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Nizamabad Education Department plans to provide free health kits to girl students in Zilla Parishad, Government high schools

The education department is already providing health kits worth Rs 300 with 16 items including cosmetics to girl students of the KGBV, Modal, Residential schools all over the state

Published on 10th June 2018
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Thought Breweries were for Beer? Craft Beer Labels are now all about Art!

Craft beer houses are full of vibrant illustrations, making their labels quirky while encouraging art and local artists

Published on 4th June 2018
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Art of breweries: How craft beer labels have encouraged art

Home-grown breweries and beer labs became quite popular with even traditionalists, who had previously stayed loyal to the classic international brands — many of which were European

Published on 28th May 2018
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Kerala start-up Robo Inventions will lend you the swift, robotic hand that you need

Azmia Riaz speaks to Arun Joy, a founding member of Robo Inventions about the importance of electronic engineering and the importance of spreading the knowledge

Published on 22nd May 2018
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This Bengaluru man is bringing electricity to the North East by recycling e-waste

Ever thought your old charger could provide electricity to the people in the remotest regions of the country? Neither did we, but 32-year-old Rajiv Rathod's vision surprised us to bits

Published on 21st May 2018
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Here's how Robolab Technologies is taking robotics to India's young masses 

Incubated at COEP, Robolab Technologies designs robotics kits and experimental manuals that can take a generation of high-schoolers to the future

Published on 15th May 2018
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Orchids The International School innovates to teach Science differently

The Science Kits, designed by Orchids The International School, aims to help students understand the finer aspects of the science concepts

Published on 14th May 2018
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Kerala government allots three crores to make schools more 'hi-tech'

The work will be carried out on the premises as the per the guidelines issued in accordance with the agreement between KITE and schools. 

Published on 8th May 2018
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750 'student markets' to provide stationery at cheaper rates in Kozhikode   

Consumerfed's student market will have items like bags, books, umbrellas and kits. As per the estimate, a family consisting of two children can buy products up to INR 3200 at this market

Published on 24th April 2018
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The Agtech start-up UrbanKisaan will help us take up farming in our own balconies 

Agtech company, UrbanKisaan will soon make it possible for all of us to grow fresh fruits and vegetables in our own backyard

Published on 19th April 2018
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25 schools to move along with migratory Bakerwal and Gujjar families to ensure proper education

In a great move to ensure educational access to all students, authorities have decided to get 25 students to move with two groups

Published on 15th April 2018
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India Literacy Project's mobile libraries are helping over 1,000 govt school kids. Here's how

While speaking about the progress of India Literacy Project’s Hyderabad Chapter, its founder offers a lot of insight into CSR and funding

 

Published on 26th December 2017
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Check out the THREE cutest Indian kids on YouTube who are already going more viral than their Vlogger families 

Take a look at the YouTube kids app and brings to us three adorable little Indian YouTubers. Fun fact - Most of they have a YouTube connection through their families. Check it out

 

Published on 16th November 2017
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Can India ever produce greens sans soil? Future Farms aims to do just that with the right dose of awareness and water 

Started five years ago, Future Farms envisioned a clean food network for India and with over five branches and one due in Nepal, is working hard towards serving the people some clean greens

Published on 13th November 2017
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Science Shocker: Students in Tamil Nadu's Adi Dravidar Welfare Higher Secondary Schools prefer dropping out over studying Science

The schools have had over nine posts vacant since the 1990s further fuelled by a dearth of school staff and basic facilities

Published on 10th October 2017

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