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Full speed ahead: How the pandemic proved to be rocket fuel for India's EdTech platforms

With increased dependence on EdTech platforms, start-ups and industry leaders leveraged the shift to online learning for its own benefit

Published on 2nd August 2020
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How Haroon Kareem became the first student in Kerala to write his 10th standard SSLC examination on a computer

Using his coding ability and growing ambition, visually impaired Haroon Kareem becomes the first student in Kerala to write his exams on a computer as opposed to using a scribe

Published on 22nd July 2020
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Indian students in USA fear unpaid loans, losing semester, COVID-19, deportation amid new rules

Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla raised the issue with US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale during an online meeting earlier this week

Published on 12th July 2020
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Get ready for the ultimate debate by students on Reimagining Global Education

Speech and Debate India is organising their first virtual debate and we talk to the founder and Stanford alumni Rajiv Kacholia about all that lead up to this moment and what we can expect from it

Published on 11th July 2020
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Who will heal the burnt out doctors after the COVID-19 pandemic is over?

The subject is likely to take new dimensions in the months and years to come and the subject is open to many views — even excluding, but not necessarily, the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic

Published on 9th May 2020
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These Indian students from SRIHER won the MIT COVID-19 Challenge with their ideas for a PPE suit and at-home testing 

A total of 1500 participants from across 96 countries took part in the event. The 238 teams registered their unique ideas to tackle and manage the present crisis

Published on 14th April 2020
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Indian American scientist helps develop 'smart toilet' which can look for signs of disease

The device could be particularly appealing to individuals who are genetically predisposed to certain conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome, prostate cancer or kidney failure

Published on 8th April 2020
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Coronavirus outbreak: US varsities suspend regular classes, switch to online teaching amid disease scare

For most people, the infectious respiratory disease causes only mild or moderate symptoms such as fever and cough and the infected recover within weeks

Published on 11th March 2020
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JNU administration made it political: Why Amit Bhaduri tore up his four-decade association with varsity 

In a sharp resignation letter, Bhaduri said that he has had a longstanding association with JNU, beginning in 1973. Now, he says, the administration is throttling the free and vibrant debate of JNU

Published on 16th January 2020
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India needs trained cyber security professions: Harikrishnan Nair, Co-founder, Great Learning

Great Learning is offering a cybersecurity course in coordination with Stanford University. We find out about the six-month online course especially for working professionals to enhance their skills

Published on 4th December 2019
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How technologist-cum-eco warrior Debayan Saha is fighting air pollution, one award-winning innovation at a time

The IIT Kharagpur alumnus believes that young people should be motivated to create a social impact through innovation and is all set to mentor future innovators through a collaboration with IIT-M

Published on 28th November 2019
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Have an idea that can change healthcare? IIT Hyderabad's CfHE is looking for you

The Center for Healthcare Entrepreneurship of IIT Hyderabad has opened applications for it's unique, one-of-a-kind fellowship. And this is what it is all about 

Published on 14th November 2019
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The Coding Ninjas story: Why this EdTech start-up wants you to pay their fee only after you land a great job

We spoke to Coding Ninjas Co-Founder and CEO Ankush Singla to find out more about the evolving ed-tech sector and how coding is something that everyone wishes to learn

Published on 19th October 2019
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Nano cells in our body may be the mini treatment transporters that kill cancer cells: Study

The study from Michigan State University and Stanford University was published in the Molecular Cancer Therapeutics journal and focused on breast cancer cells in mice

Published on 14th September 2019
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India expands presence in global university rankings, but falls out of top 300

India's top-ranked university, Bangalore's Indian Institute of Science (IISc) declined, marking the first time that India is not in top 300 since 2012 in the tally

Published on 12th September 2019

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