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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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Annie's Song: Why this braille literacy device has excited everyone from Prince William to NITI Aayog

Developed by Thinkerbell Labs, Annie is a self-learning braille device that several visually-impaired students across the nation are using to learn like never before. Check out their whole story!

Published on 19th May 2020
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Looking for the right competitions for your kid? Avasarshala is what you need

Avasarshala, a start-up incubated at AIC Raise, Coimbatore helps parents find the right competition for their child

Published on 11th May 2020
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Coimbatore students, start-up have made a ventilator that costs less than 25k using the spares in their lab!

JK Data Systems along with students of Rathinam Group of Institutions made this simple ventilator within eight days of ideation

Published on 13th April 2020
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How a medical team from Dayanand Sagar University has 3D printed face shields for medical professionals

Autodesk Design and Innovation Centre has made face shields that can be mass-produced for minimal costs for the medical community to help them in their fight against the COVID-19 pandemic 

Published on 10th April 2020
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Forget Chandrayaan-3, all students wanted was a selfie with ISRO Chief K Sivan

Sivan was speaking at the 75th AGM of the Aeronautical Society of India where he also received the outstanding leader award

Published on 21st February 2020
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Tired of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star? Kutuki can help your kids get Indian rhymes

Sneha Sundaram, Founder of Kutuki speaks about their app specially developed for preschool kids and how it helps them develop language and soft skills. The rhymes are available in four languages
 

Published on 22nd January 2020
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India likely to have its own TOEFL for foreign students, in hope to improve university rankings 

According to the ICCR, there are around 50,000 foreign students, mostly from Asian and African countries, studying in various degree programmes in India.

Published on 21st January 2020
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The day colleges voluntarily ask for accreditation is when India's quality of education will improve: NAAC Director Dr S C Sharma

Every college in India is thirsty for a NAAC grade because getting that coveted gold star is the pathway to greater grants, educational status and pull. NAAC's Director S C Sharma tells us why

Published on 5th November 2019
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Here's how this Jamia alum is promoting vernacular poetry, storytelling through his platform YourVoice

YourVoice founder Md Khalid Hasan explains to us why they set up such a platform when there are a thousand of YouTube channels of the same genre

Published on 1st November 2019
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IIM-B to invest Rs 150 cr on new postgrad and doctoral programmes: Director announces on Founder's Day

Talking about his inspiration in building the campus, Dr Doshi said the idea was to move away from a corporate image and build something akin to a village, which also symbolises continuous growth 

Published on 29th October 2019
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NITI Aayog report: Punjab, Sikkim, TN students scored lowest in Maths. Where does your state stand?

According to the findings of the SEQI report, Rajasthan holds the highest average in both language and mathematics and Punjab is found at the bottom of the list

Published on 5th October 2019
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Ramadass calls for separate Board of Education in Pondicherry

He said the Government of Puducherry should radically redesign all curriculum and pedagogy school education to give the students a sound foundation

Published on 4th October 2019
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Almost half of all the government schools in Karnataka lack headmasters 

49 per cent of government schools in the state do not have a headmaster. This amounts to more than 23,600 of the schools in the state in the primary and high school level

Published on 3rd October 2019
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We need to focus on accessibility of higher education with 'passion and vision', says DST Secretary

The future of a great nation like India hinges on its young citizens and the quality of education and values they imbibe, he said

Published on 1st October 2019

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