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COVID-19 severely hampered reading, counting abilities of children in Bengal: Survey

The survey was conducted among 11,189 children across 17 districts of the state in December 2021

Published on 10th February 2022
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ASER 2021 report: Enrollments high, reading and arithmetic levels drop and everything else about students of Chhattisgarh

A decline was found in children's foundational arithmetic ability as well when compared with the levels it touched in the year 2018

Published on 26th January 2022
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Almost 40 per cent of Indian kids are opting for private tuitions, reveal ASER report

According to the report, along with the increase in enrolment in government schools, there has also been a considerable rise in the number of children dependent on private tuitions

Published on 18th November 2021
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Enrollment in Karnataka schools increased by almost 10 per cent, finds ASER survey

As many as 76,606 households in 17,814 villages were covered under the survey of which 4841 households in Karnataka were surveyed

Published on 18th November 2021
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Amid pandemic, enrollment in government school rise by 5 per cent, dips by 4 per cent in private schools: ASER survey

Reading closely, it was noted that the share of children in government schools rose from 64.3 per cent in 2018 to 65.8 per cent in 2020 to 70.3 per cent in 2021

Published on 17th November 2021
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Three students came up with an idea to keep women safe and it'll 'shock' you

Guardian is the name of the product which is essentially a vest that can be worn by women at all times. But in times of need, this vest will send a jolt down anyone's spine who tries something creepy

Published on 11th August 2021
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Over 60% children enrolled in schools receive family support to attend online classes, have access to smartphones: ASER report 

The survey explores the provision of and access to distance education mechanisms and the ways in which children and families are engaging with these remote learning alternatives from their homes

Published on 29th October 2020
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Indian scientists at IISER measure Van der Waals force using optical tweezers constructed from lasers

VdW is of ubiquitous nature with its manifestations found all around us — starting from how a gecko sticks to a wall to how rainwater accumulated on a canopy falls down

Published on 27th September 2019
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Significant decline in enrolment in elementary schools by 2040, says Economic Survey 2019

The first Economic Survey of the Narendra Modi-led NDA government's second tenure has been tabled in the Parliament just one day before the Union Budget 2019

Published on 4th July 2019
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IIT Madras Researchers generate Lasers from Carrots, in a first globally

This Natural and Biocompatible system has immense potential applications in Scientific and Industrial Research on Bio-imaging, Optical Spectroscopy & Sensing

Published on 4th February 2019

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