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How Karthikeyan started a farm in Tamil Nadu to transform the lives of hundreds of intellectually-challenged youth

The Foundation situated in Villupuram, is an inclusive society where all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are respected, valued and have choices to lead a holistic and dignified

Published on 5th July 2020
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Marxist University: This four-day long online course will teach you all you need to about Marxism

Organised by the International Marxist Tendency, the course goes live on July 25. People from around 87 countries have registered so far

Published on 4th July 2020
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Deakin and Chitkara University announces academic mentorship in Software Engineering for Indian students

The announcement has come at a time when travel is suspended and students are uncertain of their dream for an overseas higher education opportunity

Published on 4th July 2020
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How Sudha Muttal overcame caste discrimination to deliver 5000 stage performances before she turned 30

At 29, Sudha Muttal has managed to deliver over 5000 performances and is changing the lives of young Dalit women in her village in rural Karnataka using the power of theatre

Published on 3rd July 2020
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Are Pondicherry University profs calling parents and complaining about students' late-night outs to get them to vacate hostels? 

While the PU students have been staying on campus for the past three months, the administration now wants them to vacate the hostel amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis

Published on 1st July 2020
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Eat Local: This Facebook page is connecting Kerala's farmers to eager consumers using videos and flyers

Lovelocalbuylocal was introduced to connect local farmers in Kerala with customers or markets to help them survive the economic threat of the lockdown

Published on 1st July 2020
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This school in Karnataka has pyramids instead of buildings. And they're 'positively' great for village kids

The Paranga Charitable Trust's Paranga Vidya Kendra provides free and quality education to rural kids by conducting classes in pyramid-shaped classrooms. These classrooms are located near Magadi 

Published on 1st July 2020
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Alexa, can you handle a class? How Amazon's Assistant is teaching kids in 40 schools in rural Chhattisgarh

The device in itself is revolutionary for the kids of the region who have never seen a device that talks back to them and can tell them anything they want to know

Published on 1st July 2020
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Being Sai: How the wheelchair never held this Hyderabad youth back from skydiving or going to Antarctica with Robert Swan

Now that Sai Prasad Vishwanathan has been to Antarctica, gone skydiving and pursued his MBA from ISB, he has been conducting counselling sessions for over 35,000 students and is helping out a lot

Published on 1st July 2020
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Chandigarh University comes to rescue of students aspiring to study abroad with 'Indo-Australian Study Centre''

Chandigarh University has established an 'Indo-Australian Study Centre' at its campus where top-notch Australian Universities are offering International Articulation programs

Published on 30th June 2020
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Meet Gowtham, Chennai's very own Corona artist whose helmet, auto and scarecrows are upping COVID awareness

Since the Corona helmet went viral, it was also used by Bengaluru police and Gowtham has been getting numerous calls, he tells us  

Published on 29th June 2020
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Illogical and Irrational: Visva Bharati University faculty criticise notice asking them to return to work

In its recent notice, the central university has said that faculty members who went "out-of-station before or during lock down, are now expected to be back

Published on 26th June 2020
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St Stephen's College gives hostelites 5 day-window to come back and clear rooms to start sanitisation process

Most guardians are reluctant to send their children back to Delhi to vacate their rooms. The students have written to the Principal for permission to keep their belongings in their rooms longer

Published on 25th June 2020
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Mental health matters: Why Young India is depressed and anxious about life in a post-COVID world

While mental health is still stigmatised in a society like ours, it is important that we address the elephant in the room —anxiety, stress, depression, paranoia that has been on a significant rise

Published on 25th June 2020
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IIT Bombay to start next semester online, to crowdfund Rs 5 crore for tech, gadgets for underprivileged students

While a lot of students welcome this, they also raised concerns over this affecting their research. Maharashtra, where the IIT is located, has the maximum number of COVID cases in the country

Published on 25th June 2020

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