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Lessons from 2015 Chennai floods: IIT-M students build makeshift houses that can be folded in a box 

These final year civil engineering students from IIT-M have come up with a '400-sq-ft home fold into a box' to curb damage in case of flood

Published on 28th October 2017
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At this school, smart classrooms are locked behind closed doors and a student's bright future is stuck at the first stage 

A noble initiative has turned to dust, literally, with teachers and administration not moving beyond the initial step 

Published on 27th October 2017
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This platform created by Geologists from Bengaluru connects 300 of its members across the country for various projects

This initiative for freelance geologists is aimed at sensitising people about the earth and environment and is supported by experts in the field

Published on 25th October 2017
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Baabtra, a Kozhikode based start-up provides college graduates with a platform that helps them get job ready

 Baabtra, derived from an urdu word that means 'door'attempts to open doors for aspiring programmers 

Published on 24th October 2017
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Wanna read comic books all day long? This latest course at a UK-university will allow you to do just that   

Here is a college that gives you a degree in comics. Enough said. Here's what the minds behind the new course tell you about its pros and cons

Published on 23rd October 2017
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Guardians of Dreams: How four young entrepreneurs are changing the lives of kids in shelter homes — by getting them everything from scholarships to Aadhar cards

This venture that functions in three cities — Kochi, Chennai, and Bengaluru — consists of young volunteers, mostly students, who put together interactive events from scratch 

Published on 16th October 2017
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From a nursing graduate in Sivakasi to Consul General of Canada, Jayanti G's journey is the dose of inspiration you need today 

The Canadian Embassy in South India recently decided to let one deserving individual become the Consul General for a day, accompanying the actual Consul General in all her duties for the day

Published on 11th October 2017
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Six tips to help you write the PERFECT email when you're going from college to a workplace. Check them out

Nicholas Francis, a motivational author and a Human Resource mentor-based in Madurai shares a few tips for students about the Do's and Don't of writing a professional email

Published on 9th October 2017
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OPINION: The 'like-my-daughter' reasoning is stale. Here's why safety and freedom go hand in hand for women in the BHU campus

AIPWA secretary Kavita Krishnan believes that the BHU example shows, the more protectionist the campus, the more willing it is to protect sexual harassers and silence complainants. Do you agree?

Published on 2nd October 2017
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Madras University to begin short courses including papers on child development psychology designed to sensitise cops, judiciary

The courses, done along with UNICEF, include papers on child development, juvenile justice and dealing with children in conflict with the law, among others

Published on 8th October 2017
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Tribal children and domestic awareness to be key focus of SCERT programme to rid Kerala's remote areas of educational backwardness

The special programme will also identify hurdles that prevent children from learning whether cognitive or socio-economic and spread awareness to prioritise education

Published on 6th October 2017
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Honk Honk! Mumbai theatre group Gillo is getting on a minibus and going across rural Karnataka to take theatre to kids directly

The group does not believe in a stage show but it does believe in performing anywhere they can halt and that could be your school, library or your home 

Published on 5th October 2017
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Two Bengaluru-based engineers are making schools a better place for the students and the teachers. Here's how!  

Santosh More and Khushboo Awasthi go the extra mile with their NGO — Mantra — to help the students study better. This includes adopting schools, building libraries and even playing Santa Claus

Published on 29th August 2017
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Here's why Presidency College has had 80% drop in admission of deaf students: Making Maths mandatory for a BCA seat and shutting a hostel 

Since 2007, a student was allowed to apply for BCA course at Presidency College if they passed the 12th exam, irrespective of the subject. But with Math becoming mandatory, student numbers are falling

Published on 28th August 2017
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Question purinjidha? How teaching English for an hour a day can help rural, small-town students do much better at NEET

Many students from backgrounds similar to Anitha's, who unlike her wrote the test in English, struggled not just because of the syllabus, but because the language of the questions confused them

Published on 3rd September 2017

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