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This Bengaluru high schooler wasn't able to land an internship. What she did next will surprise you 

It's difficult enough for grad students to land internships. What then will school students do? Check InternMee out, of course

 

Published on 28th July 2021
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VTU says that 73 per cent students who have taken at least one shot of COVID vaccine can opt for offline classes

The University has released the timetable for the exams for even semesters, allowing the question papers to be "open choice" in consideration of pandemic-induced difficulties among students

Published on 20th July 2021
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Study finds that adults who skip morning meal likely to miss out on nutrients

Most research related to breakfast has focused on the effects of the missed morning meal on children in school, which includes difficulty focusing and behavioural problems

Published on 15th July 2021
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We will hold you responsible, even if one child dies, says SC, after Kerala decides to go ahead with exams

Hearing the matter on Thursday, justices A M Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari questioned the state on the practical difficulties of conducting the examination for the students

Published on 24th June 2021
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Meet Nosh, a robot that can cook up to 120 Indian dishes perfectly, and the Bengaluru start-up that built it

Yatin Varachhia who sensed the difficulty in cooking food at home and designed a robot in three years time to cook for single parents, a couple and even bachelors

Published on 23rd June 2021
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University of Kerala prepares to conduct UG and PG exams from June 28 onwards

The university has also handed over an alternative plan to Higher Education Minister R Bindu in case any difficulties are faced while conducting the examinations as per schedule

Published on 23rd June 2021
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Study finds that flickering screens may help children with reading, writing difficulties

This is the first time that such a link has been demonstrated between visual white noise and cognitive abilities in children with reading and writing difficulty

Published on 15th June 2021
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Why India's children remain resilient through humanity's biggest crisis in recent history

Researchers agree that it will be difficult for students from economically disadvantaged groups to get back to school. It's not just about adapting back to a new lifestyle for them

Published on 26th May 2021
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Half of us don't seek mental health help despite needing it, finds survey

According to the Meru Health survey, the top reasons were "too expensive" (38 per cent), followed by "too difficult" (35 percent) and "not enough time" (28 per cent)

Published on 20th May 2021
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Over 1000 children, parents reach out to govt helpline to tackle COVID woes 

This service was launched in September,2020 and aims to support children in the difficult times of COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 18th May 2021
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West Bengal postpones Board Exams for Class 10 and 12; revised scheduled to be announced later

Making arrangements for holding the Madhyamik examinations for Class 10 students and the Higher Secondary tests for Class 12 will be difficult during the lockdown period

Published on 15th May 2021
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This artist's therapy fund is getting young people mental health help during the pandemic. Here's how you can help

Anyone willing to fund therapy for people who find it difficult to afford therapy could do so online. They fund around 200 people currently

Published on 11th May 2021
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International study links brain thinning to development of psychosis

Psychosis is an umbrella term for a constellation of severe mental disorders that cause people to have difficulty determining what is real and what is not

Published on 6th May 2021
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Researchers find a new map revealing genes that control skeleton's 'master regulator' cells

Osteocytes are the most abundant cell type in bone but have proved difficult to study because they are embedded within the hard mineral structure of the skeleton

Published on 5th May 2021
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University of Cincinnati researchers find a new treatment for rare muscular disease

Rare diseases are sometimes the most difficult to treat because of a lack of research and fewer participants to study.

Published on 16th April 2021

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