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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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Think less, think right: Sister Shivani on how to ease mental health woes during the pandemic

Sister Shivani was in conversation with Prabhu Chawla and Kaveree Bamzai during E-Expressions

Published on 25th July 2020
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Teenagers, all the questions you were uncomfortable to ask are answered on TeenBook. Check it out

Started by two mothers, TeenBook's portal offers to talk about various topics that concern teenagers in a friendly and colloquial manner and allows them to contribute as well. Check it out now

Published on 25th July 2020
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Leave them teachers alone! Here's why students should always respect and value their teachers

The Coach weighs in on why students have a responsibility to value and respect their teachers, regardless of peer pressure

Published on 25th July 2020
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This sibling duo's start-up uses AI-enabled technology to assess student abilities to help better evaluation 

Edu-WUDI evaluates the skills and interests of students outside of the set curriculum to allow them to understand their personal preferences

Published on 24th July 2020
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JFME starts Change.org campaign to urge Modi to cancel exams for final years

The teachers are also set to protest the next week, both offline and online to protest the online exams for the final year students

Published on 23rd July 2020
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This 16-year-old DPS student has built a website where you can find Indian alternatives to Chinese apps

Swadeshi Tech was launched on June 12 to allow by the Delhi Public School student to help people find helpful platforms that are made in India

Published on 23rd July 2020
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MCQ not a feasible option, cannot test analytical skills: Academicians on exams during COVID 

The UGC officials, however, maintained that over 6,000 universities in the country have already conducted exams for final year students or are planning to conduct them

Published on 23rd July 2020
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How Encovate is helping hospitality professionals skill up during the pandemic downtime

Subhra Banerjee, the founder of the learning platform Encovate speaks about how the pandemic has helped them explore new opportunities in the hospitality sector and why blended learning is essential

Published on 22nd July 2020
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DU Teachers to hold physical protest outside Delhi Vidhan Sabha on July 27 despite pandemic. Here's why

The Directorate of Education of the Delhi Government on March 25 sanctioned Rs 40.75 crore as the third instalment of grants to 12 colleges which are fully funded by the Delhi Government

Published on 22nd July 2020
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Florida Governor sued over school reopening amid pandemic as cases rapidly rise in the state

With cases - now more than 355,000 in total - increasing by over 10,000 daily for the last six consecutive days and death toll topping 5,000, Florida has emerged as a new global epicentre

Published on 21st July 2020
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Study suggests how educators can improve children's cognitive abilities through art

Children's paintings also serve as crucial artefacts of their perceptions, as they contain the sum of what children see as "essential"

Published on 19th July 2020
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Are school mergers feasible or desirable? Let's find out!

With 18% of the nation’s school-going population, Uttar Pradesh has less than 14% of India’s teachers. The average number of students per school varies from 65 in Meghalaya to over 1,000 in Chandigarh

Published on 18th July 2020
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This DU professor's viral post explains how an increase in students' marks in board exams is a symptom of a faulty education system

Itisha Nagar, an assistant professor of psychology at Kamala Nehru College uses a psychology experiment to assess an increasing number of toppers in the CBSE exam

Published on 18th July 2020
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How e-education is forcing almost 43 per cent of children with disabilities to drop out

ccording to the survey, 56.5 per cent of children with disabilities were struggling yet attending classes irregularly, while 77 per cent of students said they would not be able to cope 

Published on 18th July 2020

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