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Six books recommended by luminaries like Bill Gates and Warren Buffett
Six books recommended by luminaries like Bill Gates and Warren Buffett
India postpones IND-SAT exam for international students due to coronavirus; new dates to be announced soon
India postpones IND-SAT exam for international students due to coronavirus; new dates to be announced soon
A COVID-19 drug hackathon in India is inviting students to give it a shot
A COVID-19 drug hackathon in India is inviting students to give it a shot
India has a new scoring system for the COVID batch’s lost semester⁠— where old grades matter
India has a new scoring system for the COVID batch’s lost semester⁠— where old grades matter
At least 7 leading multinationals are hiring data scientists during the lockdown in India
At least 7 leading multinationals are hiring data scientists during the lockdown in India
CBSE class 10th and 12th students will be allowed to appear for pending board exams from their home district
CBSE class 10th and 12th students will be allowed to appear for pending board exams from their home district
Cognizant is reportedly planning to sack 400 in senior management — severance pay reduced to three months
Cognizant is reportedly planning to sack 400 in senior management — severance pay reduced to three months
Here’s how TCS and MeritTrac solutions aim to stop candidates from cheating during online exams
Here’s how TCS and MeritTrac solutions aim to stop candidates from cheating during online exams
One in four Indians in the working age is unemployed as corporate layoffs continue⁠— making crisis worse and delaying economic recovery
One in four Indians in the working age is unemployed as corporate layoffs continue⁠— making crisis worse and delaying economic recovery
West Bengal relaxes lockdown norms till May 31 — 15 people allowed to gather at shops, for weddings, parlours and private offices to reopen
West Bengal relaxes lockdown norms till May 31 — 15 people allowed to gather at shops, for weddings, parlours and private offices to reopen
Microsoft's free online course now lets you get certified to be an IoT developer — and there are many new changes coming this year
Microsoft's free online course now lets you get certified to be an IoT developer — and there are many new changes coming this year
Punjab lockdown guidelines till May 31 — Shops, salons, offices and banks to resume operations
Punjab lockdown guidelines till May 31 — Shops, salons, offices and banks to resume operations
UPSC Civil Services Prelims 2020 exam date to be announced tomorrow, check @upsc.nic.in
UPSC Civil Services Prelims 2020 exam date to be announced tomorrow, check @upsc.nic.in
Billionaires Azim Premji and Kiran Mazumdar Shaw argue against the labour ‘reforms’ in Indian states⁠— and they are not alone
Billionaires Azim Premji and Kiran Mazumdar Shaw argue against the labour ‘reforms’ in Indian states⁠— and they are not alone
ISC English and Maths exams will now be for 80 marks — the remaining 20 will be on project work
ISC English and Maths exams will now be for 80 marks — the remaining 20 will be on project work
These are some of the open positions at HCL Tech, Infosys, Wipro and other top tech giants in India
These are some of the open positions at HCL Tech, Infosys, Wipro and other top tech giants in India
CBSE announces class 10th and 12th date sheet for the remaining subjects
CBSE announces class 10th and 12th date sheet for the remaining subjects
CBSE class 10th and 12th date sheet to be announced today by the Human Resource Ministry
CBSE class 10th and 12th date sheet to be announced today by the Human Resource Ministry
100 universities to go online, TV channels for students, special content for visually and hearing impaired - India's big boost for education during Covid-19
100 universities to go online, TV channels for students, special content for visually and hearing impaired - India's big boost for education during Covid-19
Indian women don’t like being gig workers ⁠— the potentially $455 billion industry has to woo them with fair pay to start with
Indian women don’t like being gig workers ⁠— the potentially $455 billion industry has to woo them with fair pay to start with
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