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Miyawaki plantation drive at UoH

Miyawaki is a technique pioneered by Japanese botanist Akira Miyawaki that helps build dense, native forests. The approach is supposed to ensure that plant growth is 10 times faster

OUCE hosts HYDRO 2019

Dr RK Gupta, Chairman, KRMB, was the chief guest. Prof M Gopal Naik, Head of Civil Engineering, OUCE and organising secretary of the conference said this was the first time that Hyderabad was hosting the conference.

International conference on machine learning and data science

The conference focused on topics that are of interest to computer and computational scientists and engineers and brought together researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, and government to deliberate

Jamia Millia students narrate Sunday’s ordeal

Braving freezing cold, hundreds of students on Monday morning poured into the streets outside Jamia Millia Islamia to protest the police action against their colleagues a day earlier

Opposition parties demand probe into police action against Jamia students

"When a home minister speaks 'untruth' before a country for vote bank politics and creates a wedge between Hindus and Muslims, it is a very shameful thing for the country."

GITAM students interact with trainee IAS officers

Dr Kanneganti Ramesh Babu, Executive Director, Centre for Human Security Studies facilitated the interaction to ignite the young minds.

e-Autos launched in UoH

The university, which has a large campus with immense bio-diversity and is home to over 75 varieties of bird, lakes, large green covers and rock formations

Jamia proctor accuses police of forceful entry on campus

He alleged that staff and students are being beaten and are even forced to vacate the campus

Auckland varsity holds talks with UoH

The delegation had an interaction with Professor Appa Rao Podile, Vice-Chancellor; Professor Arun Agarwal, PVC1; Prof. N Siva Kumar, Director-International Affairs; Prof. Saratjyotsna Rani, Dean, School of Humanities, Professor Arun Patnaik

Three colleges for teachers approved

The approval is effective from the Academic Session 2014-15. The National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has already granted its approval for starting BEd courses at these colleges.

‘Higher education facing challenges’

Prof. D.Narsimha Reddy, Former Dean, School of Social Sciences University of Hyderabad (UoH), delivering a keynote address on “Challenges of Higher Education”

Seminar on growth of logistics organised

Logistics plays a vital role in strengthening the economy. It is the lifeline for every other commercial sector. The sector is evolving at a fast pace and infrastructure

‘Disability is not an obstacle’

Radhika Rasthogi, IAS, Deputy Director General, National Institute of Rural Development & Panchayath Raj, Rajendernagar, while delivering the lecture said that disability is not an obstacle in the path of development.

Suchitra Academy students celebrate 9th Founder’s Day

Ace badminton player PV Sindhu was the chief guest for the event

Learn foreign languages, students told

City Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar inaugurated the conference and stressed the importance of learning foreign languages for students to gain a wider perspective and broader cross-cultural understanding.

GITAM introduces new course

GITAM, Hyderabad Pro Vice-Chancellor Prof N Siva Prasad released the GITAM Admission Test notification (GAT-2020) here. GAT-2020 will be conducted from April 11 to 21 2020 at 50 centres across the country.

Workshop on Quantum Computing held

The session was covered by Prof Nirman Ganguly from BITS Pilani Hyderabad on 'Basics of Quantum Entanglement and Quantum Computing'

‘Urdu can be international language’

Speaking at the inaugural of the 7-day training programme for Madrasa teachers organised by Centre for Professional Development of Urdu Medium Teachers

George Reddy will inspire generations: Chiranjeevi

The movie George Reddy is being produced by Sanjay Reddy and Appireddy under the banner Silly Monks and Three Line Cinemas

Clean-up drive at UoH campus

A team comprising staff and student volunteers of Wild Lens took part in the initiative

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