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Why Calcutta University isn't a ranker

Panjab University vice chancellor tells Avijit Chatterjee why the Chandigarh-based university has been ranked the top Indian university by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and why so few Indian universities figure on the list | Read»


'Rankings do not matter to us'

Some academics dismiss international rankings, while others quarrel with the yardsticks adopted to evaluate Indian universities, report Prasun Chaudhuri and Avijit Chatterjee | Read»


Money is honey

A penny saved is a penny earned. Here are seven waysto make your cash go that extra mile | Read»


Vocab wonder

The worldwide web is abuzz with innumerable websites today that offer specialised as well as generalised information on scores of topics. But how many of these websites personalise information as per the strengths and weaknesses of their readers? | Read»


Living a dream

The common notion of a girl being too delicate to build a race car is where my story begins. In my first year of engineering, various clubs offered chances of being part of something, but nothing attracted me like the shining metal and greasy engine of Formula Manipal (FM). | Read»