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#HimToo: Academia has mixed reaction to Raya Sarkar's list of naming and shaming sexual harassers

It has had its share of criticism and it's share of appreciation but what do the students and teachers who belong to the system think about this list.

Published on 26th October 2017
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Lessons from 2015 Chennai floods: IIT-M students build makeshift houses that can be folded in a box 

These final year civil engineering students from IIT-M have come up with a '400-sq-ft home fold into a box' to curb damage in case of flood

Published on 28th October 2017
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TISS students to protest at convocation demanding fee reduction for SC/ST peers

The students have been protesting for 76 days now and were hoping their demands will reflect the new fee structure but the fees are still arguably high

Published on 7th May 2018
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Yale, Princeton academics condemn attack on prof whose post criticised Vajpayee ​

Academics, sociologists, professors and various activists have come together to demand action against the attackers and ask for safer campuses

Published on 23rd August 2018
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More than 100 govt school teachers from K'taka provided special training for English Medium Schools

After completing their training at the Regional Institute of English, Bengaluru, on May 8, these master trainers will head back to the allocated districts and hold a screening for the teachers

Published on 8th May 2019
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Do you know which is the oldest tree in India? Ask these two tree hunters!

Seema Mundoli and Harini Nagendra talk about what went into their book Cities and Canopies: Trees in Indian Cities and why everyone must read it

Published on 3rd July 2019
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Amrita, KIIT, VIT make it to UGC's Institutes of Eminence list. Full list here

Unlike last year, this year, the University Grants Commission has released a list of 10 private and 10 public institutions

Published on 3rd August 2019
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Institutes of Eminence: Here's why Ashoka, Krea, Aligarh Muslim varsities did not earn the tag

As per the government guidelines, certain factors were considered in identifying the institutions, one of the most important being an institute's global ranking

Published on 3rd August 2019
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After almost 50-day delay in appointment, Sudhir Krishnawamy takes charge as NLSIU's new VC

Prof Krishnaswamy completed his graduation in BA LLB from NLSIU in 1998. He has been a Teaching Fellow in Law at the Pembroke College at Oxford University

Published on 26th September 2019
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This legal collective in Kerala is helping students fight for their right legally, free of cost

Your Lawyer Friend is a legal collective run by a group of law students and lawyers. We talk to a few of its members

Published on 9th October 2019
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Over 2 lakh responses to NEP, but none significant enough to rattle it: Dr K Kasturirangan

The Chairman of the NEP Drafting Committee talks about how protests aside, the policy was acceptable enough to raise the bar in Indian education

Published on 14th January 2020
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Bengaluru's Azim Premji University announces admissions for undergraduate programmes 2020

The university was established under the Azim Premji University Act 2010 of Karnataka Govt. Azim Premji Foundation, the sponsoring body set it up as a fully philanthropic and not-for-profit entity

Published on 10th March 2020
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Azim Premji University creates online booklet listing govt relief measures for COVID-19. Check it out here

The booklet has been created by a group consisting of faculty, students from various schools of studies and post-doctoral fellows at Azim Premji University

Published on 9th April 2020
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Meet the Bengaluru student whose RTI revealed that PM CARES is not a public authority

The PM CARES fund was set up on March 28. The RTI was filed by an LLM student of Azim Premji University

Published on 30th May 2020
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Indians do not have easy access to funds deposited by govt during COVID, says survey

The government might have transferred funds but accessing them is a herculean task for an illiterate rural Indian. I-CARD's data throws up a lot of insights into just how deep the issue is

Published on 17th June 2020

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