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As cold wave grips city, parents demand school timings to be tweaked in Hyderabad

Students, especially those in pre-primary and primary schools, find it difficult to leave the house early in the morning, around 7 am

Published on 1st January 2019
Focus initiative

This unique boot-camp-style workshop will groom you to get into Ivy League colleges

Check out this initiative that aims to prepare students for the high expectations that Ivy League schools around the world require them to meet — from grooming to interview skills

Published on 31st December 2018
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How an all-women driving school is giving wings of freedom to women 

The venture has helped thousands of Indian women to become more independent by offering them greater mobility and versatility

Published on 30th December 2018
Parent Connect

This pre-school chain founded by IIT-Delhi alumni has developed their own smartphone app for children's safety

Founded by Purvesh Sharma, Raj Singhal, and Ashish Aggarwal in 2012, Footprints Childcare, uses the latest developments in technology to ensure the children's safety and security

Published on 28th December 2018
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Here is why Vellore Institute of Technology doesn't believe in the number game 

Last year, around 400 companies visited Vellore Institute of Technology for placements, and this time they are expecting even more

Published on 28th December 2018
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Meet Rohit Dey from Bengaluru who developed a drone that can carry 5.5 kgs of medical supplies during an emergency

Rohit Dey is a young scientist from Bengaluru who made it all the way to NASA talks about his drone that can carry up to 5.5 kg of organs or medical supplies during those critical hours

Published on 28th December 2018
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Why collaborative research is no longer a choice but a directive for B-schools

The first level of collaboration that B-schools need to look at is on home-ground, in terms of collaborative efforts across functional domains

Published on 25th December 2018
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Mu Sigma reaches out to underserved youth with its muPathshala programme in collaboration with Parikrma Foundation

Supporting around 100 students, the muPathshala program provides access to the company's innovation lab, including exposure to machine learning and AI to solve real-world problems

Published on 22nd December 2018
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Scientists use sound waves to acoustically stitch up internal injuries, deliver drugs to target organs

Sound exerts a small acoustic force and by turning up the volume of ultrasonic waves, too high pitched for humans to hear, scientists create a sound field strong enough to move small objects

Published on 24th December 2018
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How these design specialists from Bengaluru are making the best out of waste and reducing the burden on landfills

Two design specialists from Bengaluru who were inspired by the theme of their college project formed their own start-up. Now, they create sustainable products  to save the environment from pollution

Published on 24th December 2018
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LPU's driverless solar bus will welcome PM Narendra Modi to the Indian Science Congress

Students from multiple fields like Mechanical, Electrical, and Computer Engineering collaborated under the guidance of LPU professors and experts to design the vehicle

Published on 21st December 2018
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Bengaluru-based basketball player Sanjana Ramesh has bagged a prestigious scholarship and is headed to the US

When it comes to social media, she very active on Instagram. “Maybe I spend a bit more time on it than I should,” she says

Published on 17th December 2018
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MCC student Mahima's death proves that we haven't learnt from a similar incident in Pondy in 2016

A 17-year-old student had collapsed during a race and died instantly, prompting the call for mandatory medical personnel during sporting events. Who's listening?

Published on 15th December 2018
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How Alisha Abdullah is going to stop people from racing illegally on Chennai's streets

The popular racer tells us that her inter-college racing event is a start of a bigger plan that she has to make racers out of speed demons 

Published on 15th December 2018
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Dance of Democracy: Why this anti-Sterlite song could serve as a wake-up call for every Tamil youth

The collective Justice Rocks along with musician Kaber Vasuki and Nityanand Jayaraman commented on the plight of democracy in the state of Tamil Nadu and the clamping down on dissent through the song

Published on 13th December 2018

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