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Six winners emerge from fifth edition of India's largest online Arithmetic Genius Contest

The preliminary rounds of the contest were conducted during the tough pandemic times when children were forced to stay at home

Published on 24th February 2021
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This 14-year-old's virtual classroom app won the IIT Roorkee app innovation challenge. Here's why

The IIT Roorkee App Innovation Challenge was open to students from Grade 8 to 12. Students had to build apps on one of the following themes: agriculture, education, healthcare and sanitisation

Published on 23rd February 2021
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This non-profit partnered with the Telangana govt to teach coding in schools without screens. This is how

Coding For All doesn't need you to have a computer or even know English. It's enough if you are interested and they will take care of everything else effortlessly. Read on to find out more

Published on 23rd February 2021
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This seven-year-old holds a record for being the fastest to add 50 numbers and can name 300+ dinosaur species

K Anirudh is a first-grader in Doha's DPS Modern Indian School. He made it to the India Book of Records and Asia Book of Records recently

Published on 16th February 2021
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NIT Rourkela's Shecoders is a girls-only coding club that is killing it

To ensure that coding remains within the grasp of each girl who aspires to learn, Shecoders was started in NIT Rourkela last year and this is how far they have come today. They even conduct webinars! 

Published on 9th February 2021
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How the UpSchool Project is teaching languages to kids stuck out of school — and making it count!

UpSchool Project is teaching coding languages, Hindi and Tamil to kids aged between 8 and 13. We get you the details about their live online classes

Published on 3rd February 2021
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Scientists develop personalised platform that can boost medicine research for cancer

The platform features an interactive database that provides insight into the role of disease-associated mutations in cancer

Published on 9th February 2021
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Inefficiency of Merit: Have India's top technical, scientific institutes used the ‘merit’ debate to deny jobs to teachers from oppressed communities?

Technical and scientific institutes have maintained that due to the ‘sophisticated nature’ of certain jobs, they cannot allow people who come in through reservation to occupy them

Published on 8th February 2021
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Edtech firm BYJU's becomes ICC's global partner for 3 years 

In addition to the integrated brand presence at some of the world's biggest sporting events, BYJU'S will work closely with the ICC to deepen engagement

Published on 8th February 2021
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Two Army veterans have launched an affordable e-learning platform to help kids continue learning during the pandemic

Major General (retired) VN Prasad who along with his friend Major DK Kumar has launched E-Vidyalaya that can help students from low-income groups access resource materials to study and learn coding

Published on 5th February 2021
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This 2020 game is the coolest way to remember 2020: Meet the 24-year-old Russian who created it

Max designed and coded the game himself. While coding was the hardest part as he was fairly new to it, pixel art was easy because he had experimented with it for a year before

Published on 3rd February 2021
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This new wearable sensor will deliver real-time medical data to those with eyes, mouth diseases. Here's how

The sensors would be placed near the tear duct or mouth to collect samples, which would then produce data viewable on a user's smartphone or sent to their doctor, according to Cheng

Published on 2nd February 2021
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Coffee temporarily counteracts the effect of sleep loss on cognitive function, finds new study

It is estimated that over 30% of adult Western populations sleep less than the recommended seven to eight hours on weekday nights and 15% regularly sleep less than six hours

Published on 23rd January 2021
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No strings attached: Learn programming via this 24-year-old's foundation at zero cost. Beat that!

Yes, you read that right. You don't need to share any personal information to learn on the open-source platform of The Programming Foundation. Hooray for privacy! And this is how it really works

Published on 20th January 2021
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Chaudhry family to continue running Aakash Institutes, despite impending BYJU'S acquisition

In a statement, AESL said that its founders JC Chaudhry and Aakash Chaudhry will continue to run the company along with its existing management team

Published on 13th January 2021

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