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Why did Nandita Shetty leave a high-profile job in Boston and ...

This story is brought to you in association with Stanford Ignite, a certificate program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, offered by the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Nandita Shetty left an exclusive job in Boston behind and moved back ..., 2 months ago

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Speech by the President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee at the Eleventh Convocation of Symbiosis International University

2. I am also glad at this opportunity to visit Pune, a historical city closely associated with our independence movement. It is the land of freedom fighters and social reformers like Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Veer Savarkar, Gopal Krishna Gokhale, ...
 Web Newswire1 day ago
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Stanford University Professor Awarded National Science Medal

By Arun Kumar WASHINGTON President Barack Obama awarded the National Medal of Science to Indian American scientist Thomas Kailath for his transformative contribution to science and technology. Kerala-born Stanford University Professor ...
 News India Times5 days ago Obama awards science medal to NRI scientist  Asian Lite6 days ago Obama awards national science medal to Indian American scientist  Siasat Daily6 days ago US presidential medal for Indian-American scientist  Rediff.com6 days ago

Super 30 founder at Stanford: There is no substitute for teachers

Asserting that there is "no substitute" for teachers, Indian mathematician and founder Anand Kumar has said that there is a need to create an atmosphere in which teachers get respect and recognition to draw the best to this profession. Kumar, the founder of Super 30 tutorial programme that started in Patna, Bihar in 2002, was speaking at an event organised by the Stanford India Association of the Stanford University, coinciding with the world teachers' day, wherein he underlined the need to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago There Is No Substitute for Teachers: Anand Kumar at Stanford  Outlook India1 month ago Talk by Super 30 founder, Shri Anand Kumar from Patna  Events At Stanford1 month ago Anand focus on teachers for excellence  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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Pune-educated Stanford professor wins US National Medal of Science

Washington, Oct 4 Thomas Kailath, a Pune educated Indian-American engineering professor at Stanford University , is one of the recipients of the US National Medal of Science announced by President Barack Obama. Kailath is also a recipient of ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago Godrej, Aptech, Weikfield keen to invest in Himachal  SME Times2 weeks ago Godrej Aptech Weikfield keen to invest in Himachal  Bombay News.Net3 weeks ago Make in India: The GOQii Agenda  Computerworld India2 weeks ago
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Indian-Origin Stanford Prof Wins Top US Award for Science

A 79-year-old Indian-American Stanford University professor is among 10 innovators to receive US National Medal of Science announced by President Barack Obama for their contribution to the field of science. Pune-graduate and Padma Bhushan ...
 Outlook India1 month ago Indian-origin Stanford professor wins top US award for science  Business Standard India1 month ago

Unseen India on the Big Screen at United Nations Association Film Festival

San Leandro, Calif. — Among the 70-odd films screening at the 17 th United Nations Association Film Festival, to be held at Stanford University and other venues in the San Francisco Bay Area Oct. 16-26, are three films showing a hidden side of ...
 India-West1 month ago United Nations Association Film Festival (UNAFF)  Events At Stanford1 month ago UNAFF brings international documentaries to campus  Individual.com1 month ago UNAFF (United Nations Association Film Festival)  Events At Stanford2 months ago

Making students stress free without medicines

Stanford student Nitya Kanuri believes that a phone-based, anxiety assessment app built in the US can help Indian students manage their stress levels better. According to what Nitya Kanuri had studied, stress is the precursor to most illnesses. Which is why this Stanford student, who is particularly interested in the subject, decided to help students deal with it, first here and then in India. She had seen the damage that stress and depression, that other horseman of the mental apocalypse, can ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Infosys Collaborates with Stanford Graduate School of Business to Develop World-class Education and Training

Infosys Logo Facebook Twitter Pinterest Infosys Logo BANGALORE, India , November 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Infosys , a global leader in technology, consulting, outsourcing and next-generation services, today announced that it will ...
 Education Dive1 week ago Infosys (NASDAQ: INFY) Announces Results for the Quarter Ended September 30, 2014  AndhraNews.net1 month ago Infosys Posts 2Q Results  Individual.com1 month ago Infosys Announces Results for the Quarter ended September 30, 2014  Bobsguide1 month ago
Stanford Report

Gandhi's nonviolent approach offers lessons for peace movements, Stanford scholar says

The organizational innovations behind Mohandas Gandhi's nonviolent movement in India offer lessons for contemporary peace movements, a Stanford scholar argues. In a new paper that reinterprets Gandhi's legacy, Stanford's Saumitra Jha, an associate ...
 Stanford Report4 weeks ago
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