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This platform created by Geologists from Bengaluru connects 300 of its members across the country for various projects

This initiative for freelance geologists is aimed at sensitising people about the earth and environment and is supported by experts in the field

Published on 25th October 2017
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The Dying art: Theyyam seems to lose its colours with smattering income but this Kerala man won't give up on it

This art-lover from Kerala is successfully superseding his ancestors in creating characters through brushes in Theyyam, and he's has been doing it for 25 years now 

Published on 25th October 2017
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Baabtra, a Kozhikode based start-up provides college graduates with a platform that helps them get job ready

 Baabtra, derived from an urdu word that means 'door'attempts to open doors for aspiring programmers 

Published on 24th October 2017
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Keeping up with the careers of the 21st century 

Richa Dwivedi Saklani's debut book The Ultimate Guide to 21st Century Careers aims at familiarising you with emerging jobs

Published on 19th October 2017
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Prerana Special School fights for mentally challenged kids in rural Maharashtra by battling stigma and teaching them the art of living

The school has not received a single grant from the government in years but has changed lives after Father Bijesh and Seenu Philip decided to fight an ugly battle in Kalmeshwar, with kindness 

Published on 19th October 2017
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Artist Shreenath is set to take the issue of the 1943 Bengal Famine and convert it into a dance drama that you will never forget

To prepare for the dance drama, Shreenath is doing site-specific research and reading books on that particular time period

Published on 12th October 2017
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Mangaluru's University College sees 50 year reunion that took two decades to organise — and the memories are priceless

The scholarship is the first of its kind as it includes contributions by all classmates and will be distributed among toppers in Mathematics of first, second and third year, with a Rs 5K cash price

Published on 6th October 2017
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A few years ago, he was a security guard. Today, Ere Gowda has penned the script of the National Award winning film Thithi

Ere Gowda's life from a security guard to a film maker is a reminder to everyone that dreams will come true

Published on 25th August 2017
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What could a 74-year-old have in common with someone who's 26? We talked to two teachers, generations apart, to find the answer

This Teachers' Day, we take a look at how much has changed in the education sector in the last few decades and how different it is to be a teacher today

Published on 5th September 2017
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Data is the new oil: Hear it from the heads of data analytics institutes to know more about their courses

Top rung of Jigsaw Academy and International School of Engineering (INSOFE) tell why the IT professionals dealing with Big Data systems need Data Analytics 

Published on 27th September 2017
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Feeling blue and suicidal? This Karnataka online counselling platform can be YourDost

A Bengaluru startup is working its way towards eliminating student suicides one youngster at a time. This online counselling platform is virtually saving lives 

Published on 14th September 2017
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Couple goals: Chennai couple win Australia's top Science Award a year apart from each other

Madhu Bhaskaran, a native of Chennai has won the Eureka Award for her work in wearable electronics just a year after her husband won the same award

Published on 18th September 2017
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This woman from Andhra Pradesh is giving shelter to girls who are shunned by their own families

Through her orphanage for abandoned girls— Aarti Homes—  Sandhya Puchalapalli is sensitising India towards the plight of its girl children  

Published on 19th September 2017
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The BYJU interview: How this one man is making alternate learning app-solutely easy and interesting 

From holding live sessions at jam-packed auditoriums to transforming himself into an app, Byju Raveendran, the man behind the BYJU'S app, changed the face of the modern education in India

Published on 23rd September 2017
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Brexit won't affect Indian students, want more South Indian students to avail scholarships: British High Commission

At a meeting held in Chennai, the Commission invited more Indian students to avail UK scholarships and cleared the air about apprehensions regarding Brexit

Published on 19th September 2017

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