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New study focuses on using infrared eye tracking to study infant behaviour

The study demonstrated that the eye-tracking technology and computer-controlled stimulus presentation can be successfully used to automate assessments

Published on 15th August 2020
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Check out this Kashmiri teacher's live classroom app that works on 2G and automates attendance

Wise App was co-developed by Mubeen Masudi, along with three other engineers. It was launched last week

Published on 14th August 2020
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Virtual Janmashtami celebrated at Amrita Vidyalayam Senior Secondary School

The virtual programme commenced with an enthralling bhajan presentation by our students. As a part of the celebration, various competitions like Sloka recitation, Krishnashtakam and more

Published on 12th August 2020
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Agriculture institute seeks Kerala Govt support to boost Pearl Spot production

Karimeen has always been much in demand, especially among foreign tourists. The popular tourist destination of Kumarakom is known for the availability of this fish in the Vemband lake

Published on 11th August 2020
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Karnataka boy who wrote exams using his toes has scored 67.84 per cent in SSLC

Kaushik Acharya's hands are not fully grown and therefore he was taught to use his feet to write or draw when he was only three years old. This is how and why he refused to use a scribe

 

Published on 10th August 2020
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UK Government trying to reassure public over planned school reopenings in September

Schools are set to reopen fully in England in September, prompting questions over whether other parts of society may need to close to lower coronavirus risk levels

Published on 10th August 2020
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Agra reports 38 fresh cases after B.Ed examinees flout COVID norms

Although elaborate sanitation and social distancing measures were announced, the examinees and their guardians largely ignored the safety norms. Many did not have masks

Published on 10th August 2020
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This B'luru NGO is helping millions of at-risk kids Dream a Dream. Here's how

The Bengaluru-based organisation started in 1999 and a decade into the process, they realised that the kids need a mentor, an adult to look up to

Published on 10th August 2020
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Twitter, TikTok hold preliminary talks about a possible merger for the Chinese app's US operations

While Twitter declined to comment, a TikTok spokesperson told news organisations- the company does not comment on market rumours

Published on 9th August 2020
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Classes in Chottu doses: How this NGO is getting at-risk children the classes they need during lockdown

Chottu Ki Education engages beggars, school dropouts and child labourers in one-year-long bridge courses that help them gain entry into mainstream education. We find out they go about doing this

Published on 8th August 2020
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How this Warangal student is crowdsourcing textbooks for underprivileged kids and counselling them too

All Vikhil Prabha is doing is being the best helping hand he can be. He dreams of building a school and helping out kids in a small hamlet called Chenchugudem. This is how he going about doing it

Published on 8th August 2020
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No COMEDK exams this year for COVID positive students: Dr S Kumar 

Unlike last year, the number of students registered for the COMEDK exams this year is comparatively low and Dr S Kumar says that he can't predict the percentage of attendance due to the pandemic 

Published on 8th August 2020
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Here's why #UPSC_Scam was trending on Twitter and what the UPSC said about it

The hashtag started trending after a tweet by journalist and activist Dilip Mandal. The UPSC results were out on Tuesday

Published on 6th August 2020
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IIT Hyderabad and British experts to study the impact of antibiotic disposal in India's waterways 

Indian and British experts are joining forces to investigate the impact that is releasing antibiotics from manufacturing plants into India's waterways

Published on 6th August 2020
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NASA doing away with 'harmful' nicknames for cosmic objects

NASA is examining its use of unofficial terminology for cosmic objects in a bid to do away with insensitive or harmful nicknames

Published on 6th August 2020

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