International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad To Offer Programme For Techies

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International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad To Offer Programme For Techies

New Delhi: The International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT)-Hyderabad on Tuesday announced the launch of a programme in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) for technology professionals. IIIT-Hyderabad's Machine Learning Laboratory in partnership with TalentSprint will offer the four-month programme on foundations of AI and ML from January 2018 to address rising demand.   The programme fee will ...continue reading

Gandhi Jayanti 2017: 5 Famous Quotes Of Bapu Every Student Should Know

NEW DELHI:  With his vision for a better world and a much better India Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi , revered as Gandhiji and fondly called as Bapu, The Father of Nation had a gentle and polite approach to life contrary to a fierce and ferocious attitude. Non-violence and truth were his weapons ...continue reading

‘Many Delhi Schools Don’t Have Science, Commerce Stream’

New Delhi:  A petition was filed on Thursday before the Delhi High Court alleging that majority of government schools here are not facilitating science and commerce streams at intermediate level to students. The Public Interest Litigation (PIL) pointed out that the distribution of schools offering science and commerce streams is "alarmingly uneven".   The petition filed by advocate Yusuf Naqi said that out of a ...continue reading

IIT-Kharagpur Develops Technology For Safer Driving In Rain

New Delhi:  IIT-Kharagpur researchers have developed a visual technology that enables safer driving during rain, a statement said on Friday. The technology developed by researchers from the Department of Electronics and Electrical Communications removes from real-time video the obscuring effects of rain and displays it on the windscreen of vehicles to increase the clarity of ...continue reading

Special : Failed In Class X? No Worries…Delhi Government’ll Take Care Of You

New Delhi:  The Delhi government will open centres to teach students who have failed twice or more in Class X, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said here on Tuesday. Addressing the media, Sisodia said this would make sure that these students would not be out of school and have a future.   The Deputy Chief Minister said that ...continue reading

Admission Begins At Delhi School of Journalism At Delhi University

NEW DELHI:  The Delhi University on Wednesday began registration for its first ever five-year integrated journalism course, both in Hindi and English, at newly-established Delhi School of Journalism. There will be 60 seats in each language prgramme, which will be taught in 10 semesters.   The last date for online registration is September 8. The admission will be done ...continue reading

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