• Search results for online classes
Image Title

TN govt says that offline classes in schools are optional for students 

Also, it was via a notification on January 3 that the Government of Tamil Nadu disallowed play and nursery schools to function

Published on 13th January 2022

Following over 100 cases of COVID-19, College of Engineering Trivandrum declared a cluster

All students except those from other states have been asked to vacate their rooms at the hostel

Published on 13th January 2022

IIT Hyderabad reports 120 new COVID cases; online classes also suspended

MBBS and PG students in Gandhi Medical College and Osmania General Hospital are also reporting a spike in COVID-19 infections

Published on 13th January 2022

With parents in Jharkhand refusing to pay fees for online classes, private schools demand reopening from Jan 16

Jharkhand gov't, on January 3, directed closure of educational institutions while giving permission for only administrative activities at 50 per cent attendance to curb rapid spread of COVID-19

Published on 12th January 2022

Village schools, activity-based learning and other alternatives to online edu Karnataka teachers, experts swear by

With a lack of chalk and board method, there was a need for alternative methods of pedagogy — and the 2020 pandemic gave birth to Math Mela, a hands-on activity-based Math learning class

Published on 8th January 2022

Fearing falling back on online classes, rural private schools propose alternatives to Karnataka govt 

By such alternative measures, they believe children would be spared from being left out of education and they requested that these issues be discussed by the cabinet

Published on 7th January 2022

Schools and colleges in Odisha to remain shut till February 1, but only these students have exemption to go physically 

The state of Odisha is seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases, as are many other states in the country, owing to the Omicron variant

Published on 7th January 2022

Kerala's Education Dept offers no specs regarding half-yearly exams in renewed exam manual. What do schools do?

Schools in the state have found the completion of the syllabus difficult since the classes resumed offline only in November. How will schools go about their exam process?

Published on 6th January 2022

Schools in rural Karnataka fear another era of online classes; rue learning loss and lack of preparation

The DPI has instructed schools in Bengaluru and in other districts (where all classes are to be continued offline) to follow the COVID guidelines issued by the DSERT

Published on 5th January 2022

West Bengal shuts all schools indefinitely, asks teachers to switch back to online classes till COVID cases reduce again

As more and more states begin shutting campuses, Bengal is the latest to resort to the shutting of schools

Published on 3rd January 2022

Pune: 13 students of engineering college test COVID-positive, institute goes back to online classes

A group of 25 students, who underwent COVID tests, were part of a team which was preparing for a national-level competition. Thirteen of them were positive and all were vaccinated against Coronavirus

Published on 27th December 2021

TN Govt Doctors' Association urge CM Stalin to shut schools and colleges, warn of rapid Omicron spread

The association asked the govt to stockpile all the essential medical infrastructure to handle emergency situations; including Oxygen cylinders, PPE kits for healthcare professionals and medicines

Published on 27th December 2021

Yet another student in Telangana dies by suicide after Inter Exam results, death toll rises to 6

The exams were conducted despite protests from parents and students. Results were announced last week, where 51% of the students failed

Published on 23rd December 2021

Whopping 98.2 per cent of students across India prefer offline classes to online classes: New survey

The survey was conducted by NISA and TRSMA to understand the impact of COVID on school students and the loss in learning and understanding of the syllabus 


Published on 15th December 2021

Whopping 98% of KV students have partial or full access to some digital device for online classes: Education Minister

The Education Minister also highlighted how the Ministry of Education has taken many initiatives like One Class One Channel of SWAYAM PRABHA to impart education through TV for hearing impaired student

Published on 2nd December 2021

Search results 30 - 45 of 229