Various educational institutes celebrate Science day

  PUNE: Various educational institutes and research centres in the city celebrated National Science Day, on Thursday. National Centre for Cell Science’s open day was enjoyed by visitors from various age groups and backgrounds who visited the laboratories and displays at NCCS. Nitin Karmalkar, vice chancellor of Savitribai Phule Pune University, inaugurated the National Science Day at NCCS and also released ‘Cellular Insights’, a documentary made to commemorate 30 successful years of NCCS. ‘Nandan Kudhyadi, the award-winning film maker who directed ‘Cellular Insights’, spoke about his experiences with making this…

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SSC JE 2019 recruitment: Today last day to apply online; check details here

SSC JE 2019 recruitment: Today is the last date to apply online for various Junior Engineer posts across departments in the country. The recruitment is being spearheaded by the Staff Selection Commission. Candidates who have not applied so far can do so today through the official SSC website. However, the application must be completed before 5:00 pm today. The recruitment was started in January 1 and will end today, February 25. The first paper of SSC JE 2019 recruitment exam will be conducted from March 23 to 27, 2019 and…

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Celebrating Girls’ Day to Encourage More Girls to Explore Tech Careers

A coding workshop at the Samsung Showcase venue demonstrates just how fun coding can be.     What We Did Samsung Electronics Germany took part in Girls’ Day by organizing experience zones that featured activities designed to nurture young women’s digital skills and introduce them to career opportunities in information technology.     Background Organized annually since 2001 in Germany, Girls’ Day is a nationwide activity supported by the Federal Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. Hundreds of companies…

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Students Spend the Day Exploring Careers!

SCHUYLKILL COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU-TV0   It was Sixth Grade Career Awareness day at Hegins-Hubley Elementary School. A tractor was parked outside where students learned about farming, alongside a state police car and a veterinarian. Other career presentations were given in the school’s auditorium. About 75 students explored the careers throughout Friday morning. Earlier in the year, the students chose professions they want to learn about, and the school’s guidance counselor reached out to those local professionals. Our own Eyewitness News Reporter Haley Bianco spoke with the students about her career. Some of…

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CHILDREN’S DAY CELEBRATED IN SCHOOLS, EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES

The birth anniversary of first Prime Minister of India, Jawahar Lal Nehru was celebrated as Children’s day in the schools and educational institutes of the state on Tuesday. Education Minister Arvind Pandey celebrated the day by spending considerable time with the primary and upper primary students of the Government School in Rajiv Nagar in Dehradun. The minister offered floral tribute to Pandit Nehru. The students later showed their skills in a cultural programme. Addressing students, Pandey said that one should never forget his/ her past after completing studies and  everyone…

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Number of children expelled from English schools hits 35 a day

 Eight in 10 exclusions were from secondary schools. Photograph: Vesa Moilanen/Rex Features Sally Weale and Pamela Duncan Thursday 20 July 2017 19.30 BSTFirst published on Thursday 20 July 2017 11.20 BST The number of permanent exclusions from schools in England has gone up, with the equivalent of 35 children being expelled every school day, according to government figures. Almost, 6,700 children were permanently excluded from all primary, secondary and special schools in 2015/16, meaning the rate of expulsions has risen every year since 2012/13. Of those, 1,185 were primary age children, including 475 children who were…

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Retirement? Serena taking career day to day, says Mouratoglou

Is the sun setting on Serena Williams’ illustrious and trophy-laden career? Coach Patrick Mouratoglou said the 23-time grand slam champion is taking things day by day as she contemplates retirement. At 35 years of age and with her first baby on the way in September, the clock is ticking for former world number one Williams, who holds the Open Era record for slams. Williams has achieved it all – seven Australian Opens, as many Wimbledon titles, six US Opens and three French Open trophies, not to mention her 14 major doubles honours. However,…

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INSTITUTES TO OBSERVE WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY ON JUNE 5

Following on the instruction of Union Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Forest Research Institute, Dehradun and ICFRE are observing the World Environment Day 2017 at national level. It is being celebrated as an annual event on every June 5 since 1973 to make people aware about the environmental issues and negative changes in environment due to human activities and encourage them to be proactive in environmental protection, to make their surroundings safe and clean. World Environment Day was first established to be celebrated by the United Nations General…

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Australian Open: Denis Istomin Celebrates Biggest Day Of His Modest Career

Denis Istomin, who shocked world No. 2 and defending champion Novak Djokovic in the second round of the Australian Open in Melbourne has been on the fringes of men’s professional tennis for a long time now, without actually being in the limelight. Born in Orenburg, Russia, the Uzbek turned professional in 2008. Till now, he has made three finals on the ATP circuit, winning one. He also has three doubles crowns with three different partners and has finished runner-up on two occasions. Istomin beat Djokovic 6-7(8), 7-5, 6-2, 6-7(5), 4-6…

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NIH Statement on World AIDS Day 2016

This year, the world marked the 35th anniversary of the first published reports of what would come to be known as HIV/AIDS. This disease has wrought enormous suffering and devastation and caused more than 35 million deaths. Yet today, thanks to remarkable achievements in biomedical science and public health, we have the tools to build a better future for individuals living with HIV and for those at risk of infection. We are hopeful that new approaches currently under exploration could expedite the end of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The greatest scientific…

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