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Placement Package Touches A New High In IIT Kharagpur

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Over the years VGSoM has proved itself to be one of the premier B-Schools in India and this year too was no different with yet another 100% placement for its students. This year’s placement season for the students of Vinod Gupta School of Management (VGSoM) at IIT Kharagpur campus, proved to be very fruitful. Their seeds of hard work reaped rich dividends for them. The highest CTC offered to them was of Rs. 20 lakh. A total of 40 companies interviewed the batch of 82 students and were full praise for them. They readily forwarded 100 offers to the deserving students. The distinguished alumni who have been an inspiration and motivation to their alma mater have helped in achieving this feat.

Major companies that graced the placement drive for the batch of 2015-17 were Amazon, British Telecommunication, Google, Deloitte, Spencer’s, Edelweiss, Crisil, Vedanta, PwC, Titan, JP Morgan and Chase, Crisil, HPCL, Wipro, IBM, Accenture Digital and HSBC.

IIT Kharagpur’s Vgsom Placements, Bags Highest Package Of Rs. 20 Lakh

“A total of 40 companies visited VGSoM and more companies expressed their willingness to step in after having known of the quality of talent at VGSoM,” Prof Prabina Rajib, Dean (Acting), VGSoM said.

The average offers of the creamy 25% students was Rs. 16.60 lakh with the average of the top 50%, standing at Rs. 15.31 lakh. Most of the students bagged job opportunities in Operations and Consulting, closely followed by Analytics, Sales Marketing, banking, finance and insurance.

Other opportunities for the students of VGSoM came from the field of management which includes the roles in Leadership Program in Operations, B2B Sales, Project Management, Supply Chain Management, Sales and Marketing. In addition to these, students were given an opportunity to render their service in Strategic Analysts, Digital Operations Consultants, Financial Analysts, Associate Traders, Pre-Sales Consultants, Wealth Managers, Program Managers and Category Managers.

 

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Government Approaches IITs, IIMs For Accreditation Process

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The Central Government might rope in private agencies for accreditation of educational institutes.

The Central Government might rope in private agencies for accreditation of educational institutes. The Union Minister for HRD, Prakash Javadekar said on Friday that the government had approached IITs and IIMs too in this regard. The Union HRD Minister had earlier also announced that more agencies will be roped in to speed up the assessment and accreditation process for Higher Education Institutes.

“To improve the quality of education, we are making the accreditation process more scientific and tough. The government wants to increase the strength of the National Board of Accreditation and the National Assessment and Accreditation Council so that more number of institutions can be accredited,” Javadekar said during the national conference on “Positioning India on the Global Education Map”.

Citing that ranking and rating of educational institutes, increases competitiveness, Javadekar said that this inspires institutes to invent ways to improve overall performance of the institute.

“Today, because of the National Institutional Ranking Framework, every institute has constituted an internal committee to improve their ranking. Students also take into account the institution’s ranking before taking admission,” he added.

READ MORE: Government Open To ‘Outside’ Agencies Taking Up Accreditation Of Institutions: Javadekar

He also said that graded autonomy will boost quality of education being imparted at Higher Education Institutes. With graded autonomy, institutes will remain under the aegis of UGC and still be free to design and offer new courses, off campus centers, skill development courses, research parks and any other new academic programmes.

“They will also have the freedom to hire foreign faculty, enroll foreign students, give incentive-based emoluments to the faculty, enter academic collaborations and run open distance learning programmes,” he added.

The bid to induct more accreditation agencies is not new. In August this year, UGC had notified University Grants Commission (Recognition and Monitoring of Assessment & Accreditation Agencies) Regulations, 2018 and had announced setting up of an Accreditation Advisory Council (AAC) for recognition of Assessment and Accrediting Agencies (AAAs).

(SOURCE NDTV)

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Government Open To ‘Outside’ Agencies Taking Up Accreditation Of Institutions: Javadekar

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The government is open to the idea of roping in “outside” agencies for accreditation of educational institutions, and IITs and IIMs have also been approached in this regard, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said.

The government is open to the idea of roping in “outside” agencies for accreditation of educational institutions, and IITs and IIMs have also been approached in this regard, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said here on Friday. “To improve the quality of education, we are making the accreditation process more scientific and tough.

The government wants to increase the strength of the National Board of Accreditation and the National Assessment and Accreditation Council so that more number of institutions can be accredited,” Javadekar said during the national conference on “Positioning India on the Global Education Map”.

“The government is open to other agencies taking the responsibility of accreditation, and IITs and IIMs have been asked about it … so that more and more institutions can be accredited,” he added.

READ MORE :Government Approaches IITs, IIMs For Accreditation Process

The Union minister said that ranking and rating of education institutions increase competitiveness among them for better performance.

“Today, because of the National Institutional Ranking Framework, every institute has constituted an internal committee to improve their ranking. Students also take into account the institution’s ranking before taking admission,” he said.

“Graded autonomy is another major step by the government to boost quality education in the country. Universities will remain within the ambit of the UGC but will have the freedom to start new courses, off campus centers, skill development courses, research parks and any other new academic programmes.

“They will also have the freedom to hire foreign faculty, enroll foreign students, give incentive-based emoluments to the faculty, enter academic collaborations and run open distance learning programmes,” he added.

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Centre Releases Rs. 260 Crore For Five New Medical Colleges In Jammu And Kashmir

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He said with the completion of the new medical colleges, 500 MBBS students would be annually added to the overall capacity of the course in the state.

The Centre Wednesday released Rs. 260 crore to the Jammu and Kashmir Health and Medical Education department for five new medical colleges being set up in as many districts of the state. With the latest release of funds by the Centre, the cumulative release of central share for these colleges at Anantnag, Baramulla, Doda, Kathua and Rajouri, till date has reached Rs. 765 crore, Principal Secretary, Health and Medical Education, Atal Dulloo said.

READ MORE : 5 New Medical Colleges To Be Functional By 2019: JK Governor

He said the Union ministry of Health and Family Welfare has sanctioned five new medical colleges in the sate at a cost of Rs. 189 crore each — out of which Rs. 139 crore is for civil works and Rs. 50 crore for machinery and equipment. The civil works in all these medical colleges are at different levels of progress and have been expedited of late to put the requisite infrastructure in place at the earliest, he said.

Mr. Dulloo said the department has initiated steps to provide infrastructure, equipment and human resource in these colleges as per the Medical Council of India (MCI) guidelines to start the first batch of MBBS admissions next year.

He said with the completion of the new medical colleges, 500 MBBS students would be annually added to the overall capacity of the course in the state.

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