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Tamil Medium School in Bengaluru

This 106-year-old Tamil Medium School in Bengaluru was saved from closure. This is how

Two private companies and the Government of Karnataka renovated this 106-year-old Government Tamil School recently. The former headmistress of this school tell us why these upgrades are very important

Published on 29th January 2019
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Here's how Bengaluru-based Sneha Care Home is trying to bring positivity into the lives HIV positive kids  

Sneha Care Home has been working to help HIV positive children better their lives. We talk to the Director of the institute to find out more 

Published on 29th January 2019
67 visually impaired students are selected to be a part of the final performing group for Republic day

These Bengaluru Academies have been training the visually impaired students to march in the Republic Day parade

These visually impaired students are extraordinary. We talk to their teachers to find out what went into training the visually impaired students for their march past tomorrow in Bengaluru

Published on 25th January 2019
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This Bengaluru student's three-wheeled solar vehicle needs to be recharged only once every 15 days

We talk to Byre Gowda, a mechanical engineer who built a three-wheeled vehicle that works on solar energy for his college project

Published on 25th January 2019
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Single teacher schools: K'taka ranks #6 in India with 4,700 such schools

Madhya Pradesh has the highest number of schools, with single teachers at 18,307 schools, followed by 12,052 in Rajasthan

Published on 23rd January 2019
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Blink and your portrait is ready: Asia's first speed painter Vilas Nayak can paint on stage in just 3 minutes

Vilas worked in Bengaluru for about six years as a human resource officer before quitting his lucrative but mundane corporate job in 2011 to pursue his passion for art

Published on 22nd January 2019
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This 76-year-old boatman has been ferrying children across the Tungabhadra to school free of cost

A boatman of the people, UK Mallanna loves to ferry students across the river and never expects anything in return

Published on 24th January 2019
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Belagavi school that took students for a picnic on mourning day served notice

The Karnataka government has announced mourning for the state, after the demise of Shri Shivakumara Swami

Published on 23rd January 2019
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Karnataka government calls for a complete ban on plastic bottles, bouquets for university events

At a recent review meeting conducted by higher education minister GT Devegowda, the department decided to cut down on expenditure and directed vice-chancellors to ensure this

Published on 23rd January 2019
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Kerala government schools top in country, outstanding mathematical skills, education report says

According to education experts, better awareness and exposure is the reason why Kerala is doing better when it comes to pre-primary, primary, secondary and higher secondary education

Published on 20th January 2019
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Telangana shocker: State's childcare shelters home to second highest child porn production in India

Though male children were victims of child pornography, the victims of sexual abuse and assault lodged in Telangana’s children homes were mostly girls — 80 girls and 47 boys

Published on 21st January 2019
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Should English medium schools be merged with those teaching in vernacular medium to raise the standard of education?

Rationalisation and merging of schools is a compulsion in the context of migration of students to English medium schools.

Published on 21st January 2019
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This planetarium in Bengaluru has been inspiring students to become astronauts since 1989

We talk to the Director of Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium in Bengaluru to find out what sets them apart from other planetariums

Published on 16th January 2019
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Hindi Imposition: In post-Periyar, Kalaignar era, will TN see another anti-Hindi uprising? 

The MHRD has said Hindi will not be made compulsory yet there is a suspicion that it might be made compulsory soon enough

Published on 11th January 2019
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Are the students studying in vernacular medium falling behind the ones who have an English-medium education?

Defending the government’s move noted above, the Chief Minister said that the English-medium call was taken keeping in mind the future of children from the underprivileged sector

Published on 12th January 2019

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