Govt. decision to start Early Childhood Care and Education in primary schools opposed

Govt. decision to start Early Childhood Care and Education in primary schools opposed

Members of Karnataka Rajya Anganwadi Naukarara Sangha staging a protest outside the KKRDB office building in Kalaburagi on Monday. | Photo Credit: ARUN KULKARNI Demanding that the State government withdraw the circular issued to start Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) in government lower primary schools, anganwadi workers from seven districts of Kalyana Karnataka region … Read more

Sensex, Nifty open flat in early trade; TCS, Adani Ports gain

Sensex, Nifty open flat in early trade; TCS, Adani Ports gain

Benchmark stock market indices traded flat after opening higher on Monday due to cautious sentiments among Dalal Street investors. The S&P BSE Sensex was up 51.82 points at 75,462.21 at 10:19 am, while the NSE Nifty50 fell 5.30 points to trade at 22,951.80. Most of the broader market indices were also trading in negative territory … Read more

More people in early 20s out of work from ill health than early 40s – study

More people in early 20s out of work from ill health than early 40s – study

Off the back of the study the Resolution Foundation, which campaigns for better living standards for those on low and middle incomes, is calling for better mental health support in colleges and sixth forms, and for more to be done to make it so that less young people leave compulsory education with low qualification levels. … Read more

City boy’s app helps detect cataract early – ET HealthWorld

City boy’s app helps detect cataract early – ET HealthWorld

Lucknow: Lucknow boy Eshaan Vasanthkumar, 17, has developed an AI-based app ‘Roshini’ that detects cataract in early stages. The app was introduced during a free eye check-up camp organised by Uttar Pradesh Technical Support Unit and Study Hall on Saturday. A student of Class 12 at Study Hall School, Ehsaan, along with National Health Mission … Read more

Sarah Harding: Early breast cancer study in singer’s memory begins

Sarah Harding: Early breast cancer study in singer’s memory begins

Harding’s consultant, Dr Sacha Howell, who is leading the study, said: “Sarah spoke to me many times about breast cancer research and was really keen for more to be done to find out why young women are being diagnosed without any other family members having been affected by the disease.” Source link