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RIP Professor Rajani: A dramatist, a Himalayan bibliophile and a gentleman from MCC

An English professor, Rajani is remembered for his plays, friendships and a kind heart. He was 79 at the time of his death

Published on 7th August 2020
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COVID has redefined education and highlighted the need for interdisciplinary knowledge: Jamia VC Najma Akhtar

Prof Najma Akhtar was speaking at the Conclave on Transformational Reforms in Higher Education at a session on Holistic, Multidisciplinary and Futuristic Education

Published on 7th August 2020
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COVID has shown us why we definitely need the NEP to make India Aatmanirbhar

In India, the teaching profession is considered to be a not-so-hectic job, as there is an absence of a system which trains and evaluates a teacher. That should change on priority

Published on 5th August 2020
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Recruitment scandal hits JNU again, teachers accuse VC of appointing Associate Professor who was not shortlisted for interview

The University put out the list of 13 shortlisted candidates on June 30 who were scheduled to sit for an interview on July 16. Dr Shuchi Yadav did not feature in it

Published on 31st July 2020
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Chennai's DOT School of Design to offer up to 75% scholarship to undergrad students who clear their CQ Test

DOT has expert faculty, they bring in industry experts to train students, have well-equipped studios and workshops and a lot more to offer aspiring designers

Published on 31st July 2020
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How the anganwadis in Karnataka's Chikkaballapur are now vibrant, artsy centres of learning that kids will love

Fouzia Taranum's initiatives speaks a lot about how she worked to improve the condition of Anganwadi centres and impart education in the formative years of children's lives in the process

Published on 27th July 2020
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The Pa Ranjith interview: On women empowerment, a transgender actor’s question that haunts him and being a Beyonce fan

We spoke to Director Pa Ranjith about his new platform that offers workshops and employment opportunities to aspiring women and transgender filmmakers and why he thinks this is crucial

Published on 25th July 2020
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XLRI's two campuses to begin new academic session from August

The Jamshedpur and Delhi campuses are two entities of XLRI - One Institutional Brand that will be overseen by a common Board of Governors

Published on 24th July 2020
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Half the students in private schools cannot read a paragraph, say study: Is sending your kids there ensuring good education?

The report focuses on the learning outcomes of the schools and the compilation of the data shows something very interesting

Published on 22nd July 2020
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If alive, Siras would have laughed when SC decriminalised Section 377: Anish Gawande on translating the gay AMU professor's poems

Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras, a Marathi professor at the Aligarh Muslim University was humiliated and suspended for being gay. He died by suicide 10 years ago
 

Published on 22nd July 2020
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How Haroon Kareem became the first student in Kerala to write his 10th standard SSLC examination on a computer

Using his coding ability and growing ambition, visually impaired Haroon Kareem becomes the first student in Kerala to write his exams on a computer as opposed to using a scribe

Published on 22nd July 2020
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Migrant workers turn to agriculture, start own businesses as lockdowns end, find career counsellors as support

The question varied from job search to getting back to their workplace safe to even mental health issues and the AVSAR is helping them find an answer

Published on 19th July 2020
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Taking teaching online: Is pre-recorded content the way to initiate e-learning in rural India?

Can the e-learning process work in rural areas as well? Shveta Raina, the Founder and CEO of Talerang tells us how they are helping bridge that gap

Published on 21st July 2020
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How DU students' dreams have taken a COVID hit: I will lose an entire year and admission to top foreign varsities

The to and fro and the indecision of the Delhi University about conducting exams or finding a way to evaluate the terminal year students during the pandemic has cost many students their dreams

Published on 15th July 2020
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The mystery behind Delhi University's online exam failure and who's managing their site

What does it take to build a portal that can take traffic load of lakhs of students logging in at the same time and conduct a seamless exam?

Published on 11th July 2020

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