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Nyabazar, a portal developed by GITA students, compares online courses so that you don't have to

In the future, the team behind Bhubaneswar-based Nyabazar wants to collaborate with job portals so that they can mediate between the students and the portals. They will send student résumés to them

Published on 1st March 2020
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Scomm India is getting start-ups together to chill and discuss the start-up ecosystem

Scomm India was started by three able entrepreneurs from Bhubaneswar, Odisha. They are determined to create informal spaces where entrepreneurship and start-ups can be discussed and helped out too 

Published on 1st March 2020
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India has an entrepreneurial spirit deeply rooted in its culture: University of Basel's Christian Schneider

Christian Schneider also connects University of Basel, which is located in beautiful Switzerland, with local and international-level industry bodies and initiates like new public-private projects 

Published on 1st March 2020
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If you want to start an engineering college, take an old one and improve it: AICTE chief Anil Sahasrabudhe

AICTE Chairman, Anil Sahasrabudhe speaks about some of the policies of the AICTE, their biggest achievements and why merging the UGC and AICTE under the New Education Policy is not a problem 

Published on 1st March 2020
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How Sucheta Bhat is making kids' work-life dreams come true will inspire you

Suchetha Bhat, CEO of  Dream a Dream speaks about an organisation that focuses on training youngsters in life skills, about helping kids achieve their dreams and bringing mindfulness in children
 

Published on 1st March 2020
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This man who once failed in English now runs an English training academy and can speak in 5 accents

Ramesha A speaks about how he mastered the art of speaking English in different accents. He now runs his own English training academy to train thousands of students and working professionals

Published on 1st March 2020
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Career advice 101: Never ever hesitate to ask for help or seek professional guidance

It is hard to understand what prevents them from approaching people to seek professional guidance before making a career choice

Published on 29th February 2020
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Action to be taken against teachers found tutoring in private coachings: Kashmir's School Education Director

Making teaching-learning process more effective and ensure punctuality of teachers in schools, he impressed upon the teaching community to desist from the practices of private tutoring

Published on 28th February 2020
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Are girls kids of lesser God in education? The gender disparity in choosing private schools over govt ones

The Annual Status of Education Report, based on a survey to assess learning outcomes in school-going children, has revealed gender disparity in parents opting for private schools over government ones

Published on 28th February 2020
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Here's why giving and receiving feedback is the key to your overall growth

Pro Tip: Feedback is a powerful tool to grow every day. If you learn how to give and receive feedback, you will definitely grow

Published on 28th February 2020
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Vice-President calls for 'tolerance' during Pondicherry University convocation, protesting students detained for 20 hours

The students were shoved into police vans around midday on Tuesday when they refused to vacate the admin block and were released after the convocation ended without incident

Published on 27th February 2020
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How this couple in Hyderabad set up a 'Healing Train' to get underprivileged kids healthy while having fun

Meet Rachel and Kimmi, a couple in Hyderabad who have set up an NGO where students and underprivileged kids get much needed health checks and gyaan almost like they're on a train ride

Published on 27th February 2020
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A group of visually impaired children from Kottayam created these table-top calendars. Check them out here

Students of Government Blind School, Olassa, Kottayam painted a few pictures which were utilised to make table-top calendars which are being sold like hotcakes. Almost 750 calendars are sold out

Published on 25th February 2020
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Why B S Srinivas is the baap of animation education in the Bengaluru 'arena'

B S Srinivas talks about his journey in the animation industry and why jobs will only continue to increase in the sector

Published on 1st May 2019
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VMware is providing free online courses for women to upgrade themselves and make a comeback

Divya Vasudev, who recently upskilled herself with the help of a free online course in Cloud Management and Automation by VMware shares her experience and encourages more women to take it 

Published on 21st February 2020

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