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Meet the Govt College teacher in Coimbatore who has been giving free UPSC coaching for 15 years

Dr P Kanagaraj, who holds a PhD in Political Science from JNU offers free IAS coaching classes and has about 400 students. He has been coaching aspirants for the past 15 years and is still counting

Published on 21st February 2020
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This Bengaluru youngster has over a thousand ink pens — and only writes with them!

Do you fancy yourself some fountain pens? Harsh Makkar sure does. We speak to him about his collection of rare fountain pens and how he puts them to good use every day
 

Published on 13th February 2020
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86% of DU's ad hoc teachers denied maternity benefit, finds shocking DUTA survey

The teachers' association spoke to 705 ad hoc teachers and found out that while four per cent of them had to lose jobs

Published on 5th February 2020
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Karnataka's DTE rope in lecturers for online classes to make up for shortage of teachers in polytechnic colleges

The Department of Technical Education is using the option of Google Suite under which more than 20 colleges can be accommodated and  colleges are equipped with projectors required for classrooms

Published on 23rd January 2020
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Azadi is a constitutional demand: Here's what Jamia students are teaching neighbourhood kids

The students said that they did not want to stop studying just because they were out on the streets to protest. More so because the police had shot tear gas shells through the library windows

Published on 4th January 2020
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Brutally beaten by Delhi police inside Jamia Masjid, this student stays back to help clean up after every protest

The police swung their lathi on this 25-year-year-old for almost 15 times, while he was inside the Masjid, offering Namaz

Published on 31st December 2019
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After IIT-M students protest Krishna Gate closure, Director agrees to townhall to 'fix' matters

Students who were part of the protest met the IIT-M Director and said that he listened to them and agreed to hold a townhall soon to listen to their concerns and address them. What will happen next?

Published on 26th December 2019
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How Delhi police fractured the hands of UPSC aspirant who was studying in the Jamia Millia library

Mohammed Mustafa was allegedly beaten up by at least 20 police officers on Sunday. He tells us that he thought he'll die

Published on 16th December 2019
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Fathima suicide: APSC members analyse what makes IIT Madras campus so toxic

The Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle has brought out a statement regarding Fathima Latheef's suicide and the atmosphere of discrimination, harassment and increased stress and pressure on campus

Published on 20th November 2019
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APSC faculty advisor steps down, Fathima's father says screenshot with his name is fake  

In their statement, the APSC said that after they came to know about the professor's name surfacing with regard to the suicide, he had stepped down with immediate effect  

Published on 17th November 2019
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How diffabled youth Pranav Balasubrahmanyam struck a hands-free deal with the CM of Kerala

Born without his hands, Pranav is a painter and a young lad whose exuberance in life can be uplifting, bowled over Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan when he met him — and went viral right after

Published on 14th November 2019
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This Pollachi filmmaker is also a novelist and a full-time government employee. Multi-tasking much?

Siva Raj has pursued various interests and jobs but his heart has always been in films. He talks about his short film Silanthi, his journey in cinema and how you need to struggle as a scriptwriter  

Published on 6th November 2019
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Where Ninja meets Pathshala: Why you may need to use uFaber to study

This is what the latest EdTech platform uFaber is up to — extending their UPSC Pathshala programme to include more students and IELTS Ninja as well. Check out what they're doing now
 

Published on 12th November 2019
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I fondly remember the fierce competition between Seshan and me: Schoolmate E Sreedharan remembers T N Seshan

E Sreedharan, widely known as India's Metro Man recalls how the academic competition between T N Seshan pushed him to do better every time

Published on 12th November 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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