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IIT graduates bridge the education gap in Kashmir, by helping engineering students reach their goals

Facing off-and-on internet bans, curfews and inaccessibility to books in Jammu and Kashmir, a bunch of IIT graduates have got together to help students and engineering aspirants realise their dreams.

Published on 17th May 2017
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NCERT books forced onto schools, even though there are better books out there

CBSE forces schools to prescribe to NCERT textbooks only, and the Delhi High Court is on the verge of responding to a plea seeking to demolish this new rule

Published on 15th May 2017
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Guess what books Ruskin Bond loved as a youngster? Read on to find out

The renowned author Ruskin Bond talks about the books the books he loved as a child and tells us how they have inspired his ways as a person and as a writer

Published on 15th May 2017
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Writing NEET in Kerala this year? Here's how NEET is different from Kerala's 'usual' Medical Entrance Exam

From an increase in the number of questions to be answered in the same time frame to an increased stress on Maths and Chemistry, read on to find out how NEET is going to be different 

Published on 4th May 2017
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Meet Samica Mehta, a 19-year-old author who hasn't used capital letters to start sentences throughout her debut book!

At 19, Samica Mehta is a blogger-writer who has one very unique thing about her — she simply does not believe in using capital letters EVER! She tells us about her debut book and her emotional journey

Published on 1st May 2017
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Practical courses are the need of the hour, says Ishari Ganesh, founder of Vels University

As Vels University enters their 25th year, founder Ishari Ganesh talks about his plans to introduce more job-oriented courses

Published on 27th April 2017
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Broken heart and happy endings: Anuj Tiwari's journey from being an introvert to a bestselling author

Love has scarred Anuj Tiwari once. Life wasn't fair to him ever. But he rose like a phoenix penning tales of love

Published on 21st April 2017
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Seven stories for the wild we bet you haven't heard before

Journalist and author Baju Brahma talks about his love of nature that inspired his book

Published on 24th April 2017
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Here's why author Nayanika Mahtani is retelling Genghis Khan's story with Star Wars references

Author Nayanika Mahtani implores us to expose students to the other side of history just like her book does — so that they actually get a look into a side of history that most books tend to ignore

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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The Counsellor of Convicts: Here's why Rohit Kumar kept going back to Tihar Jail

Rohit Kumar's book Tales from the Jail is possibly one of the few accounts of what life is like for a man who keeps going back to prison without being indicted, arrested or locked away

Published on 19th April 2017
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Here are some practical strategies to help you plan finances as a student

Tarun Anand, the founder of Universal Business School, talks about how to implement financial planning in a student’s life 

Published on 9th April 2017
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School for marginalised families of Tripura's Reang tribes

On the lines of ancient Indian Gurukul philosophy, a school has been set up for the marginalised families of Reang tribes of Tripura

Published on 2nd April 2017
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Loo and behold: Meet the US student who's been staying in UP's remotest villages for five years to build 'one toilet at a time'

Since 2012, Marta Vanduzer-Snow, a PhD student from the US, has been building toilets in the most backward villages of UP. Despite all the turmoil and general mistrust, she's managed to cut the stink

Published on 2nd April 2017
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CBSE Class twelve students might have to settle for low scores as Accountancy exam paper catches them off guard

Claiming that the paper was tough and tricky, students and teachers are outraged and say it will adversely affect the students

Published on 1st April 2017

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