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Upskilling

Why are half the IT employees in India dropping out of upskilling programmes? FITE has the answer

An earlier study had also found that IT professionals need to up-skill 15-20 times in their career to stay relevant in the industry

Published on 30th October 2018
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Why every child should read the book Balarama's Story which is untold tales of the iconic elephant in Karnataka

Balarama has been a part of the Mysore Dasara for over a decade, but many children still don't know his story. Author Bhaskar K who stays in the US talks on why he wrote a book on gentle giant

Published on 29th October 2018
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How VIBGYOR School is helping kids with learning disabilities

The school chain has huge plans to bring their inclusive education programme to smaller cities and town in South India

Published on 29th October 2018
AI to help people with special needs

For Microsoft, AI is all about empowering a billion people with special needs

The change has been visible in the last couple of years under CEO Satya Nadella who has brought AI to the fore across domains — devices, Cloud, Office 365, Windows and so on

Published on 29th October 2018
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News, music, stories and other diverse podcasts are available on Hubhopper for you to tune into

There are 26 people who are working with Hubhopper and help curate the podcasts 

 

Published on 28th October 2018
Salads and more

Who says salads are boring? Greens and More offers salads, soups and meals which are tasty and nutritious

Preeti Sinha started this start-up in Hyderabad and is passionately giving it her best 

Published on 28th October 2018
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Why Lee Roy Simon is every wheelchair basketball player's best shot

What does it take to coach a person whose lower body doesn't answer to them?  Lee Roy Simon wheelchair basketball coach talks  about his incredible journey of discovery

Published on 27th October 2018
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Why heading to TERI's Climate Jamboree could make the world greener 

Over 10k students from across India can contribute towards climatic change and sustainable development when they head to TERI's Climate Jamboree

Published on 25th October 2018
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Why the Tent School is the place to be for kids of Karnataka's mahouts, every Dasara

Tents are often associated with circuses. Despite it's rather humble overhead cover, albeit inside the grand Mysore Palace, Tent School is actually a godsend for children of mahouts during Dasara

Published on 25th October 2018
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IIMs likely to give it’s students direct entry to PhD

The proposal made by some of the IIMs was that B schools should be allowed to admit students directly to doctoral programmes once they graduate

Published on 24th October 2018
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan fails to garner attention of alumni, progresses at snail's pace

There are 45,000 government schools in the State and officials hope more awareness will fetch more donation for the development of government schools

Published on 12th October 2018
Children's home in Hyderabad

Children of Deccan is a children's home that nurtures abandoned and neglected kids

Started by Michael Hubbard and N Malkanna, it helps children become good human beings in life

Published on 19th October 2018
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Hot air balloon trip for students enroled as voters in Andhra Pradesh

District collector K Sasidhar claimed that voters had been enroled in such large numbers in a single day for the first time in the country

Published on 23rd October 2018
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YouTube launches investment in educational content and creators to expand knowledge sharing

The company said it had completed the first round of investment to fund some of the most successful channels on the platform, such as TED-Ed, which is dedicated to educational Ted Talks

Published on 23rd October 2018
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Kolkata's National University of Juridical Sciences to offer law course based on Harry Potter

Classes for the course are due to start this December. This is not the first time in India that a professor has turned to the magical world of Harry Potter to pique student interest

Published on 23rd October 2018

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