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We all have had situations when we were confused with certain words, here we discuss how to avoid those confusions and deliver sentences without mistakes
In an age when print is becoming increasingly scarce, Delhi-based Balaknama, supported by the NGO CHETNA is probably the only newspaper in the world that's run by street kids
Only three colleges are dissenting, all others are preparing for exams, says Prakash Javadekar hitting out at DU, JNU
Taking a swipe at the anti-ABVP agitators in New Delhi, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said that almost every other college student was doing "their duty" and not wasting taxpayers' money
An interesting take on ancient wisdom and modern knowledge and it's relevance in today's world, discusses Mani Rao, Valson Thampu and Sudha Seshayyan
Dr Sunil Thomas Chandy, Director of CMC, opens up about why they have been asking the government to rethink their merit-only philosophy with NEET and rues that this has led to
UPES offers B.A in Public Policy with embedded IAS Coaching
AISMK President R Sarathkumar talks about how FDI, a more modern education system and stricter laws are the only way to ensure the youth of today don't end up revolting when the jobs dry up
JNU loses ability to help 'backward' students with deprivation points: Students threaten 'complete shutdown'
The concept of awarding deprivation points for students from backward areas was devised by the students union under Prakash Karat in 1974. JNU was the sole institute to have this system
'Report says 36% of Indian companies and 25% among MNCs are not compliant with the Sexual Harassment Act, 2013'
Kirthi Jayakumar, founder of The Red Elephant Foundation talks about the laws in India for sexual harassment and her upcoming workshop on preventing it at the workplace
Shaurya Doval, co-founder of India Foundation talks on how policy formulation can be a good career option in the future
Loo and behold: Meet the US student who's been staying in UP's remotest villages for five years to build 'one toilet at a time'
Since 2012, Marta Vanduzer-Snow, a PhD student from the US, has been building toilets in the most backward villages of UP. Despite all the turmoil and general mistrust, she's managed to cut the stink
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
Revenge porn drives DU student to suicide: Here's what you need to do online and at the police station to ensure obscene pics of you don't go viral
With an increasing number of women falling prey to cyber crimes like morphing and stalking, we take a look at how and why you can yank that content online, and bring the culprits to book offline
Transgenders from anywhere in the world will find a place to study at Tirunelveli's MSU: VC K Baskar talks about the two transgenders who prompted this revolution
The varsity will offer up to 830 seats for transgenders across all their courses and there will be a fee waiver for them. The funds will come from a corpus that has been set up by the VC
JNUSU and ABVP find rare unity and protest together against seat cuts after JNU says they are starting admissions as per new UGC norms
After the Court ruled that JNU will also follow the UGC norms in admission, massive seat cuts for their MPhil and doctoral programmes were announced — JNUSU and ABVP are now up in arms. Together
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