Exceptionalism is the new trend in the education sector these days. B.Tech in Biotechnology is in more demands with the numerous job options available. Hence, there is a wide requirement for B.Tech in Biotechnology professionals. As a B.Tech in Biotech graduate, you can be high in demand candidate in the pharmaceutical industry. Apart from this, you can secure jobs in both government and private sectors. If you are thinking to enroll in B.Tech Biotech, you have certainly made the right choice, as B.Tech in Biotech offers elaborated career prospects as listed below. Why B.Tech Biotechnology? While technology on one hand develops tools to empower man, Biotechnology brings about a change in the man himself. B.Tech in Biotech, is an amalgamation of Biology Plus Technology. You will study the scientific and engineering principles together for the processing of material by biological agents to provide goods and services. This field of research is not just about the pharma industry but beyond … [Read more...] about B.Tech Admission 2019: High-demand career options for Biotech engineers
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AUSTIN — Mary Nethery used to complain when the yearly property tax bill hit $5,000 for her 1,900-square-foot home in San Antonio. Now it’s pushing $9,000. In recent years, Nethery and other homeowners have shouldered an increasing burden for funding public schools in Texas, where property taxes climbed to the sixth-highest in the nation. Now a Republican-backed plan to tamp down those escalating tax bills could save Texas homeowners an average of $326 a year by placing strict limits on year-over-year tax increases for school districts across the state, according to a data analysis by Hearst Newspapers. The analysis tracks the property tax levy for school maintenance and operations on a $200,000 home from 2008 to 2017. Homeowners in the San Antonio school district, where Nethery lives, would save an average of $247 a year over nine years, the analysis shows. Those with more expensive homes would save even more. But the tax reform also means siphoning tens of billions of … [Read more...] about Gov. Abbott’s tax break for homeowners would sap billions in school funding
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Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Dr Athira P S August 31, 2018 12:12 pm Change Font Size ‘The Data Protection Bill may be considered as one step in achieving the objective of optimal protection of privacy’ Privacy has been given many definitions and connotations over the ages. In the Indian context, the momentous judgement of the Supreme Court in Justice K. S. Puttaswamy (Retd.) and Anr. vs Union Of India And Ors is a remarkably concrete touchstone upon which developments that deals with privacy may be examined. The judgement affirms that privacy in India is a right that protects interests ‘pertaining to the physical realm and interests pertaining to the mind’. Particularly, on the occasion of the first anniversary of the judgement, an analysis of the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018, as proposed by the Justice Srikrishna Committee, seems to be relevant. Puttaswamy Judgment & Different Facets Of Privacy Once we … [Read more...] about One Year From Puttaswamy : Data Protection On The Touchstone Of SC Judgment
Philip Bump, The Washington Post Published 2:23 pm, Friday, June 22, 2018 All right. Settle in for a bit and maybe swipe over to the calculator app on your phone. We're about to go on quite a numeric roller coaster ride. President Donald Trump shifted the gears of his immigration rhetoric a bit Friday, hoping to reclaim the momentum lost after having to publicly backtrack on his administration's family-separation policy. He returned to a tactic he first embraced less than a month after declaring his candidacy: Standing with the parents of people killed by immigrants in the country illegally to suggest that immigrants pose a significant threat to Americans. The data suggest that immigrants, including immigrants in the country illegally, actually commit crimes at lower rates than native-born Americans. But Trump's consistently rejected that idea, instead choosing to hype vague assertions that immigrants are more dangerous. As at Friday's event, when he waved away the … [Read more...] about The original source for Trump’s claim of 63,000 immigrant murders? Bad data from Steve King in 2005.