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Make quality friends

Kimberly Dias You don’t need to be rich, smart, beautiful or perfect. All you need to do is show that you care. And if you think you are too small to make a difference, try spending the night with a mosquito in a closed room.  Please like & share: Read More »

Setting an appropriate curfew

Maria Fernandes As a parent it is important to keep a check on your teen’s habits and routines, however it’s also necessary to make sure you don’t behave like a tyrant and rule with an iron fist over their lives. The stricter you are with your teenaged children, the more they will retaliate. They will first question you about your ... Read More »

27th Foundation Day held at Sridora Caculo College

“Every learner has to learn to celebrate failure in order to succeed,” said Prabhakar Timble while speaking at the 27th Foundation Day celebrations of Sridora Caculo College of Commerce and Management Studies. Present at the function were former principal of Government College Quepem, Prabhakar Timble; principal of the college, Santosh Patkar; former director of education, Bhaskar Nayak and D M ... Read More »

Interactive session held at DBCE

The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Cell, in association with the computer engineering department of Don Bosco College of Engineering was inaugurated. Please like & share: Read More »

Goa Chapter of WIRC – ICSI organised a one-day workshop on ‘GST’

The Goa chapter of Western India Regional Council (WIRC)–Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) took an initiative to provide a platform for fruitful insights and with the novel idea of updating the members, students and all others on a very important topic and today’s buzz word in India which is “GST” (Goods and Services Tax), organised a full day ... Read More »

MES College observes Bastille Day

Bastille Day of French National Day was celebrated by inaugurating the Sociology Study Circle by the department of sociology, MES College of Arts and Commerce, Zuarinagar. Please like & share: Read More »

A musical evening to support special children

With an aim of creating  awareness about special children who are talented, need to be treated with respect and given equal opportunities in society, Wings of Hope; an NGO that empowers children who are intellectually and physically challenged successfully organised a musical evening on July 28 at Kala Academy, Goa. Please like & share: Read More »

Van Mahotsav celebrated at KSS school

The Junior Chamber International (JCI) Dabolim celebrated Van Mahotsav at Keshav Smruti School at Alto Dabolim by planting various saplings provided by the forest department in and around the vicinity of the school. Please like & share: Read More »

Tough love: It’s hard, but work

Maria Fernandes Parents of teenagers have numerous worries and complaints. A common complaint is that their child does not follow house rules and when they try to issue appropriate consequences, the child does not even follow those. Please like & share: Read More »

An academic year of change

Academic changes always cause anxiety amongst students and it is normal as it takes time to accept any kind of change. And it is equally challenging for educationists to adapt to new situations. NT KURIOCITY finds out about the changes for academic year 2017-18 and more Please like & share: Read More »