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Premature birth can be reduced by treating fetus with new drug delivery system: Study

The study tests bioengineered exosomes as a delivery system for anti-inflammatory medicine directly to the fetus

Published on 23rd January 2021
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These transpeople in Karnataka are adopting and caring for children abandoned by their families. This is their story

Nakshatra, a transperson who started an NGO along with her friends, speaks about how they are providing shelter to rescued children and people who have been abandoned on the streets

Published on 20th January 2021
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MOP Vaishnav College for Women launches virtual capacity-building programme for teachers. Here's what it offers 

The programme will train teachers in strategies to improve student engagement, game-based learning, assessment and evaluation tools and a lot more

Published on 18th January 2021
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Dalit student body, researchers from Mysore University protest for a mess to eat in, other basic amenities

The Associations say that SC,ST and OBC PhD students have not been receiving their scholarship money since the last academic year

Published on 15th January 2021
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Karnataka Bitcoin ransom case: Dakshina Kannada police rescue eight-year-old kidnapped boy

The boy was traced in Kurnahosahalli hamlet in Maluru of Kolar district, which is 54 kms from tech hub Bengaluru and he was reunited with his family in Belthangady, said the police

Published on 19th December 2020
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Started by IIT Bombay grads a decade ago, this programme is helping kids from low-income families get into IITs, NITs

Akshay Saxena, Co-founder of Avanti Fellows, tells us how they are trying to educate children from low-income families and help them get into India's best colleges

Published on 7th December 2020
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Madurai engineering colleges await word from Edu Dept, Directorate of Tech Edu on college reopening 

As per SOP each student has one room to maintain social distancing, other preventive measures will be followed including wearing masks, frequent hand washing

Published on 1st December 2020
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IIM Kozhikode beats pandemic blues, secures 100% summer placements for its largest batch ever

With 52% of women candidates and 40% non-engineering candidates, this largest cohort included the flagship PGP course and the inaugural batches of PGP Liberal Studies and Management and PGP Finance

Published on 9th November 2020
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Arrear exam exemptions by state not as per UGC guidelines: AICTE tells Madras High Court

The AICTE replied to the submissions made by former Vice-Chancellor E Balagurusamy and advocate Ramkumar Adityan, who challenged the State government’s move to cancel the exams

Published on 1st October 2020
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Can students with backlogs be promoted? Anna University arrear exams back in the eye of a controversy

The legal battle while cancelling the regular semester exams was not challenged, cancelling the arrears and graduating the students has caused concerns among educationalists

Published on 9th September 2020
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New phone number, email ID to raise complaint against erring private schools in Coimbatore released

Parents will be able to lodge a complaint against schools violating the Madras High Court order to collect only 40 per cent fees by August 31

Published on 4th September 2020
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Rapper StreetViolater from Hyderabad's new track Maranam is the bomb. Check it out 

Rapper StreetViolater says it like it is about his own life and about the times we are living in. And he has always been like this. His latest rap song, Maranam, also reflects the same ethos

Published on 2nd September 2020
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MKU faculty writes to VC on merging BBA and MBA courses

The two departments here are functioning separately, and the senior-most faculty of the department would become the HOD of the MBA programme

Published on 27th August 2020
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How the Buguri Community Library is helping kids from disadvantaged backgrounds read during the lockdown

A library for kids during the lockdown? Yes, you heard that right. Lakshmi Karunakaran of the Buguri Community Library tells us how they used technology to read out books for kids to keep them engaged

Published on 23rd August 2020
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Before the pandemic fuelled online education, this NGO has been using volunteers to digitally teach 25,000 rural kids since 2011

What does it mean to study in digital classrooms for children in rural government schools? Venkat Sriraman, Co-founder of eVidyaloka speaks about setting up digital classrooms in these schools 

Published on 3rd August 2020

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