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National TNAU Student of the Year award goes to the State president of All India Agricultural Students Association

Tamil Nadu Agricultural University's Student of the Year 2016 is P Sivaraj, a PhD student   

Published on 1st March 2017
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Kovai Killing: Young atheists fly under radar on FB, Twitter to keep free thought alive

With an increasing number of young people, some of them students, turning to atheism, we take a look at how some of them are leveraging social media to practice their lack of faith — in trying times

Published on 20th March 2017
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TN on top: Whopping 37 Colleges in Tamil Nadu among India's best colleges in MHRD's NIRF rankings

Establishing Tamil Nadu's dominance in the higher education sector, the MHRD ranked 37 colleges from TN in the top 100 from across India

Published on 3rd April 2017
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Malayalam mandate: Here's why CBSE and ICSE twelfth graders don't want to study Malayalam in their 'crunch years' 

Now that the state has passed an ordinance to make Malayalam mandatory for students in all boards across the board, CBSE and ICSE students and teachers are in a familiar fix

Published on 11th April 2017
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Over 50 percent applications in Bengaluru PU Colleges are for commerce. Here's why

Bengaluru students are seen to find commerce a safer stream to choose as there is anxiety with regard to the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for Medical and Engineering courses 

Published on 18th May 2017
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Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath starts two new contemporary courses. Wait for more! It also gets a new campus

The Chitrakala Parishath is designing two new contemporary courses for the coming academic year

Published on 20th May 2017
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MBBS Students in Karnataka are violating terms of a bond signed with state for mandatory rural service and here is why

Medical students refrain themselves from completing their one- year compulsory rural service for fear of life 

Published on 22nd May 2017
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It’s all about English Vinglish: Meet Thimappa, who teaches English to his students using traditional art forms

A teacher at a small government school in Karnataka, Thimappa, encourages his students to learn English and traditional art forms with passion by using unconventional and innovative methods

Published on 27th May 2017
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TISS student working towards revolutionising education through e-learning

Government schools manage to avail education tools and e-learning software but nobody to teach the teachers how to use these tools. Dickson Eugene Das has found a way

Published on 27th May 2017
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Army rejected him, but teaching, dance, and students opened both arms to welcome this lieutenant 

From a family of army officers to becoming a dancing wizard to accepting his calling as a teacher, Akshay Mandlik now uses every possible medium to help his students

Published on 29th May 2017
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She ditched a well-paying job to teach English to the children of Ejipura slum in Bengaluru- The Shradha Iyer story

By teaching the children in Bengaluru’s Ejipura slum English, Shradha Iyer has given them access to better lives, better jobs and a whole other world. But she’s doing so much more than just teaching

Published on 30th May 2017
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From raising funds for the school's welfare to solving disputes between villagers, Kotresh Hiremath has changed Gonigannur's face in just 13 years!

Kotresh Hiremath may not have been the villagers’ favourite person at one point, but today they are indebted to him for improving the condition of their village and for helping educate their children

Published on 31st May 2017
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From Buddha to Bhimrao Ambedkar, Bangalore University is using artists to create a park with sculptures of India's greatest reformers

Bangalore University along with the Karnataka Shilpakala Academy is creating a park with 14 sculptures of Indian social reformers — primarily centred around incidents involving Ambedkar

Published on 13th June 2017
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Researchers at PES University say the cost of dialysis could come down by at least 40 percent with this new device

The University claims this would be of particular help for those in rural areas where there are frequent power cuts and the shortage of water

Published on 11th June 2017
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SAP India launches 'Code Unnati' to impart digital literacy

The initiative is a multi-year collaboration to impart digital literacy and drive employment-led software skills development for the underprivileged

Published on 15th June 2017

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