Tuesday , 13 November 2018
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Let hard work and success speak for you

Kimberly Dias Hello Kimberly,  This has been our first week back at school. Most of my friends are in the other division and I feel so lost without them. I have a few friends in this class but I don’t consider them as close as the others. I don’t feel like going to school sometimes because of this. I fear ... Read More »

MES College wins Colossus 7.0

NT KURIOCITY Department of Computer Applications, Don Bosco College, Panaji organised Colossus 7.0, an inter-collegiate IT festival. The event had competitions like code designing, debate, treasure hunt, web designing, quiz, poster making, and photo meme and stress interview. Chief guest of the event was proprietor of Sapna Technology, Nilesh Naik who briefed the students on the importance of professionalism. He ... Read More »

Caculo College organises two-day photography workshop

NT KURIOCITY College Scapes 2018, a two-day State level photography workshop was organised by SV Sridora Caculo College of Commerce and Management Studies, Mapusa for the third successive year. Thirty-seven students from colleges across Goa attended the workshop. Chief guest for the event was Antonio Pacheco. The formal inauguration was followed by two pre-lunch sessions on the topic ‘Portraiture and ... Read More »

Stay comfortably chic this monsoon

Ninoshka Alvares-Delaney When I think of monsoons in Goa, I get a warm and fuzzy feeling as I reminisce about the smell of wet earth during the first rains, the pitter-patter of raindrops against the tiled rooftops, the cleansing of the dusty leaves on the trees and a general feeling of rejuvenation. Rain can be fun in so many ways ... Read More »

Go vegan, save lives

As we observe World Oceans Day today let’s have a look at how we are pleasing our taste buds at the cost of someone else’s death. NT BUZZ finds out about PETA’s (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) initiative to protect the aquatic species by encouraging people to become vegans and more Sheras Fernandes | NT BUZZ Goan cuisine ... Read More »

Meet Goa’s youngest motocross champion – Abhimanyu Bose

Eight-year-old, Abhimanyu Bose from Vasco stood third in Godspeed Juniors Invitational Supercross 2018 that was held at the AB Motorpark in Sancoale. It was a one-of-a-kind event where children between the age group of 6 and 13 years took part. NT KURIOCITY speaks to the little rider to know more NT KURIOCITY Since the age of three, Abhimanyu Bose had a very good ... Read More »

Bullying the teenager

Dr Kedar Padte Bullying still continues in schools, colleges and work places. In some places it’s a joke and in other places it is serious and ranges from physical and mental tortures to suicides and homicides.   Here is an episode to remember. “Write my thesis and after the corrections you will have to type it,” said Aroganto to Timidita. ... Read More »

MSW students of DBC camp in Morpirla

NT KURIOCITY Department of Social Work, Don Bosco College, Panaji, organised a ten-day residential rural camp for first year students of MSW at Morpila. The camp was inaugurated by sarpanch, Prakash Velip. Also present were panch members and senior villagers. Students undertook socio-economic, education, sanitation, health, water and livelihood status survey in the village through structured interviews. They also generated ... Read More »

Parvatibai Chowgule College wins Psychorocks 2018

NT KURIOCITY Department of psychology of PES RSNs College of Arts and Science conducted a one-day intercollegiate event ‘Psychorocks 2018’. The event was attended by students of Government College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Khandola; Parvatibai Chowgule College of Arts and Science; Carmel College for Women and MES College of Arts and Commerce. The different competitions organised were Psyching (psychology ... Read More »

Majja – A children’s festival of learning and fun

NT KURIOCITY More than 150 children participated in the children’s festival – ‘Majja’ organised by Abhinav Creationz which saw children learning poetry, art, craft, drawing, science and history in an innovative manner. Majja was organised in association with Shri Ravalnath Prasadik Natya Mandal, Nagueshi. “The intention of the festival was to lessen the burden of children and engaged them in ... Read More »