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Winners of CODE19 Online Hackathon against Coronavirus in India announced

Two engineering students from Kerala bag the first prize of $10,000 for creating a virtual classroom for the millennial generation; The second prize of $5,000 was claimed by six students of Manipal Institute of Technology for enabling remote diagnosis of Covid19 Abhinand C and Shilpa Rajeev, two students from the Government College of Engineering in Kannur, Kerala, have bagged the first prize of $10,000 …

La Trobe University, Australia supports its international students with AUD 12 Million (INR 60 Crores)

La Trobe University in Victoria, Australia has distributed AUD 12 Million (INR 60 Crores) to support its students in the current Covid-19 emergency.  This is in addition to La Trobe’s normal scholarships and support.  To ensure students have the maximum opportunity to start their study in 2020 La Trobe has also introduced more flexible online study options for prospective students …

IIT Delhi develops low cost Probe-free Covid 19 detection assay

Testing kit is the first ever probe-free investigative procedure for COVID-19 approved by ICMR Researchers of IIT Delhi Kusuma School of Biological Sciences (KSBS), have developed a detection assay for COVID-19 which has now been approved by ICMR. This makes IITD the first academic institute to have obtained ICMR approval for a real-time PCR-based diagnostic assay. And it will be …

Alternative Academic Calendar for the upper primary stage released in New Delhi

After releasing it for primary stage on 16th April, the AAC for the upper primary stage was released by Union HRD Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal today. Speaking on the occasion Pokhriyal said that this Calendar provides guidelines to teachers on the use of various technological tools and social media tools available for imparting education in fun-filled, interesting ways, which can be …

Covid-19 research from API members is freely available

Publishers are providing readers and learners access to a plethora of free (and affordable) resources. In India international publishers are using the technology and resources at our disposal to make books (articles, chapters, libraries, animations) available for knowledge or pleasure, education or (re)skilling. All Covid-19 research from  Association of Publishers in India (API) members is freely available and can be …

IPSC provides a list of 900 certified plumbers to supplement services during lockdown, releases guidelines for the Plumbing Workforce in current situation

The Indian Plumbing Skills Council (IPSC) aligned to Skill India program, under the aegis of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), has prepared a database of over 900 plumbers who are ready to provide their services during the lockdown period, across the country. Keeping in mind the need for stringent health and safety norms, the IPSC has also …

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