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The trainer brainer: It’s time to broaden your job search

The traditional job search platforms for the youth in a traditional academic course are campus interviews, job placement notifications and recruitment drives by various corporates

Published on 27th June 2020
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Facebook tool converts smartphone photos into 3D images in a jiffy

Users can access the new technology via their own mobile device and the real-time conversion from a 2D input image to 3D is seamless, requiring no sophisticated photographic skill

Published on 26th June 2020
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Not able to access online education makes children feel poor, inferior: Why activists have filed a PIL in Kerala HC

A survey by the Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan says that 2.61 Lakh students in the country do not have access to televisions or other gadgets. Is this an equal system of education then?

Published on 15th June 2020
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Just do it: This Bengaluru-based start-up enables developers to learn in a work-like, virtual environment

With their courses that are anything between ten hours to 20 weeks-long, Crio.Do insists on learning by doing for all developers out there and this is how they have actually mastered it. Check it out

Published on 11th June 2020
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This Chennai-based start-up is helping kids fall in love with Math and it is all fun and games. Literally  

Math Love, an initiative by two women passionate about Math, sparks in children a love for Math through simple games and workbooks. Currently, they have gone online and are continuing their good work

Published on 11th June 2020
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Meet the Malayali in NYC whose poster about #BlackLivesMatter went viral

'Malayalis for Black Lives', read a poster in New York City, during the protests following George's Floyd's death. We spoke to Sini Stephan, the woman behind the poster

Published on 9th June 2020
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The David Baldacci interview: I can be brutal when it comes to killing off characters 

When you grab a book by bestselling author David Baldacci, you know you will be hooked from the first word. We try to understand his writing process and which book of his Hollywood is looking at next

Published on 10th June 2020
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History will remember the Class of 2020 not for what you lost, but for what you changed, Sundar Pichai tells students

On June 7, YouTube Livestreamed a series of videos called 'Dear Class of 2020', for all the graduants across the world

Published on 8th June 2020
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Damini Bhatla, who sang the Baahubali song Pacha Bottasi, will be out with her new album soon

The lyrics of Sweet Nothings/Raane, the first song she has composed, are by Kittu Vissapragada, it was musically produced by Rakesh Chary with Lalith Talluri on flute and Navneeth Krishnan on drums  

Published on 7th June 2020
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How a music video was shot from across two countries amid the pandemic as a tribute to health workers

Malaika was directed from India and performed in Abu Dhabi as a tribute to the world's fight against COVID-19 and to express gratitude towards health workers 

Published on 6th June 2020
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NLSIU's alumni group and other individuals have sent more than 900 migrant workers to home. Here's how

The alumni of NLSIU is doing wonders by sending the migrant workers back home with dignity. They are making all arrangements to send them by flight but anyone can contribute for this initiative

Published on 5th June 2020
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How this 26-year-old meme-maker went on to counsel COVID patients in Mumbai

Balram Vishwakarma, who was born and brought up in the City of Dreams and studied at Mumbai University, felt like the best way he can give back was to help people talk about how they are feeling 

Published on 4th June 2020
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Here's how this Facebook page is documenting Malayalam tales and reviving the art of storytelling

Oritathoritath, which started off as a Facebook page now has its YouTube channel and an android app

Published on 3rd June 2020
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This college cafe in Delhi is shaped like an infinity symbol. Meet the architect who made it happen

Rahul Jain's Cafe Infinity, located in ITS Dental College, is shaped like its namesake symbol and is pushing the boundaries of sustainable architecture

Published on 3rd June 2020
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How this IIT Madras researcher helped triple the Irrawaddy Dolphin Population in Chilika Lake

The researchers conducted geotechnical, hydraulic and satellite imagery studies to developed a dredging methodology with minimum impact on the lake's ecosystem

Published on 29th May 2020

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