The online application for entrance tests for all the PG Diploma Courses from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication has begun on July 20. Students can also visit www.iimc.nic.in for more information. However, the last date for filing the application is August 9 and the test will be held on August 29, with the result declaration on September 10. The test centres will be available … read-more
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Zee Entertainment Enterprise Ltd. has announced the launch of its OTT platform "ZEE5" in the United States on June 22. The company has decided to roll out its service at a discounted price during the introductory phase that is $49.99 as opposed to the original charge of $84. “The United States represents our most significant market,” the company said. Notably, "ZEE5" is… read-more
To expand its business that targets Mumbai's working population, an app-based bus service provider, Cityflo, has raised Rs 57 crore from investors. The Mumbai-based firm, which was founded in 2015, aims to boost its operations during rush hour and increase the brand value of the services among the city's commuters. With a current fleet of 160 buses, Citiflo registers over 8000 bookings on a regular basis.
Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has collaborated with 'World Wide Vetrenary Sevice' (NGO) to map stray dogs in the city which have been vaccinated against rabies. BBMP will use the latter's mobile app to keep track of the dogs. Officials are directed to take a picture of each dog and update in the app with location coordinates. The project will be started on a trial basis in Herohalli and Nagarabhavi.
Courtesy: The Times of India
Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike said the residents of Bengaluru can now use a mobile app to track the auto-tippers, which collect waste from houses. The app will help people to estimate the time of arrival of these vehicles and also lodge a complaint if they do not arrive. BBMP Commissioner said that many projects, including setting up a waste-to-energy plant and compost units, have been taken up for waste management.
Courtesy: Deccan Herald
Rohit Kumar Chaudhary and Kavin Agrawal, final-year students from the Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Bombay, developed an Artificial Intelligence (AI) mobile application called "AIR Scanner". The app works as a reading assistant and document scanner. It scans documents and reads it to users who have trouble reading English. It also gives the meaning of any selected word, in 40 different languages. The Indian government recently banned… read-more
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal