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KITE introduces a new edutainment portal for students in Kerala who are at home due to the Coronavirus lockdown

The new content development process is being undertaken by over 160 teachers along with education experts from various districts in the state from their homes during the lockdown period

Published on 3rd April 2020
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IIT Madras' Digital Skills Academy launches new cybersecurity course to help secure companies, professionals from data breaches

'Certified Cyber Warrior' course in cybersecurity is being offered to Government, Police/Security professionals, PSUs IT Service Managers and more to protect sensitive information

Published on 2nd April 2020
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International Institute of Hotel Management first hospitality college to launch online classes for students

Within two days of the announcement, IIHM was the first hospitality education institution to put in place the online classes schedule where teachers, can take lessons through video conferencing

Published on 2nd April 2020
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Unprecedented food crisis: Think tank's study warns that India may be hit by famine, post war on COVID-19

The Kejriwal government has announced relief measures for the vulnerable strata of the society but are the promises being fulfilled?

Published on 2nd April 2020
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South Korean schools to reopen with online classes

Although South Korea has one of the best telecommunications networks in the world, there are doubts as to how the country's infrastructure will support such a nationwide deployment

Published on 31st March 2020
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Quarantine and Corona: How to get into the 'working mode' while at home effectively

Taking a break, in fact, is quite important to make your work from home effective, according to Bain & Company

Published on 30th March 2020
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WhatsApp reduces Status video time limit to 15 seconds in India

At the time of launch, WhatsApp allowed 90 seconds to three minutes of video and if the existing video is larger than 16MB if gave an option to trim the length

Published on 30th March 2020
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COVID19: US teen booked for coughing on groceries as a 'prank'  

The incident took place at a time when confirmed cases of novel coronavirus are on the rise in Houston area

Published on 30th March 2020
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IIT Kharagpur study explores the urgent need for COVID-19 lockdown, people's travel behaviour and more

The work will eventually help formulate potential strategic interventions and policy measures for combating any future events of a similar nature

Published on 27th March 2020
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UN launches new global platform to keep information networks 'safer, stronger' during COVID-19 pandemic

Telecommunication networks have never before been as vital to "our health and safety, and to keep our economy and society working" as they are during the current crisis

Published on 24th March 2020
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Here's how Skyy Rider Institutions are training students in multiple courses for a better tomorrow

Nihar Panda and Himanshu Panda started Skyy Rider Institutions in September, in the year 2011. Their training partners include Mahindra, Yamaha and Hyundai National Skill Development Corporation

Published on 23rd March 2020
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Why MBBS students in Tamil Nadu don't want to hang around Corona wards in Government Hospitals

The Tamil Nadu Medical Students' Association issued a statement on Tuesday demanding that undergraduate students be given holidays as well  

Published on 20th March 2020
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There are no bad students, only bad teachers: Why UPES VC Sunil Rai thinks India needs to educate its educators

The NEP is now thinking of how to enhance the education delivery system rather than create technicians and engineers, says UPES Vice-Chancellor Dr Sunil Rai

Published on 17th March 2020
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This IAS officer created a training centre for tribal students in Maharashtra. Check it out

Since accomplishing his dream of becoming an IAS officer, Manuj Jindal has been working towards realising the aspirations of a number of tribal children in a small village in Maharashtra

Published on 18th March 2020
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Coronavirus impact: Kerala to train 81,000 primary teachers online through focussed intervention in 11,274 schools

It is the first time in India that such a massive specific training for teachers is conducted within a short time by utilising a complete digital mechanism

Published on 14th March 2020

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