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VVM College conducts workshop on Sepaktakraw Game

With the aim of spreading awareness about the game of Sepaktakraw among physical education teachers of schools and college, the department of physical education and sport of Swami Vivekanand Vidyaprasarak Mandal’s College of Commerce, Please like & share: Read More »

Gym and sexuality

Dr Kedar Padte When my neighbours’ son Andro who was 16-years-old had a queer question, my mind was in for a spin. Please like & share: Read More »

Damodar HSS toppers revealed

Students of Shree Damodar Higher Secondary School of Science, Margao performed well in March 2018 HSSCE examination. Please like & share: Read More »

Discovering your child’s hidden talents

Maria Fernandes Every child has a talent or talents. Sometimes the talents are obvious and sometimes they are hidden, waiting to be discovered and polished. It is important to identify these hidden talents at an early age as this gives the child something to be proud of, something she can identify with, and something she can offer the world, all ... Read More »

How to get even skin

Roanna Silveira The key to a good foundation is knowing what the reasoning behind foundation is – to get even skin. Foundation is not for concealing every imperfection,  that’s what concealer is for. Please like & share: Read More »

St Xavier’s College organises National workshop on Bioinformatics

To provide an opportunity to explore bioinformatics, a rapidly developing interdisciplinary science which uses computer science, mathematics and engineering to analyse and interpret biological information, St Xavier’s College, Mapusa hosted a two-day workshop with hands-on training. The programme was jointly organised by the Departments of Biotechnology, Computer Science and Microbiology. Please like & share: Read More »

Summers can be fun too

The summer holidays have begun and after the stress and toils of the exams and the whole academic year, it is now time for students to relax and have some fun. Most have planned their itinerary for the holidays and those who haven’t; there are loads of different activities that are on offer. From summer camps to outstation trips, students ... Read More »

Let your passion guide your way

Keri based Priya Dalvi, a GEC, Farmagudi graduate who is currently working with a software company in Pune launched her first book ‘What about Passion?’ a non-fiction book featuring stories of 12 young engineers who took up creative/non-engineering careers. Eleven of these stories are about graduates of GEC. NT KURIOCITY finds out more RAMANDEEP KAUR | NT KURIOCITY With the ... Read More »

Break away from your insecurities

KIMBERLY DIAS Hi Kimberly, I want to know how to interact with my classmates in a way that causes me less stress and effort. I don’t want to upset them or displease them in any way. How do I treat my classmates with kindness and respect so that it eliminates gossip and ill feelings from them towards me? I fear ... Read More »