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bengaluru round-up 4.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
bengaluru round-up
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‘Environment damage can be reversed’ 4.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Environment damage can be reversed’
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Adventure camp at Doddaballapur 4.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Adventure camp at Doddaballapur
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When the ‘Google boy’ came calling 4.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
When the ‘Google boy’ came calling
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‘An ecosystem needed to nurture SMEs’ 4.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘An ecosystem needed to nurture SMEs’
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When the ‘Google boy’ came calling 4.3.2015 Hindu: Bangalore
The applause did not end and hundreds of students were left mesmerised by the seven-year-old ‘Google boy’ Kautilya Pandit from Karnal district, Haryana.Dressed in a plain black kurta pajama,...
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‘Environment damage can be reversed’ 4.3.2015 Hindu: Mangalore
Human lifestyle harms ecology more, says KSPCB chairman
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Northeast students find the going tough 4.3.2015 Hindu: Chennai
Lily*, an undergraduate student from Nagaland, sought hostel admission in a city college for three years but was refused each time.She thinks it is because of her ethnicity. Despite the nota...
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‘An ecosystem needed to nurture SMEs’ 4.3.2015 Hindu: Madurai
Mentoring has become a way of life for S. Shyam Sekar, who nurtures an ambition of supporting 100 start-up companies in five years. He has already logged nine, ever since he formed Startup Xperts,...
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Mysuru ideal location for proposed IIT: academics 4.3.2015 Hindu: Karnataka
A section of the academics in the city are batting for an IIT in Mysuru citing the region’s positive factors and ambience for education.The final decision on its location will be taken by th...
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KSEEB's Helpline for SSLC Students Flooded With Calls 4.3.2015 The New Indian Express - Karnataka - http://newindianexpress.com/states/karnataka/
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The best bet to draw the cream of faculty, students 4.3.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
The best bet to draw the cream of faculty, students
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Jamsetji Tata’s B’lore link went beyond silk 4.3.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
Jamsetji Tata’s B’lore link went beyond silk
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Mysuru: Pioneer feels it’s the right choice 4.3.2015 TOI: Cities
Mysuru: Pioneer feels it’s the right choice
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IIT Bengaluru: Can't get better than this 4.3.2015 TOI: Cities
IIT Bengaluru: Can't get better than this
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Private test to act as gateway to 11 varsities 4.3.2015 Telegraph: Calcutta
A private agency will conduct an entrance test across India for admission to undergraduate medical, engineering and dental science courses offered by 11 private and deemed universities in various parts of the country.
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Belagavi: Education hub renews pitch 4.3.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
Belagavi: Education hub renews pitch
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City's IT mighty lord over Forbes list 3.3.2015 deccanherald.com
While Silicon Valley added 23 new billionaires to the Forbes Global Billionaires List 2015 published on Monday, despite the hoopla over eCommerce, no entrepreneurs from the sector have broken through the ranks of those from India's Silicon Valley, Bengaluru. It's still dominated by well-known names from the IT sector, led by IT czar Azim Premji. There's, however, a reduction in the number of billionaires from the City at 10, down by three from last year. With 290 new billionaires being added to the global list, taking the total number to a record 1,826, Forbes estimates their wealth at an unprecedented $7.05 trillion. Azim Premji, who owns India's third-largest software outsourcing company Wipro, has an estimated net worth of $19.4 billion which puts him at the 48th position, up from $16.4 bn and the 61st rank in 2014. Infosys founder N R Narayana Murthy and family occupy the 894th position with a total net worth of $2.1 billion. Murthy, who came back from retirement in 2013 to reboot Infosys, is now the ...
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New infrastructure norms put independent pre-schools in a spot of bother 3.3.2015 deccanherald.com
While several unaided schools have flayed the recent State government regulations that specify minimum infrastructure as unreasonable, independent pre-schools in the State are the worst-hit. With Block Education Officers (BEOs) insisting on blindly implementing the rules, several schools are left with no choice but to shut down. Pre-schools complain of harassment by BEOs, who in the name of implementing the revised rules, are making the schools shell out huge sums of money to accord permission to them. The problem for independent-run pre-schools began in November 2014, with the revised registration and infrastructure regulations announced by the Department of Public Instructions (DPI). Earlier, independent pre-schools did not require any registration. However, according to the new regulations, these schools need to pay a processing fee of Rs 10,000 and a registration fee of Rs 25,000. The infrastructure requirement specified for the schools include at least two classrooms, one head teacher room, one ...
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Film academy plans course in cinematography 3.3.2015 deccanherald.com
The Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy (KCA) has planned to conduct a 10-12 day course in screenplay writing and cinematography. It proposes to invite over 250 students from across the State for the course.


The academy will be inviting leading directors and subject-matter experts from across the country to teach students on the subject. The course is scheduled to be held in June or May, this year.

The academy has also proposed to digitise and create a voluminous film library in the State, in an effort to preserve the history of Kannada films for the next generation. Speaking on the sidelines of the inauguration of the Kannada Vakchitra (talkie film) celebrations, president of the academy and veteran director S V Rajendra Singh Babu said, "We have proposed to digitise the available films and preserve them. We have sent a proposal to the government already in this regard."
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