• Library Facilities

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    List of popular libraries in Bangalore

    • Alliance Francaise De Bangalore
    • Ananya Sangraha
    • British Council Library
    • City Central Library
    • EasyLib.Com
    • Eloor Lending Library
    • Fusion Rental
    • Hippocampus Childrens company
    • J.R.D Tata Memorial Library
    • Just Books
    • Karnataka Sahitya Academy
    • Leisure Hours The Library Cafe
    • Librarywala
    • Max Muller Bhavan
    • Mythic Society
    • Readerslib.com Book Library
    • The Theosophical Society
    • Urdu Library Centre
    • Children’s Library
    • Think Box Children Library

    Courtesy: Bangalore-city.com

  • About Bangalore

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    • Posted by Smartan
    • 22 May 2012
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    Students in Bangalore have much to look forward to. Bangalore is a cosmopolitan city with the IT boom leading to a wonderful mix of people of all ages from different parts of the country. This makes it a fun city to live as a student! Food of all cuisines - North India, South Indian, Italian and Chinese - is easily available and restaurants to fit every pocket are available. It’s a veritable mecca for foodies and those wishing to try different palates or even settle for home style food.

    Local transport to get around the city includes buses and autos. The metro will soon make it even faster to get from here to there. Getting to Bangalore is also easy – it has an airport and is well connected by rail also.

    Bangalore has been blessed by wonderful weather through the year. The moderate weather ranges from a low of 15C in winter to a high of 31C in summer. It rains August through October, getting rain from both the southwest and northeast monsoons.

    Bangalore, also known as the Garden City, is famous for its parks. Lalbagh and Cubbon Park are among the oldest. Lalbagh holds many flower shows and the one on Republic Day is especially popular. Cubbon Park is popular with those going for a walk early in the morning. These days, it also provides the much needed respite from the rising pollution levels in the city.

    Students of all ages love Bangalore. Starting from Montessori and Kindergarten levels all the way up to Universities facilitating doctoral level education, there is something for everyone. Some of the popular colleges include Indian Institute of Science, CMR group of educational institutions, National Law School of India University (NLSIU), National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS) and Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM-B).

    Welcome to student life in Bangalore!

  • Scope of MBA in India

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    • Posted by Smartan
    • 21 May 2012
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    Gone are the days when you could settle for a bachelor’s degree. With the growth of MNCs and branding, new challenges emerge everyday. To find solutions for these business issues, adequate skills are required to excel in the industry. Nowadays in India, MBA is more of a necessity than a means to advance your knowledge. MBA education helps in developing the skills of an individual to its maximum potential to succeed in this competitive world.

    Earlier, there were few colleges which offered MBA. It was a highly selective degree. But present day situation calls for a master’s degree for better career opportunities. As opposed to older days, today there’s no dearth of MBA colleges in India. MBA includes a lot of specializations as well like marketing, HR, finance, operations etc. Students can pursue any course right from finance degrees to travel, media and entertainment in MBA!

    MBA courses makes the students understand the functional knowledge of business organization and develop problem solving approach. Apart from the theoretical knowledge of management, MBA also helps in developing communication skills, ability to work in teams and over all personality development.

    While there is a high premium attached to the MBA in India, the profile of the business school awarding the degree is what adds value to the qualification. A degree from a leading business school such as the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) or the Indian School of Business (ISB) ensures a plum job, a fat pay packet and a successful professional life.

    Indian business schools hope to make their mark in an increasingly crowded marketplace by closely following global standards. Many of the leading B-schools like IIMs, and the Indian School of Business, have applied for global accreditation. International accreditation will help students get their degrees recognized globally. These schools are identifying best practices to help them benchmark with foreign schools and attract the best students and faculty. Accreditation, evaluation and grading of programs, as is the norm with business schools in the West, are a few of the things being considered.

    Thus, MBA is considered a golden ticket to the world of professional success in India.

  • Admission in Indian Universities

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    • Posted by Smartan
    • 17 May 2012
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    Universities in India are acquiring more foreign flavour than ever before. As the competition from foreign universities calling in the home turf, Indian universities have joined the rat race of wooing the foreign students. Now, Indian universities have witnessed an increase in the fresh enrolment of international students in domestic varsities.

    India has an impressive list of universities and colleges sprawled across its major states and cities, which have inducted numerous foreign students from time to time. With approximately 350 universities and 17000 colleges, India offers a wide spectrum of courses that are recognized globally.

    Apart from undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses, there are many training and diploma-level institutes and polytechnics that cater to the growing demand for skill-based and vocational education.

    Guidelines for international students seeking admission in India:

    • An international student must have completed 12 years of schooling.
    • Admission of international students into Indian institutions is facilitated under DASA scheme (Direct Admission of Students Abroad). Under this scheme, foreign students can get admission into graduate and post graduate studies in almost all courses of studies.
    • Admission to professional courses like engineering, medicines, technology etc is only through the exchange program. The admission of Foreign Students to Medical and Engineering courses is done by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi. A number of seats in these courses are reserved for the nationals of various countries.
    • No direct admission is given in the government run medical institutions to international students to study MBBS, BDS or any other undergraduate medical courses. International students can seek university admission to undergraduate courses in Medicine (MBBS) and Dentistry (BDS) in private medical colleges recognized by the Medical Council of India.
    • 50% marks in Mathematics, Physics & English is required for admissions in engineering colleges in India. For engineering courses foreign students can get admission under DASA scheme.
    • Most of the post graduate courses in management studies are open for international students. This includes the Master of Business Administration (MBA), Post-graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) or Master of Management Studies (MMS). Entry into management studies is usually through entrance examination followed by interview in most cases.

     

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