Campus Digest

Mangaluru, Aug 24: Fourth year Aeronautical Engineering Students Deepak M K, Dhanush D B, Punith M K , Megha H K of Srinivas Institute of Technology, Mangalore have developed a 3D Printed Sounding Rocket by using additive manufacturing technique which can be used for Agricultural Survey and cloud seeding.

New Delhi, Aug 9: With the National Education Policy 2020 recognising the need for flexibility in choosing the subjects that a student wants to study, implementation of this policy will boost science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education in India, edtech startup SP Robotic Works has said.

The core objective of the new National Education Policy (NEP), which has given freedom for amalgamation of different concepts, will be translated into action through the National Curriculum Framework, CBSE director said on Friday.

Mangaluru: As many as 22 students of Shakti PU College wrote second PUC exams and from that 8 students passed with distinction, 14 students passed with first class, and achieved 100% results in science and commerce streams. Students from science & commerce dept. PRIYA VIONA DSILVA, SANKALPA GIRISH, SHARATH KUMAR, KATHIJA RAHIFA, K.T. THARUN AYYAPPA, RAHIL UMAR FARUK, TUSHAR S, KDEEJA SHAHAMA

Mangaluru: COVID-19 has disrupted the traditional academic year. Due to the on-going pandemic situation and the financial crisis, the management of The Shepherds' International Academy, Mangalore (TSIA) has decided to reduce the annual school fees by 50% for the academic year 2020-21. In a media release, TSIA correspondent stated that even though the school hasn't met the regular operating

New Delhi, Jul 3: The Delhi High Court on Friday refused to entertain a plea challenging Karnataka government's decision to impose a 25 percent domicile reservation in the National Law School of India University in Bengaluru. A division bench of Justice Hima Kohli and Justice Subramonium Prasad observed that the impugned law is passed by the State of Karnataka, and the respondent university is

Mangaluru: Agnes Towards Community (ATC) is a five-year old project of social responsibility undertaken by St Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangaluru to give their students a taste for community service before they leave the portals of the College. For this purpose the College has adopted five villages in the vicinity of Mangaluru, namely Harekala, Amblamogaru, Munnuru, Kotekar and Hosabettu. The

The Department of Business Administration organised a Webinar on Career Planning and Development for the Under Graduate and PUC students of various colleges on 23 May 2020. Sr Dr Venissa A.C, Principal, inaugurated the programme and conveyed her best wishes. Mr Abhilash K, Managing Director of Abhijnya Education Private Limited was the Resource speaker. Mr Abhilash said that a student should

Mangaluru, Mar 18: Master of Computer Applications (MCA) programme which was started as a 3 years programme at St Aloysius College in 1999 has become 2 years programme from the academic year 2020-21. The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) in its new guidelines has recommended the duration of the programme to 2 years. This was the long term desire of hundreds of students who wanted

First Steps Pre-School, Kudroli celebrated Red Day on Friday, 14th March 2020 with elegance. To mark the celebration, all the tiny tots wore Red clothing and brought Red coloured fruits, vegetables & toys to share with the class and each pre-schooler briefly described his or her Red item brought to the class. The classroom was decorated with red streamers, balloons and table settings. The bulletin