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#DeclareGujExams: Why these Gujarat aspirants are storming Twitter for their exam results

These candidates struggle to prepare and sit for the competitive exams but even after clearing the exams they often do not get appointed for years

Published on 23rd May 2020
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#DUAgainstOnlineExams: Teachers and students protest DU's open-book exam plan, places demand to VC

The DUTA said that the fact that the university is giving out "piecemeal" instructions instead of a complete proposal with suitable modifications to the Academic Calendar has added to uncertainties

Published on 15th May 2020
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#PhDMeToo: Bipolar Calcutta University scholar harassed by colleague, alleges inaction by guide and VC

A former PhD researcher in the Department of Microbiology, he has accused a colleague and his guide of mental harassment — but other researchers say that his guide was absolutely not at fault

Published on 8th July 2019
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#TogetherWeCan: Students from universities worldwide offer 'synchronised global prayers' for those infected with COVID-19

The prayers, which have been started by the Indian Yoga Association (IYA) on Monday, can be performed at either 8 am or 6 pm as per the Indian Standard Time

Published on 8th April 2020
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'Court'ing success: Basketball champ Harsimran Kaur talks about her love for the game and the NBA Academies Women’s Program

This 16-year=old from Punjab has represented the country at multiple events and this time, she did India and her father, former basketball player Sukhdev Singh, proud 

Published on 4th December 2019
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'Early to rise' should be the new mantra for keeping depression at bay, suggests study

The study which explored the links between mental health, sleep cycles and genetics, suggests that those who wake early are less likely to develop depression

Published on 15th June 2018
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'Narendra Modi is a Yugpurush, under him India will prosper,' MP Astrology lecturer suspended for predicting BJP win

Rajeshwar Shastri Musalgaonkar had predicted the BJP's massive victory on April 28. Following the same, he was suspended from Vikram University

Published on 28th May 2019
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'Silent' symptomless COVID-19 more prevalent than previously believed: Study

The study offers the first analysis of complete COVID-19 testing of all passengers and crew on an isolated cruise ship during the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 28th May 2020
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'Techoference' disrupting sleep and productivity, says Australian study

The findings, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychiatry, suggest that mobile phones are potentially increasingly affecting aspects of daytime functioning

Published on 26th March 2019
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‘We must not become prey to petty politics’

What’s former Union Minister Sachin Pilot’s views on the ruling party and their strategies? Find out!

Published on 14th March 2017
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 TSBIE replaces private software company with govt institution to process exam-related data 

The move comes a few months after technical errors in the software had led to scores of students failing the IPE-2019, leading some to commit suicide while others faced discrepancies in results

Published on 11th December 2019
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"We're standing up for some important values," says Newcastle University's Professor Richard Davies

The Pro Vice-Chancellor of Newcastle University speaks about their commitment to education, skill development and social justice

Published on 24th April 2019
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1 in 4 Pakistani kids won't complete primary education by 2030: Unesco report

The new global education goal, SDG-4, calls on countries to ensure that children are not only going to school but also learning

Published on 10th July 2019
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11-year-old Indian origin girl gets highest-ever Mensa score, gets invited to high IQ children's club

Mensa membership is open to anyone who can demonstrate an IQ in the top 2 per cent, either through the society's own supervised test or on the evidence of a psychologist's report

Published on 16th June 2019
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137 years of stellar education: Why St Joseph's College in Bengaluru is among the best

Dr Fr Victor Lobo SJ talks about the efforts that went into making St Joseph's College in Bengaluru the education behemoth that it is today and why they may soon be upgraded to a University

Published on 8th May 2019

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