Rajasthan

Cong 99
BJP 73
RLM 3
OTH 24

Madhya Pradesh

Cong 113
BJP 110
BSP 2
OTH 5

Chhattisgarh

Cong 68
BJP 16
JCC 6
OTH 0

Telangana

TRS-AIMIM 95
TDP-Cong 21
BJP 1
OTH 2

Mizoram

MNF 26
Cong 5
BJP 1
OTH 8
*Total Tally Reflects Leads + Wins

Mihika Basu

Articles By Mihika Basu

Connect conversations: IIT-B group comes out with video series for LGBTQ

Web initiative aims to combat homophobia and transphobia in higher educational institutions.

Jaitapur nuclear power project: Protesters write to Japan PM, warn of stepping up pressure

Say in light of its own experience, Japan should not put profits of its nuclear industry before the environment.

Eight IIT-B students opt for deferred placements to focus on society, entrepreneurship

In 2014, around 11 had opted for deferred placements. The policy has seen a considerable rise from one in 2013 and none in the first year of introduction.

India’s first space observatory scores over NASA, say TIFR scientists

No payload of this area has been flown so far and hence it was a big challenge for the country when it was first mooted, said scientists.

IIT Bombay ranks 29 in Times Higher Education BRICS and Emerging Economics rankings: Scores poorly in international outlook and research

An analysis of the ranking parameters shows that IIT Bombay has scored just 17.7 per cent in international outlook.

Rajiv Gandhi Jeevandayee Arogya Yojana: 82.22% grievances resolved till Nov 15, says Maharashtra govt

Denies TISS claim that 63% incurred out-of-pocket payments

NGO writes to NPCIL, urges it to stop work at Jaitapur plant

The letter to the ministry had called for issuing stop-work notices to the NPCIL and to make a public announcement of this decision.

District Information System for Education data : 37.27% teachers in state’s primary, upper primary schools not even graduates

Figures reveal 1,53,329 teachers out of 4,11,378 in the state’s rural schools do not have a graduate degree.

On constitution day, TISS student presents paper on secularism in Indian context

‘Religion more politicised than politics itself’

‘Govt should review intervention policies, one-time financial aid not the solution’

The initiative has been conceptualised by Kanojia, who was an intervention programme officer of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), which had focused on helping 26/11 survivors.

Increase in pre-placement offers indicate good hiring season ahead: IIT Bombay

Over 150 offers, including 15 international ones, so far.

Health scheme beneficiaries pay from own pockets

TISS report maps pitfalls in Rajiv Gandhi Jeevandayee Arogya Yojana

Maharashtra govt issues strict guidelines for private children’s welfare organisations

These departments will also have to make sure that guidelines are being strictly followed.

Shortage of faculty across IITs: 42% in Kharagpur, Roorkee, 39% in Bombay

Among the older IITs, Bombay had a vacancy of 38.66 per cent, Kharagpur of 42.42 per cent, Roorkee of 41.88 per cent, Delhi of 33.11 per cent, Guwahati of 26.50 per cent and IIT-BHU of 53.39 per cent.

Maharashtra colleges told to promote Swachh Bharat campaign

Adopt statues of national leaders for cleanliness: MHRD.

Dying, giant radio galaxy catches astronomers’ attention

According to experts, while radio galaxies with size less than a million light years are common, giant radio galaxies are rare at large cosmic distances.

IIT-B student survey: 76% female, 63% male students say ‘casual sexism’ exists

The primary objective was to gauge people’s opinion about gender inequality on IIT campus.

Poverty, customs & exercise of choice key drivers of child marriage, says study

Life stories of 42 girls or women and 15 boys or men, who were married before the age of 18 years and are presently in the age group 15-29 years, form the core of the data.

MNLU on TISS campus: Law university a rare ‘collaboration’

MNLU received 3000 applications for 60 seats for the five-year integrated undergraduate programme, and 10 seats for the PG programme.

DISE data: Elementary education findings show Maharashtra lagging

Just 31.18 per cent rural schools have regular headmaster or teacher, only 12 states rank below Maharashtra on this parameter.

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