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Behind the lens

NT KURIOCITY CollegeScapes 2019, a two-day state level photography workshop was organised by SV Sridora Caculo College of Commerce and Management Studies, Khorlim, Mapusa for the fourth successive year. 57 students from colleges across Goa (including the host college) attended the workshop. The workshop was held in association with Nikon India Private Limited. The chief guest of the inaugural function ... Read More »

Montessori Primary School celebrates 40 years

NT KURIOCITY To celebrate its 40th anniversary, Montessori Primary School, Goa Velha organised Cultural Fiesta in collaboration with the Department of Art and Culture. The chief guest for the function was Minister for Health, Vishwajit Rane who released a souvenir to mark the occasion. Also present was MLA of Canacona Constituency, Isidore Fernandes. In her speech, headmistress Marianinha D’souza said ... Read More »

AKA Hyderabad holds seminar in Panaji

NT KURIOCITY The Aga Khan Academy (AKA) Hyderabad introduced the school at a seminar in Vivanta Panaji recently. It was attended by parents and children from all over Goa. The school is part of the global social development arm of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) and is one of six agencies in India. Established in 2011, the academy is ... Read More »

Fashion for all ages

NINOSHKA ALVARES – DELANEY There are certain societal rules as to what one can wear at a certain age. But there are no rules to style. Style is ageless. And it’s your personal style that will set you apart from everyone else. Being well-dressed is a lifelong learning curve as our dressing keeps evolving. Understand your core style – is ... Read More »

Quintessential dance art

An international dance artist from Portugal, Chantelle Gomez has dedicated her life to dance since moving to India in 2008, to train intensely in odissi. Her other dance passions include mystical Persian dance and tribal fusion belly dance. In the next Navhind Times workshop, she will be sharing her knowledge of these dance forms with participants through practical sessions. Slated ... Read More »

Exams are not the end of the world

Maria Fernandes | NT KURIOCITY All students are wary of exams. Stress levels start increasing as soon as exams begin to loom large over their heads. The closer the exams get; especially final exams; Please like & share: Read More »

Voices in harmony

CHRISTINE MACHADO | NT KURIOCITY Charlie Watson began singing in the church choir when he was 8-years-old. Today, about a month short of his 18th birthday, Watson still enjoys singing as part of ‘The King’s Barbers’ choir, a boys’ a cappella group from the school King’s Ely, UK. Please like & share: Read More »

Art with a difference

The artworks of 14 differently-abled artists who paint with mouth and foot will be displayed at an exhibition titled ‘Art beyond belief’ on February 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bambolim Beach Resort. Please like & share: Read More »

Two themed banquets held at VMSIIHE

As a part of the food and beverage service curriculum the first year students of VM Salgaocar Institute of International Hospitality Education (VMSIIHE) conducted two themed banquets. Please like & share: Read More »

UK’s new fellowship package on artifical intelligence courses open to Indian students

Indian students and experts will be able to apply for fellowships and places on post-graduate courses in Artificial Intelligence from later this year as part of a major government-industry package to meet skills gaps in this growing sector. Please like & share: Read More »