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  Accessibility to education has always been hindered by innumerable factors in India especially by the sporadic allocation of educational and infrastructural resources.  This inefficient allocation has impeded the development of millions of children. Manish Mathur an alumnus of a government school in Kanwarpada was left appalled to witness a similar lack of infrastructure as …

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  Irrespective of financial backgrounds, the fun of childhood revolves around playing in the mud, jumping into a puddle splashing water around, building dream castles in the sand, and rolling on the soft grass. As the child grows, it tries to play with colors, mold objects out of dough, and give life to toys around. …

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Meet Lewitt Somarajan the founder of LIFELAB who is changing the stereotypical approach of teaching science through innovative and practical methods In the clutches of the competitive world, the prevailing Indian education system has lost its incomparable uniqueness of innovative curriculum and teaching methodologies which showcased a holistic understanding of topics. The conventional teaching approach …

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THESE YOUTH FROM SLUMS ARE ACHIEVING GOALS BY SCORING GOALS – SLUM SOCCER Football has always been the most favorite sport on the planet where billions of people around the globe follow it as a religion and acts as an emotional epicenter for many nationalities. A group of 22 people chasing a ball around and …

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Simplicity beats Complexity of Science – Story of Supreet Deshpande When children in Indian education system, choose pathways of engineering, medical, commerce, humanities and arts at early stages of schooling, they either try to run away from fearful and non-interesting subjects, or they chalk out a career path early. But little do they realize the …

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Some students of Philippines are generating 8 hours of electricity from 1 glass of ‘Salt Water’ We live in an era of accelerated progress where technology forms the backbone for a well functioning community and tries to answer the most of the problems which exist in the present world. It delves innumerable aspects of this …

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While scores of Indian youth qualify to become Engineers every year, only few of them try out innovative ways and applications of Engineering. In 2007, a Civil Engineer found the need of major repairs of heavy RCC structures. He explored and examined that most of the RCC structures suffered from hollowness, falling of concrete, cracks …

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At a time when westernization is conquering almost every domain of our culture and lifestyle, the richest asset of Indian tradition- its art forms are losing significance in the minds of the citizens, especially the youth. These art forms can be practiced and conserved only if their essence and soul is felt by the artists …

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