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Students in Uttarakhand use rope ladder to climb Hillock to reach school after heavy rainfall

In Karnataka too, the situation was found dingy. The people in Chikmagalur region are facing problems while crossing a river through a damaged bridge

Moses couldn't complete his studies as he had to support his mother and brother, as his father had left them.

How 18 days in juvie helped this mobile thief from Chennai turn his life around

Family difficulties pushed him to choose a life of theft and drugs but 18-year-old Moses is finally getting the chance to turn his life around

'Puu' is a queer web-comic series by the 20-year-old artist

This queer Tamil student's comic Puu is smashing gender and religion stereotypes. Check it out!

Nabi's 'Puu' is a web-comic series about sexuality, gender, race, language, religion and its collective politics. But above all, 'Puu' is a story of unabashed love

From the world of violence to the world of baking, Praveen has come a long way

Once arrested for assault, this ex-juvie is now teaching other juveniles to bake

Although Praveen Raj was initially resistant to any change, he soon started welcoming the rehabilitation process and has now moved on from his tragic past

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Bengaluru-based Millet Mama serves traditional millet-based food and has underprivileged women as their chefs

Everything you sit on, touch or see in this unique hotel is second-hand or donated. The menu at Millet Mama revives traditional millet-based food

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No NEET for Ayush admissions: TN Govt says only Class 12 marks to be considered for UG courses

State defies Centre’s circular which has mandated admission of students to the Ayush courses on the basis of the NEET merit list, says only Class 12 marks will be considered for UG courses

Bedi has asked the students to visit her in a month's time and update her about the situation

Would you do this to your kids: How Kiran Bedi shot down Pondy med college for discrimination

The students were being asked to sit in a separate room, did not even have a projector and were being taught by PG students.

The other partner institutions are IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur and IIT Ropar along with International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials

IIT Madras commissions world’s first high-performance microscope that will boost nanotechnology research

A joint effort of 8 top institutions & DST Nano-mission, LEAP is a high-performance microscope that'll boost research in nanotechnology

Pooja Shukla aong with the other protestors on campus

I will fight till I get my Masters seat: Lucknow Uni student who waved black flags at Yogi Adityanath

The 22-year old also spent 26 days in jail after getting arrested for her actions and now is being denied a Masters seat for the same reason.

The film tells the story of a 12-year-old boy, who, inspired by his textbooks and social reform classroom lessons, goes looking for a young groom for his widowed mother

After his film made the cut at Barcelona film fest, K'taka Govt Teacher stays home because of cash crunch

With no professional training in filmmaking, Umesh Virupakshappa, a Kannada school teacher's first ever feature film has been selected by the Barcelona Planet Film Festival

The Karvan-e-Aman bus helps families divided during India-Pakistan partition, meet each other

Karvan-e-Aman bus crosses over the LoC to help families of partition meet each other

The bus between Srinagar and Muzaffarabad is one of the major 'Confidence Building Measures' taken by India and Pakistan in 2005

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Bengaluru Engg students develop an ‘agriculture monitoring system’ for farmers

The second aspect of the system gives an estimate of the soil’s fertility by measuring its pH value, which is a measure of a substance’s acidity

The total cost of building the tractor was Rs 3,52,000 out of which the cost of the engine was Rs 73,160

These St Joseph's students just designed a tractor for 'small' farmers — and it's awesome

Students from St Joseph's Institute of Technology designed an eco-friendly and high-performance tractor and bagged the first prize in the Best Design Category at SAE

The INSV Tarini was built by Aquarius Shipyard in Goa | Pictures: PTI

Ocean's half-dozen: In May, an all-women crew had circumnavigated the globe and this is their story

We listen in to the highs and lows of their journey from two members from the crew, Lieutenant Aishwarya Boddapati and Lt Commander Swathi P​

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Thirteen percent of drones will now support embedded SIMs and advanced cellular connectivity

The connectivity in drones will help in tracking path, remote identification and supporting law standards by regulatory bodies

The two-year management programme is deeply rooted in the domains relevant to the pharmaceutical, biological and life sciences industry

Ahmedabad University starts Global Executive MBA program for pharma professionals

In what is presented as a holistic and dynamic manner, participants from research and development, operations, sales functions in the bio-pharma sectors will hone their leadership skills

More than 40,000 classrooms have turned hi-tech and 4,500 more would do so in Kerala by the end of this month

Over 40,000 classrooms turn hi-tech as part of the Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education initiative

Malappuram district has the highest number of hi-tech classrooms (5,096), followed by Kozhikode (4,105) and Thrissur (3,497)

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Girls will be allowed to wear shorts, pants in Australian schools to help them engage in active play

The latest dress code followed "an extensive review and consultation with stakeholders"

The VE-45 on display

Zip, zap, zoom: Navigate through traffic with Versatile's latest e-bike, the VE-45  

Versatile's new e-bike VE-45 took five years of research, says CEO Chandu Kumar Potti

Rema Rajeshwari, a 2009 batch IPS officer, from Telangana’s Jogulamba Gadwal district is fighting fake news in her own way

This Telangana IPS officer is fighting fake news with folk songs and drums

Rema Rajeshwari, a 2009 batch IPS officer, was born and raised in Munnar and then completed her Masters in Computer Science from School of Computer Sciences (Mahatma Gandhi University)

Aditya Mohanty with children at Adruta Home for Children

How a few good people are stopping Odisha's at-risk children from sinking into a life of crime and darkness

A few dedicated academics and social workers in Bhubaneswar are changing the lives of drug addicts and victimised children using education and literacy as tools of change

A My Tree campaign being organised by the Bakul Foundation

The evergreen gift of giving: How Bakul Foundation's 'My Tree campaign' allows you to gift trees on birthdays, anniversaries

It's been ten years since Bakul Foundation launched the My Tree Campaign. We catch up with Sujit Mahapatra to find out how they have been faring

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18-year-old NEET student from Visakhapatnam commits suicide

The teenager had joined the private NEET centre, three days before taking her own life. Police suspect that ragging at the hostel or academic pressure could have led to the extreme step

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First tribal Khasi woman from Meghalaya to join professional racing team

Phoebe Dale Nongrum will become the first woman from the Khasi tribe to join the Ahura racing team - a professional team started by the three-time national champion, Sarosh Hataria

NYU Shanghai was founded in 2012 through a unique partnership between New York University and East China Normal University

Why NYU Shanghai is a good place to study for Indian students

Eric H Mao of NYUSH talks about the courses offered by the university,  the significance of the Center for Global Asia and a lot more 

The two kids love listening to their grandmother's stories, particularly the scary one about the ghost in the tree

This book tells kids how to tackle difficult childhood experiences 

The author says The Ammuchi Puchi was written to help children deal with the loss of a beloved grandparent.

One of Mahesh's artwork

Don't miss Queerala's Homomorphism II, an art exhibition on same-sex intimacy in Kochi 

Homomorphism II, the exhibition at Kerala History Museum explores same-sex intimacy through art 

Zubin Tatna and team took five to six days to analyse the responses to the survey

The Game Changers of Parenting report gives us an insight into parents and their ways

Mindshare and DigiFaces got together to analyse the changing trends in parenting and we talk to them for more insights

Handmade Therapy will conduct their first workshop in Hyderabad on July 15

Art to the rescue: For the first time in Hyderabad, Handmade Therapy to conduct a knife painting workshop

Participants will wield palette knives to paint Buddha on canvas at Handmade Therapy's first workshop in Hyderabad

The students of the University are protesting over a hike in counselling charges

After Jadavpur sit-in, students of Presidency University in Kolkata protest over hike in counselling fee

The students of Presidency University in Kolkata have been on a sit-in over the hike of counselling fee from Rs 100 to Rs 500

The panel has been set up to handle the dark side of digital innovation

UN sets up high-level panel to deal with cyberwarfare and other 'dark sides' of digital innovation

The appointed executive director of the 20-member panel is Indian diplomat Amandeep Gill, and will be co-chaired by Jack Ma, co-founder of tech giant Ali Baba

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Nearly 100 students fall sick due to apparent food poisoning at a government-run Bihar school

Students of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalay in Barahiya complained of uneasiness soon after consuming dinner in their hostel late

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Enterprise Development Centres to spur entrepreneurship at all levels in the country

MSME-DI, Hyderabad has set up the first EDC Cell which started functioning and it has come up with draft guidelines on EDCs

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Why boys and girls should be put in separate classes

When both genders learn together, they are subconsciously trying to impress each other, thus leading to them being distracted

Bigg Boss as mindless, there are a plethora of life lessons to be learned from this show

Five life lessons that you can learn by watching Bigg Boss

Trust yourself to be assertive: One cannot afford to be submissive as it will show you in a bad light

The language of football is used widely by commentators, news reporters, and  Twitter users

Understanding the language of football: What do terms like 'get the ball rolling' mean

The expression ‘to get the ball rolling’ is very commonly used by speakers of English. It is used to refer to the act of starting something off

Facebook has increased the rate of hiring women by 5 percent

Facebook increases the rate of hiring women and members of under-represented communities

The social media giant has increased its intake of women by 5 percent, and has also taken the initiative to hire more members from the Black, Hispanic and LGBTQ communities

The law college is 127-years-old

If evicted by HC, 127-year-old Madras law college students to seek help at SC

The students of Dr Ambedkar Law College, Chennai are fighting to study in their heritage campus which recently got bifurcated to Kancheepuram and Tiruvallur

The 25-year-old from a little village in UP, works a full time job and revives dying lakes by raising awareness about water conservation

This 25-year-old from UP found it hard to make his villagers believe in water conservation; today they are reviving their dying lakes together

Ramveer Tanwar grew up amidst lush farm lands only to realise that the lakes in his village were dying. The 25-year-old has been unstoppable in raising awareness around water conservation, since

Chikkoos Tours and Travel is owned and run by Ambadi Travel that operates out of Thiruvananthapuram

This bus in Kerala has porn stars painted all over, owner says the aim is to attract "students"

The bus has paintings of porn stars like Keiran Lee, Ava Addams, Johnny Sins, Jordi and former adult stars like Mia Khalifa and Sunny Leone on it's exterior

Marcel Zaes used computer as a tool to alter and vary sounds, during his concert at Delhi

This musician just gave the audiences of Delhi 'a concert experience without instruments'

Marcel Zaes presented 'Pulsations' at the Oddbird Theatre in Delhi, which assembled sounds via a computer, altering a varying them to create a 'techno-organic' immersive music

NASA may have accidentally destroyed the organic molecules which indicated life on Mars

NASA's probe to Mars may have accidentally destroyed organic molecules in the planet, report reveals

The organic molecules which first suggested that there could be possible life on Mars, may have been destroyed by NASA's explorer probe, a report has found

Telangana Forest department has selected 15 women from Cheekupally village which is located just around 200 metres away from the gate leading to the waterfalls

Soon, an all-women run restaurant to be opened at Bogatha waterfalls in Hyderabad

Officials said that there are further plans to develop the tourist spot and that they are expecting more people to visit the site

EasyStitch takes the formalities of tailoring online

School uniform measurements at home? Call Trivandrum's EasyStitch, which is revving up the tailoring industry

On April 16, EasyStitch was registered as an official business in Trivandrum. In no time, people flocked to this service that seemed to solve all the issues

Team leader K Naushad Saheb posing with the rail fault detection

Smart India Hackathon 2018: How these runners-up from Chennai are making railway travel safer for us  

Students of Aalim Muhammed Salegh College of Engineering want to do away with manual checks on railway tracks to reduce labour cost and better safety of the passengers

Google assistant assigned random colours to its voice assistants to avoid gendered associations

Google goes gender sensitive by introducing random colour schemes to its voice assistant options

Google assigned randomly selected colours to the eight voice assistant options available, in a bid to avoid gendered associations of a colour to a male or female voice

It's all about business, many anti-NEET activists feel

Conducting NEET twice a year is a business model that will help coaching institutes get richer

The education activist explains why he thinks that the extra attempts is not going to bring any relief to the students and where the focus should actually be

At schools like KC High, children are learning to become global citizens

Why schools like KC High are here to educate and build global citizens of tomorrow

Kid's Central, a popular school in Chennai, has recently opened its branch in Navalur. We get talking to the Head of school, on how schools like KC High are raising a generation of global citizens

The doctors of Dubai Health Authority are performing free heart surgeries for a 100 children from India

These doctors from Dubai are providing free heart surgeries for 100 children from India

The cardiac team from the Dubai Health Authority are performing free heart surgeries for children from India, under their initiative 'Nabadat'

The JNU student council has been at the forefront of many student movements

Death of democracy: JNU Students Union barred from academic council for 'abusing' VC

The students have been issued a notice stating that they are under "enquiry" for using abusive languages against the VC

Facebook has announced a new feature to detect malicious accounts

This new feature on Facebook could help you identify suspicious accounts 

After consecutive privacy goof-ups, Facebook has announced testing for a new feature which will help identify fake or malicious accounts

It also sets out a framework to reintegrate children associated with armed groups or armed forces into society

According to a recent UN report, 1 in 4 children live in a country of conflict or disaster 

Sweden, which holds the Security Council presidency this month, organised the open meeting on the theme 'Protecting Children Today Prevents Conflict Tomorrow'

Google announced the mentorship program to meet the local needs of India

Google just announced an India-tailored mentorship program for local start-ups

The Launchpad Accelerator India will mentor start-ups in Machine Learning and AI to build on India's local needs

Students feel that the hunger strike is their last resort

4 Jadavpur Uni students hospitalised, 20 continue hunger strike to protest scrapping of admission test

The University has already called for an emergency meeting to discuss the situation and find a solution but the students are refusing to give up on the fast

Kerala state government has decided to allot seats for transgender persons in colleges

Kerala's transgender community welcomes state government's move to allot seats for them in colleges

In a move being praised as a progressive step towards inclusive education, the Kerala state government has decided to allot seats for transgender persons in colleges

The Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry announced that six institutes as Institutions of Eminence

IIT Delhi, IISc among six Institutions of Eminence declared by the Union HRD Ministry

As per the University Grants Commission (Institutions of Eminence Deemed to be Universities) Regulations, 2017, the Ministry was to select 20 IoEs -- 10 private and 10 public

Costing is something the weavers are yet to understand, says Nookala

Meet Akhila Nookala, the Hyderabadi girl who is working with Assamese weavers to make their products market-ready

Nookala is from Hyderabad and as an SBI Youth For India fellow, is working with weavers 

The UGC NET exam was conducted in eight locations in Tiruchy

UGC NET candidates in Tiruchy blame delays in reaching centres due to lack of transport

Candidates from the central districts had chosen Tiruchy as their preferred centre as they believed they would reach the city faster

Heelium was officially launched in July 2017

This bamboo footwear, designed by IIT Roorkee grads, will let you run without injuring yourself

Prateek Sharma, Co-founder, and CEO is a Sports Engineer from Center for Sports Engineering Research, Sheffield, UK and a Materials Engineer from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

NIIT has announced the TPaaS initiative to ensure job ready youth for the changing roles in the job market

How NIIT is looking to make 20,000 youth from South India reliable and job ready in 3 years

NIIT, a global talent and skill development organisation, has introduced the TPaaS initiative to support skill-seeking employers, by making the youth ready for different roles in today's market

Two brothers N Umapathy and N Thangaraj sought to change things over a decade ago by setting up a community organisation to help teach slum kids football

How two brothers in Chennai's Vyasarpadi have used football to save a whole generation from gangs and ganja

The organisation currently has 150 players who receive professional training out of whom 25 players participate in state-level competitions

GNE provides a qualified advocate to ensure the legal rights of the children of prisoners who live with a single parent

Raja-vin Paarvai Prison Pakkam: How this diff-abled educator is putting convicts' kids through school

A differently-abled prison activist, KR Raja has been addressing the issues of more than 200 children of incarcerated parents to help them live a better life

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Why is it important to learn words in chunks?

According to Neuroscience research, it is easier for us to remember lexical chunks than isolated words

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Why you should develop a professional approach while job hunting if you are serious about your career

In a competitive world like today, the aspect of searching for a job has to be dealt with in a professional manner in which the graduates will have to prepare in a systematic way to emerge successfull

For those lucky to be employed, the retirement age in many cases has gone up from 58 to 60 and in many countries, it is beyond 60

Should retired workers be recalled? How the German government is discouraging people from retiring early

Germany faces a serious skill shortage as the post-war ‘baby boomer’ generation retires. The working-age population is expected to shrink by approximately 2 million by 2030

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How the visual expression of music has changed through evolving album cover designs

With dramatic stage lighting or chiaroscuro profile shots, prints of their visages made for good cover images

His Rajasthan team won the gold at the Cerebral Palsy National Football Championship

Rajasthan-based footballer Raquim Khan wants to do away with the word 'disabled' and help such children through sports

When his football career ended, Raquim Khan didn't let himself feel too badly. Instead, he started training differently-abled children in the sport

Six women, including actor Manisha Kelkar and dentist Ritika Oberoi, became part of history when they drove the Formula LGB cars at the Kari Motor Speedway over the weekend

An Actress, a dentist, a mother of two: Females from all walks of life form India's first all-women racing team

'Ahura Racing' is the name of the team which came to being 12 women were picked out of 190 who sent in their entries for the talent hunt organised in Coimbatore

Koppu was a software engineer who came to the US in January to pursue his master's degree

Sharath Koppu, 26-year-old Telangana student shot dead at a restaurant in the US

The police released a brief video of the suspect inside the restaurant moments before the shooting and asked for the community's assistance in identifying him

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Breaking stereotypes: Shia Muslim artists create Hindu wedding mandaps in Jaipur

The art of tazia making arrived in India from Central Asia and is said to have flourished during the Mughal rule

As Bala Reddy comes from a family of farmers, he feels that he understands their real problems better

'Our Food' makes the life of farmers easier by offering processing units and storage facilities

A team of 15 is constantly working along with farmer of Telangana. Soon they plan to expand to other states as well 

A student from the International Institute of Information Technology - Bangalore (IIIT-B) has bagged a prestigious residency program with tech giant Google

International Institute of Information Technology Bengaluru student bags residency program with Google that pays 1.2 crore per year

Hailing from Mumbai, Aditya completed his schooling and class 12 there before heading to Bengaluru. As a child, Aditya was always fascinated by computers

All of Abhimanyu's friends remember him as someone who always wore a smile on his face no matter what situation he was in

Maharaja's College students remember Abhimanyu - the singer, football player and their comrade

Abhimanyu was stabbed to death on campus by members of a rival political party. His friends recall his charming personality and his unwavering faith in the SFI

The workshop will be held in Lahe Lahe

This workshop at Lahe Lahe will help you host a workshop of your own

  Gear up for the Art of Facilitation workshop, that is set to take place in Bengaluru on July 8. It will teach you about facilitating a workshop and the skills needed to do so

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Meet S A Ain from Kozhikode, eleven-year-old who will represent Kerala in Japan at the APCC summit

APCC is a cultural exchange programme conducted by the Japan government annually. The convention will be attended by six students each from about 46 countries in the Asia-Pacific region

Human Library Bhubaneswar is being organised on July 15

Do away with your prejudices about people at The Human Library in Bhubaneshwar, courtesy Bhubaneswar Poetry Club

BPC has arranged for an interesting range of human books which will help you chase away all your prejudice 

The project, named ‘Nervazhi’ will be implemented as part of the Educare scheme of the district panchayat which aims for the academic and co-curricular development of students

‘Nervazhi’ project in Kozhikode to spread awareness on cyberbullying and educate students about cyber issues

In the first phase of the project, a training programme will be conducted for school teachers to brief them about the project and teach them about cybersecurity

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Young, well-educated people are more likely to change jobs and industries, an European study suggests

The results, published in the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, show that people were more likely to change their organisations, and occupations when they were younger

Two students of institutes run by GMR Varalakshmi Foundation are set to  pursue courses under the Community College Initiative Programme  in the US

Two students of institutes run by GMR Varalakshmi Foundation selected for study in the US

The admission process for this programme focuses on the selection of a deserving candidate from the underprivileged community from other countries for a one-year course

His rendition of the Vishwaroopam song was so evocative that the likes of Shankar Mahadevan, Kamal Hassan and Gopi Sundar have already contacted him

One video changed his life, how Rakesh Nooranad caught the attention of his idol Shankar Mahadevan and netizens

It all began when his friend shot a video of him singing. Rakesh Nooranadu, a daily wage labourer, is now a celebrity in his hometown and will soon be debuting in the Malayalam and Tamil music indus

For Sandhya, the word hero is synonymous with Vijay

Meet this 24-year-old Vijay fan who sketched Sarkar's viral double exposure poster

Sandhya Swaminathan, a 24-year-old Coonor based artist's sketch of Sarkar's first look poster had gone viral a few days ago

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Tamil Nadu medical entrance aspirant allowed to attend counselling after being rejected for nativity

S G Athul Chand, who had filed a petition seeking permission to attend the State medical counselling after his application was rejected based on nativity,  has been directed to attend the counselling

The Tamil Nadu Private Schools (Regulation) Bill 2018, passed through a voice vote in the House

Tamil Nadu Private Schools (Regulation) Bill gives the state more authority over private schools

The provisions in the bill enable the State government authorities to have the infrastructure and manpower of private schools at its disposal​

The latest step involves preparing college students as “Modi's Messengers” who will spread the word on government's policies

Government to rope in college, school students to be 'Modi Messengers' to publicise its policies

In the first phase, the plan is being started in four states in north-east, including Assam, Tripura, Meghalaya, and Manipur which will see 500 principals and 700 college students being trained

Dr Hegde has coordinated with over 1,400 institutions for the purpose of accreditation

Dr Ganesh Hegde's latest book is a one-stop guide for colleges and universities to get better accreditation 

Ganesh Hegde, the Deputy Advisor of NAAC tells us about his latest book Internal Quality Assurance System 7 Action Points

The series will involve people from 40 countries travelling across the Himalayan range

Check out Rahul Pandey's Himalayan reality show featuring trekkers from 40 countries

Producer and director Rahul Pandey talks about his upcoming reality TV series 'We are travellers'

The wheelchair does not need any joystick to move

These students from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham developed a self-driven wheelchair that costs less than Rs 1 lakh 

The students' biggest challenge was to curb the cost within Rs 1 lakh. But they made sure that they develop a product that is accessible to the common man

Manjunath Devareddy just completed his BTech in Mechanical Engineering from YDIT College, Bengaluru

I still haven't fixed my phone: How Bengaluru student Manjunath Devareddy's life changed after he tackled a chain snatcher

Manjunath, a native of Ballari and a student of YDIT College, helped the police catch the chain snatcher despite getting stabbed twice himself

Anuksha Gulati, a 19-year-old, has been selected for the Harvard-led HPAIR conference

Help this 19-year-old to address some of the most important environmental issues at a Harvard-initiated global conference this August

Anuksha Arsh Gulati is an environmentally woke teenager who has been selected for the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations, 2018 - and she needs your help to be able to attend it!

Ashwani is going to continue his studies but says he will always remain connected to Rajghat

Meet Rajasthan medical student Ashwani Parashar who crowdfunded solar power and clean water for the village of Rajghat

Parashar is a medical student from Rajasthan who has been working with the people of Rajghat to help them access the basic facilities that they are lacking

The coaching classes could help better candidates apply for the army, authorities said

DAV Chennai launches coaching classes for NDA aspirants

DAV is conducting 10-weekend coaching classes for male students who have passed their 12th standard and are aspiring to be a part of the Indian army

UNESCO delegation entered into an agreement with Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board (APEDB) for the establishment of 'Gaming Digital Learning Hub'

UNESCO to set up a 'Design University for Gaming' in Visakhapatnam

Gaming Technology will be the best source of income in future and IT giants like UBSoft, Samsung, Microsoft etc are ready to establish their centres in Visakhapatnam

Students of Jadavpur University are protesting the withdrawal of admission tests for its Arts courses

The students of Jadavpur University are protesting the institute’s decision to scrap admission tests - here is all you need to know

Roughly 200 students have been sitting-in, protesting the withdrawal of admission tests and the possible influence of the state government in the decision. We spoke to few students from the University

Through the programme, the fellows will also get the opportunity to hone their skills in leadership, people-management, public-speaking, conflict resolution, relationship building etc

Want to become a fellow at Akshaya Patra Foundation? Here's your chance

The Foundation is inviting applications from innovative social entrepreneurs to participate in social initiatives

Though 20 mini-fab labs were set up in as many engineering colleges in the state, in the first phase, its implementation is being scuttled

Kochi colleges reject robotics, hell-bent on traditional engineering curriculum  

Every change is being torpedoed. We can manage political opposition from outside, but what if the changes are resisted from within, says a prof who thinks changes are important

This unfortunate incident got trolled on social media as well

Visvesvaraya Technological University sets wrong question paper, gets trolled on social media

The students who arrived at the examination hall to write their Mechatronics Satellite Communications paper waited for waited for an hour inside the exam hall, before being told to go home

It was perceived that success in the entrance exams mostly depended on access to private coaching centres, which many from economically poor families are unable to afford

A NEET jump: Electrician’s son from government school joins Vellore Medical College

Charan on Tuesday secured a seat in the Vellore Medical College on the second day of counselling for admission

Google Doodle celebrated Hubert Cecil Booth on his 147th birth anniversary

Google Doodle pays tribute to Hubert Cecil Booth, the man who invented the vaccum cleaner

Hubert Cecil Booth was a civil engineer whose path breaking invention of the vacuum cleaner, was used to clean the carpets in Westminster Abbey

Akhu Chinganbam, the mind behind the music project, knew that music could be the language that would bury the differences which Manipur fostered (Picture Credits: Kazi Neel)

Meet the musician taking the language of peace to the children of Manipur, the land of unrest

The music project, A Native Tongue Called Peace, was started in 2015 at a children's home, to help the children explore their differences and come together through music

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