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Class 9, 11 exams to be held in schools by April 24: Goa Board 

The state board has already announced that 30 per cent of the syllabus would be reduced for the current academic year.

Published on 10th January 2021
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Think about the fate of rural students: Why VTU VC Dr Karisiddappa is firm about conducting semester exams offline  

Dr Karisiddappa, asked, "While the students living in urban area will get internet, what about those living in the rural areas? Indian Universities will take time to grow technologically strong."

Published on 8th January 2021
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This professor duo has set up 15 public libraries in the remotest of TN villages. This is their incredible story

Twenty-nine-year-old Thambi met Shiva Shankar, both Ambedkarites, through a mutual friend and together they came up with the idea to set up libraries in rural areas

Published on 7th January 2021
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Institutes of Eminence can now set up a maximum of 3 campuses abroad in the next 5 years: UGC

At the proposed off-shore campuses, a teacher-student ratio of 1:20 initially should be achieved, and 1:10 ratio by the end of five years

Published on 9th January 2021
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Digital tools can enable in-class teaching in rural government schools, finds survey

The survey aimed at better understanding the needs of government school teachers who are using remote learning tools to teach students during the coronavirus pandemic

Published on 5th January 2021
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The future of EdTech: How 2021 will bring in flexibility, affordability and faster tech adoption in the education sector

Education, globally, is becoming modular, multimodal, gamified, flexible, accessible and affordable. 2021 is going to bring in positive momentum in faster tech adoption

Published on 4th January 2021
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How Noida-based Gaurav Bhagat Academy helped 465 businesses sail through the lockdown via webinars 

Gaurav Bhagat Academy is a sales training and business mentorship academy, founded by the business prodigy Gaurav Bhagat. The organisation seeks to empower corporates, entrepreneurs and professionals

Published on 2nd January 2021
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After a gap of 9 months, schools reopen in Kerala partially 

As part of the government's instructions, classes for 10th and 12th standards began in schools across the southern state with limited hours and restricted number of students

Published on 2nd January 2021
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After gap of 9 months, schools reopen in Kerala partially with strict COVID-19 protocols in place

All these months, students were attending online classes through the Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education's (KITE)- Victers channel

Published on 1st January 2021
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Laying the foundation stone for AIIMS Rajkot, PM Modi said it will boost health infrastructure in Gujarat

The new AIIMS in Rajkot covers 201 acres of land and will be built at an estimated cost of Rs 1,195 crores

Published on 31st December 2020
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Largest study of Asia's rivers may help predict changes in region's water cycle

Based on an analysis of the underlying tree ring data, the scientists extracted the most important climate signals that influence river discharge in the continent

Published on 31st December 2020
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A World School of a different kind: How these students and researchers are running a school for kids across Bengal

The Quarantined Student-Youth Network has set up 41 schools since July 2020 which would be run by students pursuing higher education and contributors

Published on 30th December 2020
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Government Unani Medical College in J-K gets permission to admit first batch of students

The Union Ministry of Ayush has issued the “letter of permission” for starting the course, the spokesman said. The CCIM had carried out an inspection of the Institution on December 1

Published on 30th December 2020
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Survey finds students in tribal areas received less than optimal exposure to online classes

While the survey found that online classes have reached almost all students when compared to other states, little attention has been given to check the effectiveness of online learning

Published on 29th December 2020
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UNDP provides help for Fiji's schools affected by tropical cyclone Yasa

UN Resident Coordinator for Fiji Sanaka Samarasinha said one of their priorities is to ensure tents to be set up in schools as classrooms to meet the children's educational needs

Published on 29th December 2020

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