Sunday , 18 November 2018

Kurio City

An exhibition to mark 50 years

NT KURIOCITY To mark its 50 years, Manovikas English Medium School, Margao organised an exhibition which will showcase works till January 24, 2019. The exhibition pays tribute and celebrates the school’s journey and aims to inspire new developments in the field of education. The event began with a welcome speech by Manovikas trustee, Charmaine Barreto followed by a Konkani Melody ... Read More »

Unique Indian drapes

Ninoshka Alvares-Delaney A saree is the most versatile piece of clothing a woman can own. It is difficult to dispute the grace it lends to its wearer. A six or nine-yard piece of unstitched fabric can be draped as a skirt for the day, a dress for evening wear or a pant style suited for the workplace. With endless draping ... Read More »

Tourism Expo inaugurated at Goa Science Centre

NT BUZZ “As a hobby and as a necessity of the modern era, it is important to inculcate the habit of reading to keep yourself updated with day-to-day information,” said chief guest, Uday Anand Shastry, Superintending Archaeologist, Archaeological Survey of India, Goa Circle. He was speaking at the inaugural function of the ‘Tourism Expo’ organised by Goa Science Centre and ... Read More »

The Bard meets Cosplayers at Cosfest Goa

This year’s Shakespeare Festival in Goa, organised by Parvatibai Chowgule College of Arts and Science, Margao, paired with the second Cosfest Goa. Over 300 students participated in both events. The Bard by the Mandovi 2018 – The Shakespeare Festival Goa saw 13 schools and higher secondary institutes participate with over 200 students participating in the nine events over the day. This year’s ... Read More »

This girl packs a punch

RAMANDEEP KAUR | NT KURIOCITY It was in 2013 that fifteen year old Aashreya Naik first developed an interest in boxing after observing her brother practicing the sport. Please like & share: Read More »

Savvy about our environment

The award ceremony of Goa Environmental Film Festival 2018 was held recently. There were two categories: schools and colleges at State level and individual category at National level. NT KURIOCITY spoke to the winners from each category to know more about their short films Please like & share: Read More »

Environment education to the rescue

Environment education in India was made compulsory in formal education in schools through a Supreme Court judgement in 2003. A 2016 UNESCO report titled ‘Education for people and planet’ pushes for education as one of the tools for dealing with the environmental crisis caused by human behaviour. Please like & share: Read More »

Put a ring on it

Dr Kedar Kulkarni Boisterina was visibly agitated as she sat sipping her coffee in the canteen of the Elitemix University. “Can you believe this? My mother is forcing my elder sister, who is hardly 23-years-old to get married? I don’t think I want to marry before I’m 28. Thank God I am still a teenager!” She bawled. Please like & ... Read More »

Making family meals a reality

Maria Fernandes There are many aspects of the family and home environment that are important influences on children’s eating habits and which remain influential in adolescence as well, despite their growing independence and influence of peers. One such aspect is the family meal time. Last week we discussed the benefits of family meals and a few tips on how to ... Read More »

AITD students explore industries in Bengaluru

Corporate Institute Relationship Cell (CIRC) in association with the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Angel Institute of Technology and Design arranged an industrial visit to Bengaluru for students of the department of ECE at Agnel Institute of Technical Design (AITD). A total of 64 students attended the field trip along with five faculty members. Please like & share: Read More »