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Free mobile library launched in Mumbai to help economically weaker students unable to access online classes 

Two more branches of the online mobile library centre will begin in Mumbai's Bandra and Sakinaka areas soon, as per the centre in charge

Published on 18th October 2020
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Student groups extend solidarity to 14 students from UoH, MANUU charged for protest

According to the FIR, about 20-30 students of UoH had illegally gathered at a Coffee Day and conducted a rally

Published on 12th October 2020
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Assam government set to close down all state-run madrasas, Sanskrit tols

The state government spends about Rs 3-4 crore on madrasas and about Rs 1 crore on Sanskrit tols in the state annually

Published on 10th October 2020
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How Sri Ramachandra is bringing surgical excellence to engineering education

We speak to Prof V Raju, Provost of the recently formed Sri Ramachandra College of Engineering and Technology, to understand what sets it apart

Published on 7th October 2020
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Over 15,000 students to appear for APEDCET-2020, authorities ensure proper safety measures

Candidates will be allowed into examination halls from 9 am and students have to bring their hall-tickets and ID cards along with them

Published on 30th September 2020
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Meet the women behind Daak Vaak, virtual postcards from the past that carry the timeless words of Indian writers

Daak Vaak was started by Onaiza Drabu and Prachi Jha as an attempt to give the world bite-sized literature, which they carefully curate to suit the attention span of today's readers. Let's read more 

Published on 24th September 2020
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This 26-year-old Hyderabadi went from Aeronautical Engineering to quirky and edgy decor. Here's how

Devesh Baheti has started a lifestyle blog seven years ago and was one of the very first people to do so. He has collaborated with brands like Louis Vuitton, Zara and Bhane for it. That's so cool!

Published on 13th September 2020
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Award-winning Bengal teachers discuss development of students from marginalised communities

The webinar was conducted by Sandipon Dasgupta, FPO, Chuchura and Sudipta Biswas, FPO, Medinipur

Published on 12th September 2020
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Urdu and then some: Poet Ankit Gupta's urge to help people and children is inspiring

Ankit Gupta's love for Urdu poetry is intense. Just as intense as his love for social service. He has providing smartphones to more than 75 kids in North India from the funds he has generate so far

Published on 6th September 2020
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Around 87 per cent viewership for Telangana government's online classes on Doordarshan 

Government school teachers are being trained in scriptwriting, how to make small videos and talking in front of the camera. A studio has been set-up to churn out high-quality digital content

Published on 4th September 2020
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New CBSE syllabus based on NEP 2020 to be implemented only in 2023: NCERT Director

The Director said that the states will also adopt an adaptation of the curriculum, translate the books needed and also develop the textbooks for languages

Published on 1st September 2020
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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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Odisha's very own Ustaad is shaking up the scene in Bhubaneswar for rap and hip-hop artistes. Here's how!

He pursued his Mechanical Engineering from Synergy Institute of Engineering and Technology, Dhenkanal. But life has got him to hip-hop and rapping and he is very happy with his choices 
 

Published on 23rd July 2020
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This start-up is upcycling low-value plastic into high-end chic, to help tribal women earn their way

Aarohana EcoSocial Developments' only mantra is upcycling plastics to save this Earth. Rashmi Patil speaks to the founder, Amita Deshpande to know what they do with that upcycled plastic

Published on 8th July 2020
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Researchers find antibodies that could shield kids from rare, polio-like disease

There is no specific treatment for AFM, which tends to strike in the late summer or early fall and which has been associated with some deaths

Published on 4th July 2020

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