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This start-up is harnessing the power of AI to help students realise their true potential

Wudi has developed a free educational product, Edu-Wudi, to enable technology inclusion for every organisation, irrespective of their financial and technical backing

Published on 14th April 2018
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Promising employment asks for leadership skills and here's how you can stay ahead of the game 

Every person has leadership quality but the ones who get ahead in life are people who realise this potential and work on it

Published on 12th April 2018
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Paying your education loans may get more difficult. Here's why 

As per Care Rating report, the growth rate of education loan declined to two per cent in 2017 from 17 per cent in 2015, while NPAs of  PSBs in the segment increased from 5.7 per cent

Published on 9th April 2018
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Road to Bylakuppe: How India's largest Tibetian settlement is promoting entrepreneurship

By creating an entrepreneurship club in the Tibetan Children's Village Bylakuppe, the Tibetan refugees in India are hoping to create more employment opportunities and a better life

Published on 9th April 2018
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Remember Tarika Banu? This play will show how a transgender struggles for a dream career

'Sandakkaari', which will be performed on April 14 in Chennai, is the brainchild of Kattiyakkaari — a city-based theatre group, and Trans Rights Now Collective

Published on 9th April 2018
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Are you unemployed and want govt to help you? Here's what you need to do 

There is also a flipside to this: Those who have not complied with this requirement will not receive the assistance from now on

Published on 7th April 2018
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Students 'caste' Kerala in doubt: This is more about hegemony than technology

Does the 'casteless Kerala' rumour tell us more about the weakness of the system or the secularism of the society?

Published on 31st March 2018
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When you're gay, your gender is under scrutiny. Not your work: Kolkata teacher after sacking 

After being  denied a teaching position when he shifted from full-time to part-time employment, gay teacher Avijit Kundu says he has no plans to sue the school just yet

Published on 23rd March 2018
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From funkier courses to foreign profs, here’s what red-tape free autonomy means to varsities

A professor from one of the private universities that received autonomy from the UGC last week, talks about what it means to a varsity to be 'set free'

Published on 26th March 2018
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Nikita Hari's social venture is teaching coding to youngsters from the slums of Kerala 

Nikita Hari, a research scientist by profession and a social entrepreneur by passion is empowering the youth through education and technology

Published on 24th March 2018
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Why effective communication is a sign of good leadership 

It is common to see the youth fall between the continuum of being excellent communicators, average or moderate communicators and poor communicators

Published on 22nd March 2018
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BCom students at Lucknow University get a compulsory question on BJP government's policies      

While there were questions on unemployment, causes of industrial sickness and MNREGA, the students were asked to explain the nature BJP government's schemes in Applied Economics paper on March 17

Published on 20th March 2018
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One-third of Karnataka colleges are run by Lingayats. Here's is how it will affect you if they get minority status  

Lingayats running the educational institutions will be exempted from many compulsions and the community people will get 50 percent reservation in these schools and colleges

Published on 20th March 2018
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This TN coaching centre allows poor students to farm and barter organic produce for classes 

Want to attend coaching classes for competitive exams, but can't afford it? Worry not! Sabarmathi Gurukulam allows you to pay them in kind instead

Published on 18th March 2018
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No more 'Jumlas', we want jobs: DU, JNU students to organise public hearing today 

Disappointed with the state of unemployment and shallow promises by the Modi government, students step out to find a solution

Published on 19th March 2018

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