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Kuttikol Vivek

Of Theyyam, alcoholism, casteism and civil dreams: Meet Kuttikol Vivek, the first Vannan man to crack UPSC

Vannans are a Scheduled Caste in Kerala, who traditionally perform Theyyam. Vivek belongs to the community and says how the caste's issues prompted him to try a hand in Civil Service

Published on 10th April 2019
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Tired of your tutor? YouTube's DigiTeachers are here to help you clear your doubts

We talk to three YouTubers, whose channels help students understand their subjects better

Published on 30th March 2019
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Let them eat Kaju Barfi: JNU VC gives Holi sweets to students on Day 3 of hunger strike, refuses 5-minute meeting

Eleven striking students approached the VC to request for a meeting, he refused to listen and instead offered them sweets and tea, alleged the striking student unionists

Published on 21st March 2019
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A growing population calls for increased expenditure in education: Educationist Racquel Shroff

Shroff's Indian Career Education and Development Council (IECDC) conducted a career fair at the Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Ashok Nagar to help students transition into the workforce

Published on 14th March 2019
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It will take India 87 years to have basic amenities in schools, RTE compliance, says report

Following U-DISE data the study goes on to say that India is far from being able to provide secondary education to all because there is a severe shortage of school infrastructure

Published on 13th March 2019
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Here's how the NGO Hand in Hand has transformed the lives of underprivileged children

The work that the NGO has done to eliminate child labour and educate children won it this year's Bal Kalyan Puraskar 

Published on 11th March 2019
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Why teachers' olympiad's Bhubneshwar topper Ramakanta Biswal will always be an educator first

In the future, Biswal would like to teach at reputed institutes across the country and at some point, find his way back to research 

 

Published on 9th March 2019
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What is stopping the Indian girl child from going to school?

In the last five years, the education sector has seen many straight and indirect problems from the government. On this International Women's Day, we take a look at this 

Published on 8th March 2019
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Students should always be one step ahead when it comes to acquiring skills: KR Venugopal, VC, Bangalore University

KR Venugopal, Vice-Chancellor, Bangalore University speaks about Blockchain technology and why we need it in the current scenario

 

Published on 1st March 2019
ACE Engineering Academy

Here's how ACE Engineering Academy has managed to branch out and take quality education to the masses

This year onwards, ACE is going to organise webinars which are going to be dedicated to doubt clearing

 

Published on 28th February 2019
Bibek Debroy Interview

The Bibek Debroy Interview: Today's students are willing to break the law but don't want to face the consequences

He is an economist who has immense knowledge of Indian epics. He learnt Sanskrit in his 40s and is now a pundit in that field. Bibek Debroy speaks about today's students, educational research and more

Published on 20th February 2019
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Every morning, I wake up, think about it and feel charged: The Mohandas Pai interview

TV Mohandas Pai, the man behind Manipal Global Education, who has been working to improve the quality of education for children across India, tells us about who inspired him to start Akshaya Patra

Published on 20th February 2019
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Why no VIP will be launching retired bureaucrat Anil Swarup's book 'Not Just a Civil Servant'

Anil Swarup, former civil servant, talks about his post-retirement plans, his latest book and his plans to set up a nexus of good

Published on 19th February 2019
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Here's why you might want to study at Gandhi Institute of Engineering and Technology in Odisha

Gandhi Institute of Engineering and Technology, Gunupur attaches importance to 100 per cent attendance for which they make classes interesting

Published on 29th January 2019
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Are the students studying in vernacular medium falling behind the ones who have an English-medium education?

Defending the government’s move noted above, the Chief Minister said that the English-medium call was taken keeping in mind the future of children from the underprivileged sector

Published on 12th January 2019

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