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Jobs and scope in food technology.

Chocolates, ice cream, pizza, noodles, samosas, dosas, juices and colas all are products of the Indian food industry. It’s not just restaurant chefs, but also the food technologists who run this industry. Food is a science. In fact a highly developed one, that is based on the fundamentals of biochemistry, physical sciences, chemistry and engineering. Technologists help to make the ...

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1 more reason to study in Europe

The Trump administration has taken over and among its first policies has been to restrict the issuance of HI-B visas. Trump has openly declared an ​”​anti foreigners​”​ policy. Jobs in the US particularly in the IT engineering science have been coveted by Indian professionals. In the last few years, their government has been steadily reducing the work visas ​​for Indian students​. This ...

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SIESONS 2016 SIES Nerul College of Arts, Science and Commerce

SIESONS 2016 comes knocking at our doors this 29th and 30th January! It is a cultural fest which is an initiative held by SIES Nerul College of Arts, Science and Commerce. The South Indian Education Society with its numerous departments, individual colleges and schools has a large spectrum and enrollment of over 22,000 students. SIES (Nerul) College of Arts, Science ...

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Indian Science – Myths or Theories.

Science stands for TRUTH i.e. being practical and THEORY i.e. being untested. All present day concepts ┬áincluding Copernicus’ Theory of Sun at┬ácenter┬á[1514 A.D.] , Aristotle’s Theory of Spherical┬áearth rather flat in his book “On The Heavens” [340 BC] were theories and took hundreds of years for mankind to prove. Recent popular ┬áexamples are Stephen Hawking’s [Theoretical Physics] of beginning of ...

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Applications invited to the INK Fellows Program 2014

INK, a physical and digital platform for sharing innovative ideas, calls upon ‘multi-disciplinary’ young achievers to come and share ideas. Applications for the INK Fellows Programme for 2014 are open from Jan 15 to March 30, 2014. The initiative aims to identify a multi-disciplinary group of 20 young path-breakers capable of bringing about a positive change in not just their ...

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Bharat Ratna for scientist Dr. CNR Rao

While the entire nation was engulfed in the hullabaloo of one Bharat Ratna Awardee, another eminent figure was given due recognition for 50 year of perseverance and struggle to thrive and take the nation to the pinnacles of success in the field of science. Meet Prof. Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra Rao also known as C.N.R. Rao, born in Bangalore in the ...

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Paramarsh, 27-29 Sep, Faculty of Engg, M.S.U, Vadodara

“Paramarsh, in it’s 13th year sees participation from 18000 students from Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Students can display their innate and acquired management skills and enhance their preparation for professional careers in this “World-of-Opportunities”. This three-day event is the ‘largest non-technical college festival of Gujarat’. The word ‘Paramarsh’ has its roots in the Sanskrit, meaning ‘Supreme thought’. An ...

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JAM’s Junk Food Contest. Win prizes.

Junk food - its back to college time

Junk Food – if not in college then where else? Back To College – Send us some juicy Campus Buzz – happenings news reports(200-250 words), OR Campus photos. Here is what we want you to do; a. Send us pics from college canteen. This time’s theme is “JUNK FOOD” Email your submissions to edit@jammag.com – subject : Campus Buzz Contest ...

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Arts V/S Science

Science for the nerds, Arts is for the birds… –Neha Seth “Oh! You were so little when I last saw you, now you’ve become so big…,” says your distant aunt. This ironical statement sounds quite familiar to most of you, I’m sure. “So! You’re in college now, haan…. Following in your sister’s footsteps, one more engineer in the family…” “No, ...

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