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UGC urges universities to use handloom robes for convocation

The universities have also been requested to share the action taken in this regard, along with photographs and videos

Published on 18th January 2024
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Karnataka's education policy will retain secular fabric with jobs for students: Minister Sudhakar

"We have an extensive committee formed for primary education as well as for secondary and higher education," he said

Published on 16th October 2023
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Construct prefabricated classrooms to accommodate students: Bihar Education Department

Many government schools in Bihar are facing a shortage of classrooms and teachers as per inspection reports of District Magistrates, the official said

Published on 28th August 2023
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VSSC recruitment test: Fabricated devices, custom-made shirts used for impersonation, cheating

The national-level recruitment test organised by ISRO was held only in Kerala at 10 exam centres across the state and has now been cancelled

Published on 22nd August 2023
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Tricolour toughens up: This IIT Delhi start-up has designed advanced fabrics for monumental national flags  

It is by 100 per cent that the strength of the fabric has been improved by the researchers of the start-up, as per officials. Here is what's on the cards for this start-up 

Published on 25th January 2022
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This 15-year-old is upcycling fabric waste to create clothes for underprivileged children in Kolkata. Here's how and why

The 15-year-old entrepreneur says that their main goal is to bring a smile to the faces of all underprivileged children across the country. We find out more about his foundation

Published on 7th April 2021
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Sona Group of institutions collaborates with Canada-based hospitals to make smart fabric wearables

The Salem-based Sona Group of education institutions will contribute to the FIBRE project through their faculty, laboratories and facilities

Published on 7th March 2021
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How Muse Nanobots' antiviral fabric will protect you from the Coronavirus

Gautam and his team began working on the fabric in March this year after the pandemic hit. They developed a prototype by May

Published on 23rd September 2020
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This software developed by IIT alumni can automatically turn flat fabrics into 3D images on models. Here's how

The software can act as a substitute for conventional model photoshoots and is convenient even for small boutique designers and weavers who don't have access to or can't afford photoshoots

Published on 15th September 2020
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Bunko Junko: This Mumbaikar's efforts have helped over 1,500 underprivileged women earn their livelihood in a sustainable way    

Bhavini N Parikh started Bunko Junko, wherein, Bunko means style and Junko means unused textile waste. They collect waste fabric and with them, stitch the most beautiful products ever

Published on 14th August 2020
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Here's how this start-up is creating sustainable footwear from old rubber tyres and reusable fabric

Kurio does not only make eco-friendly footwear but also creates hair accessories, brooches, folders, fridge magnets, pouches and a lot more

Published on 11th August 2020
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Bid adieu to perfumes. This Kanpur institute just developed an aromatic fabric

The fragrances used in the manufacture of aromatic fabric include rose, khus, chameli and sandalwood. According to scientists, the aromatic clothes will be more comfortable than the normal fabric

Published on 23rd July 2020
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Monica Senapati's love for ikat and Sambalpuri fabrics is helping weavers too. Here's how

Unintentionally, Monica Senapati has built a business around offering Odisha's handlooms to the young crowd in Bengaluru, where she currently resides. We listen in to her story to find out more 

Published on 1st June 2020
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This fashion start-up in Delhi is creating cool COVID masks out of scrapped fabric saved over the last year 

Avishi Dayal Kalra's ADK reuses their wasted cloth to be recreated into medical masks in light of the shortage following the Coronavirus outbreak

Published on 2nd April 2020
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Here's how this 26-year-old designer is promoting Ladakh's traditional fabrics through her clothing label

Before opening her own studio in Ladakh, Palmo studied design at NIFT-Delhi, where she also had a brief stint with designer Sonal Verma of Rara Avis

Published on 26th October 2019

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