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Madhumala

Women's Day: Why the first person to establish friendly contact with the Sentinelese believes that we mustn't try to civilise them

Madhumala's years of research resulted in 20 research papers and a book on the tribes of Car Nicobar, which were immediately sent across the world to be taught at universities

Published on 6th March 2021
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QS Ranking 2021: Overall rankings of IITs see sizeable drop, but Indian institutes excels in subject ranks

Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal had said that there has been an improvement in global rankings. The overall ranking list does not say so

Published on 5th March 2021
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Sikkim Govt College students arrested, expelled for asking government to build them an academic building with classrooms 

The SGC Geyzing was set up in 2011 and even though it was allotted a campus, the first batches were started in a private building with a promise to complete the campus infrastructure by 2015

Published on 1st March 2021
Delhi University

DU awards 'digital degrees' to nearly 1,80,000 students during its 97th annual convocation

Over 156 medals and 36 prizes were also awarded to the students in person by Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ''Nishank'', who was the chief guest of the occasion

Published on 27th February 2021
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Karnataka government rolls out mobile library for children in Kalaburagi's remote areas

The initiative was started with the aim of encouraging children in remote areas to inculcate the habit of reading, said Kurma Rao, Managing Director of the NEKRTC

Published on 27th February 2021
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New research suggests changes in writing style can reveal which social group people belong to

When one of these group memberships becomes relevant in a particular situation, behaviour tends to follow the norms of this group so that people behave "appropriately"

Published on 24th February 2021
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This Chennai reading club is getting kids to log out and read every single day without being forced to. This is how  

My Chapter One is Ranjini Indrajith's brainchild and is well and truly en route to getting kids to read every day without being shouted at

Published on 19th February 2021
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Pandemic is behind us: ABVP stages protest to push DU to reopen fully, start physical classes

The protesting students also said that they should have the right to choose between online and offline modes during the term-end examinations

Published on 18th February 2021
Delhi University

Delhi University has reopened four more libraries for research scholars and faculty members

The varsity reopened the Central Science Library, Ratan Tata Library, South Delhi Campus Library, and Faculty of Law Library for PhD/MPhil scholars and faculty members on Monday

Published on 15th February 2021
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JNU allows final-year PhD scholars to return to campus in eight, ninth phase of reopening

Earlier, JNU had allowed fourth semester MPhil and MTech students of its science school and special centre, as well as final semester MBA students

Published on 14th February 2021
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The Suttha Muttha Project in Bengaluru is introducing children to the local biodiversity. Here's how 

Roshni Ravi and Jane Sahi speaks about The Suttha Muttha Project which is introducing school children studying in peri-urban areas to their beautiful surroundings and preserve them for the future

Published on 1st February 2021
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Chandigarh University announces admissions-2021 for distance education programmes

The Institute of Distance and Online Learning of Chandigarh University has announced admissions for January-2021 with focus on technology driven learning

Published on 10th February 2021
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This Bengaluru girl has mastered ventriloquism during the lockdown and is raring to enthrall kids with dear old Dakota

Sharanya Eshwar, a budding ventriloquist is telling stories and entertaining schoolkids with her puppet Dakota. She says that the lockdown period was one of the best time to work on these skills

Published on 10th February 2021
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Informal school started by farmers' group at Delhi protest site resumes after two-week break

A group of farmers from Punjab's Anandpur Sahib had in December started the school in a makeshift tent for school going children who had accompanied their parents to the Singhu border protest site

Published on 9th February 2021
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How art journaling made the COVID-19 lockdown 'therapeutically' bearable for art lovers across India

Art journaling goes way beyond creativity and also helps in self-care therapy. We find out more about how some artists across the country used this to sail through the lockdown in 2020.

Published on 8th February 2021

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