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MH-CET 2018 to have questions from Class XI syllabus

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THE STATE Common Entrance Test (CET) for admission to engineering and pharmacy colleges will include questions from the Class XI syllabus for the first time from next year. A circular issued to the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) last week stated that the CET in 2018 will include the syllabus… Read more »

Only 49 colleges have opted for NCC as elective subject:DG

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Shillong Director General of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) Lt Gen Vinod Vashisht said on Tuesday that only 49 colleges in the country had opted for NCC their elective subjects. The NCC chief has also urged state governments in the northeast region to take NCC as an elective subject in educational… Read more »

5 Amazing Health Benefits of Eggplant You May Have Not Heard Before

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Commonly known as aubergine in England and brinjalin India, eggplant is a glossy, teardrop-shaped vegetable belonging to the nightshade botanical family. It is the same purple variety found across the globe but is referred to as an eggplant mostly in the United States. The eggplant is native to a number of countries stretching from India to Burma… Read more »

MSBSHSE new evaluation pattern: Class IX students will not have oral tests in languages

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Class IX students will no longer have to take oral examinations in languages and write internal assessments in social sciences, according to the new evaluation pattern announced by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE). In a circular issued on Thursday, the MSBSHSE announced the new… Read more »

Why more and more Indians can't have kids

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Mumbai resident Janhavi climbed several rungs of the corporate ladder before deciding to have a baby three years back. Months however turned into years as Janhavi, now 38, spent lakhs of rupees at various infertility clinics to get pregnant. “I have tried as many gharelu nuskas (home remedies) as tests looking for… Read more »

A Single Workout Session Can Have An Immediate Effect on the Brain

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The efficacy and importance of regular exercising is hugely underestimated. The World Health Organistion suggests every adult to indulge in at least 150 minutes of moderate to rigorous intensity activity to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Obesity is one of the biggest perpetrators of lifestyle diseases today and regular exercising is… Read more »

Breastfeeding Mothers Have 10 Per Cent Lower Risk of Heart Attack

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Breast milk is said to contain a number of benefits for the baby’s health. It contains a variety of nutrients essential for the newborn’s well-being, and also includes antibodies which cannot be medically engineered. However, there are also several advantages for the breastfeeding mother. Breastfeeding may reduce a mother’s heart… Read more »

Love Beer? Experts Have Created A Type That Can Boost Immunity

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Beer lovers, time to rejoice! Experts at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have created a probiotic sour beer can also boost immunity. The beer is believed to be created with a probiotic strain of Lactobacillus paracasei L26. This probiotic strain is known to have been first isolated from human… Read more »

Depression Gene Identified: 5 Foods You Must Have for a Healthy Brain

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A new study, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, shows that a particular gene may be responsible for amplifying or reducing stress, depending on its level of activity and thus, triggering the risk of depression . This particular gene is known as Slc6a15 and its link with depression has been found in both animals… Read more »