Gift of "Adda" and the Clock Tower to IIT-Kgp by 1970-batch alums
Gift of 'ADDA' and Alumni Clock Tower to the campus by the Indian Institute of Technology - Kharagpur's alumni batch of 1970 will change the social interaction at the country's oldest IIT.
IIT-Delhi startup launches DIY artificial intelligence kits for school students
The kit includes many technical novelties such as AI computin...
Bodoland celebrates Accord
Bodoland celebrated the signing of Bodo accord between the Centre and four factions of the National Democratic Fro...
Govt signs peace pact with Bodos, Amit Shah says Assam’s territorial integrity assured
A monetary package of Rs 1,500 crore has been sanctioned by the government for implementation of the accord in the next three years, according to the accord. Home minister Amit Shah said Assam’s territorial integrity is assured with this agreement as every single Bodo group has come on board.
Making oral care simple: New small protein coating may help prevent tooth decay
The coating can help prevent new cavities along with healing existing ones.
Stranded Indian students in Wuhan: India says examining all options
India on Sunday said it is examining "all options" in consultations with the Chinese government to address the concerns of over 250 stranded Indians, including students, in Wuhan, the epicentre of the fast spreading coronavirus.
Govt signs accord with NDFB, ABSU to resolve Bodo issue
The government on Monday signed an accord with one of the dreaded insurgent groups of Assam -- the National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) -- providing political and economic bonanza. The All Bodo Students' Union (ABSU), which has been spearheading a movement for a Bodoland state was also signatory to the accord.
Testing B-school students on Innovation - OnePlus ETPrime Intellect
PPOs and internships from OnePlus to winners
Aligarh: AMU students disrupt VC's Republic Day speech, raise ‘VC go back' slogans
Another faceoff between students and Vice Chancellor Tariq Mansoor at the Aligarh Muslim University. Students disrupted the VC Mansoor’s Rep...
About 250 Indian students stuck in Wuhan, India 'requests' China to permit them to leave
While majority of the Indian students left for home on Chinese New Year holidays, over 250 to 300 students are said to be still in the city and its surrounding areas. Besides the students, the fast spreading virus has become a major worry for their parents back home. Some students managed to leave the city just before it was sealed off on January 23.
Delhi HC: Collect earlier fee, register JNU students
A bench of Justice Rajiv Shakdher also issued notices to MHRD and UGC which were impleaded in the matter.
4 minor students among 5 killed as two floors of building collapses in Delhi's Bhajanpura
Five people, including four students, were killed when a floor of a building collapsed in the city's Bhajanpura area on Saturday, fire officials said. They said around 30 students were attending classes at a coaching centre when the fourth floor of the building collapsed, trapping them under the debris.
Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Pune biggest markets for student housing in India: Report
"Delhi-NCR with 7.45 lakh students enrolled in HEIs as of 2018-19 has 50 per cent outstation students. There is demand for additional 2.5 lakh beds from PMSA operators," the Cushman & Wakefield report said.
Amit Shah hits back at Manish Sisodia, says 75,000 students failed in Delhi schools
Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday locked horns over the issue of schools in Delhi with ...
Student unions of NE universities call for class boycott against CAA
“As the Supreme Court will hear the petition against CAA, we will register our protest against CAA. Students from universities which include Gauhati, Dibrugarh, Cotton, Nagaland, Manipur, Tezpur and North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, will hold protest and boycott classes, " said PG Students Union of Gauhati University gen secy Moon Talukdar.
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