TRS had promised that the geographical, cultural and literary aspects of Telangana would be incorporated into the school curriculum.

As reported in these columns earlier, the TRS government had directed the curriculum revision committee to delete all references to Andhra Pradesh.

Official sources informed that the directive has been stuck to and changes have accordingly been made in the texts of all classes.

However, textbooks of Class IX and X may not be changed now considering continuity issues. A decision on this will be taken by the chief minister.

The major changes are in social sciences, which includes history and Geography, and Telugu, which includes literature.

History will only be focussed on Telangana with hardly any references to Andhra Pradesh. It also contains chapters about the Asaf Jahis and rulers prior to that.

Sources said there are only passing remarks about the Nizam, which are also quite neutral. “The Nizam did some good things and some bad things. The texts only contain facts which are very neutral,” sources said.

Geography will also be wholly about Telangana and will not have any specific reference to Andhra Pradesh. The texts do have chapters on the overall geography of the country, which will be continued as they are obviously with changes in the maps.

“Everything about Andhra Pradesh has been removed. There is nothing at all about the neighbouring state. Geography will only be about Telangana.

In Telugu, all Andhra poets or chapters about them have been removed and Telangana literature is substituted,” sources said.

Telangana State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT) director S. Jagannath Reddy said, “The work on the curriculum is almost complete. Education minister Jagdish Reddy will show the revised texts to Chief Minister between January 27 and 31. 

His suggestions will also be incorporated and by February 15, we expect printing to begin.” It remains to be seen how the Chief Minister reacts to the changes.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150127/nation-education/article/telangana%E2%80%99-new-textbooks-drop-andhra-pradesh

Telangana State readies education plan to seek funding
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Representational image
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HyderabadThe Telangana State government is preparing a new comprehensive State Higher Education Plan (SHEP) to present the true picture of the sector in the state and press for funding from the Centre towards capacity building and infrastructure development.
However, the state is running against time as the SHEP has to be readied by the first week of next month. Nearly Rs 1,300 crore is to be received by the state until the end of the current Five Year Plan. 
Senior officials said a comprehensive SHEP is being prepared by about the existing infrastructure and the funding they receive. “If you see the Budget, a huge chunk of it goes towards the salaries of the employees and a very small part of it actually goes towards improving infrastructure and capacity building. We want to change that,” said a senior education department official. 
Officials say that the SHEP will be prepared in time for the Higher Education Project Approval Board meeting scheduled for the first week of February. The state SHEP will be scrutinised then. 
However, the Telangana State Council of Higher Education seems to be missing from action though it is supposed to be the nodal agency for the state. The Telangana State government may also look to limiting the number of colleges affiliated to each university in the state.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in Hyderabad has about 500 colleges affiliated to it. Of these about 300 are engineering colleges. “The optimum number of affiliated colleges under each university is about hundred,” the official said. 
On the other hand, AP government is reworking its SHEP with further data in the formats sought by the Union HRD ministry. Andhra Pradesh government is also entitled to receive about Rs 1,700 crore from the NDA government for higher education. “They have asked for the data in specific formats. So we are preparing that,” said APSCHE vice-chairman P. Vijayprakash.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150122/nation-current-affairs/article/telangana-state-readies-education-plan-seek-funding

AICTE started the portal to facilitate placements
Monday, January 19, 2015
Senior AICTE officials say that technology and lack of monitoring was one of the reasons for its failure.
Senior AICTE officials say that technology and lack of monitoring was one of the reasons for its failure.

Hyderabad: The placement season for engineering students has reached its fag end but watchdog All India Council for Technical Education has left a lot of students disappointed.

Last year, the regulatory body had launched its own placement portal where companies could directly recruit students, akin to most job portals, but it remains dysfunctional.

Hardly any companies showed interest in the endeavour and it now seems that the servers have also been temporarily abandoned by the AICTE.

The Council had launched the placement portal for engineering students stating that it would help a lot of Tier 2 and Tier 3 colleges which didn’t have mega campus placement drives like the bigger colleges. However, it hasn’t played a substantial role in getting students their dream jobs.

Senior AICTE officials say that technology and lack of monitoring was one of the reasons for its failure. Job portals need large servers and high-end tech to keep them running.

“Some companies did show interest because there is no harm in getting enrolled. But managing a job portal for the whole country is a humongous task. The technology itself would have to be very advanced,” a senior official said.

A former AICTE South Central regional official denied any knowledge about the functioning of the job portal and said that the concept was disliked by colleges because they needed to take credit of student placements themselves.

Former AICTE chairman Dr S.S. Mantha said the service needed continuous monitoring. “I can’t speak for the AICTE now but companies did show interest. But such a thing needs continuous monitoring,” he said.

Interestingly, nearly a year after the launch, the portal itself is dysfunctional with registrations of students and companies completely halted. The job search option has also become defunct. In fact, most students and college are even unaware of the job portal launched by AICTE.

A placement officer with a top engineering college in Hyderabad said, “They had launched it but it has not been functional since many days. Our placements are all through our campus.”

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150119/nation-current-affairs/article/telangana-government-plans-bolster-panchayats

IITs unsure of rural plan’s execution
Saturday, January 17, 2015
IITs unsure of rural plan’s execution
IITs unsure of rural plan’s execution
HYDERABADWith much fanfare, the Narendra Modi government had announced the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan, exhorting Indian Institutes of Technology to transform rural India.
Officials of most IITs, including the one in Hyderabad, have visited villages close-by to understand the ground situation there, but are perplexed because they are unsure what the government wants them to do. With zero funding and no direction, the IITs do not know how to bring about a transformational change in rural India. 
IIT Hyderabad is adopting about two to three villages and has already made visits to two: Utharpally and Aliyabad. IIT-H faculty described one of the villages as an administrative failure with no one from the official government machinery present in the village. 
“In Aliyabad, the sarpanch was not there. He lives in the city and visits the village once in a while. None of the officials, who are supposed to be there, were present. The village is in a pathetic condition. There are no roads, houses are kuchcha, there is no way to drain out waste water. It is a total administrative failure. And this is a village that apparently won some model village award in 2007,” said Dr T. Shashidhar, assistant professor of civil engineering at IIT-H and coordinator of the Unnat Bharat programme.
But the Union HRD Ministry has so far failed to explain to IITs what it immediately wants them to do with the villages they adopted. The main issue is funding. “Costs will be met from ongoing projects and by converging available resources, to begin with,”the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan framework says.
 “Till now, the HRD Ministry is also not clear on what they want us to do and what they want to achieve though they have plans to do it in a big way. There is no clear direction. All IITs are feeling the same way. Till now there is no funding from the ministry. So we are just using established technology,” a senior IIT-H faculty member said.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150117/nation-current-affairs/article/iits-unsure-rural-plan%E2%80%99s-execution

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