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Research suggests the secret to getting good grades

Parents, take note. If you want your children to score good grades in exams, tell them to quit social media as researchers have found that students whose...

Hindu kids more likely to believe ‘Indian equals Hindu’

Acc. to research from University of California, Berkeley, Hindu children are more likely than their Muslim peers to connect their faith to national identity

Young Indians bag $50,000pa scholarship

Nineteen young students from India have started at the University of Sydney this semester as recipients of a prestigious new scholarship program specially designed for Indian students. These include Madhullikaa Singh from...

Cause and effect thinking: a new skill to teach and learn

A lesson that applies to all students - and parents and all adults - is that of understanding the link between cause and effect. Teaching children the link between action or inaction and the result that follows,...

India to offer 1,000 PhD fellowships to ASEAN students at IITs

 In a unique capacity building initiative, India launched 1,000 PhD fellowships that could be taken up at the IITs, for the students from ASEAN countries. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and Human Resource Development Minister...

Scholarships for students pursuing Data, AI and Cloud Computing courses!

Global learning platform Udacity announced acceptance of applications for 15,000 scholarships in Data, AI, and Cloud-Computing funded by German multinational corporation Bertelsmann.This scholarship programme is part of a three-year commitment between Bertelsmann and Udacity...

Today’s Children, Tomorrow’s Future: Teacher’s Day Special

To mark the occasion of Teacher's Day, we asked a few teachers to tell us what they like best about their job

Science busking – how these women are leading the way

As a high school student not so long ago, Riddhi Gupta remembers being fascinated by her time in the science labs and with scientists in general. “Those early experiences with science stayed on with me,...
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India-Australia: What it’s like living in India for an Aussie expat

Just as the average Indian migrant faces a mixed bag of experiences - some pleasant and some challenging - it’s a tricky affair for Aussie expats living in India as well. We speak to...

The pull of studying abroad for Indian students: Australia preferred choice

The growth in India's middle class and the strong aspiration among India's young to be part of a global workforce have emerged as key drivers for Indian students seeking to study abroad. This will...