Free Press Journal
  • Engineers’ role in nation building is extremely vital, says PM Narendra Modi

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday paid his tribute to Bharat Ratna M. Visvesvaraya on his birth anniversary and greeted the nation on the occasion of Engineers Day saying that their role in nation building was extremely vital. “On Engineers Day, I congratulate our hardworking engineers and appreciate their dexterity as well as dedication. Their role in nation building is extremely vital. I also pay tributes to the noted engineer,

  • Supreme Court, Maharashtra, 1959 Maharashtra land ceiling dispute, landowners

    If you enact law, then don’t practise it

    If doctors, engineers and architects are debarred from practicing two professions simultaneously, there is no reason why those who enact the law in Parliament or the state legislatures should not also be debarred…Rule 49 of the Bar Council of India states that any full-time salaried employee, whether he or she belongs to a corporation, private firm, or the government, cannot practise as a lawyer before a court of law.

  • Bhopal: Campus placement: TCS picks 220 students from RGPV

    Bhopal: IT giant Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has selected 220 students from Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya during a campus recruitment drive here on Monday.  The selected students, which include 88 females, belong to all branches of engineering and they will take up their jobs at the prestigious organisation on completion of their course in 2018.

  • Mumbai: 18 MBMC engineers fail to clear mandated professional exams

    Bhayandar: In a shocking revelation, 11 out of the 18 engineers attached to the various departments of the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) have failed to clear the mandated professional examinations conducted by the Nashik based-Maharashtra Engineering Training Academy (META) to prove their worth for promotions.

  • Tech Titbits: Google’s food delivery app to fitness tracker

    Engineers have developed a new cooling technology that uses ‘jumping droplets’ to cool processors and power electronics. When placed beneath electronics, the droplets vaporise after absorbing the electronics’ heat escaping towards cooling structures on the floor. The floor made of a hydrophobic material repels the recondensed merging droplets making

  • 37,915 techies exit Infosys; hiring dips 65 per cent

    Bengaluru: A whopping 37,915 engineers left software major Infosys while its hiring plunged 65 per cent in fiscal 2016-17 thanks to increasing automation and thrust on artificial intelligence in its operations and projects.

  • Bhopal: Engineers on a strike for various demands

    CHHATTARPUR: The engineers of the district have proceeded on a strike in support of their various demands. On Friday, they took out a vehicle rally and handed over a memorandum addressed to the chief minister to the collector.

  • Dakota Access Pipeline to be rerouted

    Bismarck : The Standing Rock Indian Reservation successfully blocked the Dakota Access Pipeline as the US Army announced that it would no longer be built across the sacred land.

  • Mumbai Potholes: Ajoy Mehta may be axed

    Sena along with other Oppostion threatens to issue no-trust motion against Ajoy Mehta over pothole issue

  • Mumbaikars stand against MCGM over potholes issue

    Mumbai: While the pothole menace continues in the city and civic officials threaten to resign, citizens will take a stand against the MCGM by staging an agitation outside its headquarters.

  • ‘Paper skin’ sensing device made of simple kitchen materials developed

    Riyadh : A team of engineers from Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah University of Science and Technology has developed a low-cost sensor using everyday materials found in the kitchen that can detect external stimuli like pressure, temperature, acidity and humidity, reports IANS.

  • India tops Asia in sending scientists, engineers to US

    Washington : India continued its trend of being the top country of birth from Asia for immigrant scientists and engineers in US, with 950,000 out of the continent’s total 2.96 million, according to a new report, says PTI.

  • Bioactive glass fillings to prolong tooth life

    New York : Bioactive glass can be used in tooth fillings to reduce the ability of bacteria to attack composite tooth fillings, and perhaps even provide some of the minerals needed to replace those lost to tooth decay, engineers from Oregon State University said, reports IANS.