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Thousands of miles apart, Indian students in China and parents back home share the same worry  

After the coronavirus outbreak in China, we caught up with a few Indian students and their families in India

There are quite a few worried parents in the country

Why parents are worried: 20,000 in China, 500 Indian students in epicentre of Coronavirus breakout

Students from India mostly go to China for a medical degree. Most Indian students studying in Wuhan are enrolled in medical universities  

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Got a PhD from a CSIR institute? You can't get a job in some NITs. This is why

A few NITs in the country accept candidates for the faculty position, only if they have at least one degree from a CFTI. No CSIR institutes are included in the list of CFTIs

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This Indian student escaped China a few days before the coronavirus outbreak — but his brother is still stuck there

China has reported almost 26 coronavirus deaths. 830 people are admitted in various hospitals, after getting infected

ENERGY EFFICIENT: The whole process consumes the least amount of energy

Building a house? This Mumbai start-up just created building tiles using polluted air!

The carbon tile has been invented using upcycled carbon and might be an important step in managing carbon emissions. This is the story of how these youngsters made that happen

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Coronavirus outbreak: All you need to know about the virus and its impact

A novel coronavirus, identified by Chinese authorities on January 7 and currently named 2019-nCoV, is a new strain that had not been previously identified in humans

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How artist Ayushee Ghoshal's latest spoken word slam ties together Sylvia Plath and Sita

Ayushee Ghoshal performed her most powerful piece yet, Patterns, at The Habitat Studios in Mumbai to speak about why toxic patterns need to be broken

The first edition of Design Beat when it happened in Chennai (Pics: Social Beat)

Design Beat can train you to use design to bring behavioural changes. Here's how

Panisa Shah, Creative Head of Social Beat speaks about the skills required for an aspiring designer to develop and why one must attend their second edition of Design Beat

One of the lakes in Hyderabad

It is important to listen to the silent voices of our environment: This award-winning short film tells us why

The theme of the film, A Silent Voice, aligns with the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN and speaks for lakes all around the world

After all, everybody loves cakes

Want your next cake to feel like home? Check out this portal for the latest on the homebakers near you

The website homebakers.co.in also organises masterclasses, competitions and events for home bakers to nurture and sensitise the community 

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Two in five millennials feel uncomfortable if they aren't able to check their work email for 3-4 hours

The findings also reveal some interesting insights on how emails affect employee productivity. As many as 63 per cent millennials agreed that long emails hampered their workplace productivity

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Students yet to register for new academic year, may do so under older hostel rates: Delhi HC to JNU students

A bench of Justice Rajiv Shakdher also issued notices to MHRD and UGC which were impleaded in the matter

Arun Kumar Sahoo

MLAs will no longer be part of college governing bodies in Odisha, says Sahoo

Sahoo said the State Government will induct academicians, educationists and persons with experience as the presidents of the governing body of the colleges

Voice of a 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy reproduced  (Pic: Google)

Egyptian mummy speaks again after 3,000 years after scientists develop 3D print of his intact vocal chords

The researchers, including those from the University of London in the UK, believe the Egyptian mummy, Nesyamun, lived during the politically volatile reign of pharaoh Ramses XI

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Parents of 500 Indian students studying in China worried as coronavirus death toll spikes, 5 cities shut down

There are nearly about 500 students from India pursuing their PHDs and medicine in China. They have been asked not to step out of our dormitories

The play itself is about the struggles of being an actor

Why Anuja Ghosalkar's Lady Anandi bends storytelling and narrative to explore a woman's role in theatre

The self-styled 'Drama Queen' who gave into her family's tradition of acting speaks about how she decided to use it to understand her role better

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LP school teacher suspended in Kottayam for caning seven-year-old boy for not reading Malayalam properly

A teacher at an aided school in Kuruppanthara has been placed under suspension for brutally caning a seven-year-old boy. The police have booked a case against the teacher

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Revised dates announced for Engineering EAMCET, exams to be held on May 4,5,7 and 8

According to the revised schedule, the EAMCET exam for the students of engineering stream would be held on May 4, 5, 7 and 8 and the dates for the exams of agriculture stream remains the same

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Not just Hindi and English, brush up on Urdu as well for more agile brain

It was found that the brains of those reading Urdu were more active than those reading Hindi and English. This has its advantages as well as disadvantages

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Hyderabad school teacher booked for thrashing student after he tore pages out of his notebook

After returning home from school, he told his parents about the incident. They immediately took him to a private hospital, where he had to undergo a series of tests

AP's CM Jagan Mohan Reddy

Why is the council trying to obstruct the pro-poor English Medium in Government Schools Bill, wonders AP's CM Jagan Mohan Reddy   

The English Medium in Government Schools Bill is the same bill which is going to make it mandatory for all government schools across Andhra Pradesh to use English as the medium of instruction 

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What will happen to board exam-bound Class 5, 8 students in TN if they don't get a community certificate in time?

Even though every child seems to have an Aadhaar card today, acquiring a community certificate is still a herculean task for most students in the state. But is it possible to get one before the exams?

Robot making at SP Robotic Works

#RoboHealsPlanet: Chennai students to plant saplings at Anna University using 300 robots they built

The event will see robots planting saplings and other robots which will also water the saplings. The robots, made by the students themselves, took about two months to complete

Shimla

Maybe I'll believe in ghosts when I see one: Anita Krishnan on her latest book of spooky stories

For Anita Krishnan, ideas usually come during her walks. And there have been many times when she had to cut her walk short and run back to jot down the idea

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Reciting preamble every Saturday made mandatory in MP government schools

The move to make students read out the preamble to the Constitution comes at a time when large-scale protests are being held against the CAA and the NRC

Prof S Bhattacharya, Co-author of the Research paper, with the NSP set-up (Pic: IITM)

IIT Madras, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology researchers develop cathode materials for longer-lasting ion batteries

While lithium-ion batteries are ubiquitous in daily life with almost all consumer items being powered by them today, their limited lifetime has remained a challenge to overcome

B Lenin Dani Raj receiving the award

Meet this Coimbatore-based artist who has drawn over 50 species of birds and animals

B Lenin Dani Raj's 'Our tangled love' featuring a pair of Common rose butterfly on a Heliconia species bagged the award. Seven of his artworks were displayed in the Venkatappa Art Gallery, Bengaluru

Mangat Ram Sharma, Principal Secretary, State Higher Education Dept with MOP Vaishnav College Principal Lalitha Balakrishnan and Former UGC Vice-Chairman Dr H Devaraj at the Conclave |Pic: D Sampath K

NAAC, NIRF rankings meaningless. Institutes need to develop brand equity: Former UGC Vice-Chairman H Devaraj

He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also asked him about the NAAC grades and he had to reply honestly even though he had been the chairman of NAAC at one point

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Telangana HC seeks NIT's decision by Jan 27 on the plea filed by student suspended for consuming pot on campus

On Tuesday, the petitioner's counsel told the court that his client was not allowed to attend the classes or write the first-semester examination

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Karnataka's DTE rope in lecturers for online classes to make up for shortage of teachers in polytechnic colleges

The Department of Technical Education is using the option of Google Suite under which more than 20 colleges can be accommodated and  colleges are equipped with projectors required for classrooms

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PUBG fever: Bengaluru teen throws stones on cars and houses like players do in the game

Locals got panicked and alerted Jala Nagar Police Station. The police arrived at the spot and tied him with ropes and moved him to the district hospital

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Serving food to lakhs of kids in Karnataka, why are mid-day meal workers paid peanuts?

What if  mid-day meal workers at schools go on long leave? The kids in Karnataka State got to witness a glimpse of this situation when thousands of mid-day meal workers protested for two days 

Such incidents have occurred in schools in the state in the past too

Cuddalore teen slashes classmate's head with penknife after hurling casteist slurs at him

The Kamatchi Shanmugam Matriculation Higher Secondary School management had warned the victim to say that he fell off the bench

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Government school medical aspirants left in the lurch, as NEET coaching yet to re-start

Government school teachers were engaged in 'election duty', disabling them from continuing the classes. The students have so far received training for only a little over 3 months, in total

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By 2025, medical students can get a postgraduate degree without going to college according to panel 

The idea was introduced by a panel under the 15th finance commission who said that PG doctors can be trained in hospitals without medical colleges

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This Kolkata teacher started a footpath dispensary for doctors to treat slum kids' ailments. Inspiration much?

The footpath dispensary falls under the aegis of his organisation Feed (food, education and economic development), which began its journey three years ago in parts of Kolkata

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Two model anganwadis with world-class facilities to come up at Chennai's Ashok Nagar

The Greater Chennai Corporation had previously planned for renovating anganwadis, but fund crunch proved a hurdle. Now the civic body is inviting private players to adopt anganwadis in the city

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Here's how ACCA's professional courses are helping accountants to be future ready

Given the global landscape, there is a demand to create strategic business thinkers who can define strategic business thinking, says Reza Ali, Director, Professional Education

The team that developed the air-purifier (Pic: LPU)

Student researchers from LPU, IISER develop algae-based air purifier that will neutralise 98% of the harmful gases

The team, including BTech students Anant Kumar Rajput and Deepak Deb, has also developed a working prototype of the product and successfully conducted trials

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Cracking India's toughest exams: How Allen Institute is helping students ace JEE, NEET and more

Five years ago, Allen Career Institute set up their first base in south India, in Bengaluru. Now, they're spreading across the south and plan to expand more in the coming years

Kay Roberts in the process of baking

Meet the home baker who introduced the Brazilian Brigadeiro to Chennai

Kay Roberts, the founder of the Chennai-based online baking line Kay's Bakes, talks about how she ended up in the baking business

Ajmal Akram is the founder of Monsieur Vogue, designer and a runway model

Meet this 23-year-old fashion business owner who has made designer wear affordable

Creating a business out of a sheer passion for fashion, Ajmal Akram shares with us his journey of setting up Monsieur Vogue 

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CBSE to allow use of calculators in exam for children with special needs

To avail the facility, the students have to give a request to the schools by January 28 and principals will have to forward it to concerned regional office of CBSE

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How Hyderabad theatre veteran Dr Pejjai Nagaraju is getting students to 'play' nice

The courses that Hyderabad-based Dr Pejjai Nagaraju has taught include children's theatre, physical movement, modern theatre, scenography and technical theatre 

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Everything you need to know about the 11th Indian Film Festival of Bhubaneswar

The movies of the Indian Film Festival of Bhubaneswar are being screened at the Odissi Research Centre. For the schedule, check out their Facebook page 

Sean Solano Paul has developed trash sorter app

This nine-year-old from Bengaluru created an app that can help us segregate our waste. Check it out

Sean Solano Paul's app, Trash Sorter, can turn learning about waste segregation into a fun activity and help you sort your trash correctly. He is currently building the second version of this app

Nishi Srivastava along with participants when she conducted Lippan Kaam workshop

How The Craftsutra is getting India's young to reconnect with our dying art forms all over again

Nishi Srivastava through her platform The Craftsutra, is teaching people about different and not-so-popular artforms in India. Her workshops are attended by people across all the age-groups

Sneha Sundaram and Bharath Bevinahally (Pics: Sneha Sundaram)

Tired of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star? Kutuki can help your kids get Indian rhymes

Sneha Sundaram, Founder of Kutuki speaks about their app specially developed for preschool kids and how it helps them develop language and soft skills. The rhymes are available in four languages
 

Sunder Raju, Chairman, Atria Convergence Technologies

ACT on this: How internet baron Sunder Raju is planning to re-engineer India's students

Sunder Raju, Chairman of ACT Fibernet speaks about their upcoming Atria Engineering University and how it'll be a game-changer for aspiring students and the education sector 

Dr Albert P’Rayan, an English Language Teaching (ELT) professional, teacher trainer and education columnist (Pic: Dr Albert P’Rayan)

Why all anglophiles should read author and columnist  Albert P'Rayan's latest book, English Essentials

The book promises to decode all the 'isms' and give a comprehensive understanding of the English language. This is the popular columnist's second book after English Blues and promises a great read!

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Dream sky-high: 44 Divyang children take maiden flight over Bhubaneshwar, thanks to Odisha government 

tate SSEPD Minister Ashok Panda, Union Civil Aviation Joint Secretary Usha Padhee and Odia film stars Akash Dasnayak and Sabyasachi Mishra were present at the airport to see off the children

Students during a Zero Lab Project session (Pic: NSEF)

Chennai's Zero Lab Project is making science experiments fun, low cost and low maintenance. Here's how

Nagalakshmi N Vijaykumar, through her Zero Lab Project initiative, aims to impart quality practical learning to government school children who may not have access to it otherwise. We find out more  

Brijesh Rai

Researchers launch Twitter campaign in support of sacked IIT Guwahati whistleblower professor

IIT Guwahati Professor Dr Brijesh Kumar Rai, who had alleged corruption by the IIT-G Director was asked to retire a few days ago and the fallout has been a series of protests

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This Kerala man went viral after gifting his wife 100 books as Mehr for their wedding

The books that Ijas gifted his wife includes the Quran, Bible, Bhagavad Gita and the Constitution of India. The pictures of this unique book demand have since gone viral on social media

The green initiatives are put into action with the help of student groups

How this Kerala college managed to go 100% green will give you #SustainabilityGoals

This is how Rajagiri College of Social Sciences has managed to walk the talk when it comes to sustainability and conservation on campus

The school was set up in Kunnathumala in the year 2014

Remember the Kerala teacher who rowed her way to a Govt School? This is what she is doing today

The solitary teacher in one of the deepest forests in Kerala speaks about how she manages to row her way to her students — and why she has dedicated her life to the cause

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MP school principal suspended over distribution of notebooks with Savarkar's image, BJP MLA protests with students

The principal of a government school here was suspended by the state government after notebooks carrying pictures of Veer Savarkar were allegedly distributed in the school

If Azeem was a college student in 2020, he says that would be on the streets, protesting and simultaneously cracking jokes

The Azeem Banatwalla interview: Is there anyone that this comedian hasn't offended through his jokes? 

Comedian Azeem Banatwalla has been offending people with his jokes for over 8 years now. And there's nothing he wouldn't joke about, he confesses

Banana Leaf Technology products

Can banana leaves replace paper? Ask this 21-year-old from Virudhunagar and be amazed! 

Tenith Adithyaa from Virudhunagar came up with an innovation called the Banana Leaf Technology, which increases the shelf life of banana leaves to almost three years and is completely eco-friendly

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Dream Run: How Priyanka Nag used Dreamcatchers and art to tide over Multiple Sclerosis

Priyanka Nag is currently learning how to play the guitar and rediscovering her love for it. She also loves listening to 70s and 80s Bollywood music in her free time 

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These Bhubaneswar school students created an IoT stick for farmers to detect bacteria in crops

International Robotronics Competition (IRC) League is the brainchild of Avishkaar, a company that creates products and experiences which boost innovation in students

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Remember school field trips? This start-up is redefining the concept. Check out how

"What students learn in class, they can experience the same during our field trips. Let students have meaningful trips to enhance knowledge instead of resort visits,: Manoj Reddy, CEO, Trippko

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You'll love Hyderabad home baker Namrata Sultania's bite-sized cupcakes. Here's why

Hyderabad's Namrata Sultania has hit a home run with her mini cupcakes that are available in three flavours — chocolate, vanilla and red velvet. The ganache is either white chocolate or dark chocolate

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How Karthik Pallam is using Telangana's youth for social change through weekend volunteering!

Schools are considered temples of learning and who said they have to look dull? The Hyderabad-based NGO We Can Make A Change not just paints government schools but also renovates them

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India likely to have its own TOEFL for foreign students, in hope to improve university rankings 

According to the ICCR, there are around 50,000 foreign students, mostly from Asian and African countries, studying in various degree programmes in India.

The students have been protesting ever since the Gate was closed down last month

IIT Madras students to wear black in protest against shutting of Krishna Gate  

The students have also claimed that the administration is identifying students who are protesting and asking faculties to warn them against it  

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This IIT-M initiative to help students gain industry experience even before graduation. Here's how

Through ‘TEEDE Project,’ Institute is tying up with industries to train students for industrial requirement as well as encouraging translational research 

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Basic demand on fee hike met, calls for JNU VC's removal now not reasonable: HRD Minister Pokhriyal

The basic demand of students about the hostel fees hike has been met. The calls for JNU VC's removal now are not reasonable, removing anybody is not the solution, said the minister

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JNUSU moves Delhi High Court to stop administration from imposing late fee for registration

The plea was filed by JNUSU members including President Aishe Ghose, Vice President Saket Moon and others. The plea also seeks directions to the varsity to stop implementation of the hostel manual

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Goa University may turn into JNU, need police protection after Afghan student's death: NSUI

Goa NSUI president Ahraz Mulla now said that students studying at the University were fearing a 'JNU-like' situation in the campus, referring to the violent conflict between students some weeks back

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Nearly half billion people lack decent jobs: UN's International Labour Organisation 

The global unemployment rate has remained relatively stable over much of the past decade, according to the UN's International Labour Organisation

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Amidst tension, JNU's NCC cadets will parade on republic day, says VC 

Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar also says that 82 per cent of the students have registered for the winter semester, despite the fee hike  

Wall Construction underway as underway as part of the Palar Check Dam designed by IIT Madras Researchers (Pic: IIT Madras)

This IIT Madras-designed Check Dam will help Palar River to store surplus rainwater

While a conventional weir-type check dam costs around Rs 82 crore and takes up to one year for construction, this project was completed with a funding of Rs 32.5 crore in six months

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Good marks in exams are not everything: PM Modi to students during 'Pariksha Pe Charcha'

PM Narendra Modi also said that children should be pursued not pressured into studies and parents should see that they also have ample amount of time to commit to extra-curricular activities

Scratchpad with sticky notes and flags notebook by Max Rebuilds

Now, you can get upcycled stationery in exchange for the waste you collect. Let this Gurugram teen tell you how

Thirteen-year-old Vikramjeet Singh Kanwal wants his fellow youngsters to make small changes in their lives for the betterment of the environment. He speaks us about his plans for the future

Sachin Rajeev working on a portrait (Pic: Sachin Rajeev)

This Bengaluru pencil artist got even Malayalam actor Tovino to take notice of his work

Sachin Rajeev draws pencil portraits and his artworks are too classy that he has about 10.4k followers in Instagram and has gained the attention of popular actors from Malayalam movie industry

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How NIRDPR aims to build ‘change agents’ of tomorrow with its new courses in rural development

The two-year programme, spread over six trimesters, consists of classroom teaching and interactive learning, field visits; and organisational internships

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PM Modi interacts with students at exhibition ahead of 'Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020'

The first edition of Prime Minister's Interaction Programme with school and college students 'Pariksha Pe Charcha 1.0' was held at Talkatora Stadium on February 16, 2018

Get second-hand books here

Looking to buy textbooks that are easy on your pocket for the next semester? Check out this website

Abhishek Nagar set up the website bx-zone.com more than three and a half years back and today it is teeming with bookworms and booklovers

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Will focus on higher education next term: Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia

For the term that ends next month, the journalist-turned-politician has a few unfulfilled wishes, but he was "satisfied" with the work they could do

MADIEE Board Games

These board games can entertain you and get you to learn at the same time. Here's how 

Senthil Kumar, founder of MADIEE Board Games talks about how their board games can give interactive educational experience to students as well as working professionals   

Aditi Verma with her parents (Pic: Aditi Verma)

Born with Down Syndrome, Aditi Verma's culinary journey is your daily dose of inspiration

We talk to Aditi Verma to trace her journey so far and the hard work that went into establishing Aditi's Corner in Mumbai. Combined with her gritty story, the good food is what draws people here

Origami at it's best | (Pic: T Ravi Kumar)

This teacher in Hyderabad is using origami to teach kids Maths. And it is awesome!

Ravi Kumar won the NCERT Innovations and Experimentation Award in 2002, KVS National Incentive Award in 2004, National Award for Best Teacher in 2005 and so on

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How St Francis College's street play group Bedaari is talking about sexism, body shaming

Every actor on the team knows every dialogue and not just their own, so that anyone can step in for another in case someone forgets the dialogue. Bedaari is an Urdu word which means 'act of awareness'

Author Anand Neelakantan spoke during the session, Epic Success: Telling Our Own Stories

The Anand Neelakantan Interview: Let children pick up morals from our mythology themselves

Popular author Anand Neelakantan to understand his inclination towards mythological characters like Duryodhana and Ravana, and why they are relevant in today’s times

Vamsi Krishna spoke during the panel session, Jobs or Careers: Preparing the 21st Century Student

Why Vedantu's Vamsi Krishna still considers the Great Indian Tuition Teacher his competition

Rashmi Patil speaks with Vamsi Krishna, Co-founder of Vedantu, an online learning platform for students, to find out what it takes to be the first ones to start live interactive classes across India

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Osmania University Professor held for alleged links with Maoists

An Associate Professor in the Telugu department, C Kasim was allegedly involved in a case registered under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act among other sections in Mulugu Police station in 2015

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'Don't worry it's just an exam': Why this Saudi Indian school's pre-board exam circulars are winning hearts

The International Indian School, Dammam had issued two separate circulars to students and their parents, asking them not to fret too much

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IIT Kharagpur researchers evolve AI-aided method to automate reading of legal judgements  

This could be unique in India where the country uses a Common Law system that prioritises the doctrine of legal precedence over statutory law

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Is there any truth to the posters about paying for professor posts in JNU?

The poster, named Nation First, depicts the so-called nexus quite sarcastically and comically. It tries to explain how it all works but fails to provide any evidence to support its claim. Is it true?

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It became about survival: One month on, an AMU student takes us through the horror of December 15

That fateful night, Sharjeel was slapped with five FIRs, he has received only one of them so far though and that FIR alone has him charged under 13 sections including 'attempt to murder' and 'Goondas

The campus observing Vemula's anniversary

Night before Rohith Vemula's anniversary, UoH whitewashes 'illegally drawn' Ambedkar quotes

The University has designated areas to hang posters on campus and had previously stated during the Velivada incident that the University would remove all banners put up without permission

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Everything you need to know about the Bru-Reang refugee crisis and what the future holds for them

More than 30,000 displaced Bru tribals from Mizoram, who have been living as refugees in Tripura since 1997, will now permanently settle in Tripura

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Posters against BHU VC calling him 'anti-Hindi' surfaces in Varanasi

Earlier this month, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra had visited BHU students who were arrested during the protests against the CAA and NRC

A protest in Kuttiadi used facts and symbolism to grab people's attention (Pic: Mashoor Muneer)

From all-nighters to passing a football, how Kerala's woke anti-CAA protests are getting attention

Here's a look at some of the most interesting protests organised agains the CAA and NRC in Kerala. Here's why they chose to raise their voices through their unique voices

The injured student said in a video clip he recognised two attackers (Pic: ANI)

ABVP denies involvement in attack on Vishva Bharati students, blames TMC

Hailing the police action, Pramanik said that leftist organisations had falsely blamed ABVP for the attacks which took place on Wednesday night

Dr Krishna Chivukula (L)presents cheque to Dr Bhaskar Ramamurthi (R), Director, IIT Madras, in the presence of Dr Mahesh Panchagnula, Dean (International & Alumni Relations), IIT-M (Pic: IIT-M)

First hostel built at IIT Madras 60 years ago, Cauvery, to get a facelift

A donation of Rs 5 crore  will be used to renovate Cauvery Hostel, the first-ever hostel to be constructed in IIT Madras, and elevate it to world-class standards for the benefit of students

Jamia students like Abhiram P, Kulsum Sheikh, Aftab and freelance artist Disha Bhuraria have now become regulars (Pic: Nehal Ahmed)

Inspired by Banksy, these Jamia students are protesting with their graffiti on university walls

The longer the protest stretches the more people will start feeling disconnected and bored if they are not an active part of the protests themselves. This is one of the ways to keep them hooked on to

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Punjab Shocker: Class 10 boy shoots aunt in the head, injures grandmother over land dispute

The accused is a Class 10 student, who shot at his aunt Sumeet Kaur and her mother Sukhbinder Kaur at their residence in a village in Muktsar district