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Three visually-challenged students top Mangaluru University's BSW exam

All three, who have also passed their SSLC and PUC exams with flying colours, have been dreaming of becoming IAS officers. However, poverty seems to be a hurdle

Published on 28th November 2019
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Kerala woman becomes first female firefighter to be appointed by AAI at Chennai airport

Airport firefighter jobs remained a male stronghold for long, but that is changing. Remya Sreekantan is the first woman firefighter in the AAI in South India and the third in AAI

Published on 8th November 2019
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Naveen Patnaik announces Rs 1000 crore investment to transform Odisha Medical College to 'AIIMS Plus' institute

The Chief Minister held discussions on the development and patients welfare with heads of departments, students and administrative authorities of the SCB Medical College and Hospital

Published on 7th November 2019
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We are serious students: More than 400 students protest against IIT's MTech course fee hike

The PSUs recruit at the exact same time as the IITs put out their merit list forcing the students to block the seats

Published on 4th October 2019
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Hyderabad child rights group asks Govt to shut down school that displayed nursery, KG toppers on hoarding

People have called out the hoarding on social media and said that it symbolises everything that is messed up about the education system in India

Published on 3rd October 2019
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Soon, IIM Calcutta to offer online courses in management science, supply chain analytics

The prestigious B-school has partnered with Coursera, a global online learning platform, to launch the courses which will be delivered fully online

Published on 2nd October 2019
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The Jeffrey Archer interview: I'll have to live till 86 to achieve this

Very few authors have the luxury of not needing a buffed up or overwritten introduction to make them look good. Jeffrey Archer is one of them. Enough said.

Published on 17th September 2019
Role models, IIT Madras survey

50% young Indians look at politicians and scientists as role models, finds IIT Madras survey

The survey does not stop at just idols and also deals with the broader aspects of reimagining India in 2030 — towards which a campaign was launched by IIT Madras alumni recently 

Published on 16th September 2019
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Severe mass-extinction occurred on Earth 260 million years ago, says new US study

Scientists had previously determined that there were five major mass-extinction events, wiping out large numbers of species and defining the ends of geological periods

Published on 16th September 2019
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VIT to allow students to take semester break to work in the industry, hire foreign profs, after IoE fillip 

After getting the coveted Institution of Eminence tag from the MHRD, VIT Chancellor G Viswanathan tells Edex about how they're taking India into the world rankings soon

Published on 16th September 2019
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India expands presence in global university rankings, but falls out of top 300

India's top-ranked university, Bangalore's Indian Institute of Science (IISc) declined, marking the first time that India is not in top 300 since 2012 in the tally

Published on 12th September 2019
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Indian students can now work in the UK for 2 years after completing their studies with new visa reform

The new 'Graduate' route, to be in place by next year, will be open to all overseas nationals who have valid UK immigration status as a student and have a degree from a government institute

Published on 11th September 2019
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Credentials of potential vice-chancellors to be in public domain, says Karnataka Deputy CM

The existing search committee which proposed vice chancellors for appointment in various universities was slapped with several complaints for discriminatory practices

Published on 11th September 2019
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Patriarchy, moral policing and gender roles: How kids in Chennai school are conditioned

Gender segregation and patriarchal values are seemed to be taught from a young age. Here's a look at a few schools in Chennai

Published on 21st August 2019
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In Bhubaneswar, One Life is a budding helpline that offers counselling to the dejected and depressed

They have conducted seminars on emotional intelligence and other topics in universities like Utkal University, SOA, CV Raman College of Engineering and other places 

Published on 17th August 2019

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