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Cyclone Fani

KIIT, KIMS, KISS campuses severely affected by Cyclone Fani, 150 crores loss estimated

KIIT, KIMS and KISS were some of the most beautiful campuses in the State as well as in the country and the cyclone has left a huge impact on them

Published on 9th May 2019
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UGC directs universities to have an online portal to receive grievances from students

The regulation also has provision for penal action against institutions which violate the regulation

Published on 9th May 2019
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137 years of stellar education: Why St Joseph's College in Bengaluru is among the best

Dr Fr Victor Lobo SJ talks about the efforts that went into making St Joseph's College in Bengaluru the education behemoth that it is today and why they may soon be upgraded to a University

Published on 8th May 2019
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The Bose Krishnamachari interview: When you create art, you create your own philosophy

The internationally-acclaimed artist feels that India has a severe shortage of art museums, despite being a very large country with a rich artistic history and lineage

Published on 8th May 2019
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Madhava Menon, father of modern Indian legal education and founder of NLS passes away

The cremation will take place at Santhi Kavadam this evening. Menon was the founder Director of the National Law School of India University (NLSIU) and the National Judicial Academy, Bhopal

Published on 8th May 2019
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Chennai colleges to bring academic variety in courses soon; degrees in Data Science, Tourism on the cards

New ones like PG degrees in Data Science, Defence and Strategic Studies is on the cards. Academicians have expressed that starting such innovative courses is the need of the hour

Published on 8th May 2019
Hyderabad Traffic

This AI-driven mechanism will help manage Hyderabad traffic, claims Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University

Dr KM Lakshmana has now been roped in by the Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation to ascertain the feasibility of this plan at Wipro Junction in Gachibowli

Published on 6th May 2019
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Hemp it up: Meet the Indian start-ups that are making hemp cool again

Clothes, creams, a type of concrete — hemp can be used to make a whole range of products. Not only this, it is eco-friendly too. We examine why this wonder plant isn't a more integral part of our live

Published on 1st May 2019
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Kerala Health Minister instructs Idukki Medical College to regain MCI approval this academic year

Even though the previous government started the college, the lack of facilities had made MCI cancel the permit and shut down the college

Published on 1st May 2019
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JEE results: 10% EWS quota candidates almost as many as ST candidates in JEE Mains

The examination, conducted in 470 centres in 267 cities including 09 outside India, saw 33,377 male and 9,658 female applicants in the EWS category

Published on 30th April 2019
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NTA declares JEE Main 2019 results, 24 obtain a score of 100: Check cut off here

This was the first JEE Main conducted by the NTA, after the agency was set up in June 2018. What's next for the students? 

Published on 30th April 2019
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Yet another victory for Panjab Varsity Student Council, admin allows 24/7 library, reopens reading room

The students had three basic demands — Open a reading room for students, ensure transparency in hostel allocation, open a cooperative mess for better quality food 

Published on 27th April 2019
Boys of RPMV shelter

Founder of shelter raises funds to renovate the building that houses its boys 

135 boys now live in an outdated building after UP govt asks shelter to separate boys and girls 

Published on 26th April 2019
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What this mountaineer scaling Mt Aconcagua has to do with building a school in Hyderabad

Hyderabad-based Sphoorti Foundation is in need of funds for a new school and Mountaineer VJ Nagender Rao is going to climb one of the most dangerous peaks of the world to help them do so

Published on 24th April 2019
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AAP government cuts funding to 28 DU Colleges: DUTA, DUSU cry foul over 'red tape'

The reason for the decision stated by the government was the university's failure to constitute Governing Bodies in these colleges

Published on 25th April 2019

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