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LIBA inaugurates the first batch of Business Analytics Specialisation in partnership with TCS

LIBA as part of its business analytics specialisation will be hosting a workshop in the area of business analytics in Chennai and Bangalore

Published on 29th June 2017
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Mothers to be quality controllers in the Midday Meal Scheme

The government has now decided to give state-level training programmes for Self Help Groups to be organised in collaboration with Goa College of Home Science

Published on 28th June 2017
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NEET update: Counselling for MBBS likely to start in the second week of July

But before we talk about counselling, it seems that CBSE students had an upper hand over students from the State Board. We find out more...

Published on 24th June 2017
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Remember the kid who created the world's tiniest satellite? Meet the team of students who were part of creating that satellite that is now in space 

Space Kidz India and its young scientists were ecstatic as their light, 3D printed satellite Kalam Sat was launched into space on Thursday

Published on 22nd June 2017
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Worried about your US visa? Modi to discuss job creation for Indians with CEOs of Walmart and Apple  

The government is expected to focus a lot on employment front, while expectations are that 30-40 percent of the 12 million annual job creation can be addressed by retail sector

Published on 22nd June 2017
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Need an educational loan for a course in Filmmaking? Dance? Theatre? Art? Well here's why you're most likely to not get one

Juhi Sharma had to start a crowdfunding programme to collect funds for her filmmaking course in New York because banks had turned her down. Well, they have their own reasons for doing so

Published on 21st June 2017
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This School for Special Kids in Kerala produced Olympians in 2011. Today, they've started an online campaign to stay alive as Centre has cut off funds

Nirmala Sadan, a school in Muvattupuzha for the specially abled children, which has produced Olympians, is now facing a grim future as the centre has stopped allotting funds

Published on 20th June 2017
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Winners of the social media campaign 'She Leads' participate in a rigorous leadership programme

The six winners of the campaign will participate in the 3-day programme about leadership and management skills

Published on 19th 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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These two Kochi girls have aced an English exam that saw over 45 lakh participants across the world 

Sangamitra R Kiran and Teresa Suresh secured the first rank in the International English Olympiad, an exam that analyses the reading, speaking, writing and comprehension skills of the students

Published on 14th June 2017
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From Buddha to Bhimrao Ambedkar, Bangalore University is using artists to create a park with sculptures of India's greatest reformers

Bangalore University along with the Karnataka Shilpakala Academy is creating a park with 14 sculptures of Indian social reformers — primarily centred around incidents involving Ambedkar

Published on 13th June 2017
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This school in Kerala used graffiti to spice up their walls and artist Orijit Sen loved it. Here's why 

A small Upper Primary School in Kasargod uses graffiti and a wide range of colourful art to keep its students happy

Published on 11th June 2017
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Kerala sees 12k rise in First Grade enrolment for the first time in a decade, courtesy government's free uniforms, smart classes

Guess taking a book out of TN's sops-for-development agenda has actually worked for Kerala's School Education department, as they see a rise in primary enrolment after more than a decade

Published on 11th June 2017
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Meet lecturer cum researcher Jagadish Thaker who was a part of the first sample survey of India's climate change

Appreciation from teachers goes a long way and a living example of this is J Jagadish Thaker, who has presented papers across the world. Read more to find out how encouragement made him tick

Published on 1st June 2017
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As a student, she helped her friends prepare for exams. Now KP Sindhu started a peer-assisted learning initiative that made life easier for her students 

Sindhu K P has many tricks up her sleeve to get the basics across to students, because she believes that getting them right is the key to everything

Published on 31st May 2017

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