Glitches in the online attendance system

Real time attendance and biometric attendance system, implemented in June 2016 suffers from a technical glitch.   By Swati Ekka Bangalore:  The State government has failed to fix the technical difficulties plaguing Students Achievement tracking System (SATS KARNATAKA), which was implemented to monitor the attendance of the government school teachers and overall performance of the students. […]

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City’s wait for Common Mobility Card not over yet

The common mobility card for metro and bus services which was supposed to be started by January 2020, is still on papers. By Batchu Rushali Bengaluru: Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) and Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) have failed to meet the deadline of January 1, 2020, to introduce a common mobility card for […]

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City traffic signals to upgrade to adaptive mode

The Bengaluru Traffic Police hopes to solve the city’s traffic management by introducing an adaptive traffic management system. Surbhi Shah Standing at one of the busiest junctions in Cubbon Park, city traffic police officer Ramanaswamy was hopeful at the prospect of installation of adaptive signals in Bengaluru, for he will not have to change the […]

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CPRI workshop to reduce the transformers failure rate

Distribution Transformer’s rate of failure in India is around 15 to 20 per cent By Arghyadeep Dutta Central Power Research Institute organised a workshop to help manufacturers of distribution transformers to reduce the failure rate through effective cooling and proper maintenance. The rate of failure of the Distribution Transformer in India is in the range […]

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The Initiatives of the Indian Government still Far

The current Indian administration had announced in February 2018 that IT and ITeS services sector in India is of great importance to its economy. Abhinav Kumar According to IBEF (Indian Brand Equity Foundation) Eventually growing, the industry accounted for 7.7% in India’s GDP in 2016. An attempt to capitalize this industry, government had announced in February […]

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Confinement outside the boundaries of Central Prison

2G/3G signal jammers disrupt telecom services for residents living around the prison. By Jagriti Parakh Thousands of people living in areas around the Parappana Agrahara Central Prison in Bengaluru are facing network-issues because of the signal jammers installed in the prison premises. Kanupriya, a resident of Parappana Agrahara, said, “I have a new mobile phone, […]

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Tech-inspiring Tech Summit 2019

Bengaluru: The Bengaluru Tech Summit gave a hint of a smart future for the country, Startups came with unique innovations By Shivani Verma One of the conferences held today was about Digital Technologies to Transform Commercial Aerospace, the Netherlands whose moderator was Mr. Gert Heijkoop, Netherlands Consulate General in Bangalore. Speakers were H.E. Marten Van […]

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India launches first microgravity experiment.

Space biotechnology start-up launched India’s first microgravity experiment on International Space Station for rice cultivation. Ishika Dangayach  A private Indian space company has collaborated with National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and a private United States-based space company to launch India’s first microgravity experimentto be conducted on-board the International Space Station (ISS).The experiment will study behavior […]

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