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Vishnupriya

Candidates and their parents have expressed their concern on regarding the holding of the JEE main exam amid the pandemic. The JEE main exam is scheduled to be held between September 1 and 6 at various centres across the country. This is an urgent appeal by NEET and JEE aspirants to postpone the examinations to […]

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Tsuruhu, a remote village in Nagaland, has found a unique solution to tackle the lack of internet connectivity. The children of the village had no smartphones or access to the internet, which when Tsuruhu Baptist Church pastor Shikavi Awomi joined forces with the local student’s union and created a small camp on a lone hilltop- the only place with the internet in the entire village.

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Shamita Harsh

Meet 9-year-old Nazima from Leh.A unique fourth-grader from Turtuk Preparatory School who overcame the digital divide with her love for the phone and camera.

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Kunwar Hari Om

In this episode, Puc creator Kunwar Hari om, talk about how online classes are becoming problem for students living in rural areas because iof slow internet connection. The education sector is suffering due to the ongoing lockdown. As ordered by the Government, schools, and colleges have started online classes. The biggest question was how will […]

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Staff @Pluc

Public health officials have been urging people to prepare and not panic about the new coronavirus which has migrated to at least 47 countries and has resulted in nearly 3,000 global fatalities. Here's are the do's and dont's to protect yourself

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Era

Are you tired of your 9-5 job? Are you tired of your lifestyle? Have you thought about trying the freelance life? Have you wondered if there is another way?  Actually there is. It’s called the Gig Economy! Watch as Era Tangar shares what her transition to the gig life was, her insights into the freelance […]

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Swetlana

Students of National Law University, Odisha, have commenced an indefinite strike against the various issues that concern the University. Girls’ hostels are flooded with water, ninety girls of the college are living in deplorable conditions of the hostel.  Widespread skin infections, rashes from fungi and mold-infested bedding and furniture and pulmonary hazards are common. So […]

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Siya Bhatia

Education is critical for survival. Especially when young people decide to speak about it.  Education under the Modi regime was a complicated affair. Despite the introduction of a number of schemes and policies in the education sector, implementation remains an area of concern. During our travels, we spoke to young students in Patna, Varanasi, and Prayagraj – […]

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Siya Bhatia

Women students at Banaras Hindu University (Varanasi) have been fighting for equality for a very long time. In 2017 their protests made it to mainstream media. But the fight is far from over. Imagine not having the power to choose what you eat, when you come back or even your own safety. Will this change […]

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Tamseel Hussain

The PLPA of 1900 provides legal protection to forests and trees on the community, municipal and private lands. With the Haryana PLPA amendment, environmentalists fear that much of the Aravalli hills will open up for mining and construction. We interacted with a few students about the importance of Aravalli hills, climate change and pollution and […]

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Asheesh Patel

We spoke to a few students of the Allahabad University to know what has changed, regarding the education system in the last 5 years of Modi reign. The students didn’t see any major change in the education system and they want it to improve.

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Swetlana

With Indian Elections around the corner, Delhi University students use graffiti to express themselves and it changes according to the country’s political and social discourse. They also drew the graffiti to counter increasing moral policing in the campuses

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