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Kerala engg colleges left with vacant seats as students switch to MBBS following delay in NEET seat allotment results
According to the CUSAT professor, it is an injustice to those students, especially from financially weaker families, who aspire to be engineers but couldn't get admission
What happened on February 3: Paper currency comes into vogue and the Day the Music Died
Coins were well known, but not paper currency. How did the people back then take to it? Also, why is this day also known as The Day the Music Died?
What happened on February 1: The start of St Stephen's College and why the first New English Dictionary ended with 'Ant'
St Stephen's College has an iconic campus and even more iconic is its legacy. Let's read about how it started and how the New English Dictionary was published
To sir, with love: CUSAT researchers discover new species of isopod pathogens, name it after their professor
The new species of isopod pathogens, named Norileca hathai, was discovered in the Indian Ocean, predominantly in the Andaman Sea by the researchers
What happened on January 20: Kamala Harris sworn in as US Vice-President and how India celebrated it
Also, some very famous words were uttered by former US President John F Kennedy and surely, you know them too!
Here's what the new ETS India centre means for students taking TOEFL, GRE
ETS offers the TOEFL and GRE examinations, which every student seeking to study abroad in countries like the USA, the UK has to take
Education Ministry set to fill thousands of vacant teacher posts by March 2022
Currently, there are about 50 central universities in the country and more than six thousand posts for teachers are vacant
What The FAQ: What does the in-person interview waiver for a US visa mean for Indians?
The US State Department on December 23 stated the in-person interview process is being suspended temporarily for some particular types of work visas
What happened on December 18: Abolition of slavery came into force, Tanzanian president received Gandhi Peace Prize and Brad Pitt was born
Some of the important events in history have taken place on December 18. We promptly make a note of them in today's throwback
New beginnings: What the recent MoU signed by SOA and ICSI entails
The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) would facilitate the conduct of specialised training programmes in SOA for faculty members, research scholars and students of the university
What the FAQ: What does the USA's boycott of Winter Olympics 2022 in Beijing mean for the world?
China has 0 cases of Omicron and a total of 1,107 active COVID cases. Last week, Chinese officials said that Omicron would "certainly bring some challenges in terms of prevention and control"
What happened on December 3: The Bhopal Gas Tragedy killed thousands and the first PS was released
Besides the tragedy, December 3 gave us some good memories too. PlayStation was launched. Rocky and Laurel & Hardy's first film saw the light of day
13 LPU professors make it to the top 2 per cent of scientists, as per Stanford University global list
A specialised division known as Division of Research and Development (DRD) has also been set up to provide direction to the research being undertaken at all levels in the campus
SOA embarks on a new collaboration with the fifth-best university in Africa
The two universities will conduct joint academic, scientific and cross-cultural activities and organise short and long-term exchange of research, teaching personnel and students
What The FAQ: What are the hypersonic missiles that China is testing? Will it change modern warfare?
The hypersonic missiles that were tested in July and August at the South China Sea have now grabbed the attention of the United States
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