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Some are taking the first faltering steps, some struggling to stay afloat, while yet others have lost affiliation after years of existence. B-schools in Bengal havenít taken off even after the joint entrance for management (JEMAT) was introduced last year. And there are not enough takers either. In 2004, around 600 candidates took the JEMAT. This year, the test had to be conducted a second time to draw more applicants. Less than 1600 students took the WBUT-conducted exam for 900 seats...  | Read.. 
 
Of sights and sounds
Does history bore you to tears' Careergraph brings you the big picture on a subject most students love to hate...  | Read.. 
IMT, Ghaziabad
It is late in the morning as you take a walk with Kiran Prasad Ivaturi down the tree-lined pathway within the ...  | Read.. 
 
Riding high on technology
If you want a cutting edge science or engineering degree, Germany could be your ...  | Read.. 
For a new age degree
A PG diploma in insurance and risk management from this institute could be yours for the taking. Institute ...  | Read.. 
 
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