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DU announces second cut-off list; marginal drop in some courses

DU announces second cut-off list; marginal drop in some courses

30 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Delhi University (DU) has announced the second cut-off list for admission to its undergraduate programmes, with a marginal drop in its percentages even as various colleges closed the enrolment to popular courses such as BCom Honours and Economics Honours for various categories.

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Delhi <strong>University</strong> releases first cut-off list

Delhi University releases first cut-off list

25 Jun 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi University has announced its first cut-off list for the 2015 academic session with SRCC keeping its cut off for Economics at 98.25 percent.

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Free wi-fi in Delhi colleges, villages by year end

Free wi-fi in Delhi colleges, villages by year end

28 Jun 2015

New Delhi: In some good news for the Internet-savvy, the city's colleges, including ones under Delhi University, and villages will avail free wi-fi facility by the end of this year.

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Akhilesh felicitates UP students who cracked IIT exam

Akhilesh felicitates UP students who cracked IIT exam

25 Jun 2015

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Wednesday felicitated seven students from different districts of the state who have attained good ranks in the IIT entrance exams and gave each of them a laptop and Rs one lakh as a mark of recognition.

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New stretchy 'conductive ink' for wearable tech developed

New stretchy 'conductive ink' for wearable tech developed

27 Jun 2015

Tokyo: University of Tokyo researchers have developed a new ink that can be printed on textiles in a single step to form highly conductive and stretchable connections. This functional ink will enable electronic apparel such as sportswear and underwear incorporating sensing devices for measuring a range of biological indicators such as heart rate and muscle contraction.

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New smartphone technology to help blind people 'see'

New smartphone technology to help blind people 'see'

27 Jun 2015

London: Scientists are developing new adaptive mobile technology that could enable visually-impaired people to 'see' through their smartphone or tablet. Specialists in computer vision and machine learning based at the University of Lincoln, UK, funded by a Google Faculty Research Award, are aiming to embed a smart vision system in mobile devices to help people with sight problems navigate unfamiliar indoor environments.

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DU cut-offs soar beyond 100 percent, thousands disappointed

DU cut-offs soar beyond 100 percent, thousands disappointed

25 Jun 2015

New Delhi: While the steep cut-offs for UG courses in DU has caused widespread dismay amongst students, the soaring of the eligibility bar for some of them to beyond the perfect 100 percent mark has been termed 'absurd' and 'unbelievable'.

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Emotions on Twitter may be contagious: Study

Emotions on Twitter may be contagious: Study

25 Jun 2015

Washington: Emotions on Twitter may be contagious, with positive tweets inspiring those who read them to tweet more positively, while negative tweets beget more negative tweets, a new study has found. Researchers from the Indiana University in US used Twitter's application programme interface (API) to pull a random sample of 3,800 English-speaking Twitter users.

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iPhone app to address LGBT health issues

iPhone app to address LGBT health issues

26 Jun 2015

New York: A team of researchers is launching a new study with the help of an iPhone app to look into the health and wellness issues of LGBT people. A new ResearchKit app developed by the University of California at San Francisco will survey a wide range of LGBT folks about health issues like HIV/AIDS, smoking, cancer, obesity, mental issues and depression.

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Union government more interested in show-off: Akhilesh Yadav

Union government more interested in show-off: Akhilesh Yadav

25 Jun 2015

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today attacked the Centre for delay in according central varsity status to Varanasi-based Sampoornand University saying those who have to do so were more interested in show off.

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