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Road safety and teenagers

Maria Fernandes Speed thrills but can also kill, hence it is important to teach your tee ager the importance of driving carefully and responsibly from a young age. Today, parents giving their children cars and bikes is very common. In some cases the child is not yet eighteen but drives and rides without a legal licence. What is surprising though …

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Dempo College and Govt IT dept hold workshop on Green Goa

NT KURIOCITY S S Dempo College of Commerce in collaboration with the department of IT, Government of Goa initiated the Green Goa workshop using a Global Positioning System app called EpiCollect. The aim of the workshop was to use information technology for a social and environmental cause. The resource person for the same was assistant director, directorate of higher education, …

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Tech Trendz organises talk on Microsoft Technologies

NT KURIOCITY Tech Trendz, the technology club of VVM’s Shree Damodar College of Commerce and Economics organised a Tech Talk session on Microsoft Technologies in association with Microsoft Developer Community. Resource person for the session was leader of Microsoft Developer Community, Goa, Vibhav Patil. Fifty students along with faculty members attended the session. The session aimed at providing students with …

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VP of Penha de Franca to felicitate meritorious students

NT KURIOCITY The village panchayat of Penha de Franca invites applications from candidates who have secured above 60 per cent in the SSCE and HSSC Goa Board and Central Board Examination for the academic year 2017-18. The cash prizes of `2000, `1500 and `1000 will be awarded to the first, second and third highest students in SSC and HSSC in …

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St Joseph’s Institute Ranked 1 amongst top 10 schools of Goa

NT KURIOCITY St Joseph’s Institute, Vasco has been ranked first amongst the top ten schools of Goa at the SSC Examination this year. To celebrate the achievement the school management committee and the PTA of Chowgule Education Society’s St Joseph’s Institute, Vasco felicitated its students, teachers and principal. The ceremony was conducted in the presence of the chief guest and …

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PTA meet held at Our Lady of Merces HS

NT KURIOCITY Our Lady of Merces High School, Merces held its annual PTA meeting. The meeting began with principal, Fr Remedious Britto Furtado, headmaster John Fernandes and other members lighting the traditional lamp. A motivational dance ‘Go light your world’ was presented by students after which teacher Sharmila said a prayer. In his speech principal, Fr Remedious Britto Furtado highlighted …

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Get rid of uncommon stains

Ninoshka Alvares-Delaney After an overwhelming response to my last article on how to remove stains, I thought of mentioning a few more stains that are not as common, but as onerous nonetheless. It turns out that I’m not the only person who broods over stained clothes. A stain on your favourite shirt can be quite disconcerting. Before I begin, I …

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Meet Goa’s young game designer

Star of the week RAMANDEEP KAUR | NT KURIOCITY Panaji-based Neelay Kamat, a class 8 student from Mushtifund High School has been programming and making complex games on Scratch for the last two years.  Scratch is a visual programming language for making games and videos. Right from his early childhood, Neelay was fascinated with computers. After observing his parents working …

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Even massive stars fall like a feather

Over 400 years ago, the famous scientist Galileo Galilei climbed to the top of Leaning Tower of Pisa and dropped two balls of different weight. While you might expect the heavier ball to fall faster, he actually found that they both hit the ground at the same time. This was a big discovery; it showed us that the mass of …

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World’s beaches eroding in protected marine areas: Study

The world’s sandy shorelines are declining in protected marine areas which could threaten plant and animal species and cultural heritage sites, a global survey of beaches with satellites data from NASA and the US Geological Survey shows. About 24 per cent of sandy beaches worldwide are eroding, while 27 per cent are growing, showed the findings published in the journal …

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