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Want to be a CYBORG….?

Cyborg can be defined as an organism that has enhanced ability due to the integrated of some artificial components or technology. The concept of a man-machine mixture was widespread in science fiction before World War II. As early as 1843, Edgar Allan Poe described a man with extensive prostheses in […]

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BIOTECHNOLOGY- FUTURE OF THE MODERN WORLD

Biotechnology branch of biology deals with the the techniques of using living organism or enzymes to produce useful product for human welfare. European federation of biotechnology (EFB) has has given a defination of biotechnology from both traditional and modern molecular biotechnology point of view. The definition given by EFB is […]

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EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AFTER BBA

Master of Business Administration (MBA) MBA is the most popular choice for a graduate in management domain. The course takes the graduate one step further in the management stream and builds on the basic principles that he/she was taught during graduation. A graduate can choose to go for a particular […]

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CLIMATE CHANGE AND PLANT SCIENCE

When prevention of climate change is uncertain, preparation is necessary . CLIMATE CHANGE Climate change continues to cause unusual and unpredictable weather around the world. Longer drought, flooding, major stroke, snowfall, temperature extreme will increase earth’s temp upto 3-4 ‘C. Rising CO² level and warmer earth means plant will grow bigger […]

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UNLOCK 4

India on Saturday issued fresh guidelines of lock down in ‘Unlock 4’, allowing opening up of more activities in areas outside the containment zones, marking gradual opening of the country and economy amid coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak. Many features of this unlock down had changed or improved than previous ones. […]

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FUTURE OF ILO

INTRODUCTION The International Labour Organization (ILO) is a United Nations agency responsible for dealing with employment-related matters crosswise the world, including employment standards and problems of exploitation. The ILO records […]

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