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The Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Institution & Research (JIPMER) appoints Dr K M Cherian as a member of the High Level Advisory Group for its Organ Transplantation Centre
NEET results to be out this week after Supreme Court strikes down Madras HC stay order, asks regional courts not to entertain any more anti-NEET petitions
A vacation bench of the SC set aside the restraining order issued by the Madras HC that has delayed the publication of NEET results. Sources say that results could be out by the end of the week
Devoting equal time to studies and Karate, this 16-year-old scored a CGPA of 10 in the CBSE class X examination
Students said problem? Don't worry, Ranjeeta Sahoo has the right solutions! Thanks to Design Thinking pedagogy
Ranjeeta Sahoo isn’t your typical teacher. The pioneer of the Design Thinking pedagogy at her school talks about the need for a problem-solving approach in learning which actively engages students
Ponni K, the much-educated transwoman who’s been teaching Bharatanatyam for free to slum kids in the city of Chennai talks about her journey as a teacher
Bye bye home, they got some work abroad: Here's how international internships turned out to be for four Indian students
Four student interns talks about how their international internships have impacted their lives
Professor T Vishwam loves all things science and encourages students to discover the world around them. Read more to find out what sets the practical science teacher’s classes apart from the rest
He once made MBA students polish the shoes of strangers for money. But Arijit Roy is still his students' favourite professor. Here's why!
Arijit Roy doesn’t think twice about getting his students to try funky and interesting ways to learn how to apply management concepts to real life — like shining the shoes of random strangers
She enrolled and retained a large number of slum children and dropouts in one of the oldest government schools in Odisha
Sonamika Roy talks about her mission of enrolling more and more students in Odisha’s oldest government school, and her dream of starting her own school, where children learn at their own pace
He wrote to the NDMA way before the 2015 Nepal earthquake about the high threat of earthquakes in the Himalayas!
Dr Sreevalsa Kolathayar might be the only person who wrote to the NDMA about the risks before the 2008 earthquakes. Read on to find out more about his measures to get people prepared for earthquakes
Fighting against all odds to get a degree, this 26-year-old now educates children by teaching at a Farm School, setting up a tuition centre and volunteering at an NGO
Setting up a tuition centre in her village and volunteering at an NGO, K Paripooranam does this because she believes in giving girls and boys a chance to make it big
This HOD at DMI Loyola is probably the best mentor cum friend an engineering student can ever get. Here's why!
Sheeba James, who heads the departments of IT and Computer Science jointly, was always strict. But her students didn’t end up hating her, after all! Read to know more
It’s all about English Vinglish: Meet Thimappa, who teaches English to his students using traditional art forms
A teacher at a small government school in Karnataka, Thimappa, encourages his students to learn English and traditional art forms with passion by using unconventional and innovative methods
Ranjith Raj loved his job and the eco-club so much that he continued to work there unpaid till he got his orders from the government. Read to know more!
The constant delay in the CBSE result declaration had put the CBSE class XII students in despair
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