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Sikkim Manipal University holds technology workshsop

The Information Technology (IT) Department of Sikkim Manipal University Learning Centre (SMU Ghana) has organized a workshop on IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Adaptive Filter Theory. A press release signed by Abhishek Tagyi, Dean of the ..., 1 month ago
One India

Now, four Indian colleges to offer courses in North eastern dialects

New Delhi, Nov 12: A good news for all those who wanted to study and learn about the North eastern dialects. The Delhi University, Mumbai University, SNDT University (Maharashtra) and Manipal University (Karnataka) will soon start certificate courses on major ...
 One India2 months ago

Microsoft acquires statistical software company, Revolution Analytics

Joseph Sirosh the Corporate Vice President, Machine Learning, Microsoft and David Smith, Chief Community Officer at Revolution Analytics recently announced that the two companies had reached an agreement and that Microsoft would acquire Revolution ...
 Yourstory.in1 day ago

How MUTBI is encouraging students and faculty in Manipal to startup

Starting up in India is not easy and it is harder for early stage entrepreneurs in tier 2 cities and towns, which generally do not have the infrastructure and support that is needed to foster entrepreneurship. While it is difficult to change this ...
 Yourstory.in1 week ago

'Teachers should encourage creativity' (More news)

Udupi: Jayashree Aravind, litterateur and music director, said on Saturday that teachers should learn the art of teaching to students. She was speaking after inaugurating the two-day 15th annual Makkala Sahitya Sammelan (children's literary ...
 SahiOnline2 weeks ago
Pakistan Observer

Ankara should learn from Pakistan

- General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq was a pious soldier, very different from the whiskey-swilling Yahya Khan, who ran Pakistan before Z A Bhutto took over following the war with India. Certainly such piety is to be applauded, but when a similar mindset is ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago
Times of India

Manipal varsity designs course to eliminate forensic blunders

MANGALURU: Aarushi, 14, who was found dead in her apartment in Noida on May 15, 2008, is a case that was botched up due to mishandling of forensic evidence. And this may not be the only case that went south because of forensic blunders. Therefore, ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Video-based learning solutions startup Linkstreet raises Series A funding from Faering Capital

Arun Muthukumar Bangalore-headquartered Linkstreet Learning Pvt Ltd , a cloud startup that offers video-based learning and collaboration solutions to individuals and organisations, has secured an undisclosed sum in its Series A round of funding ...
 Techcircle.in1 month ago

Youths Should Think Big, Start Small, Learn Fast [opinion]

I was recently invited to a youth entrepreneurship workshop to make a presentation on India's opportunities for the Ugandan youth. An interaction with these young minds leads one to believe that they possess a lot of potential, only needing a ...
 Individual.com2 months ago

Hands on training improves sports knowledge

MANIPAL: The two-day workshop on sports science, 'Sportsman 2014' which concluded here on Tuesday provided participants working knowledge through hands-on training and update on the various aspects of training sports persons. The participants ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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