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Governor to HC: Kerala University senate acted unlawfully, exceeded limits

The Chancellor of the University of Kerala has informed the Kerala High Court that the senate members were removed as they acted unlawfully and exceeded their jurisdiction. Governor Arif Mohammad Khan is the Chancellor of the university.
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Meet of All India Coordinated Research Project on Biological Control of Crop Pests held

The ICAR-National Bureau of Agricultural Insect Resources, Bengaluru recently organized the XXXI Annual Review Meeting of All India Coordinated Research Project on Biological Control of Crop Pests.
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Augmenting green fodder availability in arid Rajasthan through Bajra Napier Hybrid

The farmers of the desert districts of Rajasthan have benefitted a lot from the BNH crops not only in assured fodder supply but also earning by selling of green fodder, planting material and many others have established commercial fodder farms that give them revenue more than Rs 5 lakh per hectare.
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Promotion of agrobiodiversity can improve food and nutrition: Study

A study by the Watershed Organisation Trust (WOTR) conducted in three locations in the semi-arid region of Maharashtra to address food and nutritional insecurities has found that dietary diversity score and haemoglobin level increased significantly in the case of the intervention group.
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Three-day training for cops on industrial safety

Anakapalli district police are now undergoing a 3-day training on risk mitigation, industrial safety, and first aid techniques, besides basic principles in handling hazardous chemicals and fire fighting.
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Pune students shine in international architecture competition

The competition was divided into two parts. Students were asked to submit their design presentations online in the first step. Then the best eight entries, as chosen by a panel of judges, were invited to make an in-person presentation to the jury of architects in the final round.
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Hyderabad scientist develops greener experiment

Healthier than the one by 2022 Nobel laureates
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Punjab school timings change from Nov 1

Along with the change in the weather, the Punjab government has also changed the school timings. According to a letter issued by the Education Department, the timings of all government, aided and recognized schools in Punjab will change from tomorrow i.e. from November 1.
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Students should expand the basic research: Noble laureate Sir Richard J Roberts

Dr.Richard J. Roberts said that students should be encouraged to do basic research right from the beginning. He emphasized the need for students to take up basic research which would allow them to become industrialists. Taking himself as the best example, his academic setup of basic research allowed him to start the New England Labs in Boston, USA which is now a billion dollar company.
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Equipping Indian learners for the global workforce

It is estimated that roughly 1.8 million students will opt for higher education abroad by 2024. India's young demographic is eager to explore offshore education and subsequently seek avenues to join the global workforce.
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AI, IoT integration in CBSE curriculum to boost students' participation in Atal Tinkering Labs

NITI Aayog’s flagship initiative Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), which aims to promote innovative thinking among school students, is set to be integrated as a part of the CBSE school curriculum.
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Teachers, parents must be sensitised at regular intervals, say experts

The rape and murder of a 10-year-old girl by a tuition teacher in Malavalli taluk of Mandya recently has shaken the people of Karnataka.
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Lure of top salaries draws 97 out of JEE Advanced Top 100 to Computer Science

Most of the toppers in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) (Advanced) are taking admission in Computer Science and related engineering courses.
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Indian professionals to benefit from Hong Kong's new talent scheme

The vast Indian talent pool in fintech, logistics and banking sectors is set to benefit from Hong Kong's new visa scheme, which was announced recently to stem a brain drain that has risked the city's status as an international financial centre.
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Panel to select centres for Uttar Pradesh board exams

While these centres will be geo-tagged like last year, offline verification of facilities will be done by a committee of principals formed at the block level under the district inspector of schools (DIOS).
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Govt schools to get new infrastructure: Himanta

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday said that all government schools in the state will soon get new infrastructure. More than 4,000 schools will be covered under the initiative, he said.
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Delhi: JMI seeks Centre's approval to set up medical and nursing college

Jamia Millia Islamia vice-chancellor Najma Akhtar on Saturday urged the Centre to grant approval for setting up a medical and nursing college in the city.
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MP: CM Chouhan lays foundation stone for 69 'CM Rise Schools'

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has laid the foundation stone for building 69 new schools under the 'CM Rise Yojana' in Indore for which the state government will spend an estimated Rs 2,519 crore.
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