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Meet lecturer cum researcher Jagadish Thaker who was a part of the first sample survey of India's climate change

Appreciation from teachers goes a long way and a living example of this is J Jagadish Thaker, who has presented papers across the world. Read more to find out how encouragement made him tick

Published on 1st June 2017
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With no student union to lead protest, TISS students bombard college authorities with emails demanding roll back of new circular that makes Aadhar compulsory, stops scholarships for SC, ST, OBC

A few weeks ago, TISS director had warned that three departments would be shut due to no government funding, the same problem comes back to haunt students of the new academic year but with much worse.

Published on 31st May 2017
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She ditched a well-paying job to teach English to the children of Ejipura slum in Bengaluru- The Shradha Iyer story

By teaching the children in Bengaluru’s Ejipura slum English, Shradha Iyer has given them access to better lives, better jobs and a whole other world. But she’s doing so much more than just teaching

Published on 30th May 2017
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Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram-Name it all. This Professor is everywhere to help you

Putting practical application of theories at the forefront of his teaching, Dr Thangakumar J, an Assistant Professor from Hindustan University talks about how he makes classrooms fun and interactive

Published on 27th May 2017
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Listen up entrepreneurs! Here's a programme by Stanford you should watch out for

Davis Albohm, Director Operations, SGSB opens up about developing leadership and management skills for scaling businesses and becoming regional leaders

Published on 26th May 2017
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The Professional Simplifier: This Professor uses technology to train students and enhance their experience

He’s got a simple approach to his teaching — to make lessons simple and straightforward. Dr R L Shankar, aka the Professional Simplifier, talks about his approach to keeping things simple

Published on 25th May 2017
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Believe it or not. He was accorded the role of a visiting faculty at NLSIU at the young age of 25! 

Rahul Singh, an assistant professor of Law at NLSIU and an authority on competition law, about the kind of things he has done in the field of law and his game-changing time at Harvard Law School

Published on 24th May 2017
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Over 50 percent applications in Bengaluru PU Colleges are for commerce. Here's why

Bengaluru students are seen to find commerce a safer stream to choose as there is anxiety with regard to the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for Medical and Engineering courses 

Published on 18th May 2017
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Madhu Kishwar on JNU post issue: They're acting like I was selling Chole-Bhature in Sarojini Nagar Market before this

Madhu Kishwar vehemently maintains that she's not a sanghi and questions why JNU's students are yelling themselves hoarse when her predecessor was 'way less qualified'

Published on 10th May 2017
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DUTA members stage protest outside VC's residence

DUTA protests outside VCs residence over demands on issues related to pension, non- conformation, alleged tempting of service conditions and so on 

Published on 10th May 2017
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Hyderabad may not be Silicon Valley, but it has a SAP Street: From quick classes to fake certificates, here's why Ameerpet is always on IT students' radar    

Quick lessons before college? Check. Experience Certificate in any computer language for a consideration? Check. If it's IT you need, then Ameerpet is IT! 

 

Published on 24th April 2017
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Great writing is at the heart of great journalism: Award-winning journalist Tom Goldstein talks about helming Jindal's J-School

Jindal School of Journalism and Communication has a new distinguished dean and he gets talking about how journalism is one field of study that will never ever grow old. Woohoo!

Published on 24th April 2017
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This Dutch student's college project led to him driving around the world in a Volkswagen Golf that runs on electricity!

Wiebe Wakker, a Dutchman who’s travelling around the world in an electric car for sustainability’ sake — a trip that started off as a college project that has chugged across continents sans any fuel

Published on 19th April 2017
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LIBA students find simple, cheap way to clean up fluoride contaminated water, win prize at UK Social Innovation Challenge

What started as a 5 mark project became a 500 pounds prize for six students from Chennai's LIBA, as they made a proposal for a simple way to clean up fluoride contaminated water in villages 

Published on 22nd April 2017
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Stay hungry Stay foolish

If you're 'hungry' and 'foolish' you are willing to learn and that's exactly what the founder of tech giant Apple, Steve Jobs believed in

Published on 15th April 2017

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