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Public policy

Want to study public policy?  Indian School of Public Policy's dedicated one-year course should work for you

The one-year programme will be a blended design of theory, perspectives and best-practices of public policy from around the world and is open to anyone with a bachelor's degree

Published on 25th October 2018
Rhodes

Meet the Rhodes Scholar from Bengaluru who is all set to obtain her Masters from Oxford University


Twenty-one-year-old Samvida Venkatesh is one among the five Indian students who have been selected for the 2019 Rhodes Scholarship based on their outstanding scholarly achievement

Published on 1st November 2018
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The art of disagreeing: How to politely say 'no' to someone in different situations

Saying ‘no’ to someone is one of the communication functions that we have to perform in different situations

Published on 5th November 2018
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Beyond bistros: Nirvana Bistro in Hyderabad serves homely food and also promoting arts and music 

Kapil Kanchibotla, Co-founder of Nirvana Bistro, Hyderabad, talks to us about his six month-old space

Published on 5th November 2018
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Making sense of #MeToo: Here are a few pointers which can help us safeguard ourselves from perpetrators

The victims have suffered in silence for so long. Imagine how violated they would have felt. The psychological scars would remain, haunting them forever

Published on 3rd November 2018
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Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani calls for 80 per cent private sector jobs for local youth

Furthermore, Rupani shared statistics related to development in Gujarat and emphasised on the state's contribution to the overall growth of the country

Published on 2nd November 2018
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Why youngsters are making a beeline for Trivandrum-based co-working space B-Hub

These events and workshops organised at B-Hub can range from anything between storytelling to machine learning or data science to ukelele lessons

Published on 31st October 2018
One day British Deputy High Commissioner

Meet the two girls who were selected to become the British Deputy High Commissioner for a day

A date is being finalised for Nayonika to become the British Deputy High Commissioner for one day while Sneha has availed the opportunity 

Published on 21st October 2018
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On The Floor: Why all contemporary dance lovers must check out this Kochi dance school 

The founder of the game-changing dancing studio, The Floor, talks about changing the way contemporary dance is taught

Published on 31st October 2018
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Devansh Misra, a class 4 student from Jaipur, draws laurels for playing 'Kashmir' in Bollywood film

In this film, scheduled for December release, Devansh plays the lead role of a lost deaf and dumb child, who despite being silent all across the film, manages to connect to the audience with his actin

Published on 31st October 2018
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This Bengaluru Community college is running a workshop to teach men how to cook, share household chores

A course started by a community college in Bengaluru is teaching the male youth that it's important to share the responsibilities of a household

Published on 31st October 2018
Virtual Reality in classrooms for learning disabilities

This school is using virtual reality to train students who suffer from Specific Learning Disabilities

As a pilot project, Blossoms School in Bengaluru has introduced Virtual Reality in their classrooms and research is on to introduce it full-fledgedly as well, finds Rashmi Patil 

Published on 19th October 2018
Upskilling

Why are half the IT employees in India dropping out of upskilling programmes? FITE has the answer

An earlier study had also found that IT professionals need to up-skill 15-20 times in their career to stay relevant in the industry

Published on 30th October 2018
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How VIBGYOR School is helping kids with learning disabilities

The school chain has huge plans to bring their inclusive education programme to smaller cities and town in South India

Published on 29th October 2018
AI to help people with special needs

For Microsoft, AI is all about empowering a billion people with special needs

The change has been visible in the last couple of years under CEO Satya Nadella who has brought AI to the fore across domains — devices, Cloud, Office 365, Windows and so on

Published on 29th October 2018

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