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Odisha: SOA amassed awards at this ceremony organised in Delhi 

Sachdeva praised Prof Nayak for his relentless endeavour to make SOA one of the country’s front-ranking educational institutions

Published on 20th May 2022
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From today, schools will commence as early as 6 am in Odisha due to heatwave 

India is battling with soaring temperatures across the country and many schools have decided to switch to the online mode or reschedule timings to ensure students don't fall ill 

Published on 2nd May 2022
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Why are government school students in Vellore studying under trees and tarpaulin sheets?

The temperature soars as the afternoon approaches and it's really difficult for the kids, G Vel Murugan, a parent and a member of the Parents Teachers Association shared

Published on 25th April 2022
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SOA signs Goa Declaration, the first academic declaration for achieving United Nations' SDGs

The carbon-neutral event, PACT2030 (Pledge, Act, Change, Transform), was the brainchild of QS I-GAUGE

Published on 17th March 2022
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Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan in Bhubaneshwar has a new Chancellor. Meet Dr Debi Prasad Ray

Dr Ray, who was till recently Principal Advisor to the SOA Founder President Dr Manojranjan Nayak, was previously two-time Vice-Chancellor of the Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology

Published on 2nd March 2022
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An insightful faculty development programme on digital transformations held at SOA

The speakers spoke on various aspects of digital transformation, its use and application in marketing, customer satisfaction, learning, healthcare and livelihood

Published on 25th February 2022
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New beginnings: What the recent MoU signed by SOA and ICSI entails

The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) would facilitate the conduct of specialised training programmes in SOA for faculty members, research scholars and students of the university

Published on 14th December 2021
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These Karnataka schoolkids are on a mission to make the hills greener by planting 50,000 seed balls on the slopes

The Forest department provided seeds of tamarind, neem, soapnut and other rain-bearing trees

Published on 24th June 2019
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Indian, Chinese students giving Australian universities a skip since March 2020, says report

Recruitment platform Adventus reported that applications to Aussie universities declined by 51 per cent after March 2020, whereas applications to Canada, the UK and the US soared by 148-422 per cent

Published on 11th November 2021
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Meet the 13 SOA researchers who have made it to Stanford's list of top 2 per cent scientists   

SOA had 11 researchers in Stanford’s list of top two per cent scientists published in 2020, of which, nine have found a place again in this year’s roll

Published on 28th October 2021
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The modern number system, India's gift to the world, was the topic for SOA Fortnightly Academic Lecture this time

We are referring to the modern number system! Prof Somesh Kumar, Professor in the Department of Mathematics at IIT Kharagpur spoke about it at length 

Published on 27th October 2021
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SOA's latest MoU will enable collaborative research opportunities with this central institute 

SOA in Bhubaneswar, Odisha signed the MoU to enable extensive collaborative research opportunities between the two institutes 

Published on 25th October 2021
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With Classes VIII and XI reopening, Odisha govt issues detailed advisory. Here are the new timings and rules 

It asked schools to consider conducting classes in the open air, if possible, and have adequate soap and running water in all bathrooms

 

Published on 19th October 2021
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Children account for 18 per cent of all COVID cases in the US: Study

COVID infections are rising in the US, even requiring hospitalisation, amid soaring infections from the Delta variant of COVID-19 amid lagging vaccination rates

Published on 18th August 2021
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UK varsities do action-oriented research, don't simply print PhDs: How Raju Kendre bagged the prestigious Chevening Scholarship

The application process started in September-October and he finally submitted the application in November 2020. He was accepted this June

Published on 26th July 2021

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