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How Stanford has made online business education work during the pandemic, with a dash of empathy

We spoke to Stanford Graduate School of Business professor Sarah Soule about online education and its perks and downsides

Published on 27th November 2020
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UN releases 25 million USD from emergency fund to support women-led organisations, curb gender violence

UNFPA will receive 17 million dollars and 8 million dollars will go to UN Women. They will now decide where and how the money will be spent, said the press release

Published on 26th November 2020
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Govt school headmaster in Ariyalur farms own food for 15 years, creates awareness on organic farming

The headmaster said he has been interested in organic farming since his childhood. He decided to farm through organic farming on his 10 acres of land

Published on 24th November 2020
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New education policy aims at making India a global knowledge superpower: VP Venkaiah Naidu

Naidu urged the corporate sector to identify key research projects in various sectors and fund them under CSR (corporate social responsibility) initiatives

Published on 17th November 2020
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How college can still be fun when you follow COVID guidelines

With colleges finally reopening, The Coach tells us how to have fun with friends even while following the UGC guidelines and being careful about hygiene and social distancing

Published on 14th November 2020
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CUSAT's School of Legal Studies to launch a tele-legal aid clinic for Keralites in the state and beyond

It is Kerala's first tele-legal aid clinic to operate on a virtual interactive platform. The facility is being developed in collaboration with the Ernakulam District Legal Services Authority

Published on 13th November 2020
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People from Black, Asian communities at larger risk of contracting Coronavirus, finds UK study

Researchers at the universities of Leicester and Nottingham find that black people are twice as likely to contract COVID-19 as white people, and people from Asian backgrounds

Published on 13th November 2020
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Odisha puts a hold on its school reopening plans in Nov, apprehensive of a second wave of the Coronavirus

Odisha's School and Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash said the state had earlier decided to resume school activities for students of classes 9 to 12 in November

Published on 6th November 2020
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Move on: This Boston Uni student just wrote a lockdown book about not dwelling in the past

Samridh Seth, author and a Physics student at the Boston University in the USA, about his new book Past Dwellers and why youngsters must read it before they make a decision in their lives

Published on 4th November 2020
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Career guidance platform Univariety launches Subject Selector programme to guide Class 10 students

Univariety, being one of the most sought-after career guidance platforms, has recognised the importance of the right career choice for students after completing their Class 10 Board Exams

Published on 3rd November 2020
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J&K boy inspires youth in the valley after qualifying for Kashmir Administrative Services in his first attempt

Hailing from the far-flung hilly area of Thanna Mandi Tehsil in Rajouri District, Gouhar bagged 29th rank in his first attempt in the highly competitive exam without any coaching assistance

Published on 26th October 2020
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PM Modi approves MoU for ICAI to help stregthen Papua New Guinea's financial and audit knowledge base

Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) and Certified Practising Accountants Papua New Guinea (CPA PNG) will work together to hold and conduct technical events, seminars and conferences in

Published on 21st October 2020
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National Informatics Centre, IEEE Computer Society and Oracle to organise Gov Tech-Thon to boost innovation in agriculture, education 

The virtual hackathon is open to students, working professionals, startups, freelance technologists, faculty, and other IT service firms in India

Published on 14th October 2020
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Why Dalits and the underprivileged in India have built-in barriers to accessing mental health care

Mental healthcare even for so-called privileged communities is dismal, so one can only shudder to imagine what it must be for those from non-privileged backgrounds

Published on 11th October 2020
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A fulfilling life is in everyone's reach, mental illness cannot be the barrier: Bipolar India's Vijay Nallawala

As someone who has been living with bipolar disorder all his life, Vijay Nallawala is best positioned to tell us about the condition, how he overcame his mental illness and a lot more

Published on 10th October 2020

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