Anu Kuruvilla

The money-minting game in Kochi's pre-schools

The pre-school market in Kochi is huge and will see a rapid growth in the coming years, said a study report.

10 Aug 2018

An invention to fight disasters

The HackForTomorrow, Hackathon event that was held as part of the Excel-2018 fest of the Govt Model Engineering College saw a lot of youngsters taking part and vying with each other by developing inno

09 Aug 2018

Now a trade union for Sextons in Kerala; maybe first in the world!

If one thought the Church would stay clear of the clutches of trade unionism in the state, which has seen its good and bad impacts, think again.

08 Aug 2018

State government comes to the rescue of SSA teachers

The Centre’s move to drastically cut funds allocated for the Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) projects in the state has dealt a huge blow to the project’s proper implementation.

02 Aug 2018

Eyeing success in underwater drones

IROV Technologies Pvt Ltd aims to create smart and portable underwater drones for surveillance, search and rescue.

01 Aug 2018

Users give Railways’  UTS on mobile application the green signal

The ‘UTS on mobile’ app unveiled by the Railways to encourage digital payments has now started to evince a good response after encountering starting problems.  

30 Jul 2018

Creating beautiful, happy abodes

Interior designing is the art of decorating a room so that it is attractive, easy to use and functions well with the existing architecture.

30 Jul 2018

A ‘used-clothes’ swap shop for the poor

What is an example of an idea which stemmed from another initiative? Answer: The swap shop set up by the National Service Scheme (NSS) unit  of the East Marady Government Vocational Higher Secondary School which allows people from financially-backward families to choose from a collection of donated clothes.

28 Jul 2018

Kalamandalam Calcutta golden jubilee with over 1,600 students

The dance school, founded by the late Govindan Kutty and wife Thankamani Kutty in 1968, has over 1,600 students

24 Jul 2018

Lakshadweep kids bag gold medal in Malaysian exhibition

The students took part in the project competition organised by the National Children’s Science Congress in the island-level.

23 Jul 2018

When degrees hardly guarantee success

While 30,719 engineering graduates were seeking work in 2016, the latest figures released show it has touched 35,541 in 2017.

22 Jul 2018

When ‘others’ gobble up the festival share

In the run-up to Onam, the city is seeing a surge in fairs and exhibitions. These fairs or expos sell everything from electronic goods to clothes.

21 Jul 2018

An app that can update you about all government schemes

The app provides the list of schemes the user is eligible for and gives details and processes of each one.

18 Jul 2018

On the right path to a successful career and life

An edu-tech startup, vLEAD helps students choose a career based on their aptitude.

17 Jul 2018

Bindu Joy’s magical hands finds beauty in scrap

The magic is none other than the art of decoupage, derived from the French word ‘decouper’ meaning to cut out or cut from something.

16 Jul 2018

Asian Games 2018