Blind students struggle to get higher education

The three percent reservation for disabled students in government aided institutions has also failed to encourage the visually impaired to pursue higher education.      It is yet another day of spring, the sky is full of clouds, the breeze is soothing in the evenings and the ambience surrounding us makes us feel warm and happy. […]

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Education these days, a digital divide

Since everything went online in 2020, education and learning has come within our comfortable reach which is our homes. But for many this digitalisation has made education inaccessible.  In a diversity, where migrants who have no awareness regarding education and technology, also live migrants who are trying to learn more each day.  Regarding the migrant […]

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Women Entrepreneurs changing the dynamics of the Indian Society

Less known women entrepreneurs of our country, creating history by standing against all odds and doing great in their businesses.  Vapi– Out of 58.5 million entrepreneurs in India, women in business only comprise of 8.05 million. As per the sixth economic census released by the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation. In India, the number […]

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Indians who enrolled in Canada varsities in 2020 are stranded

Travel ban came after they had made bookings. Gujarat: Several students who were to leave for Canada are now left stranded due to ban on flights from India. Alpa Agath, a student, said: “A few universities in Canada have a rule that if a student studies more than half of a course from outside the […]

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Patients await first government-run dementia centre in India

India has 4 million dementia patients but no government run dementia centres. Bangalore: India has no cost-effective, government run dementia care centre. Dementia is more common in people over the age of sixty-five. And those suffering from it are either abandoned or sent to old-age homes. This can increase their suffering due to the lack […]

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With bated breath, Rajasthan awaits test kits from China

There have been repeated delay in the supply of test kits from China. With Rajasthan performing well on containing the virus, this delay could prove to be costly. Jaipur : Rajasthan government again sees a delay in the arrival of the first lot of COVID-19 rapid testing kits from China which was to be delivered […]

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A rainbow shall follow the pandemic

IMD predicts ‘normal’ rainfall during the southwest monsoon in India, from June to September. By Jagriti Parakh India Meteorological Department (IMD) announced that India is most likely to have a normal monsoon this year. Quantitatively, they have predicted the monsoon rainfall to be 100 percent of the long period average (LPA), with a model error […]

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