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Meet Amrita's Team Vision which has been storming hackathons all over the country

This bunch of engineering students from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham have been storming hackathons all over the region with their tech-infused ideas and ‘cool’ coding

Published on 28th January 2019
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These IIT Madras profs launch start-up to train students on Artificial Intelligence at nominal costs

PadhAI will work with small scale enterprises and the industry to provide AI-driven apps, products and services and generate value for the Indian economy

Published on 19th January 2019
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From solving crime to how music instruments work, check out these quirky courses at Ahmedabad University

ISP courses at Ahmedabad University use students' diverse passion as a starting point to craft learning experiences

Published on 17th January 2019
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This NGO is helping tribal kids from MP, Odisha, and Karnataka to become sports icons. Here's how

Plenty of tribal and underprivileged kids often lack the coaching to make it to the big stage. But this organisation of youngsters is firmly trying to ensure they get great coaching and make it count

Published on 11th January 2019
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Learn how to make process automation apps from Zoho, in six days flat. Here's how

Zoho has launched the course in association with the National Skill Training Institute and has rolled out the programme at an extremely affordable cost  

Published on 7th January 2019
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Nagapattinam teachers request time to adapt to mobile app-based attendance registers

The app method of attendance registration has been made compulsory this week in Nagapattinam to start registering the names of students in the mobile

Published on 7th January 2019
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83% institutions aren't giving students future-relevant skills: How do we fix this?

Cognizant recently conducted a study and has come up with an industry solution for businesses and higher education institutions, which they define as a ‘Future of Learning equation’

Published on 7th January 2019
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If you have a passion for tech, you must check out 12-year-old Aarav Garg's YouTube channel

When Aarav Garg was in class VI, he started developing simple apps and basic games like roll the dice, tell your fortune and more

Published on 5th January 2019
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Why does PMK's Ramadoss want a 'dubsmash' app like TikTok banned?

Dr S Ramadoss recently urged the Tamil Nadu Government to ban the TIkTok app. So, we decided to have a look at what the app is all about

Published on 2nd January 2019
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Facebook ads may help reduce cancer deaths: University of Colorado study

Visiting online ads on Facebook can prompt users to register for cancer screening camps more regularly 

Published on 31st December 2018
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Facebook watches and monitors you even when you are offline, concludes recent study

If you think not having a Facebook account makes you immune to being monitored, think again

Published on 30th December 2018
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EFLU at 60: Why this University in Hyderabad is drawing international attention

We talk to VC Prof E Suresh Kumar to find out what they are doing to celebrate this grand occasion 

Published on 5th December 2018
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Manga Rani from Rajahmundry makes videos for her class so that learning becomes fun and easy

Manga Rani has more than 44,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel. But what she really aspires to learn is animation. So that she can make it catchy and attractive

Published on 4th December 2018
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How this Bengalurean's college project led her to create India's first visual and verbal storytelling board game

This design specialist from Bengaluru has introduced India's first visual and verbal storytelling board game and she plans to make it affordable for children from rural areas too

 

Published on 16th November 2018
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Innovative online English lessons are helping learners teach themselves

En.news is owned by Mike Elchik, the founder and president of WeSpeke, a global language technology company based in the US and affiliated with the Language Technologies Institute

Published on 10th November 2018

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