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Technology will have an important role to play in getting GER to 50% by 2035: IIT-M Director Bhaskar Ramamurthi

The panel examined the new education policy and the role technology can play in it by bringing quality education to a wider audience of students
 

Published on 8th August 2020
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Be the Marpu: How this Hyderabad youth's NGO served 16,000 meals during the COVID lockdown

Marpu Foundation is a Hyderabad-based organisation that believes in the transformational power of the youth and engages them to change the world. We find out about the various activities they do

Published on 8th August 2020
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How this Warangal student is crowdsourcing textbooks for underprivileged kids and counselling them too

All Vikhil Prabha is doing is being the best helping hand he can be. He dreams of building a school and helping out kids in a small hamlet called Chenchugudem. This is how he going about doing it

Published on 8th August 2020
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Andhra Pradesh government to redesign and condense school syllabus by 30-40 per cent 

The AP Gov't has decided that students of Classes 1-8 won’t have any exams, and will be assessed on their internal projects and class participation, but students of Classes 9 and 10 will have exams 

Published on 8th August 2020
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We need a lot more Indian history in our textbooks: Why Panipat producer Rohit Shelatkar wants a revamp in our curriculum  

He also talks about lessons learnt during the lockdown, why looking back into our historical data can help and how India can get its health back on track post-pandemic

Published on 7th August 2020
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Will never forget the first time I looked in his eyes: Why Shaaz Jung, the man behind viral black panther photo, will always remember Saya

We spoke to Shaaz Jung, the man behind the lens who captured the majestic black panther, Saya, to know more about his adventures tracking the melanistic leopard

Published on 6th August 2020
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How EcoEdu is giving students the academic brush with nature our colleges and schools so desperately need 

Ulhas Anand, the co-founder of EcoEdu speaks about their activities on nature  that are not just limited to group discussions but include actual field visits that keep the children intrigued

Published on 6th August 2020
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In Priyanka's sights: This visually impaired teacher is determined to clear CET after acing NET, KSET

Priyanka Patoli is a 25-year-old visually-impaired woman who has cleared several competitive exams to become an assistant professor. She speaks about the challenges in accessing the study materials 

Published on 6th August 2020
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Coming of Ram Rajya means the implementation of the Indian Constitution: Subramanian Swamy

Swamy was in conversation with TNIE Editorial Director Prabhu Chawla, Prof Kapil Kapoor, Chairman, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies and Dr Kuldeep Ratnoo, Director, India Policy Foundation

Published on 4th August 2020
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Subramanian Swamy: Ambedkar was the finest Ram Bhakt and spokesperson of Hindutva

Ambedkar was the most articulate spokesperson of Hindutva but Nehru made him bitter over the years. I respect him a lot, added Swamy on TNIE's e-expressions

Published on 4th August 2020
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This visually-impaired Mumbaikar is giving financial lessons to the disabled. Here's why it's awesome

Rahul Kelapure came to Mumbai after Class XII for better opportunities and accessibility. Now, he is ensuring that he gives back to the society what it gave him in equal measure. This is his story

Published on 4th August 2020
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Just a girl who travels: How this 32-year-old digital nomad gave up her job, her home to explore the world

Shivya Nath tells us about her innumerable adventures as she travels around the world solo, blogs about it and even has written a book on

Published on 3rd August 2020
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Why self-study is essential for inculcating the habit of finding answers 

Self-learning is probably the single most important skill for a successful life. Regardless of whatever hallowed portals one has studied in, one will never know everything one has to

Published on 3rd August 2020
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This is how Snigdha Mutha quit her job to tell children stories that they can learn from

Snigdha Mutha knows exactly how to weave a story that captivates toddlers. How? She is a seasoned teacher, that's how. We find out how she is putting this skill to good use via her online workshops  

Published on 3rd August 2020
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Meet the young conservationist who is campaigning to conserve Karnataka's grasslands

Why must we conserve grasslands in India from being lost? Shruti Suresh, a wildlife conservationist and research fellow, tells us about the need to expand our textbooks to focus on the environment

Published on 3rd August 2020

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