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This primary school teacher from Nagapattinam won a national-level teaching contest. Here's why you should be inspired

Cassandra Maria Fernandez won the XSEED Super Teacher Search, a first-of-its-kind talent discovery programme, at a glittering grand finale held in Chennai recently 

Published on 3rd September 2019
Naropa Fellowship Convocation

Vision is to remove major barriers in Ladakh's education system: HE Thuksey Rinpoche at Naropa Fellowship Convocation

This was the first convocation of the one-year-long fellowship that trains students in entrepreneurial and leadership skills. As many as 52 fellows from across the country got their certificates

Published on 27th August 2019
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Coping with gender oddity of students: How schools are adopting a gender-inclusive curriculum to prevent bullying

Educators, who for centuries have divided students into boys and girls, are now figuring out better ways to address students who are non-binary, gender fluid and gender non-conforming

Published on 29th June 2019
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Education has to be freed from the clutches of self-interest groups: Vineet Nayar

We need to make teachers the part of the solution rather treat them as the problem, says the ex-VC and CEO of HCL Technologies and Founder Chairperson of Sampark Foundation

Published on 24th June 2019
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Should there be a way to examine the examiners? The debate is still on

Before the practice of examiners sitting in collective spaces such as school halls, examiners were allowed to take the answer sheets home and evaluate them at their convenience

Published on 6th May 2019
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Why every Class IX student should check out the exclusive Math learning app MindZu

Launched in January 2019, it is a personalised Math learning app for class IX students. It is aligned to the CBSE curriculum

Published on 8th March 2019
Bibek Debroy Interview

The Bibek Debroy Interview: Today's students are willing to break the law but don't want to face the consequences

He is an economist who has immense knowledge of Indian epics. He learnt Sanskrit in his 40s and is now a pundit in that field. Bibek Debroy speaks about today's students, educational research and more

Published on 20th February 2019
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Hindus taking the legal route instead of violence for Ram Temple is a tribute to Hinduism: Subramanian Swamy

 Swamy claimed that the educational system is biased and hampers nationalism.  

Published on 13th February 2019
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We must end the colonial hangover in educational system: Amish Tripathi

Refusing to dismiss this as a harmless one-off case, Amish Tripathi pointed out real-world effects of the colonial hangover such as Indian architects’ newfound affinity for glass buildings

Published on 14th February 2019
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Here's how Bengaluru-based Sneha Care Home is trying to bring positivity into the lives HIV positive kids  

Sneha Care Home has been working to help HIV positive children better their lives. We talk to the Director of the institute to find out more 

Published on 29th January 2019
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What I learnt growing up as a gay person in the Indian education system

If we are able to teach young Indians to respect all genders and sexualities instead of leaving them to learn from slyly accessed porn clips, then we would have truly made progress

Published on 26th June 2018
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National Education Policy by end of 2018: Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar

While making the announcement, he refuted the allegations that the government was working to curtail the autonomy of IIMs and other institutes of eminence.

Published on 18th June 2018
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Why the First Bench in Chennai is the new cool in school 

Salai Arjun, the young and dynamic founder of this next-gen coaching prep enterprise, talks shop about the entrance exam market

Published on 14th June 2018
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Question purinjidha? How teaching English for an hour a day can help rural, small-town students do much better at NEET

Many students from backgrounds similar to Anitha's, who unlike her wrote the test in English, struggled not just because of the syllabus, but because the language of the questions confused them

Published on 3rd September 2017
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The Choice Based Credit System may cost these VTU students a year. Here's how they are hounding the authorities to help them stay out of trouble  

The students will take to the streets on August 18 protesting the potential year back 

Published on 8th August 2017

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