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Engineering students design green car


Four mechanical engineering students of Prince Shri Venkateshwara Padmavathy Engineering College, Ponmar, 9 km from Medavakkam, have designed a hybrid car as part of their final-year project. While th

Jayalalithaa makes chic uniform choice for TN students


Students in government and aided schools will look smarter coming academic year, thanks to a personal interest shown by CM Jayalalithaa in choosing free uniforms.

“CM first decided uniforms would he

Road eats into school space


Students of the Government Adi Dravidar Welfare High School on East Coast Road, Palavakkam have a tough time.

The close proximity of the school to the main road makes it difficult for students to he

Fall fails to stop boy from exam


An ambulance entered Chennai Boys Higher Secondary School, Nungambakkam, at 9.30 am Wednesday.

R.K. Akilan, a bright class-X student of Krishnaswamy Matriculation Higher Secondary School in the same

Exams leave Class 10 students on sticky wicket

Aravindhan, a die-hard cricket fan, is eagerly looking forward to the much-awaited IPL 5 that starts from Wednesday.

At the same time, he has to prepare for his class 10 board examination beginning

Private candidates in limbo over exams


About 40 private candidates of class 10 gathered at the DPI campus on Monday as they were not given hall tickets to write the board exams set to begin on April 4.

On Saturday, these students received

Assault over corporal punishment


Principal Rita Manu of Bethel international public school, Bengaluru, on Friday, allegedly beat up a class 4 student, B. Aakash, with a hockey stick as the boy was reportedly playing with water balloo

Question bank for class 10 in demand

Despite the scorching sun, parents and students queued up to buy class 10 question bank at the DPI campus on Tuesday.

With only a few weeks left for the class 10 board examinations, there has been a

2 silver, 1 bronze for the dark horses in rowing


Eight girls from middleclass families are setting the water on fire; bidding for glory in the ‘elite’ sport of rowing that has so far been dominated by the urban rich.

Two of them are in college at

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