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The many problems confronting the IITs
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The many problems confronting the IITs

One third of faculty positions vacant.One per cent seats empty.New IITs lag in infrastructure, research.Abhishek Waghmare and Sahil Makkar report. Indian Institutes of Technology are struggling to fill vacant faculty positions and seats, despite efforts by the ministry of human resource development (MHRD) to provide more autonomy and resources to these institutions. The shortage of full-time teachers at IITs was 34 per cent at the end of 2017-2018, up from 25 per cent in 2007-2008, according ... Rediff.com, 4 days ago

Cabinet appraised about India, Canada MoU on academic exchange

The Union Cabinet was today appraised about an MoU signed between India and Canada for enabling researchers from both the countries to undertake graduate-level academic research mobility and encourage cross-border industry-academic cooperation, a statement ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Dreams come true: IIT-Kharagpur alumni fund scholarships

Fourteen students will receive an amount upto $3,000 each to pursue high quality international research and internships abroad. Photograph*: Krishnendu Haldar/Reuters   In a first for the institute, IIT Kharagpur (IIT KGP)'s US Alumni Foundation has offered funded foreign internships to students. Around 14 students have been selected and will receive an amount upto $3,000 each to pursue high quality international research and summer internships at reputed global universities such as the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Remembering Kalpana Chawla: 10 interesting facts about India's first woman astronaut!

Kalpana Chawla, India's first women aeronautical engineer to travel into space has been a role model, thanks to her contribution and achievements to the field of aerodynamics. Her death was unfortunate, due to the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, which took ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Two Indian-Americans selected for prestigious Virginia science award

Washington : Two Indian-American researchers have been selected for Virginia's 2018 Outstanding STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Awards for their contribution towards the amelioration of human health. Arun J Sanyal and Parthik Naidu are ...
 Sify2 months ago
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Titan's icy ocean re-created in lab to test submarine: NASA

Scientists have recreated the ocean of Saturn's moon Titan in the laboratory in an attempt to determine how an autonomous submarine would work on the icy cosmic body. Engineers know how to design submarines on Earth, but building one gets a lot trickier when ...
 DNA2 months ago

Soon, lessons on Indian values, ethics for B Tech students

Engineering students will have to undergo a six-week internship, take a paper on environmental studies and also learn Indian values and ethics. Chapters on traditional knowledge and ancient wisdom in science and technology will also be part of the revised ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Cummins aims to move from BS VI to zero emission engines

Cummins, the American diesel engine and power generation products maker, will launch a range of diesel engines that comply with the strictest Bharat Stage VI emission norms in the fourth quarter of 2019, ahead of the government’s April 1, 2020 deadline.
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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This Indian scientist turns e-waste into valuable materials

Mumbai-born Veena Sahajwalla has developed a microfactory in Australia to upcycle electronic waste.  Veena Sahajwalla has launched the world's first microfactory to transform electronic waste into valuable materials. Photograph: Kind courtesy University of New South Wales How do you discard old desktops, smartphones and laptops? You can't dump e-waste in a bin like you get rid of other daily use items. Indian-Australian scientist Prof Veena Sahajwalla has found a solution. The Indian ...
 Rediff.com17 hours ago

New technique to create adaptive materials

Scientists have developed a technique that causes a composite material to become stiffer and stronger on-demand when exposed to ultraviolet light.This on-demand control of composite behaviour could enable a variety of new capabilities for future army ...
 Business Standard4 days ago
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