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Students are spending 50 per cent more time online due to COVID pandemic, finds NASSCOM report

Rise in time spent online has been observed not just among school students. As per a recent Linkedin survey, almost 63 per cent of professionals have increased their time spent on online learning 

Published on 13th October 2020
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Here's how these two architects are helping young students learn sustainable practices in architecture

We speak to Sridevi Changali, Co-founder of Masons Ink to find out why they fall back on sustainable practices and how they are involving students in their projects to pass on their learning 

Published on 12th October 2020
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Why more Indians have turned to seeing their therapists online in the middle of the pandemic

COVID has forced many services to go online. This includes therapy too. We asked a few youngsters what they felt about it

Published on 10th October 2020
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Researchers zero in on 24 super habitable planets outside of our solar system for alien life

Among the 24 top planet candidates, none of them meets all the criteria for super habitable planets, but one has four of the critical characteristics

Published on 5th October 2020
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Nagpur University students to appear for final year exams through an Android app from October 1

The online exams will consist of 50 multiple choice questions, out of which students will have to solve 25 questions. Students can download the 'RTMNU Pariksha' app from the Google Play Store

Published on 28th September 2020
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How life has changed for India's LGBTQIA+ community two years after abolition of Section 377

Two years ago on this day, the Supreme Court had struck down the draconian Section 377 that criminalised gay sex

Published on 6th September 2020
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Stuck in containment zones and flood struck areas, these students have no way to reach NEET centres

The Supreme Court's decision to let the NTA go ahead with JEE and NEET in September created a lot of hue and cry among the students

Published on 18th August 2020
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Eleven child labourers rescued by Rachakonda police in Telangana

According to police, seven children were rescued from Mahesh Zypsam Plaster Company, and four from Sri Pavan Putra Plaster Company

Published on 12th August 2020
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Chennai's DOT School of Design to offer up to 75% scholarship to undergrad students who clear their CQ Test

DOT has expert faculty, they bring in industry experts to train students, have well-equipped studios and workshops and a lot more to offer aspiring designers

Published on 31st July 2020
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This mother-daughter duo in Gurgaon upcycles everything from furniture to wall art

Imarim was set up when the duo began adding a splash of colour to items lying around their house that they did not want to throw away

Published on 23rd July 2020
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Knotty, Knotty! This Kovai architect is mixing macramé with interior design. Check it out

Kavia Udhayasuriyan makes macrame room decor and it is selling like hot cakes. Clearly, this is just the beginning and we tell you how she got into this cool art form

Published on 19th July 2020
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Mad about mud: These two travelling architects are building mud houses across India

Coimbatore's Samyuktha Saravanan and Ladakh's Stanzing Phuntsog are from completely different places and cultures, but they are united in their love for one thing — mud!

Published on 17th July 2020
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Sravani's Artscapades: If there's a piece of nostalgia, this Hyderabad artist will turn it into art

"Art is supposed to be more than just a career or a business. It has to be a way of communicating emotions and energies," says the artist Sravani Mustikovela, who is based out of Hyderabad, Telangana 

Published on 8th July 2020
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Why Robogyaan's DIY kits will give your kids the robotic push they all need to make one today

Guntur-based Robogyaan helps students pick up robotics easily via their simple kits. Their co-founder and CTO is Sai Saandeep Sadu and their mentor is Dr Hafeez Basha. Together, they make one team

Published on 1st July 2020
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This play performed on Zoom is about a professor's trials after he is forced to come out as gay

Titled No Spring Chicken, Theatre Jil Jil Ramamani's latest performance attempts to explore shared experiences of being queer in a questioning world

Published on 25th June 2020

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