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Get coaching for JEE, Medical in your school!

Get coaching for JEE, Medical in your school!

In some Junior colleges, engineering and medical entrance preparation is integrated with the school and board exam syllabus. How it works. by Rashmi Menon During Class 10, Nathan Moniz had to shuttle between school, tuitions, homework and revision. After school, he headed directly to two-hour coaching classes in Science and Maths. When he came home, his […]

Food technology: Science of making food last longer

From cereals and yoghurt to instant noodles, pickles and ketchup, discover how packaged foods are created, and the people behind these products by Rashmi Menon ALONE at home and not in a mood to cook? Instant noodles to the rescue! A trip to the nearest supermarket in your area unravels the plethora of food products in […]

AICTE keeps colleges in dark

THE unexpected delay in the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) approval to 167 engineering colleges in the State has caught most colleges off-guard. While the colleges claim to have submitted the online application on time and received acknowledgement from the AICTE, the matter hasn’t moved forward.  “We received a response form from the […]

New centre to design biomedical products planned

Proposal for the Rs 50-cr centre submitted to DBT DESIGNED to revolutionalise healthcare accessibility, the Indian Institute of Science has envisaged a Centre for Biodesign, a research facility covering a unique mix of biology, medicine and clinical engineering. The research projects proposed to be taken up at the centre include indigenous and innovative dialysis chairs, […]

Bridge course for pharmacists

Rashmi Menon brings you the details of the new Bachelor of Pharmacy Practice course, which is designed to keep working pharmacists updated on new drugs and their usage, reaction and potency THE Pharmacy Council of India has received permission from the government to start a Bachelor of Pharmacy Practice (B.Pharma.Pr) programme or a bridge course […]

Result delay affects BU students’ job prospects

A lecturer’s delay in awarding internal assessment marks has allegedly forced Bangalore University to delay the announcement of results of 30 students of second year MSc in Botany. The Botany department has not released the results two months after the examination, while students of other departments have got their results and even secured jobs. “We […]

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