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Did they just find the scientists who could change our future?

The Adi Shankara Young Scientist Awards 2017 recognised the contributions of young scientists and provided them opportunities to grow

Published on 27th February 2017
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IITs, NITs to scrap 'unpopular' courses: Believe it or not, they're Engineering and not Humanities

The move intends to bring down the number of vacant seats in premier institutions, but IIT directors have indicated that the vacancies are mostly in some engineering courses and not in humanities

Published on 27th March 2017
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Online applications out for Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi - last date is June 30th

IGNOU has released their applications online for 173 programs like science, social science, humanities, and management

Published on 15th May 2017
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Have a flair for solving real-time problems? Public Policy might just be the subject you should pick 

Prof Danny Quah from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore opens up about the possible career opportunities in Public Policy

Published on 11th August 2017
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Tribespeople, ecosystem to be supported and protected by the Forest Department's new Ecosystem Management Fund

It will also aim to address local issues like man-animal conflict as well as provide better infrastructure to local tribal communities

Published on 25th September 2017
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NBA MD wants basketball to reach the grassroots and he is shooting for it with this academy  

NBA India recently opened an academy to provide world-class training opportunities to aspiring basketball players. Yannick Colaco talks about its perks 

Published on 26th September 2017
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Taking your weight-loss plan public to social media could actually help you lose the extra kgs: Study

It found that virtual support communities offer an environment that allows members relative anonymity, accessibility, availability and flexibility in how they represent themselves on their journey

Published on 29th November 2017
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The Bridge Course Programme is bringing literacy to over 2K kids in Kerala's Attappady

The Kudumbashree's Attappady Special Project brings together dropout students from tribal communities to educate them about, well...everything!

Published on 13th December 2017
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When your day job is all about making the world a cleaner and better place

The renewable energy sector is diversifying rapidly and, as a result, employment opportunities are on the rise. Their role is to collect and analyse data for research projects 

Published on 7th February 2018
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Why Annie George is the BEDROC that Nagapattinam's women stand upon

Annie George is the founder of BEDROC, an organisation that helps build disaster-resilient, sustainable coastal communities in the regions most affected by the tsunami of 2004

Published on 6th March 2018
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Students from Centurion University went back to the community to solve their problems

At Centurion University, the focus is being brought back to the communities, their problems and students are being engaged to solve them

Published on 9th March 2018
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Road to Bylakuppe: How India's largest Tibetian settlement is promoting entrepreneurship

By creating an entrepreneurship club in the Tibetan Children's Village Bylakuppe, the Tibetan refugees in India are hoping to create more employment opportunities and a better life

Published on 9th April 2018
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Century-old handloom unit for visually impaired resumes operations in Tirunelveli 

Established in 1911, the handloom unit was set up to provide job opportunities for the visually impaired. There are 19 handlooms available in the unit, with eight visually impaired persons involved

Published on 23rd April 2018
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Find out how 'Dragonlearn' is making Maths interesting and easy through online competitions 

Dragonlearn.in is a learning platform that helps children learn Mathematics through an interactive way. Their Olympiad Plus for primary school children throws open opportunities for fun learning

Published on 26th April 2018
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Now Kerala is bringing literacy to tribals and migrant labourers

Kerala has now embarked on a programme to bridge the small gap in its achievements by training illiterates among tribals, scheduled castes, transgenders, and the migrant labor communities

Published on 15th May 2018

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