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Samsung teases next frontier of Galaxy AI in different cities

Ahead of Galaxy Unpacked July 2024, ‘Galaxy AI is Here’, Samsung Electronics launched a global billboard campaign in anticipation of the next chapter of Galaxy AI.

Australia hikes visa fees for international students

The Australian government has hiked the fees for international students, officials said on Monday.

TISS withdraws mass termination notice to faculty, non-teaching staff

Mumbai: The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) has withdrawn the non-renewal notices previously issued to 55 teaching and 60 non-teaching staff members, media reported, citing a circular released on Sunday.

Include literature in CSR initiatives: cultural activist Sundeep Bhutoria writes to PM Modi

Social and cultural activist Sundeep Bhutoria has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting him to include 'Literature' as a part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activity for corporates.

Cancelled a day after examination, UGC-NET exam gets fresh schedule. Check out here

New Delhi/IBNS: The National Testing Agency (NTA) Friday announced that the University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) will be held between August 21 and September 4, 2024.

Legendary Shatatantri Veena player Tarun Bhattacharya presents one of his overseas disciples to the music connoisseurs of Kolkata

Pandit Tarun Bhattacharya, a Shatatantri Veena (Santoor) legend, has consistently championed the promotion of young musicians.

Naheed Abidi, the author who impressed Modi, Kalam with her Sanskrit brilliance

Naheed Abidi, probably the first Muslim woman to work as a lecturer in Sanskrit, who even received acclaim from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, didn't have an easy start to her career. Initially, she had difficulty finding a job and often left academicians wondering about her 'unusual' subject choice.

Camaro unveils new men's collection during trade show

Fashion brand Camaro recently unveiled a new collection for men at an exclusive trade show organized in Kolkata.

As AI transforms the world, more universities teach the technology

Saint Louis University student Jagruth Reddy Palle knew artificial intelligence was a leading-edge industry and a promising area of study when it kept coming up at every technology conference he attended. But what really attracted him to the field was how human AI seemed.

Triplets ‘engineering’ their future at Salem’s Sona College of Technology

Every morning as hundreds of nattily dressed students step inside the hallowed portals of Sona College of Technology, Salem, you might miss Dhanushree, Dhanush and Dhanuja in the milling crowd.

Students remain absent in NEET-UG exam retest in Chandigarh

Chandigarh: The students, who were supposed to take the NEET-UG exam retest in Chandigarh, did not turn up, even as all the arrangements were made on Sunday, media reported.

NEET-UG retest today, 1,563 candidates take fresh exam

New Delhi/IBNS: After a massive row, the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance (NEET-UG) retest for 1,563 candidates is being reconducted on Sunday after the testing agency withdrew the grace marks awarded to them to make up for the loss of time.

Centre removes NTA chief Subodh Kumar Singh amid massive row over NEET-UG and UGC NET exams

New Delhi: The Centre has dismissed Subodh Kumar Singh, the chief of the National Testing Agency (NTA), amid the massive controversy over alleged irregularities in the NEET and UGC-NET examinations.

Ex-ISRO chief to lead panel on reforming National Testing Agency

New Delhi: Amid raging controversy over irregularities in the conduct of India’s two most of the prestigious competitive exams, UGC-NET and NEET-UG, the education ministry announced on Saturday the formation of a high-level committee of experts to ensure the transparent, smooth, and fair conduct of examinations by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

Yoga enthusiasts celebrate International Yoga Day across the globe

The tenth International Yoga Day was celebrated across the globe with enthusiasts participating in the traditional exercise form, pledging to keep themselves fit.