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This Delhi-based educator has created a happiness curriculum to help students find joy 

Neera Kohli set up The New Me to help students and teachers learn the values of humanism and use it to find themselves through learning

Published on 19th June 2020
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After DU, CUTN to conduct final year examinations online, much to students' displeasure

Students who have no access to gadget or technology can write their examinations offline after the university reopens after the lockdown

Published on 19th June 2020
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Around 243 million Indian adolescents could be at risk due to COVID-19

Adolescents could be more susceptible to the negative effects of physical distancing during COVID-19 since they are in a period where peer interaction is necessary for social developent

Published on 19th June 2020
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Dutch Army, police personnel to showcase yoga asanas online on International Yoga Day

The Dutch Ministry of Defence has introduced yoga for armed forces to enrich their training programme and reduce stress with yoga sessions being held weekly at various barracks

Published on 18th June 2020
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Coronavirus may spread more easily at home: Lancet study

The analysis, based on contact tracing data from 349 people with Covid-19 and 1,964 of their close contacts found people with Covid-19 were at least as infectious before they developed symptoms 

Published on 18th June 2020
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These Kerala twins' DIY videos on YouTube are paying for their education. Check out their cool science experiments

Devaj and Devang V, 15-year-olds from Kerala run their own YouTube channel and have over 150,000 subscribers. We spoke to them to know more about what they make videos on and how

Published on 17th June 2020
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Educating Kerala's most vulnerable: How the state's e-learning initiatives are on a mission to ensure accessibility to tribals and migrants

We take a closer look at the Kerala government's carefully crafted online education platform that attempts to incorporate students from all social circles into the programme

Published on 17th June 2020
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NIRF 2020: Why HITS, KCG are ranked among India's best in the NIRF rankings

The Hindustan Group of Institutions has been consistently getting great rankings in the NIRF rankings and that trend has only improved in 2020 — despite the lockdown and the pandemic at large

Published on 17th June 2020
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IIT Guwahati develops high quality and affordable Sterile SPILD VTM kits, RT-PCR kits and RNA isolation kits

The SPILD VTM kits have already been handed over to National Health Mission, Assam and Guwahati Medical College and Hospital. The 'Made in Assam/India' kits will spur affordable and high-quality

Published on 17th June 2020
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NTTF organises a free webinar on international diploma programs and career pathways in collaboration with NOCN, UK 

The online seminar will be presented by Graham Hasting, Group MD, NOCN, UK and B V Sudharshan, Deputy Managing Director, NTTF

Published on 17th June 2020
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Over 55 per cent Indian students enjoyed virtual classes amid lockdown: Survey

The survey also revealed that 53.3 per cent of students prefer having a mix of both online and offline education after the schools resume operations

Published on 16th June 2020
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Briefs and Bold Debate: Why the e-conferences by The Youth Symposium are a cut above the rest

Started by three enterprising students from New Delhi, The Youth Symposium offers the youth around the world chance to listen to speakers, discuss and come up with policy briefs that herald a change 

Published on 15th June 2020
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IIHM launch entrepreneurship cell, allocate Rs 1 Crore for students to become Job Creators

Combating the prevailing tough times where the job market looks grim, IIHM's fresh new initiative comes as a massive support system for the young students passing out of the hotel school

Published on 16th June 2020
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That TechBee edge: How HCL's brainchild is giving +2 grads IT skills and a shot at a college degree

HCL's TechBee has benefitted more than 2,000 students by creating employment as well as helping them pursue higher education. This is why they're particularly relevant post-lockdown

 

Published on 15th June 2020
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This is the first time students have said they want to study in their own country: GIIS' Atul Temurnikar on education in a post-COVID world

Atul Temurnikar, co-founder and chairman of the Global Schools Foundation, shares his experience of setting up a classroom following the virus outbreak

Published on 15th June 2020

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