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Young victims of cyberbullying twice as likely to attempt suicide and self-harm, study finds

Children and young people under-25 who become victims of cyberbullying are more than twice as likely to enact self-harm and attempt suicide than non-victims. And the perpetrators of cyberbullying are also more likely to experience suicidal thoughts and behaviours, researchers say. The study, which is a collaboration of a number of researchers from across the UK, including the University of …

The Festival of Education, Jaipur: Taking Education to centre stage

In a truly inspirational benchmark of celebrating the power of education and bringing education narrative  into public and governance discourse , Rajasthan led the way by staging the first ever Festival of Education in India at Jaipur Exhibition and Convention Centre, Jaipur over two days on August 5-6.   The festival held in partnership with Dubai-based GEMS Education (esb 1959, …

Chemistry is in every one, & in everything that we do: Dr. A. Ajayaghosh, Director, NIIST

If relationships are strong, then it is considered that the chemistry between two people is working.  Chemistry is in everything that we do.  It is in each one of us. There is no Life Science without Chemistry. Everybody is made of chemicals. Chemical reactions occur when we breathe, eat, sleep. It is in the food we eat, clothes we wear, …

SPOTLIGHT: “How summer schools can give children an inside edge”

Summer holidays at school have thrown open a vast array of opportunities for “Summer Schools”. In an overly competitive international environment, these courses have gained popularity world-wide offering innovative academic and non-academic courses that span a variety of fields and interests says Vanita Uppal OBE, Director,The British School, Delhi Students experience student life on campus, explore and develop leadership and communication …

EXAM SEASON SPECIAL:Taming the ‘killer’ stress

In the past few years, psychological as well physiological disorders linked to increased Mental Stress levels in the run up (preparation) to exams and during the  exam periods, has emerged as one of the biggest health problems among school going students especially teenagers. Till the time our education system which is more of an examination system, makes systemic corrections, we …

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