Free heart surgeries will be available for children with congenital defects at the Aligarh Muslim University's Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College

Free heart surgeries for children with congenital defects at AMU medical college

Many children requiring corrective heart surgeries do not get treated due to financial constraints

The observation by the court came after it perused a report of the fact-finding committee (FFC) set up by JNU to probe the alleged misconduct by the professor.

JNU Johri row : HC rebukes University for not providing safe environment for women students

JNU said the FFC cannot go into the issues of alleged misconduct by the professor or the complaints of sexual harassment as these aspects will be examined by the Internal Complaints Committee

The students  only came to know about the postponement of their examination when they came to the examination centres.

Gulburga University forced to postpone exams as question papers arrive late

The question papers of these examinations were to arrive to Kalaburagi on Tuesday night by 9 pm.

The students get a chance to interact and get a feel of a real science environment

Students from Coonoor school get selected to work with scientists at National Science Concours

The NSC encourages students to learn Science on experimental basis, that is, by doing and think out-of-the-box to create scientific masterpieces for practical application in life.

With their Floating Trash Barrier, AlphaMERS helped authorities collect 550 tonnes of plastic

From polluted rivers to deep seas, this Bengaluru-based company's products are the lifeguards for future

As river and lakes are turning into a dumping ground across cities in India, AlphaMERS, a Bengaluru-based company has come up with a range of innovative ideas to tackle this menace

During the hearing, the student's counsel told the bench that she had 49 per cent attendance against the 70 per cent attendance criteria

SC refuses to allow pregnant student to appear in DU LLB exams

The student, who could not regularly attend classes due to an advanced stage of pregnancy, had sought its permission to appear in the exams scheduled this afternoon

Anubhav Das is one among the 47 'CEOs for one month' applicants who has been chosen to take on the internship for the period of June-July, 2018

BITS Pilani student Anubhav Das chosen for Adecco India's 'CEO for one month'

Anubhav was one of the top six finalists who attended the final boot camp held at The Adecco Group, India headquartered in Bengaluru

Prof Ravindra Gettu, Dean (ICSR), IIT Madras and Sri A K Dutta, Member, AAI

IIT Madras to research on Air Navigation Systems, joins hands with Airports Authority of India

MoU paves way for joint research to address aviation infrastructure & air traffic management challenges; it will benefit all 125 airports in India

Many participants said the e-book experience felt more like renting than buying

Don't judge the youth by their covers: Millennials prefer actual books over digital ones

Participants across all age groups reported feeling a constricted sense of ownership of digital books versus physical books, based on the fact that they do not have full control over the products

She has also written letters to the MUHS and the Ministry of AYUSH

Denied right to wear hijab in college, student moves HC 

Fakeha Badami, in her petition filed earlier this week, claimed that her attendance was poor because her college did not allow her to attend lectures as she wears the hijab

Roth was one of America's most prolific 20th-century novelists, with a career that included more than two dozen books and short stories

Pulitzer winning novelist Philip Roth who wrote about male sexuality dies

In 2012, he announced that his most recent book, "Nemesis", published two years prior, would be the last one

Parents of students studying in Baldwin Girls’ High School staged a protest against the alleged exorbitant prices of textbooks

Bengaluru's Baldwin Schools to face inquiry over exorbitant prices of textbooks

Several parents said that they had to pay up to Rs 6,500 for Class I textbooks to Rs 9,899 for Class VIII

The management of two of India’s most well-known colleges-- St Stephens and Hindu Colleges have suggested that the Delhi University act be amended

Autonomy row: St Stephen's, Hindu colleges push for amendment in DU Act

The management of these two colleges in the prestigious university is learned to have asked for autonomy despite widespread protests from teachers, students

Arunachal Pradesh chief minister requested for creation of two new battalions exclusively of local youths (PTI)

Indo-Tibetan Border Police offers pre-recruitment training for Arunachal youths

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu said that local youths were physically as well as mentally acclimatized to the difficult terrains and topography of the region

images_(1)The study is significant as it points out the need for self-care and the importance of sleep

Poor sleep makes parents lenient towards kids, finds study

The study, published in the Journal of Sleep Research, focused on the effect of maternal sleep on parenting of adolescents

Set up in 1918, Government Moyan's Girls Higher Secondary School is celebrating its centenary with a year-long programme

Three years on, a school in Palakkad still waits for digitisation 

The bidders had floated the tender and there were three bidders for the work. The lowest tender will execute the digitisation process.

In her plea in the high court, she had said she could not meet the requisite 70 per cent attendance criteria due to her pregnancy.

Pregnant LLB student approaches SC to seek permission to write exam, relax attendance norms

Following the single judge's order refusing to grant her relief, the student had approached a division bench which had yesterday sought the response of DU on her plea.

As per the reports and vulnerability map recently prepared by the District Childline, as many as 48 children have dropped out of the school in the past two financial years

Kozhikode schools to actively take steps to curb drop out rates

According to the DCPU authorities, the activities will commence in the upcoming academic year and will be carried out in three different steps

IIMK set up a Satellite campus at Infopark, Kochi, in 2013 dedicated to Executive Education

IIM Kozhikode becomes first IIM to appoint its own director autonomously

Started in 1997 with its Postgraduate Programme (PGP), the Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIMK) now offers the widest range of academic programmes in the field of management education

The initiative was a result of the metoo campaign and the Raya Sarkar list of sexual harassers on campus

Radio In A Purse: How the anonymous recording of student testimonials is bringing campus sexual abuse to the forefront

Since most students wish to remain faceless, this initiative helps them speak up about what their experiences without feeling the wrath of their college administration

In Afghanistan, a majority of girls do not bathe during menstruation for fear of infertility

One in three girls in South Asia miss school during periods 

Menstruation is considered impure in many parts of South Asia and restrictions are imposed on women's movement, behaviour and eating habits during their periods

The JNU administration has been asked to file its reply to these questions by June 5

Delhi minorities commission issues notice to JNU on proposed 'Islamic Terrorism' course 

The DMC has asked the JNU administration to reply whether there is any concept paper or proposal to include a course on Islamic Terror in the proposed Centre for National Security Studies

IFIM Institutions and Sajan share the same view of the importance of fitness and discipline from a young age

Olympic swimmer Sajan Prakash becomes brand ambassador of Bengaluru's IFIM Institutions

IFIM was established in 1995, founded by DSIJ Group (Dalal Street Investment Journal) and promoted by the Centre for Developmental Education (CDE)

The team specialises in electronics and robotics

Kerala start-up Robo Inventions will lend you the swift, robotic hand that you need

Azmia Riaz speaks to Arun Joy, a founding member of Robo Inventions about the importance of electronic engineering and the importance of spreading the knowledge

The team uses IQ and personality tests to determine a student's strengths

The Perfoma MIAT app puts your future to the test and helps find the ideal profession for you

The founders of Perfoma MIAT speak about developing an app that is able to find the ideal professional options for students

AyuLynk is a device which can be attached to a conventional stethoscope to make it a digital stethoscope

These engineers created an attachment that can make any stethoscope 'digital' instantly

Called AyuLynk, the attachment can detect and record heart and lung noises and digitally transmit them — making it a boon for health practitioners in India's isolated villages

The data further showed that the number of females reported missing in these three years (16,533) was slightly more than males (16,065)

Youngsters in Mumbai are going missing over the fear of exams, reveals RTI investigation 

The data provided by the police also showed that while the number of missing people in the city was on the rise, the number of those found went down

He was quickly traced while travelling on a train

Class 10 student scripts own kidnapping to acquire 50 lakh from parents

The student demanded Rs 50 lakh as ransom from his own parents

Students say that withdrawal of govt funding, massive fee hikes and scuttling of reservation policies are the part and parcel of the status

DU student groups protest against autonomy for Stephen's College, fear fees hike

AISA's Delhi University unit said it campaigned against the initiative during the varsity's Open Day sessions for newcomers to apprise their guardians about the issue.

JNU has always been known for its social science subjects in the past

JNU opens up engineering admissions for 5-year degree course

The students will be admitted through Joint Seat Allocation Authority 2018 (JoSAA-2018) based on the ranking in the Joint Entrance Examination, JEE (Main)

Overall, several colleges complained of slow admissions this year, owing it to students slacking off as exams were done early, or waiting for the NEET results.

Wary of NEET results, students prefer research oriented science courses in Mangaluru

Another trend noticed is that the students are choosing modern humanties subjects like journalism over traditional ones

The district-coordinator of childline says since the corporation is bigger there are more complaints being filed

Kozhikode leading in cases of child abuse : Childline report

The district Childline has prepared a report and a vulnerability map of cases registered in the Corporation, seven municipalities and 70 grama panchayats in the district.

The student had been preparing for the exams over the last two years

19-year-old TN boy commits suicide fearing NEET results

The parents of the boy said that he had been nervously checking the answer key the last few days and had been very anxious about the results

Resnova caters the specific needs of various industries

Cochin-based Resnova will tinker with tech to build anything you want, any way you want it

The founder of Resnova speaks about creating technology for niche industries and supporting the agricultural world through their Dairy Management System

A sessions court today dismissed the plea of a 16-year-old student, challenging the Juvenile Justice Board's (JJB) decision declaring him as an adult

Ryan International School murder: Court decides juvenile accused to be tried as an adult

The court had barred the media from using the name of the 16-year-old juvenile accused in the case and asked it to use fictitious names instead

Across the State, there are about 1,900 seats in all the government colleges

AP's NEET UG results to be declared on June 5, 15% to be filled under all-India quota

Over 49,000 candidates from Andhra Pradesh have appeared For NEET UG 2018.  Across the State, there are about 1,900 seats in all the government colleges

An assistant professor said that instead of enhancing their salaries, MGU was terminating the contracts of teachers

Why Telangana's part-time teachers may have to wait longer to get better pay, despite Govt order

The decision to jack up the pay of 1,500 contract professors and almost 600 part-time teachers in the State had come following the recommendation of Prof Tirupathi Rao committee

With goods ranging from wooden home decor to clothing, presently, GoGraameen features products of 10 artisans across India

Meet the man who's trying to save one lakh trees by getting schools to use his eco-friendly pencils

From bamboo toothbrush to pencils from recycled newspaper, Rajesh Singh's GoGraameen is empowering traditional artisans with their eco-friendly products

A 20-year-old Indian student has died after falling off rocks into the ocean from a popular tourist attraction in Western Australia while trying to take a selfie

Indian student plunges to death while taking a selfie in Australia

The youngster's body was recovered from the water just over an hour later following a search involving a rescue helicopter

Neelam Jain | Pics: Nakshatra Krishnamoorthy

Chennai start-up PeriFerry helps transgenders find jobs in inclusive companies

Neelam Jain’s social start-up PeriFerry is helping transgenders get normal, everyday jobs through training and counselling

Gudluru is piloting with a client which is present in more than 17 countries | Pics: R Satish Babu

Tired of Google's long list of results? This start-up can help narrow down your options

Expert advice is only one call away with Teja Gudluru’s app UDo. He tells us about the plans he has in store for the app and how it can get you expert answers ASAP

Siddharth Bhatter creates a platform for young people to explore and create

How Siddharth Bhatter created a workshop where Odisha's students could create just about anything

Have you been to a place where you can build a gadget in a few hours — all this without an engineering degree? If not, you should consider visiting Bhubaneswar's Karkhana 

Manikstu Agro uses eco-friendly practices with new crop management techniques | Pics: Irfana

Farmers are forced to work daily wage jobs during offseasons, this start-up is changing that

Jayanti Mahapatra, whose start-up Manikstu Agro is bringing the men and women of Kalahandi to the agro business, all year round

The company is involved in the manufacturing and operations at Eruvaka Technologies | Pics: P Ravindra Babu

Andhra-based Eruvaka Technologies is finding ways to help shrimp farmers 

The floating buoys of Eruvaka Technologies track dissolved oxygen levels in shrimp farms and they’re an international hit

Deepak Mohan with the FalconGPS technology

For parents who are tired of missing their school bus, this app will help track your bus

Ozone Motors’ new GPS system lets you track your kid’s school bus in real time, so that you don’t need to wait at the stop endlessly

Technical glitches were reported from some centres in Bengaluru

Students find JEE easy this year, say IIT-Kanpur's mock test helped

As many as 1,65 lakh candidates from across the country took the exam, and, according to many of them, the mock test introduced by IIT-Kanpur a few months before the exam helped them a lot

The total number of engineering seats available in the country has dropped by a whopping 1.57 lakh seats this year

Over 15,000 engineering seats cut this year, interest for the course continues to drop

The All India Council for Technical Education has also withdrawn its approval for nine engineering colleges in the State and put them under the no admission category

The learning experience at Vidya Vanam is child-centric and activity-based in a mixed age-group environment

In this school, there are no fixed classrooms and the teachers learn along with their students

With no prescribed textbooks and fixed classrooms, this school in Anaikatti is providing a fear-free and inclusive learning environment, and a specially designed curriculum

These writers are paid anywhere between  50 paise to one rupee per word

How Bengaluru-based freelance content writers are helping 'struggling academic students’ 

Most of the requests, according to a consultant are from Australia, UK, US and New Zealand. While 70% of the projects are from B-school students, the rest come in from engineering students

The average doctor’s consultation fee at MedTel ranges between Rs 90 and Rs 400 | Pics: Irfana

What is the latest addition to the digital world? - Health clinics

Shashank Singhal’s MedTel is linking pharmacies and diagnostic centres with specialists and turning them into affordable telemedicine hubs

This Bengaluru man is bringing electricity to the North East by recycling e-waste

Ever thought your old charger could provide electricity to the people in the remotest regions of the country? Neither did we, but 32-year-old Rajiv Rathod's vision surprised us to bits

Madhavi Das of Bamboo Tribe | Pics: Pushkar V

Time's up for cotton, this summer wear bamboo - it's softer and biodegradable!

This start-up makes clothes out of bamboo and people are loving it. Here's how  they make their clothes special

Of the 1,344 candidates called for counselling on Sunday, 775 got seats in all India quota

54 percent of medical seats go to government doctors on second day of counselling

According to a source, this could be because the State did not allow candidates who got seats under all India quota counselling

PG medical and dental counselling being held at Government Omandurar Hospital in the city on Sunday

Students create ruckus, demand seats under state quota during medical counselling

Candidates, who got admissions under all-India quota, demand seats during State counselling

Arjun Samanta Ray, an artist and performer

For Arjun Samanta Ray from Jaitni, Odisha, every performance is a one-man show  

Arjun Samanta Ray performs for school children in Odisha and doesn't take a rupee for his efforts. We find out the secret behind his drive

Guided tour by Geetha Vasudevan

DakshinaChitra and its internship aims to nurture those interested in museum management 

Through a one-year internship in Museum and Arts Management at DakshinaChitra, learn the nitty-gritties of how a museum functions

Home Minister Rajnath Singh has said biographies of martyrs should be included in the syllabus

Home Minister Rajnath Singh asks for inclusion of martyrs' biographies in syllabus

The Home Minister also said schools and health care centres in villages, to which the martyrs belong, should be named after them

The students have criticised the administration's decision to set up the course

JNU's new National Security Centre to have course on 'Islamic terrorism', students not happy

The students have given their criticisms against the course in writing and are hoping that a committee will review the syllabus of the course

Last date of submission of online admission form is July 15

Admissions for IGNOUs Masters and Bachelor's programme open now

Bachelors courses include BA (Tourism Studies), Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA), Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS), and Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)

The bike is expected to change the daily commutes for people in the country

Here's how Virtus Motors's Alpha is helping us take a greener leap

The founder of Virtus Motors speaks about finding the perfect eco-friendly solution and reinventing travel through their e-bike, Alpha

At present, there are about 7,000 teachers who use the platform

With these smart report cards, teachers won't have to worry about manually entering data anymore

If you’re a teacher who has spent sleepless nights trying to grade your students and enter the data manually, then you’re in for some good news. Report Bee has just made things simpler

There’s a group of youngsters that have taken the responsibility of making the roads in the city of Mumbai safer for its residents

These youngsters are making roads safer for Mumbaikars, one sticker at a time

This group is also involved in other social issues as well, like education, malnutrition, helping the people in need - in hospitals, slum Areas, dumping ground, cleaning public toilets, and more

Independent filmmaker Rajat Agarwal is the creative producer of the show

Geetanjali Advani's YouTube series 'Eat with Geet' tells you how to whip up fusion dishes

Let Mumbai-based Geetanjali Advani's YouTube videos with Ultra Cookery teach you how to make fusion food

Delhi University has announced two weeks of free preparatory classes for students from economically weaker sections

DU to offer free preparatory classes for PG entrance exams for poor students

Preparatory classes for computer Science will begin on June 4 and for Maths on June 6

MBA, MCA exams preponed

Madurai Kamaraj University prepones MBA, MCA exams

The students have been asked to download their hall tickets and the examination timetable from the university website

The application deadline for the start-ups was May 10

The first StartAP Awards on May 25 will celebrate #Andhrapreneurship in Visakhapatnam

The first edition of the StartAP Awards to be held on May 25 is already creating waves on social media. We find out what we can expect from the event

The author plans to have her book exhibited at international book exhibitions in 2018 and 2019

V Shruti Devi's new book of essays, 'Earth Republic', is something we all need to read

The ten essays written by advocate V Shruti Devi for her non-fiction book have a conversational and effective tone

One of the stills from the movie, Mitti

Anshul Sinha's movie, 'Mitti — Back to Roots', brings the farmer crisis to the forefront 

Acclaimed director Anshul Sinha's movie, Mitti — Back to Roots highlights the plight of farmers and even offers solutions to tackle the problem

Sri Varaha Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Devasthanam in Visakhapatnam to offer free training to poor students

Simhachalam temple in Visakhapatnam to teach poor students scriptures, music for free

For around 50 years, the Simhachalam temple has been offering services in the field of education through its Veda, Aagama, Naada and Sanskrit schools and hostels

The institute will issue certificates to participants who attend the workshop

Want to build a drone from scratch? This workshop lets you do so

The activities of the workshop include mechanics of flying vehicles, design and application of UAV's and flying a drone

There is a team of 22 working for Bookingjini | Pics: Irfana

This ‘jini’ is making your hotel bookings cooler and easier

Sibasish Mishra’s Bookingjini puts an end to all your woes regarding booking hotel rooms. We find out more about this start-up and what sets it apart

Ted Solomon set up the company and then brought it all his class mates from college to join him in his venture

Meet Ted Solomon and his friends, the Made-in-India Rocketmen

This founders are all students of Chennai's Hindustan University and the aeronautics company operates from Hindustan University's incubator

Eight engineers from IIIT Hyderabad are working on a wearable device for Caremotto | Pics: R Satish Babu

Sick? Never fear, Caremotto is here to make consultations easier

Caremotto not only has staff who can save you from unnecessary tests, it can also get you surgical intervention without too much hassle

Rajiv Menon started the company based on his own experiences with depression

Get Set Go: This start-up will psych you out into getting healthy

At Get Set Go, it isn't just about exercise routines and diet plans, it's about encouragement and motivation to get healthy.

CEO for one month creates opportunities for candidates to step into the shoes of business leaders

Now you can also step into the shoes of a CEO for a month, here's how

The initiative has a record number of over 2,00,000 future leaders who have applied to this year’s edition of CEO for One Month internship across Adecco offices globally

The results were announced on May 4 last, an IIM Calcutta said in a statement here on Friday

IIM Calcutta Case Research Centre wins awards at Europe-based competition

The two case studies published by IIM Calcutta students highlighted various aspects of technology that can be used for  developing the economy

With teacher guides and lessons, students learn the basics on iPad with Swift Playgrounds which lets them use real code to solve puzzles

Apple's new 'Everyone Can Code' lets special need children code with ease

Apple created the Everyone Can Code curricula so students from kindergarten to college and beyond can learn and write code using Swift

This is the first time that a girls' team is representating India at the tournamament

Life Goals: This girls' football team rocked it at the Street Child World Cup in Moscow

Karunalaya, an NGO that rehabilitates street children have sent their best team to compete at the international tournament

New phone app to purchase unreserved train tickets

East Coast Railway launches mobile app for unreserved ticket travellers

This move is part of Railways initiative to introduce paperless train tickets for unreserved passengers

The team solely relied on online research for the development of their idea

These Bengaluru students developed an app that can track and collect garbage

The students from  MVJ College of Engineering have deployed IoT and cloud technologies for real-time waste management for business establishments as well as the waste collectors

Aakaash is a social activist. He has to his credit taking up issues like sexual harassment, cleanliness drive and successfully leading a march to shut a TASMAC shop

This 8-year-old Chennai boy leads protest on the streets against liquor shops, helmet-less riding

At just eight, Aakaash A is a social activist and crusader for change in his locality. Here is the story of this young changemaker and his fight for justice

Madras was the 26-year-old artist's muse, inspiring her recent 'Madras in Mini' series

Madras in Mini: This Chennai artist captures the city's gems in miniature

Her first series on Madras was a project titled 'The Madras Catalogue,' which were regular sized paintings 

The first look of the film was unveiled at the Cannes Film Festival 2018

Not a cooking show, this time Chef Vikas brings you a film about the widows of Vrindavan

Chef Vikas Khanna opens up about why he felt it was necessary to talk about the widows of Vrindavan who are still living in oppressive environments

Future Farms was first conceptualised in an old run down factory, Sriram said.

The future is here and it is green, thanks to hydroponic farming

Sriram Gopal was already heading a successful start-up before he stumbled upon the hydroponics. His interest in environmental conservation was initiated by a project his company was working on

Harshietha credits her friends for firts giving her the idea of setting up her own online store

She was barely out of college when Harshietha set up her first company, now at 26 she has two!

Naga Harshietha is only 26 but she's got her own company plus is running a company along with her brother and mother as well

Siddharth Nair has come along away since he first started working in the medical engineering industry

His mother's illness pushed Siddharth Nair to create a medical device, now it's changing lives

Siddharth Nair's company creates medical devices that are specially designed to help patients with chronic pain. a highly ignored health issue

A 'Foundation Course' to commence from 2019-20 for all MBBS students in the country

Attention MBBS students: All classes to start with 2-months 'Foundation Course'

Currently, the course is heavily reliant on theory classes. This is set to change

New courses for UG from this academic year.

Anna University regional campuses to offer UG courses from the coming academic year

Anna University in Tirunelveli, Madurai, and Coimbatore will set up four new BE or BTech programmes, each taking in 60 students

Ennackal Chandy George Sudarshan - better known as E C G Sudarshan, the renowned theoretical physicist and an alumnus of CMS College - was given a befitting homage

CMS College pays homage to its distinguished alumnus E C G Sudarshan

Former CUSAT vice-chancellor K Babu Joseph said Sudarshan was a philosopher rather than a scientist

National Award-winning director Jayaraj will inaugurate the festival at a function to be held at 4.30 pm

Kottayam District Library Council organising bookfair at Sports Council indoor stadium

Municipal chairperson P R Sona will inaugurate the book sale. Debates, lectures and various cultural events will be organised as part of the fair

Nukkad Natak is a big hit on the campuses across the city

Play the street style! Nukkad Natak, a big hit across campuses in Bhubaneshwar

The group had performed in Rahagiri, Springfest, Manthan Street and for Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan Competition

Firoz Bakht was also associated with MANUU before its inception in 1997 as foundation panel member

Firoz Bakht, noted educationist becomes the Chancellor of Maulana Urdu University

Firoz Bakht Ahmed is the grand nephew of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the first education minister of the country

Shreya Jain, a graduate from India’s prestigious National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), bagged the People’s Choice award for her spring summer collection

Mumbai student bags People's choice award for design collection in New Zealand

The Otago Polytechnic's Fashion Design School is one of the most reputed institutes in New Zealand for Fashion Design

A Middle School in Bodinayakanur in Tamil Nadu is offering a JIO smartphone to every child who is admitted to their school in the first standard

Admit your child, get a JIO phone: How Bodi Middle School is attracting admissions

Forget discounts, offers and great +2 results. This is the new education hook on the block. And it's as Digital India as it gets

Tharika Banu transitoned about three years ago

International Day Against Homophobia: A day in the life of a transwoman

This is what 22-year-old Tharika Banu, a student in a Siddha College in Chennai, faces on a typical day

The scholar Nitu Das is a native of Odisha and is pursuing her Ph.D from the plant sciences department

UoH woman Ph.D scholar attempts self-immolation over NET score

It has been learnt that the scholar initially told doctors it was a case of accidental fire, but later she admitted that she tried to kill herself

A three-member team have been set up by the Uttar Pradesh government to probe the falling

Varanasi flyover tragedy:  Samples of collapsed beam sent to IIT Roorkee for further analyses

The disaster on Tuesday evening killed 15 persons, injured half a dozen and flattened many two and four-wheeler vehicles

The three updates will help users better 'create and save memories'

Facebook picks India first to launch its new features for stories format

Among the new features include voice posts, stories archive and the ability to save photos and videos from the Facebook Camera app while avoiding using up space on the user's mobile phone

The vice chancellor assured the students union that he would stand by them in their quest for justice

AMU students threaten fresh agitation, demands judicial inquiry into campus violence 

Nafeesa Begum, the mother of missing JNU student Najeeb, played a key role in persuading the AMU protesters to end their indefinite hunger strike

The University has already set up an action plan to promote research activities

Gangadhar Meher University sets up special cell to promote research activities

The students of the University are expected to benefit with the increasing research activities

A total of 693 graduates received their degree certificates

KCG College of Technology celebrates 15th graduation day

The 15th Graduation Day of KCG College of Technology was celebrated on 5 August 2017

The inaugural session of the conference

GITAM played host to a conference based on Towards Risk-Based Solvency

The conference, sponsored by ICICI Prudential, had eminent speakers speaking on the topic

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