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AI robot gets below average scores in university entrance exam

An artificial intelligence robot that took a college entrance exam in China has managed to scrape a below average grade, although it finished the test much faster than humans. The robot, AI-MATHS, completed two versions of the exam's math test. It finished ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Colleges challenge order on Nursing Council

Nursing colleges have moved the High Court of Karnataka challenging the single bench order which had stated that the Indian Nursing Council does not have the authority to grant recognition to institutions imparting the nursing course. Adichunchanagiri College ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago Colleges challenge single-judge order on nursing council  Deccan Herald3 days ago
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Deal struck for 46 colleges: Probe

CBI investigations into a de-recognised medical college, which had led to the arrest of three persons for allegedly trying to bribe senior home and health ministry officials, have revealed that the case was not about just one institution. The agency has found ...
 DNA1 week ago

BPharma aspirants in a fix as seat matrix held up due to court case

Students who want to pursue BPharma are worried as the seat matrix for colleges offering the course is not yet available. Counselling for the course is conducted by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) through the Common Entrance Test (CET). Though the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Hyderabad drug racket: One more arrested, 26 colleges, schools, cautioned

The excise department of Telangana has so far arrested 8 persons in connection with the massive drug racket it has unearthed few days ago. The drug mafia consisting mostly former drug addicts has enslaved more than 1000 young men and women many in 8 and 9 ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Centre invites universities and colleges to promote India at NAFSA conference

The Centre has given a call to all universities and colleges to participate in an upcoming international conference on higher education in the US later this month to project India as a preferred destination for education and research. Acting on a directive ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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DU admission 2017: Labourer's son, porter's daughter from slums beat poverty, bag seats

Getting a seat in a Delhi University college is a dream come true, but for those who beat poverty and the hardships of an urban slum to secure a spot amid the sky-high cut-offs, the feat becomes all the more remarkable. Among the thousands who walked into the ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago Labourer's son, porter's daughter from slums bag seats in DU  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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DU colleges keep high cut-offs despite empty seats, 3rd list set to see 2% dip

The process of admissions to University of Delhi (DU) colleges under the second cut-off list is over, and thus far, colleges have filled up less than half of their seats. More than 28,000 of the total 54,000 seats are still up for grabs. At most colleges, the ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Witness to Freedom

India is free, certainly, and has been so for 70 years. But are Indians free-spirited? asks Shreekant Sambrani. The hype about the 70th anniversary of Independence is growing daily. Though a little older than 'midnight’s children', I can justifiably claim to have grown up in and with independent India. Hence I crave the readers' indulgence for some personal reflections. I first encountered what we now call identity politics very early on, even before I started school. My father was ...
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'I-day' gift for Thalassaemia patients in Dakshina Kannada

The 71st Independence Day celebrations will usher in cheer and new hope for hundreds of thalassaemic in Dakshina Kannada district. A thalassaemia day care centre with six beds in RAPCC building (second floor) in district Wenlock Hospital will be inaugurated ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago
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