Kerala University has recently launched a new platform through which the University will be offering various online open courses for the students.
The registration process for Hackathon 2017 organised by the HRD Ministry will end on January 31, 2017. The Hackathon will see participation from various institutes across India.
Kohli Research Centre has been set up in an area of 60,000 sq ft, and it has four floors which provide a world class ambience for carrying out related research activities.
An interesting thing about the varsity is that free education will be provided to the students belonging to Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Castes.
The funds have been raised by IIIT Delhi to promote research in information technology, computer science and several new-age interdisciplinary courses.
SCSVMVU and NIELIT Chennai / C-DAC Hyderabad jointly offers M.Tech in Electronics Design and Technology. 1st Semester would be conducted at SCSVMVU Ka
D.Y.Patil Medical application has invited applications for full-time M.Sc Course & P.hD Programmes in center for Interdisciplinary Research under
Presidency University, Kolkata will hold Entrance Examination for admission in three-year degree courses for all streams of B.A., B.Sc and B.Com: &
Kumar Bhaskar Varma Sanskrit & Ancient Studies University Nalbari invites applications from eligible candidates for admission into Five Year Integ
"Empowering youth through excellence in education to shape a better future for humankind"
The Jesuit traditions of educational excellence, leadership and service to others will guide all our programs at St. Aloysius College (which is a Christian Minority Institution, run by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus). By fusing the traditional wisdom and human values with learning and research, the college seeks to foster excellence, creativity and innovation in all our students. The graduates will be individuals of high ethics, socially responsible, ecologically sensitive , professionally dedicated with a thirst for lifelong learning and commitment to build communities of human solidarity and compassion.
Being a Jesuit college, like all other Jesuit institutions in India and abroad, the college focuses on meeting the educational needs of the
immediate area, i.e., education to the local men and women, who in turn would enrich their own communities. The students of this institution will use the knowledge and skills gained here in the service of the humanity.
The college welcomes and encourages people of all creeds, races and culture to pursue excellence. It promotes free student faculty interactions, in order develop leadership qualities. The life of St. Aloysius, the patron of the college, inspires the administration and students to champion Jesuit values of faith, justice and peace for a better tomorrow.