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UGC awards 40% credits to online courses on SWAYAM. Here's what it means for your degree now 

In an order that is to be implemented within four weeks, the UGC has asked colleges to revamp their curricula around the SWAYAM courses

Published on 24th November 2021
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REVA University’s mobile lab will take learning to 1,000 government school students. This is how

The Chancellor of REVA University said that if everything goes well, then they will be launching two to three mobile labs for the benefit of students

Published on 18th November 2021
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Meet the Odiya Malayali: Migrant labourer scores 100 per cent marks in Kerala literacy exam

Mudad Revathi had been learning Malayalam for some time under the state-wide 'Changathi' programme

Published on 11th December 2018
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Higher levels of education means better health as people grow older: Study

The study investigated the lifetime prevalence of 10 common chronic, cardiovascular and mental health conditions

Published on 11th October 2021
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What happens when two history geeks start a podcast? You get a 'Pravaha' of nostalgia

Prathik Sudha Murali and Revanth Ukkalam started Pravaha, a podcast series that narrates their perspective on history for the average listener to understand — and connect with stories past

Published on 22nd September 2021
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These riders in Karnataka rack up miles to put smiles on the faces of govt school kids

Ride for Cause is helping and supporting kids studying in government schools across Karnataka since 2018. They have revamped over eight schools, provided workbooks and tangram books for many kids   

Published on 22nd September 2021
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ABVP urges Kuvempu University VC to postpone final year degree exams, declare revaluation result soon

The activists said that without declaring the result of revaluation, the students are asked to pay the examination fees for next semester

Published on 15th September 2021
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Study finds that rogue antibodies drive severity, death in COVID-19 patients

The rogue antibodies are known as autoantibodies, and are also present in a small proportion of healthy, uninfected individuals and their prevalence increases with age

Published on 2nd September 2021
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How Odisha girl Manju Patra is standing up to her community to stop children from being married off

According to the the last census, Odisha ranks 13 on the list of high prevalence of child marriage where more than 4 lakh were married between the age of 10 to 19 and 80 per cent of them were females

Published on 31st August 2021
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Sprinter Revathi Veeramani represented India in the 400m relay at the Tokyo Olympics. Check out her story

Revathi qualified for the Olympics after she topped the trials for the 4x400m relay conducted by the Athletics Federation of India with a personal best time of 55.53 seconds

Published on 21st July 2021
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Kerala Governor asks VCs to get anti-dowry bond from students after spate of dowry deaths in state

"Dowry is an evil prevalent in all parts of the country. Awareness programmes like this would be a support to the government and police," he said.

Published on 15th July 2021
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India's first digital university in Kerala sees a massive 500 applications for its PhD programmes

Digital University Kerala's first academic programme saw significant interest for revamped PhD courses covering some hot new tech and allowing for considerable industry experience

Published on 8th July 2021
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Why COVID infection in your pet dogs, cats may be common than thought

With pets in 40/196 households (20.4 per cent) having antibodies for the virus, the study reveals that COVID-19 is highly prevalent in pets of people who have had the disease

Published on 1st July 2021
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Researchers find that brain, not willpower, decides if you will lose weight or not

The findings, published in the journal NeuroImage, support a prevalent neural theory that people with an increased neural response to seeing and smelling food consistently overeat and gain weight

Published on 19th October 2020
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UK, Indian scientists develop low-cost sensor to detect fragments of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater

The technique, developed by researchers from the University of Strathclyde and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, could be used to enable widespread monitoring of COVID-19 prevalence

Published on 10th June 2021

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