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Study finds foster youth lack critical financial skills since most rely on family to create budget, open bank account

Adult support and mentorship are key factors for financial capability in foster children, but for most of the study participants, that support came from their caseworkers or independent living worker

Published on 24th March 2021
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More than 50,000 students return as Kota delivers best results amid lockdown

Students studying in Kota also topped the Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) Fellowship 2020 Result

Published on 22nd March 2021
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Study reveals COVID-19 transmission rare in schools with masking, distancing and contact tracing

The study was aimed at identifying ways to keep elementary and secondary schools open and safe during the pandemic

Published on 20th March 2021
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Teacher education institutions functioning as 'commercial shops', finds study by Azim Premji University

Most private TEIs in the study deliberately neglect basic curricular requirements that are committed by them to get the approval to run the programmes, it revealed

Published on 18th March 2021
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Course on 'Kashi Studies' finalised for BHU new session

Under the course, students will study everything about Kashi in detail, including its history, festivals, fairs, culture, religious significance, way of living, Ghats and way of living

Published on 17th March 2021
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Spend more on internet availability for better academic outcome, says study

For the study, the team created a multiyear dataset (2000-14) of 1,243 school districts representing more than 9,000 Texas public schools

Published on 17th March 2021
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Mars may be hiding most of its ‘missing' water underground: NASA-funded study

The new study, published in the journal Science, shows that a significant portion of Mars's water -- between 30 and 99 per cent -- is trapped within minerals in the planet's crust

Published on 17th March 2021
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#ThrowBackToday: Three years back today it was predicted that Bengaluru will run out of water 

In today's #TBT, we talk about the problem that is water scarcity. A study had estimated that it would be Karnataka's capital that would run out of water first, but guess which South Indian city did

Published on 17th March 2021
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New study generates methods on conservation of tropical forest ungulates 

The study rigorously estimated population densities of these five ungulates at both local and landscape scales, and explored causal factors underlying the variations in their densities

Published on 16th March 2021
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Study suggests that getting sound sleep could heal traumatic brain injuries

According to the study, those who slept poorly had more evidence of enlarged spaces and more post-concussive symptoms

Published on 13th March 2021
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Study suggests mindfulness meditation improves the quality of life in heart attack survivors

Patients assigned to the mindfulness intervention attended an individual session which included a 15-minute description of the technique

Published on 11th March 2021
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Researchers find that healthy plant-based diet linked with lower stroke risk

The study found that eating a healthy, plant-based diet that includes foods like vegetables, whole grains and beans may reduce the risk of stroke

Published on 11th March 2021
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Vitamin C infusions retained by cancerous tumours, new study shows

The study is the first to show that high doses of vitamin C, also called ascorbate, actually get inside tumours

Published on 10th March 2021
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Wearing face mask during rigorous exercise safe for healthy people, finds study

For the study, published in the European Respiratory Journal, the researchers carried out detailed testing on breathing, heart activity and exercise performance in a small group 

Published on 8th March 2021
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Some Coronavirus mutations may help it evade immune system's T-killer cells, say scientists

In the current study, published in the journal Cell Immunology, the researchers sequenced 750 genomes of the novel coronavirus from infected individuals and analysed mutations

Published on 6th March 2021

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