Sunday, April 02, 2023

technology

Pakistan seeks to enhance agricultural productivity by using modern technology: Minister

ISLAMABAD: In its efforts to enhance agricultural productivity, the Pakistani government has been focused on using modern technology to meet domestic demands and enhance exports, Federal Minister for Industries and Production Syed Murtaza Mahmud said.

India global example of using technology for making available efficient services: VP

NEW DELHI: Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar on Friday said that India is a global example where "we have used technology for making available efficient services to the people".

Cong demands ouster of 6 syndicate members of Kerala Technology Univ

THIRUVANATHAPURAM: Leader of Opposition V.D.Satheesan on Friday demanded immediate ouster of six syndicate members of the Kerala Technology University (KTU) as their appointment has not been signed by the Chancellor- Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan.

Apple may bring Micro LED technology to Watch Ultra in 2024

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple is reportedly planning to bring Micro LED technology to its Watch Ultra with a larger display next year.

Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann led Punjab Government implements GIS technology for measuring roads

CHANDIGARH : The government led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has brought the latest GIS technology to measure roads. Disclosing this here today, the state's Agriculture and Rural Development Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal said that Punjab Mandi Board measured the roads using GIS technology, which is the latest technology. Due to GIS technology, 538 km of rural link roads have been measured less out of 64,878 km.

Administration to promote quality seeds of potatoes produced through Aeroponics technology-NPS Randhawa

NAWANSHAHR: In order to increase the area under potato cultivation in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar, the district administration will promote the use of quality seeds of the crops among the farmers to enhance farmers’ dividends and diversification.

Punjab CM bats for developing indigenous anti-drone technology for checking the supply of drugs and weapons from across the border

SAS NAGAR(MOHALI): Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Saturday underscored the need for developing indigenous anti-drone technology to check the supply of drugs and weapons through drones effectively from across the border.

First-of-its-kind technology used for Prabhas' 'Project K'

HYDERABAD: Prabhas will next appear alongside Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone in highly-anticipated movie 'Project K'.

Bhagwant Mann calls upon farmers to go for eco friendly viable DSR technology

CHANDIGARH: In a bid to effectively check the fast depleting water table, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Sunday exhorted the farmers to go for Direct Seeding of Rice (DSR) technology in a big way during the current Kharif Season.

Offgrid Energy Labs introduces innovative ZincGel Battery Technology to power India's EV battery swapping segment

NEW DELHI: Offgrid Energy Labs, a young IIT Kanpur backed innovator and disruptor in the battery technology segment, on Friday announced its innovative ZincGel Battery Technology to strengthen India's EV battery swapping segment with sustainable batteries.

GND University Amritsar brings to light the department of Apparel and Textile Technology

AMRITSAR: Guru Nanak Dev University has established a Department of “Apparel and Textile Technology” at its main university campus. The department shall admit 20 students for M.Sc. (Apparel & Textiles) w.e.f academic session 2022-23.

PM Modi exhorts role of science & technology in making India self-reliant

NEW DELHI: Science and technology is not an "isolated sector" and together they can make India "self-reliant", said Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday.

Energy Giant Shell, venture capitalists Ankur Capital, APVC invest in Offgrid Energy Labs' pathbreaking energy storage 'ZincGel' technology

NEW DELHI:Offgrid Energy Labs, a deep science, Intellectual Property led global innovator unveils its first innovation - rechargeable zinc-based battery (ZincGel). Backed by investors including Shell Ventures, Ankur Capital, and APVC Singapore, Offgrid Energy Labs aims to disrupt the global energy storage market through new materials and design for stationary batteries.

Startup Punjab signs MOU with Punjab State Council for Science & Technology

CHANDIGARH: With an aim to give further impetus to entrepreneurship and innovation in the state, the Startup Punjab Cell on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Punjab State Council for Science & Technology during a ceremony organised at Udyog Bhawan here.

Panipat Institute of Engineering & Technology (PIET) receives 4-Star ranking from AICTE & MoE's Innovation Cell

NEW DELHI: The Institution Innovation Council of Panipat Institute of Engineering & Technology (IIC-PIET) achieved 4-star rating given by Institution's Innovation Council, ministry of education's Innovation Cell (Government of India) and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) for its excellent performance in Innovation activities in 2020-21.

No FIR under section 66A of Information Technology Act: Allahabad HC

LUCKNOW: The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court has quashed a charge sheet for charges under Section 66A of the Information Technology (Amendment) Act, 2008. The court said that no FIR is to be registered under the provision of the Act as per directives of the Supreme Court.

Health Technology Assessment bridging gap between researchers, real world'

NEW DELHI: The Health Technology Assessment (HTA) is bridging the gap between the researchers and the real world, Minister of State for Health Dr. Bharati Pravin Pawar on Friday while addressing the International Symposium on Health Technology Assessment.

Vet varsity Ludhiana launches a year long educational series on biotechnology

LUDHIANA: College of Animal Biotechnology, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana started a Continue Biotechnology Education (CBE) lecture series in association with IIT Roorkee and the DBT/Wellcome Trust India Alliance.

Science & Technology to offer tools to eradicate pollution

KAPURTHALA:Pushpa Gujral Science City organized a webinar on National Pollution control Day. Around 70 students and teachers from all over Punjab participated through virtual mode. Giving introductory remarks at the occasion, Dr. Neelima Jerath, Director General, Science City said that National Pollution Control Day is organized to make sure that the people understand the long-term effects of pollution on our life, health and ecosystems. It is also necessary to remember the people who have lost their lives due to pollution disasters such as the victims of the Bhopal gas tragedy in India during the intervening night of December 2 and 3 due to leakage of Methyl isocyanate from the Union carbide Plant. Science and technology offers important solutions which are environment friendly and economically viable besides tools to help in monitoring of pollution levels, and that these should be used for the benefit of the society, she added.

Modi suggests setting up High-Power Police Technology Mission

LUCKNOW/NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday suggested constituting a High-Power Police Technology Mission, under the leadership of the Union Home Minister.

PTU to provide 10 acre land for setting up state of art technology institute, Minister announces

KAPURTHALA:Rana Gurjit singh , technical education Minister Punjab today announced that the Punjab Government would provide 10 acre land at PTU to set up state of art technology institute on the demand of industrialists at a bilateral discussion with an objective to further strengthen the relationship between the department and the industry, to explore more opportunities for a better future for the lakhs of students, who are studying in state ITIs, New ITIs, Polytechnics & other technical educational institutions.

Mating Disruption Technology to be introduced for infestation of pink bollworm on cotton crop: Randeep Nabha

CHANDIGARH:The Punjab Government is serious about the pink bollworm problem in the Malwa cotton belt. Addressing a high level delegation comprising of officials and experts, Mr. Randeep Singh Nabha, Agriculture Minister Punjab today said that from the next season of cotton crop “Mating Disruption Technology” would be introduced for infestation of pink bollworm. High incidence of pink bollworm was reported on BG11 cotton yield in the Malwa region which had adversely affected the crop yield. The current situation of the cotton farmers in Punjab is very grave due to Pink Bollworm. Most of the farmers have uprooted the crop and are demanding compensation from the government. The report on Special Girdawaries is expected soon and the Government would compensate the farmers after the report is compiled. Meanwhile the officials would prepare a report on this as to how to introduce this technology in Punjab.

Punjab & Maharashtra agrees to exchange technology to boost fruit and vegetable production

CHANDIGARH:A high level delegation led by Maharashtra State Horticulture Minister Mr. Sandipan Bhumre held a meeting with Punjab Horticulture Minister Rana Gurjeet Singh and senior officials of the department at Punjab Bhawan today in which both the states agreed on the exchange of technology being used to increase the production of fruits and vegetables.

Vigyan utsav-Punjab showcase science technology & innovation ecosystem of the state

 CHANDIGARH:   Vigyan Utsav- Punjab, being steered by Punjab State Council for Science & Technology (PSCST), will provide an opportunity to researchers, students, teaching faculty and industry to learn about key pillar of Punjab’s Science Technology & Innovation (STI) Ecosystem every month, said Mr. Dilip Kumar, Principal Secretary, Science Technology & Environment, Punjab, while inaugurating this unique year-long programme.

Central government must install anti-drone technology at border to stop smuggling of weapons into Punjab: Tiwari

AMRITSAR: Expressing his concerns on illegal weapons and drugs being pushed into Indian territory from across the border, Member of Parliament and Spokesperson of the AICC Mr. Manish Tewari today demanded that the Central Government must install anti Drone technologies to stop the smuggling into Punjab with use of drones. Mr. Tewari also informed that he had already written a letter to Union Home Minister on this sensitive issue.

New science, technology and innovation policy approved for Himachal: CM

SHIMLA: Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur informed today the state government has framed and approved a new science, technology and innovation policy to bring about profound changes by building an ecosystem that promotes research and innovation on the part of both individuals and organizations with main focus of 'Atamnirbhar Bharat'.

India to get indigenous anti-drone technology soon: Amit Shah

NEW DELHI: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and other agencies are working together to develop an indigenous counter-drone technology which will be available soon, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Saturday.

Integrating technology with inclusive delivery holds key to recovery: FM

NEW DELHI: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that integrating technology with inclusive service delivery would hold the key to accelerate the pace of economic recovery during the time of pandemic.

This decade to enhance India's capabilities in digital technology: Modi

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday expressed his firm expectation about enhancing India's capabilities in digital technology in the current decade, saying "it would increase the country's share in the global digital economy".

World Test Championship final a technology spin

NEW ZEALAND: The cricketing world has been waiting with baited breath for the start of the maiden World Test Championship final on June 18. There have been reams of written and plenty of verbal analysis done on both the Indian and New Zealand teams. The pluses and minuses are in plentiful. However, the team that displays better mental strength on the day will be the winner. A Test match for teams is strategised through sessions whereas for an individual the target is much smaller.

Police DAV Public School celebrated National Technology Day & Mother's Day

 Police DAV Public School, Patiala celebrated  National Technology  Day and Mother's  Day with full enthusiasm. A special Assembly was organized by Pansy House in which Anshul of class VII-A1 delivered a speech  on highlighting  the importance  of National  Technology Day that is observed every year on 11th May across the county to celebrate  several technological  developments done by various scientists, engineers etc. Mother's Day is a day to celebrate Mom in all of her greatness.

Book devoted to technology’s impact on microfinance

By Dr Jaskiran Kaur
LUDHIANA: “Advantages Technology for Microfinance – Solution and Challenges”, compiled and edited by Professor Arvind Ashta, is a book which systematically attempts to address technology’s impact on microfinance dexterously compiled and edited by Professor Arvind Ashta, it covers a wide range of technology applications that will define microfinance of next generation, says Dr Jaskiran Kaur, Assistant Professor at the GNIMT, Gujarkhan Campus in Ludhiana.

This decade to enhance India's capabilities in digital technology: Modi

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday expressed his firm expectation about enhancing India's capabilities in digital technology in the current decade, saying "it would increase the country's share in the global digital economy".

World Test Championship final a technology spin

NEW ZEALAND: The cricketing world has been waiting with baited breath for the start of the maiden World Test Championship final on June 18. There have been reams of written and plenty of verbal analysis done on both the Indian and New Zealand teams. The pluses and minuses are in plentiful. However, the team that displays better mental strength on the day will be the winner. A Test match for teams is strategised through sessions whereas for an individual the target is much smaller.

Punjab takes technology leap-becomes first state to use NFC based eIDs for their officers and employees

Science, Technology & Innovation Crucial for the growth of National Economy

KAPURTHALA: Pushpa Gujral Science City celebrated National Technology Day by organizing a webinar on “Invention and Innovations: Flexible Engineering Materials”. Around 150 engineering college students from all over Punjab participated through virtual mode. Dr.Kushal Sen, Professor, Department of Textile Technology, IIT Delhi was the key speaker at the occasion.

College of Animal Biotechnology organizes its first Foundation Day

LUDHIANA: College of Animal Biotechnology, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU), Ludhiana celebrated its first foundation day.

Vet Varsity receives prestigious national PG Program with specialization in Animal Biotechnology

LUDHIANA: The College of Animal Biotechnology, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana has been granted a prestigious postgraduate teaching program of M.Sc. (Biotechnology) with specialization in Animal Biotechnology by Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India. Dr. Yashpal Singh Malik, Dean, College of Animal Biotechnology, GADVASU and Program Coordinator elaborated that the program includes financial support to the tune of Rs. 1.80 Crore for the strengthening of teaching and research facilities in the College.

In The Crowd Of Apps, The Real Innovation Is Missing: Cute Technology Navigating Indian Technology Into An Ailment

The year 2020 created a massive storm in the Indian startup ecosystem that raised $9.3 billion; amongst these startups, the biggest gainer was hotel booking apps and food delivery apps. And the sector that reached a unicorn status- e-fashion retailer and an e-baby product company.

College of Animal Biotechnology organizes its first Foundation Day

LUDHIANA: College of Animal Biotechnology, Guru AngadDev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU), Ludhiana celebrated its first foundation day.

Science and Technology Major Drivers for Nation’s Progress: Dr. Jerath

KAPURTHALA: Pushpa Gujral Science City, Kapurthala in collaboration with IISER Mohali and Punjab State Council for Science & Technology celebrated National Science Day in virtual mode. Around 200 students from all Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and neighbouring states participated in the program. This year the theme for the National Science Day (NSD) 2021 is"Future of STI: Impacts on Education, Skills and Work". 

Science and Technology major drivers for nation’s progress: Dr. Jerath

KAPURTHALA: Pushpa Gujral Science City, Kapurthala in collaboration with IISER Mohali and Punjab State Council for Science & Technology celebrated National Science Day in virtual mode. Around 200 students from all Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and neighbouring states participated in the program. This year the theme for the National Science Day (NSD) 2021 is"Future of STI: Impacts on Education, Skills and Work".

ECI embarks upon the use of mobile technology to streamline electoral services

CHANDIGARH: The Election Commission of India (ECI) has undertaken various Information Communication Technology (ICT) initiatives with a view to streamline and simplify the electoral services offered to citizens. A video conference was held yesterday with Chief Electoral Officers of all states and UTs of the country to apprise about the mobile applications developed for enabling a culture of avid electoral engagement among the citizens of the country.

Leap of technology: HAL to launch unmanned fighter jet

BENGALURU: Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) on Thursday unveiled a leap in technology of teaming up unmanned aircraft and vehicles with manned jets similar to the US project of skybrog. It will enhance Indian military strike capabilities.

Why Technology Makes it Safer to Play Online Than Ever Before

With more people playing games online than ever before, technology has had to adapt and evolve in order to maintain safety for players. Security developers have regularly come up with innovative methods to halt hackers in their tracks. The online gaming industry in India is growing, and some players may be wary about sharing payment details on the web. But these players can rest assured that the best tech is in place to protect them.

Google updating Nest Hub with Soli radar gesture technology

SAN FRANCISCO: Google is working on adding its Soli radar gesture technology to the upcoming Nest Hub smart devices.
The company has registered a new "interactive device" at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that will feature a screen, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Zigbee support, along with Google's Soli radar gesture technology.

Technology-mediated learning environments, such as plagiarism detection systems

If you are eager to learn about the technological advancements in learning systems, then you have entered the right page. In this article, we are going to tell you about the different services which have improved the learning environment and have made academic life easy for both students and teachers. Below we have mentioned some important tools like the plagiarism checker program using which you can realize that today we need technology to survive. Without modern technology, we would be living a handy, capped life. 

Canadian-founded voting technology firm at centre of poll controversy

NEW YORK:A Canadian-founded voting systems company is at the centre of a poll irregularities controversy in the 2020 US presidential election with allegations against it from President Donald Trump's camp.

College of Animal Biotechnology organizes Online Bioinformatics Training

LUDHIANA: The Department of Bioinformatics, College of Animal Biotechnology of Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU), Ludhiana, has organized four days of e-training on Bioinformatics.

J.C. Bose University of Science and Technology openeS its doors to foreign national students

CHANDIGARH: Continuing its efforts to promote and develop integration of education, J.C. Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad has opened its doors to foreign national students. Taking a unique initative to serve international students, University has invited online applications for the admissions under Foreign National Category to its various undergraduate and postgraduate courses upto September 15, 2020 for the academic year 2020-21.

Mohali’s Punjab biotechnology incubator viral diagnostic laboratory for covid-19 inaugurated

CHANDIGARH:Punjab Biotechnology Incubator under Department of Science, Technology and Environment Govt of Punjab, having an NABL accredited analytical facility in Food, Water, Agriculture and Environment sectors with strength in RT-PCR based Molecular Diagnostics was chosen by State Government for strengthening to enhance State’s COVID-19 testing capacity to fight with this global pandemic.

Software Technology Parks of India Commemorates 29th Foundation Day

NEW DELHI: Software Technology Parks of India (STPI), an autonomous society under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), commemorated its 29th Foundation Day on Friday, June 5th 2020. On the occasion a day-long webinar witnessed live streaming of sessions on three topics viz. ‘Role of Government in Driving Innovation & Product Development’, ‘Rechristening the Narratives of Indian IT Industry’ and ‘India Ahead with Transformational Ideas, Disruptive Innovations and Pool of Talent’. Experts and thought leaders from government, industry, academia and industry associations deliberated and exchanged their ideas.

Punjab govt ties up with OLA to launch automated technology APP to issue E-passes to farmers

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government has, in collaboration with OLA, developed a unique centralized automated, logic-based technology platform for issuance of e-Passes to the 17 lakh odd farmers in the state, along with online management and regulation of all trolleys and vehicular movement in the Mandis.

Entrepreneurship awareness workshop on biotechnology organized at LPU

JALANDHAR:Workshop proved as a day of great learning and interaction towards Start-up- India
Fostering entrepreneurship among students at LPU, Global Entrepreneurs Association TiE Delhi-NCR and BIRAC joined hands to bring entrepreneurs closer to their dreams

One day workshop on ‘Agri Start-Ups: Role of Innovation & Technology in cooperative development in India’

CHANDIGARH:Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa exhorts farmers to go in for technological innovations in agriculture
Enterprising farmers to be provided info on start-ups by Cooperative Primary Agricultural Credit Societies of Punjab, says Cooperation Minister.

Workshop on “extrusion technology: a way forward to processing and nutritional interventions” concludes at vet varsity

LUDHIANA:A one day International Workshop on “Extrusion Technology: A Way Forward to Processing and Nutritional Interventions” concluded at the Department of Livestock Products Technology,

How does Technology Help in Planting More New Trees?

As we know technology has dramatically changed our lives over the last century. Electricity, automobiles, computers and the Internet are just a few examples of how technology has expanded the boundaries of what is possible. Technology has also had an impact on how trees are planted. Decades of research have been conducted on germination techniques, forestry management, and landscape monitoring. There are several factors like bio-diversity, fossil fuel, and deforestation that contribute to bringing the climate changes. Deforestation is the major factor in all these.

Move aimed at giving impetus to biotechnology sector in state

CHANDIGARH:Punjab having identified Biotechnology as the key driver for economic development of the state has inked an MoU with Department of Biotechnology (DBT)-Biotechnology Industry Assistance Council (BIRAC) to jointly promote biotechnology innovation ecosystem in the state to meet space, service and knowledge requirement of the sector.

PUNJAB ALL SET FOR ‘INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY SUMMIT’ ON NOVEMBER 5

30 EMINENT SPEAKERS OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL REPUTE TO PARTICIPATE
SUMMIT TO GIVE IMPETUS TO RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IN STATE-R.K. VERMA

CHANDIGARH:Punjab is all set to organise ‘Punjab Innovation and Technology Summit 2019’ on November 5 focusing on promotion of Research and Innovation to boost social and economic growth of the state. Nearly 30 noted personalities of research and innovation field would share their innovative experiences and expertise with entrepreneurs, industrialists, academicians and other stakeholders to boost this sector in the state. 

No HC relief for Punjab's polluting brick owners over failure to transition to new emission technology

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government’s efforts to reduce industrial pollution and conserve the state’s environment got a boost on Thursday with the High Court of Punjab & Haryana rejecting the plea for protection to polluting brick kiln owners who had failed to transition to the newly mandated emissions technology.

Innovation and Technology summit to be held on November 5 under Mission Innovate Punjab

CHANDIGARH: With a view to giving further push to its ‘Mission Innovate Punjab’, the State Government has decided to organise an ‘Innovation and Technology Summit-2019’ on November 5 with an objective to promote Punjab as the Global destination for Innovations & Research.

Sex Education with ‘Khandaani Shafakhana’ at J D Institute of Fashion Technology

CHANDIGARH: Institute of Fashion Technology, one of the country’s leading design institutions, organized an interactive session on sex education with the cast of the movie ‘Khandaani Shafakhana’. The students interacted with actors Sonakshi Sinha, Badshah and Varun Sharma who visited the campus for the session. The film revolves around the topic of sex and the taboos associated with it.

Indian real estate firms fast adopting AI technology: Report

NEW DELHI: The real estate companies in India and China are fast adopting Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in the development of applications that comprise machine vision for easy analysis and surveying of buildings and structures.

Punjab Kilns sans Zig-Zag Technology not to be operational after Sept.30-Pannu

CHANDIGARH: Giving a compliance period of four months, all the brick kiln owners in the State have been directed to adopt zig-zag high draught technology in the kilns, informed KS Pannu, Director Mission Tandrust Punjab.

New technology may help Indian farmers double income

HYDERABAD: The National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj (NIRDPR) is working on a new technology in aquaculture to help double the income of Indian farmers, an official said on Monday.

Police DAV Public School celebrated National Technology Day & Mother's Day

 Police DAV Public School, Patiala celebrated  National Technology  Day and Mother's  Day with full enthusiasm. A special Assembly was organized by Pansy House in which Anshul of class VII-A1 delivered a speech  on highlighting  the importance  of National  Technology Day that is observed every year on 11th May across the county to celebrate  several technological  developments done by various scientists, engineers etc. Mother's Day is a day to celebrate Mom in all of her greatness.

Canadian investors keen for investing technology on Govt’s for smart cities projects

CHANDIGARH: Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) under the leadership of its President Mr. Pramod Goyal, launched its six-state ‘India Mission 2019’ from Chandigarh today.  Delegation met Chief Ministers of Punjab and Haryana with the commencement of their ten day business engageemnts in focus on multiple sectors that imperative to bilateral trade between two nations.

Panjab University To Play Nodal Role As Technology Enabling Centre in the Region

CHANDIGARH: The Panjab University has been selected by the Department of Science & Technology (DST) New Delhi, as one of the Nodal centres in the region for establishing the Technology Enabling Centre (TEC) at Panjab University, Chandigarh. This may lead to an allocation of Rs 5 crore to PU for developing a self sustainable TEC, through the next 5 years.

YES BANK announces Winners of 4th Edition of YES FUTURE READY Scholarship Program for Top B-Schools & Technology Institutes in India

YES BANK, India’s fourth largest private sector bank held a felicitation ceremony for 30 meritorious students from select 22 premier Business Schools and Engineering Colleges across India, as part of its annual scholarship program, YES FUTURE READY. The initiative aimed at empowering future business leaders, seeks to identify exemplary scholars and nurture Design-Thinking, Innovation, Creativity-led Entrepreneurship mindsets in addition to enabling deserving students with a scholarship amount of INR 2,00,000.

Book devoted to technology’s impact on microfinance

By Dr Jaskiran Kaur
LUDHIANA: “Advantages Technology for Microfinance – Solution and Challenges”, compiled and edited by Professor Arvind Ashta, is a book which systematically attempts to address technology’s impact on microfinance dexterously compiled and edited by Professor Arvind Ashta, it covers a wide range of technology applications that will define microfinance of next generation, says Dr Jaskiran Kaur, Assistant Professor at the GNIMT, Gujarkhan Campus in Ludhiana.