Thursday, December 2, 2021

Education Today

The graveyard of spacecrafts

Point Nemo is named after author Jules Verne's famous seafaring anti-hero Captain Nemo.

Why do we eat cake on birthdays?

There is some speculation that before the emergence of “birthday parties”, the Romans used to bake cakes in order to celebrate the birthdays of people more elevated in society.

Toppers keen to join govt colleges

Students topped in IPE have chosen to join university and government degree colleges

New job alerts for freshers

Jobseekers can check for government job alerts & private job alerts in the broadcast section in the DEET application present in the left sidebar.

Nurturing tomorrow’s business icons

The business school is recognized for its high-quality education and the students can experience it while studying at GISMA.

100 million-year-old meteorite crater found

Now, scientists are investigating the Ora Banda site on a microscopic level.

Children show their love for animals

The mission of this day is to raise the status of animals to improve welfare standards worldwide.

Preventing eye strain from digital devices

Dr Dilnaaz spoke about how students in the remote learning era are exposed to increased screentime and one needs to take proper care to maintain one’s eyes.

Chittorgarh: The largest fort in India

Chittorgarh was the capital of Mewar and is located in the present-day town of Chittor on the left bank of the Berach river.
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