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BYJU'S sets up EdTech subsidiary in Doha to create cutting-edge learning solutions 

QIA and BYJU'S will initially work together to set the stage for the MENA-focused online education business

Published on 28th March 2022
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To go online or not? BHU students divided over exam format. Here's what's happening on campus

While these students have demanded a complete online form of exams after online education, another section of students think that a postponement would be a better way forward

Published on 24th February 2022
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Educational institutions of J&K switch back to offline classes from today 

Rameshwar Mengi, Principal, Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Rajeev Nagar, shared that online education is no substitute for traditional schooling

Published on 14th February 2022
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These teachers in Kerala are taking education to the homes of tribal students

A good number of students do not have a mobile phone and, therefore, online education is an impossible dream for them

Published on 7th February 2022
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Report discusses how to prioritise child safety in a world that's increasingly going virtual

The report was launched at a roundtable that brought together players from gaming and mental health fields plus, officials from NCPCR and the Department of School Education

Published on 29th January 2022
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Central govt to formulate a model for reopening of schools shut in parts of the country due to COVID. This is how

Asserting that online education can never replace in-person education, Sisodia had said that his government had closed schools when it was not safe for children, but excessive caution is now harmful

Published on 27th January 2022
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Hybrid education is the future: HP India study sheds light on long term impact of online learning during the pandemic

With the spotlight on the digital divide, the respondents did not seem to think that learning loss had impacted them in any way, with students preferring online education due to time saved for hobbies

Published on 20th January 2022
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Indians spent 522 hours on online education, 738 hours on infotainment in pandemic year, finds report

Massive 56 per cent smartphone users enrolled for new online education programmes since the pandemic began 

Published on 11th October 2021
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Ministry of Education report says nearly 70% students didn't have access to digital devices in these Indian states

Among the better ranked states, UTs and Delhi with around 4% students without access to digital devices, Kerala 1.63% andTamil Nadu 14.51%. Some states have stated that they provided laptops 

Published on 8th October 2021
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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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