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Rs Tales for children

Zerodha, India’s leading technology driven online discount brokerage firm launched a special initiative for children – a set of five story books called ‘Rupee Tales’ which attempts to familiarise children above 7 years of age to basic financial concepts. The book authored by Karthik Rangappa, has story telling with vibrant illustrations as a medium to convey these concepts Please like ... Read More »

Big B skips date with the Queen

This Monday, Queen Elizabeth II will host the UK-India Year of Culture launch at the Buckingham Palace in the presence of high profile guests from both countries. Amitabh Bachchan had been extended a special invitation by the Queen and Prince Philip, the Duke Of Edinburgh, but the Bollywood superstar will be giving it a miss. Please like & share: Read More »

Nail-biting in children

Maria Fernandes   Svetlana bites her nails but then so do many children. However the difference here is Svetlana is no child but a 28-year-old who still bites her nails. There are many like her who even as grown-ups haven’t been able to break the habit although they have been struggling for years to do so. Please like & share: Read More »

BBA: Preparing future managers

With fierce competition in the job arena, choosing the right course after standard 12 is the first step towards ensuring a stable job and career. Every new trend in the job market encourages institutes of learning to introduce a course to fill up the skill gap. BBA is one such course that churns out industry-ready graduates and is gaining momentum ... Read More »

Don’t push quiet children

Maria Fernandes “On the first day of my son’s nursery school, the teacher was trying to get the children to warm up and play an introduction game,” says Suzanna (name changed). “All the children were shouting and generally making noise but my son was sitting quietly and when the teacher realised my son wasn’t talking, she tried to get him ... Read More »

Guardians of the Indian Skies

Manu Anand   “Two stars on the shoulder are better (and brighter) than a thousand in the sky” is a saying that is uttered very commonly in the Indian Air Force. The compassion for doing something for the motherland is a dream for many. The feeling of serving the motherland creates a unique passion in them and makes them do ... Read More »

Red Ribbon Club inaugurated at Goa Multi-Faculty College

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Goa Multi-Faculty College, Dharbandora inaugurated its Red Ribbon Club at the hands of chief guest and MLA, Ganesh Gaonkar. Present at the inaugural were dignitaries from Goa State AIDS Control Society and Health Centre, Please like & share: Read More »

St Xavier’s College holds enlightening seminar on sustainable biotechnology

Department of biotechnology, St Xavier’s College, Mapusa organised a two-day national seminar on ‘Advances in Sustainable Biotechnology’. Topics covered included sustainable energy, genetic engineering, environment protection, sustainable agriculture, biotechnology in the cryosphere and entrepreneurship.  Please like & share: Read More »

Sidney and Bernard win laurels for VMSCL

Students of V M Salgaocar College of Law (VMSCL), Sidney Cardozo and Bernard Fernandez represented the college at the 12th edition of ICC International Negotiation Competition and were adjudged the second best team in the tournament. Please like & share: Read More »

Special NSS Camp held by Damodar College

Shree Damodar College of Commerce and Economics held a six-day NSS Special Camp at Shree Shantadurga Chamundeshwari temple, Quepem. The camp was attended by 62 NSS volunteers along with NSS coordinator BP Sarath Chandran and programme officers Vishal Chari, Preksha Chopdekar, Krishnakumar Bandolkar and Frazer Taylor. Please like & share: Read More »

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