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Old June 26th, 2011, 03:17 PM   #101
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Business school opens campus in city
The New Indian Express
Posted on Jun 30, 2011 at 12:22pm IST

HYDERABAD
: Being their fourth campus in India and first campus in South India, Institute of Management Technology, Hyderabad, will open its doors on July 2 and Kapil Sibal, union minister for HRD will do the honours and inaugurate this new campus in the city.

IMT Hyderabad will offer a two year, full time PGDM program (recognised by AICTE) with specialisations in the areas like Investment Banking and Business Analytics, in addition to the conventional areas like Marketing, Finance and Operations, said V Panduranga Rao, director, IMT, at a press conference.

IMT Hyderabad has a world class faculty with research and teaching experience at top American and European B-Schools.


“We have designed an innovative and industry relevant curriculum supported by a pedagogic approach which is student centric, participative, experiential and team based,” added Rao.

And that’s not all. The new 30 acre campus at Cherlaguda Village, near Shamshabad, has stateof- the -art infrastructure with academic block, library building and a sports complex that houses a cricket ground, tennis court, badminton court, among others.

The campus is completely wi-fi enabled. Rao further revealed, “In due course of time we also plan to offer a one year full time executive PGDM for working professionals and a certificate programs in management of 3-6 months duration.” When asked as to why Hyderabad was chosen for their campus when there are many top level B-School’s around, the director replied, “Hyderabad is a destination for IT/ ITES, pharmaceutical, bio-tech, entertainment and financial services sectors. So, where ever businesses flourish, business schools will also flourish and vice versa.”
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nternational School of Film and Media set up in Hyderabad

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HYDERABAD, JUNE 30:
Noted film actors Mr Akkineni Nageswara Rao and his son Mr Nagarjuna have set up International School of Film and Media in Hyderabad. Located at Annapurna Studios, one of the oldest film studios in the south, the school would have access to all production facilities in the studio.

Quoting studies, Mr Kurt Inderbitzin, CEO of the not-for-profit school, said the film and media industry would need 30 lakh trained staff in various fields. Admissions are open from July 1
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Old June 30th, 2011, 12:25 PM   #104
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CDFD campus to come up at Survey of India premises
TNN Jun 18, 2011, 12.34am IST
HYDERABAD: The Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD) is set to get its own campus at Uppal in the city.

The new building of CDFD, which is an autonomous body under the department of biotechnology, ministry of science and technology, would come up on a 20-acre piece of land on the premises of Survey of India (SoI) .

An understanding has been reached with SoI for the transfer of land to CDFD. In return, SoI will get the CDFD's building and land at Gandipet and is likely to make use of it as an academic centre.

However, Survey of India would continue to exist at Uppal as only 20 acres out of 200 acres is being alienated for CDFD.

"We are now in the process of selecting an architect and chose appropriate design for the facility," CDFD director J Gowrishankar told The Times of India. Gowrishankar said the understanding was reached with SoI for land a couple of weeks ago. The funds for the new facility will come from the department of biotechnology.

CDFD's new facility at Uppal would mean one more national scientific institution in the Tarnaka-Habsiguda-Uppal area. CCMB (Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology), IICT ( Indian Institute for Chemical Technology) and NIN ( National Institute of Nutrition) are some of the institutions located in the area.

After being carved out from CCMB, CDFD has functioned from a building at Nacharam. In 2002, a new building for CDFD was constructed at Gandipet on a 10-acre piece of land. However, the centre was prohibited from carrying out its functions from there as it falls under the catchment area of Gandipet reservoir. The CDFD, however, took up the legally recourse, but to no avail.

The contention of the A P Pollution Control Board (APPCB) was that as per G O 111, no polluting industry should be allowed within the 10-km range of a water body. In case of CDFD, its building came within the range of Gandipet and Himayatsagar reservoirs, both are drinking water sources for the city.

Since the issue was dragging on for the long, CDFD was left with no option but to move out of premises. While its laboratory functions from a building at M J Market, the administrative office is housed in another building nearby.

It may be mentioned here that CDFD is an institution of national repute, which has among other things, a laboratory for DNA fingerprinting services. Cases are referred to the centre from all over the country.
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Hyderabad lures top management schools
By B Krishna Mohan


Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad is setting up its campus in Hyderabad. Union minister for human resource development Kapil Sibal will inaugurate it on July 2.

This apart, Narsi Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), rated among the best business schools in India, too will start its new campus at Jadcherla, Mahabubnagar district.

This is all set to come up with an excellent infrastructure in two years involving an investment of approximately Rs 35 crores in the first phase. The classes will commence this academic from a centre in the city.

The GMR group is associating with SCHULICH School of Business, one of the top business schools in the world and is a part of York University, Toronto, Canada.

It is setting up an international business school in Hyderabad, which will make efforts to promote business education with a global perspective.

“The Andhra Pradesh government is attracting the renowned management institutes to start their full-fledged branch campuses in Hyderabad. It is providing necessary infrastructure facilities and favourable environment,” said a statement from Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Kiran Kumar’ office.

Hyderabad is already home to ISB, IIIT, IIT, BITS Pilani, Nalsar Law University, ICICI Knowledge Park, Genome Valley, University of Hyderabad. It also boasts of Institutes of excellence, research and development establishments and a large number of universities.

The state government is committed to make Hyderabad the higher education hub and attract the best learning centres and institutes of excellence in the world to open their campuses here. Last year, Andhra Pradesh also invited IIM- Ahmedabad (IIMA) to set up a satellite campus near Hyderabad. This was supposed to be a seamless campus for which the IIMA will make the admissions for it. The faculty will be part of the IIMA.

The state earlier had also invited Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, CMC Vellore, Birla Institute of Technology (Pilani) and others to set up centres in the state.
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Only 3% colleges follow rules: AICTE
TNN Jun 24, 2011, 11.17pm IST
HYDERABAD: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), in a recent inspection of the 1,800 engineering, MCA and MBA colleges in the state, has found just about 3 per cent colleges that fulfil its rules and regulations.

AICTE sent an order to colleges on Monday stating that there would be surprise inspections in the coming month to check whether the facilities are being made available for students. Its inspections have revealed that 75 colleges in the state do not have a permanent campus or land to set up their institutions. It stated that 20 colleges have several cases slapped against them for not honouring AICTE guidelines of admissions and maintenance.

The council, however, has not cancelled the affiliations of any of the institutions "taking into consideration the future of students" studying there. AICTE has asked the erring college managements to rectify the discrepancies before June 17. The council has decided to allow additional intake only for the 50 colleges that fulfil the requirements.

AICTE officials said that this was the first round of inspections after the new handbook on quality improvement was introduced. "AICTE has become much more strict than it was in the previous years with inspections. The college managements were given about six months to rectify the discrepancies. But many of them have not complied by the rules," said a senior AICTE official from the state.

According to AICTE, many of the colleges included in the list have been functioning in the state for more than four years. While the AICTE shifted the blame on to affiliating universities, officials of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad, said that the council has been giving approval to some colleges which do not fulfil even the minimum requirements. "In spite of several recommendations from the state government, AICTE kept giving approval to colleges without any rhyme or reason," a JNTU official rued.

Admitting the flaws, college managements, said that not even a single college in the state can be given the credit of fulfilling all the AICTE requirements. Educationists further noted that the quality of professional education in the state has been deteriorating. "The colleges are obligated to provide their students the required facilities. These institutions have not been maintaining the standards since the past several years," said Prof M Anjaneyalu, member, expert committee for quality improvement, ministry of education. He added that unlike other states, including Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, which followed a quality improvement model, Andhra Pradesh has been implementing a `quantity' improvement model of education.
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The above is distressing news. What is the purpose of setting up colleges which do not meet basic criteria?
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Old June 30th, 2011, 02:24 PM   #108
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The above is distressing news. What is the purpose of setting up colleges which do not meet basic criteria?
Who set up the minimum criteria. AICTE who the age old authority of education? They have to come with the global standards. ISB itself had a tough time with them.
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Political uncertainty in Andhra Pradesh has made the country’s two top B-schools —Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A), and XLRI, Jamshedpur — put on hold their plans to set up campuses in the state. IIM-A and XLRI were invited in 2008 by late chief minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy (YSR).

“After YSR’s death and due to the agitation for Telangana, there is an atmosphere of uncertainty. Former chief minister K Rosaiah also wrote to us that they wanted to take it forward, but, then again, there was a change in the government. The situation here is fluid and since the initiative is yet to come from the right quarters, things have not happened as planned,” said IIM-A Dean B H Jajoo.


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In June 2010, IIM-A had said it was in talks with the state government. It sought 150 acres and Rs 100 crore funding from the government. “Verbally, the government promised 100 acres closer to Hitec City. In the last two years, nothing much has happened. Once we get going, we don’t need the political support. We do plan to set up our campus here but are waiting for clarity and an opportune time,” he said.

XLRI’s plans have been hit as the government is yet to transfer land. XLRI had sought 75 acres. Rosaiah wrote to XLRI in August 2010, requesting it to set up a campus in Hyderabad and promising support. The XLRI governing board, too, approved the proposal. The land was to be allotted at Jawahar Nagar on the city’s outskirts, close to BITS, Pilani.

“The land allotment is still pending,” said an XLRI faculty member.

IIM-A had planned to begin by offering executive programmes and later explore the possibility of starting academic programmes. The institute wanted to link the Ahmedabad and Hyderabad campuses for seamless operations. XLRI, on the other hand, had plans for a full-fledged campus. At present, it offers satellite courses at its Hyderabad centre.

According to government sources, the land selected by XLRI belongs to the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA). HMDA, though a government outfit, is a commercial organisation and so can transfer land only on a payment basis. The same is the case with IIM-A.
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It's really sad that XLRI and IIM are delaying their campuses. Hyderabad is really suffering and it's best people think and plan in the interests of the city and state and of course nation as a whole.
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Schulich chooses Hyd over B'lore for B-school
BS Reporter / Chennai/ Hyderabad July 12, 2011, 0:37 IST

The infrastructure in Hyderabad and its emergence as an education hub have made Schulich School of Business (SSB) choose the city over Bangalore as a base for its first full-fledged campus in India.

The Canadian B-school, part of Toronto-based York University, has entered into a partnership with GMR group to set up the school, with the latter’s non-profit arm GMR Varalakshmi Foundation providing physical infrastructure on a 25-acre site at the international airport here.

Human Resource Development minister Kapil Sibal will lay the foundation stone for the campus on Tuesday.


According to SSB dean Deszo J Horvath, they had been looking for opportunities to set up a campus in India since 2005-06. “First, we went to Mumbai because all the major corporations are headquartered there. But the land requirement of 100 acres did not materialise. Then GMR initially suggested its own land in Bangalore, which we considered positively. When GMR also offered an opportunity in Hyderabad, we decided to go for it.”

V Raghunathan, CEO, GMR Varalakshmi, said it was because the infrastructure in Bangalore was much worse than in Hyderabad, and also the latter had emerged as a major hub for education, hosting leading research institutions in several areas.

SSB would offer two-year MBA and other executive MBA programmes. Students would be selected from the same pool as for its home campus. It would have international faculty and at least 40 per cent students from abroad. The Rs 100-crore campus is expected to be ready by January 2013, with admissions set to begin from September that year.

Schulich has had a presence in India since 1991 through exchange programmes with IIM-Ahmedabad, IIM-Bangalore, and later with Indian School of Business, among others.

On the reasons for expanding Indian presence, Horvath said India had a huge demographic advantage, with 50 per cent of its population below 35, and the educational infrastructure here was not sufficient to meet the needs.

“Also, Indian companies are asking for people of other nationalities as they expand operations abroad. So the timing is perfect for our international programme,” he said.

According to him, given the global environment and the limited home market, Canadian business schools had no option but to be proactive in recruiting international students, who constitute 70 per cent of the student body at its home campus.

For SSB, the minimum entry requirements are a GMAT score of 600 and 5-7 years of experience, while the fee for the residential programme would be $12,000 per year. It would offer 18 specialisation options in the second year, including industry-specific ones for healthcare, IT, pharma, biotech, agri-business, etc.
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Who set up the minimum criteria. AICTE who the age old authority of education? They have to come with the global standards. ISB itself had a tough time with them.
I agree. We need more and good colleges. The challenge before Andhra and India is good quality colleges in different disciplines but more of them. The Central Government and State Government need to work on this.
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It was this factor that made the group look for partner institutions in the United States and Europe for three years since 2006, when, on the suggestion of Canadian embassy officials, it came across Schulich and found it suitable.
According to SSB dean Deszo Horvath, the new campus would be a mirror image of the Toronto campus, and would focus on creating “a new breed of globally-oriented managers for the growing number of Indian trans-national companies.”

The Hyderabad campus would begin functioning from September 2013, with an initial intake of 60 students and going up to 120 and 180 in the second and third years respectively.

Chief minister Kiran Kumar Reddy said the government would encourage quality higher education institutions to set up campuses in the city. It was also focusing on improving education in government schools and making higher education accessible to all. It was spending Rs 3,500 crore on fee reimbursement and scholarships, covering 2.7 million students in the state, he said.

In a message, Union human resource development minister Kapil Sibal said the government proposed to restructure the regulatory mechanisms to give more autonomy to institutions.

In keeping with practices worldwide, it would also create an independent and credible accreditation system for quality assessment of educational institutions, and also a tribunal for adjudication of disputes, he said.
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TISS to recruit faculty on contractual basis
Hemali Chhapia, TNN Jul 11, 2011, 04.24am IST
MUMBAI: Performance indicators and pink slips are no longer the domain of grueling corporate jobs. Something fundamental is changing in public universities of India that have always provided their teachers job security and the comfort of fixed work hours.

The government funded Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) plans to recruit faculty on their Hyderabad campus on a contractual basis. It is only after a regular annual assessment, which includes students' evaluation, will their term be extended.

The new campus which saw initial financial support from the Azim Premji Foundation, will conduct several interdisciplinary courses, essentially requiring more than just teaching from a text. The decision on recruitment rules was taken as it was felt faculty sign up with a lot of enthusiasm but, as years roll by, the "promise of pension" turn many to deadwood, said sources.

"We are looking for the best teachers who can liven up our classroom. We are keen on appointing individuals who bring strong inter-disciplinary research experience and also are good teachers. We want individuals who will join a new institute and grow with it," said Lakshmi Lingam, deputy director of the Hyderabad campus. But what about senior academics who may look the other way, discouraged by the recruitment policy and not make the switch?

To attract marquee names, the institute will also have some permanent positions, the ones that will be supported by the University Grants Commission. "Also, if we find a good track record of a contractual faculty, they will find their way on the permanent rolls," added Lingam. Mindful of the fact that emoluments need to be competitive, TISS has decided to not differentiate between the contractual and the permanent teachers on campus would be offered the 6th Pay Commission salary scale.

TISS has decided to not differentiate between contractual and permanent teachers and everyone on campus would be offered the Sixth Pay Commission salary scale
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International School of Engg opens centre in Hyderabad

International School of Engineering (ISE), a US-based institute offering advanced engineering courses, today opened its first centre in India at Hyderabad.

Beginning in August, the school would offer courses for working professionals in two streams of business analytics and optimisation, and high-performance enterprise product engineering. In the US, the ISE is based in Carnegie Mellon University and offers several master's courses for regular students as well as working professionals.


According to Dakshinamurthy V Kolluru, president, ISE, the Indian industry needs to move beyond the labour cost arbitrage to doing high-end engineering in product development, applied industrial research and technology consulting. ISE was an attempt to address the need for training in such advanced areas by bringing together academia and industry onto a single platform, he said.
ISE offers a 30-day (weekend only) Certificate in Engineering Excellence course in the two streams, and an 80-day two-year Executive M Tech programme in association with Gitam University. The fees for the first course is Rs 70,000, while it would be in the range of Rs 2.75 - 3.25 lakh for the M Tech course.

Kolluru said ISE’s mentors were drawn from several top US universities like MIT, Stanford, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Yale among others, and also from IITs, Deloitte, Microsoft, Bank of America and Reserve Bank of India.

The intake for the two courses is 30 each. While the minimum qualifications are B Tech, MCA, or MSc in computer science or mathematics, exceptional candidates with a diploma in engineering would also be considered on a case by case.

Apart from these, Kolluru said, the applicants would also be assessed on their performance in an open contest called Extreme Engineering. This was to ensure that students are of a sufficient calibre to engage the faculty in such advanced topics.

Kolluru said ISE would be made a university eventually, and is building a campus at a 50-acre site in Maheshwaram in Hyderabad and also a second campus in Visakhapatnam. The Hyderabad campus is expected to be ready in two years, while the programmes would be conducted at Novotel hotel in the meantime.
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Looks like Hyd will be the educational hub of India and will house best institutes right from IIT to IIM, it's time the govt should bring policies to promote the private educational institutes.
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World Bank to aid 12 AP colleges
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The World Bank has selected 12 engineering colleges from the state to extend financial aid under the ‘Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme’ (TEQUIP). Each college will get financial assistance of Rs 4 crore in order to develop infrastructure and other facilities for students. While the World Bank had received a total of 85 applications across the country this year, it selected 12 from Andhra Pradesh, the highest in the country.

The colleges which figure in the list are: Anurag Engineering College (Nalgonda), Aurora Scientific and Technological Research Academy (Hyderabad), Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, (Gandipet), Gokaraju Rangaraju Engineering College (Hyderabad), Madanapalle Institute of Technology and Science (Chittoor), Malla Reddy Engineering College (Hyderabad), Nizam Institute of Engineering Technology (Nalgonda), Sri Vishnu Engineering College for Women (Bhimavaram), Sri Vidyaniketan Engineering College (Chittoor), Vasavi College of Engineering (Hyderabad), VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology (Hyderabad).

While the World Bank will provide 60 per cent of the funds, the state government and the college managements will have to bear 20 per cent each. "Out of the 85 applications received by the World Bank from across India, 12 from Andhra Pradesh have been selected for the grant. No other state has so many colleges clearing the rigorous eligibility criteria to secure the grant. Some of the state colleges have got better grades than the National Institutes of Technology," said Mr K.Laxminarayana, the commissioner of technical education. He said the colleges will have to utilise the funds to set up centres of excellence in multi-disciplinary areas and improve competence of faculty apart from enhancing enrolment in post-graduate education.
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Looks like Hyd will be the educational hub of India and will house best institutes right from IIT to IIM, it's time the govt should bring policies to promote the private educational institutes.
As of now, Pune or Delhi-NCR are bigger education hubs than Hyderabad. Many Telugu students go to these cities for higher ed. Hyd is getting an IIT, not an IIM. Even XLRI campus is delayed.
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As of now, Pune or Delhi-NCR are bigger education hubs than Hyderabad. Many Telugu students go to these cities for higher ed. Hyd is getting an IIT, not an IIM. Even XLRI campus is delayed.
The problem is that AP doesnot give away 15% of all engineering/medical seats to people who are domiciled outside the state unlike all other states in the country(except J&K)

Reason being AP is further divided to 3 sub-regions under Osmania University(Telangana), SV Unievrsity(Rayalaseema) and Andhra University(Coastal Andhra).. And that 15% seats under each university is given to students from other university regions..

If AP gives its share of seats via AIEEE/ AIPMT then it would not only benefit students from AP but also enhance the status of Hyderabad as an educational hub.. Right now because ppl from outside the state donot have free access to educational institutions in Hyderabad, it becomes a major impediment(perception wise)..

However IIT-H/BITS-Hyd/IIIT-H/ISB which take students from all across the country are improving the image
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