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DU's Ambedkar Ganguly hostel fires 19 of its sanitation workers, allegedly without prior notice

The sanitation workers had previously issued a statement which said that the administration had ceased paying their salaries amid the pandemic  

Dr Hany Babu was arrested on July 28

I am ok: What keeps DU professor Hany Babu's family going, after shock raid on home on Sunday

The house of Delhi University professor Dr Hany Babu MT was raided on Sunday, when only his wife and daughter were present

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Just a girl who travels: How this 32-year-old digital nomad gave up her job, her home to explore the world

Shivya Nath tells us about her innumerable adventures as she travels around the world solo, blogs about it and even has written a book on

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China accuses US of 'monitoring, harassing and willfully detaining' Chinese students, researchers

Wang said China had no intention of helping Juan Tang escape the country, but did not otherwise comment directly on the accusations against her

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This video conferencing and web streaming app is a solution purely made in India for Indians

The other two are 'Lauk classroom' a video conferencing platform for educators and 'Lauk Studio' for live streaming, webinars, and other services

Delhi University was one of the first universities in the country to announce online examinations

On Friendship day, lawyer asks DU students to find circulars on exam cancellations. His inbox gets flooded before hearing

Akash Sinha and Saket Shubham are representing the Delhi University students in their petition against the online open-book examinations

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Delhi HC allows PG students at MAIDS to submit their thesis by Sept 30 with late fee

The High Court was hearing a petition filed by the students of Master of Dental Sciences PG Programme at the MAIDS seeking directions to seeking an extension of time for submitting their thesis

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Why self-study is essential for inculcating the habit of finding answers 

Self-learning is probably the single most important skill for a successful life. Regardless of whatever hallowed portals one has studied in, one will never know everything one has to

Central monitoring at hospital, care centre, or remote location

IIT Madras' first-of-its-kind device can remotely monitor a patient's temperature, oxygen saturation and more

The core technology was validated by a year-long multi-centric study at various Chennai-based medical institutions for the accuracy and performance with reference to current standards

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Parents in the US struggle as schools reopen amid coronavirus surge

Parents in Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee are among those who will be the first to navigate the new academic year as schools open up in parts of those states this week

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Elderly man in Chhattisgarh arrested for sexually assaulting five minor girls 

The accused allegedly committed the offence for three days - from July 28 to July 30 - at a village under Arjunda police station limits and the victims' parents reported it to police on Saturday

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Meet the Kerala policeman who treks for hours to teach tribal kids in an isolated hamlet twice a week, during lockdown

Kalloopara now has a temporary school where online classes are held, thanks to the Vithura Sub Inspector K S Sudheesh. This is the heartwarming story of how it came to be

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Meet the 17-year-old Kashmir boy who developed a file-sharing app after the ban on Chinese apps

The 'Dodo Drop' application, developed by Ashfaq Mehmood Choudhary from Chattyear of Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district, is an alternative to the Chinese 'SHAREit' app, which was banned recently

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Tamil Nadu will never allow three-language policy: CM Edappadi K Palaniswami on NEP 2020

Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami appealed to PM Modi to allow states to implement their own language policy

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Serum Institute gets DCGI nod for clinical trials of Oxford vaccine

The vaccine candidate is in the midst of Phase II and III clinical trials in the UK, Phase III trials in Brazil, and Phase I and II clinical trials in South Africa

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This fashion school's online classes on Instagram are taught by a Hindi-speaking Steve Jobs, Indianised Einstein

Pearl Academy's new eight-week-long module on Instagram focuses on bringing back creative geniuses from the past like Frida Kahlo, Albert Einstein and more to teach students about art history, design

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NSNIS Patiala and CSS-SRIHER, Chennai, launch courses in sports physiotherapy, sports nutrition 

It was a part of an MOU signed between the two institutes to launch these certificate courses in sports science which will give an opportunity to young qualified professionals to further specialise

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Youth-run Literacy Helping Hands believes in levelling the playing field for all students. This is how

Hyderabad-based Literacy Helping Hand has seven full-time members and about 300 active volunteers in their network. This is how they ensure that their work is carried out in the manner intended to

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Looking for online courses in Telugu? Your search ends here. Check out Sai Ramesh's website

Encompassing his decade-plus years of experience as a teacher, Vijayawada-based Sai Ramesh has devised an online course portal for the Telugu-speaking audience. We find out more about him in a chat

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How NGOs and Telangana's cops are making cyberspace safer for women and children 

The Women Safety Wing is doing these activities in association with the Legal Aid Centre, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. They are, indeed, coming up with new ways to keep the youth engaged 
 

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This is how Snigdha Mutha quit her job to tell children stories that they can learn from

Snigdha Mutha knows exactly how to weave a story that captivates toddlers. How? She is a seasoned teacher, that's how. We find out how she is putting this skill to good use via her online workshops  

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How Vijayawada music community UnFlugged has brought everyday peeps and musicians together to create 'cover' magic

"Anyone is welcome to bring any musical creativity to our community and jam with us," says Sri Ram Suravarapu, perfectly describing the ethos of the community that is open to all musicians always 

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Pattnaik Ompriya Mohanty's Pencil for Change is making Odias around the world proud. This is how

"Today, I am a confident entrepreneur, an analytical thinker and an aspiring business leader — the sum of my experiences," says Pattnaik Ompriya Mohanty while talking about his initiatives with us

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This Bengaluru artist's illustrations of asuras are literally all the rage online!

Come on, name the demons from Indian mythology you know. Raavan, Hiranyakashipu, Naraksura and so on. Harsha has reimagined ten of them with his artistic sensibilities and you have to have a look!  

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This young theatre artist from Kotapad bagged the Asim Basu Award 2020. This is his incredible story

Himanshu Ranjan Mohanty was introduced to theatre by his father and has been acting since the age of seven. Today, he also directs plays, serials and is a dubbing artist among many other things 

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How Akash did a Tamil version of the Julie & Julia challenge with Meenakshi Ammal's recipes across 100 days

Akash Muralidharan did a 100-day challenge on Instagram to revive vegetables that have somehow fallen off our plate and the results were amazingly delish!

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Why WeMove Theatre's eight-month acting course Navarasa could bring out the actor in you

Interested in acting and daydreaming about becoming a famous theatre artist or film star? Then, grab the opportunity and study this course offered by Bengaluru's WeMove Theatre

Digital classes conducted for students in one of the rural government schools

Before the pandemic fuelled online education, this NGO has been using volunteers to digitally teach 25,000 rural kids since 2011

What does it mean to study in digital classrooms for children in rural government schools? Venkat Sriraman, Co-founder of eVidyaloka speaks about setting up digital classrooms in these schools 

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How Samsung's PRISM is helping India's student innovators become Aatmanirbhar

Dipesh Shah of the Samsung R&D Institute Bangalore speaks about PRISM, their latest programme, and how their innovative projects will help India's youngsters become Aatmanirbhar 

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Meet the young conservationist who is campaigning to conserve Karnataka's grasslands

Why must we conserve grasslands in India from being lost? Shruti Suresh, a wildlife conservationist and research fellow, tells us about the need to expand our textbooks to focus on the environment

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Centre won't impose any language on any state through NEP: HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal

The M K Stalin-led DMK and many opposition parties in Tamil Nadu have opposed NEP and want a review of the sweeping reforms it has proposed

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Delhi HC to hear PIL seeking private school tuition fee waiver on August 4

The plea, filed by one Naresh Kumar, prayed for the interpretation of Force Majeure clauses and sought directions to the Directorate of Education, Government of NCT Delhi to take steps

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Permits, safety certificates of schools in Punjab to be made public through websites, notice boards

Information Commissioner Khushwant Singh on July 28 directed that valid certificates of fire and building safety and board affiliations issued be declared suo-motu by all schools in the state

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MG University becomes first in Kerala to launch five-year Integrated Master's Programme

The programme, to be offered in economics, history and political science, is designed to engage nationally and internationally renowned scholars for teaching and mentoring

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Full speed ahead: How the pandemic proved to be rocket fuel for India's EdTech platforms

With increased dependence on EdTech platforms, start-ups and industry leaders leveraged the shift to online learning for its own benefit

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NEP 2020: Students will now receive breakfast in school in addition to mid-day meals

The policy noted that morning hours after a nutritious breakfast can be particularly productive for the study of cognitively more demanding subjects

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Uttar Pradesh's Technical Education minister succumbs to COVID-19

The minister tested postive on July 18 and was admitted to the Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Hospital in Lucknow. She was later shifted to the Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences

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Schools in Assam to reopen on September 1, maximum of 15 students per classroom

Schools will remain closed for students up to Class 4 till September-end while classes will be held in open spaces such as the school playground or courtyard for students of Classes 5-8

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IIT Roorkee alum bags the prestigious Zinnov Award for contributions to AI and Data Analytics

Dr Sunil Kumar Vuppala won the Technical Role Model award and is currently serving as Director, Data Science, Ericsson, and is also the Co-chair, Industry Engagement, IEEE Bangalore

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In an attempt to curb irresponsible use of stickers, WhatsApp rolls out a new limit on sharing animated stickers

WhatsApp introduced stickers a couple of years ago, but the Facebook-owned instant messaging platform officially announced the rollout of animated stickers barely a month ago

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A guide to building your word power: It is important to know both the grammar and the vocabulary of a language

To learn any foreign language effectively, it is important to know both the grammar and the vocabulary of the target language

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Canteen Fundas: Be proactive to turn your life around now and achieve success

Pro Tip: Our response to situations is the key to our growth. Being proactive means responding by taking responsibility and working towards the best possible outcomes in any situation

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Will migrant children get their due in education after the pandemic subsides?

Also relevant, positive and welcome are governments getting into pre-primary education, as in AP, where on July 20, the MHRD had announced the commencement of LKG and UKG classes in all govt schools

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Why are you all TESTY? The debate on whether to conduct online exams or not amid the COVID-19 pandemic

As the nation tries to figure out the future of examinations, The Coach offers a perspective on how we can evaluate students fairly

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Sushant Singh Rajput's sister pens open letter to Prime Minister, fears evidence tampering

The open letter to the Prime Minister comes a day after her Facebook post where she shared her late brother's hand-written plans for himself on a whiteboard

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After mother scolded him, Karnataka college student stabbed her to death

The student was arrested on July 30, a police official said on Friday. He said the woman was upset over her son frequently spending time with his friends till late in the night

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India records the highest one-day jump of 57,118 COVID-19 cases; recoveries surge to 10,94,374

The death toll due to COVID-19 climbed to 36,511 with 764 people succumbing to the disease in a 24-hour span, the data updated at 8 am showed

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Karnataka student who wrote K-CET tweets that his grandmom tested positive for COVID, asks hall-mates to get checked 

As on July 31, 5,483 corona cases were reported in Karnataka and a total of 67 COVID positive students wrote the CET exam across Karnataka. It included both symptomatic and asymptomatic cases

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With COVID cases rising on campus, IISc researchers and parents are wondering if the institute jumped the gun

Around 44 people on the IISc campus have tested positive for COVID. The institute called its students back to campus in June

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Recruitment scandal hits JNU again, teachers accuse VC of appointing Associate Professor who was not shortlisted for interview

The University put out the list of 13 shortlisted candidates on June 30 who were scheduled to sit for an interview on July 16. Dr Shuchi Yadav did not feature in it

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NEP's three-language policy: Will you really have a choice beyond Hindi?

The NEP says that the students can choose any of the native Indian languages. If a student is studying in Tamil Nadu, chances are, they won't be able to find Telugu or Malayalam teachers

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IITM, MDA''s free online teacher training course to support special children now available on SWAYAM Prabha TV channels

This course titled ‘Remedial Instructions for Primary School Children with Specific Difficulties’ will be of great help to primary school teachers

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Colleges under University of Madras to commence online classes for second, third year UG courses from August 3

UG admission to be completed by September 10, online classes for first year students to commence from August 19

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Educators across India laud the new National Education Policy 2020

With the New Education Policy 2020 focusing on boosting and integrating technology into the education sector, several educators and academicians are lauding the effort being made

Delhi University

Delhi HC to hear pleas challenging DU's open book examinations on August 4, a week before exams begin

The matter was heard by the High Court on July 31. It was later adjourned to August 3. The exams are scheduled to begin from August 10

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No T-shirt, jeans in office: Government servants in Gwalior asked to wear 'dignified' and 'decent' formal attire

Divisional Commissioner M B Ojha in order has asked all officials and employees of the division to wear dignified, decent and formal attire while discharging their responsibilities in the office

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How the Aahwahan Foundation has been changing kids' lives using the power of education for a decade now

Though it is based out of Bengaluru, Aahwahan Foundation operates pan-India. Their aim is to create sustainable models with the help of education to have long-term impact and to do their bit for India

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Supreme Court to decide the fate of college exams on August 10. Students should prepare for exams, says SG Mehta

The Supreme Court of India was hearing four pleas challenging the UGC's decision to conduct examinations, amid the rising number of COVID cases

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Chennai's DOT School of Design to offer up to 75% scholarship to undergrad students who clear their CQ Test

DOT has expert faculty, they bring in industry experts to train students, have well-equipped studios and workshops and a lot more to offer aspiring designers

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NASA confirms that perseverance Mars rover is in standby mode, but healthy

NASA has confirmed that its Mars 2020 Perseverance rover is healthy and on its way to the Red Planet even after entering into a standby mode due to a temporary issue

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Supreme Court asks why quarantine period of doctors, health workers treated as leave

A bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan asked the Centre's counsel to ensure that doctors and health care workers are paid their salaries

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Virtual BizLab launched at Rajasthan's JKLU to aid management students solve real-life problems

The BizLab will expose students to real economic, environmental and business issues related to finance, operations, and others with the support of AIMA

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NEP 2020: Will gap year, semester flexibility actually make a difference to the Indian student?

Higher education Institutes will also have the flexibility to offer different designs of Masters programmes. Students will be able to choose combination of subjects even if they are unrelated

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Centre's skill-based education programme gets 'good response' in Goa 

A total of 2,068 students were enrolled for the NSQF in the 2014-15 academic year when the scheme was introduced. But in 2019-20, the number rose to 6,985, the official said

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Young kids could spread COVID-19 as much as older children, adults: Study 

The findings, published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, shed light on the possibility that the youngest children transmit the virus as much as other age groups

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K-CET 2020: Little panic as 'expected questions' in Maths, Biology papers keep students at ease 

Thousands of students attend Biology and Math CET exam amidst pandemic. Social distancing goes for toss at the exam centres, netizens question the government's apathy

Anupama Banerji and Shakuntala Devi (Pics: Anupama Banerji)

She believed she was better than any computer: The incredible life and times of Shakuntala Devi

We recently caught up with Anupama Banerji, the daughter of mathematician Shakuntala Devi, on whom a recent film starring Vidya Balan is made

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Names may change, work will go on: How India's education old guard NAAC, AICTE are coping with NEP's changes 

A single regulator, the National Higher Education Regulatory Authority (NHERA), will be set up to regulate in a ‘light but tight’ and facilitative manner, states the new NEP document 

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Shakuntala Devi would have given people a run for their money on Twitter: Why Anu Menon made a film on her

Ahead of the release of the film Shakuntala Devi, we caught up with its director Anu Menon for a quick chat. She tells us why Vidya Balan was her only choice for the character

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Govt could have waited until Sept to conduct K-CET: Karnataka students unable to appear for exam

Gov't of Karnataka’s decision to conduct CET in a hurry, amidst rising COVID cases, was surprising and as a result, a few students were not able to step out of their house  to write their exams

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Tripura students launch social media campaign protesting crime against women

Asmira Debbarma, a Political Science student in Tripura University has formed an 'SMS' (Stand against rape) group, has appealed to all sections of people to stand bravely against the incidents of rape

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AMU's female students claim they were harassed, cajoled 'off the books' into vacating hostels, amidst rising COVID numbers

Thee students claim the university is not making any formal announcements but is ‘informally’ pushing them to leave

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Vande Bharat Mission: AI flight lands in Madhya Pradesh carrying 145 medical students from Kyrgyzstan

All the 145 passengers will have to stay in quarantine centres for the next seven days in their hometowns as per central government guidelines

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NEP 2020: How the plan to integrate Arts and Sciences will finally remove educational snobbery

The new National Education Policy proposes to cease the distinction between Arts and Sciences. What does this mean for students?

The product itself was launched in January

This e-learning platform offers skill development courses exclusively in Malayalam. Check it out!

Trycle is an e-learning start-up incubated at the Government Cyber Park in Calicut that hopes to make education accessible and affordable

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NEP makes way for more flexibility in the education system and encourages seamless learning: Jamia Millia Islamia VC

Among the major reforms in school education brought by NEP 2020 is the removal of rigid separation between arts and sciences streams

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NEP: Four-year integrated BEd course mandatory by 2030, strict action against standalone teaching institutions

The policy has also laid down a road map for how the demands for training teachers in tune with the policy requirements will be met

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K-CET: 40 COVID-positive students write exams with invigilators in PPE kits

There were 40 students who had tested positive for COVID and they still went ahead to write the CET exams. These students were placed at separate exam centres and 11 of them wrote exams in Bengaluru

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Zoom provides free service to 2,300 educational institutions in India during the COVID-19 pandemic

As part of its commitment to expand and innovate further in India, US-based video meet app Zoom is fast recruiting DevOps engineers, IT, security and business operations personnel in the country

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World Health Organisation confirms that COVID-19 can spread through the air

Recent COVID-19 outbreaks in crowded indoor settings suggest that the virus can hang around in the air long enough to potentially infect others if social distancing is not enforced

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Long-due reforms, the devil lies in details: NEP evokes mixed reactions from academicians

Teaching up to class five in the mother tongue or regional language and lowering the stakes of board exams are part of the sweeping reforms in the new National Education Policy

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Over 52,000 Covid cases for the first time in 24 hrs in India, 32 deaths every hour

To date, a total 34,968 people have lost their lives to the virus that originated from China's Wuhan and gripped the entire world. India is the third worst-hit nation by the pandemic

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What to expect from Metamorphosis Edu's School of Entrepreneurship that's launching on August 1

Hyderabad-based Metamorphosis Edu is going to launch their School of Entrepreneurship virtually on August 1 and this is why we are all so excited about it. Students also weigh in on the matter

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DU Online Exams: Business students left hanging with no questions during mock test

Delhi University's OBE portal also crashed frequently when the students accessed it to avail the mock test option, complained several final-year candidates

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DU's law students write to Bar Council of India for intervention against OBE

The online Open Book Examinations are scheduled to start on August 10. The students are sending mass emails to the Bar Council

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COVID-19 may increase the risk of blood clots in pregnant women, say scientists 

According to the researchers, including those from the Tufts University School of Medicine in the US, one of the many complications of COVID-19 is the formation of blood clots in previously healthy pe

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Thousands of students, parents terse as Karnataka HC gives go-ahead to conduct CET 14 hours before start of exam

The Government of Karnataka has ensured that wearing masks, social distancing and thermal screening will be strictly followed at the CET exam centres

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Shashi Tharoor on INC crisis: Congress needs to energise itself with young people, creative ideas and institutional reforms

In a candid conversation, Shashi Tharoor spoke about where the government went wrong while dealing with COVID and what the INC needs to revive itself from its current quandary

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India is a spiritual country, but we're still not taking the wealth of the Bhagavad Gita: Vedanta scholar Jaya Row

Row spoke about how people needed to move beyond desires — something the pandemic had shown we do not really need — and advance towards embracing our inner intellectualism

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Discontinuation of MPhil will affect the quality of research, say academics and researchers

According to the new National Education Policy, students who want to pursue research can do so directly after completing their master's degree

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NEP 2020: Digital learning gets big push, govt announces Divvang-friendly software, virtual labs and more

The draft of the policy had said that online question banks of higher order questions will be made available to teachers and students for this purpose

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NEP 2020: Focus on promoting Indian languages, culture and traditions to students in Indian institutions

The new reforms in the policy also stated the introduction of e-courses in eight major regional languages instead of limiting the e-content to Hindi and English

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NEP 2020: India's students can now take gap years, join college in odd semesters in a landmark move

After the approval of the NEP 2020, there will be degree programmes with multiple entry and exit points. Also, there will be an integrated master's programme for those interested in research

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NEP 2020: Modi's Ministry of Education ambitiously aims to achieve 50% Gross Enrolment Ratio by 2035

The GER in higher education has increased from 25.8 per cent in 2017-18 to 26.3 per cent in 2018-19. With the new NEP, the aim is higher

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NEP 2020: No more red tape for approvals in education, colleges can soon use online self-disclosure approval system

In a provision suggested in the NEP, universities and colleges will no longer have to wait for approvals to build, start courses and so on. They will only have to self-disclose particulars online

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NEP 2020: No more UGC, AICTE, NCTE — to be replaced by a single education regulator

Plans had been in place to introduce a single higher education regulator in the country to replace other bodies such as the UGC and AICTE

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NEP 2020: Public investment in education to rise to 6 per cent of the GDP in the next few years

The new National Education Policy was approved by the union cabinet on July 29. It was drafted by an 11-member committee headed by Dr K Kasturirangan

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Union Cabinet approves NEP, HRD Ministry to be renamed as Ministry of Education

The New Education Policy would allow global universities to set up their campus in the country. The new policy would also see an overhaul of the system in place in higher education

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This Bengaluru artist's work reminds people to be careful of where they dispose their PPE waste

Akhil Monu Mathew's work comes from the heart. The graphic artist opens up about how he finds ways to express himself on contemporary issues and problems