1. IIT Delhi proposes non-invasive, time-efficient and patient-friendly epilepsy zone diagnostic tool.
A team of researchers at IIT Delhi led by Prof Lalan Kumar, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi, has come up with a non-invasive EEG based Brain Source Localization (BSL) framework for epilepsy focal detection that is time-efficient and patient-friendly.Given the EEG data with seizure, the array processing algorithms can point to the coordinates within minutes.
2. AAP volunteers to adopt govt-run primary schools in Goa.
On Tuesday, the Aam Admi Party, AAP, said they volunteered to adopt government-run primary schools that are either likely to be closed down or merged with other institutions due to low enrollment.
3. Haryana Assembly passes resolution seeking restoration of state's share in Panjab University.
Haryana Assembly on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution recommending the government to seek restoration of the state's share in Panjab University, Chandigarh.
4. Gurgaon school student develops mobile application for financial literacy.
A Class 11 student in Gurgaon has developed a mobile application to spread financial literacy and empower users to manage their income and savings in an informed manner.
5. Education ministry holds meeting for seeking inputs for new curriculum
The Ministry of Education on Tuesday held an inter-ministerial meeting for seeking inputs for reconfiguring curricular and pedagogical structure under National Curriculum Framework (NCF), officials said. Senior officials and representatives of all ministries and important bodies, including NCERT, Election Commission of India, ICAR, and DRDO, attended the crucial meeting on development of new curriculum on lines of the new National Education Policy (NEP).
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