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Milk this boom
Bring out your milk pails — there’s good news on the dairy front. India, which produces about 100 million tonnes of milk a year, is the largest milk producer in the world. And the government estimates that the production will double by 2020. Not surprisingly, there’s going to be a growing need for dairy technologists. “Currently, our dairy industry is growing by four to five per cent each year. In the years to come, it will grow at a faster pace and no dairy technology student will be without a job. In fact, there is a shortfall now of well-trained manpower,” says A.K. Misra, dean, faculty of dairy technology, West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery Sciences, (WBUAFS), Calcutta....  | Read.. 
 
Power packed
Ever wondered about tapping the sun’s rays to run a car' Or windmills as a viable option for generating ...  | Read.. 
The power to move
When the National Institute for the Orthopaedically Handicapped (NIOH), Calcutta, was established in 1978 as a...  | Read.. 
 
There’s no place like home
Most students who seek help at university counselling centres in the US suffer from homesickness, reports JULI...  | Read.. 
‘Mech’ a move
If you want to be an engineer, then this institute has an array of options for you. Institute of Career ...  | Read..