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Welcome to Reason: Need students climb hill-tops for online lessons?

Online classes are both the demand and the need of the hour. But how huge is the gap between the haves and have-nots in terms of access to online education?

Published on 4th September 2021
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Student enrollment spikes in Uttar Pradesh after Yogi government's school makeover

The Uttar Pradesh government has initiated the Prerna Sarathi Campaign to give a boost to online education

Published on 3rd August 2021
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Online classes: 55% students in classes 4 to 12 report health issues like physical strain, eyesight troubles, backache and headache

The positive result of online education, however, is that both students and teachers have become tech savvy

Published on 25th July 2021
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Why India's EdTech boom will not be contained by the end of the COVID pandemic

The pandemic was a major boost to online education and with it, EdTech platforms. But what happens once institutions reopen? We find out

Published on 14th July 2021
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Lankan teachers released from forced COVID-19 isolation vow to carry on agitation 

The teachers said they would begin an indefinite strike against online education, citing lack of facilities to teach

Published on 17th July 2021
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Study finds 85 per cent university students suffered "learning loss" during the pandemic: Read to learn what that means

The survey tracked the impact of the pandemic on India's education system, marked the digital divide as one of the reasons, and measured that it might take three years to make up for lost ground

Published on 14th July 2021
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Yes, Minister! Kerala Education Minister V Sivankutty attends Chemistry class online with XII graders

Sivankutty had previously spoken about improving the quality of online education so that the students and teachers interact seamlessly

Published on 8th July 2021
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Tribal girl in Odisha sells mahua flowers to buy phone for online classes  

Unable to attend online classes, 15-year-old Sima Madkami collected mahua flowers from a nearby forest and sold them in the market to raise money for a smartphone. 

Published on 2nd July 2021
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Vaccinate students, extend funds and aid: SFI writes to Pokhriyal to help students during pandemic

SFI President VP Sanu said that the UGC might call online education a 'student centric' plan but it's not in favour of the students at all

Published on 31st May 2021
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Institutes must maintain quality education while adhering to COVID-19 safety measures: Pokhriyal

Union Education Minister recently chaired a meeting with directors of prominent institutes to review the status of COVID-19 management and online education

Published on 20th May 2021
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IIT Bhubaneswar completes semester examinations for 2020-21 despite setbacks from the pandemic

Last year in March 2020, before lockdown was announced, the institute switched to online education without any gap due to prior planning, innovations and execution, a senior official said

Published on 20th May 2021
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Edu Min Pokhriyal to hold virtual meeting with state education secys on May 17 to discuss COVID impact on education

In the virtual meeting, the minister will also review the promotion of online education and implementation of the New Education policy

Published on 15th May 2021
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New e-teaching app created for teachers to monitor students' learning 

The app, which can be employed both in schools and colleges, permits re-tuning the course material to the tastes of students

Published on 27th April 2021
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JGU partners with Coursera to offer three new master's degree programmes online

The new programmes include Master of Business Administration in Business Analytics, Master of Arts in International Relations, Security and Strategy, and Master of Arts in Public Policy

Published on 20th April 2021
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How this EdTech from Hyderabad wants to move beyond videos and make learning fun

Hyderabad-based Prateek Reddy Kondapally and Pallav Kumar deftly run Renlight Education and strongly believe that there is more than enough space for many EdTechs to exist and benefit one and all

Published on 7th April 2021

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