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Army schools in Kashmir take a digital leap to help students get a quality education

Army Goodwill Schools were established by the Indian Army in the three regions of Ladakh, Kashmir, and Jammu in areas where children did not have access to education

Published on 26th May 2018
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Autonomy row: St Stephen's, Hindu colleges push for amendment in DU Act

The management of these two colleges in the prestigious university is learned to have asked for autonomy despite widespread protests from teachers, students

Published on 23rd May 2018
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Olympic swimmer Sajan Prakash becomes brand ambassador of Bengaluru's IFIM Institutions

IFIM was established in 1995, founded by DSIJ Group (Dalal Street Investment Journal) and promoted by the Centre for Developmental Education (CDE)

Published on 22nd May 2018
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In this school, there are no fixed classrooms and the teachers learn along with their students

With no prescribed textbooks and fixed classrooms, this school in Anaikatti is providing a fear-free and inclusive learning environment, and a specially designed curriculum

Published on 21st May 2018
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Here's how Robolab Technologies is taking robotics to India's young masses 

Incubated at COEP, Robolab Technologies designs robotics kits and experimental manuals that can take a generation of high-schoolers to the future

Published on 15th May 2018
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Orchids The International School innovates to teach Science differently

The Science Kits, designed by Orchids The International School, aims to help students understand the finer aspects of the science concepts

Published on 14th May 2018
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Bangalore's MVJ College of Engineering launching new course in Aerospace Engineering

In this branch of engineering, a student goes through hypersonic aerodynamics, space structures, space propulsion, spacecraft systems, launch vehicles, orbital mechanics and much more

Published on 3rd May 2018
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This Ed-tech platform lets you find your own tutor. Here's how 

GuruQ’s website comprises of an interface through which online classes can be conducted with ease. A tutor can hold one-on-one sessions or even create group classes with up to 30 students

Published on 14th April 2018
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Speak in English or face salary-cut: Official tells teachers at Telangana Educational Society 

TSWREIS regional coordinator says that she's been forced to take the step since teachers, despite being told to converse in English, did not heed to instructions

Published on 27th March 2018
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We felt betrayed: JNU researcher recounts how the police assaulted them on ‘Black Friday'

You’ve seen the pictures. You’ve heard the screams. Now, hear a blow-by-blow account of how the Delhi Police dismantled JNU’s March to Parliament

Published on 26th March 2018
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From funkier courses to foreign profs, here’s what red-tape free autonomy means to varsities

A professor from one of the private universities that received autonomy from the UGC last week, talks about what it means to a varsity to be 'set free'

Published on 26th March 2018
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Study Khazana is giving vocational language training to rural girls for a nominal fee 

Study Khazana has already reached a large number of people through their YouTube channel, which has over a lakh subscribers

Published on 19th March 2018
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How Odisha's education man Achyuta Samanta plans to navigate his way to the Rajya Sabha

From education to social service and now politics, there is no stopping KIIT founder Dr Achyuta Samanta

Published on 15th March 2018
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The future of Artificial Intelligence depends on human intentions: Narendra Modi

The PM feels that bridging the gap between man and the machine by combining teachers and Artificial Intelligence to impart education will be a unique phenomena

Published on 19th February 2018
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Kids shamed for not paying fees: Why we are failing the kids who need support the most

What's the point of making children feel humiliated for their parents' inability to pay money? Does it force parents to pay faster or does it merely scar a child to the point where they commit suicide

Published on 15th February 2018

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