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New IIT Foundation for accrediting engineering colleges in the country

The recently formed body will be free from any interference from the Ministry or IITs, according to sources

Published on 20th October 2019
University of Hyderabad

UoH departments cancel entrance tests, demand JRF instead for PhD admission: Who will be worst hit?  

Several marginalised students avail other scholarships and don't always qualify for JRF but the departments have said they will determine selection based on weightage of scholarship

 

Published on 18th October 2019
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Now, you can study AI at the world's first-ever graduate level, research-based AI university in Abu Dhabi

Over the next decade, AI is set to have a transformational impact on the global economy, with experts estimating that, by 2030, AI could contribute nearly $16 trillion to the global economy

Published on 17th October 2019
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NIMHANS sets up SAFE clinic to help people who want to quit substance abuse

The Substance Abuse-Free Existence (SAFE) clinic, with the philosophy 'Staying substance free - a way of living', will offer several services

Published on 16th October 2019
Aligarh Muslim University

Majority of Kashmiri students in AMU rubbish ex-VP's claim, will attend Founder's Day feast

Around 95 per cent will be attending the dinner, said students who also alleged that Sajjad was trying to appease the Kashmiri students who had "disowned" him for wanting to join the BJP

Published on 17th October 2019
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Kashmiri students boycott AMU founder Sir Syed's birth anniversary celebrations over valley's situation

Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, was a Muslim pragmatist, Islamic reformist, philosopher of nineteenth-century British India

Published on 16th October 2019
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This UPSC aspirant from Karnataka has spotted more than 500 bird species across India!

Kiran Bagade, an avid birdwatcher, talks about how he fell in love with ornithology, the subtle art of bird ringing and how it helps in studying a particular breed of birds — and climate change

Published on 17th October 2019
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Harsh Batra believes his nutrition drink Happy Ratio can substitute the mid-day meal. Really?

Harsh Batra has found a way to provide school girls the nutrition they need to make it big in the field of sports — he tells us what's gone into the making of his elixir Happy Ratio and why it's safe

Published on 16th October 2019
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Chandrayaan-2 Director Ritu Karidhal Srivastava gets honorary doctorate from alma mater Lucknow Uni

Srivastava finished her post-graduation in 1997 and got enrolled in a doctorate course in the Physics Department in Lucknow University

Published on 15th October 2019
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They are active Maoists, recruited cadres: Bombay HC refuses bail to 3 activists in Bhima-Koregaon case

The police booked the three and several other activists under the provisions of the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) and the Indian Penal Code (IPC)

Published on 15th October 2019
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Why was School Education Secretary Rina Ray removed from the MHRD?

Rina has been in the department from 2015 and has been part of major pathbreaking programmes in the past five years. No reason has been given for her sudden transfer

Published on 15th October 2019
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This is the Odisha rugby coach whose heroics Abhay Deol has recreated in Jungle Cry

Everybody's raving about how Abhay Deol's Jungle Cry could be the next Chak De India. We talk to the real-life coach who took a raw team from KISS in Odisha to win a global rugby journey in London 

Published on 15th October 2019
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Three years on: When did the people closest to missing JNU student Najeeb give up hope?

JNU student Najeeb Ahmed mysteriously disappeared on October 15, 2016. Three years later, nobody knows where he is

Published on 14th October 2019
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How hotel management student Sudharma Dwadasi is taking Delhi's poetry scene by storm

"Poetry is not something I would like to do for money, it is something I am passionate about," says Sudharma Dwadasi who likes to write poetry in solitude 

Published on 15th October 2019
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JNU, Presidency College alumni Abhijit 'Jhima' Banerjee wins Nobel in Economics for his work to alleviate poverty

His wife Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer were joint winners of the 2019 Nobel for Economics for their experiment-based approach that has transformed development economics

Published on 14th October 2019

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