Showing Results For "findings of the deakin university"
SAARC meet: Irani favours increased linkages between varsities

SAARC meet: Irani favours increased linkages between varsities

31 Oct 2014

New Delhi: HRD Minister Smriti Irani on Friday favoured increased university to university linkages between SAARC countries for mutual capacity building in education sector and recognition of each others' educational qualification.

New Delhi,   HRD Minister,   Smriti Irani,   university SAARC countries,   education sector,   educational qualification,   SAARC,  
News reports do not reflect spirit of my CAG meet speech: Arun Jaitley

News reports do not reflect spirit of my CAG meet speech: Arun Jaitley

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Under attack over his remarks that official auditor should not "sensationalise" its audit findings, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said media did not accurately reflect the spirit of his speech at the CAG conference.

CAG,   CAG audit,   CAG findings,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Jaitley speech,   CAG conference,  
Jaitley asks CAG not to sensationalise its <strong>findings</strong> to get into headlines

Jaitley asks CAG not to sensationalise its findings to get into headlines

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday asked the CAG not to sensationalise its findings to get into headlines, a view the Congress party had voiced in the past after huge notional losses were projected in reports on 2G and coal allocation scams.

Arun Jaitley,   BJP,   CAG,   sensational headlines,   audit reports,   UPA,   2G scam,   growth rate,   Shashi Kant Sharma,  
ICAR, Mathura <strong>University</strong> ink MoU  for growing breeder seed

ICAR, Mathura University ink MoU for growing breeder seed

30 Oct 2014

Mathura: An MoU has been signed between Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Veterinary University and the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for growing breeder seed.

Mathura,   MoU,   Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Veterinary University,   Indian Council of Agricultural Research,   ICAR,   breeder seed,  
Application submission date for SET- TS and AP-2014 extended

Application submission date for SET- TS and AP-2014 extended

29 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: The Osmania University on Wednesday issued a revised schedule of online submission of Applications of State Eligibility Test for Telangana and Andhra Pradesh (SET- TS and AP-2014).

Osmania University,  State Eligibility Test,   Telangana,   Andhra Pradesh,   Cyclonic Condition,  
<strong>University</strong> of Mumbai among top 10 schools with billionaire alumni

University of Mumbai among top 10 schools with billionaire alumni

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The University of Mumbai has been ranked among the top 10 schools that produce the world's billionaires and has more number of such undergraduate alumni than London School of Economics.

University of Mumbai,   Top 10 schools,   World's billionaires,   Undergraduate alumni,   London School of Economics,   Wealth-X,   UBS Billionaire Census,   Bachelor's degrees,   Billionaire undergraduate alumni,  
NASA <strong>findings</strong> brighten up Sun like never before

NASA findings brighten up Sun like never before

17 Oct 2014

Washington: New findings by NASA spacecraft about how the Sun's atmosphere or corona causes solar winds that can impact technological infrastructure in space and on Earth has given the scientific community an unprecedented amount of information about the Sun.

NASA,   Sun,   NASA spacecraft,   solar winds,   IRIS,   solar activity,  
Google employee held for 'cyberstalking'

Google employee held for 'cyberstalking'

27 Oct 2014

New York: A 23-year-old Google employee has been arrested for allegedly cyberstalking a former classmate, a medai report said.

Google,   Google employee,   Cyberstalking,   Media report,   San Francisco Chronicle,   Nicholas Rotundo,   Internal technology,   University of Texas,   Dallas,  
Making mistakes while learning good for memory: Study

Making mistakes while learning good for memory: Study

27 Oct 2014

Toronto: Making mistakes while learning can benefit memory and lead to the correct answer, as long as you are not blindly guessing, a new study has found.

Making mistakes,   Memory,   Guessing,   Study,   Random guesses,   Memory,   Adults,   Andree-Ann Cyr,   Rotman Research Institute,   Department of Psychology,   University of Toronto,  
Blood vessel grown with two tablespoons of blood in 7 days

Blood vessel grown with two tablespoons of blood in 7 days

26 Oct 2014

London: Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have successfully grown new blood vessels in two young children from just two tablespoons of blood in a flat seven days. The vein that goes from the gastrointestinal tract to the liver was missing in the children and the novel transplants were performed in 2012 at Sahlgrenska University Hospital.

Blood Vessel,   Sahlgrenska Academy,   University of Gothenburg,   Sweden,   Suchitra Sumitran-Holgersson,   Bio Medicine,  

1 2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10