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Progress High School celebrates golden jubilee

“Emulate the values of great Indian scientists and inspire yourself to serve the country,” said Nandkumar Kamat while addressing students of Progress High School, Valpoi during the ‘Vidnyan Utsav’ organised by the school to mark the school’s golden jubilee celebrations.

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Don Bosco: Lover of Youth

BY CEDRIC SILVEIRA
Today, the Salesians will commemorate the feast of Don Bosco. Presently, the third year in preparation for the bicentenary celebrations of the birth anniversary of Don Bosco is in progress.

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Life beyond academic evaluations

By Maria Fernandes | NT KURIOCITY
School and college days are supposed to be days of joyous abandon, but look around and you will be shocked at the plight of most students. Especially now, with exams round the corner and pressure building, you can see apprehension on many faces.

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Exams – a survival guide

Do exams really matter? The answer to this question is ‘yes’ and ‘no’. Getting good grades does make it easier to get on at school, to get the future study courses you want, and that can lead to a good job in future…BUT…there are other ways of getting the work and life that you want later,

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KOSS 2014 – A Success Story

St Xavier’s College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Mapusa emerged KOSS 2014 champs at the annual event hosted by S S Dempo College of Commerce and Economics, Panaji, at Taleigao Community Hall, Taleigao. 

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The Life in the Photograph

BY REEVA DE SA
You’ve probably heard of the ‘Glory Days.’ It is those times your parents, uncles and aunts talk of when the entire family is down at your grandma’s place.

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Don Bosco host agriculture seminar

“Agriculture is what keeps us alive. We need food to live,” stated Managing Director, Goa Horticulture Corporation Limited, Orlando Rodrigues at ‘Careers in Agriculture, a one-day seminar hosted by Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Panaji.

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My Life as an Army Brat

BY KRISTEN COLACO 
I am an Indian. Although I now live in Goa, I was born in Mumbai. I have the privilege of studying in over five Indian cities.

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