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Caste census: Fuss over ‘delay’ in staff payment

While it’s almost a month since the socio-economic caste census (SECC) – 2011work ended, those who conducted the survey are making a fuss, saying their payment was getting “delayed.”

The census concl

Cusat favours pvt firm over Keltron

The Cochin University of Science and Technology has finally awarded the computerisation of the examination wing of the varsity to a Hyderabad-based private firm and the letter in this regard will be i

Rotarians boost cancer facility


The General Hospital, which is basking in a new image with a slew of renovation projects, is set to become a relief point for cancer patients, as a project is in the pipeline to give the cancer care s

CUSAT body aids firms, nets Rs 1.25 crores

Scripting a unique success story in the industry-institution partnership, the Sophisticated Test and Instrumentation Centre (STIC), functioning on the Cochin University (CUSAT) campus, has raked in Rs

New med colleges unlikely this year

The Medical Council of India is understood to have decided not to sanction any new medical college for Kerala this year.

According to MCI sources, the apex body on medical education will not grant s

CUSAT advises caution


The Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) Syndicate which met on Saturday asked the varsity registrar to proceed with caution and meet all legal formalities in the case of Dr B. Madhusoo

Inspection of eateries in limbo

Triggering a crisis, orders from the Food Safety Commissionerate (FSC) are reaching local bodies asking health inspectors not to inspect eateries including hotels and bakeries.

What it meant is that,

CUSAT software to help detect breast cancer


When breast cancer rules as the second leading cause of mortality among women, here’s some good news from researchers at Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT).

Dr Tessamma Thomas from t

Facebook users drum up season of boat races


Even as the soccer spirits hit a feverish pitch, the sleepy hamlets of five districts in central Kerala are gearing up to welcome the season of boat races which gets off to an energetic start with the

CEE drops 3 colleges from allotment process

Commissioner of Entrance Examinations (CEE) B.S. Mavoji on Tuesday removed three self-financing medical colleges from his merit quota allotment process. The colleges are Kannur medical college, Karuna

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