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PCCE students visit ACREX 2017

ISHRAE student chapter of the department of mechanical engineering, Padre Conceicao College of Engineering organised a three-day study visit to the International Technical event, ACREX (Air conditioning and Refrigeration Expo) at India Expo Mart Limited, Greater Noida. Please like & share: Read More »

Mapping the Earth’s magnetic crust

Earth is surrounded by a huge cocoon that protects us from the dangerous cosmic radiation and particles that bombard our planet. Without it, life as we know it would not exist, yet it is totally invisible! This cocoon is a magnetic field. Please like & share: Read More »

Spreading the joy of reading

There are a few individuals and organisations who are trying their utmost best to inculcate a habit of reading in children. Ahead of the International Children’s Book day on April 2, NT BUZZ speaks to some of these people and tries to gauge the affinity for books among the younger Goan population Please like & share: Read More »

Chowgule College and Nirmala Institute win Geofest

Geofest 2017 a one-day State Level Intercollegiate Event was organised by the department of geography, St Xavier’s College to explore, motivate and enhance geographical skills among students and provide opportunities for interaction. The objective of the event was to create awareness on environmental issues through various competitions like debate, quiz, seminar presentation and rangoli. Please like & share: Read More »

ESG revives Cinephile Film Club

ESG’s Cinephile Film Club will formally open on April 6 with screening of the award-winning Hindi movie, ‘Masaan.’ Every Thursday members of the Club will get a chance to watch the best of world cinema and more Please like & share: Read More »

Carmel College celebrated International Women’s Day

Women’s Cell of Carmel College celebrated International Women’s Day with various activities. A feminist monologue was performed by Runa Menezes and manager, CIBA, Verna, Tushar Sawant conducted a session on the various government schemes available for young entrepreneurs. Please like & share: Read More »

Get on stage with Planet J

  Maria Fernandes|NT Kuriocity The fear of public speaking, also known as glossophobia, tops the list as one of the most common phobias in the world. Across the globe, millions of people are frightened to step on stage and talk in front of a group. Characterised by sweating, dizziness and even horror this fear cripples many children and adults alike. ... Read More »

Government College Quepem observes National Science Day

NSS unit of Government College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Quepem in association with Primary Health Centre, Quepem and Lions Club of Alem de Margao organised various activities as part of National Science Day celebrations. Please like & share: Read More »

Friendship and unrequited love 

Kimberly dias   Dear Teens and Young Adults, Hope April Fool’s Day doesn’t leave you getting pranked too badly. Life sure is full of surprises! Not all surprises are pleasant, Please like & share: Read More »

Learning amidst the verdant vineyards of Nashik

Tanya Saigal With the summer heat picking up in the sunny state of Goa, the thought of heading to cooler climates amidst rows and rows of unending vineyards in Nashik was a welcome relief. The fact that it was a study tour was even more exciting. Please like & share: Read More »

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