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Around 75% of government school toilets in 15 states are unhygienic: CAG audit

The CAG audit examined the records pertaining to the construction of toilets by these seven CPSEs and also conducted a physical survey of a sample of 2,695 toilets across 2,048 schools in 15 states

Published on 24th September 2020
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Afghan children have 'learned little or nothing' during the pandemic: NGO report

The report by Save the Children NGO said that kids from the poorest households have missed out the most on education and face the highest risk of violence at home

Published on 14th September 2020
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These two Hyderabadi boys are taking drama to new heights through their videos

Have you ever caught a video on The Drama Flick? Trust us when we tell you that once you do, you just can't stay away. Meet the guys who are behind this awesome channel 

Published on 13th September 2020
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This two years fellowship by i-Saksham is changing the face of education for children in Bihar

Divya Sharma of i-Saksham tell us more about their fellowship programme meant to train youngsters who in turn teach other kids. This has helped them change the face of education in Bihar

Published on 6th September 2020
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More important to teach girls than boys: Here's how Jharkhand's Smith Kumar Soni is fighting human trafficking, child marriage

We spoke to Smith Kumar Soni, who is an elementary school teacher in Jharkhand's Simdega district to know more about his fight to educate every single girl child

Published on 5th September 2020
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From students brushing teeth to eating 'parathas': Online classes a tool for harassing teachers in UP

In Baghpat, policemen are now probing a case of indiscipline by two students and their subsequent thrashing by a woman school teacher

Published on 3rd September 2020
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Three years on, youth from Anitha’s village who protested for her, struggle for jobs, admission due to FIRs

S Maniratinam, Anitha’s elder brother told us that at least 15-20 people from the village of Kuzhumur had FIRs in their names, including dozens of others outside the village, in Ariyalur

Published on 2nd September 2020
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Step aside TikTok. This app by Hyderabadi boys is hunting for talent. Show 'em what you got

Showcase your talent on the Ador app and you might win big. Cash prizes or even a shot at the movie the founders of the app are planning to make soon. Wondering what we are talking about? Read on

Published on 2nd September 2020
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This 17-year-old from New Delhi is using her Computer Science skills to help women in Maharashtra and the Northeast

Through Vigyanit Foundation, Anushree Aggarwal helps SHGs and their children by mentoiring and skilling them while putting her Computer Science skills to good use. Read her inspiring story here

Published on 1st September 2020
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How these four TN students developed a sanitisation robot to disinfect containment zones remotely

CooRo has been built using spare parts from junkyards to prevent sanitisation workers from entering containment zones unnecessarily

Published on 30th August 2020
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What will happen to small, rural colleges if they're forced to merge, as detailed in the NEP?

The NEP wants to end the fragmentation of higher education by transforming HEIs into large multidisciplinary universities, college and HEI clusters. What will this do to small colleges?

Published on 28th August 2020
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78 percent parents don't mind if children have to skip school year due to pandemic: Survey

Parents in Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and mini-metros are even more concerned as between 82-86 percentare unwilling to take any risk with the children

Published on 28th August 2020
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Nearly 80 per cent of Indian parents don't want their kids to go back to school this year: Study

For at least the younger children to have a proper online class, the parents need to be there to ensure the infrastructural facilities at home are adequate and working properly

Published on 27th August 2020
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Beyond Bhangra: How documentary series The Project Punjab puts the spotlight on their forgotten folk dances

In a bid to discover folk dance forms of Punjab, that are not restricted to Bhangra, Rajveer Kaur took up this project and travelled to remote parts of the state for it. Check out their story 

Published on 27th August 2020
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How Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana is empowering the women of tomorrow to find their way

Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana's Smart Girl workshops follow six modules over two days to enable and empower girls aged 14 to 23

Published on 23rd August 2020

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