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UP government sets up 'Arogya Vatikas' in schools, encourages them to grow medicinal plants

The idea was popularised by local journalist Sudhir Mishra who has been running a campaign to create such gardens in parks, police stations, schools and other places

Published on 13th October 2021

Save the date: Centre for Japanese Language and host of other inaugurations lined up at KIIT and KISS 

Esteemed guests like Satoshi Suzuki, Ambassador of Japan to India and Harsh Vardhan Shringla, Foreign Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India will be present

Published on 13th October 2021

Children should learn about ecological significance of jumbos, says study

The research study by Medha Nayak and Pranaya Kumar Swain was published in international journal Human Dimensions of Wildlife

Published on 10th October 2021

IFS officers work tirelessly to advance our national interests: Jaishankar

IFS is the body of career diplomats, serving in more than 162 Indian Diplomatic Missions and International Organisations around the world

Published on 9th October 2021

Letters to KCR: These school students wrote to Telangana's CM asking him to help with the restoration of Hyderabad's lakes

Class IV and V students of Glendale Academy International, Bandlaguda have written several letters to the CM K Chandrashekar Rao. Read on to find out what they say

Published on 8th October 2021

Piyush Goyal: Trying to include education as a key sector of cooperation in FTA talks. What does this mean?

India is negotiating trade pacts with the UK, Australia, the UAE, Canada and others and getting education included could mean major changes for international students

Published on 8th October 2021

Will ruin lives of 1.3 lakh students: Four organisations file PIL against making Kannada a mandatory subject in colleges 

The petitioners have also stated that the government order does not specify as how the syllabus for Kannada language will be structured for those students from Karnataka who are from CBSE, ICSE etc

Published on 8th October 2021

This Bengaluru parent started an online petition to reopen schools for lower grades. Here's why

In the petition, Nazrin Balan states that since Karnataka has a low COVID-19 infection rate, the government can afford to allow schools to reopen for lower grades as well

Published on 6th October 2021

Seven-year-old Aadhyaa became the first Indian to win the Children's Peace Image of the Year. Here's how she did it

The Children’s Peace Image of the Year is an international photo competition for young people, conducted by the Global Peace Photo Award

Published on 6th October 2021

Now, Karnataka team to visit TN to study how to include eggs in mid day meals for school children

A total of Rs 3953.14 lakh expenditure for the egg scheme will be borne by the central government under its flexifund component. The department is still working out the vegetarian alternative for egg

Published on 5th October 2021

Australia to prioritise international students now, won't welcome international tourists until 2022

Fears include the fact that students would enrol in other countries unless Australia loosens its restrictions and starts allowing international students to enter

Published on 5th October 2021
Kannada is mandatory for all the under graduate students (Picture: Edexlive)

With Kannada now compulsory for engineering students, are there enough teachers available?

The engineering students will be allocated 50 marks for Kannada in the internal exams and 50 in the end semester exams bringing it to the total of 100 marks and earn one credit point for the same

Published on 4th October 2021

First-year students in Tamil Nadu can now go to college from October 4

Director of Collegiate Education C Poornachandran on Thursday sent a letter to all Regional Joint Directors and Principals of all Arts and Science colleges in the state

Published on 1st October 2021

Gandhi with Gen Z: How this institute in Tamil Nadu is taking the Mahatma's thoughts, teachings forward

From mandatory Gandhian Thought classes to rural internships, The Gandhigram Rural Institute in Dindigul has been offering an alternative look at education since 1956

Published on 2nd October 2021

As reopening looms in Kerala, schools who sold off buses during lockdown scramble to buy them back

Ernakulam District School Trip Drivers Association are getting back its lost members, the majority of them are now in other jobs after their livelihood took a downturn by prolonged school closure

Published on 1st October 2021

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