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Category Archives: Education

Global content streams into Indian homes

New Delhi: With the digital boom exposing Indian youth to international content like never before, content providers and broadcasters are gearing to cater to growing demands for quality film and television shows from the West and other countries. While some broadcasters are just happy buying content from other countries, some are bullish about producing more English…

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Deep sleep reinforces learning of motor skills: Study

San Francisco: Neuroscientists at the University of California here have discovered that the animal brain reinforces motor skills during deep sleep. In a study published in Nature Neuroscience on Sunday, the researchers found that during non-rapid eye movement, or non-REM, sleep, slow brain waves bolster neural touchpoints that are directly related to a task that was…

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The ransomware made life miserable: see who got hurt by attack

Forever News global report In a worst disaster the hospitals, companies, universities and governments across at least 150 countries were hounded by a cyberattack that locked computers and demanded ransom. It’s one of the largest attacks ever carried out. The attack hit more than 200,000 victims, according to Europol. That number has grown since Friday, when…

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Brand kate spade new york enters India

New Delhi:  Global fashion and lifestyle brand kate spade new york has forayed into the Indian market with its first two stores in the capital. The brand has opened shop in south Delhi — with one store at the DLF Emporio in Vasant Kunj and another at the Select City Walk in Saket. It has…

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Tripura tables Rs 159.56 billion, deficit Budget for 2017-18

Agartala:  Tripura Finance Minister Bhanulal Saha on Monday presented a Rs 159.56 billion Budget for the fiscal 2017-18 with a deficit of Rs 1.98 billion. Like in previous many years, neither new taxes have been proposed nor the existing taxes have been increased in the Budget, presented on the second day of the month-long Budget…

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MMU MBA Placements See a Jump in Highest Salary with Top Recruitments from Vodafone, Nestle, Reckitt Benckiser etc.

  Our innovative approach to improve employability has been appreciated by corporations. Innovations like CBP and COEs are bearing fruits. The interim placement figures till date for Maharishi Markandeshwar University (MMU), Mullana’s MBA batch indicate a strong uptrend from last year. Names of some marquee companies that have hire picked up our students/candidate are Tata…

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“Mumbai Media Champs” Festival on 24th & 25th January 2017

Mumbai:  Deviprasad Goenka Management College of Media Studies (DGMCMS), an affiliate of Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust (RSET) is celebrating its intercollegiate fest, MUMBAI MEDIA CHAMPS (MMC)), at DGMC Campus, Sunder Nagar, Malad (West),Mumbai on 24th & 25th Jan 2017 on its vibrant campus. Mr Anees Bazmee, renowned Film Director, who has directed box office hits…

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If IITs had more Dalit professors, would Aniket Ambhore be alive?

In March 2012, Sanjay and Sunita Ambhore, parents of Aniket Ambhore, 19, a first-year electrical engineering student at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B), received a letter informing them that their son — admitted in the Scheduled Caste (SC) quota — had failed two courses. Concerned, the Ambhores — Sanjay, a bank manager, is…

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