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Assam CEE 2020 postponed to 20 September, results to be released by month's end on astu.ac.in
India

Assam CEE 2020 postponed to 20 September, results to be released by month's end on astu.ac.in

Earlier, the Assam CEE 2020 was scheduled to take place on 2 August but the outbreak of novel coronavirus has forced authorities to postpone the date.

KCET 2020 Exam Date: Karnataka engineering entrance exam to be held on 30 and 31 July, says education minister
India

KCET 2020 Exam Date: Karnataka engineering entrance exam to be held on 30 and 31 July, says education minister

Those who have applied for KCET 2020 will be able to download the admit card from the official website of the KEA at - cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea/.

Gender gap in physics, engineering, computer science isn't about academic achievement: NYU study
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Gender gap in physics, engineering, computer science isn't about academic achievement: NYU study

Men, even with low high-school GPAs in math, science and low SAT scores, were reaching for PECS and math-intensive majors.

Low Internet Speeds For Students In Andaman
India

Low Internet Speeds For Students In Andaman

With internet speeds operating between 17-18 kbps, it's next to impossible to access online classes or any additional coursework for students residing in the Andaman and Nicobar islands.

L&T bags 'significant' orders worth up to Rs 2,500 cr from domestic clients
Business

L&T bags 'significant' orders worth up to Rs 2,500 cr from domestic clients

Infrastructure company Larsen & Tourbro on Friday said its buildings and factories business has bagged significant orders worth up to Rs 2,500 crore from domestic clients

Larsen & Toubro shares gain nearly 7% as construction arm wins 'large' water management orders
Business

Larsen & Toubro shares gain nearly 7% as construction arm wins 'large' water management orders

Shares of Larsen & Toubro on Monday advanced nearly 7 percent after the company said its construction arm has won "large" water management orders in Karnataka

Coronavirus Outbreak: Exports sector may witness 15 million job losses, increase in NPAs, says industry body
Business

Coronavirus Outbreak: Exports sector may witness 15 million job losses, increase in NPAs, says industry body

About 15 million people face job losses in India's exports sector following cancellation of over half of the orders and gloomy forecast for global trade due to the Covid-19 pandemic, exporters' body FIEO said on Friday

Indian children need to develop their STEM skills, too dependent on textbooks says ex-NASA engineer
science

Indian children need to develop their STEM skills, too dependent on textbooks says ex-NASA engineer

He said, children should not just be engaged in rote-learning, or trying to do things in only the way they have been taught.

L&T Q3 consolidated net profit rises 15% at Rs 2,560 cr; total income up 5% to Rs 36,718 cr
Business

L&T Q3 consolidated net profit rises 15% at Rs 2,560 cr; total income up 5% to Rs 36,718 cr

Engineering and construction major Larsen & Toubro (L&T) on Wednesday posted a 15 percent rise in its consolidated net profit at Rs 2,560.32 crore for the quarter to 31 December, on the back of higher income

Job postings in STEM-related fields rise 44 percent in India in past 3 years: Report
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Job postings in STEM-related fields rise 44 percent in India in past 3 years: Report

Fed into the report are data from job postings and searches on 'Indeed' between November 2016 to 2019.

Exports decline 1.1% in October, imports contract 16.3%; trade deficit narrows to $11 bn
Business

Exports decline 1.1% in October, imports contract 16.3%; trade deficit narrows to $11 bn

The country's exports dipped by 1.11 percent to $26.38 billion in October on account of contraction in sectors like petroleum and leather

IISF 2019: Guinness World Record for largest prototype of a human chromosome created by 400 students
science

IISF 2019: Guinness World Record for largest prototype of a human chromosome created by 400 students

The students have also created two other Guinness World Records — largest astrophysics lesson and assembly of radio kits.

IISF 2019: Sci-Tech minister calls NGOs to help take science from the labs to the public
News & Analysis

IISF 2019: Sci-Tech minister calls NGOs to help take science from the labs to the public

He also encouraged youth taking part in the fest to take advantage of the govt's Startup India-Standup India programmes.

IISF 2019: Engineering model competition opened at IISF by Sci-Tech minister Dr Harsh Vardhan
News & Analysis

IISF 2019: Engineering model competition opened at IISF by Sci-Tech minister Dr Harsh Vardhan

The models displayed at the event range from tech that make existing machines cheaper to finding ways to help disabled people.

Exports dip 6.57% in September, imports contract 13.58%; trade deficit narrows to $10.86 bn
Business

Exports dip 6.57% in September, imports contract 13.58%; trade deficit narrows to $10.86 bn

India's exports contracted by 6.57 percent to $26 billion in September mainly due to significant dip in shipments from key sectors such as petroleum, engineering, leather, chemicals, and gems & jewellery

DMK, Left slam move to 'impose' Sanskrit in Anna University; no course is compulsory, says varsity
India

DMK, Left slam move to 'impose' Sanskrit in Anna University; no course is compulsory, says varsity

The DMK and the Left on Wednesday opposed a proposal by premier technical varsity, the state-run Anna University, to include philosophy in its syllabus for the engineering students, with MK Stalin saying it amounted to 'imposition' of Sanskrit

Poor engineering: Applied science courses teach technical skills, without imparting philosophy of scientific method
India

Poor engineering: Applied science courses teach technical skills, without imparting philosophy of scientific method

Education in subjects such as engineering, medicine and management are rooted in utilitarian ideas. The ethos is one of solving problems, or generating profits, or both. Logic and reason are used as tools towards given ends, but the deeper questions about the values of those ends go unasked.

MHT CET 2019: Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell extends date for engineering and pharmacy courses to today
India

MHT CET 2019: Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell extends date for engineering and pharmacy courses to today

The Maharashtra State Common Entrance Test Cell has extended the date for the admission process for the engineering and pharmacy courses till today.

Exports decline 9.71% after a gap of 8 months to $25.01 bn in June; imports also down 9% to $40.29 bn
Business

Exports decline 9.71% after a gap of 8 months to $25.01 bn in June; imports also down 9% to $40.29 bn

India's exports have entered negative zone after a gap of eight months recording a decline of 9.71 percent to $25.01 billion in June, according to the government data

Polar bears inspire new material that traps heat, is water-resistant and stretchy
science

Polar bears inspire new material that traps heat, is water-resistant and stretchy

Insulation provided by a polar bear's skin, fat and fur can be replicated by the synthetic material.