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WiFi in <strong>university</strong> by year-end: AAP student wing

WiFi in university by year-end: AAP student wing

04 Sep 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi government has promised to provide WiFi facilities in university areas by the end of the year, the ruling AAP's student wing said today.

WiFi in university,   AAP student wing,   Delhi government,   WiFi,   AAP,   Latest States News,  
Former Vice-Chancellor of Hampi <strong>University</strong> shot dead

Former Vice-Chancellor of Hampi University shot dead

30 Aug 2015

Dharwad: Former Vice-Chancellor of Hampi University MM Kalburgi was shot dead at his Kalyanagar residence here this morning by unidentified gunmen, police said.

Hampi University,   MM Kalburgi,   Dharwad Police Commissioner Ravindra Prasad,   Latest News ,  
Kejriwal promises 1 lakh jobs, free wi-fi in colleges ahead of DUSU polls

Kejriwal promises 1 lakh jobs, free wi-fi in colleges ahead of DUSU polls

02 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Higher education loan scheme, one lakh jobs within a year and free wi-fi in colleges were among the promises made by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to students of poll-bound Delhi University on a star-studded event organised by AAP's students' wing.

Education loan,   Jobs,   Free wi-fi,   DU colleges,   Arvind Kejriwal,   DU students,   Delhi University,   AAP,  
Malala secures top marks in British school <strong>exams</strong>

Malala secures top marks in British school exams

21 Aug 2015

London:  Teenage Pakistani female education rights activist Malala Yousafzai, who survived a Taliban assassination bid in 2012 and became the youngest recipient of a Nobel peace prize, has secured high marks in UK's national school exams.

Malala,   British school exams,   Pakistan,   Female education rights activist,   Malala Yousafzai,  Latest World News,  
TCS donates Rs 231.2 crore to Carnegie Mellon <strong>University</strong>

TCS donates Rs 231.2 crore to Carnegie Mellon University

26 Aug 2015

New York: Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) yesterday said it has received a USD 35 million (about Rs 231.2 crore) gift from India's largest software services firm, Tata Consultancy Services for setting up a new facility and scholarships for students.

TCS,   Carnegie Mellon University,   donation,   scholarships,   Latest Business News,  
 Self-control may weaken memory

Self-control may weaken memory

28 Aug 2015

New York: Our ability to inhibit an action or override an inclination while doing another task may affect memory and attention, suggests new research.

Self control,   memory,   human brain,   Duke University,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
 Lucknow <strong>University</strong> launches mobile app to prevent ragging

Lucknow University launches mobile app to prevent ragging

18 Aug 2015

Lucknow: After a spate of ragging incidents, the Lucknow University has launched an anti-ragging application for smart phones, officials said here today.

Lucknow University,   Mobile app,   Ragging,   Application for smart phones,   Latest States News,  
New method to help decode rare fragile manuscripts

New method to help decode rare fragile manuscripts

24 Aug 2015

London: Norwegian researchers are developing new high-tech tools to unlock the secrets hidden in fragile pieces of parchment that are difficult to study because of their age, rarity and susceptibility to contamination.

Researchers,   High tech tools,   Norwegian University,   manuscripts,   Ancient documents,   Technology,  
Universities planning to start study courses on 'Selfie'

Universities planning to start study courses on 'Selfie'

26 Aug 2015

New York: Selfies and the art of snapping them is surely going places with universities deciding to start study courses around them. An Indiana University Northwest communications professor has decided to explore selfies in a 400-level class.

Selfie,   selfie courses,   Indiana University,   selfie class,   technology,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
New system to empower internet users with more data control

New system to empower internet users with more data control

19 Aug 2015

New York: Computer scientists have developed a novel method for providing concrete proof to internet users that their information did not cross through certain undesired geographic areas.

Computer scientists,   Internet users,   Alibi Routing,   Data usage,   University of Maryland,  

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