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The trainer brainer: Don’t choose a career based on public opinion, choose what blends well with your attitude

For those youngsters who unnecessarily worry about their career path and public opinion regarding it, it determines their level of self-esteem

Published on 26th May 2020
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Bihar Board declares Class 10 examination results, pass percentage over 80 

A total of 41 students including 10 girl students were among those who secured a position among the top ten in the examination

Published on 26th May 2020
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Beyond corona: Will e-teaching become a part of the Indian educational system?

There is already a brewing revolt against online e-teaching with several teachers in Karnataka revolting against bullying by parents who get involved in their children’s e-classes

Published on 26th May 2020
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How Singapore and India are contributing to a COVID-19 vaccine race

Without a vaccine and an effective treatment, we may never get back to life as it used to be. With new cases in the US and Europe declining, they are starting to gradually re-open their economies

Published on 25th May 2020
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Importance of grammar: How written and spoken grammar are different when it comes to everyday interaction

Spoken grammar (SG) is the grammar of everyday interaction.  It is informal and natural. SG is flexible in its word order

Published on 25th May 2020
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IIT-Bhubaneswar create online exam method that will overcome previous limitations

The new method will overcome several limitations of holding only computer-based tests, lacking the robustness, reliability of invigilation and connection faced by the commercially available tests

Published on 24th May 2020
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This Coimbatore-based illustrator puts a face on every mundane object you see around you

Thinking out of the box, Akshaya CR illustrates faces on everyday objects in the hope that these will inspire imagination in children

Published on 20th May 2020
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Annie's Song: Why this braille literacy device has excited everyone from Prince William to NITI Aayog

Developed by Thinkerbell Labs, Annie is a self-learning braille device that several visually-impaired students across the nation are using to learn like never before. Check out their whole story!

Published on 19th May 2020
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We may never find a successful coronavirus vaccine: UK Business Secretary Alok Sharma

However, he also added that "two of the world's frontrunners to develop a vaccine is right here in the UK, at the University of Oxford and Imperial College London."

Published on 18th May 2020
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Kolkata's Presidency University students distribute food among transgenders

Twenty-five transgender people from Garia Nabagram area in the city have been given rice, pulses and potatoes among other essential items

Published on 17th May 2020
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Teens more likely to follow social distancing norms if encouraged by influencers: Study

Researchers say that peer-to-peer campaigns are likely to be more successful in changing attitudes, given the fact that adolescents are ignoring government guidelines

Published on 17th May 2020
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Biswajit Nayak is helping rural children learn better with Aveti Learning. Here's how

"It's not just in movies like Swades that change agents can make a difference," points out Biswajit Nayak. This is how this Odisha-born entreprreuer is making all the difference back in his village 

Published on 17th May 2020
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Here are 21 crazy cool online courses and how to study them

Conventional courses that will make you super employable or pad up your resume not quite your cup of chai? Fret not. Over the next three pages, here are some offbeat courses to satiate your soul

Published on 17th May 2020
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We offered to fly migrants home and the offer still stands: SpiceJet CMD Ajay Singh

Though hit badly by the two month-long grounding of passenger aircrafts, Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director, SpiceJet talks about their proposal to fly migrant labourers and their resilience 

Published on 16th May 2020
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India could avoid 72 per cent of COVID-19 cases after lockdown by closing red light areas: Yale and Harvard study 

India can add 17 days of additional delay to the peak increasing hard-earned gains from the lockdown. Closing red light areas could reduce COVID-19 deaths by 63 per cent

Published on 16th May 2020

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