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Transparence brings out the best architect 

The country’s best architects battled it out to create space in motion

Published on 27th February 2017
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This page on FB is fighting for gender equality by posting 'unwomanly' pictures

Two 20-year-old students are fighting against gender inequality and patriarchy by using art and posting pictures that are considered 'unwomanly' on their Facebook page Gender Pages Project

Published on 27th February 2017
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Education system makes all of us 'pass out' literally: Chinmayi Sripada

Singer Chinmayi along with G Dhananjayan, Swarnamalaya Ganesh and Sharan Apparao spoke about what the institutions in our country need to do to produce more creative professionals 

Published on 4th March 2017
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Tinder for Footballers: I am Play is an app designed by NIT grads that offers footballers a 'hook-up' to play in their city

Three NITians have launched an app that shows you the number of people close to you who are game to play some soccer and lets you connect, decide on a ground and get kicking

Published on 23rd February 2017
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CCTV Row: JNU students take down CCTV cams because they're worried their 'protests' will be doctored, misused like in Kanhaiya Kumar's case

JNUSU also believes that the management may use the cameras to intimidate women students by showing footage of them entering and leaving men's hostels to their parents. JNU still wants cams in place

Published on 2nd April 2017
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Questions about Kerala's Mandatory Malayalam Move: Do tenth graders write an extra paper or does Hindi scoot over?

Examining the Kerala government's ordinance to have Malayalam as a mandatory subject in all schools, educationists are a bit confused about the execution part. Some questions that need answering are..

Published on 12th April 2017
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Nuts about education: How this Delhi-based start-up is trying to use AI to figure out which career will work out for you best

Sandeep Singh, founder of Edunuts, an organisation that aims to help students and parents take informed decisions related to education, talks about importance of career counselling and more 

Published on 17th April 2017
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Not so NEET: Students resort to cutting off sleeves to write TN's first mandatory exams 

In Tamil Nadu, it was an embarrassing day for students who turned up to write NEET in full sleeves or sleeves up to their elbows! The sleeves were cut off and the students left red-faced! What the...!

Published on 7th May 2017
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This sleep safe detection system by two engineering students may actually bring down the number of road accidents. Here's how

Ferdinand Thomas and Jacob Sabu who are second- year students at the Model Engineering College, Thrikkakkara in Kochi, Kerala developed a system that can alert sleeping drivers

Published on 23rd May 2017
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A Nano- satellite developed by university students! Yes you read that right

PSA university students, with the help of the DRDO develop a new satellite that is expected to start functioning by the end of this year

Published on 22nd May 2017
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Meet the Robot Man of VIT: Here's how Aswani Kumar is computing his teaching path 

VIT University’s Dr. Aswani Kumar believes that his students’ creative ideas, enthusiasm, and curiosity can lead to discoveries that don’t often come to teachers — you just need to look out for them

Published on 25th May 2017
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Frustrated CBSE Students ask in unison, When are the results out?

The constant delay in the CBSE result declaration had put the CBSE class XII students in despair

Published on 26th May 2017
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Bye bye home, they got some work abroad: Here's how international internships turned out to be for four Indian students

 Four student interns talks about  how their international internships have impacted their lives

Published on 31st May 2017
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A train that travels at a speed of 1200 km per hour? These students say its possible

BITS students in contest to build 1,200 km/hour travel pod

Published on 27th July 2017
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Here's what JNU will do if two PhD applicants have the same marks. Pick the younger one. No, seriously

According to the JNUTU, that's what the plan is at the premier varsity. JNU is apparently set to give preference to a younger candidate if two candidates get the exact same marks in the entrance exam

Published on 6th August 2017

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