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So much more than just a Race

By Mavis RodriguesThere is a sense of nervousness, excitement, joy and thrill in the air. It never gets old. You watch a Formula 1 race and know it’s much more than a race. It’s an adventure that takes place across continents. It’s a competition that involves the highest levels of technology and humans with their intellect, focus, mental strength and …

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Graduation Day of Dhempe College of Arts & Science

The Dhempe College of Arts & Science, Miramar – Panaji celebrated the success of its arts and science students by holding a grand ‘Graduation Day’ function for its fresh graduates of B A and B Sc on its Founder’s Day, June 20. On this occasion present on the dais of the Menezes Braganza Hall, Panaji were the chief guest Nandini …

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Celebrating 52nd year of Dhempe College of Arts & Science

On June 20, 1962, liberated Goa’s first College, the Dhempe College of Arts & Science was founded. To mark the historic day in the educational history of Goa, the college had a commemorative dedication in the college on June 20. The Chairperson of Dempo Group of Companies and Dempo Charities Trust, Shrinivas Dempo, trustee Vishwasrao Dempo, administrator, DCT Sunil Prabhudesai and …

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Now control your home appliances through a phone

By Maria Fernandes | NT KURIOCITY As part of a final year project, Denver Braganza, Chrisel Carvalho, Clayton Sequeira and Lance Trinidade, BCA (Bachelor of Computer Application) students of St Xavier’s College, Mapusa, have developed an app which allows you to control your home appliances thorugh a phone wirelessly. A one-of-a-kind application that is designed to work with specific bluetooth …

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a life changeing internship program

What inspired you to take up an internship at Grameen Bank in Bangladesh?
Nobel laureate, Mohammad Yunus freed 42 villagers from the clutches of exploitative moneylenders by paying a meagre amount of 856 Taka! This act of generosity led Yunus to devise a plan that would change the way the world functions.

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Blooming Bud Students Excel in International Assessment

Eighteen students from Blooming Buds Primary School, Calangute received gold medals and twelve students were awarded state topper certificates after participating in the International Assessments for Indian Schools. 

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to have or not to have

Lisa Noronha, a student of St Xavier’s College, Mapusa is anti-uniform. Her argument is that college goers are independent individuals who would like to make their own decisions.

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keep it cool

Criticism, either negative or positive, is omnipresent in the corporate world of the 21st century.  Anger and criticism are major factors in determining the career growth of an individual. Every individual has a different perspective of looking at these two phenomena.

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First Day at my New School

It is natural for a student to have memories of the first day or last day in school. After a three month long vacation, I was glad to get started with the new academic year would.

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