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Kerala teacher donates Rs 1.1 lakh to CMDRF, wants all his students and their kin vaccinated

A few days ago, Viswas, the English Department head of the Government Arts and Science College Kozhinjampara had donated Rs 1.10 lakh to the CMDRF

Published on 14th May 2021
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India-UK partnership to strengthen role of women in STEMM at schools, universities: DST

The two sides will work to create an enabling environment for equal participation of women in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicines) disciplines

Published on 7th May 2021
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TNIE Let's Debate Senior Finals Winner: Who bagged the grand prize?

The New Indian Express' Let's Debate is India's largest inter-school virtual debate competition and it was held in association with Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, Meil and Linc Pens  

Published on 2nd May 2021
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India Pesticides, Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences get SEBI's go-ahead to launch IPOs

Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) and India Pesticides obtained Sebi's observation on April 28 and April 30, respectively, an update with Sebi showed on Monday.

Published on 3rd May 2021
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Only 150 beds in IGIMS and 108 in PMCH available for treatment of COVID patients

The Bihar government recently declared the Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (IGIMS), Patna, as a COVID-dedicated hospital with 500 beds

Published on 3rd May 2021
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This Chennai start-up's aeronautics summer camps are delivered using theatre, the epics and lots of Science

Vaayusastra, incubated at IIT Madras, is combining theatre, stories with Science in their unique summer classes for students aged 5 to 22

Published on 3rd May 2021
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Single COVID vaccine dose boosts protection against variants in previously infected: Study

The findings, published in the journal Science, show that in those who have not previously been infected and have so far only received one dose of vaccine

Published on 3rd May 2021
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Study: Screening healthcare workers could serve as early warning system for future viruses

The study, led by researchers from RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences in collaboration with IBM Research, is published in PLOS ONE

Published on 3rd May 2021
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Two AMU professors die with 'COVID-like symptoms', seventh faculty death in 10 days

Prof Mohammad Ali of Centre of Agricultural Sciences and Prof Qazi Jamshed of Political Science Department passed away on Wednesday after a brief illness

Published on 29th April 2021
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NCSC sends notice to IIT KGP prof for 'casteist remarks' made during IIT prep class

An Associate Professor from the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, she was teaching the IIT Preparatory Course for SC/ST and PwD Candidates

Published on 28th April 2021
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How does your grandfather's death prevent you from attending class? IIT KGP professor's lecture to SC/ST students causes controversy

The faculty member was identified by the students from the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences

Published on 26th April 2021
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Calcutta University to vaccinate all employees above 45 years, to be carried out in two campuses

While one centre will be at the Rajabazar Science College where vaccination will take place on April 27 and 30, the other centre will be at Ballygange Science College Campus on April 28 and 29

Published on 24th April 2021
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As COVID-19 puts a dent in extracurriculars, Kerala SSLC, +2 students might lose out on grace marks

Students appearing for national-level events like the Republic Day parade or quiz and science fairs are also awarded grace marks ranging from five to 15 per cent for national-level events

Published on 22nd April 2021
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Assume everyone infectious as 60% of cases from pre-symptomatic people, says US expert

A chemist at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) and the University of Colorado Boulder, US, Jimenez was one of the six experts behind the recent assessment

Published on 21st April 2021
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IIT scientists' suggests satellite-based monitoring of glacial catchments to minimise disaster risk

According to a release issued by the Ministry of Science and Technology, this should be the future strategy to reduce the loss of human lives during glacial lake outbursts of floods (GLOF)

Published on 20th April 2021

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