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How the British Council ISA programme fosters the exchange of ideas between schools at an international level

This year, 105 schools from across six South Indian states – Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Kerala – earned the ISA (International School Award) recognition  

 

Published on 6th December 2019
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Meet Deepa Jayaraj, the Chennai law student who got to be British Deputy High Commissioner for a day

A fourth-year student of Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law University was selected to lead the diplomatic mission in Chennai for a day

 

Published on 11th October 2019
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Why delivery guys and struggling students are learning basic English on an app called Utter

Ninad Vengurlekar, co-founder of Utter app speaks about solving  English learning mystery for cab drivers and delivery persons

Published on 9th October 2019
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This Mars Mission is about getting Telangana's rural kids to fall in love with football. Here's how

To encourage students from rural background so that they can have an equal shot at the goal post, Hyderabad-based Mars Football Foundation is truly doing their best to level up the playing field

Published on 8th October 2019
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UK happy with proposals made for New Education Policy, appreciate 'flexibility in study options'

In 2006, India and UK entered into a long-term bilateral programme, UKIERI, with a focus on higher education.

Published on 15th September 2019
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90 pc of Indian women who graduate from UK earn above-average salaries, says study

Over 1,000 Indians and a total of 16,000 students from different nationalities who had completed their studies between January 2011 and July 2016 were surveyed to understand their experience

Published on 4th September 2019
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UK government contemplating increasing work-post study rights to 12 months

After the UK announced the abolition of post-study work rights in 2011, the number of Indian students went down sharply from a peak of 38,677 in 2011 to 16,655 in 2016

Published on 1st August 2019
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IIT-Kanpur scientists develop two-finger robotic hand to help stroke patients

The device is a two-finger robotic hand (exoskeleton) that uses a four-bar mechanism and has four degrees of freedom (DOF)

Published on 25th July 2019
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Study in India: New India-UK scheme set to fund visiting students

The Study in India programme will support national and institutional-level objectives to increase the levels of outward student mobility from the UK to 13 per cent by 2020

Published on 24th July 2019
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Solar panels have been installed at NITR and this is how they plan on making the most of it

The installation costs up to Rs10 crore but was done free of cost for National Institute of Technology Rourkela by availing the government's scheme

Published on 3rd July 2019
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Arun Krishnamurthy is on a mission to save as many water bodies as he can, before it's too late!

With severe water shortages and droughts looming in the distance, this environmentalist's efforts are more important than ever before

Published on 15th June 2019
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This AI-based chatbot helps artists collaborate with each other and find suitable projects

DARA identifies artists' interests and skills and gives them a list of potential collaborators and grant-makers across the globe

Published on 5th June 2019
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Padma Shri handed over to Dr Subhash Kak in US, says 'India is going through a renaissance'

Kak, originally from Srinagar, completed his BE from Regional Engineering College, Srinagar (Presently National Institute of Technology, Srinagar) and PhD from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

Published on 4th June 2019
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Critical thinking and some great English. Why your kid needs the British Council's Summer School Programme

Janaka Pushpanathan tell us what's in their Summer School Programme and why it is a tad more interesting than life skill lessons in school

Published on 1st May 2019
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How Pallavi Chander's Art Therapy is helping Bengaluru's underprivileged kids beat alcoholism, crime

Pallavi Chander is using painting, drama, music and dance to help children from underprivileged backgrounds deal with day-to-day issues  

Published on 1st May 2019

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