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Ladakh Public School administration said that classes have resumed following all COVID-19 guidelines and with only 50 per cent occupancy in each class.
A Biotechnology student from Thrissur aims to offer answers to India's food and energy crisis through his start-up. Here's how the research has led them to develop a range of products
A total of four fellowships and 10 internships will be provided for the duration of two months during summer vacation
DME stated that though the internship of the CRRIs ends in March 2021, in view of the COVID pandemic the period may be extended
Girls, you might just be a digital pill away from safety, thanks to this start-up incubated at IIM Vizag
Yes, we know digital pill really, really sounds scary but give these three founders a chance and hear their case out. Their solution can actually prove to be path-breaking. So here they go...
Research by KU Leuven and manufacturer Cochlear on a few human test subjects has shown for the first time that this is possible
Vivek Gurav who formed the Pune Ploggers group speaks about his campaigns of picking different sorts of waste and letting people change their age-old habit of littering around the city
#ThrowBackToday: On World Idli Day today, we recall the British professor who invited trouble by calling idlis "boring"
In today's #TBT, it's all about idlis! This 'steamed rice cake', as the West likes to call it, is so versatile it can be paired with almost anything. So what happened when a professor called it boring
Take serious note of failure to establishment model schools in J-K in 10 years despite having funds: CAG
As the State of Jammu and Kashmir (J-K) was a special category State, the funding pattern through Grant-in-aid for implementation of the scheme was 90:10
JNU PhD scholar Dipsita Dhar on contesting in Bengal Assembly polls: Never interested in politics till I joined college
Now in her final year of PhD, Dipsita says she was not always interested in politics but got involved during her days at the Jawaharlal Nehru University
As of date, 5.81 crore doses of corona vaccine have been administered in the country since the drive began on January 16 after approval for 'Covishield' and 'Covaxin
Dr Subhash Kak at ThinkEdu 2021: Indian universities do not have an ecosystem for critical examination of thought
Dr Subhash Kak and Dushyanth Sridhar were talking about learning from the epics and the lessons they have on life, management and science
The bench said there was no right for full or partial waiver of examination fees and it was the government's decision whether it can foot the bill
The forum has announced a new initiative aimed at bringing together some of the most reputed thinkers for developing new ideas to reboot the Indian economy
According to the study, microplastics allow the formation of a slimy layer on their surface which allows bacteria and antibiotic waste to attach and mingle
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