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A career in Robotics makes your future secure

The world is changing rapidly where machine power replaces manpower. Computerisation has dramatically altered the mechanisation process. It’s the era of robots since the establishment of the scientific branch of robotics What is Robotics? Robotics is a branch of engineering that deal with design and

Is it risky to study in the US right now?

Donald Trump, a man who until a year back had mostly been associated with the world of business and TV shows, is now at the forefront of an immense international discourse. He has put forth his proposal to modify all existing immigration processes in a

NUS is 11th most innovative university in Asia

Latest Reuters Top 75 list recognises Asian universities which are doing the most in advancing science and inventing new technologies The National University of Singapore (NUS) has been placed 11th in the latest Reuters Top 75: Asia’s Most Innovative Universities list for the second year commences operations in Delhi/NCR

New Delhi/Noida: – a unique app & web based start-up in the unorganized sector of blue collar job has initiated its operations in Delhi/NCR region. Lead by Arpit Prakash Mathur, this startup aims to solve the industry-based problems with skilled labor in India. The

HomePod reinvents music in the home

Sneak Peek of Apple-Designed Home Music Speaker with Amazing Sound Quality and Intelligence San Jose, California — Apple has announced HomePod, a breakthrough wireless speaker for the home that delivers amazing audio quality and uses spatial awareness to sense its location in a room and

IIT-Delhi is the top institution in India: QS rankings

QS World Rankings: IIT-Delhi at 172th position, IIT-Bombay, 179, and IISc at 190th position Indian higher educational institutions have failed to find a place among the world’s best 100 universities. But IIT-Delhi has bagged the 172th position in the latest list published by QS World

Housing for All by 2022 ; the clock is ticking

Affordable housing is not just about providing homes to the lower-income strata of society, though that is what the Modi government’s avowed intention behind the ‘Housing for All by 2022’ doubtlessly is. Affordable housing creation also has a direct and favourable correlation with the nation’s

Why MBA is cheaper than PGDM in Indian Universities

The MBA courses are run by universities, where most of the PGDM courses are run by autonomous institutions. Even though both are business-oriented courses, there are differences in its basic structure and orientation. A large number of students opt for MBA courses in Indian universities.