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Jamia Hamdard recruitment: Data entry operator

Jamia Hamdard Deemed University accredited by Naac, has invited application for recruitment to post of data entry operator or research study on m labour. The profile will be on a contractual basis for the period of two months. Eligible candidates ... India Today, 1 week ago
Vision builder: Habil Khorakiwala DNA, 1 month ago

Eminent Muslim educationist Saiyid Hamid dead

Born in Faizabad in 1920, Hamid, who also headed Jamia Hamdard, a deemed university, in 1999, worked for the educational uplift of Indian Muslims.
 Times of India1 month ago Saiyid Hamid no more  Siasat Daily1 month ago We are ready  The Hindu1 week ago Indian expats fondly recall Saiyid Hamid's contribution  Arab News1 month ago
DAWN Group

Jamia Millia Malir body asked to vacate historical building

KARACHI: Struggling to revive the past glory of Jamia Millia Malir, senior educationists and teachers, most of whom have retired from active service and are volunteering, face an eviction threat from the historical office building built under the ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago

Scholars protest as stipend hike due since 2010

NEW DELHI: Thousands of research scholars across the country expressed great disappointment with what they saw as Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "rhetoric" on science and technology which they said was not backed by concrete policy initiatives or ...
 Times of India5 days ago

Mr PM, do you care about research as much as industry?: Siva Ranjan Upala

On Monday, Siva Ranjan Upala, a 29-year-old research scholar from the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Mohali, led 1.5 lakh other research scholars from IIT Delhi, AIIMS, DRDO, Delhi University, JNU, Jamia Hamdard University on a ...
 DNA1 week ago

A rich treat of brilliance and literature

Just got back from the SAARC Literature Festival held at Agra. Great get-away from this city's killing pace; compounded by a harsh winter, further compounded for me as I'd suffered a rib fracture whilst trying to fix a bulb, standing atop a rickety ...
 Kashmir Times1 week ago

Academic collaborations

IMS Ghaziabad, established in 1990, offers courses in management education. The institute has signed MoUs with the University of Atlanta, US; Jamia Hamdard, , Hangzhou, China. Under the MoU with University of Atlanta, USA, the institute will accord ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Scientifically proven herbal aphrodisiacs

Researchers have identified and explored scientifically proven local herbal aphrodisiacs for treating sexual dysfunction. Top on the list are: nutmeg; ginger or tonic root; saffron; date palm; tropical almond; goat head and velvet bean ( werepe in ...
 The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago

One Diagnostic Tube Go with the Flow

Current trends in flow cytometry are helping to drive increased adoption of this technology in clinical testing, pharmaceutical studies, and basic research in novel areas. Anshuman Ojha of Elets News Network (ENN) has more Flow cytometry ...
 EHealth Magazine2 weeks ago
Indian Express

On bus to East, opinions lurch between AAP, BJP

Commuters on Bus No. 340 that runs between Central Secretariat and Krishna Nagar. (Source: Express Photo by Renuka Puri) On DTC bus No. 340 that runs between Arvind Kejriwal's constituency and Bedi's, opinions and expectations differ but there is ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
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