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Karnataka's new Primary and Secondary Education Minister says he will 'simplify the teaching process'. Here's his plan

Even as experts say that keeping schools closed any longer will rob kids of the right to education, minister BC Nagesh has suggested that the dates for reopening schools may be rescheduled

Published on 9th August 2021
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In an unusual art form, UP student paints on banana leaves

The tenderness and fragility of the banana leaf makes it extremely difficult to paint on it. The oil acrylic colours on the green and dry banana leaf often skids off

Published on 6th August 2021
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Survey finds that kids making online purchases without permission has increased during pandemic

The study asked parents of kids in the age bracket of 5 to 18 years to share their perspectives on the concept of cyber responsibility

Published on 2nd August 2021
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Welcome to Reason: Do kids need a healthy body for a healthy mind? 

The mid-day meals are a much-appreciated scheme of the government to keep kids in school and keep them healthy. But, does it really serve the purpose of supporting the student's mind?

Published on 30th July 2021
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These RPF constables will counsel COVID orphans they find at stations, help them get their lives back on track

An initiative by the South Eastern Railways, female constables will be trained to give rescued kids counselling and develop a mentoring system to ensure they're fine during rehabilitation

Published on 23rd July 2021
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I don't feel so special: How online classes during the pandemic have wrecked special needs kids

While not being in school has affected the learning progress of every student it has made things much worse for the kids with special needs

Published on 17th July 2021
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What The FAQ: What does ICMR's new serosurvey results really mean to you?

This was the first time the survey included children. Kids from six years of age to 17 years were included in the 28,975 people who were tested

Published on 21st July 2021
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How Nupur Aggarwal, the storyteller, 'storifies' lessons to make them so much more fun

Hyderabad-based Nupur Aggarwal has so many stories to tell and she is helping schools train an army of teachers so that they, in turn, can make learning a lot more easier for you. Here's how

Published on 21st July 2021
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#ThrowbackToday: The midday meal that took the life of many kids in Bihar was served eight years ago today 

In today's #TBT, we recall a rather sad day when insecticide-laced food was served to school kids in Bihar which resulted in the death of many and several others fell sick and had to be hospitalised 

Published on 16th July 2021
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This Bengaluru 'shaala' can make your homeschooling experience take flight

Homeschooling with management tools? Yes, please. We check out what Agile Shaala is all about and why it can be a boon for parents who homeschool their kids 

 

Published on 7th July 2021
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Meet Akarsh Shroff, a BITS Pilani student whose NGO in Bengaluru helped thousands of rural students access education

We speak to Diana Award winner Akarsh Shroff about his NGO and how they have managed to keep thousands of kids connected to education during the pandemic

Published on 1st July 2021
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Here's how Spark Studio is helping children get their extra-curricular fix during the pandemic

Anushree Goenka, co-founder of Spark Studio speaks about their extra-curricular activities for kids during this pandemic so that they are not bored and don't lose out of learning necessary skills 

Published on 30th June 2021
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Pandemic effect: 1 in 5 kids in India attended online classes from their beds, finds survey

The ongoing pandemic has been extremely challenging for kids. As they are home-schooled for the second consecutive year, they are grappling with innumerable issues

Published on 25th June 2021
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Discrimination is a strict no-no: How can we find apt solutions in schools, colleges to teach our kids better

Caste discrimination still remains a problem. The Coach tries to find apt solutions in our schools and colleges to teach our kids better

Published on 5th June 2021
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These Mumbai schoolkids are doing online sessions, bake sales to raise Rs 65 lakh to help their bus didis and drivers survive the pandemic

The initial plan was to raise Rs 50 lakh but that seemed like a small amount given that there were 180 workers. The kids then raised money on their own

Published on 3rd June 2021

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