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National Achievement Survey: 78% school students found online learning to be "burdensome"

According to the report, the average achievement of schools in rural areas remained lower than the schools in urban areas in the same states/union territories 

Published on 26th May 2022
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Self-learning to define education post-pandemic? AP varsity is launching an online programme

Guntur district Collector Vivek Yadav said it was a visionary approach to offer UG and PG courses to students through Vignan University Online

Published on 21st 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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Here's how online learning affects children with special education needs

These recommendations are based on research with pediatric oncology patients, who suffered unique obstacles with online learning in the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 5th January 2022
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The Rural Conundrum: The struggle to take online education from India to Bharat

The commodification of education is not the only hurdle. The twin, interconnected issues of access and availability also play a major role in the lower adoption of online learning in rural areas

Published on 30th December 2021
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Artium Academy ropes in KS Chithra, Sonu Nigam among others to train students in music, both live and online

In September 2021, Ashish Joshi set up Artium Academy, an online music school, roping in a few big names, including Sonu Nigam, KS Chithra, Arun Sairam and Ananth Vaidyanathan

Published on 1st December 2021
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Toppr collaborates with municipal schools in Delhi to educate 12,500 underserved students

Through Asha, Toppr aims to systematically improve the performance of high school students from low-income families through the Toppr learning app, the company statement said

Published on 15th November 2021
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Why the online courses offered by Symbiosis may just be hard to beat in terms of costing  

Symbiosis Centre for Online Learning, or SCOL as it is referred to, draws upon the combined teaching experience of Symbiosis Skills and Professionals University and ATechnos

Published on 13th November 2021
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IIT Bombay is offering two new courses on Coursera. Here is what you need to know

Four-month-long digital transformation certification, with live lectures, designed for non-IT managers leading digital transformation initiatives  

Published on 26th October 2021
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Adivasi children in this Kerala village now have access to free Wi-Fi for online learning, courtesy PM's birthday

The minister said that people in the community can also perform all banking-related activities related digitally and it will also help the tribal community to be aware of the assistance available

Published on 1st October 2021
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Attention professionals: Now, you can get four Master's degrees from IIT Kanpur completely online. Here's how

The four eMasters programmes include: Communication Systems; Cybersecurity; Power Sector Regulation, Economics and Management; and Derivatives Market and Risk Management

Published on 29th September 2021
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Kerala start-up offers courses in vernacular languages

Avodha, a vernacular upskilling platform, is offering 20 courses in regional languages including Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada

Published on 4th September 2021
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Here's how educator Gaurav Garg's start-up StudyIQ grabbed YouTube's Diamond Play Button

With over 10 million subscribers for which they recently won the Diamond Play Button Award, Study IQ has been offering entrance exams training online since way before the pandemic

Published on 27th July 2021
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Ed-tech platform BYJU's acquires Singapore-based Great Learning for $600M

The move combines BYJU'S leadership in education technology and content with Great Learning's expertise in upskilling for students and professionals

Published on 26th July 2021
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59.2 per cent children use smartphones for messaging, only 10.1 per cent for online learning, finds NCPCR study

30.2 per cent of the children of all age groups (8 to 18 years) already possess their own smartphones and use the same for all purposes

Published on 25th July 2021

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