Posted: July 25, 2018 09:57:00The National Institute of Technology and Technology of India, known as NITI Aayog, has recently made headlines with the launch of a new website, ucsdc.com, which features links to various social media platforms, including Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter.UCSD student Mahbub Ali, who is studying for a PhD in mathematics, says he has been following news about Facebook, Instagram, Whatsap and WhatsApp on his mobile phone.
Ali is studying at UCS, but he does not use any of these platforms.
“I have always been on Facebook,” he said.
“The last time I was on WhatsApp was on March 16.
But, since I don’t have my phone, I just use WhatsApp to stay connected to my friends.”
When asked why he uses a different platform, Ali said, “For the first time in my life, I have found a platform that is open to everyone, especially people from different disciplines.”
On Facebook, Ali says he is very busy.
“My main work on the campus is on mathematics.
My main thesis is on number theory.
My thesis has a few collaborators.
It’s a really good project.
I have been working on it since January.””
I am very busy with the project.
My work has to be completed in three months,” he added.
In the same vein, UCS senior Uday Mohanty said he had been using Facebook for his work.
“This project has been going on for the last six months, and I am getting good feedback on it,” Mohanty told The Hindu.
“There are quite a few students working on this.
I used to work on my PhD and have been on the platform for about two years now.
Now I am trying to get better feedback.”
According to a 2016 study by the Centre for the Study of Technology (CSST) at the Indian Institute of Science, which was commissioned by NITU Aayot, of which UCS is a member, Facebook users tend to have lower productivity levels, and are more likely to miss deadlines and miss deadlines by up to 10 per cent.
According to the study, one in four of the students surveyed had been on social media for at least a year, and the study found that almost one-third of them were on Facebook for at or near three years.
“In the last year, the number of students using Facebook has increased,” the study concluded.
“However, the amount of data on the Facebook platform has grown exponentially.”
The study also found that in India, around three million students use Facebook and another one million use WhatsApp.
“In India, a lot of students do not have access to a mobile phone, so the amount that students are using social media is also growing,” it said.NITU ADM, Rajesh Kumar, said he was not aware of any social media platform being used as a platform by students.
“If they are doing research, they need to use their smartphone for that.
But if they are working, they can use their mobile phones,” Kumar said.
In fact, in the last five years, Kumar said, the government has been encouraging students to use social media.
“Students are now using Facebook to share information, and they are also using social networking sites.
I am not aware that students used to be able to use WhatsApp,” he told The Indian Express.
According the study of the CSST, WhatsApp has the most users in India.
However, it has the second-highest number of users among all social media, with 4.35 million active users.
“Over the last few years, the social media site has become popular among students.
There are now students using WhatsApp and Facebook on a daily basis,” said Dr Sankaran Singh, a researcher at the CSU.