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COVID impact: AICTE asks all institutions under it to install air sanitisation devices on campus

The devices have been developed by the scientific research labs functioning under the Department of Biotechnology of the Institute of Microbial Technology (CSIR-IMTech)

Published on 1st October 2021

Computer Science aspirants can now get spot admissions at CUSAT. Here's how

Seats are vacant in MCA, MSc (Computer Science with specialisation in Artificial Intelligence) and MSc (Computer Science with specialisation in Data Science)

Published on 1st October 2021

PETA will now teach government school students in Delhi how to love animals. Here's how it will work

A circular has been issued that details this initiative. The education department took this decision after PETA India approached it in September 2021

Published on 1st October 2021

NEET 2021: SC says OCI students are no longer restricted to NRI seats, but there's a twist

In March this year, the NTA had issued a notification that stated that the OCI candidates will be allowed to participate in the admission process as Non-Resident Indians

Published on 4th October 2021

October 4: Remembering Rembrandt, the Dutch artist who created over 80 self-portraits

In today's #TBT, we recall the artist who represented the epitome of the Dutch Golden Age, Rembrandt. The interplay of light and shadow in his painting is one of the many features of his work  

Published on 4th October 2021

This lecturer is travelling through Western Odisha to find out rare art forms. And it's all on YouTube!

A lecturer is travelling the length and breadth of Western Odisha to find out rare crafts and art forms. He documents them on his YouTube channel 'Matir Kala'

Published on 3rd October 2021

Gandhi with Gen Z: Frogs and Gandhi might make an unlikely pair but Ricky Kej's latest track hits hard

Gandhi, a song by Ricky Kej and drummer Stewart Copeland, is our current earworm. Once you hear it, it'll be your earworm too and you won't regret it

Published on 2nd October 2021
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In a COVID-hit year, Delhi University’s high cut-offs make students believe that nothing is enough, not even high percentages

The Delhi University Teachers' Association treasurer Abha Dev Habib appeals to students to not “lose heart and wait for subsequent cut-offs"

Published on 2nd October 2021

Add the philosophy of Mahima dharma in UG courses, Education Minister Pradhan tells UGC

Union Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan, on Saturday, suggested the University Grants Commission conduct extensive research on the philosophy and include it as a part of the syllabus 

Published on 2nd October 2021

I never believed in Hindutva, more students will quit ABVP soon: Former DU ABVP leader who joined NSUI

An Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad member from the University of Delhi moved to the National Students' Union of India (Congress' student wing) on Friday, creating much uproar

Published on 2nd October 2021

Gandhi with Gen Z: Here's what this Gandhian thinker thinks is ailing us as a society today, decades after independence

Avyakta is a Gandhian thinker who travels across states to different rural areas to impart the wisdom of the Mahatma to India's young 

Published on 2nd October 2021

NSUI says top ABVP leader from DU joins their ranks. ABVP says he's nobody. Who's right?

According to a statement issued by the NSUI, Bishnoi, who joined NSUI, said that he did not want to be part of an organistion that hailed Savarkar

Published on 1st October 2021

Need students with innovative ideas to make India prosper: DRDO Chairman G Satheesh Reddy

Dr G Satheesh Reddy, Secretary, Department of Defence (R&D) and Chairman, DRDO said that they can support students' innovation and products if they can help strengthen our defence sector

Published on 1st October 2021

This IISc-incubated start-up will ensure railway tracks in Kerala are hyper-safe from now on. Here's how

L2M Rail, the start-up, believes that structural defects in railway tracks can be identified with the weak links to prevent mass casualties, like the recent Mexico metro rail structure collapse

Published on 1st October 2021

KL University in Hyderabad gets five new Centers of Excellence. Here's what they are all about

Students of the university can study any of the courses offered by the CoEs for free, they only need to clear the registration exam for that particular course

Published on 1st October 2021

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