Thursday , 23 March 2017

Kurio City

Mahendra Kudchadkar delivers lecture at Mushtifund HS

Mushtifund High School, Cujira organised a lecture on the topic ‘Lifestyle Disorders in Orthopaedics’. Resource person for the same was consultant orthopaedic surgeon, Mahendra Kudchadkar. Please like & share: Read More »

Fashioning ‘iconique’ menswear

  SHERAS FERNANDES | NT Kuriocity The India Beach Fashion Week (IBFW) has been on a steep ascent in terms of mesmerising the audience with the experiences it’s got in store. Please like & share: Read More »

Rosary College emerge champions at Arena 2017

Rosary College of Commerce and Arts, Navelim emerged champions at the inter-collegiate event Arena 2017 that was organised by St Xavier’s College, Mapusa. A total of 14 students from the departments of BCom and BBA participated in the same. Please like & share: Read More »

GST: A step to end multiplicity of taxes in India

Bhasker A Bhandare We all are aware that since India is a large country the constitution of India empowered the Central Government to levy excise duty on manufacturing and service tax on the supply of services. Further, Please like & share: Read More »

Empowering youth at Don Bosco School

“Education is not a just a life saver but a life changer,” said general councillor, Youth Ministry, Salesians of Don Bosco International Headquarters, Rome, Fr Fabio Attard whilst he was addressing staff members of Don Bosco school, higher secondary and college, Goa. Please like & share: Read More »

Cultivate empathy in children

Maria Fernandes Empathy or the ability to understand another person’s emotions is a critical life skill. It is one of those qualities that almost everyone wants but only few know how to truly give or receive. In our fast-paced world where self-gratification is the order of the day, empathy is in short supply but high on demand. Teaching children this ... Read More »

Maria Victor: Making it happen

Young and vivacious, Maria Victor is a qualified management accountant from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, UK and founder of Make it Happen, an organisation that curates and develops cultural themed tours across India. In a chat with NT Kuriocity, the young entrepreneur speaks about her love for travel, heritage tours, hidden treasures of Goa and a career as ... Read More »

Do not force-feed your child

Maria Fernandes “Can you believe today I made Rohan’s favourite dish, Palak chicken and he refused to eat it? He kept saying it smells weird and tastes yuck. In fact this is the second time in the week he has done this,” says a mother. Another says: “I spend so much time planning and cooking healthy and nutritious food for ... Read More »

Get paid to watch sports

Manu Anand Sports journalism is an essential element of many news media organisations. Sports coverage has grown in importance as sport has grown in wealth, power and influence. As sports and sportsmen become more professional, pursuing a career in sports journalism might just be the right option as a career. What do they do: Today, a career in sports is ... Read More »

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