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Shortchanged for years: Literate Kerala's preraks to go on statewide strike from Dec 5

While all of them will abstain from their duties from December 5, they will begin staging an indefinite protest from December 11

Published on 3rd December 2019
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This user-centric online platform is making a name for itself in the education sector

Ashutosh Kumar leads Testbook.com, one of the nation’s most trusted learning and assessment platforms and he claims it has the potential to land you a stable government job!

Published on 20th November 2019
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Manipuri girl Licypriya Kangujam is India's youngest climate warrior — what are we doing?

Forget Great Thunberg. Meet Manipuri girl Licypriya Kangujam who dropped out of school and is on an endless campaign to clean the environment up, deter climate change and make the world a better place

Published on 20th November 2019
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How Revathi Radhakrishnan went from cinema to educating tribal children is inspiring

We spoke to Revathi Radhakrishnan of Vanavil Trust, which imparts quality education to tribal children in order to integrate them into the mainstream without compromising on their cultural identity

Published on 13th November 2019
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Ocean's superhighways for larval fish polluted with plastic concentrates: Study

While earlier research revealed that adult fish consume plastic, it was not known until now if larval fish also do so, nor the health implications, according to the study

Published on 12th November 2019
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UK and Norway have swimming in school curriculum, so should India: Experts

Since 1994, swimming and water safety has been a statutory element of the national curriculum for physical education in England while Norway introduced the programme in 2015

Published on 14th October 2019
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A letter of solidarity to Greta Thunberg  from the Third World

How dare we allowed the climate to go berserk in the first place? Even though we accept that we destroyed it, we never really bothered to correct it

Published on 28th September 2019
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Farming should be made part of the curriculum, students should make it part of life: Kerala Edu minister

As part of the program, the introduction to all the activities involved with agriculture proved a novel experience for the students

Published on 27th September 2019
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IIITH develops tools to detect 33 types of renal cancer; plans to study lung cancer among Indians

The IIITH research team has been able to classify 33 different types of cancers till now using histopathological images from the US government-funded, Cancer Genome Atlas Project

Published on 25th September 2019
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This mother of a differently-abled kid started a pre-school where inclusivity is the norm

Farida Rizwan has been fighting against the social stigma of differentiating between regular and special kids through her preschool and daycare centre. Now, she is raising funds through Milaap

Published on 18th September 2019
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Meet Abhirami Manohar, the high school student who is spearheading Kochi's Climate Strike

Abhirami Manohar, one of the main school student-activists behind Kochi's climate strike, tells us about the idea behind the students' movement

Published on 19th September 2019
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How this documentary is trying to save the Slender Lories from extinction  

Biju Pankaj  documespeaks aboutnting the Slender Lories, a harmless creature on the verge of extinction due to myths

Published on 18th September 2019
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KSOU loses out on nearly 5000 admissions due to Karnataka floods,  VC worried

Though the KSOU had written to the University Grants Commission (UGC) to extend admissions by one month, there was no response in this regard

Published on 5th September 2019
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Meet Vaishak, a 22-year old mountaineer who has been helping the blind summit peaks

 Vaishak J P, popularly known as The Trek Guy shares some of his experiences of guiding the visually impaired through trekking paths

Published on 20th August 2019
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The Suraj Yengde interview: People are eager to learn about Nazis, but not about caste oppression in India

Suraj Yengde is a Harvard scholar, he was also the first Dalit to get a PhD from an African University. He is in India to promote his book 'Caste Matters'

 

Published on 5th August 2019

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