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31 amazing innovations from young Indians

The National Innovation Foundation India (NIF), Ahmedabad shared the ideas that shined at the IGNITE 2015. Every year, the National Innovation Foundation India (NIF), Ahmedabad invites students from across schools in the country to share their innovative ideas on how to build a better world. The competition is organised by NIF in association with Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Society for Research and Initiatives in Sustainable Technologies and Institutions (SRISTI), various State Education Boards and other partners. Students in (up to class 12) or out of the school (up to the age of 17 years) can participate in the…

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IGNITED MINDS

Sixteen-year-olds making profound statements is rare, rarer still is they talking about responsibilities, but rarest is the spirit of taking others along as they grow, that too when they themselves have limited resources. Meet the bunch of teenagers who consider themselves privileged, so privileged that they feel it’s their responsibility to share that they have and others don’t. For almost a month now, six students— Pallavi Solanki, Ankush Soni, Aadit Patel, Siddharth Jadeja and Mitesh Suthar of class XI (Science) and Jatin Dabhi of class IX—have been mentoring students of other schools, living near their homes, showing them how to…

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Engineering colleges must revamp syllabus or risk becoming redundant: experts

HYDERABAD: The AICTE’s recent measures — be it shutting down courses that have less than 30 per cent enrolment rate, uniformity of norms for all BTech colleges, having a minimum number of labs, or even the possibility of doing away with the regulatory body itself and replacing it with a new umbrella body for all higher education institutions— have made it imminent for engineering colleges to either revisit their course structure or face the risk of becoming irrelevant. “As a society, we got carried away. We saw the demand and a ridiculous number of colleges started offering the course,” says…

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Memorandum of Understanding signed between Robolab Technologies and 3D PLM, Dassault Systèmes for enhancing the learning experience, research, and innovation in Academia.

Happy to share with you that Memorandum of Understanding is signed between Robolab Technologies and 3D PLM, Dassault Systèmes for the enhancing learning experience, research, and innovation in Academia. Thank you all for your love and support. Yours, Team Robolab!

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