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June 27, 2016 01:10 am by Palak
Graduation marks varies according to university but normalization isn't considered while shortlisting by IIMs. So it's unfair. Same goes for IIMs as like IITs.
June 02, 2016 04:04 am by Dhirendra Kar
Nice article, the problem lies in Indian health care industry is reliable patient information. Neither in Govt. Hospitals or the major private players using the systems to capture data for insight into trend and improving patient care. A long way to go.
May 29, 2016 07:20 am by nithin das
extremely pround of ISRO and their crew..............
May 25, 2016 21:43 pm by Viren
Today Small business in India needs a reliable IT support which assures smooth functioning of business operations
May 11, 2016 13:44 pm by Shefali
The patient to doctor ratio is skewed and far more in rural areas. 'Cognitive Systems' will enable the doctors and ensure same treatment irrespective of the geography. Very nice article!
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