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Encourage Research For Such Products Which Can Be Commercialised: HRD Minister

The Ministry's Innovation Cell showcased more than 70 top students' innovation from across India at the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE).

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DUTA Writes To Delhi CM Over Stoppage Of Funds To 28 DU Colleges

DUTA has written to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on the issue of employees of 28 colleges partially or fully funded by the city government not receiving salaries on time due to stoppage of grants by the AAP dispensation.

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Shiv Nadar University Develops Novel Coating To Beat Air-Pollution Effects

The research has been sponsored by the Government of India’s Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) and has been tested under extreme weather conditions including rain and storms.

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Cabinet Approves Setting Up Of 75 Govt Medical Colleges, Move To Add Over 15,000 MBBS Seats

Of the 58 medical colleges approved under the first phase of the scheme, 39 have already started functioning and the rest would be made operational by 2020-2021.

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First Indian Professor To Design, Develop And Teach At Harvard Business School

Rajiv Agarwal becomes the first Indian Professor to design, develop and teach Simulation on Family Businesses at Harvard Business School.

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IIT Madras-Incubated Startups To Create 1Lakh AI And Deep Learning Experts In India By 2020

GUVI, which offers a platform for students in Tier 2,3 cities to learn in vernacular languages, is collaborating with One Fourth Labs, a startup offering Advanced AI courses at a nominal fee starting at Rs. 1,000.

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IIM Ahmedabad Launches Faculty Newsletter

The first issue presents write-ups on the impact of two published research works on practice and on the ideas behind two courses offered at IIMA’s long-duration programmes.

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IIT Hyderabad Researchers Produce Collagen For Stem Cell-Based Tissue Engineering From Waste Eel Skin

Sustainable utilization of marine discarded eel skin derived-collagen for biomedical application will boost Indian ‘blue’ bioeconomic growth & help develop an alternate industry that converts waste into useful products.

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UP-Based Universities To Adopt 5 Villages, One College Each: Governor

The blueprint detailing the activities to be performed in adopted villages will be given to vice-chancellors and when all will join hands and work in rural areas, the picture of the state will be changed in five years, said Governor Anandiben Patel.

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