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Two arrested over Pune rape

Two men are held in connection with the rape of a woman in the campus of tech giant Infosys in the western city of Pune.

Woman allegedly raped at Infosys campus in Pune, police arrests two persons

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Congress leaders hopeful of bouncing back to power in future

Veteran party leaders and ageing workers were felicitated on the occasion. It was also decided to give a scroll of honour to every senior party worker at their homes.

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India is Asia’s deadliest country for journalists, says report from media watchdog

Nine of those killings took place in France, which was second only to Syria as the most dangerous country for the press in 2015, said the report, according to which 40 per cent journalists died at the hands of Islamic militant groups such as Al-Qaeda and Islamic State.

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‘Shrill’ debates in media overshadowing facts: Arun Jaitley

Referring to the latest data brought out by Registrar for Newspapers in India (RNI) in the report, he said newspapers have grown at over eight per cent and a large part of it is because of growth in regional newspapers.

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Cubs death: Shiv Sena wants forest minister Sudhir Mungantiwar to take moral responsibility

On being informed, the forest officials had searched the area and found another cub which was alive. It was taken to Chandrapur for treatment, but it did not survive.

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Jharkhand: Not a single Naxal attack on police stations in 2015

There were a total of 349 incidents in 2013, 404 in 2012 and 504 in 2011, the booklet detailed.

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AAP leader murdered in New Delhi, body dumped near swamp

Police were yet to ascertain whether Ishwar was killed near his house or was he killed somewhere else and then the body dumped at the swamp near his house. Prima facie it is a case of personal enmity and the police haven’t ruled out the probability of hate crime, an official said.

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After Congress mouthpiece says Sonia’s father had fascist link, party calls magazine ‘defunct’

The AICC spokesperson distanced the party from Nirupam’s act of sacking the magazine editor. “What does he do in his personal capacity is his responsibility. In his personal capacity, he can be editor of any magazine and decide to keep or sack any employee. The party has nothing to do with it,” he said. In Delhi, Congress leaders Salman Khurshid and Raj Babbar said that the issue should be seriously looked into.

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University of Mysuru to host 103rd Science Congress in January 2016

A Hall of Fame will be set up and dedicated to late President Dr Abdul Kalam.

The 103rd Science Congress which will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister will be held at the University of Mysuru from January 3 to 7, 2016. A report in Deccan Herald states that the theme for this event is “Science and Technology for Indigenous Development in India”. More than 15000 delegates are expected to attend the event. There will also be lectures by Nobel laureates and 450 top institutions will showcase cutting-edge innovations under the Pride of India Science Mega Expo.A Hall of Fame will be set up and dedicated to late President Dr Abdul Kalam. A special pavilion will also be dedicated the late Bharat Ratna Sir M Visvesvaraya.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Science Congress is being hosted in Karnataka after 13 years and in Mysuru after 34 years, says the report. About 500 scientists and experts are expected to speak at the event. There will also be genesis symposiums, Vigyan Jyot, vision talks, women and children science congress, young scientists’ award, ISCA awards, science communicators’ meet and public lectures.The 103rd Science Congress is being supported by Infosys which will host 600 people on its Mysuru campus.

Big Business worried about Make in India? After NRN, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw and Lord Desai express concern

“Let us face it, investors want a sort of harmonious kind of environment to invest in. If they feel there is turmoil, there is unrest, that their investments are not safe, that’s what Moody’s is talking about… Therefore it is important that government actually act fast and corrects this image,” she said.

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Echoing Infosys founder N R Narayana Murthy’s concerns over ‘growing intolerance’, another business leader Kiran Mazumdar Shaw and economist Lord Meghnad Desai today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi must act quickly to correct India’s image to prevent any threat to foreign investments. Stating that she feels “very sad” about the current environment in the country, Shaw said it “creates a kind of concern about investing in country.””Let us face it, investors want a sort of harmonious kind of environment to invest in. If they feel there is turmoil, there is unrest, that their investments are not safe, that’s what Moody’s is talking about… Therefore it is important that government actually act fast and corrects this image,” she said.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”I think we are a country that have always celebrated diversity and unity in diversity. We have always celebrated our democracy as a very vibrant democracy, as a very tolerant society. And I think we must uphold all these values. I think that’s what all of us are talking about,” said the Chairman and Managing Director of Biocon Limited.Lord Meghnad Desai said the country is experiencing a total change in political ideology of the government. “Now the problem is, it is actually different ideology or it is actually intolerance? The murders of rationalists have nothing to do with BJP because they happened before BJP came to power. “I think what is true is that the tone of at least the junior Ministers and MPs of BJP is very openly hostile to Muslims… It’s basically the anti-Muslim tone of some of the BJP Ministers and MPs which actually for a lot of people is wrong and it is time that the leaders of BJP said so openly and clearly (on it),” he said.
Murthy had lamented that there is considerable fear in the minds of minorities in India and wanted governments to bring back the sense of confidence in them. Joining the debate on growing intolerance, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan had yesterday said that tolerance and mutual respect was necessary to improve the environment for ideas and physical harm or verbal contempt for any particular group should not be allowed. Against the backdrop of growing intolerance in the wake of Dadri lynching and subsequent acts of violence, he also said protection of right to question and challenge was essential for India to grow.

PhD students applying for peon jobs in UP: The real problem is with the Indian education system

In the USA, a PhD scholar, researching on pure sciences, has to sweat it out with the committee before which she has to defend her thesis, having to undergo severe challenges spanning more than five years. Publication of papers related to the area of research in reputed journals is part of the requirement before a candidate is proudly allowed to take the ‘walk’ — a bantering and light hearted Americanese for convocation.

It is not only the patent regime that insists on novelty but also the fastidious regime obtaining for making the grade for the coveted doctorate though the US patent regime has come for criticism for granting patents too readily and too easily even for marginal improvements to an existing product or service. Be that as it may.

Against this backdrop, the collective mourning by the Indian media for the sorry plight of some 250 PhD scholars who are among the 23 lac applicants for 368 vacancies for the peon job in the Uttar Pradesh government misses the woods for trees.

Narayanamurthy, one of the founders of the India iconic IT Company Infosys, bemoaned the employability of our engineering graduates. His grievance, shared by many of his peers, was they required a prolonged induction training spanning six months at considerable expenses to the employer before they learnt the ropes and tricks of trade.

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PhDs languishing without jobs is only a heightened manifestation of the same festering problem which has been addressed only half-heartedly, if at all, by a few companies like L&T by setting up their own vocational training schools.

The deemed universities that have mushroomed all over the country are more at fault. Academic rigor is sorely absent in the entire process culminating in awarding of PhD degrees. In fact, many of their teaching staff insidiously complete their doctorates on laughably simple issues sans novelty value — thesis on double entry system of accounting to wit. These universities oblige their own staff more because it serves their purpose as well as education regulators in India insist on PhD degree for professors.

The lucky ones soldier on in the universities and academia sans academic rigor but many not able to land teaching jobs, seek employment as generalists like the ones applying for the peon jobs in UP.

The malaise indeed has deep roots in the system of education in the country. Small wonder boys and girls going abroad for higher education are viewed as prized possessions by Indian companies when they return home armed with a foreign PhD degree on an esoteric subject.

The UP government would do well not to indulge the psycho-babbling of the PhD scholars by giving them the peon jobs which while giving them immediate succor would see them sulking in the long run with the resultant shoddy performance coming to haunt the government sooner than later besides affecting the overall morale of the establishment.

The universities that gave them PhD degrees at the drop of the hat must be taken to task by the education regulators so that in future they don’t trivialize with such coveted degrees. Benign guides with winking universities have been the bane of our PhD dispensation. It is not difficult to set right this malady because PhD is not a regular classroom course but the one where the candidate and guide are supposed to think out of the box. The UGC must mandate that the committee before whom a candidate presents his research paper must be drawn from the who’s who of the experts on the field, and as far as possible be the ones with whom the candidate cannot curry favor or cozy up to.

It is time our employers, while prescribing the minimum qualifications, also prescribe the maximum qualifications so that the supposedly overqualified do not apply. Meanwhile the PhD scholars who have applied for peon’s position with the UP government must seek solace elsewhere.

To be addressed as ‘Doctor Sahib’ is ego-boosting but it can cause incalculable harm if it dawns later on that the appellation was not earned but gotten thanks to the indulgent education system.

Top IT firms make record 7,947 jobs offers to VIT students

Speaking on the occasion of declaration of results, G Viswanathan, Chancellor, said that this is the fourth consecutive year when VIT shared the number one 1 position on job offers by the IT services companies. For the first time, VIT shared the slot 1 with five companies – Accenture, Cognizant, Infosys, TCS and Wipro. The selection process for all the companies happened between September 1 and 15.

VIT has already entered the Limca book of records for highest number of placements four times. It will again apply for the record this year

VIT students have received a record 7,947 job offers from top IT companies.Speaking on the occasion of declaration of results, G Viswanathan, Chancellor, said that this is the fourth consecutive year when VIT shared the number one 1 position on job offers by the IT services companies. For the first time, VIT shared the slot 1 with five companies – Accenture, Cognizant, Infosys, TCS and Wipro. The selection process for all the companies happened between September 1 and 15.At 1,914, Cognizant offered the maximum jobs followed by TCS (1,864), Accenture (1,472), Infosys (1,456) and Wipro (1,241).<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>This is the first time in India that five companies are hiring more than 1,000 students each from a single institution. This is also the highest number of recruitments done by individual companies surpassing their own records, said a press release from VIT. Cognizant’s – 1914 (previous highest: 1911 (VIT-2015 batch), TCS -1864 (previous highest: 1755 (elsewhere-2012 batch); Infosys – 1456 (previous highest -1452 (VIT-2015 batch).Cognizant hired the highest numbers (1914), which is again a National record in slot 1 placements. VIT has entered the Limca book of records for highest number of placements four times so far. VIT will be again applying for Limca book of records for this year recruitment numbers (1,914). The placement season for the current year (2015-16) started in May, 2015 with M Tech internship placements. More than 30 companies have recruited VIT’s 302 M Tech students as interns with a stipend ranging from Rs10,000 to Rs35000 per month. Some of the prominent recruiters include Intel, VmWare, netapp, continental automotive, IFB, cadence, Cummins, ST Microelectronics, Renault-Nissan, Honeywell and NXP semi conductors.Super Dream companies (CTC more than Rs 10 lakh per annum) recruitment started in July with Paypal recruiting 13 students with a pay package of Rs 20 lakh per annum. Helpchat offered the highest package of Rs 22 lakh per annum and recruited 3 B Tech (CSE) students. Other super dream companies that visited VIT include Visa, Microsoft, Cisco, Mckinsey, Inmobi, flipkart, Deshaw, practo and Pay U. As on date, 91 students have taken super dream offers, the VIT press release said.Many other dream companies (all core engineering companies and IT companies that offered more than Rs 4.5 lakh per annum) like Deloitte, Musigma, teradata, HP(R&D), Schneider Electric, Zs Associates, Grofers, Dell(R&D), clear trip etc., have recruited VIT students with a pay package ranging from Rs 5 to Rs10 lakh. Deloitte with 84 offers and Musigma with 63 job offers were the top recruiters in dream category. As on date, 100 dream companies have visited VIT and offered jobs to 372 students.Core engineering companies like L&T constructions, Godrej properties, Johnson Controls, sundaram clayton, whirlpool, SKF have already visited VIT for placements. Automotive companies like Maruti, ford, Hyundai, caterpillar, general motors’ will be visiting VIT this month for the placement drives.G Viswanathan thanked all the companies for reposing trust in VIT and recruiting in big numbers year after year.Vipin from Accenture, Rajiv Menon from Cognizant, Vaijnath Balasubramanian from Infosys, Sudeep from TCS and Viswanathan from Wipro were present along with VIT Vice President Sekar Viswanthan, assistant vice president Kadhambari Viswanathan, vice chancellor V Raju, Pro-vice chancellors Anand A Samuel, S Narayanan, director, placement and training Samuel Rajkumar.

Indians learnt maths from Greeks, Romans, Babylonians too: Amartya Sen

Although Indians had the tradition of analytical thinking, Indian mathematicians also learnt from the works done in Babylon, Greece and Rome, economist Amartya Sen said in Kolkata on Monday. “To be sure there was an Indian tradition of analytical thinking. The golden age of Indian mathematics changed the face of mathematics in the world. And later, the Indian mathematicians were directly inspired from the work done in Babylon, Greece and Rome”, Sen said at the Infosys Science Foundation here. The Nobel laureate said that with stellar outbursts of mathematical work in India, Indians also learnt a lot of theorems, proofs and rigorous mathematical reasoning from the Greeks, the Romans and Babylonians.”There is no shame in learning from others, and to put them in good use and then going to create knowledge, new understanding and thrilling novel ideas and results,” he said. Giving an example, he said, in trigonometry, the concept of ‘sin’ was conceived by Indian mathematician Aryabhatta. But it was an Italian mathematician who gave the Latin name ‘sinus’ which later became ‘sin’.He said Indian research was deeply influenced by the knowledge of foreign works, and also Indian mathematics influenced mathematical work in countries like Greece, Rome and Baghdad. What was cause for admiration was what not Indian mathematics did in splendid isolation, but what it did by international and inter-regional exchange of ideas, Sen said. The Infosys Science Foundation gave away prizes in the fields of mathematical sciences, physical sciences, life sciences, humanities, social sciences and computer and engineering sciences.

New IITs, IIMs: Government seeks suggestions from Infosys, architect Hafeez Contractor

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Government has decided to seek suggestions from software giant Infosys and famed architect Hafeez Contractor to develop a model architectural plan for setting up new IITs and IIMs.At a recently chaired meeting of a panel to determine land requirement for central higher educational institutions, it was also suggested that these institutes be set up in areas which are accessible by air and in vicinity of business or industrial hubs to get quality faculty and opportunities for students to take up internships.The panel was set up in November last year by the HRD Ministry with Higher Education Secretary Satya N Mohanty as its chairperson to resolve problems arising due to availability of land in setting up of new IITs, IIMs and central universities in cities and towns.Currently land requirement varies from around 100 acres for IITs to around 200 acres for IIMs and IISERs, and around 300 acres for NITs.Rapid urbanisation and expanding cities have forced the Ministry to re-look into the land requirement.At its first meeting held on December 8 last, the panel had decided that its members Ashok Mishra (chairperson of IIT Roorkee’s Board of Governors) and Chairman of ICICI Bank KV Kamath “will interact with Hafeez Contractor and submit model architectural plans for various categories of CE in the next meeting,” a ministry note said.It also underlined that air connectivity should be a priority in location of land for the campuses. Ideally, it should be no further than a 30-40 minute drive from the nearest airport.Mohanty was of the view that the central educational institutes should be set up in areas, which are accessible by air and in the vicinity of business or industrial hubs to get quality faculty and provide opportunities for students to take up internships.One of the mandates of the committee is to recommend fresh norms and criteria for determining land requirement in different locations taking into account the topography and the class of a city.According to the ministry’s order, revising land requirement should be such that it is more “realistic” and takes into account technological development which allows for vertical expansion of buildings.

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