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Google to help India go digital with Rs 75000 cr fund: Sundar Pichai

Google also announced new initiatives as part of its ongoing efforts towards the response to the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 13th July 2020
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Wealth and gender impact Indian students' performance in school, says study

Researchers from the University of Birmingham and the University of East Anglia on Saturday published their work in the British Educational Research Journal

Published on 12th July 2020
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The Trainer Brainer: Why technical education is the way forward to create an Aatmanirbhar Bharat

Technical education not only plays a vital role in the human resource development of our country, but more importantly, it enhances the industrial productivity

Published on 11th July 2020
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Nestle India launches 1000 virtual internship opportunities to support students in the COVID-19 aftermath

The programme addresses applications from graduates in the final year of any discipline and postgraduates and will focus on upskilling and enabling the interns to thrive in workplaces

Published on 8th July 2020
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Meet this 22-year-old from Bengaluru who is offering mental health therapy online

Diana Sam is a mental health therapist from Bengaluru who offers online therapy. Sruthi Venugopal also discovers that she's busting myths associated with mental health through her Instagram page

Published on 8th July 2020
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This start-up is upcycling low-value plastic into high-end chic, to help tribal women earn their way

Aarohana EcoSocial Developments' only mantra is upcycling plastics to save this Earth. Rashmi Patil speaks to the founder, Amita Deshpande to know what they do with that upcycled plastic

Published on 8th July 2020
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IIT Guwahati introduces first-of-its-kind course on UN-Sustainable Development Goals 2030 as part of the BTech curriculum

The course will be offered to the second year B Tech students as a compulsory course, to reorient the thinking of young and dynamic individuals towards the path of sustainable development

Published on 6th July 2020
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Mysuru start-up Econut is making coconut water cool again while getting the farmers their due 

The coconut water kiosks you see at leading IT parks in Bengaluru have been set up by Econut Coconut Producer Company, who procures coconuts from farmers directly, cutting out the middle men

Published on 6th July 2020
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Why RTE experts believe the World Bank’s STARS programme will damage India’s grassroots school education system

The World Bank approved $500 million for the STARS programme to improve the quality and governance of school education in six Indian states. But education activists are against the programme

Published on 2nd July 2020
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Disinterested approach towards OBC students: NCBC slams DU for discriminatory application form pricing  

The NCBC has recommended that the University reschedule their fee structure for the OBC (NC) category and the same be equal to the fee as applicable for the EWS category

Published on 1st July 2020
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The trainer brainer: It’s time to broaden your job search

The traditional job search platforms for the youth in a traditional academic course are campus interviews, job placement notifications and recruitment drives by various corporates

Published on 27th June 2020
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How can OBC, unreserved students be treated the same?: BAPSA accuses DU of discrimination over application fees

According to the notice, the University is charging Rs 100 for SC, ST, PWD, EWS students and the OBC students and unreserved category, are being charged Rs 250

Published on 26th June 2020
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Mental health matters: Why Young India is depressed and anxious about life in a post-COVID world

While mental health is still stigmatised in a society like ours, it is important that we address the elephant in the room —anxiety, stress, depression, paranoia that has been on a significant rise

Published on 25th June 2020
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Opening space sector will enable India to play important role in global space economy: ISRO chief

Sivan said that far-reaching reforms in space technology in India will put the country in the league of the select countries

Published on 25th June 2020
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Should you study Engineering or Humanities after COVID? Here's the honest answer

The future seems uncertain. But Edex and Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham are trying to make sense of the post-lockdown new normal. This series tries to answer the questions that have kept you up the most

Published on 22nd June 2020

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