Technology Inceptions: Powerful Robots Helps in Faster Detection of Bridge Defects  |  Teacher Insights: Are you susceptible to persuasion?   |  Science Innovations: Mushrooms to help fight TB  |  Management lessons: How to Create Cool Brands and Stay Cool  |  Health Monitor: Honey Helps Increase Testosterone Levels in Males  |  Parent Interventions: Women Oncologists Skip Scientific Conference to Take Care of Children  |  Career News: Chinmaya University-CPPR Announce MA in Public Policy and Governance Course  |  Parent Interventions: Electrical zap to retrieve memory  |  Science Innovations: Laura Kreidberg: Trying to Spot the First Sign of Life Outside Earth  |  Parent Interventions: Don't Let Children Drink Too Much Juice, Sugar Water With Little Nutrients  |  Technology Inceptions: Low-Cost Tissue Freezing Device to Help In Breast Cancer Treatment  |  Science Innovations: Exomoons May Become Quasi-planets  |  Science Innovations: Blue Tongue Lizard Babies As Clever as Adults  |  Parent Interventions: Quality Sleep for Teen Health   |  Technology Inceptions: MIT Develops Artificial 'Muscles' Based on Fibers  |  
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SmartEduLeadership - Updates for GenNext Leadership

Leadership Instincts

More Academic, Extra-Curricular Engagement Helps College Students Attain Success
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Leadership Instincts
May 28, 2019 Tuesday 05:49:43 IST

More Academic, Extra-Curricular Engagement Helps College Students Attain Success

Students who involve more in academic. research and extra-curricular activities are poised to attain success due to better critical thinking and analysis.

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Leadership Instincts
May 04, 2019 Saturday 12:43:56 IST
More People Will Walk If Areas Around Railway Stations Are Developed

More People Will Walk If Areas Around Railway Stations Are Developed

If areas around railway stations are developed, it will lead to better use of public transport, increase in walking and cycling activities of people, according a research done at RMIT Centre for Urban Research, Australia. The study was conducted in 230 stations across Melbourne and it was found if supermarkets, bicycle storage,

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Leadership Instincts
April 11, 2019 Thursday 11:53:10 IST
Obesity Is Not Only a Stigma But Dehumanising Too

Obesity Is Not Only a Stigma But Dehumanising Too

Obesity is not only a stigma but they are also considered to be less human than thinner people, according to a new research study

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Leadership Instincts
April 06, 2019 Saturday 10:10:44 IST
TV, Gaming Before Bed Has No Impact On  Mental Health of Adolescents

TV, Gaming Before Bed Has No Impact On Mental Health of Adolescents

One or two hours of watching TV or playing Video games was not linked to adverse mental health outcomes in adolescents, according to a new research study.The findings are based on an assessment of 17,000 teenagers and reported in Psychological Science. TV watching or video gaming or spending time online for a few hours before bedtime

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Leadership Instincts
April 05, 2019 Friday 11:42:42 IST
Proximity to National Parks Can Improve Health and Wealth of Children

Proximity to National Parks Can Improve Health and Wealth of Children

Conserving biodiversity is not only good for the environment and sustenance of mankind it can also help children become healthier, educated and wealthier.

Editor’s Note : Thought for the week

To be successful in life what you need is education, not literacy and degrees- Munshi Premchand Quotes

Policy Updates

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International Policy
July 12, 2019 Friday 10:28:21 IST
UNESCO Launching a new Interactive Atlas of Girls and Women's Rights

UNESCO Launching a new Interactive Atlas of Girls and Women's Rights

UNESCO is launching a new Interactive Atlas of girls’ and women’s right to education as part of the Her education our future Initiative. The Atlas is a monitoring and advocacy tool, aiming to enhance public knowledge of the status of national constitutions, legislation and regulations related to girls’ and women’s education rights,

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Policy Indications
July 05, 2019 Friday 09:34:03 IST
Application of Behavioural Economics Helpful for Efficacy of Public Policy

Application of Behavioural Economics Helpful for Efficacy of Public Policy

India's Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that application of behavioural economics can help in improving the efficacy of public policy, programmes

Get your Science and Tech fix

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Technology Inceptions
July 19, 2019 Friday 04:23:05 IST
Powerful Robots Helps in Faster Detection of Bridge Defects

Powerful Robots Helps in Faster Detection of Bridge Defects

A new powerful robot developed by researchers at University of Waterloo helps in faster detection of defects and makes the process reliable by automating it.The new system combines autonomous robots, cameras and lidar – a remote sensing method using lasers — to systematically collect data for defect detection and analysis. “We can do

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Science Innovations
July 19, 2019 Friday 04:13:19 IST
Mushrooms to help fight TB

Mushrooms to help fight TB

In a new study, researchers at American Society for Nutritionshow that sun-exposed oyster mushrooms offer a readily available source of vitamin D that can help tuberculosis patients respond better to anti-TB drugs by improving immune response.TB is becoming more difficult to fight due to the emergence of drug-resistant strains, creating an urge

Best Practices

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Education Information
July 05, 2019 Friday 02:12:44 IST
UGCAP 4th  Allotment List 2019

UGCAP 4th Allotment List 2019

The fourth allotment list of Calicut University Under Graduate Admission Process (UGCAP) 2019 was released on Friday, July 5, 2019.The students who have applied for admission to unger-graduate courses can now visit the official website of the Calicut Unversity - cuonline.ac.in - to check and download the UG CAP 4th allotment list 2019.The sea

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Education Information
July 01, 2019 Monday 01:31:01 IST
India Among Nine Nations Having Lack of Access to Sustainable Cooling: UN

India Among Nine Nations Having Lack of Access to Sustainable Cooling: UN

India is among nine nations that doesn't have access to sustainable cooling technologies even as global warming and climate change is adversely impacting them

Welcome to Rajagiri Round Table Conference

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Round Table July 04, 2019 Thursday 03:36:43 IST
India’s Draft New Education Policy Aims to Reinvent School Education

India’s Draft New Education Policy Aims to Reinvent School Education

India's excellence in education dates back to ancient times when it had set up Nalanda and Takshashila Universities that attracted thousands of foreign students from across the world. Who can ignore the contribution of Sushruta to medicine and surgery,Aryabhatta to astronomy and mathematics or Chanakya to economics and political science? The a