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Govt schools will now be able to track the growth of a child for any kind of health anomaly and alert parents

An army of 430 mobile health teams comprising 815 AYUSH doctors, seven MBBS doctors, 388 staff nurses, 256 ophthalmic assistants, and 61 pharmacists will conduct the health checkups

Published on 21st December 2018
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Soon, NRI students can study medicine in Karnataka's govt medical colleges at 'rock bottom' fees

The medical education minister's proposal to increase the fee at government medical colleges and also to admit NRI quota students has already been met with opposition from students

Published on 19th December 2018
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Kochi Biennale: Why you need to check out these amazing student art installations

The Students' Biennale aims to alter the way in which art education programmes work

Published on 16th December 2018
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This HIV positive lady from Belgaum is helping many girls like her. Read her story about how she fought back the disease and discriminations in the society

This HIV positive woman from Belgaum is no less than a hero to others like her. So far, she's taken 11 HIV positive girls under her wing and aims to create facilities for thousands more

Published on 15th December 2018
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AICTE warns Karnataka government engineering colleges over facilities, tells them to trim admissions

As per information available with AICTE, Wednesday was the last date for colleges to file their appeals online, before AICTE

Published on 13th December 2018
Grama Sabha Panchayat

Karnataka Gram Panchayats that are not conducting children's meet to face action

In November, RDPR had issued a circular to officials of respective panchayats directing them to conduct Gram Sabhas for children on any one day of the month to discuss children's issues

Published on 12th December 2018
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Meet India's youngest entrepreneurs whose ideas will be game-changers in the future

How young do you need to be to have a start-up? Turns out, the answer to that question can bring some pretty low numbers. We catch up with some of the youngest entrepreneurs on the block

Published on 12th December 2018
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Karnataka forest guards ferry students to school as elephant rampage rock villages

The parents of students from remote villages, reportedly, have refused to send their children to nearby schools fearing elephant attacks

Published on 8th December 2018
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SC/ST students will now get funding to study aboard, K'taka govt launches scheme to help them

Under the new scheme, students going abroad for graduation in engineering, basic science, agriculture, medicine, law and other subjects will also get scholarships

Published on 7th December 2018
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If there is a government school within 1km, kids should go there, K'taka makes it compulsory under RTE

The new amendment to the RTE Act allows parents to enroll children in private schools only when there are no government schools within a radius of 1 km

Published on 6th December 2018
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Karnataka government to bear the education expenses of girl students in colleges

The scheme, approved by the state cabinet that met here, would come into effect from this academic year

Published on 6th December 2018
In Defense of Reason

Their raison d’être: In Defense of Reason is a forum in Hyderabad which organises talks on contemporary topics

In Defense of Reason has around nine core members and together they organise various activities. There are discussion forums, where people get together to discuss various topics

Published on 4th December 2018
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Residential schools for persons with disability from next year across Karnataka

The government is also keen in increasing salary of teachers working at disabled schools and also persons with disability at Gram panchayaths

Published on 3rd December 2018
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Lack of pupil-centred teaching methods reason for low learning skills, study shows

In Indian schools the teacher dominates and there is little room for independent learning.

Published on 25th November 2018
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Karnataka government now admits that it banned laptops in colleges by mistake

The students and faculty opposed this, as laptops were essential for students of Computer Science, Business Management and other core subjects

Published on 24th November 2018

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