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    How Odisha Knowledge Corp has helped youngsters hold on to their jobs during the pandemic

    Ipsita never obsessed about her freelancing career, until now. 'On an average, I earn around twelve thousand rupees and more in a month,' says the Bhubaneswar-based urban youngster and a freelancing professional, who is in her early 20s. Over the last year, she has been working to build a career in this field of freelancing. 'I check my bank account once a...

    • 4 days ago
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    Now, pre-book your vaccination through this app developed by a Mumbai start-up

    A Mumbai-based health-tech start-up has launched an application for Indian citizens to book an appointment with the nearest doctor or the vaccination clinic to get themselves vaccinated. This comes at a time when the country is waiting for the coronavirus vaccine with bated breath. WONDRx is a made-in-India health-tech start-up working on Digital India mandate...

    • 7 days ago
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    Applications open for UK's Chevening Scholarships and Fellowships for 2021-22

    The application windows for the UK Government's Chevening Scholarship and Fellowship programmes for 2021-22 are now open. Aspiring scholars can apply for a one-year master's under the Scholarship programme by November 3, 2020 or for the short-term thematic Fellowship programmes by October 19 2020. The Chevening Scholarships offer full financial support for one year to...

    • a week ago
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    Here's why PadCare Lab's sanitary napkin disposal system can change the way we look at women's health

    India had started the conversation on women's health and menstrual hygiene over the past few years. We have had Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar appear before every movie to tell us how important it is for women to use sanitary napkins. But what happens to the used napkins? It is generally incinerated which releases toxic gases or it ends up in a...

    • a week ago
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    This platform takes care of your accommodation needs in a foreign university, free of charge

    Before packing your bags and leaving for the university you've dreamt of studying in for your entire life, there's quite a lot you may not be able to take with you. And in this process of moving away from everything you know, how long will it take to make a home in a foreign country? If you're stressing out about such change and all that comes with it,...

    • a week ago
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    Why students from NID grouped together to support grassroots relief initiatives through art

    In the early days of the Coronavirus crisis and the subsequent lockdown, while social media was flooded with donation requests from NGOs and charity organisations, a bunch of students from the National Institute of Design stumbled upon a number of small group-led relief initiatives that needed funds. On March 30, they set up #ArtForCharity, an initiative...

    • a week ago
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    NEET 2020: A last moment exam centre change in Hyderabad sends students, parents into a tizzy

    On September 13, 2020, when a few students, and their parents, reached Vignana Jyothi Public School, Madhura Nagar, one of the exam centres in Hyderabad to attempt NEET, were extremely distressed after they were informed that there had been a last minute change in the exam centre. They were asked to report at an exam centre in Gachibowli instead. A...

    • a week ago
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    How Urban Rebox IT uses QR codes and other tech to help with waste management is wow

    Garbage, garbage everywhere, not enough start-ups helping out, was our lament until we came across a company that is doing its bit — Urban Rebox IT. The same thought used to haunt the start-up's Managing Director Sai Prateek Vangari when he used to make the journey from Tarnaka to CMR Engineering College — where he was pursuing a BTech in Electronics...

    • a week ago
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    Who dreams of becoming a farmer? This 24-year-old BITS Pilani grad is already living this dream

    Sidhartha Namburi is a 24-year-old who lives and works on a farm, full-time, in Kolanupaka village in Telangana's Yadadri Bhuvanagiri. No, he is not a farmer's son, nor did he lose his job in the city nor is he doing it for research purposes. This BITS Pilani grad is doing it because of his inclinations towards agriculture. All that he has been doing...

    • a week ago
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    Poonachi in pics: How Priya Kuriyan transformed Perumal Murugan's novel into a children's picture book

    Perumal Murugan's controversial novel Poonachi has now been published as a children's book with illustrations. Illustrated by Priya Kuriyan, the graphic retelling deals with a young goat, Poonachi, finding her way back home after getting lost in the forest. To make it child-friendly, only a small section of the main novel has been retold....

    • a week ago

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