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Love homemade pickles? If you live in Kerala, check out the products of Athey Nallatha, a collective of home chefs

Athey Nallatha is a collective of housewives who are selling homemade food products, like pickles, with the help of two MBA graduates. We find out how the operation has worked so far

Published on 24th February 2021
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Unemployment rates in the UK shoot up as fresh COVID restrictions shut businesses

The figures however don't show the full impact of COVID-19 restrictions on employment because some 1.9 million workers remain on furlough

Published on 23rd 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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How this 16-year-old's poetry book will help uplift the transgender community in Delhi

A 16-year-old poet and author from Gurugram, Saranya Bhattacharjya shares why she had the idea of compiling her poems into a book and how that will help the transgender community

Published on 23rd February 2021
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Stress before and during the pandemic led many public school teachers to quit: Survey

Three of four former teachers said work was often or always stressful in the most recent year in which they taught in a public school

Published on 22nd February 2021
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Bengal author writes short story to raise Rs 90k to fund deceased activist's children's education

While DYFI has promised to take care of their education, Abhik plans to raise Rs 1 lakh for the same purpose within a week

Published on 21st February 2021
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This app helps teach kids with intellectual disabilities through colourfully positive stories

Typed Tales is a web app that teaches kids with ID to understand their emotions and learn practical skills — and inspire them to take things further

 

Published on 20th February 2021
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Free tabs for all students, 8k smart classrooms in 6 months, 24/7 electricity in Bengaluru: Higher Edu Minister 

With all these facilities in place, government colleges can compete not just with private educational institutes but also with global ones

Published on 19th February 2021
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These NRI students are all set to teach English to over 3000 children of migrant labourers. Here's how

Arushi Mishr and her team based in Singapore and India have started The English Literacy Project and with their unique curriculum, they want to teach English to 3,000 kids of migrant workers

Published on 17th February 2021
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Inker Robotics is preserving the art of Tholapavakoothu by automating the dying artform for the current generation to enjoy

Inker Robotics has managed to automate a traditional artform that has existed in Kerala for over 4,000 years by working closely with the artists who still practice it

Published on 17th February 2021
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Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia urges universities to reflect on how to stop 'brain drain' 

Sisodia, who is also Delhi's education minister, said there are certain challenges that universities and educators alike face in the current landscape of Indian education

Published on 16th February 2021
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Telugu janalu, this all-girl podcast production house caters to your taste and needs aptly

 RagaPod has launched a series of podcasts since its inception and they are for the Telugu-speaking audience specifically. Cinema, jobs, interviews and so on, a lot of topics are covered through them

Published on 16th February 2021
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UP HC asks Lucknow University to keep 180 assistant professor posts vacant till further notice

The decision was taken after an aspiring applicant filed a petition pointing out that the varsity has treated itself as one body for appointment of all posts instead of reserving seats department wise

Published on 16th February 2021
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School on a skywalk: This NGO educates children on the skywalks of Mumbai's railway stations

From training them to be ready for school to providing food, convincing their parents and providing transport, this NGO is doing everything it can to ensure these children continue their education

Published on 12th February 2021
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Report says SC, ST students vastly ignored, may not benefit much from Union Budget

Out of the total budget, only 4.5 percent has been allocated towards ‘targeted schemes’ (schemes having direct impact on the communities) for SCs and only 2.6 per cent for STs

Published on 12th February 2021

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