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Technology And Education

The massive growth of technology is influencing various fields such as engineering, medicine, film industry, rocket science, defense, nuclear power plants, etc. Also, it plays a significant role in school as well as college student’s life. Whether it is the assignment, research work for the project, homework, understanding the concepts, etc. it can be easily done with the help of the internet. Learning new skills and gaining information about the current or ancient topics, sharing informative data, or even staying connected with family and friends can be done over the…

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Days After Bulandshahr Violence, Yogi Adityanath Meets PM Modi In Delhi

Two, including a cop, were killed in Bulandshahr on Monday in a mob violence allegedly over cow slaughter New Delhi: Days after the Bulandshahr violence that led to the killing of two, including one policeman, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his official home in New Delhi on Thursday. Even though what transpired between them was not officially communicated, sources in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said the Chief Minister invited PM Modi for the “Ardh-Kumbh” to be held in Allahabad next month. Sources also…

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I do not lie: Dassault boss responds to Rahul Gandhi on Rafale

The chief of Dassault Aviation, the French manufacturer contracted to deliver 36 fighter jets to the Indian Air Force, hit out at Rahul Gandhi for calling him a liar. “I don’t lie,” said Eric Trappier, the CEO of Dassault Aviation. “In my position as CEO, you don’t lie.” Trappier was responding to Gandhi’s accusation that he was lying about the Rafale deal to protect Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Trappier also spoke about the controversial decision to make of Anil Ambani’s Reliance Defence an offset partner and about the Congress’s claim…

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How Trump Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Could Threaten Undocumented Children’s Education

Getty Images Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has stoked public outrage more consistently than any other member of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet, a group not principally known for evading indignation. But perhaps DeVos’s most alarming error to date has received insufficient public attention. This disregard is regrettable because her blunder illuminates one of the U.S. Supreme Court’s most momentous opinions — and exposes a mounting threat to the decision. As last school year drew to a close, Congressman Adrian Espaillat of New York asked DeVos in a committee hearing whether public educators…

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10 Education Stories You May Have Missed This Summer

NPR’s weekly education roundup is back after a short hiatus. This edition features a longer list to catch you up on the news you may have missed over the long, hot summer. Elizabeth Graeber for NPR 1. Student loan ombudsman resigns, and slams the door In a scathing resignation letter, provided to NPR, Seth Frotman, the top official in charge of protecting students at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, said the Trump administration “has turned its back on young people and their financial futures.” EDUCATION The School Shootings That Weren’t 2. NPR…

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Education, age and even height determine how much you will earn

WASHINGTON D.C. [USA]: For the first time, machine learning now enables researchers to rank the most important factors that predict future affluence – and the outcome might surprise you. Education and occupation were the best predictors -but surprisingly, a person’s ability to delay instant gratification was also among the most important determinants of higher income, beating age, race, ethnicity and height. Many factors are related to how much money a person will earn, including age, occupation, education, gender, ethnicity and even height. Behavioral variables are also implicated, such as one relating to the famous “marshmallow test.” This study…

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