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These Chennai school kids created a satellite that plug holes in the ozone layer

We talk to T Mohamed Nadhim who was part of the duo that created a cool satellite model that they believe can literally undo the damage done to the ozone layer!

Published on 11th November 2019
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Why you'll totally relate to this Instagram page started by two girls with PCOS

The minds behind Two Broke Girls with PCOS, the Instagram page talk about this important condition — and how they're dealing with it and what's working and what's not

Published on 7th November 2019
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How Kerala's Project Roshni is transcending language barriers to educate migrant workers' children

We trace the growth of Ernakulam district's programme to make education inclusive for the children of migrant labourers by eliminating the barrier of language

Published on 30th October 2019
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How a Geography lesson led to rural kids in Rajasthan experiencing Kerala's coastline

The minds behind the SMILE Exchange Programme speak about how they took rural kids from Rajasthan to Kerala, having raised funds through a partner programme with a college in Malappuram

Published on 23rd October 2019
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Have a doubt in your textbook? This app will clear it in 10 seconds flat

Students can just click a photo of the study-related question and upload it on the Doubtnut app, which will respond with the correct solution within seconds

Published on 25th October 2019
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Sacked sans salary: Why it doesn't pay to be an Ad-hoc teacher in Delhi University this year

DU has asked colleges to appoint guest lecturers for any position that is vacant this year and is not ready to acknowledge new appointments — what will these ad-hoc teachers do from here on in?

Published on 21st October 2019
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How Kartikeya Ladha took two long trips and ended up a bestselling author!

When Kartikeya Ladha quit corporate life, he was at the top of his game. He tells Aathira Ayyappan why he decided to take a long walkinstead and how his quest to find the true meaning of life

Published on 21st October 2019
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Meet the Kerala government employee who coaches PSC aspirants for free every single day

This KSEB employee takes free PSC coaching for thousands of aspirants early in the morning and late at night and is something of an urban legend

Published on 16th October 2019
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How these Amrita students' robot, Wallpbot, can paint high-rise buildings in a jiffy

The students behind the first painting robot speak about their aims to make it easier for painters to do their job and decreasing toxicity

Published on 15th October 2019
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How hotel management student Sudharma Dwadasi is taking Delhi's poetry scene by storm

"Poetry is not something I would like to do for money, it is something I am passionate about," says Sudharma Dwadasi who likes to write poetry in solitude 

Published on 15th October 2019
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This Mars Mission is about getting Telangana's rural kids to fall in love with football. Here's how

To encourage students from rural background so that they can have an equal shot at the goal post, Hyderabad-based Mars Football Foundation is truly doing their best to level up the playing field

Published on 8th October 2019
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World Dyslexia Day: How the MDA has used tech to transform the lives of dyslexic kids

Dyslexia is far more prevalent than most people think. The Madras Dyslexia Association has been working relentlessly for the last three decades to help dyslexic children lead better lives

Published on 4th October 2019
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This 9-year-old from Erode can find any place you name on the globe in seconds

SK Akatheesh, a nine-year-old from Erode bagged a place in the Indian Book of Records for his remarkable knowledge in Geography

Published on 2nd October 2019
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Swachh Karnataka: These students helped build 1425 toilets in Chikodi to kill open defecation

Vimala Kadam, along with her friends, were mentored by Deshpande Foundation under the LEAD programme and helped build over 1,425 toilets in rural areas of North Karnataka 

Published on 2nd October 2019
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Vidyasagar turns 200: Why Bengal's most iconic education reformer was way ahead of his time

Ishwar Chandra Bandyopadhyay was the perfect amalgamation of the Western logic and Oriental culture. We revisit his thoughts that his time couldn't comprehend and we fail to implement 

Published on 26th September 2019

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