The suspects have been identified as David, Williams Thomas, Leela and Thingareela. A senior police officer said that the suspects learnt that the victim wanted to do research in Canada and contacted him. They sent him a mail from email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, claiming that they were from Exxon Mobil Research and offered him a job in their company in Canada.
Thiruvananthapuram, Jul 5 (UNI) Kerala Cabinet which met on Friday has given its approval for taking up rehabilitation works of Palarivattom flyover in Kochi with Rs 18.Hyderabad, Jul 5 (UNI) Heavy rain is likely to occur at isolated places in all the districts of Telangana during the next 24 hours, Meteorological Department warned on Friday.
BT and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), one of India s leading research institutions, today kicked off a new phase of UK India joint research with the opening of a new collaborative research centre in Bengaluru (Bangalore), focused on the development of the next generation of cutting edge artificial intelligence (AI), mobility and software engineering technologies.
QS World University Ranking for 2020 was released on Wednesday and yet again the same two three names have made it to the top 200 list. This year there has also been a re shuffling of the ranks of Indian institutes that have made a place in the top 200 list. IIT Bombay which was at 162nd rank last year has moved up to 152nd rank. IIT Delhi and IISc Bangalore have moved down in the rank table IIT Delhi has moved down from 172nd rank to 182nd and IISc Bangalore has moved from 170th rank to 184th rank.
The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) in Mumbai and Madras and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bengaluru have emerged as top three in the first standalone QS ranking of India s higher education institutes.Incidentally, while the IISc was India s best institution in the QS World University Rankings released earlier this year, the domestic league has pegged IIT Bombay at number one. The IISc ranks second and IIT Madras third. The table reflects the top 75 institutions of the country. Explaining the variance in performance of Indian institutions in the domestic and international tables, Simona Bizzozero, Communications Director at QS (Quacquarelli Symonds), a British company specialising in education, told The Indian Express from London that the ranking criteria for both were different.
While the Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry will grant Rs 1,000 crore funds to the three public institutions in the next five years, the private institutes will not be eligible for government funding.The government granted quot;Institutions of Eminence quot; (IoEs) status to IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay and the Bengaluru based Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in the public sector, and Manipal Academy of Higher Education, BITS Pilani and Jio Institute by Reliance Foundation in the private sector.
Terming 5G important for India;s massive #8216;digitisation and digitalisation; efforts, Sundararajan said the government is working with all stakeholders including the industry, academia and startup community, to become a frontrunner in the area of 5G. "A high level forum on 5G which includes global experts, industry experts, IITs, IISc, has already commenced work and done a fair amount of deliberation. By June, India will have full roadmap ready on this, " she said addressing a COAI event.
India wants to take a lead position in adopting 5G technology and will prepare the roadmap for it by June, said Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan. A high level forum on 5G, which includes global experts, industry experts, IITs, IISc, has already commenced work and done a fair amount of deliberation. By June, India will have full roadmap ready on this, Ms. Sundararajan said at a COAI event on catalysing 5G launch in the country, here on Tuesday. The forum was deliberating on the vision, goals and 5G roadmap, and would also look at related areas of spectrum policy, regulatory regime and pilot programmes, she added.
New Delhi: The Union cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal to implement the Prime Minister 's Research Fellows (PMRF) scheme, under which the top 3,000 B.Tech graduates of the country will get grants to pursue a PhD in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc). The cabinet approved the scheme at a cost of Rs1,650 crore for a period of seven years, beginning 2018 19. The scheme was announced by Union finance minister Arun Jaitley during his budget speech in Parliament on 1 February.
Inaugurating the Centre, Dr. Saraswat said, The NCCRD is one of the premier Centres in the country. The intention is to make it a knowledge base in areas like gasification, combustion, propulsion and automotive sectors. This is the one of the best diagnostic centres in the country to understand combustion. Further, he said that specific programs Iike Coal Gasification, Alternative energies and others would also be set up. The Twin Centres located at IIT Madras amp; IISc would complement each other well.
In another major announcement, it was announced that all the students doing Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) will receive 70,000 per month as fellowship amount. As of now, students and researchers get only 25,000 for the fellowship amount.
In order to enhance infrastructure and increase research activities at Infosys Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Infosys, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed with Indian Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore.As reported, the Infosys Foundation has signed an Rs 5 crore MoU for Infectious Diseases Research (CIDR).
No Indian university or institution of higher education figures in the global top 100, but the latest rankings released on Tuesday show that the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), which was in the 201 250 band last year, has slipped into the 251 300 band.In the Times Higher Education's 14th annual edition of its World University Rankings ndash; which ranks the top 1,000 universities from 77 countries ndash; performance of Indian centres of learning has deteriorated, with its share of universities falling from 31 to 30 in the top 1,000.
New Delhi: Indian institutes continued to perform poorly in global university rankings with Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore sliding in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2018 published on Tuesday.Though IISc remained the top university in India, it was placed in the 251 300 groupings of the best universities, a fall from the 201 250 cohort of the previous edition of the ranking. After first 200 ranks the UK based university ranking agency THE places universities in groups instead of assigning them individual ranks. IISc, IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur and IIT Kharagpur were the top five Indian schools in the 2018 rankings.
According to the QS World University Rankings 2018 , released on Wednesday morning, IIT Bombay improved its performance by 40 positions, from 219 rank last year to 179 this time. In another first, IIT Delhi has replaced IISc as the best ranked Indian institution in the world. So, while IIT Delhi has risen from 185 rank to 172 this year, IISc slipped over 30 places from 152 to 190.The rise of IIT Delhi and IIT Bombay is significant as Indian educational institutions had lost ground in the QS rankings last year. But IISc s performance could be a cause for concern as the institution, which dropped out of the top 150 club in the 2017 rankings, has slipped even further instead of recovering lost ground.
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, the first Indian institution to make it to the top 10 in a global ranking, has been ranked at the top in the annual national rankings released by the HRD ministry. Seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) have also made it to the list of the top 10 educational institutions released under the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), the other two being Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).The results of the second edition of the domestic ranking were announced by HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar here today. Unlike last year, this time the ranking was released under five categories Overall, Colleges, Universities, Management and Engineering. IISc figured at the top in 'Overall ' and 'Universities ' categories.