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Kerala school asks students to bring parents' voter ID and Aadhaar cards
A circular was issued to all students last week directing them to bring the voter IDs and Aadhaar cards of their parents to link
Telangana: Students, parents protest against closure of school for visually challenged
General Secretary Development and Welfare Association of the Blind says lack of funds is the reason for the closure
NEET-PG 2023 cut-off date disqualifies over 50% of current interns, medical associations urge govt. to intervene
The examination is set to take place on March 5, but some students are requesting a delay due to extended academic cycles and the COVID-19 pandemic
#WhatTheFAQ: Pfizer India announces paternal leaves! Is India becoming more inclusive?
With the changing times, paternity leave has been recognised as important and the trend of such policies has seen growth. Here's what this means
Students, parents fall ill after eating food at school event in Kerala
A spate of incidents, allegedly due to food poisoning, have been reported from the state in the last two weeks
Uttar Pradesh teacher booked for writing love letter to Class VIII student
As the matter came to light, District Basic Shiksha Adhikari (BSA) Kaustubh Singh suspended the teacher
Government can’t dictate fee for unaided private educational institutes, rules Karnataka HC amidst opposition from parents
Parents seek to challenge the ruling claiming it sets a "bad precedent" and takes away their ability to complain about fee increases while also eliminating safety regulations for children
Wall collapse on school campus in Coimbatore causes concern among parents
The wall was destroyed in the recent rains and collapsed a few days ago and has not yet been repaired by authorities
Parents' Association of Ukraine MBBS Students (PAUMS) to start "Peaceful Hunger Strike" from tomorrow, July 21
This is not the first time the PAUMS is staging a protest, thrice they protested at Jantar Mantar, twice at National Medical Commission (NMC) and at Dwaraka, but to no avail
"Schools are like de-addiction centres now": What do students, teachers, parents and counsellors have to say about offline classes?
In gathering reactions from the schooling community, we zero in on the concerns and challenges facing them as regular schooling takes off in the COVID era
Why Malavika Banerjee doesn't feel the need to make the Kolkata Literary Meet 'different'
"I read faster on the Kindle because you can adjust the font size," says Malavika Banerjee, Director, Kolkata Literary Meet
Necessary evil or menace? Understanding why coaching centres still thrive despite suicides, mental health issues
Parents continue to feel the need for enrolling their wards into coaching institutes and students too, despite being aware of the stress, sign up
Karnataka: Parents, students oppose public exams for Classes V and VIII. Here's why
Education Minister Nagesh had earlier clarified that public exams for Class V and Class VIII students are conducted to improve children's learning capacity
NCPCR says BYJU'S 'bought' cell phone numbers to threaten kids, parents; issues summons to Byju Raveendran
The commission has issued a statement based on a news report published last week, alleging that BYJU'S indulges in malpractices to sell their product and is financially exploiting its customers
Coach Calling: Decoding different parenting styles and protective instincts
A quarrel between two UKG students in Bengaluru went on to involve parents and the matter reached the police as well. How much parenting is too much parenting?
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