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Wednesday, 20 October 2021 | PNS

White light emitter for leds

The Indian Institute of Technology Madras Researchers have developed a white light emitter for use in LEDs. The development of energy-efficient Light Emitting Diodes or LEDs replaced the energy-inefficient incandescent lamps in lighting and display applications. While LEDs have been available in almost all colours, white LEDs are a more recent development.

Conventional LED materials can’t emit white light and specialised techniques like coating blue LED with yellow phosphor and combining blue, green, and red LEDs, have been used to produce white light. There has been a worldwide search for materials that can directly emit white light rather than through these indirect techniques that can cause loss of efficiency.

The innovation has been patented by the Researchers and was recently granted the Technology Translation Award. The Science and Engineering Research Board provides financial assistance to researchers, academic institutions, research and development laboratories, industrial concerns, and other agencies. The team proposes to use the grant money of Rs 30 lakh to produce LEDs using their distorted perovskite materials.

JAIN Online to co-host EDUCATE summit

The  Jain Online has partnered to co-host Techspectations EDUCATE 2021 to be held on October 23, 2021.

The 4th edition of the summit will witness a huge gathering of industry leaders across the nation on a single virtual platform to discuss the future of Indian education in a new normal era.

Industry leaders will discuss evolving trends in education space.

testing of New engineering exam

The Pearson VUE, the global leader in computer-based testing has announced the launch of a new engineering exam.

 The entrance exam for engineering is a first-of-its-kind product, aimed specifically at engineering students during the important university admissions stage.

The first exam was launched in December 2020 as a general aptitude test for all undergraduate courses.

Building off the successful market entry of this exam, Pearson VUE is now starting to offer tailored exam content for specialist subjects.

LSAT-India 2022 in two cycles now

The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) has announced plans to administer the LSAT-India 2022 in two cycles using the online proctored format that will allow law school aspirants to take the test safely, from the convenience of their own homes.

 The first administration of the test will be conducted on January 15, 2022 and the second administration would be over a five-day period, starting May 9, 2022 to accommodate the larger number of anticipated test takers.

Registration are open. In our continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the LSAT-India 2022 will again be administered through an online delivery system with artificial intelligence-assisted remote proctoring to ensure the integrity and validity of each test. This format enabled more than 7,600 aspiring law students, as well as law colleges to enjoy an uninterrupted admission cycle despite the extraordinary circumstances of the global health emergency.

The LSAC’s Vice President Yusuf Abdul-Kareem explained that two opportunities to appear for the LSAT-India will help aspirants maximise their law college admission process.

programmes on AI, BI, ML & DL for corporates

The  Times Professional Learning launched their signature programme, DATA JEDI, a comprehensive suite of Data Science, AI, Business Intelligence, Machine and Deep Learning training services to enhance an organisation’s data analytical capabilities and create a data-driven culture for achieving desired business outcomes.

These courses will enable organisations build resource capability facilitating digital transformation and upskilling learners across domains. There are five courses — Business Intelligence Transformation, AI & ML for Everyone, ML & Data Science Essentials, ML & Data Science: Specialised Programmes, and Application-Based ML & DS Programmes.

Education Loans for UG & PG in Rajasthan

The has now opened up its offerings to students in Rajasthan, after the immense success of their education loans for studies across Punjab and Himachal.

 The organisation has tied up with Shyam University, Dausa to help their students with availability of education loans. More such partnerships across Rajasthan are being finalised.

The students will be provided with interest free education loans. In addition, the company will provide various other benefits like campus placements for jobs and internships, as well as expert sessions with industry leaders from across India and the globe.

The organisation has also tied up with to provide fee-financing solutions to students coming from rural areas of the State of Rajasthan.

Loans up to Rs 10 lakh will be provided under interest-free scheme to the students for college education in partner institutions. Loans in non-partner institutions will be provided at very low rates of interest.

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