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Rajasthan teachers travel on camels to teach students with no access to internet

By going the extra mile to help students amid the pandemic, the teachers are traveling on camels to the homes of students in desert areas or who have limited access to mobile networks

Published on 10th July 2021

Yes, Minister! Kerala Education Minister V Sivankutty attends Chemistry class online with XII graders

Sivankutty had previously spoken about improving the quality of online education so that the students and teachers interact seamlessly

Published on 8th July 2021

Teachers of civic schools in Aurangabad take classes to homes of students

As part of the initiative, the teachers, of Urdu and Marathi medium schools run by the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation, visit the homes of students and teach them individually

Published on 8th July 2021

Assam student bodies, opposition demand cancellation of board exam evaluation clause

Under the clause notified by the Assam government, students willing to become teachers or join state government jobs will have to sit for the same examination when COVID-19 situation improves

Published on 5th July 2021

#ThrowbackToday: Over 1,400 teachers quit en masse in Bihar on July 3, 2015. This is why

In today's #TBT, let's dial back to the day when the number of primary education teachers who resigned in Bihar shocked the whole nation. But the reason was even more shocking. Here's more on it

Published on 3rd July 2021

Social workers launch daily tuition classes for tribal children in TN

Many of the students in the hamlet have dropped out due to the lockdown while some have even forgotten the names of teachers and their schools

Published on 3rd July 2021

Not a school's duty to interrogate sexual harassment victims: TNCPCR's Dr Saranya Jaikumar on POCSO, #MeToo and more 

POCSO, sexual harassment, teachers, social media - in a world that's facing frightening revelations, Saranya Jaikumar addresses the truth like few other people. Are we listening?

Published on 3rd July 2021

Students above 18 years to be vaccinated by July 7 in Karnataka: DyCM to University VCs

As per department statistics on Thursday, 2,58,069, were vaccinated as part of the drive from June 27 to June 30. Of them, 2,26,467 are students, 18,956 teachers, and remaining are non-teaching staff

Published on 2nd July 2021

WhiteHat Jr data leak: EdTech platform's India vendor says breach affects less than 1% of students, parents

TechCrunch first reported that an unsecured server belonging to Salesken.ai contained the names and classes taken by students and email addresses and phone numbers of parents and teachers

Published on 1st July 2021

Calcutta HC stays upper primary teachers' interview in Bengal citing lack of transparency in list

According to the petition filed by some aspiring teachers, the interview list published by the School Service Commission has no cut-off marks

Published on 30th June 2021

Insight Edge: What has COVID-19 done to education and technology?

As per a recent research, not more than 10 per cent of Indian teachers had ever used technology in their teaching before COVID-19

Published on 27th June 2021

Over 2,000 tablets will be distributed to teachers in Delhi government school, says Dy CM Sisodia

Usage of tablets by teachers will enable better teaching and learning, and empower teachers to use creative techniques in teaching children, he said

Published on 25th June 2021

Thank the PM for what? NSUI starts reverse poster campaign, teachers condemn posters thanking PM Modi for vaccines

The universities and colleges are being used to run political propaganda, said Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) Treasurer, Dr Abha Dev Habib

Published on 22nd June 2021

CyberPeace Foundation and WhatsApp launch second phase of cyber security programme for students

Launched in consultation with UNICEF and state police authorities, the programme will train teachers, parents and students and equip them with tips and tricks to increase online safety

Published on 22nd June 2021

Seven schools in Nigeria's Kebbi shut after gunmen attack secondary school in the area

A group of unidentified gunmen attacked the college in Birnin Yauri area of the state, killing a police officer and abducted an unspecified number of students and at least three teachers

Published on 21st June 2021

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