In this episode of Future Wise, Moneycontrol's Keerthana Tiwari and M Saraswathy discuss the pros and cons of online degree courses. Will the interaction with peers and professors continue to be the same? … [Read more...] about Future Wise podcast | University degrees are going online. Will it work for you?
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"Globally, some 18,000 individuals have received study vaccines as part of the trial. In large trials such as this, it is expected that some participants will become unwell and every case must be carefully evaluated to ensure careful assessment of safety," the university said in a statement, according to CNN. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus vaccine update | Oxford University’s trials to resume days after being halted: Report
Further, he said, “I thought to myself: ‘You can’t look like that if you’re an international cricketer’. And boom, from the next day itself, I changed everything about my diet. I started hitting the gym two times a day. Within 8-10 months I lost six to seven kgs and then it became such an addiction because I could see the results on the field.” … [Read more...] about Zen Kohli’s learnings from IPL University
The plea said that from the decision taken by Vice Chancellor Professor Sudhir Krishnaswamy it is apparent that the decision is solely directed at creating an elitist institution which caters to those who are able to afford to take the test, while completely ignoring the aspirations of poor, marginalized, and less privileged candidates. … [Read more...] about Ex-vice chancellor moves SC against separate entrance exam for NLSIU
Temporary holds of large medical studies aren’t unusual, and investigating any serious or unexpected reaction is a mandatory part of safety testing. AstraZeneca pointed out that it’s possible the problem could be a coincidence; illnesses of all sorts could arise in studies of thousands of people. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus vaccine update | AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine study put on hold due to ‘adverse reaction’