Friday , 19 April 2019

Kurio City

Sangameshwar wins poster competition

Student of Government High School, Morpila, Sangameshwar Velip won first place in a poster competition on diarrhoea, importance of ORS, hand washing, and personal hygiene. The competition was organised by the Primary Health Centre, Balli for students of Cuncolim, Balli and Fatorpa schools. Picture caption: Sangameshwar Velip receiving the prize from Tavares in the presence of Sazia Shaikh and Sunita Naik ... Read More »

KV Bambolim Camp holds investiture ceremonies

The investiture ceremony for office bearers of KV Bambolim Camp was conducted for the primary and secondary sections. Office bearers were honoured with a badge and sash. Speaking the occasions principal of the vidyalaya, Abhimanyu Patil administered the oath and read out the charter of duties for the office bearers. He congratulated them and wished them luck for the responsibilities they ... Read More »

IHM Goa participates in blood donation camp

The students and faculty of Institute of Hotel Management, Goa participated in a voluntary blood donation camp. With the help of a blood collection crew from the GMC blood bank a total of 94 donors donated blood. Each donor donated one unit of blood. The necessary arrangements were made to make sure that every donor was fed a nutritious breakfast ... Read More »

A new year at VMSIIHE

VM Salgaocar Institute of International Hospitality Education (VMSIIHE), Raia inducted its fifth batch of students for the academic year 2018-19 at its campus in Raia. This year along with applications from Goa, the college also witnessed admissions from Kolkata, Kerala, Pune and Kolhapur as well as NRI students from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait and Bahrain. Please like & share: Read More »

Steering the public in a scientific direction

Twenty-nine-year-old doctor Priyanka Joshi was listed in British Vogue as one of 25 most influential women working in Britain in 2018, on the Forbes 30 under 30 list in Science and Healthcare Europe 2018, Hind Rattan Award (for the year 2019). Please like & share: Read More »

Woollen textiles of India

Ninoshka Alvares-Delaney We live in a country rich in its arts and crafts that have been inherited from a diverse history and varied culture. India is the only country that still produces traditional hand-woven textiles along with all the natural and organic processes involved. We can boast of embroideries, dyeing, printing and weaving processes that cannot be found anywhere else ... Read More »

Density of materials

Kedar Kulkarni Raju’s class was waiting for science class to begin as they were going to learn about finding the density of objects that float on water, like wood or cork. The teacher entered the classroom and said: “This experiment is slightly different than the previous one. Last time we saw a solid that was sinking in water.” Please like ... Read More »

Learning through experiences with clubs

Students clubs formed as part of extra-curricular activities not only offer opportunities to have new experiences but also act as a platform to showcase talent, share ideas, network and develop leadership skills. NT KURIOCITY spoke to a few students to know about the most popular clubs on their campus, how these clubs help students and if there is a need ... Read More »