Education & Career

In a bid to yield to the high demand for medical-grade oxygen amid rampant COVID spread, two electrical engineering students from Lucknow's Tirupati College of Engineering have developed an indigenous oxygen concentrator. This novel invention operates at a capacity of nearly 10 litres per minute and claims to aid those in respiratory distress due to the coronavirus infection. As per reports, this homegrown concentrator will be soon be launched in the market as a major economic respite, in contrast to the existing expensive counterparts.

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Amid the recent swell of the second wave of the coronavirus, schools across UP have been ordained to observe a shutdown. This has been officiated via an order by the Additional Chief Secretary of Basic Education, who directed all educational institutes in Lucknow and other UP districts to completely remain closed (Classes I to XII) until May 15. Online classes will also remain suspended, read reports.

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Lucknow University has decided that it will seek permission from the government to promote its first semester UG and PG students without final assessments, as their exams were postponed in view of the rise in COVID cases. Further, the University has decided that it will commence the second-semester classes for all undergraduate and master as online programmes. This decision was taken in a meeting of all department heads, presidents and university deans, under the council of the LU Vice-Chancellor, Professor Alok Kumar Roy.

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Every photograph has a story, a meaning and a feeling snapped into it and yours is about to get a platform through 'Colours of Uttar Pradesh' - a photography event organised by Amity University Lucknow Campus. So if you've got an unexposed film in your pocket and the will to capture a still that can move the world, this is just the place for you. Amity University invites all school and college students to be part of this digital event and carve out their own niche as budding photographers.

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Finding your way through a clutter of varied career choices can be a daunting task, more than professional progress itself. But if you happen to be a Lucknowite in search of your niche, all you need is expert guidance from the Institute for Career Studies for a high-flying career trajectory, amalgamating the best of your interests and abilities. With its experience of leading over 4,50,000 students and youth to enriching career graphs, this globally acclaimed institution will guide you towards pinnacles of success!

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Lucknow University has brought a golden opportunity for all its students with new and innovative ideas for starting entrepreneurial ventures. As per reports, the Department of Business Administration at the university shall launch the 'Ideate Business Plan' competition on March 24, with an objective to provide financial support to enterprising students. Reportedly, all students of the university and affiliated colleges are permitted to take part in this battle of the finest ideas.

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With its latest initiative, Lucknow University has brought cheering news for its students from economically weaker sections of the society. Under the Student Welfare Fund Scheme, the varsity shall provide a sum of ₹15,000 to its pupils, dealing with financial constraints, as stated by reports. According to sources, the only condition for this reward is that the student must score 60% or above marks in the university examinations.

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Lucknow University's Commerce Department has decided to restart the 'Super 30' free coaching classes to train postgraduate students for National Eligibility Test (NET) and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). The application forms will be made available to interested candidates from April 5, 2021. Later a written test will be conducted to select 30 students for the free coaching programme.

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The effects of the coronavirus pandemic have left another glaring impression on the education system. As per reports, all government-run schools in Uttar Pradesh will cancel examinations up to class 8. With this, the state has struck off a written assessment for the second consecutive year. Students will be internally marked on the basis of their performance throughout the academic session for promotion, stated officials.

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Sarthak Foundation is working towards the ambition of creating and culturing an environment that aids to empower and educate every economically marginalised child in Uttar Pradesh. With their new initiative of Yellow Rooms, they have set a pace to transform their vision of 'Happy Empowered Children' into a reality here. Reaching out to kids in urban slums, villages and construction sites in Lucknow, this NGO is working every day to provide the children their rights and their share of happiness!

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Getting a job as per your own likeness is honestly a job in itself, but guess what? you are in luck, Lucknowites! For Rozgaar India, is here in your own city and they are opening a plethora of job opportunities for all you ambitious folks out there. Growing as the "biggest" tech company in the gig industry right now, Rozgaar India is currently with an active workplace of over 1,00,000 gig employees and now you also join and lead this energetic team at the town's coolest office at Arjunganj.

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