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Telangana students exploring new avenues

With several fields of studies waiting to be explored, students are drifting away from engineering and medical fields

Strive to transform universities, Telangana governor tells Vice-Chancellors

The universities should not just remain as ‘teaching universities’, but instead they should emerge as the centres of innovation, research, and development, Governor Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan said

Catapulting Telangana into innovation hub

It is incumbent on the part of new Vice-Chancellors to develop a vision for higher education in Telangana

Telangana government appoints Vice-Chancellors to 10 universities

Hyderabad: The State government on Saturday appointed Vice-Chancellors to 10 Universities. The appointments included Prof. D Ravinder Yadav as the Vice-Chancellor of the Osmania University,...

Universities may grow stronger

They have thrived despite past disruptions and Covid-19 is unlikely to impact their growth trajectory adversely

GHMC to rope in new agencies to monitor civic works

GHMC invites reputed universities or colleges to conduct the third party checks of works being done

New Year, higher education amid pandemic

A few students had utilised their time in upgrading skills, and now they are eagerly waiting for some companies to hire them.

TS LAWCET: Date for uploading certificates extended

Last date for uploading scanned copies of original certificates is extended to December 29, 2020

Law universities may consider alternative questions in CLAT for PwD

The move comes after Supreme Court judge Dr. Justice DY Chandrachud made an observation about the hardship some CLAT questions may cause to PwD.

Soldiers can silently communicate using brain signals in future

"Using an algorithm and complex mathematics, the team was able to identify which brain signals were directing motion, or behaviour-relevant signals, and then remove those signals from the other brain signals," C4isrnet reported.

Top US varsity praises TITA’s Digithon programme

UTD wrote to IT and Industries Department Principal Secretary Jayesh Ranjan praising the efforts of the TS Government and for their coding skills initiative. The training methodology rendered by TITA is apt for young students, UTD added.

AICTE revises academic calendar

Last date for first-year admissions is November 30, classes from December 1

DST restructures FIST programme

“The restructuring would also entail a shift from a discipline (tool-centric) based research to interdisciplinary problem solution-centric research.”

PM Modi to deliver keynote address at Invest India Conference today

"The forum aims to give Canadian business community a first-hand perspective of the opportunities to invest in India and showcase India as an investment destination."

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