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Meet the young woman who is bringing Kerala's teen mothers and child labourers back to school

For hundreds of dropouts in Kerala who believe that getting an education is not a priority, activist Dhanya Raman provides a way to get back to school, land a job and beat a lifetime of poverty

Published on 26th February 2017
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The doctor behind the heart-touching advertisements you see in cinema halls has lot more than that to him

Dr S Gurushankar, Chairman of Meenakshi Mission Hospital and Research Centre, in a conversation at the ThinkEdu Conclave talks about their popular campaign Aram Seidhu Pazhagu and more

Published on 12th March 2017
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Prakash Javadekar finds Shashi Tharoor’s new book so impressive that he says it should be given to students

Sure-footed, relaxed and surprisingly open to ideas like having Shashi Tharoor’s book included in the CBSE curriculum, HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar talks  about how he’s managing all the chaos 

Published on 13th March 2017
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JNU loses ability to help 'backward' students with deprivation points: Students threaten 'complete shutdown'

The concept of awarding deprivation points for students from backward areas was devised by the students union under Prakash Karat in 1974. JNU was the sole institute to have this system 

Published on 23rd March 2017
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Age no 'bar' for Mumbai orphan's legal dreams: Meet Michael Sam, the youth who may have helped remove the age cap to study law in India

With the Supreme Court asking the Bar Council of India to relook at why they need an age cap for their BLL courses, we speak to Mumbai orphan Michael Sam, whose legal dreams have risen from the ashes

Published on 26th March 2017
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From 10k to 1L: That's what Kerala's Government School teachers stand to lose every month if the 'no-tuition' rule is enforced 

It may seem like a hefty price to pay, given how much teachers earn, but it does raise the question: why can't school teachers handle tuitions outside like GH doctors and private practice?

 

Published on 5th April 2017
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Writing NEET in Kerala this year? Here's how NEET is different from Kerala's 'usual' Medical Entrance Exam

From an increase in the number of questions to be answered in the same time frame to an increased stress on Maths and Chemistry, read on to find out how NEET is going to be different 

Published on 4th May 2017
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Four women teachers suspended for asking Kerala girls to remove clothes before NEET 

Four teachers are being suspended after the dress code debacle in Kerala where the female candidates were asked to remove their clothes as part of strict measures to stop cheating in NEET

Published on 9th May 2017
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Now you can receive programming lectures in Hindi on YouTube without spending a penny

Saurabh Shukla talks about his YouTube channel, MySirG.com that teaches the art of programming. He provides lectures to a vast audience, all in Hindi

Published on 15th May 2017
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IIT graduates bridge the education gap in Kashmir, by helping engineering students reach their goals

Facing off-and-on internet bans, curfews and inaccessibility to books in Jammu and Kashmir, a bunch of IIT graduates have got together to help students and engineering aspirants realise their dreams.

Published on 17th May 2017
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Over 50 percent applications in Bengaluru PU Colleges are for commerce. Here's why

Bengaluru students are seen to find commerce a safer stream to choose as there is anxiety with regard to the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for Medical and Engineering courses 

Published on 18th May 2017
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NEET talks: 9k medicos to benefit from reduced NEET cut off marks

Telangana state pressurises the centre to cut down the qualifying marks of NEET to fill the vacant medical seats

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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Tamil Imposition: DU's Journalism Course to have Tamil as optional language because Admissions Committee feels students can use it to talk to people in Singapore, Malaysia

Delhi University's Admission Committee has decided to offer Tamil and Bengali as optional courses, reasoning it out strangely that they're doing this because a lot of people speak thee languages

Published on 13th June 2017
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28 students from 'Kashmir Super 30' make it to IITs, NITs

The 'Kashmir Super 30' initiative aims to support talented, underprivileged students in the state 

Published on 13th June 2017

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