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Uttar Pradesh government mulls over changing syllabus of primary schools in bid to improve and educate

Students of government schools have been given uniforms to encourage and encourage confidence and the will to learn

Published on 24th September 2017
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Is that a solar panel? Is that a roof? Both, it's Atum - an integrated solar roofing panel 

We talk to the inventor of Atum Vamsi Gaddam and find out the story behind the idea and the plans he has for its future 

Published on 24th September 2017
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Batman Day: Bengaluru met its Batman this weekend and it can't stop talking about it

As the world celebrated Batman Day on September 23, we tell you how Bengaluru responded to the gala  

Published on 25th September 2017
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The Railways Campaign to trace and rescue missing kids will now cover 75 of India busiest stations

Operation Muskaan, launched in 2015 to rescue children found on the railway premises currently covers only 35 railway stations.

Published on 25th September 2017
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It’s screen time versus the classroom for new age English language learners

Cambridge Assessment English is making landmark change in how technology is being used to impart English language education

Published on 25th September 2017
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Lunchbreak cut from 90 minutes to an hour as Puducherry schools attempt to control mischief

The Puducherry Education Department is cutting down lunchtime to an hour, a luxury for other schools that follow the half an hour routine, to prevent students from getting into trouble during breaks

Published on 4th October 2017
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GenY doesn't seem too outdoorsy, 56 per cent of Indian parents think so 

An International survey onducted in 10 countries has found that many parents felt their kids are less familiar with the outdoors than they were

Published on 4th October 2017
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Data is the new oil and should be democratised to be available for everybody, says Nandan Nilekani

The Aadhaar mastermind was speaking at 54th Convocation of IIT Madras, where 1588 students were awarded degrees for the academic excellence

Published on 21st July 2017
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There is a DIY space for the curious child. Visit soon?

Chennai’s Quest has opened its doors to children who would like to learn by doing

Published on 4th August 2017
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WTF! From combatting eve-teasing to domestic abuse, transgender Apsara's task force to be a one-stop support system for women

She will bring together 10 high profile advisory members including lawyers, police officers and government officials to provide women with legal aid, police protection and the like

Published on 23rd August 2017
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How Roghan Baskar battled autism and turned a hobby into a career in robotics 

Roghan Baskar aced Robotics at an early age and now he is everyone's favourite at New Shores International College in Bengaluru, where he is following his dreams to build specialised drones

Published on 24th August 2017
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These 20-year-olds from Jindal University are telling school children about something we've 'protected them from' for decades: Sexual Harassment 

From being pinched on buses to being stared at — these two girls are going to schools across India, using their own cash and bootstrapping it as they go along — to talk about how it's all harassment 

Published on 22nd August 2017
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Meet the Small Wonder Praniti whose Despacito mash up is going viral on social media

Age is just a number when it comes to eight-year-old Praniti, who is constantly taking social media by storm. We chat with her and her father to find out more about the singing sensation

Published on 21st August 2017
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From model to role model: Tamara Moss's epic story of how she is helping the kids of Jaisalmer 

This is the unique story of Tamara Moss and her organisation SLC that caters to the kids of Jaisalmer

Published on 21st August 2017
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JEE Mains topper Kalpit Veerwal in Limca book for scoring 100 per cent

Kalpit Veerwal, is the first-ever student to have scored 100 percent in the prestigious Joint Entrance Examination Main and made it to the Limca Book of Records for his feat

Published on 20th August 2017

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