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This is how Bengaluru-based Insectifii aims to start a revolution in the poultry feed industry  

Soybean, which goes into poultry feed, is a burden on the planet. Here's how this team found a viable alternative to it and are now testing it out with great gusto. This is their story

Published on 14th August 2020
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The covers are off: How this memory quilt-making label appreciated by Priyanka Chopra is getting back after COVID

Don't want to throw away your old clothes? Just give them to Cornucopia Concepts and they will work their magic to make you the most beautiful memory quilt. This is how they are starting again  

Published on 14th August 2020
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Supreme Court to decide UGC exams' fate on August 18. Guidelines are 'mindless', says Abhishek Manu Singhvi

The court was hearing four petitions challenging the decision to conduct examinations, amid the rising number of COVID cases

Published on 14th August 2020
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Toronto University researchers develop cell injection technique that could help reverse vision loss

Many researchers have experimented with treatments based on injecting healthy photoreceptors or RPE cells into the eye to replace the dead cells

Published on 14th August 2020
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Scientists decode likely order of COVID-19 symptoms, fever first followed by cough

The researchers believe identifying patients earlier may reduce hospitalisation time since there are better approaches to treatments now for COVID-19

Published on 14th August 2020
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This 27-year-old innovator from Gujarat is making bricks by recycling single-use PPE kits and masks. Here's how

The Recycle Man of India Binish Desai tells us how his start-up is developing eco-friendly bricks by recycling used PPE kits and masks 

Published on 13th August 2020
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Have JRF? No exam. No JRF? Write exam: Why PU's partisan stance on SC, ST, Minority scholarship holders reeks of exclusion

Departments like Anthropology, English, Biochemistry, Commerce, Economics, IB, Math, Social Work and others who have four or more vacancies have been completely reserved for JRF scholars

Published on 12th August 2020
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How GuruQ's tutoring in the local language syncs with the NEP's three language policy

Minal Anand speaks about her EdTech platform GuruQ that has recently introduced tutors who can converse in Tamil and Telugu to prep students for various entrance exams 

Published on 12th August 2020
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COVID effect: GMAC's online GMAT will let you send out your scores to as many schools as you want for free

This exam will now be available until December 31 and students can take it at any point of the time of the day. These are some of the changes they have made due to the pandemic

Published on 12th August 2020
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COVID-19 cases haven't yet peaked or even plateaued: AIIMS Director

Three vaccine candidates are in different stages of human clinical trials in India — one developed by University of Oxford by Pune's Serum Institute of India, the other inactivated virus vaccine

Published on 12th August 2020
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Eleven child labourers rescued by Rachakonda police in Telangana

According to police, seven children were rescued from Mahesh Zypsam Plaster Company, and four from Sri Pavan Putra Plaster Company

Published on 12th August 2020
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Here's how this start-up is creating sustainable footwear from old rubber tyres and reusable fabric

Kurio does not only make eco-friendly footwear but also creates hair accessories, brooches, folders, fridge magnets, pouches and a lot more

Published on 11th August 2020
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We cannot give our lives for an exam: Why students went to SC to get NEET postponed by at least a month

Their major concern is that not only will they contract the disease themselves but they will also infect their parents and senior citizens at home

Published on 11th August 2020
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NEP fails to address improvement of public education, focus only on private institutes: Sisodia

Sisodia also came down heavily on the proposal of a common entrance exam for universities to be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA)

Published on 11th August 2020
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COVID-19 wreaks havoc with global Class of 2020's hopes of landing first jobs

COVID-19 has thwarted hopes of landing first jobs - important for jumpstarting careers - as employers cut back graduate recruiting plans

Published on 10th August 2020

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