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About 25 results for "bachelor of science"

BSc students fret over low scores, blame MU's results chaos

It has now come to light that several students of Bachelor of Science (BSc) studying under various affiliated colleges of the university have scored between 10-30 marks. DNA, 1 month ago

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IGIMS Patna asks employees to declare their virginity and number of wives

In a bizarre incident, Patna's Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences has asked its employees to declare their virginity and number of wives in a marital status declaration form.Out of three such declarations, one reads as: "That I am ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Are you a virgin? Govt institute wants to know  Sify1 month ago
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Virgin means unmarried: Bihar minister on marital status form

Following the outcry over Patna's Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (IGIMS) marital status declaration form, asking if the person is a "bachelor/widower/virgin", Bihar Health Minister Mangal Pandey on Thursday said 'virgin' just means unmarried and there is nothing objectionable in it being written in the form."The word which is used is 'virgin'. It means unmarried girl, maiden. I don't think these words are not objectionable. But still this issue is being raised. I had a word with ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago 'Virgin' doesn't imply virginity, but unmarried status: IGIMS clarifies on marital status form  catchnews.com1 month ago

Reliance Jio user data leak: Maha police detains Rajasthan man

The Maharashtra Police today detained a 35-year-old computer science dropout from Rajasthan for his alleged involvement in a leak of customer data from India's newest telecoms entrant - Reliance Jio. "One person has been detained. Further evidence collection ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Suspected data leak: 50 SIM cards found from arrested man  Business Standard2 months ago
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Celebrated IIT professor H.C. Verma retires, social media reacts

[India], July 2 (ANI): H.C. Verma, the one name that survived Science students in their toughest times (read: studying Physics), has announced his retirement after a 38-year-long career. Dr. H.C. Verma, who joined IIT Kanpur as an assistant professor in 1994, ...
 Sify2 months ago Celebrated IIT professor HC Verma retires, social media reacts  catchnews.com2 months ago

Boon for bachelors: These 5 apps will make survival easy for you

5 apps that work as a personal assistant and provide instant solutions for a variety of needs
 Business Standard2 months ago

Opportunity for NE students

The CSIR North East Institute of Science and Technology, Jorhat, has instituted a scholarship scheme for students of NE Region for pursuing Bachelor's Degree programme in Natural Basic Sciences, BSc, BSc Hons , integrated MSc MS programmes in any of the ...
 E Pao!2 weeks ago
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Serve the servants: A bachelor and his maid

Many years ago, Freddie Mercury sang: ‘I can’t live with you/ But I can’t live without you/ I can’t let you stay/ Ooh but I can’t live if you go away...’ He was singing a love song, but the words describe, fairly ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Zahida Amin: The new face of Kashmir

'Zahida Amin and her group of village women have gained a better understanding of India.'Anjuli Bhargava reports. IMAGE: Zahida Amin used the Sopore women's talent in embroidery to make them independent. All photograph: Kind courtesy Zahida Amin/Facebook The year was 1993. Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district was the hub of militant activity. Rarely did a day go by without a confrontation between the militants and the army. Gunfire, explosions and death had become a common occurrence -- a ...
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This 19 year old is transforming the lives of underprivileged children

Make The World Wonderful, an NGO founded by Meghana Dabbara in 2015, is on a mission to set up 2,500 child adoption programme centres by 2023. All photographs: Courtesy Your Story On the fringes of Hyderabad in south India, an egalitarian realm exists for about 50 children, who were previously in need of help, but are now being trained to be the ones administering it. The wounds from their distressed backgrounds are being nursed through -- believe it or not -- education. But it is no ordinary ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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