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English teachers Education Protection Mission

Over 3,000 Kozhikode English teachers to be taught better English under Education Protection Mission

The District Centre for English, with an updated computer network and software for online teaching, has a language lab where around 30-35 teachers can work at the same time

Published on 21st November 2018
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Tamil Nadu's AIDS Control Society is getting students to make HIV memes to raise awareness on AIDS Day

To raise awareness, TANSACS is inviting memes from college students to create awareness about the disease, prior to World AIDS Day

Published on 21st November 2018
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After 28 years Karnataka will have student elections again, NSUI and ABVP thrilled

Karnataka had banned student union elections on campuses following a court order in 1989-1990, which held such unions to be responsible for caste-based violence on campuses of educational institutions

Published on 21st November 2018
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16-year-old Bengalurean, Samay Godika, wins college scholarship for his video on Circadian Rhythm

A Class 11 student of National Public School, Koramangala in Bengaluru, Samay represented India and his school at the Breakthrough Junior Challenge this year

Published on 21st November 2018
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NIT Calicut student wins Google scholarship, impresses with AR tech for autistic children

Ashik Hameed, a Biotechnology student from NIT Calicut has become the first ever student outside of the Computer Science stream to qualify for the Google's Venkat Panchapakesan Memorial Scholarship

Published on 20th November 2018
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Sruthi Palaniappan, an Indian-origin student is the new President of Harvard's Undergrad Council 

Palaniappan won a healthy percentage of the votes and managed to build on her achievement of being the youngest member at a Democratic Convention, when she attended one in 2016

Published on 20th November 2018
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Why women students of Rajasthan Central University covered their faces during the campus' first-ever protest

This was the first protest that the nine-year-old university witnessed, ten students have been expelled 

Published on 20th November 2018
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Delhi court asks the police to submit a report after casteist question appears for public exam

The plea, seeking lodging of FIR against the persons concerned, said senior officials who were part of the examination committee, allegedly selected derogatory and insulting question

Published on 20th November 2018
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Arrangements on to make Common Entrance Test go online from 2019

The submission of applications was made online from CET 2015 while the seat selection and allotment, payment of fee went online from CET 2017

Published on 2nd December 2018
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Marina Beach opens up for people with disabilities on Int'l Disability Day

The Chennai Corporation has started installing the temporary ramp and has assured that it will be ready by Sunday night

Published on 2nd December 2018
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HIV can't decide my life's path: Going from helplessness to a life of meaning

One day as he was roaming the streets of Mumbai in search of a better consult, a poster caught his eye — total herbal cure for HIV and AIDS. Nine months passed and nothing happened

Published on 1st December 2018
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Why Hackathons, not Group Discussions work for Virtusa's hiring 

The National Level Hackathon on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, they claim, will not only help them recruit better employees but also bring out the best in the participants

Published on 1st December 2018
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World AIDS Day: Which of these 20 myths about HIV do you still think are true?

HIV is one of the those diseases that has a long list of misconceptions that surround it ever since it was discovered. This AIDS Day, here is a list of myths that people believe about HIV-AIDS that we

Published on 1st December 2018
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I have HIV and I am not ashamed: How a woman from Jalpaiguri went from a victim to a beacon of hope

Being shy about your disease is the worst thing you can do to yourself. Not only will it give you the inferiority complex that you do not deserve, but it can also cause physical harm at times

Published on 1st December 2018
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World AIDS Day 2018: How this 18-year-old from Kolkata overcame HIV and is now helping change the mindset

Sneha, who completed her schooling and is currently studying retail management at Swami Vivekananda College in Kolkata, loves to play the guitar

Published on 1st December 2018

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