edex_works edex_works
  • Search results for Kerala Government
Image Title
Pinarayi_Vijayan_PTI_Photo

Kerala inaugurates county's first Digital University, to focus on postgraduate and research programmes

The university will also lead the Digital Transformation Initiatives announced by the Kerala government in the Budget 2021

Published on 21st February 2021
teamDelta

Kerala students develop application to support farmers manage crops and identify diseases

The six-member student team from Amal Jyothi College of Engineering won first place at Reboot Kerala, a hackathon organised by the Kerala government 

Published on 29th December 2020
EWS-Reservation-in-UPSC-Civil-Services-Examination

Kerala implements EWS reservation: Why are so many people criticising a national mandate?

The Kerala government's implementation of EWS reservation in KAS posts and educational institutions has been criticised by many

Published on 30th October 2020
edex2

Beating stigma with positivity: How Kerala's transgenders are carrying the state's education legacy forward

This year, eighteen transgender students passed the Kerala Government's Class XII equivalency examination. We spoke to three of them and understood their backstories

Published on 28th October 2020
Pinarayi_Vijayan_PTII

Kerala just transformed 34 of its government school buildings. More schools to get hi-tech classrooms

As part of the Kerala Government's 100-day project, the state's Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan inaugurated 34 new government school buildings on Wednesday

Published on 10th September 2020
edex11

Educating Kerala's most vulnerable: How the state's e-learning initiatives are on a mission to ensure accessibility to tribals and migrants

We take a closer look at the Kerala government's carefully crafted online education platform that attempts to incorporate students from all social circles into the programme

Published on 17th June 2020
oinline-learning

Childhood will be lost: Advocacy group asks Kerala CM to stop online classes

The petition was filed by a Kochi-based advocacy group named Together We Can. The Kerala government schools had started online classes on June 1

Published on 9th June 2020
KOTA

Malayali students threaten to walk 2,600 km from Delhi to their homes in Kerala, if no special train is arranged  

Around 300 students will apparently start a 2,600 kilometre-long-journey on foot in the next couple of days if the Kerala government fails to arrange a special train

Published on 16th May 2020
covid_tracker

This group of data geeks joined forces to set up Kerala's most reliable COVID-19 tracker 

While the Kerala government does put up daily updates on the number of cases, this tracker provides additional information like gender, age and location, and is easy to use

Published on 31st March 2020
tn-12th-books

Books washed away in floods? Kerala Government to replace them for free

The Kerala government's General Education Department has decided to replace books and study materials for the flood victims

Published on 15th August 2019
Reservation

Kerala government demands income certificate for EWS quota, medical aspirants in despair

Students from the state have demanded a revision in the criteria being followed by the Kerala Government so that they match with that of northern states

Published on 8th July 2019
avanthika

Meet Avanthika, one of the two transgender students who is shaking things up at CMS College Kottayam

Under the Kerala government's new transgender reservation policy, Avanthika and Shana Navas got enrolled in CMS College

Published on 20th June 2019
Smart classes in schools

AI, robotics and smart classes: How KITE has tech-upgraded Kerala's government schools 

Anvar Sadath, the Executive Director of the initiative elaborates how the Kerala government is strengthening public schooling by turning government classrooms into state-of-the-art hi-tech ones

Published on 18th August 2018
ayurveda

Kerala government announces four Ayurveda hospitals in Thiruvananthapuram and other districts

The Kerala government decides to reconstitute its Higher Education Council and introduces various amendments

Published on 28th June 2017
Medical college students

Kerala's private medical colleges cry foul over Rs 5.5 lakh fee regulation, threaten to move court to double fees for MBBS course

After the Kerala government published a notification fixing the fees for self financing medical colleges at Rs 5.5 lakh, colleges are planning to go to the court for a solution

Published on 27th June 2017

Search results 1 - 15 of 133