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Riona Po awarded for writing skills

Handwriting Olympiad is the only handwriting competition conducted worldwide. The 2014-15 competition was organised for the fifth consecutive year by a renowned institute of handwriting technology.

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Learning through doing

Agricultural activities have seen a sharp decline over the years. It appears that this practice is meant only for the oldies and is slowly dying as the younger folks are shying away from this important activity.

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A farewell with Sayonara and Dev Borem Korum

By Shubhankar Shah It was a hot afternoon in Vasco when we heard that the flight was delayed. But when they arrived, the Japanese strode through the airport, fresh as ever with happy countenances. A glimmer of excitement and wonder shone on their faces.

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Mother Tongue Day Celebrated at KV Bambolim Camp

NT KURIOCITY ‘MatribhashaDiwas’ was celebrated at Kendriya Vidyalaya Bambolim Camp to promote the use of Mother Tongues and to achieve objectives. They include sensitising students about the need of greater use of Mother Tongue and other Indian Languages for development and progress of the Nation, to impart communication skills and proficiency in Mother Tongue and other Indian Languages amongst English-medium …

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MES excels at Republic Day Camp in Delhi

NT Kuriocity Republic day camp is one of the dreams that every NCC cadet dreams about during their tenure in NCC. Not all cadets get this dream realised and only a few lucky ones are given the opportunity. This year eight cadets from Goa were the chosen ones, out of which six were from 1 Goa battalion NCC Panaji. Out …

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Opinion Poll Day at MES College

NT Kuriocity “We were successful in preserving our cultural identity because we won the Opinion Poll,” Fr Mouzinho Ataide The Opinion Poll day remembrance programme was organised by department of Konkani of M E S College of Arts and Commerce on January16. Fr Mouzinho Ataide was the chief guest and commemorated the day by lighting the traditional lamp. Fr Ataide …

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School students shine in competitions at BITS Quark ‘15

Sushrut Hawaldar, a standard X student, has won first place in the Line Following Competition held recently as part of BITS Quark 2015 at Vasco. The competition had a total of 22 teams, primarily comprising of engineering students from various colleges. On winning Sushrut said “I have been participating in line following competition since the last 3 years and worked …

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India and world science… Are we there?

BY REBECCA DINIZ Science has made us God, even before we are worthy of becoming men. Villages are developed into cities and cities are expanding to greater horizons. This expansion has occurred through the expansion of science and technology.  Today whatever happens from the beginning till the end of the day is all science. Our imagination has opened a new …

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