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Workshop on Academic Writings in Commerce, Management and Social Sciences

NT KURIOCITY The research centre of Dnyanprassarak  Mandal’s College, Assagao, organised a state-level workshop on academic writings in Commerce, Management and Social Sciences for higher secondary school Teachers. The resource person MR Patil, director, D M’s College Research Centre,   said that academic writing skills are a real asset to the academicians working in different academic institutions. He explained the different …

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Cleanliness drive at Chapora fort by students of Saraswat Vidyalaya

NT KURIOCITY The History crusaders of Saraswat Vidyalaya, Khorlim, Mapusa recently organised several programmes celebrating the birth anniversary of the great maratha warrior Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. During the celebrations a special talk was organised for the students. The assistant director of Dinesh Mody Institute for Numismatics and Archaeology from Mumbai University, Varad Sabnis highlighted the contributions of Shivaji Maharaj and …

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Let’s ‘sweat’ it out

BY ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ How far you will go in search of sweat? Yes, you read it right, it is sweat. It is the ultimate representation of hard work and honesty. But, this same sweat in today’s time is become a rarity and now there is a need to ‘find’ out. This is the crux of the children’s …

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A matter of choice v/s compulsion …

For a majority of students of standard X and XII, a farewell party is something that is eagerly looked forward to. It is not just the culmination of their school life but also the beginning of a new chapter in their life and symbolises growing older, bolder and more mature. In fact it is a tradition in schools across the …

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Talk on Acchev by Gorak Sirsat at Carmel College

By Fiona Fernandes and Fanisha D’Costa Goa – one of the smallest states of India, with its serene beauty is slowly falling into the clutches of a material world which is destroying its natural landscape. Such a scenario is also portrayed in our literature where Goa is being dug out of existence. Acchev / The Upheavel the Konkani novel by …

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Remembering good old days

By Sonia Kuncalienker The 1990 batch of the St Joseph’s Institute, Vasco-Da-Gama recently celebrated their 25 year reunion. It was a nostalgic evening for all the students and teachers who attended the event. Much before the actual event, there was a hard-working group of students, who took it upon themselves to see that all their old classmates could make it …

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Young minds take the business route for success

At the recently held I Create National Business Plan Competition (NBPC) in Bangalore, Goa was represented by Leander Pinto of Saraswat College, Leena Sawant, Carmel College and Melisa Fernandes, Damodar College- all winners of the State-level Business Plan Competition. NBPC, an annual event of “I Create” is the culmination of “Change the Mind Set” (CMS) programme conducted in different educational …

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Annual Awards Day-2015

NT KURIOCITY The Annual Awards day of VVM’s Shree Damodar College of Commerce and Economics was held on February 7. Director of Goa Institute of Management Fr Joe Arun was the chief guest for the function and president of Vidya Vikas Mandal, Ganesh Daivajna presided over the function. The function began with an invocation song and was followed by a …

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Official Language day Celebrated at MES College

Konkani has been an official language of Goa for last 28 years but sadly the implementation of it has not been materialised at the government level. This was expressed by eminent writer and Sahitya Academy award winner Dilip Borkar. He was speaking as a chief guest during the ‘official language day celebration’ function organised by department of Konkani of MES …

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Give Goa for Twenty Thursdays

We are a bunch of six MBA graduates of Goa Institute of Management, Sankhli with varied educational backgrounds, work experience and ethnicities. The root for diversity can be traced to the MBA epiphany among youth these days. From “Kotlerish” concepts to shareholders’ wealth maximisation we are trained ardently to be successful future managers. However, these days, businesses and organisations are …

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