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Dr Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University slashes faculty quota seats for Dalit candidates by 50%, despite SC order

By reducing the seats for Dalit candidates, Dr Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University not only flouted the Central University rule reservation but has also gone against the latest SC order

Published on 1st November 2018
Mir Kannur Collector

Why Kannur Collector Mir Mohammed Ali is someone all Indian youth should look up to

IAS officer Mir Mohammed Ali, the collector of Kannur, is not only transforming the face of the district which was once bloodied with frequent political violence, there's a lot more to him as a person

Published on 31st October 2018
Novel 3D bioprinting technology

Novel 3D bioprinting tech to create artificial blood vessels, organ tissue

Hardened blood vessels are associated with cardiovascular disease, but engineering a solution for viable artery and tissue replacement has historically proven challenging

Published on 22nd October 2018
Homecrop

Homecrop enables people to grow their own vegetables in their terrace or balcony

Manvitha Reddy tells people that gardening is also good for stress levels and gives us some physical activity, so she asks them not to just look at the harvest or the commercial side of the plants 

Published on 21st October 2018
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Indian student creates algorithm to help you find parking space while you're driving

Sai Nikhil Reddy Mettupally wanted to develop a parking app that didn't rely on the purchase, installation, and maintenance of expensive in-ground sensors

 

Published on 31st October 2018
PreBOO app

After the success of their mobile communication app PreBOO, this start-up is ready to launch their next venture

They have two objectives with their portal — to provide cost-effective education and remove the language barrier

Published on 19th October 2018
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Cosmos Maya's Ketan Mehta tells us why animation in India is a career to kill for

Founded by internationally acclaimed Indian filmmakers Ketan Mehta and Deepa Sahi, the company primarily focuses on creating projects in the kids’ animation space

Published on 31st October 2018
Team Tvasta

How this start-up run by IIT Madras alums is going to 3D print your next house

Incidentally, though they didn't start off wanting to print houses, the co-founders were very excited about 3D printing as a concept

Published on 31st October 2018
Facebook War Room

Facebook to counter fake news with its War Room to stop election interference

The social networking giant has rolled out several initiatives to fight fake news and bring more transparency and accountability in its advertising since then

Published on 19th October 2018
Virtual Reality in classrooms for learning disabilities

This school is using virtual reality to train students who suffer from Specific Learning Disabilities

As a pilot project, Blossoms School in Bengaluru has introduced Virtual Reality in their classrooms and research is on to introduce it full-fledgedly as well, finds Rashmi Patil 

Published on 19th October 2018
Women empowerment

Here is how Spurthi Kolipaka found her calling in women empowerment

Secunderabad-born Kolipaka works in the areas of menstrual hygiene, sanitation, hygiene and more in Telangana 

Published on 19th October 2018
Sleep detection device while driving

Uttarakhand students develop sleep detection device that will prevent you from dozing off while driving

Lakshya Gupta and Jaldeep Giniya speak about the sleep detection device they they have developed to prevent accidents caused due to the driver sleeping at the wheel

Published on 21st October 2018
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Indian Law won't cover you being photographed secretly but there is still some hope

Privacy was recently declared as a fundamental right but the invasion that occurs on a daily basis in our country has no definite law to protect it. However, sub-laws can greatly help in such cases 

Published on 8th January 2018
Upskilling

Why are half the IT employees in India dropping out of upskilling programmes? FITE has the answer

An earlier study had also found that IT professionals need to up-skill 15-20 times in their career to stay relevant in the industry

Published on 30th October 2018
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This MIT scholar's cost-effective water recycling machine runs without electricity

India is facing a huge water crisis and research scholar Jitendra Singh, the NIT research scholar is hoping to save the country from an acute shortage of water.

Published on 30th October 2018

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