In two months ten teachers had either resigned or were sacked

Private school in Hyderabad faces backlash for sacking ten teachers, reinstates four 

Krishnaveni Talent School at Ziaguda sacked ten teachers without prior notice

The university authorities had filed a police complaint in connection with the matter on Monday

Ex-Delhi University Students' Union president Ankiv Baisoya booked for forging college documents

Baisoya has been booked on the IPC charges of cheating and forgery, and they have started an investigation

The system was introduced by  Medical Council of India (Pic: Pravara Institute)

Change in MBBS curriculum garners positive response from Kerala's medical circle

The new system is competency-oriented and will focus on practical aspects of medical profession apart from theory and learning

The technique also has potential applications in marketing, advertising and journalism (Pic: ZDNet)

Stanford researchers train AI to draw artistic caricatures

Called "CariGANs", the computational framework precisely models geometric exaggeration in photos via two algorithms the researchers have labelled, CariGeoGAN and CariStyGAN

He has carried out studies on Indo-Hispanic relationship and published numerous books and research papers on the subject

JNU's Hispanic Studies prof first foreigner to win Mexico's highest civilian honour — the Aztec Eagle

Ganguly was decorated with the striking gold-yellow insignia by Mexican Ambassador Melba Pria at a ceremony in the India International Center (IIC) on November 19

In its address to the university, the letter, dated November 16, said that the grant would go towards 'enhancing quality and excellence of JU' | Pic: Collegedunia

Jadavpur University receives Rs 100 Crore central grant to enhance quality and excellence

Vice-chancellor Suranjan Das, on his part, said the sanctioned money will be used by the institution to set up new infrastructure and create advanced research facilities

Mehraj Din Bhat, Yawar Ahmad Wani, Zahoor Ahmad Bhat and Imran Ahmad Mir joined the channel one by one and are producing some fun content

Why YouTube channel Kashmiri Kalkharabs is video-splaining everyday issues no one is talking about

Their families were understandably unsure when Parvaiz and Showkat told them that they were going to be full-time YouTubers but came around once they started earning money through these videos

Spiderman's puppet version | Pics: Gurkul School of Design

This workshop by Raghavendra Rathore's design school reimagined Stan Lee's Marvel heroes as puppets

The workshop was held in the Gurukul School of Design and was attended by 29 design students and was facilitated by Manoj Bhat, whose family is into puppetry for generations

As part of the scholarship, Ashik will receive a sum of of $750 as  stipend and an extra $220 for funding their environmental projects (Pic;

NIT Calicut student wins Google scholarship, impresses with VR tech for autistic children

Ashik Hameed, a Biotechnology student from NIT Calicut has become the first ever student outside of the Computer Science stream to qualify for the Google's Venkat Panchapakesan Memorial Scholarship

Multiple choice question number 61 in the Hindi Language and Comprehension paper had allegedly used some derogatory terms for describing the Dalit community | Pic: Chandigarh Metro

Delhi court asks the police to submit a report after casteist question appears for public exam

The plea, seeking lodging of FIR against the persons concerned, said senior officials who were part of the examination committee, allegedly selected derogatory and insulting question

This was the first protest that the nine-year-old university saw | Pic: Mukesh Kharwal

Why women students of Rajasthan Central University covered their faces during the campus' first-ever protest

This was the first protest that the nine-year-old university witnessed, ten students have been expelled 

Sruthi Palaniappan in her element | Pics: The Harvard Crimson and Indian Eagle

Sruthi Palaniappan, an Indian-origin student is the new President of Harvard's Undergrad Council 

Palaniappan won a healthy percentage of the votes and managed to build on her achievement of being the youngest member at a Democratic Convention, when she attended one in 2016

The incident came to light when the school opened on Monday morning

Govt school suffers severe damage as containers falls on it

Due to the incident, the walls of the school have developed wide cracks and the compound wall has fully collapsed.

The villagers also wrote a petition to the district Collector and education department officials seeking a new building

Fearing collapse of school building, parents and villagers in Pillaiyarkuppam demand reconstruction

Nearly 250 students from Pillaiyarkuppam and other nearby villages study in the Panchayat Union Middle School near Ulundurpet

Selvakumar wants to become a weatherman but he says it's not an easy profession to get into (Pic: Selvakumar)

This Govt School teacher from Nagapattinam predicted Cyclone Gaja's path and live updated it on Whatsapp

A secondary grade teacher, who teaches Classes I to VIII (all subjects) in a Panchayat Union Middle School, Selvakumar has been predicting and watching the weather since 1995

The case has been filed by Subrahmanyam Saderla, an assistant professor of the Aerospace Department, against four of his colleagues

Dalit faculty of IIT Kanpur alleges caste-discrimination, files case against four colleagues

The case has been filed by Subrahmanyam Saderla, an assistant professor of the Aerospace Department, against four of his colleagues

Mitra's 24 years as a leader in the UMKC School of Pharmacy, the professor compelled his students to act as his personal servants (Pic:  Sakshi Post)

Indian-origin professor in the US accused of using his students as 'servants'

Ashim Mitra, a longtime pharmacy professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, made his students tend his lawn, look after his dog and water the house plants

AIIMS has witnessed an increase of 15-20 per cent in the number of patients with cases of respiratory problems like coughing and heavy breathing

Delhi pollution pushes AIIMS to launch new research project to monitor its impact on health

For the study, titled DAPHNE (Delhi Air Pollution Health And Effects), AIIMS researchers have developed an air pollution sensor technology

After four-five days of cajoling, they agreed to study and came with their two other brothers  (Pic: EPS)

This Ranchi Army man's classes are keeping poor kids from begging

Mishra has been giving tuitions to a group of poor children for free at a temple in Ranchi’s Harmu Housing Colony — three hours each for tuitions, including physical training and discipline

Justice Kurian Joseph was speaking at the inauguration of the the Jharkhand Para Legal Volunteers Workshop

Supreme Court judge Kurian Joseph asks lawyers to maintain the brotherhood concept of the Constitution

Justice Kurian Joseph told the lawyers about their responsibility and called upon them to maintain the brotherhood concept of the Constitution

They had about 1,700 participants from about 70 countries last year

Tech and how: TECH 2018 will show us the strength and the need for digital learning

The second of five great TECHs to be conducted over a period of five years is a few days away

The department was considering taking corrective steps (Pic:

Centre probing multi-crore post-matric scholarship scam, says Union Social Justice minister

An FIR was registered by the Himachal Pradesh Education Department in Shimla Friday through its official

The two girls also went sightseeing to several other places like Washington DC, the Grand Canyon and much more

Through USA's Community College initiative, Indian students can now do short courses

We talk to girls from the recent batch about their experience and what they did while in the US

The average running time of each episode is 20 minutes

Why every engineering grad should watch out for the new web series BTech

The creators of this web series Tharun Bhascker and Upendra Varma, who are BTech grads themselves went to Hyderabad Public School together 

When not using the phone, the researchers found that, 76 college students ranging in age from 18 to 22, had no access to food for three hours and no access to their smartphones for two  hours

College students choose smartphones over food: Study 

The researchers wanted to explore whether smartphones could function as a reinforcing behaviour, the same way that food, drugs and alcohol are reinforcers

The company will identify opportunities for Kerala to adapt aerospace technologies across sectors

Kerala govt inks MoU with Airbus Bizlab to set up Aerospace Innovation centre

Airbus BizLab will provide support and mentoring for startups in Kerala and conduct regular workshops and discussions with experts from the aerospace and defence sectors

Fourteern areas in Delhi recorded 'very poor' air quality and another 14 recorded 'poor' air quality

Delhi's air quality oscillate between 'poor' and 'very poor' categories: Authorities 

According to the Centre-run System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting (SAFAR), the overall air quality index (AQI) in Delhi was recorded at 326, which comes under 'very poor' category

Next, they want to make shampoos, dish-washing powder and scrubs as well

Choose Kandvari Karvanh, a natural detergent and keep chemicals away from your clothes

The team even packs the bottles themselves for delivery and use lemongrass as padding in the cartons instead of bubble wrap

The 23-year-old wrote Empty Roads and Broken Words, her first book with a collection of 46 medium-length poems

Bhubaneswar's Prachi Prangya Agasti, after writing four books, is out with her first book of poetry

Through the book Empty Roads and Broken Words, she talks about several emotions

The budget is slashed from 8 Crores to 1.7 Crores

JNU slashes library budget by 80 per cent, students can't take outside books to study halls 

The JNUSU President expressed the union's disapproval in the decision and the worry about the state of the education system

Jamoora, the bot can be used by story tellers to make their performances more effective

This bot invented by two IIT Delhi students can be controlled with music and voice commands

The bot named Jamoora has a beak attached to its head and can make movements that imply the mood based on the music that's being played or the story being told

Bhavani on top of Mount Elbrus

Her family was badly hit in the Coorg floods, but this 23-year-old still scaled Europe's tallest peak

Bhavani N Thekkada, who is from Kodagu, is a mountaineering instructor who hopes to scale the Annapurna Range soon 

S Lakshmanasamy received the award from the Minister for School Education KA Sengottaiyan in Chennai

This librarian from Coimbatore works in three libraries and also teaches yoga. Here's why kids love him

Lakshmanasamy, who is currently working as a third-grade librarian in the Vagarayampalaym branch library near Karumathampatti, is a lot of fun and is passionate about getting kids to read more books

Aparajita Bharti, Co-founder of YLAC speaking to the students at the Counter Speech Fellowship Programme

How YLAC is helping teens to voice out their issues through their Counter Speech fellowship programme

 Delhi-based Social Enterprise YLA has partnered with Instagram to use it as a medium for teens to creatively express current issues through true and personal stories to influence change

The all-girl team of eight — Aishwarya Rajurkar, Anjali Vaidya, Nishtha Pange, Komal Parab, Maithili Savant, Mitali Patil, Sanika Ambre, and Shrutika Sawant

Swachh Bharat inspired Mumbai students win MIT award for paan-stain cleaning microbes

The team from Ruia College became the only undergraduate college among 300 entries to receive an award at the Genetically Engineered Machines (iGem) competition held by MIT, Boston

Jaishree Garg, Founder of Pitara, a storytelling board game

How this Bengalurean's college project led her to create India's first visual and verbal storytelling board game

This design specialist from Bengaluru has introduced India's first visual and verbal storytelling board game and she plans to make it affordable for children from rural areas too  

Pingali started Blue Butterfly in 2013

Hyderabad-based photographer Prathima Pingali does all that it takes to get that perfect shot of your pet

Pingali's first dog, Pax, was the inspiration behind the company and her current muse is her second dog, Prancer 

The artists started their residency on October 18

Everything you need to know about Bhubaneswar Art Trail and the artists who're taking Odisha on a nostalgia trip

Follow artists as they trace a 1.3 km long trail through Old Town in Bhubaneswar and in doing so, open up the community to art, like you have never seen before

The AO approached the Cyber Crime Division of the police seeking legal action against the person who sent the e-mail on November 9

Admin gets obscene threats on e-mail after he banned shorts in college

K Unnikrishnan, the 63-year-old AO of Amrita School of Engineering in Kasavanahalli, stated in his complaint that it was an administrative decision to ban shorts

The college owner's son used a proxy candidate to write his semester exams

Pudukkottai engineering college to have affiliation stripped after owner's son cheats in exam

This is not the first time that Anna University has found colleges involved in exam malpractices. In 2017, it had found three colleges being involved in fraudulent examination practices

Ramesh completed his primary education in Gundoor and did his Secondary School Leaving Certificate in the nearby Siddapur village (Pic: TNIE)

This ATM guard who used to fall asleep in college just became the University's PG topper in Kannada

Ramesh, who works as a security guard at a Syndicate Bank ATM in Koppal, now wants to do his PhD and inspire others like him to study

Eswaran with his students during a plantation drive

Kovai teacher who won State Award accused of being unqualified for illustrating Tirukkural

K Eswaran, an art teacher is also the author of a book titled Thoorikaikkural that explains the Tirukkural through paintings. They want to take the award given on Sept 5 for this reason

Unlike universities in the US which have followed up attacks on Indians with increased outreach and safe practices seminars, Australian universities like UNSW have a two-pronged approach (Pic: UNSW)

Why more Indians are overcoming a decade's worth of safety worries to study in Australia

The steep rise of the USD, the Trump administration's immigration climate and a sustained, sensible response to the violence against Indian students have made parents look favourably at Australia

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Climate change likely caused the demise of Indus Valley civilisation: Study

The Harappans built sophisticated cities, invented sewage systems that predated ancient Rome's, and engaged in long-distance trade with settlements in Mesopotamia

Indian Army provides facilities of education, medical assistance, infrastructure development, vocational training and many other specific needs

Indian Army celebrates Children's Day with terror affected students in J&K

As a part of its welfare initiative, the Northern Command has taken the responsibility of education of these children and is bearing all their expenses

The training centre currently has 18 recruits

Ever wondered what it takes to become a firefighter? Take a look inside the Tamil Nadu Fire Services Training Centre

From details regarding the recruitment process to the rigourous training involved, here's everything you need to know about the training centre

Arul's work was to herd ducks across four districts and was forced to lead a semi-nomadic life

Nine-year-old spends half a decade as bonded labour for a Rs 2,000 loan

Arul was produced before the Tirupattur Sub-Collector and was enrolled in a government residential school in Tirupattur. Release certificate and a few sets of school uniforms were also given to him

Rahul Khera, Gautam Jindal and Ankit Kawatra, Founder of Feeding India recently launched  Happy Fridges campaign #FightFoodWastage campaign

Keeping everyone's tummy happy through Happy Fridges, this Delhi NGO is fighting food wastage in India 

This NGO has been installing fridges in public places and gated communities to feed the homeless and the hungry, and also stop food wastage. They hope to set up more fridges across India.

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Eight-year-old thrashed by teacher for vomiting in class in Uttar Pradesh

A complaint has been lodged and the boy was sent for a medical examination

In October 2017, DYFI created history by becoming the first ever party to extend their membership to the transgender community in Kerala

In a first, four DYFI transgender representatives to be part of its state conference

In 2017, DYFI became the first Indian party to extend its membership to Kerala's transgenders; this was followed by the members being chosen as the party's representatives for its state conferennce

Amazon also has evening tuition centres for school students in these villages

How coding and robotics are bringing kids to the Govt School in this Tamil Nadu village

Here's how a coding class, part of an Amazon initiative, in the Govt School in Puduvoyal is bringing kids to school in droves​

The collective is trying to expand and rope in a few more people this year

Children's Day: Why Jugaad Co's attempt at Children's theatre is something your kids will like

Jugaad Co's founder Jimmy Xavier talks about creating a play about crayons for kids and the kind of lessons they can impart through the simplest of theatre forms

Jamia hostellers during another protest earlier this year | Pic: Facebook/ Jamia Women Fight

After Jamia students, Pinjra Tod call for protest march against 75% hostel fee hike, administration hurriedly rolls it back

The Institution earlier introduced a 75 per cent hike in the hostel fees for its female students but is believed to have agreed to reduce the amount 

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India ranks #3 in porn consumption, yet 9 out of 10 parents believe kids go online for 'education'

A mere one-third of the parents with older kids (15-17 years), claimed to be talking to their kids about sex education. This might be detrimental to children

Nisha was born different, but it was this that caught the attention of the Bengaluru couple

A #TouchOfCare can transform lives: Nisha Lobo's story sheds light on the stigma around adopting specially-abled children

Nisha Lobo lives every day of her life proving that what you look like on the outside doesn't matter, it is who you are on the inside that does

Tenzin Priyadarshi is the founder and CEO of Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Director of the Ethics Initiative at the MIT Media

Humour is important to maintain sanity in civic society: Tenzin Priyadarshi, the Monk who conquered MIT

Smart, spiritual and sensibly witty, we discover what Tenzin Priyadarshi, who runs the Dalai Lama Center at MIT believes every Indian student needs to be truly 'great'

Hemant Kumar, a resident of Bharatpur in Rajasthan was pursuing a course equivalent to MBBS in India at the Asfendiyarov Kazakh National Medical University in Kazakhstan

We live in constant fear: Indian medicos in Kazakhstan after the mysterious death of classmate

Indian students in Kazakhstan are terrified after muggings and assaults have besieged the community, the latest of which was Hemant Kumar, a 23-year-old medical student in the country

Niriksha has helped no less than 1200 girls in twelve years of service

How this Bengaluru NGO has helped 1200 young girls beat depression, suicidal thoughts is inspiring

Niriksha has been helping underprivileged young girls get the psychological and counselling support that they currently lack — and they operate in Bengaluru and Hyderabad

Venilla, who is the head chef, has been a baking enthusiast from the age of 12.

This cafe in Bengaluru is run by three people who grew up in a children's home. This is their inspiring story

Venilla Hutchins tells how three kids from a children'a home stuck it out to open their dream cafe in Bengaluru — by raising funds through college bake sales

The protest was staged at 2pm on Tuesday | Pic: Facebook/ N Sai Balaji

JNUSU stages protest against SSS's Dean Pradipta Choudhury who manhandled another faculty member

The protestors who demanded the resignation of the Dean also alleged that he rarely comes to office and never meets students

According to the MHRD's statement, the process of withdrawal and reconstitution will be completed before December 15, 2018

These 3 MHRD officials are on the boards of almost every IIM. What's going to change after Dec 15?

According to the MHRD's statement, the process of withdrawal of excess central government nominees on each board and reconstitution will be completed before December 15, 2018

Infosys Prize laureates have achieved prestigious milestones in their domains

Six researchers awarded USD 100,000 as the Infosys Science Foundation announced winners of the 10th Infosys prize

Infosys Prize laureates have achieved prestigious milestones in their domains, and the ISF believes that this year’s winners will continue to raise the bar for science and research

Nirupa Rao’s favourite artist changes according to her mood and at this very moment, she is in love with Japanese and Chinese scroll paintings (Pic: Nirupa Rao)

This Bengaluru-based botanical illustrator's documentation of South India's wondrous plants will make you fall in love with nature

Nirupa Rao recently completed a book called 'Pillars of Life: Magnificent Trees of the Western Ghats', published by the Nature Conservation Foundation in 2018

They have isolated lectin from tamarind seeds using chromatography and have studied the binding of the lectin molecules to the glycan

IIT Roorkee discovers chikungunya medication in tamarind seeds

Chikungunya and other alphaviruses are made of a single strand of RNA that is enveloped in a capsule. 

The dating company worked with an advisory panel comprising The Humsafar Trust

Queer on Tinder: Dating app adds 23 sexuality options like transgender, gay for Indian users to choose from

Along with making the gender-display option on the profiles opt-in, the new app update would allow users to type any word that describes their gender identity

Kowsalya and Madhusudanan at the wedding | Pic: Facebook/Amal Pullarkkat

Slain Kerala SFI unionist Abhimanyu's sister gets married amidst Maharaja's College students, CPI(M) leaders

The slain SFI leader Abhimanyu's sister Kowsalya was married on November 11. The wedding was postponed because of his murder

As per the MCI guidelines, the MBBS course is five and a half years long, including a year-long internship

Finally, Jammu and Kashmir to have separate medical universities to increase focus on med ed

Education has suffered immensely due to lack of coordination between the non-technical universities of the state — the University of Kashmir and University of Jammu — and the Medical Council of India

On November 10, Rana along with Sajna were out to get food  when a group of men allegedly accosted them and passed lewd remarks

Transgender student of Maharaja's College assaulted on the road for refusing 'sexual' favours

Rana VS, a first-year BA Malayalam student of Maharaja's College and her adoptive mother were threatened and manhandled when they ran afoul a group of men in Kochi

Having started out with five students, the academy currently has 150 students in attendance

Paul Paul Academy could be the starting point to your journey through rhythm and movement

The founder of Paul Paul Academy of Rhythm and Movement speaks about fusing the world's greatest artforms

Various feeding spots and watering holes for dogs, birds and other animals have also been identified on the varsity's campus

The new JNU prospectus comes with a list of rare fauna on campus to raise awareness amongst students

JNU is part of the Southern Ridge of Aravali Hills and houses various species of wild fauna

Lalitha Kameswari is 19 year olds | Pics: Vinay Madapu

IIIT-H student Lalitha Kameswari became the proud national winner of Mytrah Talks

Lalitha Kameswari presented her research on language and how it impacts politics at the talks

Homvery has served more than 1,000 customers and aims to start in

Sambalpur-based start-up Homvery completed one successful year and it's headed to Bhubaneswar next 

Co-founder Prahllad Mittal tells us about the celebrations and how they go this far

Study Estonia will also sign a MoU with the Government of Telangana early next year

Here's why picturesque Estonia could be your destination for higher education

Several students from India too opt for Estonia when it comes to higher education 

The vultures would be released most probably by March-April next year in the Bir Shikargaha sanctuary

India to release eight captive-reared vultures with tracking devices

Prior to this release, two captive Himalayan griffon vultures were released in the wild in June 2016 from the Pinjore centre on an experimental basis.

The the campaigners warn that the networking giant must do more to stop groomers who use the site to become friendly with children

Facebook coaxing teenage girls to befriend middle-aged men: Report

In October, Facebook had removed 8.7 million user images of child nudity with the help of previously undisclosed machine learning software

SAHAJ came out with a report which said about 27 per cent of women aged 15 to 49 years have experienced physical violence

One-third of married women in India experience spousal violence: Study 

The study was conducted by Vadodara-based NGO 'SAHAJ' in collaboration with 'Equal Measures 2030'

As per Delhi Prevention of Defacement of Public Property Act, 2007,  Defacement of Public Property is a cognizable offense

Warn students against public property defacement: Delhi govt to schools

Schools have been asked to warn students against defacing public property such as historical monuments, school buildings and flyovers.

The gross enrolment ratio has risen from 12.4 in 2010-11 to 18.5 in 2016-17 (PC: Wikipedia)

Aiming higher: West Bengal's changing Higher Education landscape  

Female enrollment in higher education has increased from 5.62 lakh in FY 2010-11 to 9. 53 lakh in 2016-17. The gross enrollment ratio for female candidates has risen from 10. 9 in 2010-11 to 17.3 in 2

God's own country will need to rebuild 218 bridges, nearly 35,000 kilometres of local roads, an estimated 174,000 houses

Discovery to premiere 'Kerala Floods: The Human Story' on Nov 12

In over 11 straight days of intense rainfall, nearly 25 trillion litres of water fell on Kerala---a state with one of the highest density of population, 44 rivers and 61 dams.

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Women in this AP village will be fined Rs 2000 if seen in their nightgowns before sunset

If someone is found not following the 'rule', a fine of Rs 2000 will be imposed on her. Furthermore, a 'prize' of Rs. 1000 has been earmarked for the person who informs village elders about women not

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Excessive social media use linked to poor well-being leading to depression and loneliness: Study

For the study, researchers from the varsity included 143 undergraduate participants. The team designed their experiment to include the three platforms most popular with the participants

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Innovative online English lessons are helping learners teach themselves is owned by Mike Elchik, the founder and president of WeSpeke, a global language technology company based in the US and affiliated with the Language Technologies Institute

T-Hub has 30 service provider partners which include Amazon Web Services, DigitalOcean, Google, HubSpot Inc, IBM, Microsoft and Zoho Office Suite | Pics: Vinay Madapu

T-Hub at Three: These 6 start-ups at Hyderabad's T-Hub are awesome. Here's why

T-Hub, India's largest business incubator located in Hyderabad, just clocked three years of awesomeness

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Karnataka joins Delhi in banning animals for science experiments in schools

The state has disallowed the use of any kinds of animals during the lab activities or practical classes while teaching Biology

T-Hub's CEO Srinivas Kollipara | Pics: Vinay Madapu

T-Hub at Three: Why Srinivas Kollipara believes red-tape and politics will never stop them

Srinivas Kollipara also talks about former Cabinet Minister KTR and how T-Hub will turn Hyderabad into a true blue global city 

The AICTE is sharing these practices with other institutes in the country so they can adopt them to better their performance

AICTE praises practices of four TN technical institutes, asks others to adopt the same

 the AICTE had listed out best practices followed in 30 technical education institutions across the country, four of which are from Tamil Nadu

By 2020, they plan to provide employment opportunities to about 1000 women (Pic: HelpUsGreen)

Kanpur-based HelpUsGreen is working for a clean Ganga and empowering women as well

HelpUsGreen collects 8.4 tons of floral-waste from temples in Uttar Pradesh, India on a daily basis


How this Bengaluru group is helping kids from at-risk homes get a life

 Srithi Abhinitha talks about Kirubai Project's, Family Support Programme and how it can make a difference in the lives of children from broken homes

Through Priyanka's Milaap campaign, almost Rs 36 lakhs was generated in three days

Selfless Sister Act: How Priyanka T gave more than half her liver to save her sister's life

Twenty five-year-old Sindhu had been diagnosed with drug-induced liver damage and the only remedy was to get a liver transplant

Kraybee awarding the winners of the national level startup competition

This IIT Madras student's app, Melvano, is like LinkedIn for IIT aspirants, only more 'testy'

If you believed that social media was far removed from entrance exams like JEE, check out Melvano, an app developed by an IIT Madras student Taran Singh,for self-learning aspirants to network

A global protest has been organised on November 11 (Pic: Avni The Tigress|Facebook)

#RIPAvni: How you can do your bit for animals by being a part of the global protest on Nov 11

The organisers of the protest are using social media to reach out to an insanely large audience of Indians and animals lovers the world over

They have sessions on development of smart cities in Bhubaneswar and Rourkela, investment potential in tourism and Odisha as a sports destination in the country

Make in Odisha just upped the excitement factor for students with the Smart Odisha Hackathon

The event also features a state-of-the-art expo which will showcase investment opportunities across focus sectors and manufacturing ability of the state

Project DEFY began as a 0 budget idea. Scavenging trash and repurposing everything is how the first Nook survived

People of this village near Bengaluru are super tech-savvy, thanks to Abhijit Sinha's Project DEFY nooks

Through project DEFY, Abhijit Sinha is setting up nooks where people can access the internet and learn things on their own

Arshan Vakil, founder of the Enguru app

From spoken English classes to an English learning app, Bengaluru-based Enguru is making a difference

Enguru has been training millions of users in English to get good jobs. We talk to its founder to find out what it took to get millions of users to use their app

The government has said that it will take strict action against offenders

J&K government to regulate prices of textbooks, uniforms after complaints of exorbitant charges

The decision comes after questions were raised about sale of textbooks and uniforms at exorbitant rates by private schools.

The pilot project was successfully implemented from October 2017 to February 2018 in four selected schools

Kerala launches new programme to increase enrollment of migrant children

A survey conducted by Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan indicated that over 2,500 migrant children had been enrolled in the schools

The certificate was handed to Karthiyani Amma by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan

Kerala's great granny gets laptop as gift after topping literacy exam

Amma was the oldest candidate and the top scorer in the Aksharalaksham programme, a flagship initiative of the state-run Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority

The battle between diet and disease

Poor diets threaten health more than malaria, tuberculosis, measles, says UN report

The report proposes a series of policy actions across the entire food system, including educating all concerned

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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