Archive for July 9th, 2010:
The six engineering colleges and one polytechnic that have been set up in Public-Private Partnership model by Gujarat Technological University (GTU) are recruiting faculty members. GTU has issued a notice that these institutes require 69 faculty members. The interviews for the interested applicants will be held on July 11.
The Gujarat government today said it expects atleast a dozen new medical colleges to go on stream by 2012, which shall add up close to 1,800 medical seats in the state.
“We are hopeful that atleast 12 medical colleges will either go on stream by 2012 or More »Like
Gujarat has potential to become the gateway for medical tourism in India with the kind of capacity building being lined up for the state’s health care sector, state minister for health and tourism said in Ahmedabad on Thursday. Last year 4.50 lakh tourists visited the state for obtaining medical care. More »Like
Taking into account the confusion created among students by the huge increase in engineering and pharmacy seats following the two mock rounds, the Admission Committee for Professional Courses (technical) (ACPC) on Thursday decided to reschedule their actual admission round.
ACPC will first conduct the third mock round on July 10, which will clarify the students’ doubts regarding their choice of engineering/pharmacy branch and the college they had opted for. More »Like