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Here's how Chennai-based HashHackCode is teaching coding to the differently-abled

HashHackCode's unique curriculum to teach coding involves student mentors teaching coding to the differently-abled

Published on 23rd November 2020
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The Stage can help you prep for that big interview and help you with your personal growth too

Pranay Wankhede, Founder and CEO of The Stage speaks about his start-up that helps students work on the skills required to shine in an interview as well as on their personal growth

Published on 23rd November 2020
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Only 30% of Indian PhDs are women: GATI to set gender parity records straight

Gender Advancement for Transforming Institutions (GATI) by the ministry aims to nudge higher education and research institutes towards supporting diversity

Published on 23rd November 2020
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Books by 3 Indian writers feature in 2020 '100 Notable Books' selected by The New York Times

The prestigious list also includes the work of fiction 'A Burning' by India-born Megha Majumdar

Published on 21st November 2020
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This young teacher in Jharkhand has been conducting classes under a tree for government school kids

Pavitra Ichagutu, a 24-year-old teacher from Jharkhand is a fellow of the NGO Plan India. She teaches Hindi, English and Mathematics

Published on 17th November 2020
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Shouldn't have to lose a student to get this: Students react after UGC promises to release SRF, JRF scholarship funds in a week

According to UGC Secretary Rajnish Jain, the disbursal was delayed due to some technical issues which he did not elaborate on

Published on 11th November 2020
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LSR student's suicide: Did not receive documents including bank account details from victim, says DST

Reddy, an IAS aspirant, was found hanging at her Shadnagar house in Telangana's Ranga Reddy district on November 2

Published on 10th November 2020
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Modi to inaugurate JNU's Vivekananda statue on Thursday: Why this statue has been mired in controversy

We take a look at the various allegations and controversies around JNU's life-sized statue of Swami Vivekananda, which will soon be inaugurated

Published on 9th November 2020
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Did the delay in INSPIRE scholarship cause the LSR student to take her life? Or is the truth being stretched here?

A BSc Mathematics student of Delhi University's Lady Sri Ram College for Women, Aishwarya died by suicide on November 3

Published on 9th November 2020
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Researchers were paid for 8 months without work, can use a month's stipend on quarantine: PU Andaman justifies move to disallow quarantine in hostels

The researchers of the university had previously alleged that they weren't allowed to enter the campus without quarantine and had to shell out extra money on this

Published on 2nd November 2020
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With art for art's sake as their mantra, this Hyderabad-based foundation conducts workshops for govt school students

This is the mantra that Aikaarth Foundation follows. Started by 24-year-old Pooja Agarwal, this NGO might have halted its operations due to the pandemic, but they are rearing to go very soon

Published on 1st November 2020
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IIM Kozhikode launches novel fellowship awards to promote innovation, inclusivity among budding entrepreneurs 

Dedicated awards to start-up entrepreneurs from SC, ST community to promote social inclusion. Pre-incubation support at IIM Kozhikode’s Entrepreneurship Development Centre, LIVE

Published on 27th October 2020
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Dust particles can dampen the reactions of nuclear explosion, finds Delhi scientist

She utilised her break in career in studying about explosions and the possible effects of dust particles on them

Published on 13th October 2020
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NISER Bhubaneswar professor Dr Bedangadas Mohanty elected American Physical Society Fellow

A physicist working in the field of experimental high energy physics, he continues his research to find out how the was universe when it was microsecond old

Published on 1st October 2020
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Meet the women behind Daak Vaak, virtual postcards from the past that carry the timeless words of Indian writers

Daak Vaak was started by Onaiza Drabu and Prachi Jha as an attempt to give the world bite-sized literature, which they carefully curate to suit the attention span of today's readers. Let's read more 

Published on 24th September 2020

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