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Study finds link between alcohol consumption and new cancer cases in 2020

The authors used estimates for alcohol intake based on alcohol production data, tax and sales data, surveys and opinion on unrecorded alcohol intake, and tourist alcohol consumption data

Published on 19th July 2021

Study finds 85 per cent university students suffered "learning loss" during the pandemic: Read to learn what that means

The survey tracked the impact of the pandemic on India's education system, marked the digital divide as one of the reasons, and measured that it might take three years to make up for lost ground

Published on 14th July 2021
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Gram panchayat libraries to be turned into digital classrooms in Karnataka soon

Survey by Department of Public Instruction found that 31 lakh out of 93 lakh SSLC students do not have access to smartphone and 8 lakh students do not have access to radio or television

Published on 13th July 2021

Job openings for permanent staffers to be adversely affected due to COVID second wave: Survey

The survey was conducted online with more than 1,000 company leaders and executives across sectors from May 28 till June 30, 2021

Published on 6th July 2021

Gender in Science: 95 per cent of children consider only male role models as inspiration in STEM fields, finds survey

The survey also highlighted the need for schools to implement hands-on learning and introduce children to the world of innovation

Published on 2nd July 2021

TV not phones top alternate medium of education for K'taka school students as over 81 lakh have access, finds study

The survey managed to capture the responses of more than 93.01 lakh students, of the 1.05 crore students from Classes 1 to 10

Published on 2nd July 2021

Study finds that second wave of COVID-19 has pushed vulnerable groups into debt traps 

According to the analysis, of the total 335 survivors surveyed in the second wave in 2021, on an average 60 per cent of them took loans that ranged from Rs 5,000 to Rs 5

Published on 30th June 2021

Over 2,000 children in Delhi lost either one or both parents to COVID-19, finds survey 

According to the survey carried out by the Delhi Commission For Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR), a total of 651 children lost their mothers and 1,311 children lost their fathers to the infection

Published on 30th June 2021

Almost 85 per cent boys in India want a STEM career compared to 57 per cent girls, finds a survey

The survey found that 95 per cent children in India have males as their role models in the STEM field. This is due to a lack of female role models in the STEM industry

Published on 30th June 2021

Students, parents organisations want schools to open in areas with low COVID cases

According to a survey, more than 70 per cent of parents in the country still do not want to send their ward to school

Published on 27th June 2021

AISHE 2019-20: Nearly 80 per cent of India's colleges are privately-run, AP tops the list

This data was revealed in the All India Survey on Higher Education 2019-20, which was recently released by the Ministry of Education

Published on 11th June 2021
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Organisations align hiring to scale up for operational roles despite pandemic, finds survey 

According to Indeed's India Hiring Tracker Q4 FY21, as many as two-thirds (64 per cent) of all employers surveyed hired talent during the fourth quarter of 2020-21

Published on 10th June 2021

Poll shows that 93% CBSE students do not want the Class XII Board exams to be held

Supreme Court lawyer Mamta Sharma, who moved the Supreme Court, seeking cancellation of the exam has shared the results of a survey that she had conducted for XII graders

Published on 1st June 2021
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Isolation centres set up in government schools in Warangal to keep track of COVID patients

According to the District Medical and Health Office (DMHO), the ANMs have been conducting door-to-door fever survey and identifying people, who have COVID-like symptoms

Published on 26th May 2021

Half of us don't seek mental health help despite needing it, finds survey

According to the Meru Health survey, the top reasons were "too expensive" (38 per cent), followed by "too difficult" (35 percent) and "not enough time" (28 per cent)

Published on 20th May 2021

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