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The principal came to know about the incident on Saturday when the video went viral on social media after they uploaded its footage to their friends' WhatsApp groups
In what comes as a major relief, Class VII students will not have to write public exams but instead, take up Comprehensive Continuous Evaluation Exams (CCE)
Very few people can think about giving back to society and Mahesh Jadhav is one of those people. We chat with him to trace his journey that led him to start an NGO for HIV positive kids
According to the data, out of 40 Central Universities, 19 haven't met the quota that should be allotted to SC, ST students — as many as 17 don't fulfil the OBC quota
The Chagaletty Children's Library is living proof that kids can do wonder. We speak to the youngsters who started the library for children when they were kids themselves which will complete a decade
Mysuru prof Shamsundar Subbarao is training engineering students to design Aerobic Composters and install them in government or NGO-run schools. They have already installed two composters in Mysuru
Shabnam C S from Mandya speaks about her initiative to reuse plastic water bottles for a good cause — to plant saplings. She has already reused 1,000 of them and collecting 10,000 more bottles
This specially-abled cartoonist from Bidar creates cartoons that are brilliantly satirical. Check it out!
Sharad Kulkarni might be wheelchair-bound but his imagination definitely isn't. We talk to him to trace his challenging journey and his cartoons that have gone viral recently
As this year's COMEDK exams are approaching, class XII Science students are gearing up to attempt them. We speak to S Kumar, Executive Secretary, COMEDK, about what students can do to prepare better
Suresh Kumar, Minister of Primary and Secondary Education mentioned in his Facebook post that Thimmaiah Purle, President, KPULA is argetting (using) students' futures for his vested interests
There has been a lot of opposition from pro-Kannada activists for the government's initiative of starting 1,000 more English medum schools in the existing government Kannada medium schools
More takers for scholarship meant for children of people with leprosy in Karnataka after a significant 'name change'
Up until 2018, a scheme meant for children of people with leprosy saw few takers for a scholarship meant for them because they feared they would be isolated if people found out about it.
The Department of Health and Family Welfare stated that eight new passengers are under observation for novel Coronavirus as on January 29
Engineer-turned-photographer Samanvitha Rao has shot around 200 pictures of butterflies. She tells us why the climate is essential to preserve these creatures and the individual's role in saving them
Learning better: How one piCard can help change the learning curve of Indian students with just a click
At present, a chain of schools with their headquarters in Karnataka uses their tech at 30 of its centres across India. Not just that, NGOs use their technology much more extensively
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