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Microsoft mulls over ‘significantly larger' job cuts in engineering divisions

Microsoft most recently shrank its workforce in October and July, and has eliminated open positions and paused hiring in various groups.

A Microsoft logo is seen on an office building in New York City, US. (REUTERS/ FILE)
A Microsoft logo is seen on an office building in New York City, US. (REUTERS/ FILE)
Updated on Jan 18, 2023 07:04 AM IST
Bloomberg |

'BTech chaiwali': Student fulfills dream of having a start-up, inspires netizens

A BTech student fulfilled her dream of having a business by opening her own tea shop.

The woman opened her own tea stall.(Instagram/@swagsedoctorofficial)
The woman opened her own tea stall.(Instagram/@swagsedoctorofficial)
Published on Oct 14, 2022 01:39 PM IST
ByVrinda Jain

Your standout quality as an Engineer based on your zodiac sign

Engineering is, to say the least, a demanding profession. However, various engineers operate differently on the job due to their varying personality traits as indicated by their zodiac sign. Let us explore this further.

Let us read the standout quality as an Engineer based on your zodiac sign.(Photo by ThisisEngineering RAEng on Unsplash)
Let us read the standout quality as an Engineer based on your zodiac sign.(Photo by ThisisEngineering RAEng on Unsplash)
Published on Sep 17, 2022 03:57 PM IST
ByNeeraj Dhankher

Explained: What are the revised guidelines for admission in engineering courses?

HT explains the changes in admission made by the All India Council for Technical Education for the academic session 2022-23. Here is everything you need to know:

The AICTE had last year left it to the universities to decide if they want to keep mathematics, physics and chemistry as mandatory subjects for admissions to engineering courses. (File Photo)
The AICTE had last year left it to the universities to decide if they want to keep mathematics, physics and chemistry as mandatory subjects for admissions to engineering courses. (File Photo)
Published on Mar 30, 2022 03:32 PM IST

‘Ban on new engineering colleges to continue for 2 more yrs barring exceptions’

Ban on new engineering colleges to continue for 2 more years barring few exceptions: AICTE

The AICTE had imposed a moratorium of two years on granting approvals for new colleges in 2020.(HT file)
The AICTE had imposed a moratorium of two years on granting approvals for new colleges in 2020.(HT file)
Published on Mar 29, 2022 08:21 PM IST
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