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  • Jul 09 2019

    There have been many attempts to encourage people to dispose of their waste properly, but this is a truly unconventional initiative that has never been attempted before!Akshar Forum in Assam is unique for many reasons. With the aim of training students to ‘earn a livelihood by being responsible to the government’, this school empowers students to explore their own creativity and set their own limits. Akshar Forum's newest initiative was, as vice-president Mr. Priyongsu Borthakur says...

  • Jul 09 2019

    Armstrong Pame, popularly known as Manipur's Miracle Man for raising funds to built the Peoples' Road that connects Manipur & Nagaland, is giving chosen students a unique opportunity to meet him for dinner every Friday. The students get to observe the workings of the District Administration and express their desires and wishes for the future of the state. The students are to be chosen a rotation basis so that everybody is given a fair opportunity. Manipur's Iron man is well loved and thi...

  • Jul 08 2019

    National Space Society (NSS) conducts an annual competition in collaboration with the NASA Ames Research Centre which invites students from around the world to come up with design ideas for future orbital space settlements.Two students from Delhi, Shashwat Goel and Ankita Phulia (Delhi Public School) won the competition this year with their design to house people underwater. Their student mentor, Aditya Sengupta, came up with the idea of drawing similarities between space and the oceans. Togethe...

  • Jul 08 2019

    Arunima R. Nair, a volunteer for the National Service Scheme found herself in times of trouble when she lost her father but her friends were close by to help. 12,000 students of St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School, Pattom (in Trivandrum, Kerala) put in a their hardwork when they saw Arunima in need of help. They encouraged their peers to collect 50 kg of newspapers and magazines each to sell them and raise funds. They started making soaps and lotions to sell from school and strung lose fl...

  • Jul 07 2019

    The mother of a 10th grader who scored 60% at the board exams shared the story of her son's results proudly. Amongst parents sharing their children's conventionally high score, this post stood out and became popular within no time. The mother, Vandana Katoch, a resident of Delhi said in her post that she had seen her son work extremely hard and push himself to do well. This is why she felt proud of his marks. Many other parents took to Social Media to agree with this particular post. They sai...