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Skilling them early: How AISECT is ensuring job readiness for students across India

For a student, learning beyond the textbook is important for a well-rounded education. Akshaya Asokan finds out how AISECT, a skilling agency is providing this for the students of Odisha 

Published on 23rd January 2018
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High cost of braille books creates a roadblock for TN students' education

Braille books costing 30 percent higher than the normal ones raise burden on the students who come from socially and economically backward sections of society 

Published on 22nd January 2018
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Creativity can make an engineer smarter, a mathematician sharper and the millennial out-of-the-box: Smriti Irani

Other panelists, Director Madhur Bhandarkar, Designer and Curator Rajeev Sethi and DMK MP M Kanimozhi unanimously agreed that creativity requires encouragement and can't be curbed at school level

Published on 19th January 2018
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Is young India willing to be honest and follow their hearts, ask panelists at ThinkEdu18

The third session of Day One stressed on how soft skills have over the years been shoved to a corner while hard skills are given all the importance

Published on 17th January 2018
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Smart, tech-driven and informal: What tomorrow's workspaces will look like?

C Velan, CEO and MD of Tata Realty and Infrastructure who chaired the session, started the discussion by pointing out the important dimensions of the future workspace

Published on 18th January 2018
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If Trump amends H1B visa and sends Indians back, America will be poorer and India will be richer: Venkaiah Naidu

Addressing a large number of graduates and professionals who aspire to go abroad and settle down, he said, "Go abroad if you want - go, learn, earn but return to serve your motherland"

Published on 17th January 2018
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JNU students stage massive stir against mandatory attendance diktat. Will it work?

Hundreds of Jawarhalal Nehru University students gathered at the SL Lawn on campus supporting the JNU Student's Union (JNUSU) strike against the compulsory attendance proposal 

Published on 15th January 2018
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Man behind OLD MONK dies: Why students will always be thankful for this drink  

The man behind the universal drink for students — OLD MONK — dies at 88. Here's why we need to remember him and extend our thanks for helping us sail through those evenings in college  

Published on 9th January 2018
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Dear Trollanmaar, think you've hit Parvathy where it hurts? Perhaps. But your time will come SOON!

The internet has been mercilessly trolling Parvathy over her opinion on misogyny in cinema. But the trolls don't realise that what goes around comes around

Published on 5th January 2018
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#HBDDeepika: Four reasons why Deepika Padukone is an idol for Indian millennials

It's been quite an evolution for Deepika Padukone, who went from a young debutante to one of Bollywood's finest actor's working tirelessly to eradicate stigma attached to mental health

Published on 5th January 2018
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New Year Old Me: Here are 5 resolutions that probably will not happen in 2018 either

Have some serious New Year resolution goals? Well here are some that have stuck to most our lists, for years. In case you can finally pull it off, 2k18 is going to be awesome!

Published on 2nd January 2018
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Will take strict measures for their safety but women have to complain: MTC MD

Many women opt to go with friends or acquaintances thus leaving the 250 fixed all women buses running mostly empty

Published on 30th December 2017
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With 24X7 helpline, this B'luru boy will make sure that you get a blood donor within an hour 

People who are willing to become blood donors register with the organisation and are contacted whenever there is a request for a particular blood group

Published on 21st December 2017
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Manisha Panicker's island resort will hike your love for travel, local culture and nature

Maneesha Panicker speaks about her love for slow tourism and establishing Kayal, a dream island location for tourists from across the world

Published on 16th December 2017
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India's first female psychiatrist Dr Sarada Menon still giving her all to the mentally ill at 94

Dr Sarada Menon, a Padma Bhushan awardee, has worked tirelessly to end the stigma that still looms strong on the topic of mental illness'

Published on 14th December 2017

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