Stationery and school supply stores in the district have started witnessing an inflow of parents in Kerala | Representative picture

750 'student markets' to provide stationery at cheaper rates in Kozhikode   

Consumerfed's student market will have items like bags, books, umbrellas and kits. As per the estimate, a family consisting of two children can buy products up to INR 3200 at this market

A history professor from Malabar Christian College in Kozhikode city in Kerala has set up a library on Sachin Tendulkar

Happy Birthday 'Master Blaster': Kerala professor opens library on Sachin Tendulkar

The Master Blaster turned 45 on April 24. Tendulkar was nominated to the Rajya Sabha in 2012 and he accepted the position proposed by the President of India

The seats will be allotted tentatively based on the merit list and order of preference of choices provided by the applicant

In a first, engineering aspirants won't have to come to Chennai for counselling 

This will reduce the 21-year-old ordeal of students from different parts of the State, to find boarding, lodging and transport for the sake of the counselling.

The students are also worried that the prevailing issue and its effect on the teachers' mood might reflect on their marks

Students in Madurai to bear the brunt as teachers to boycott SSLC paper evaluation 

The decision has created a fear among parents and students as there is a chance that the announcement of results might get delayed due to the protests

Writing a PhD can be a huge task but thanks to these softwares, you can save some time

Here are a few softwares that will make writing a PhD thesis easier 

While Grammarly can help you deliver error-free documents, Mendeley can help you manage the references for your thesis

Arizona State University (ASU), has launched ASU’s Master Learners Academy for international high school students aged 15-18 years

ASU collaborates with BrainGain magazine to launch summer programs for students

Arizona State University is recognized globally as a top-ranked knowledge enterprise. It’s ranked 4th for its online undergraduate degree programs in the US and is considered as a leader in graduate

Intern with Icon 3.0 would offer internships in fields ranging from video editing, research, graphic design to social media marketing and management

Want to intern with Xiaomi India's boss in May? Here's how

The internship will provide students with a unique opportunity to work with some of the big names in India. Interested students, just need to apply online to take part in the event

High Court of Karnataka

HC asks UGC to look into Karnataka State Open University recognition

The counsel further submitted that the UGC shall take objective decision on the application for the academic year 2018-19

Diploma holders in yoga will get a preference in admission to degree courses in physiotherapy

Yoga diploma holders to get preference in Physiotherapy degree courses

The decision was taken following a recommendation of an expert committee which suggested that those with expertise in Yoga be given preference in admission

A senior citizen matrimony and companionship meet was organised by NGO Anubandh Foundation in Calcutta

Kolkata NGO conducts matrimony and companionship meet for senior citizens

The NGO will also soon organise a 'Togetherness Tour' to an outstation destination for interested senior citizens

The decision was taken at a review meeting held on the NIRF rankings

Andhra University to welcome foreign faculty starting next year   

More foreign students and research scholars would be enrolled every year to make the university vibrant and help it become an international university 

Cambridge English partnered with TCS iON to make BEC available to every student in the country

Brush up your language skills with the latest digital initiatives launched by Cambridge English

Campustowork.org was relaunched by Cambridge English to give the students direct access to internships/jobs posted by the companies registered on the platform

Neha uses Instagram to share her work that celebrates feminism and positive messages

Neha Ayyub paints her canvas with shades of hope

The 18-year-old artist won social media over with her extraordinary art work titled the 'Sunflower Series'

JNU has been ranked as the second-best university as per the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF)

So much for India's 'second best' university: Ever wondered why JNU has a dropout rate of 12 percent? 

According to the data obtained from the university, of the total 2,406 students admitted in the academic session 2016-2017, 201 (8.35%) dropped out from various courses

Learners of English will find the books, Modern American Usage by Garner and Practical English Usage by Swan very useful

Learning to get the grammar and usage right in the English language

While grammar is a set of rules that are essential to make meaningful utterances, usage is the way in which words and phrases are actually used in a language community

University of Madras

University of Madras to celebrate its 160th convocation on May 5 

Established in 1857, University of Madras is the one of the oldest and the most prominent universities in the country 

Smart India Hackathon 2018 was a gruelling 36-hour hackathon held at 28 centres all over India, with over 100,000 students

Meet Amrita University's Cyber Sena whose app may be used to transmit data by the army someday

More than 100,000 students divided into 12,000 teams participated in the world’s biggest hackathon organised by the Indian Govt, and only the top 5% teams were selected for the grand finale 

Chemigrams require specialised media as they are created by manipulating light sensitive paper with chemicals

Exploring photography without cameras, an emerging artistic expression that uses science and art

Photography without using cameras is a relatively lesser known but extremely interesting application of science in art. This can be done through e means such as photograms, chemigrams, cyanotypes etc

The circular talks about how it s important to be teachers to your kids | Representative image | Source: Storynotch

Of family and dignity: This Chennai school's circular is what every parent needs to read

Home is the first school for any kid — here's how Annai Violet Matriculation and Higher Secondary School's principal is making this learning experience fruitful for the kids  

Married off when she was 10 months, Urma Bishnoi had to tolerate the tortures of being in a child marriage for 18 years

Shouldn't girls have a greater say in their lives while choosing their life partner?

From forced marriages to marrying off when you are just 10 months old, a girl's freedom is stifled in many ways. When it comes to marriage in India, it is parents who decides their daughter's fate

The Puffin Book of Folktales, released to celebrate World Book and Copyright Day

World Book Day: Here's what Puffin, Flipkart and UNESCO now have in common

The Puffin Book of Folktales is the result of Puffin, Flipkart and UNESCO coming together to celebrate this special day and the joy of reading

The Tamil Nadu State syllabus science book for eight standard lists out ways to prevent sexual abuse

Don't let anyone kiss you: Why these anti-abuse suggestions in a TN textbook made me cringe

The Tamil Nadu State syllabus science book for eight standard lists out ways to prevent sexual abuse and one of the points is to stay away from 'the opposite sex'

Job-related pressure is a serious issue that is growing in alarming proportions in society

Here is how you can overcome stress from the workplace and ensure more productivity

We all go through stressful moments in life and how we deal with it, varies according to each person. Rather than panicking it is important to know how to deal with stress instead

A group of 50 alumni from the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) across the country have quit their jobs to form a political party

50 IIT Alumni quit jobs to form political party called 'Bahujan Azad Party'

"We are a bunch of 50 people, all from different IITs, who have quit our full-time jobs to work for the party," said Naveen Kumar, a 2015 IIT Delhi graduate

Ayurveda texts and modern research say that herbs contain compounds that have beneficial health properties that can help prevent many lifestyle disorders

6 health-boosting herbs to include in your daily diet for staying fit

Tulasi, which is popularly known as "The Queen of Herbs", yields beneficial results for respiratory wellness

At the Sarah Tucker School's handloom unit, students are taught to weave bedsheets, mattresses and carpets as a means for livelihood | Representative image

Century-old handloom unit for visually impaired resumes operations in Tirunelveli 

Established in 1911, the handloom unit was set up to provide job opportunities for the visually impaired. There are 19 handlooms available in the unit, with eight visually impaired persons involved

A bunch of IIT-Madras students held a 'Hug Day' in front of the office of the institute's Dean of Students to protest a recent incident of moral policing

IIT-Madras students go on hugging spree outside admin office to protest moral policing

Students staged a stir in the most democratic way and a poster with #GiveHugToday and #AgainstMoralPolicing was also being shared on social media platforms 

Numerous academicians and scholars from across the globe have written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing their anguish over the Kathua and Unnao rape cases

Over 600 academicians slam PM Modi over Kathua, Unnao cases in open letter

The academicians also said Modi broke his "prolonged (and by now familiar) silence" with "wholly inadequate, platitudinous, and non-specific assurances of justice for the victims."

Hiranyakasyapa inspects his court during Prahlada Nataka | Pics: Prateek Pattanaik and Debendra Pattanayak

Odisha's Prateek Pattanaik is using technology to preserve Odisha's dying art forms

By undertaking arduous journeys to the very depths of districts, Pattanaik has been documenting fading art forms through videos and giving them both Odia and English subtitles

Sarvesh Agrawal, the founder of Internshala

Internshala's latest report tells you about all the internships trends of the year 2017

Summer and Winter vacation continue to be the best season to hire interns. The average stipend for internships is Rs 7,500

For this study, the team considered those born between 1977-1994 as millennials

Workplace 2.0: Millennials switching jobs fast, techies will lead the way in the near future

There has been an upswing in switching jobs swiftly and aggressively in last 16 years, especially by the millennial workforce in technical roles like data scientists and software engineers 

Dr Surinder Singh, Director, National Institute of Biologicals, presenting gold medal to Dr Vinothini Jayaram during a convocation at Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute

Pharma industry has a range of career options, says director National Institute of Biologicals

He said that the industry is expected to touch $100 billion by 2025, driven by increasing consumer spending, rapid urbanisation and rising health care insurance

The trees were chopped and stolen between April 12 and 16

In 5 days, 36 sandalwood trees go missing from Bangalore University premises

An RTI revealed that over 36 sandalwood trees went missing from BU campus last year. This time, it is 36 trees stolen within a week

Earth Day is on its way, and there are a lot of us who are looking to see what we can do in order to celebrate this important day

Earth Day: 5 Eco-friendly things you can do for your planet

Manufacturing new clothes require both energy and water, and there are many people who can't afford to buy their own, so you can donate unused clothes this Earth Day

VG Suresh with some of the singers

At Chennai's Pioneer Music Gym, amateurs are mentored to become professional singers

Singers, working professionals and entrepreneurs don the role of singers at Pioneer Music Gym on weekends

This is Dilna's 13th exhibition and the first one in Kozhikode

Art of the heart: This Kerala girl's painting exhibition echoes a woman's pain

The exhibition, currently on at the Kerala Lalithakala Akademi art gallery in the city, features 60 paintings which depict the distress experienced by women due to different causes

The Seagulls team in the refugee camp in Idomeni in Greece

How these 'clowns' from the UK are making kids from war-torn areas smile again

From refugee camps in Europe to the deserts of Rajasthan, this UK-based travelling troupe has been bringing smiles to children's faces across the world

The students of NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad with the voice-controlled wheelchair

This voice-controlled wheelchair by Palakkad engg students could soon follow Malayalam commands

The six final year students of  NSS College of Engineering in Palakkad developed the device in less than two months

Animals Water Bowl Project, India aims to ensure that every stray animal gets safe drinking water around the clock, throughout the year

Animals Water Bowl Project: This initiative provides safe drinking water to strays

Animals Water Bowl Project has distributed 800 bowls at various locations, and currently operates in 16 locations and 2 states across the country

Shailesh Kulal | Pic: Pushkar V

Through IndiTrippers, this blind man promotes inclusive travel and guides tours

Shailesh Kulal is just back from his trip to Coorg, which was the first tour organised by IndiTrippers

Vipin travelled across the path of the canals within Fort Kochi and Mattancherry

Petrichor by Vipin Dhanurdharan celebrates tales from the undercurrents of Kochi

Vipin Dhanurdharan speaks about his latest art project, Petrichor and trying to bring light to a forgotten part of Kochi

IIM Calcutta announces Postgraduate Certificate Programme in Family Business Management to educate and empower the new generation of family-owned businesses in India

IIM Calcutta announces 1 Year PG Certificate Programme in Family Business Management

The duration of the programme is one year and it includes two days of classes every week along with 10 days of on-campus sessions at IIM Calcutta

Quilling is a passion for many and Dr. Jiji S Deepak is one such enthusiast

Kerala-based dentist aiming for a Limca record for her paper quilling artwork

To make her works more attractive, she uses acrylic paints, beads, shells and glitter, though typically only quilling strips are used

The children in the summer camp are taught colouring, dancing, rhymes as well as awareness about the Malayalam language

Kerala department of culture organizes a summer camp to remember

The camp also lets children play at a park in the backyard. The merry-go-rounds, slides, swings and rope climbers within the park are bustling with activity at all times

In spite of being attacked by villagers over a misunderstanding, a 44-year-old Russian cyclist, Oleg Vershinin has love for India and the people

Russian cyclist loves India despite attack by villagers over a misunderstanding

"I grew up loving Raj Kapoor's movies. Though I am saddened by the fact that I had to cut short my Nepal tour, this incident will not affect my love for India," Oleg Vershinin, a Russian cyclist said

Even healthy breed dogs are being abandoned in the city

A dogging issue: Pet dogs increasingly being abandoned by their owners

The number of breed dogs abandoned by their owners is increasing at an unprecedented rate. Sick dogs, injured ones, and old dogs are being dumped on the streets on a regular basis

From philosophy to modern literature, here's what you can read this summer

Wondering what to read this summer? Here are 5 books you can't afford to miss 

Here's what you can look forward to in the next two months to keep your night lamps burning

Rashmi Chadha (R) from Delhi is the founder and CEO of Wovoyage, a travel start-up, which provides risk free and safe tours for female travelers

This travel start-up is creating super-safe holidays for Indian women travellers 

Rashmi Chadha, started Wovoyage back in 2016 and has conducted trips for solo woman travelers, using small innovations like women guides and so on

With the help of a smartphone app and GPS-enabled tracking device, parents can track the children and children can send SOS messages to the parents' mobile during crisis situations

Two Class X Kerala students come up with a device to track children

The device has two components- one is a tracking device and the other is a mobile app - the tracking device will be in the bag of the child and the application can be installed in the parents' mobile

Four final year mechanical engineering students from St Thomas Engineering College, Mattannura have come up with a technology to detect overloaded vehicles

Kerala engineering students come up with tech to detect overloaded vehicles

VDOS technology uses load cells to detect the weight of vehicles and then specifies to the driver if the vehicle is overloaded

CBSE has come out with the dress code for students taking the upcoming NEET exam

NEET dress code 2018 - don't wear shoes, only light coloured clothes allowed

Wearing kurta-pyjama is a strict no-no for both male and female students taking the NEET exam

More universities could be inspired by what IIT-BHU is doing and find a way to give feedback to their faculty too

IIT-BHU student parliament encourages students to grade their professors on their teaching

The student parliament is taking the initiative to encourage students to be be completely honest about their experiences with their professors

Nirmala Devi was arrested from her residence on Monday

When luck knocks your door, you ought to use it: Chat between Nirmala Devi and her students exposed 

The professor's texts made the students uncomfortable. One of the girls responded, "Mam, I did not expect this from you. This won't suit me and my family"

The staff member allegedly told the victim that he had taken such pictures of other students in the past too

Moral policed to the max: IIT Madras staff takes picture of students hugging on campus ​

While the phone was confiscated by the administration, the victim is upset because the authorities claimed that they can't do anything to control others actions

The newly-launched courses are the latest additions to Edureka’s growing portfolio of more than 100 courses in technologies that are in demand globally

Edureka launches Ethereum Developer and IoT Certification courses for professionals

Edureka's instructor-led courses are in-depth training programs that are equipped with real-life case studies and practical demos at every stage

The 25-year-old law student is not planning on accepting the suspension without proof of the allegations against her

Was a speech about Ambedkar, not Kathua, real reason behind Kovai law Student's suspension?  ​

The students on campus have come out in support of the R Priya but all she wants is a proper enquiry into the matter

Besides Cavill, actors George Reeves, Christopher Reeve, Dean Cain, Brandon Routh, and Tyler Hoechlin have also essayed the epic character in films and on TV

80 years and counting: Why Justice League's Henry Cavill feels that Superman 'lives among us'

On superman's 80th birthday, Cavill also shared the portrait of Superman by artiste Eddie Liu, who imagined how he would look at the age of 80

If we have no anxiety and we just don't care about performance, say experts

Here's how you can use your workplace anxiety to boost your performance 

The good news for employees who chronically experience anxiety at work, or who experience it from time to time, is that it can help performance if they can self-regulate their behaviour

Amrut says that this app is for people who make excuses for not reading books and not for voracious readers

Amrut Deshmukh's booklet app lets you read a book in 20 minutes

Amrut Deshmukh summarises one bestselling book a week and uploads it on his app called Booklet

Kiran explaining to the folks about the importance of blood donation |  Nagaraja Gadekal

Delhi-man walks from Kashmir to Trivandrum to promote blood donation   

33-year-old Kiran Verma believes it's one's responsibility to donate blood and has set out on a mission to get 1.5 lakh people from across India on a single platform to donate blood

Urban Kisaan uses hydroponics technique to grow plants with minimum mess

The Agtech start-up UrbanKisaan will help us take up farming in our own balconies 

Agtech company, UrbanKisaan will soon make it possible for all of us to grow fresh fruits and vegetables in our own backyard

Popular Wai Wai noodles plans to expand its Indian market

Wai Wai whammy: Nepali dry-noodle brand to set up 500 noodle bars in India and we're psyched

Wai Wai is already present in 35 countries, and they also plan to open outlets of its quick service restaurant Wai Wai City Noodle Bar in some of the existing markets 

Fourteen-year-old Anjali Venkatesh’s affection towards dogs motivated her to write a book

Love for dogs inspired this 18-year-old Chennai girl to write a book

Anjali Venkatesh’s affection towards dogs motivated her to write a book named "Cleo: Confessions of a Street Dog."

Johann Binny Kuruvilla left behind a high-profile job to be a successful travel blogger

Bitten by the travel bug: This Kochi native left a high-profile job to become a travel blogger

Johann Binny Kuruvilla, a native of Kochi, earns a livelihood from his travelogue about his various trips along with photographs that make it popular among readers

Roshni K, a student of in St Francis Xavier Higher Secondary School, is a rising athlete. Photos: D Sampathkumar

Running miles in her shoes: Chennai high schooler is a rising athlete

Roshni gets all the support from her family members as they are all sports enthusiasts. “Everybody in my family enjoys sports," she says

Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb claimed that Internet and satellite communication existed in the days of Mahabharata

No Mr Biplab, the internet didn't exist in the Mahabharata - it came to India in 1995

Contrary to what the Tripura CM said, the internet officially made its way to our shores only in the mid-1990's. Here's how it got here

With summer vacations in full swing, Kochi libraries are all set to welcome bookworms

Books still a hit in Kerala, amid rising popularity of e-books and Kindle

Although people are more inclined to e-books and kindle currently, bookshops and libraries in Kochi are doing everything possible to counter its effect

One of the products from the house of Paper Towers

Why Nikita Rochiramani's Paper Towers will make you fall in love with greeting cards again

Hyderabad-based Nikita Rochiramani started Paper Towers two years ago through which she makes customised cards and gifts — amd you can't help but fall in love all over again

Students participating enthusiastically in the summer camp

20k kids in Odisha are going to spend summer learning Maths and lovin' it. Here's why

Government school students in three districts of Odisha are all set to enjoy Tata Steel's summer camps that will be conducted over the next couple of months

'Ennittum Kanthalloor', a documentary on the age-old university at Valiyasala, gives a peek into the rich cultural and educational past. A still from the documentary

Kanthalloor Sala: The 1000-year-old university in Trivandrum you may not have heard of

Ennittum Kanthalloor is a documentary by the Government School Teacher that attempts to tell people all about the age-old university and how eveolved it was back in the day

Governor Banwarilal Purohit at Raj Bhavan | P Jawahar

I have great-grandchildren: How TN Guv indignantly denied knowing tainted prof Nirmala Devi

The TN Governor imperiously maintained that he had nothing to do with the now-tainted professor, who was arrested for her role in trying to get students to agree to a sex-for-marks deal

The students of Trio World Academy, Bangalore had a two-week long educational trip to France and volunteered at the Refugee help French NGO Utopia 56 in Calais, in the northern tip of France

These Bengaluru high-schoolers lent a hand at refugee camp in France

While volunteering, their tasks mainly included sorting clothes that had come in as donation for the refugee settlements in Calais, France

The Sanskrit School proposes to start these new courses for the academic year

Stop trying to make JNU a gurukul: Students trash new pundit training courses

The proposal is yet to be approved at the academic council meeting but because most opposing voices have been asked to resign, there is little hope that the proposal will be stalled

Mary Kom wants a better society for the women

I feel sad, hurt and helpless: Mary Kom on growing rape cases in India

After the 2012 Nirbhaya case, the Kathua and Unnao rape cases have shook the nation, triggering widespread outrage

Mir Idrees Sultan was serving the army in Bihar

Young soldier, college dropout, returns to Kashmir on vacation, ends up joining Hizbul Mujahideen

According to his family, Idrees had left home on Sunday evening and not returned, after which the family reported the matter to the police 

Eating raw fruit and vegetables improves mental health, researchers say

Mental health is important. Eat your fruits and vegetables raw for a healthy brain 

When raw fruits and vegetables are cooked, canned and processed, they lose their mental health benefits as the process potentially diminishes the nutrient levels

In case of any discrepancies, students are requested to report the matter to CBSE via mail or letter

NEET admit cards are out and here's what you need to know

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be conducted on May 6, 2018 and it is mandatory for the students to carry printouts of the admit cards

Mother's depression can lower the child's IQ and negatively affect their cognitive development up to the age of 16, a new study has found

Mother's depression might lower child's IQ, says a US study

Children were examined on verbal cognitive abilities with the help of  standardized IQ tests during the entire time span of the study

Satyam Kumar, who was pursuing the Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), took the extreme step yesterday due to harassment by his classmates

Muzaffarnagar ayurvedic medicine student commits suicide over ragging, harassment by classmates

Satyam Kumar, who was pursuing the Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery, took the extreme step on Monday 

The prof offered the students money and high grades in return of some favours for officials at MKU

Joint action committee at Madurai Kamaraj University seeks CID enquiry on prof Nirmala Devi

General Secretary of Madurai Kamaraj University Faculty Association said a lady principal Chandrakantha was also involved in this kind of activity a few years ago

The University Grants Commission has decided to invite designs for convocation attire that accords with Indian culture and tradition

UGC wants students to wear 'Indian and cultured' clothes for convocation 

An expert committee will first examine the designs for convocation attires that UGC receives, following which some of them will be shortlisted

Satyabrat Mohapatra from Bhubaneswar Komedians

Thanks to these two groups, Bhubaneswar is the latest city to be smitten by stand-up comedy

Bhubaneswar Komedians and The Chain Jokers are the champions of stand-up comedy culture in the city. Here's their secret

Fellows relax after a long day during the Travel Workshop

A fellowship with ALC will teach you all there is to know about social entrepreneurship 

Access Livelihoods Consulting India Ltd's two-year fellowship encompasses both theoretical and practical aspects of running a social enterprise   

The prof offered the students money and high grades in return of some favours for officials at MKU

Devanga Arts College prof Nirmala Devi arrested for trying to sexually exploit girl students       

In a 19-minute audio the prof is heard speaking to four of her undergraduate women students asking them to do 'secret favours' officials at MKU

The clip has sent shockwaves across not just the academic world

This is a big opportunity: Chilling transcript of MKU prof luring students to do "secret" favours for top education officials

The clip has gone viral on social media and WhatsApp but the professor has said that her words have been misconstrued.

More female students to get admission in the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) from the 2018 academic session

IITs to offer more exclusive seats for women candidates this year

The Joint Admission Board set up a panel last year and it had suggested earlier in 2018 to create up to 20 percent supernumerary seats for girls.

The Gender Guardian school is first of its kind for transgenders opened in Pakistan

Pakistan opens first of its kind school for the transgender community

The first school for transgenders offers a full 12 years of academic education beginning from the primary level to matriculation and then leading up to college.

Shridhar performing at the open mic

Remember the Bengaluru stand-up comic who performed for one person? Here's his story

Shridhar Venkataramana went on to be a sport and performed for the one woman who turned up or the show. He explains how this isn't something new and why open mics aren't a cakewalk 

The Queer Collective raises important questions like why there aren't many transgenders on the college campuses

Meet the TISS students who made India's first gender-neutral hostel a reality

Transgenders and non-binary students are a rarity on any campus. Queer Collective at Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai, wants to change that by building a safe and comfortable place for them

A first-year law college student in Coimbatore was suspended following a class speech on the horrific rape case of an eight-year-old in Kathua.

Coimbatore law student suspended for calling society ‘male chauvinist’

The student is yet to be called for an inquiry. Revolutionary Student Front, of which she is a member, and district People’s Union for Civil Liberties slammed the suspension

The nomadic Bakarwal family of the Kathua gang-rape victim, camped for the day near Udhampur, on Sunday | Mir Imran | EPS)

Kathua rape and murder case: Hang my daughter’s rapists. Don’t spare the juvenile, says mother of the 8-year-old 

The mother had adopted the girl from her sister when she was barely two months old, since her biological daughter had died in an accident

Purushu Arie runs a Chennai-based fashion blog and website

I considered suicide: NIFT alum hits out at shocking elitism, discrimination at fashion school

Purushu Arie, a Chennai-based fashion designer, wrote a post on his blog where he recalled discrimination for presenting a 'thin, simple' document  

Teachers in Chennai schools have been a victim of prying eyes of the students

Can a 'well-behaved' 14-year-old student be a sexual harasser? These teachers have horrifying tales to tell  

Harassment  and cat-calling by students faced by young teachers is not an exception but the norm in city schools

A freshly installed 5-feet-tall statue of the Dalit icon was installed in a Badaun village in saffron jacket but was promptly re-painted in blue after questions arose over the choice of a colour assoc

Ambedkar Jayanthi: The story of Babasaheb and the colour "blue"

The colour continues to be an important symbol of the Ambedkarite movement and is also the colour of the part flag floated by the  Ambedkar Scheduled Castes Federation of India

Authorities are plannign on making Aadhar compulsory next year to prevent such a menace

75 pc of the 11 lakh students who failed to appear for UP boards are from out of state, minister says

The Deputy Chief Minister said that students were also from foreign countries like Nepal and Bangladesh and added that more steps would be taken to prevent such incidents in the future

Increasing number of students continue to pursue PhD as a career option

21,000 more men pursue PhDs than women, reveals MHRD data

Eve the overall number of enrollments for PhD programmes have increased this year and the maximum number of students are enrolled in state universities

The move could allow children to have an education that is disrupted, ensuring they finish their schooling successfully

25 schools to move along with migratory Bakerwal and Gujjar families to ensure proper education

In a great move to ensure educational access to all students, authorities have decided to get 25 students to move with two groups

There is a need to liberate the thought process of children by exposing them to the wealth of Indian art, feels Mamta

Mamta Nainy's book about Indian art will tell you everything from cave paintings to modern muse 

Most children have had instances of looking at unique art forms without consciously being educated about them. Mamta Nainy's A Brush With Indian Art aims to change that

British Council India celebrates 70 years

Look at what the British Council India is doing to celebrate 70 years of existence

Even after 70 years of functioning in India, British Council India is as enthused as it was when it started. But this 70th year is infinitely more special.

The University has already set up an action plan to promote research activities

Gangadhar Meher University sets up special cell to promote research activities

The students of the University are expected to benefit with the increasing research activities

A total of 693 graduates received their degree certificates

KCG College of Technology celebrates 15th graduation day

The 15th Graduation Day of KCG College of Technology was celebrated on 5 August 2017

The inaugural session of the conference

GITAM played host to a conference based on Towards Risk-Based Solvency

The conference, sponsored by ICICI Prudential, had eminent speakers speaking on the topic

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