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IIT Mandi researchers develop next-gen spintronic technology for high data storage and ultrafast computational application

The team from IIT Mandi recently designed and developed Spin-transfer torque (STT) based nano spintronic devices, which will put an end to computer data loss

Published on 20th April 2020
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Got a book in you? This publishing house's pitch fest can help you get your ebook out. Here's how 

The publishing house Half Baked Beans can help you finally publish your book online but you have to have a proper marketing plan in place first. So put your creative caps on and get thinking, people

Published on 18th April 2020
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Paytm announces they will provide free access to e-newspapers on its app amid COVID-19

Paytm has taken the initiative to fight misinformation and has launched free e-newspapers of Dainik Bhaskar (Jabalpur Group), Amar Ujala, and a few more

Published on 9th April 2020
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There are no bad students, only bad teachers: Why UPES VC Sunil Rai thinks India needs to educate its educators

The NEP is now thinking of how to enhance the education delivery system rather than create technicians and engineers, says UPES Vice-Chancellor Dr Sunil Rai

Published on 17th March 2020
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California school launches Punjabi language classes as part of after-school programme

Currently, the languages are taught at five elementary schools, with one of the languages taught at each school

Published on 15th March 2020
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UNESCO Renews Community Media Chair at UoH for its socially relevant contributions

Congratulating the team, the Vice-Chancellor said that the work of the Chair is an example of the University's resolve to combine socially relevant research with building the capacities of communities

Published on 10th March 2020
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Finding a green reaction for drugs: Why this UoH prof got invited to the Royal Society of Chemistry

Dr Ramachary’s lab at the University of Hyderabad has made some path-breaking contributions in developing sustainable reactions that try to reduce the byproducts 

Published on 3rd March 2020
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Meet the Coimbatore scientist who just had a species of grass from Rajasthan named after him

C Kunhikannan, born in Kerala's Kasargod, presently heads the committee for rehabilitation and reclamation plan for iron ore mines in three districts of Karnataka 

Published on 2nd March 2020
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Narendra Modi to inaugurate Centre for Vedic Sciences at BHU

The Centre has been set up to explore Vedic corpus for knowledge, related to various sciences, and conduct multi-disciplinary research and promote scientific approach into the vision of seers

Published on 13th February 2020
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How Yogesh Maitreya set up a publishing house to develop an anti-caste sensibility among India's young   

The writer and poet decided to set up his own publishing house after 'mainstream' publishing houses refused to publish his work. Thus Panther's Paw was born 

Published on 31st January 2020
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Instigates political, cultural and social disharmony: Why Kalakshetra cancelled T M Krishna's book launch

The Carnatic musician's latest book Sebastian & Sons was supposed to be launched at the Kalakshetra foundation on February 2 - but will now be done at ACJ instead

 

Published on 30th January 2020
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Got a PhD from a CSIR institute? You can't get a job in some NITs. This is why

A few NITs in the country accept candidates for the faculty position, only if they have at least one degree from a CFTI. No CSIR institutes are included in the list of CFTIs

Published on 24th January 2020
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NAAC, NIRF rankings meaningless. Institutes need to develop brand equity: Former UGC Vice-Chairman H Devaraj

He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also asked him about the NAAC grades and he had to reply honestly even though he had been the chairman of NAAC at one point

Published on 23rd January 2020
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How this WCC student channelled her Asperger’s to make it to The New York Times

Diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at 16, and unable to speak English, Betsy Jenifer never imagined her works would feature in magazines and newspapers around the world four years later

Published on 27th December 2019
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JNU profs claim 'right' candidate with plagiarism in PhD could be hired in East Asian Studies dept

A senior faculty member of the centre on condition of anonymity said that this has become rampant and that he suspects the Vice-Chancellor wants to bring in "his people rather than qualified teachers"

Published on 27th December 2019

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