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How Bengaluru start-up JobsForHer can help solve a woman's mid-career crisis

Till date, JobsForHer has helped more than 30,000 women get back to their careers after taking a long break. Now, their plans are to help women get into senior positions in corporate companies.

Published on 23rd November 2018
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Three-fourths of the teenage girls in digital India do not know how to surf the net, says study

Only one in every five girls said that they can go to a police station and file a complaint, and one in three can withdraw money from an ATM, bank or post office

Published on 27th November 2018
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This Cuddalore man is training his fellow disabled, lepers and widows in skills and helping them get their work done

Arockiya Edwin Prabhu is training the disabled on advocacy and helped them with monetary aid, employment opportunities and getting the work done in government offices

Published on 27th November 2018
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PlayShifu tells us why Augmented Reality toys are the next best teachers

Is AR the need of the hour?  AR expert Vivek Goyal talks about the pros and cons of AR toys and how these toys are different from conventional toys

Published on 21st November 2018
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Facebook plans to train 5 million Indians in digital skills by 2021

The programmes reached 29 states in India, including Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Punjab, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Odisha and Rajasthan among others

Published on 24th November 2018
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Why YouTube channel Kashmiri Kalkharabs is video-splaining everyday issues no one is talking about

Their families were understandably unsure when Parvaiz and Showkat told them that they were going to be full-time YouTubers but came around once they started earning money through these videos

Published on 20th November 2018
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Stanford researchers train AI to draw artistic caricatures

Called "CariGANs", the computational framework precisely models geometric exaggeration in photos via two algorithms the researchers have labelled, CariGeoGAN and CariStyGAN

Published on 20th November 2018
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Through USA's Community College initiative, Indian students can now do short courses

We talk to girls from the recent batch about their experience and what they did while in the US

Published on 18th November 2018
NGO's helping underpriviledged young girls

How this Bengaluru NGO has helped 1200 young girls beat depression, suicidal thoughts is inspiring

Niriksha has been helping underprivileged young girls get the psychological and counselling support that they currently lack — and they operate in Bengaluru and Hyderabad

Published on 13th November 2018
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The new JNU prospectus comes with a list of rare fauna on campus to raise awareness amongst students

JNU is part of the Southern Ridge of Aravali Hills and houses various species of wild fauna

Published on 12th November 2018
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Innovative online English lessons are helping learners teach themselves

En.news is owned by Mike Elchik, the founder and president of WeSpeke, a global language technology company based in the US and affiliated with the Language Technologies Institute

Published on 10th November 2018
AICTE

AICTE praises practices of four TN technical institutes, asks others to adopt the same

 the AICTE had listed out best practices followed in 30 technical education institutions across the country, four of which are from Tamil Nadu

Published on 9th November 2018
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Make in Odisha just upped the excitement factor for students with the Smart Odisha Hackathon

The event also features a state-of-the-art expo which will showcase investment opportunities across focus sectors and manufacturing ability of the state

Published on 9th November 2018
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People of this village near Bengaluru are super tech-savvy, thanks to Abhijit Sinha's Project DEFY nooks

Through project DEFY, Abhijit Sinha is setting up nooks where people can access the internet and learn things on their own

Published on 9th November 2018
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Through the concept of personifying music, these two music composers are teaching music to school children in India 

Trying to introduce Indian classical music to the younger generation is this musically-gifted husband-wife duo, they have formed a platform called Sangeet 4 All. We talk to them to find out more    

Published on 8th November 2018

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