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The University of Strathclyde, UK, is inviting applications for MSc Environmental Engineering course starting in September 2018. Aligned with industry demands, this course meets the needs of urban regeneration, land contamination management, environmental protection, infrastructure investment portfolios in Scotland and worldwide

Work placement: As part of the class independent study in collaboration with industry, students can apply to work with industry projects. Industrial partners sponsor projects applicable for student dissertations.

Eligibility: Normally, a first-class undergraduate degree (approx 60%) from a recognised Indian institution or upper second-class Honours degree (55%)  in environmental sciences, engineering, environmental management, biology, chemistry or other related disciplines. ELTS score of 6.5 (no individual test score below 5.5).

Fee:  £18, 750. Scholarships starting from £2,800 will be available to apply for.

Last date: There is no  deadline to apply but for international students, it is advisable to apply as soon as possible due to visa arrangements. For information contact: civeng-pgt@strath.ac.uk.


The Delhi Paramedical & Management Institute (DPMI), Delhi announces the commencement of admission for its one-year full-time diploma in Electrocardiogram Technology and two years full-time diploma in Veterinary Pharmacy and six months certificate programme in Multipurpose Health Worker.

This course provides syllabus that combines theory and practice, covering important background on the anatomy and physiology of the heart and chest, electrical conduction system of the heart and Basic ECG interpretation. Veterinary Pharmacy course provides an exciting opportunity to create veterinary pharmacist who have clinical skills and are involved in the formulation of veterinary drugs.

Eligibility: Minimum qualification for securing admission to diploma programme is Class XII passed and certificate program is Class X passed from any recognised Board.

How to apply: The application forms and brochure may be obtained from admission office of Delhi Paramedical & Management Institute, New Ashok Nagar, Delhi-96.

Deadline: October 24, 2017.


The Lakshya Bharti Institute of International Hotel Management invites applicants for three-year BSc Programme in hotel management and two-year MSc Programme in hotel management. For BSc programme, applicants must have passed Class XII from a recognised central/ state board. The selection will be based on the personal interview. For MSc programme, applicants must complete their graduation from a recognised university. Selection will be based on the personal interview. This programme also enables university students to work in American companies during their vacations. They are allowed to receive compensation from the American companies for which they are assigned jobs. The students are placed on the job prior to their departure; local support and supervision are also arranged for the students.

Deadline: October 27, 2017.



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18 Mar 2018 | PNS

AAI conducts international workshop for utilizing GAGAN In keeping with the Prime Minister’s objective of using technology as a means of development and co-operation, Airports Authority of India has now offered GPS-aided Geo Augmented Navigation (GAGAN) to SAARC and Southeast Asian countries in order to allow them to reap the significant benefits that accrue from such an advanced navigation system. AAI conducted a two-day workshop on March 15 and 16, 2018...

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Bank shooting: ‚ÄėGuard not properly trained‚Äô

20 Mar 2018 | PNS | Dehradun

Police investigation in the case of a security guard of district cooperative bank in Champawat shot dead two of his colleagues following an altercation on March 16 revealed that the guard Dinesh Bora contracted through a local security agency was not properly trained. Bora had reportedly shot dead the bank cashier Lalit Bisht and peon Rajesh Verma at the bank in Khetikhan...

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