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IITs appeal to alumni to help juniors stranded while on internships, projects, exchange programmes across the world

The IITs have appealed the alumni to offer accommodation and other possible help to the stranded students

Published on 20th April 2020
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Medical distancing! This electronic stethoscope allows doctors to remotely listen to heart and lung sounds

The AyuSynk has been designed to allow doctors the necessary distance to protect themselves while treating or diagnosing patients who may have been infected with the Coronavirus

Published on 17th April 2020
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From 'GoCoronaGo' to 'Sampark-o-Meter': IISc, IITs develop mobile apps to aid fight COVID-19

The app "GoCoronaGo" has been developed by a team at IISc which can help identify people who may have crossed paths with COVID-19 suspects

Published on 9th April 2020
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Ed-tech startup Illumnus creates innovative campaign April School Month to deal with lockdown

The unique campaign will help people fight boredom and restlessness due to the long-term lockdown

Published on 7th April 2020
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IIT Bombay announces closure of activities, owing to COVI19 pandemic

The statement said that since all departments will remain closed, students will not be allowed to enter the departments and academic areas

Published on 18th March 2020
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Hyderabad's original farm hand: How Abhinav Gangumalla is making nutritious food accessible 

"People equate sustainability to activism, but I think to build any successful business, at the core of it all, it needs to be sustainable," says Abhinav Gangumalla

Published on 31st January 2020
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Researchers launch Twitter campaign in support of sacked IIT Guwahati whistleblower professor

IIT Guwahati Professor Dr Brijesh Kumar Rai, who had alleged corruption by the IIT-G Director was asked to retire a few days ago and the fallout has been a series of protests

Published on 22nd January 2020
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How astrophysicist Ajay Tannirkulam abandoned a lucrative opportunity abroad to help small farmers in Tamil Nadu

The organisation he co-founded, Magasool, procures technological solutions that help improve yield and reduce the use of pesticides and makes them available to farmers in 9 districts of Tamil Nadu

Published on 16th January 2020
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Meet 22-year-old Prathap from Mandya, who has built over 600 drones, and is known as the Drone Scientist

We talk to Prathap NM from Mandya, popularly known as the Drone Scientist of India. He talks about his journey so far and the instances when his drones helped people in dire need
 

Published on 23rd December 2019
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This is how SMEC is changing the game in the education sector

Recently, St Martin’s Engineering College won The Engineering College of the Year Award (India) 2019 by the American College of Dubai

Published on 5th December 2019
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This user-centric online platform is making a name for itself in the education sector

Ashutosh Kumar leads Testbook.com, one of the nation’s most trusted learning and assessment platforms and he claims it has the potential to land you a stable government job!

Published on 20th November 2019
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IIT Madras students develop drone-based tech to spot survivors during disasters and fetch rescue ASAP

IIT M students have used data from previous disasters to programme a system that uses a set of drones to find people who may be trapped and send their locations to rescue forces in real-time

Published on 9th October 2019
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India's Solar Man Chetan Solanki inspired a million people to go solar on Gandhi Jayanti. Here's how

This Gandhi Jayanti, this IIT Bombay professor encouraged people to power down and use solar power so that we have a semblance of a future to look forward to

Published on 8th October 2019
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'Scientific Blasphemy!' cry IIT Bombay students after HRD Minister's remark on 'scientific' Sanskrit

An article in their in-house journal points out that Pokhriyal had misquoted Rick Briggs' paper. Sanskrit, Briggs said, is one of many languages fit for programming. Not the only one

Published on 4th September 2019
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This Mumbai-based start-up's technique can even predict your area's water requirement. Here's how

They use IoT technology to create a solid water distribution schedule which helps in mapping valves and pumps to specific areas and can even predict water requirement!

Published on 26th August 2019

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