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Education in India has become a commercial commodity: G Madhavan Nair

The former Chairman of the ISRO mourns what he believes is an unfortunate deterioration of the Indian education system and calls for a complete structural change

Published on 4th July 2017
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Russian cosmonaut inaugurates Astro club at Hindustan University as part of the 'International Seminar on Space' odyssey

Mikhail Kornienko has spent 560 days in space and has also worked as a flight engineer at the International Space Station

Published on 19th July 2017
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'A Giant of a Person': the scientific community mourns the loss of Professor U R Rao

Scientists who worked with him share memories of the Professor who passed away on Monday

Published on 24th July 2017
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These B'luru teens just created a robot that can carry notes from class to class. But, get this, it's apparently to 'save time' for their teachers!

Grade 10 students Vikram Mishra and Gaurang Bharti, invented Autonomous Transport Vehicle (ATV) for their teachers so that they don't have to waste time transferring notes to other faculty members 

Published on 4th October 2017
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NASA too far? Head to this new space gallery at the Bengaluru museum 

The Space and Technology Gallery at the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum also has several models  of satellites launched by India and a replica of the space station at Sriharikota

Published on 1st December 2017
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India spaces out in 2018 as 28-hour countdown for launch of 31 satellites begins at Sriharikota

The Satellites are not all Indian, and excluding four come from six different countries including South Korea and the US

Published on 11th January 2018
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In a big scientific leap, Quantum technology gets big boost in India

Quantum physics is a basic theory in physics that deals with the behaviour of matter and light on the atomic and subatomic scale

Published on 9th May 2018
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Experts raise unanimous concern, says marks-based evaluation is failing India's education system

According to Chairman of Manipal Global Education Services, T V Mohandas Pai, the system has become more rigid and focused on marks; and not on learning and creating excitement and curiosity.

Published on 30th May 2018
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These students from Leap Robotics Hyderabad won big at the International Youth Robot Competition. Here's how

Leap Robotics, founded in October 2016, is a centre which offers STEM training in Hyderabad to young tech enthusiasts

Published on 7th January 2019
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Space Kidz India plans to build satellite to conduct biological experiment in space

Speaking about the nano-satellite Kalamsat, she said it was a 10cm cube, 1.2 kg communication satellite with a life span of two months. The satellite cost was about Rs.12 lakh

Published on 22nd January 2019
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VSSUT students' innovative space programme on sounding rocket launch vehicle gets PM's pat on Mann-Ki-Baat

Stating that the country has also created a world record for launching 104 satellites simultaneously from the same spacecraft, Modi hoped that India would soon register its presence on the moon

Published on 28th January 2019
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ISRO opens advanced Space Technology Incubation Centre on NIT Tiruchy campus

The ISRO director was confident that NITT would extend the reach of the centre in the southern region

Published on 30th May 2019
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ISRO launches Chandrayaan-2 a week after failed attempt

ISRO chief K Sivan on Sunday said that the Chandrayaan-2 will perform 15 crucial manoeuvres in the days to come

Published on 22nd July 2019
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India on the moon: How to use the phrases 'bounce back', 'technical glitch' and others correctly in sentences

To ‘bounce back’ means to return quickly to a normal condition after a difficult situation, crisis or setback

Published on 27th July 2019
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Moon may have more frozen water than previously thought

The potential ice deposits are found in craters near the poles of both Moon and Mercury, said the study published in the journal Nature Geoscience

Published on 5th August 2019

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