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Becoming skill-wise

While students participate in college and school events, they also get to showcase their talents on larger platform through youth festivals across the state. NT KURIOCITY spoke to a few youngsters to know what they think about these festivals

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How to launder your clothes so they last

Ninoshka Alvares-Delaney I’m sure you’ve experienced clothes getting worn out, fading or losing its shape over time. How fast clothes wear out largely depends on how they are cared for. Every item of clothing requires different kind of wash care and caring for clothes is often overlooked.

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Dhempe College organises food fest and entrepreneurship exhibition

Departments of philosophy and economics, Dhempe College of Arts and Science organised a food fest and entrepreneurship exhibition on the college campus. The food fest was inaugurated by principal, Vrinda Borker. Students put up food stalls that items like chocolates, serra dura, brownies, gulab jamun, pickles, chicken frankies, etc. The alumni of the college also had a stall with chocolate …

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UPS and invertors

Kedar Kulkarni “I have understood that a stabiliser provides stable input voltage to appliances connected to it. What does a UPS do? We have a UPS connected to every computer in our computer lab. What is an inverter? There is an inverter in Rahul’s house. He says that some lights and fans work at home even if there is a …

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Science in the spotlight

NT BUZZ The Science Film Festival of India is set to embark on its 4th edition from January 16 to 19 at the ESG complex, Panaji. The festival is organised by Vidnyan Parishad in association with Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of Goa, National Institute of Oceanography, Entertainment Society of Goa and Vidyan Prasar. In the run up to …

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GHS Morpirla Schools educational tour to Kerala

NT KURIOCITY Students and teachers of Government High School Morpirla went on an educational tour to Kerala. On the first day they visited Marine Drive, Kochi. They later took a ferry to Fort Kochi and visited Dutch Palace which features murals depicting portraits and exhibits of the rajas of Kochi and the Jeevamatha Church which is one of the oldest …

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Twilight Symphony held at Chubby Cheeks

NT KURIOCITY Chubby Cheeks Spring Valley High School, Pilerne held its annual gathering ‘Twilight Symphony 2018’. Chief guest for the evening was (IAS), secretary of Education, Nila Mohanan. Students staged dances depicting Indian culture. David Furtado Dance Academy trained students to showcase their dancing ability in the form of a fusion dance. School’s Annual report was presented by acting headmistress, …

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