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This Bengaluru artist's work reminds people to be careful of where they dispose their PPE waste

Akhil Monu Mathew's work comes from the heart. The graphic artist opens up about how he finds ways to express himself on contemporary issues and problems

Published on 29th July 2020
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The future of law in India: Why 94% believe research and analytics is the top skill a lawyer needs

The University has conducted a survey to ‘decode’ the next generation of legal professionals and the impact increasing digitisation will have on law practice in India

Published on 28th July 2020
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Indian among seven youth leaders to invigorate the UN's climate plans

Archana Soreng is experienced in advocacy and research, and she is working to document, preserve, and promote traditional knowledge and cultural practices of indigenous communities

Published on 28th July 2020
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It is up to private institutions to customise online exam patterns, treat students with compassion

It’s a simple question and possibly the most difficult one to handle with a conclusive verdict in India, where, from the very beginning, the education system is mostly exam-driven

Published on 27th July 2020
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Education is storytelling: Ronnie Screwvala on India's digital learning revolution 

Entrepreneur and philanthropist Ronnie Screwvala spoke about why upGrad clicks, the future of digital learning and how he is helping the migrants who have gone back home restart their lives

Published on 24th July 2020
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How Akshaya Patra served a whopping 70 million servings of food during the pandemic

We speak to Shridhar Venkat, CEO of Akshaya Patra of how they strategised to feed millions of poor and needy from feeding millions of children during this pandemic, their future plans and much more

Published on 23rd July 2020
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This IAS officer restored a river dead for 30 years in two months with the help of migrant labourers. Here's how

The planning began in September 2019 and it was a 'challenge to the imagination', said Dr Singh. This is how he and the community restored the Kalyani

Published on 23rd July 2020
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COVID-19: 95 IIM-Bangalore students complete two-week quarantine

The students entered the campus at the end of June to complete their isolation at the Management Development Centre (MDC) recently, a 120-room hotel-like facility within the campus

Published on 23rd July 2020
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Careers after Corona: Will a degree in mechanical engineering be obsolete in 2030?

We asked this question to A M Ayyappadas and Dr V Jayakumar, two faculty members of Amrita School of Engineering. Here's what they said

Published on 22nd July 2020
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Migrant workers turn to agriculture, start own businesses as lockdowns end, find career counsellors as support

The question varied from job search to getting back to their workplace safe to even mental health issues and the AVSAR is helping them find an answer

Published on 19th July 2020
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The Martin Macwan Interview: How India can take inspiration from the Black Lives Matter movement

In the backdrop of the BLM protests, removal of Confederate statues, we speak to the academic and Human Rights Activist about his letter calling for the removal of Manu’s statue from Rajasthan HC

Published on 21st July 2020
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Chandigarh Uni offers relief to Indian students whose dream of studying in Canada got shattered due to COVID-19

In addition, Chandigarh University will also offer in-house IELTS Training and Visa Interview Training to the students during one or two years of their academic stay at university

Published on 20th July 2020
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This DU professor's viral post explains how an increase in students' marks in board exams is a symptom of a faulty education system

Itisha Nagar, an assistant professor of psychology at Kamala Nehru College uses a psychology experiment to assess an increasing number of toppers in the CBSE exam

Published on 18th July 2020
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Chandigarh University announces Rs 15 crore scholarship on academic fees for children of Defense Personnel

In addition, the wards of deceased Defense Personnel, war widows, and wards of disabled Defense Personnel would be given 15% scholarship on the academic fees

Published on 17th July 2020
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This mobile app is helping migrants to find a livelihood in Jharkhand

With the help of 'Mission Saksham App' the department has collected the data of migrants about their abilities, interest, skills and other things, and is now in the process of providing jobs

Published on 17th July 2020

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