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1. Kerala Govt to work towards complete digital literacy, says CM.

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday said the state government is coming up with steps to achieve complete digital literacy with an objective to make people especially children aware about traps and threats in cyberspace.

 

2. Jammu Sanskriti School Transcends in CBSE Class 10 & 12 Board Results.

Jammu Sanskriti School’s belief in toil, in earnest conviction and in sustainable transformation, has always yielded constructive results. This became evident with the declaration of CBSE Class10 and 12 board results in which the students achieved brilliant scores.

 

3. Lovely Public Sr. Sec. School, Delhi records 100% result with 1167 distinctions.

The students of Lovely Public School, Delhi, have come out with brilliant scores in the class 12 CBSE exams. The Science stream topper of the school is Saanvi Gupta with 99.00%, the Commerce stream topper is Shreenath Sharma who scored 98.50%, and the Humanities stream topper is Suhani Kumar with 95.75%.

 

4. International Delhi Public School, Jammu announces its toppers of the CBSE exam.

International Delhi Public School, Jammu, has recorded a remarkable performance of its students in the CBSE board exams.

 

5. IIT Madras offers free 12-week online course on robotics.

IIT Madras is offering a free 12-week online course on robotics for students on the NPTEL (National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning) platform. The course titled ‘Introduction to Robotics’, is a bridge-course for students from various disciplines to get a basic understanding of robotics.

 

 6. IIT Kanpur & IIT Bombay develop air purification technology that deactivates Covid-19 virus in 1 minute.

IIT Kanpur and IIT Bombay have jointly developed a novel anti-microbial air purification technology that deactivates the Covid-19 virus in just one minute. This has proven to be a path-breaking innovation against both air pollutants and the coronavirus.

 

7. CCPA issues notice to 3 coaching centers for false claims of their students topping in competitive exams.

The Consumer protection regulator (CCPA) on Tuesday said it has issued notices to three coaching centers for false claims of their students topping in competitive exams.

 

8. Despite fulfilling eligibility criteria, SC-ST aspirants not inducted as faculty members in AIIMS.

Despite fulfilling the eligibility criteria and possessing the necessary competence, experienced SC-STs aspirants "are not allowed to be inducted" as faculty members in AIIMS even at an initial stage, as alleged by a parliamentary standing committee in a report..

 

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