JEE Advanced 2019 on May 27, rescheduled due to Lok Sabha polls

JEE Advanced 2019 on May 27, rescheduled due to Lok Sabha polls

Due to the approaching Lok Sabha polls, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee has decided to reschedule its entrance exam from May 19 to May 27, 2019. Entrance exam rescheduled According to the official statement by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee — the institute responsible for organizing the entrance exam this year — will now conduct the JEE Advanced on May 27, 2019 (Monday) instead of May 19. An official statement said,…

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ONGC Recruitment Through UGC-NET: Details Here

ONGC Recruitment Through UGC-NET: Details Here

Online registration for ONGC Recruitment began on March 18 and the application submission portal will be active till April 9. What is it? Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) announced recruitment for HR Executive and Public Relations Officer posts through UGC’s research fellowship and Assistant Professor eligibility test, NET. Last date for online registration: March 30 The leading PSU will select candidates on the basis of their NET score, the exam for which will…

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Last Day for Applying to 120 Women Scientists Vacancy with IP Training

Last Day for Applying to 120 Women Scientists Vacancy with IP Training

Women in Science are very hard to come by. Compared to men, very few women scientists exist. The reason behind this is fewer opportunities and also societal pressure. To bridge this disparity the Ministry of Science and Technology has come up with 120 new vacancies for women scientists, reports The Indian Express. What is it? Ministry of Science and Technology recruitment 2019: Under the fellowship, selected candidates will receive one-year on-the-job training in Intellectual Property…

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Soumya Swaminathan Appointed WHO Chief Scientist

Soumya Swaminathan Appointed WHO Chief Scientist

March 8 is International Working Women’s Day. Today we celebrate the women in our life. Despite the many advances made by women in various sectors of work, women still don’t get there. So, this day is dedicated for the invincible. Soumya Swaminathan, the newly appointed Chief Scientist of WHO and the former Deputy General of WHO is one such woman. Let’s celebrate her story. Who is Soumya Swaminathan? Coming from a scientist father who pioneered…

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Sikkim Govt Launches Free Hospital!

Sikkim Govt Launches Free Hospital!

Healthcare and Medical facilities are the primary concerns for people in the country. However, despite the urgency and necessity for immediate medical facilities it isn’t that much easily available for the common man, specially in the rural areas and distant towns. The sole reason behind this is affordability of healthcare. To remedy this the Sikkim government has come up with the idea of establishing a free of cost hospital in the state, says a report…

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Delhi Govt. Plans Free NEET/JEE Coaching for Students

Delhi Govt. Plans Free NEET/JEE Coaching for Students

Cracking NEET and JEE are the primary aim of most school students in India. So much is the competition that they cannot do without a rigorous training at pricy coaching institutions that have mushroomed all over the country. However, not all can afford it, specially students studying in government schools. To bring them on par with private school students, the Delhi Govt. has thought of giving them free coaching for NEET and IIT/JEE, reports the…

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Bangalore Doc Aims Free Heart Surgery on 30 Needy Patients

Bangalore Doc Aims Free Heart Surgery on 30 Needy Patients

The leading cause of concern amongst Indians is heart diseases and diabetes. Such is the nature of the problem that it has become a lifestyle issue for many with the gravity of situation developing amongst people as young as 14-16 year old. However, the cost of treatment for heart diseases including heart surgery amounts to 2 lakhs which aren’t affordable for most people. To remedy this a Bangalore doctor has decided to help the poor…

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Delhi Govt. Introduces Constitution Courses in School

Delhi Govt. Introduces Constitution Courses in School

If we are asked to name our favourite subject in school, most of us would say singing, dancing, drawing or even english. At best, people will speak of science, geography or other such conventional subjects. But very few of us will speak of history or civics for that matter. Now, an essential part of citizenship, the constitution lies in these 2 subjects. But how many of us actually know it or have studied about it?…

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Indian Gvt. to Launch 13 New Central Universities

Indian Gvt. to Launch 13 New Central Universities

With more and more people taking up higher education the need of establishing new colleges and universities has become essential, especially in the semi-urban towns and rural areas. Keeping this in mind, the cabinet has given nod to establish 13 new central universities all over India. What is it? Cabinet approved an expenditure of Rs 3,639.32 crore to set up 13 new Central Universities, each in Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Orissa,…

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IIT Hyderabad Launches Artificial Intelligence B.Tech Course

IIT Hyderabad Launches Artificial Intelligence B.Tech Course

Artificial Intelligence or AI has caught the world by storm. There isn’t an avenue left which hasn’t been touched by AI. Hence, it has become extremely important for students to be well-versed with it. Keeping this in mind, IIT Hyderabad is offering a B.Tech course in AI, reports The Hindusthan Times. What is it? Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad has done the unthinkable. In a major step, the premier institute has launched a full-fledged BTech…

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