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English, a language of dreams? Telangana sees a massive demand for English language from all sections of the society

Educationists, however, feel that the government should not confuse English language education with the English medium of instruction in schools

Published on 13th July 2017
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On June 15, all hard work of this tribal boy bore fruit

Dinesh, a student from the Telangana Tribal Welfare IIT Study Centre, scored a whopping 94.97 percentile in AIIMS

Published on 19th June 2017
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Share and care: This Chennai NGO helps organise people to volunteer at various underprivileged sections of the society

Started by two Presidency College grads, Chennai Social Service is making a difference

Published on 17th June 2017
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SAP India launches 'Code Unnati' to impart digital literacy

The initiative is a multi-year collaboration to impart digital literacy and drive employment-led software skills development for the underprivileged

Published on 15th June 2017
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Live at Kennedy Centre: The Madras Youth Choir's compositions to find harmony in Washington DC

One of the oldest choral groups has been invited to participate in the Washington DC Choral Festival

Published on 15th June 2017
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28 students from 'Kashmir Super 30' make it to IITs, NITs

The 'Kashmir Super 30' initiative aims to support talented, underprivileged students in the state 

Published on 13th June 2017
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Here's how STEM Labs set up in Telangana will stem sinking numbers of girls in Science streams

Schools in Telangana will have STEM labs that will renew the focus on Maths and Science in a big way, despite fears that the IT sector will take a tumble in the years to come

Published on 13th June 2017
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Are you a science geek? Then you should definitely not miss this professor's lecture

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

Published on 31st May 2017
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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

Published on 30th May 2017
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She is not your usual teacher. Pakki Roja helps underprivileged children who aren’t exposed to the outside world and motivates others to join the NSS

Professor and NSS programme officer, Pakki Roja encourages her students to go out into the community and organises camps to educate youngsters on the ill-effects of child marriage and addiction

Published on 30th May 2017
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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

Published on 29th May 2017
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Ain't no superstition: How Monica Choudhury decided to mimic her mom's Tamil Superstitions and became a YouTube celeb overnight

Monica Choudhury, the girl behind the hilarious viral video Tamil/Brown Superstitions on how South Indian mothers perceive superstitions, talks about why she went from engineer to Youtuber

Published on 13th April 2017
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Ever wondered how something as small as a tiffin box could change your perspective on life? Watch this moving short film

Karthik Gopal's short film titled 'Tippen Box' is a brilliant expression of how even the smallest things can impact one's life 

Published on 31st March 2017
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Here is a programme to create tomorrow's innovation leaders and entrepreneurs

US based 'EdgeMakers' is an initiative focused to mould children to be the leaders of tomorrow, and now they are making their presence in India stronger than ever

Published on 24th March 2017
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Dance is therapeutic, it has the ability to heal

...says the dance guru, Shiamak Davar as he opens up about his academy, choreographing for films and why dance needs to be in the education system

Published on 24th March 2017

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