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How online coaching saved the day for students across the country and why experts say it's here to stay

Coaching centres have created special course modules for students from every corner of the country after giving due consideration to their requirements

Published on 29th November 2020
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Weight-loss surgeries may lead to weaker bone health in teenagers, suggests study

Recent studies have shown that bone marrow fat responds to changes in nutrition and may serve as a biomarker for bone quality

Published on 29th November 2020
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Poor air quality can amplify the Coronavirus, lead to more COVID-19 cases: Study

The result suggests that high concentrations of particles less than 2.5 micrometres in size may modulate, or even amplify, the waves of SARS-CoV-2 contamination

Published on 29th November 2020
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PM Modi urges educational institutions to develop creative platforms for alumni engagement

The Prime Minister said that a strong vibrant and active alumni network is needed not only in big Colleges and Universities but also in schools of our villages

Published on 29th November 2020
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Time for a social detox: How hiding behind social media filters is bad for overall well-being

Are you hiding behind social media filters too? The Coach tells us how that’s harmful to our mental health and overall well-being

Published on 28th November 2020
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In nutrition, should some kids be less equal? The debate is on

When you come to the poor, nutritious food should start from expecting mothers and growing children up to age 10 and above and need not necessarily be linked to schooling

Published on 28th November 2020
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IISc researchers develop wastewater treatment, recycling system for school in Karnataka

Overall, the system showed high REs of more than 90 per cent for most of the parameters. About 667 litres of greywater were treated daily using the system

Published on 28th November 2020
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Researchers find hormone to switch off hunger and tackle obesity

The hormone, called Lipocalin-2 (LCN2), could be used as a potential treatment in people with obesity whose natural signals for feeling full no longer work

Published on 28th November 2020
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COVID-19: Scientists develop a novel method to detect single virus particles

The study, published in the journal ACS Sensors, demonstrated a new system for identifying single virus particles using an algorithm trained to detect changes

Published on 28th November 2020
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Study says rapid testing can eliminate the spread of COVID-19 within weeks

As per the reports of Science Daily, the researchers from BioFrontiers Institute and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health collaborated with Larremore to explore this

Published on 28th November 2020
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Hindu college alumni to provide grants to needy and meritorious students

Several colleges are setting up funds to support students during the pandemic, especially after a student of LSR College died by suicide allegedly over financial constraints in continuing her educatio

Published on 28th November 2020
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For every Re 1 invested, the Dettol School Hygiene Education Programme delivers Rs 33.05 of social value

Even before a meal, 69.9 per cent of rural India still washes their hands without soap. Another 15 per cent only wash their hands with water after defecation

Published on 28th November 2020
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NTA to soon come out with a new syllabus for JEE and NEE, keeping syllabus reduction in mind

This was informed by the Union Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' at a high-level meeting held at the ministry

Published on 27th November 2020
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The essence of an individual remains the same throughout life: University of Madrid study

The study, published in Psychophysiology, also determined how long it takes the brain to recognise our own personal identity as distinctive compared to others: around 250 milliseconds

Published on 27th November 2020
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How Bhubaneswar's KIIT is fostering a culture of quality education and research

KIIT is just 23 years old as an institution for professional education (started in 1997) and 16 years old as a University (declared in 2004)

Published on 11th November 2020

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