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Researchers at PES University say the cost of dialysis could come down by at least 40 percent with this new device

The University claims this would be of particular help for those in rural areas where there are frequent power cuts and the shortage of water

Published on 11th June 2017
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Government forms special group to turn Kashmir into Kerala: To submit report on how to achieve full literacy within the year 

Kashmir government organises workforce to realise the dream of full literacy by the end of 2017

Published on 13th 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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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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He wrote to the NDMA way before the 2015 Nepal earthquake about the high threat of earthquakes in the Himalayas!

Dr Sreevalsa Kolathayar might be the only person who wrote to the NDMA about the risks before the 2008 earthquakes. Read on to find out more about his measures to get people prepared for earthquakes

Published on 29th May 2017
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Listen up entrepreneurs! Here's a programme by Stanford you should watch out for

Davis Albohm, Director Operations, SGSB opens up about developing leadership and management skills for scaling businesses and becoming regional leaders

Published on 26th May 2017
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MBBS Students in Karnataka are violating terms of a bond signed with state for mandatory rural service and here is why

Medical students refrain themselves from completing their one- year compulsory rural service for fear of life 

Published on 22nd May 2017
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Shocking results of Telangana SSC examination: Zero pass percentage in 20 private schools

Parents express frustration over quality of tuition in private schools as government schools fare way better in SSC exams

Published on 5th May 2017
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Enforcing NEET will ensure that society's weakest sections will always remain weak and our farmers' children are kept out of medical college

The former Union Health Minister argues that it is unfair to hope that students from rural areas will hold a candle to those who have been schooled in the CBSE system

Published on 24th April 2017
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Fast and Furious: Meet Joshil Abraham, a Keralite professor fed on Ambedkar and Marx, who has been on a hunger fast outside his college for 15 days

You've heard of GBPEC's protest for land. You've seen Joshil Abraham being carted off to AIIMS. You've probably seen pics of his mosquito net. This is his origin story and why he does what he does

Published on 19th April 2017
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Overrun by private dental colleges, TN to finally get a second Government Dental College and Hospital in Virudhunagar  

TN Chief Minister Edapaddi K Palaniswami announced that the college would be constructed soon and 100 BDS seats would be added to the state's stock of medical and dental seats

Published on 12th April 2017
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6 AIIMS, 25 new medical colleges - Yogi Adityanath's medical endeavors 

Yogi Adityanath's development agenda pays attention to medical schools too 

Published on 10th April 2017
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He had to switch countries. What this 18-year-old did next will stun you: He wrote NASA a thesis on how to connect Earth and the Moon with an elevator

Shuttling between his mother in Hyderabad and his grandparents in Chennai, Sai Kiran P stunned the scientists with his detailed life-in-spaceproposal that won him the NASA Ames contest

Published on 8th April 2017
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Loo and behold: Meet the US student who's been staying in UP's remotest villages for five years to build 'one toilet at a time'

Since 2012, Marta Vanduzer-Snow, a PhD student from the US, has been building toilets in the most backward villages of UP. Despite all the turmoil and general mistrust, she's managed to cut the stink

Published on 2nd April 2017
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Dis-placed: 3 out 5 Engineering graduates are unable to find a job, admits Union HRD Minister

Answering a question-answer session in the Rajya Sabha on Thursday, Prakash Javadekar expressed concerns about the quality of education in Engineering colleges

Published on 30th March 2017

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