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MVJ College Of Engineering, Bangalore students Students Invent A Gas Leakage Detector With SMS Alert

Gas leak detection is a process of identifying potentially hazardous gas leaks by means of various sensors. These sensors usually employ an audible alarm to alert people when dangerous gas has been detected along with it gives SMS.

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Celebrating Differences Through Inclusive Books

The Children’s First Contest that was launched by Parag along with Duckbill Books and Vidya Sagar School, Chennai, solicited manuscripts that treated children with special needs as children first—with all the hopes, fears, mischief and fun that comes with being children.

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Enabling Young Fake News Busters

In less than two months, about twenty people have lost their lives across ten states of India because of one viral WhatsApp message that claimed kidnapping gangs were on the prowl who wanted to abduct and harvest the organs of children.

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Encourage Kids To Adopt Environment-Friendly Practices And Cut Plastic Use

In a survey conducted with over 800 Gen Z students, 39 per cent said that citizens are the ones who have the most positive impact on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Value Of Soft Skills In The Labour Market

while it is cliché to say that ‘practice makes perfect’, I think it is more important to note that ‘practice also makes permanent’!

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The Crisis In Agriculture: The Answer Lies Outside

Unless the number of farmers (or area under cultivation devoted to such crops) declines over time, the per capita GDP going to these farmers must decline. At the same time, the subsidy on MSP will increase continuously over time.

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Anti-Money Laundering (ALM) And Know Your Customer (KYC) Creating Jobs In India

Globally many organizations have invested in the ALM and KYC solutions to its customers and have customized solutions offered to bring about a robust and unified process to achieve Centre of excellence.

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Right To Education: Ensuring Education As A Fundamental Right To Its Citizens

The HRD Ministry is set to amend the Act in order to remove the no-detention policy in the coming academic year after multiple committee recommendations from state governments

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Q4 Corporate Scorecard Hints RBI Monetary Policy On Course To Make India Second Largest Economy

The economic revival in India is clearly visible and evident as the Q4 scorecard should suggest demand and profit revival with a neutral repo rate as India Inc seems to be stabilizing and becoming more broad-based

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Delhi Govt To Develop A Policy For School Dropouts

NGOs and Corporate Houses can submit their applications to the Education Department by 28th April

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