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#CAB2019: Why students across the country are coming together to oppose the Citizenship Amendment Bill
Many student bodies also issued statements against the Bill prior to its passing but many came out to the roads today, to show their disapproval of the Bill.
The court said even in cases where the law permits 'in camera hearing', both parties are entitled to full knowledge of each other and each other's case
BAPSA has issued a statement in solidarity with the Tamil director and condemned the intimidation and harassment he has been facing on social media
#UPESDOESNTCARE: Law students accuse UPES of forcing online test. VC assures smooth, student-friendly exam
The students said that they are not averse to the idea of an online exam, it's the mode in which it is being conducted and in the way, it was notified that they feel is absolutely arbitrary and unjust
#YouGoGirl: This girl-powered club in Hyderabad is starting conversations on Islamophobia, Discrimination and more
Ayesha Syeda feels that, "We just want to share information and experiences. It doesn't have to amount to anything, but it surely might lead to something."
When the hearing in the case of Section 377 at Supreme Court concluded, college students across the city felt that its high time that the archaic law criminalising homosexuality is reformed
'Report says 36% of Indian companies and 25% among MNCs are not compliant with the Sexual Harassment Act, 2013'
Kirthi Jayakumar, founder of The Red Elephant Foundation talks about the laws in India for sexual harassment and her upcoming workshop on preventing it at the workplace
The Pro Vice-Chancellor of Newcastle University speaks about their commitment to education, skill development and social justice
While there have been remarkable gains for girls in education, little headway has been made to help shape a more equal, less violent environment for them
Around 50 per cent of the students, covered in the survey, stated that they find it difficult to understand the subject without the classroom environment and teacher present
9 in 10 Chennai principals feel their high school boys have no clue about gender sensitisation: Study
The study titled, 'Gender Sensitisation of Adolescent boys and its linkage to the creation of positive male role models', involved principals from 20 prominent schools in Chennai as respondents
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
In 2014, Yousafzai became the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of her efforts for children's rights
Aditi Anand established why it is ‘cool to care’ and how youngsters across India are taking up the cause of conservation very seriously
Her recent achievements include representing India at the International Art Festival “Planet of Art” conducted by UNESCO clubs association in Kazakhstan
Students who have no access to gadget or technology can write their examinations offline after the university reopens after the lockdown
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