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Pre-primary education played 'protective' role against COVID learning losses, finds new study 

The research was undertaken by a team from the University of Cambridge, Addis Ababa University and the Ethiopian Policy Studies Institute

Published on 16th February 2022
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VBU students demand hostels to be open, exams to be held online after a study-from-home year

The protest on February 15 saw hundreds of students, mostly first years, protest at the central office and the proctor's office

Published on 16th February 2022
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Concern for students studying in Ukraine rises after Indian embassy asks them to consider leaving ‘temporarily’

This is what parents of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat are doing to ensure that their children studying in Ukraine come back to India safe and sound

Published on 16th February 2022
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TN students are looking to study abroad in greater numbers, options like Singapore gaining popularity

There are many parents who are choosing not to send their children too far away as the pandemic is still far from over hence, Singapore is now a popular option 

Published on 16th February 2022
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Australia's Maitri initiatives equivalent to Rhodes Fulbright: Trade Minister Dan Tehan

The Australian Foreign Minister also announced a series of new initiatives to boost the education and cultural ties between Australia and India
 

Published on 12th February 2022
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This study by IIT Jodhpur researchers furthers our understanding of COVID-19 RNA variations 

Using Illumina, which is a sequencing platform, the research team at IIT Jodhpur studied intra-host Single Nucleotide Variations (iSNV)

Published on 10th February 2022
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Medical students studying in China stuck in India due to travel restrictions, Delhi HC seeks centre's stand on their plea  

The counsel, appearing on behalf of the students, argued that the career of about 18,000 students is at stake as they have been stuck in India because of the restrictions imposed by China

Published on 10th February 2022
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Mizoram Governor felicitates farmer's daughter for bagging scholarship to study in Asian University for Women in Bangladesh

The 18-year-old student from Thingsul village in Aizawl district was recently awarded the $375,000 scholarship by global agrotech company Syngenta Group

Published on 10th February 2022
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Meet the 35-year-old from K'taka who escaped the Devadasi system and is now doing her PhD on social inclusion of Devadasi youth 

Manjula Telagade has always been passionate about education and this has been her driving factor through all these years. Here's her motivational story 

Published on 7th February 2022
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Maharashtra Governor urges govt to reopen over 3,000 study centres under human development programme

The governor praised the participation of former Army personnel in the Eco Battalion for plantation and conservation of tress to increase the forest cover in Aurangabad

Published on 4th February 2022
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E-passports to be rolled out from next year. What does it mean for students studying abroad?

The digital passports will function with the help of an embedded chip and are expected to facilitate smooth international travel

Published on 1st February 2022
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Study reveals that 46 per cent of girls below the age of 15 are anaemic in India

As far as global numbers are concerned, anaemia affects as many as 1.62 billion people across the world. This corresponds to 24.8 per cent of the population

Published on 26th January 2022
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Kerala's Student Police Cadets set up fourth study centre for tribal kids, as pandemic doesn't show signs of relenting 

The latest study centre is designed to act as a career studio that will also raise awareness against social issues

Published on 24th January 2022
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Bengal's primary, pre-primary students may soon not be studying in classrooms. Here's why

The state's Education Department is in talks with the Secretariat, Nabanna, to chalk out plans to reopen schools once again, after they were shut on January 3 given a spike in COVID-19 cases

Published on 24th January 2022
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Delhi government to conduct a large-scale study to understand COVID pandemic impact on school children

Sisodia said that the Happiness Curriculum has played an important role in maintaining the mental and emotional well-being of students in Delhi government schools

Published on 22nd January 2022

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