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Wonder whaich are the best engineering and technology colleges of the world for the year 2019? The 2019 Times Higher Education World University Rankings has ranked world's top universities across a number of categories including 'engineering and technology'.

The ranking claims to have used 13 performance indicators to rank these colleges. It highlights the universities that are leading across general engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, mechanical and aerospace engineering, civil engineering and chemical engineering subjects.

50 Top engineering and technology colleges of the world for 2019

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Here's over to the '50 Top engineering and technology colleges of the world for 2019'.

  • University of Oxford, United Kindgom
  • Standford University, United States
  • Harvard University, United States
  • California Institues of Technology, United States
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
  • University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Princeton University, United States
  • National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  • Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
  • University of California, Berkeley, United States
  • Imperial College London, United Kingdom
  • University of California, Los Angeles, United States
  • Peking University, China
  • Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Singapore
  • University of Michigan, United States
  • Carnegie Mellon University, United States
  • École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
  • Tsinghua University, China
  • Yale University, United States
  • University of Texas at Austin, United States
  • Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
  • Cornell University, United States
  • Technical University of Munich, Germany
  • RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  • Purdue University, United States
  • University of California, Santa Barbara, United States
  • University of Pennsylvania, United States
  • University of Toronto, Canada
  • Northwestern University, United States
  • Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea
  • Columbia University, United States
  • University of California, San Diego, United States
  • Seoul National University, South Korea
  • Zhejiang University, China
  • Johns Hopkins University, United States
  • The University of Tokyo, Japan
  • University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • UCL, United Kingdom
  • University of Science and Technology of China, China
  • Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
  • KU Leuven, Belgium
  • Kyoto University, Japan
  • Duke University, United States
  • University of Southern California, United States
  • Fudan University, China
  • Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), South Korea

Getting a cell phone has become something of a childhood rite of passage. Parents often struggle with how soon is too soon, with the average child now receiving their first phone at age 10 and their first social media accounts by age 12.

But leaders in the technology industry are pushing back against this new norm by keeping phones out of their own kids’ hands until their teenage years.

Should You Make Your Kids Wait Until High School for a Cell Phone?

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Microsoft founder Bill Gates was among the first to reveal that each of his three children weren’t allowed to have a phone until they turned 14 years old—and he’s not the only one. James Steyer, founder and CEO of Common Sense Media, has also said that his children only get a cell phone once they reach high school—and only after they’ve shown they have restraint and that they value face-to-face communication.

Chris Anderson, the former editor of Wired magazine, recently told the New York Times that he keeps cell phones out of his kids’ hands until the summer before they start high school:
“On the scale between candy and crack cocaine, it’s closer to crack cocaine,” Mr. Anderson said of screens.
Technologists building these products and writers observing the tech revolution were naïve, he said.
“We thought we could control it,” Mr. Anderson said. “And this is beyond our power to control. This is going straight to the pleasure centers of the developing brain. This is beyond our capacity as regular parents to understand.”
The struggle between a parent who wants to delay and a child who swears all of his friends are getting phones is real. They want to fit in and connect with their friends; we want to prevent them becoming addicted to their phones or getting bullied on social media or being exposed to who-knows-what on apps that seem harmless on the surface but aren’t.

As kids get older and become more independent, by walking home from school or attending after-school activities on their own, giving them a cell phone can start to feel like the right decision both from a safety and a convenience standpoint.

But Athena Chavarria, who worked as an executive assistant at Facebook, has a different view: She lives by the mantra that the last child in the class to get a phone wins.
“Other parents are like, ‘Aren’t you worried you don’t know where your kids are when you can’t find them?’” Ms. Chavarria said. “And I’m like, ‘No, I do not need to know where my kids are every second of the day.’”
Of course, it’s hard to be the teenager with no phone when all (or at least the vast majority) of your friends have one, and when that is how they all make plans and stay in touch over school breaks. For those kids, writer Anastasia Basil, who wrote the viral piece “Porn Is Not the Worst Thing on Musical.ly,” offers up this solution:
Maybe if Bill and Melinda are listening they’ll do something to change the landscape of American childhood. (Melinda has written about this topic as a worried mother.) Maybe she and Bill can offer an incentive. How about this: If a kid stays off ALL social media — no Snap, no Instagram, no Musical.y, no KiK and so on — until they are 16-years-old, the Gates Foundation will cut that kid a $1600 check on their 16th birthday. The kid can use the money any way the kid wants — no forced college savings. Shopping spree! Car down payment! Concert tickets!
Here’s a DIY-version: If you begin to sock away $23 each month when your kid is 10, you’ll have $1600 to hand over for a tough job well done — plus $56 bucks to spend on wine and salted snacks for your middle-aged self. Pretty good deal. Plus, when one of your kid’s friends is all: OMG! You’re not on Instagram! Your kid can save face and be like: Yeah, dude, and I’m getting paid for it, too.

October 26, 2018 , ,
ये हैं दुनिया की 7 सबसे भयानक जेल, कैदी ही कैदी को मारकर खा जाते हैं!...top brutal and most cruel prisons in the worldदुनिया में कुछ जेल ऐसी हैं, जिनकी कल्पना से बड़े से बड़ा अपराधी भी कांप उठता है. इन जेलों के बारे में ऐसी बातें मशहूर हैं जिसे सुनकर एक बार को यकीन नहीं होता कि इंसान इतना क्रूर कैसे हो सकता है. कहा जाता है कि इनमें से कुछ जेल तो ऐसी हैं, जहां कैदी एक दूसरे को जिंदा चबा जाते हैं. आइये जानते हैं दुनिया के इन 7 खतरनाक जेलों के बारे में जहां से जिंदा लौट आना 

कैंप 22, नॉर्थ कोरिया
नार्थ कोरिया को पूरी दुनिया वहां के तानाशाह लीडर किम जोंग उन के लिए जानती है. पर एक और किम जोंग था जिसने ये जेल बनवाई थी. कैंप 22 का निर्माण 1965 में किम जोंग इल के कहने पर हुआ था, इस जेल में 50 हज़ार से ज़्यादा कैदी रहते हैं. यहां कैदियों के साथ बर्बरता की हदें पार कर दी जाती हैं 

गीतारमा सेंट्रल जेल, रवांडा
रवांडा में बनी इस जेल को दुनिया की सबसे बुरी जेल भी कहा जाता है. यहां के कैदियों के बारे में ये भी मशहूर है कि वो एक दूसरे को मारकर खाते हैं. इस जेल में सिर्फ 600 कैदी ही रह सकते हैं पर यहां 6 हज़ार से भी ज़्यादा कैदियों को रखा जाता है, इसकी वजह से कैदी बेहद तनाव में रहते हैं.

अल हायर जेल, सऊदी अरब
सऊदी अरब की इस जेल को भी दुनिया की सबसे खतरनाक जेलों में से एक कहा जाता है. इस जेल में भी कैदियों के साथ ऐसा टॉर्चर किया जाता है कि वो अपनी जान खुद ही ले लेते हैं. एक रिपोर्ट के मुताबिक साल 2002 में जेल प्रशासन के टॉर्चर से तंग आकर कुछ कैदियों ने जेल में आग लगा दी थी, जिसमें लगभग 200 लोग मारे गए थे. 

बेंगवांग जेल, थाइलैंड
थाईलैंड कि इस जेल के बारे में कहा जाता है कि यहां कैदियों को टॉर्चर करने के लिए केमिकल का इस्तेमाल किया जाता है. बताया जाता है कि मृत्युदंड पाए कैदियों को जेल में लोहे की जंजीरों से बांधा जाता है. कुछ समय पहले तक यहां मृत्युदंड देने के लिए मुजरिम का सिर भी काटा जाता था. 

ला सांते जेल, फ्रांस
फ्रांस की राजधानी पेरिस से थोड़ी दूरी पर स्थित ये जेल 'सुसाइड सेल' के नाम से भी मशहूर है. इस जेल की शुरुवात से ही यहां कैदियों के आत्महत्याओं की ख़बरें आती थीं, जो बताने के लिए काफी थीं कि यहां उनको किस तरह तड़पाया जाता होगा. साल 1999 में 100 से ज़्यादा कैदियों ने जेल में आत्महत्या कर ली थी. 

ला साबानेटा, वेनेजुएला
वेनेजुएला की ये जेल बर्बरता के साथ-साथ अपने निर्दयी और क्रूर कैदियों के लिए भी दुनिया भर में मशहूर है. इस जेल में कैदी गैंग बनाकर रहते हैं, जिसकी वजह से यहां कई बार खूनी गैंगवार होते हैं. साल 1994 में जेल में एक ऐसा खौफनाक गैंगवार हुआ कि उसमें 100 से ज़्यादा कैदी मारे गए थे. 

टडमोर जेल, सीरिया
सीरिया के किसी जेल में अगर कैदी सबसे ज़्यादा मरते हैं तो वो टडमोर जेल है. इस जेल में भी कैदियों के साथ जो होता है उसे बयान नहीं किया जा सकता है. कैदियों को भूखा रखना यहां आम बात है, यह जेल कितनी खतरनाक है, इसका अंदाज़ा इसी बात से लगा सकते हैं कि इसे 'डेथ वारंट' के नाम से भी जाना जाता है

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) remains the best university in the world for a seventh consecutive year, according to the latest ranking from education research firm Quacquarelli Symonds. Every year QS ranks universities around the world using a methodology that evaluates academic reputation, employer reputation, student-to-faculty ratio, as well as international reputation. Using a points system, QS then rates the universities out of 100. They use these numbers to determine the best universities in the world. MIT scored a 100 in every category, and as a result gained a perfect overall score, beating the likes of Harvard and Oxford University.
The latest rankings were published on Tuesday evening and can be found on the QS website. 39 universities gained a rating of more than 80 out of 100, spanning four continents, and almost a dozen different countries. The USA dominates the top of the list, while the UK and China are also prominent. See who made the cut:
The definitive ranking of the 39 best universities in the world
39. University of Melbourne, Australia — 80.1 (overall score out of 100)
38. London School of Economics, UK — 80.2
37. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology — 80.5
36. Seoul National University, South Korea — 80.6
35. Kyoto University, Japan — 81.2
34. Northwestern University, USA — 81.5
33. McGill University, Canada — 81.7
32. University of California, Los Angeles, USA — 81.9
31. King's College London, UK — 82.5
30. Peking University, China — 82.6
29. University of Manchester, UK — 82.9
28. University of Toronto, Canada — 83.0
27. University of California, Berkeley, USA — 83.2
26. Duke University, USA — 83.9
25. University of Hong Kong — 84.3
24. Australian National University, Australia — 84.4
23. University of Tokyo, Japan — 85.3
22. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland — 85.8
21. Johns Hopkins University, USA — 85.9
20. University of Michigan, USA —86.4
19. University of Pennsylvania, USA — 86.5
18. University of Edinburgh, UK — 86.9
17. Tsinghua University, China — 87.2
16. Columbia University, USA — 88.5
15. Yale University, USA — 89.6
14. Cornell University, USA — 90.5
13. Princeton University, USA — 90.9
12. Nanyang Technological University, Singapore — 91.3
11. National University of Singapore, Singapore — 92.0
10. University College London, UK — 92.9
9. University of Chicago, USA — 93.2
8. Imperial College London, UK — 93.3
7. ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), Switzerland — 95.3
6. University of Cambridge, UK — 95.6
5. University of Oxford, UK — 96.8
4. California Institute of Technology, USA — 97.2
3. Harvard University, USA — 98.5
2. Stanford University, USA — 98.6
1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA — 100

July 31, 2017 , ,
ये है दुनिया के सबसे ऊंचे पहाड़, यहां हर कदम पर घूमती है मौत...world top ten mountainsपहाड़ हमेशा से इंसानों के लिए चुनौती रहे हैं. उन पर जीवन तो और भी दुर्गम रहा है. आइए आपको बताते हैं दुनिया की उन 10 पहाड़ों के बारे में जो आज भी इंसान के इरादों को चुनौती दे रहे हैं.

मॉउंट एवरेस्ट: दुनिया की सबसे ऊंची चोटी एवरेस्ट पर चढ़ना कभी भी आसान नहीं रहा. एवरेस्ट पर सिर्फ 6 दशक पहले ही इंसान फतह हासिल कर पाया. इस पर उत्तर और दक्षिण की तरफ से चढ़ने के दो रास्ते हैं, पर उत्तरी रास्ता कहीं अधिक खतरनाक है.

द एंडेंज: पेरू की तरफ से अगर इसपर चढ़ना हो, तभी चढ़ा जा सकता है. अटलांटिक महासागर की रेंज में ये सबसे ऊंचा और दुर्गम पहाड़ है. अंतरिक्ष से बर्फ के रेगिस्तान सरीखा दिखता है, मौसम साफ पर बेहद सर्द.

किलिमंजारो: अफ्रीकी महाद्वीप का सबसे बड़ा पहाड़ है. किलिमंजारो चोटी से नीचे कुछ भी दिखाई नहीं देता, सिवाय ऊपर के आसमान के. किलिमंजारो कहीं पर एकदम सीधा खड़ा है, तो कहीं पर इतने उतार-चढ़ाव है कि ये बेहद दुर्गम हो चला है.

मॉउंट ख्यूतेन: मंगोलिया की ये पर्वत चोटी दुनिया में भले ही सबसे ऊंची न हो, पर इसपर चढ़ना सबसे कठिन है. लगभग साढ़े चार हजार मीटर ऊंची ये चोटी हमेशा बर्फ से ढकी रहती है. यहां से रूस की सीमा महज 3 किमी दूरी पर है. इस पर्वत चोटी पर हर कदम पर मौत घूमती है. गिनती के लोग ही इसे अबतक फतह कर पाए हैं.

डेमावैंड(इरान): ये इरान की सबसे ऊंची चोटी है. 5500 मीटर ऊंची इस चोटी पर चढ़ने का मतलब है आपने दुनिया की सबसे ऊंची फतह कर ली.

अन्नपूर्णा(नेपाल): अन्नपूर्णा हिमालय रेंज की ही महत्वपूर्ण चोटी है. एवरेस्ट के न मिलने से पहले इसे ही दुनिया की सबसे ऊंची चोटी का दर्जा प्राप्त था. अन्नपूर्णा पर चढ़ना एवरेस्ट से भी कठिन है. खड़ी चढ़ाई, फिर अवरोधों का होना इसे बेहद दुर्गम चोटियों में शुमार करता है.

डेनाली(अलास्का): ये अमेरिकी महाद्वीप की सबसे खूबसूरत चोटी है. ये लगभग 6000 मीटर ऊंची है, पर बिल्कुल शांत. इसकी चुप्पी में लोग अक्सर रास्ता तो भटकते ही हैं, मौत को भी गले लगाते हैं. इस पर तय रास्ते से ही चढ़ा जा सकता है.

इजटाकिहॉत्ल और कितलैल्टेपेत्ल(मैक्सिको): ये दो पर्वत चोटियां हैं. एकदम जुड़वा. इन्हें स्थानीय लोग सोई हुई औरत कहते हैं. ये बेहद दुर्गम तो नहीं है, पर कठिन जरूर है. इस पर चढ़ने वालों की जान का खतरा तो कम रहता है, पर चढ़ना एवरेस्ट से भी मुश्किल.

मॉउंट एल्ब्रस: एशिया और यूरोप के बीच है एल्ब्रस. दो महाद्वीपों और दो देशों मे है इसकी मौजदूगी. साढ़े 5 हजार मीटर की उंचाई पर चढ़ना कभी आसान नहीं रहा.

द मैटरहॉम: स्विट्जरलैंड में स्थित मैटरहॉम पर चढ़ने के लिए कई चोटियों को पार करना पड़ता है. फिर अल्प्स पहाड़ तो कभी भी आसान नहीं रहा. हां, खतरों को पार करने वाले को ही अल्प्स की खूबसूरती दिखती है, तो लोग मैटरहॉम पहुंचने के लिए खतरे उठाते ही रहते हैं.

July 01, 2017 , ,
TN TET 2017 Results declared on official website Trb.tn.nic.in, know how to check
New Delhi :  
Teacher Eligibility Test  (TET) 2017 results have been declared by Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board (TRB) on June 30. Paper 1 for TN TRB TET 2017 was conducted on April 29 and Paper 2 on April 30. Students can check their results on trb.tn.nic.in. 
2,41,555 candidates appeared for Tamil Nadu Teacher Eligibility Test 2017 Paper I and 5,12,260 candidates  appeared for the  Paper-II examination. 
On May 22, in the website of the Teachers Recruitment Board the answer keys were published and representations, objections, etc  were invited from the candidates within 5 days (upto May 27).
"After thorough scrutiny, a revised and final answer key has been arrived at and based on that, OMR answer sheets have been valued and provisional mark list of the written examination for TNTET Paper-I and TNTET- paper - II - 2017 are published herein", said a statement accompanying the results.
Steps to check TN TRB TET 2017 results:
Step One: Go to the official website of trb.tn.nic.in.
Step Two: Click on the link "Tamil Nadu Teachers Eligibility Test (TNTET) - 2017 - Please click here for Examination Results and Final Key Answers"
Step Three: Click on next on the bottom of the page
Step Four: Click on the link Click here for Individual Candidate Query"
Step Five: Enter your roll number
After following the steps, results will be displayed

New Delhi: The Board of High School and Intermediate Education Uttar Pradesh, also known as Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP), will declare the results of Class 10 and Class 12 at 12:30 pm on Friday, June 9.
Around 34,04,571 students appeared for Uttar Pradesh Board Class 10th exams, while over 26,24,681 appeared for the UP Board Class 12th exam this year.
The UP Board Class 10 and UP Board Class 12 exams were conducted from March 16 to April 1, 2017.
The UP Board Class 10th and Class 12th Results 2017 will be available on official websites upmspresults.up.nic.in and upresults.nic.in.
Steps to check the UP Board Class 10 and Class 12 results 2017:
- Log on to official website upmspresults.up.nic.in or upresults.nic.in
- Click on Link Class 10th Results 2017 or Class 12 Results 2017
- Enter your roll number and other details in the fields provided
- Click to submit
- Download the UP Board Class 10 Results 2017 or UP Board Class 12 Results 2017 and take a printout for future reference
To check the UP Board Class 10 Results 2017 and UP Board Class 12 Results 2017 students can also visit results.nic.in, indiaresults.com and examresults.net websites.
Students can get the UP Board Class 10 Results 2017 and UP Board Class 12 Results 2017 on Mobile via SMS.
SMS - UP10<space>ROLLNUMBER - Send it to 56263
SMS - UP12<space>ROLLNUMBER - Send it to 56263
For the academic year 2015-2016, about 37,49,977 students had appeared for the UP Class 10th Exam and the overall pass percentage was 93.73%.
Last year 30,71,892 students appeared for Intermediate examination and overall pass percentage was 83.50% .
For any new notification, the students can check their official website upmsp.edu.in.
The UP Board, or the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP), is expected to declare Class 10 and Class 12 results on official website upresults.nic.in today.
The results will mark an important milestone for about 60 lakh students who appeared for the UP board exams this year. To put that into perspective, nearly double the students appeared for their UP board exams this year as there as citizens in Mongolia, the world's 19th largest country by area.
Here then are eight things to know about UP Board Result 2017.
- The results will be declared at around 12.30 pm on upresults.nic.in. In case of website slowness at the slated time, students can also check out private exam-tracking websites such Examresults.net, which also have tieups with boards.
- Students can also check their result on SMS by sending 'UP10<space>roll number' or 'UP12<space>roll number' to 56263.
- UP Board Result 2017 was delayed this year, as assembly elections held in the state in February and March pushed out exams, and consequently, results to later.
- What also likely postponed board exam results was the Delhi High Court ruling asking CBSE board to reinstate the scrapped marks moderation policy. Several boards, including UP board, had decided to scrap the controversial policy. But after the court verdict, they have decided to continue with it for now, saying they would give grace marks to failing students.
- The Yogi Adityanath government, soon after it was installed, promised to take on the 'nakal mafia' and stamp out the menace of mass cheating. According to an HT report, as many as nearly 6 lakh students left their board exams midway this year as they unable to cheat amid strict vigilance. Coded answer sheets were provided in 31 identified sensitive districts of the state.
- The pass percentage for UP Board Result has varied greatly over the past decade, from a low of 40 percent (high school) in 2008 to a high of 88 percent in 2016. Officials said this was due to varying levels to strictness by the administration to combat mass copying. (Hint: Pass percentage falls when BJP/BSP are in power and spikes when SP takes over.) Officials expect the pass percentage to fall significantly this year compared to 2016.
- The UP Board is said to have a new rule this year: students scoring above 90 percent will have their marks revaluated. This has peeved many students who feel the rule will nudge evaluators to keep marks below the threshold, thereby hurting meritorious students.
- About 1.37 lakh teachers commenced evaluation of a total of about 4.6 crore answer sheets at 253 centres from April 27 onwards.

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