• Search results for english
Image Title
IGNOU_BEd

Kerala: This device made of biodegradable plastic can help visually-impaired students learn English

Earlier, a single wooden device was used in one class and all students had to use it for learning. Akshi is a 3x3 grid device made of biodegradable plastic

Published on 15th April 2022
Copy_of_Copy_of_Odisha_Schools_reopening_(1)

Who is Harsh Mander? Why is this apex child rights body seeking NCERT's explanation over including a story by him in textbooks?

When raids were conducted by Enforcement Directorate at Mander's office and home, many activists and intellectuals had condemned the raids 

Published on 5th April 2022
1519801120910

Cambridge University Press and Bharath Institute of Higher Education & Research enter strategic partnership

The centre will explore academic and research-publishing initiatives for faculty members and students

Published on 11th February 2022
More than 3,000 teachers have been trained in the Master Coach programme (Pictures: Quest Alliance)

US Consulate partners with Bengal Education Department to train English teachers

This is for the first time that the US Consulate in Kolkata is directly working with the West Bengal School Education Department

Published on 11th February 2022
CBSE exams

Another controversial question makes its appearance in CBSE question paper; Priyanka Gandhi calls it "unbelievable"

The CBSE has said that experts' opinion will be considered in the matter, and appropriate action will be taken to protect the interest of the students

Published on 13th December 2021
OU_DE

OU relaxes eligibility criteria for distance learning courses in a bid to encourage more people to pursue higher education

The last date of application is December 15. Here are all the dates, links and details you need to know about the programme

Published on 7th December 2021
Copy_of_Copy_of_100%_cut-off

This conference is all about the new needs, demands and trends of teaching English in India

The English Language Teachers’ Association of India (ELTAI), founded in 1969 by late Padmashri S Natarajan, is the largest network of English language teachers in the country

Published on 20th November 2021
National_education_policy

Will making Kannada compulsory under NEP widen the urban-rural divide? Lecturers weigh in 

Even as an optional, students would choose a skill-based course over language, as the latter would not be seen as a value addition in terms of employment, said another lecturer

Published on 16th October 2021
maxresdefault_(4)

Learn English in IPL Medium! How this language trainer's YouTube videos can amp up your vocab

We speak to Vigneshwaran M, a former engineer turned English language trainer, about how he is building a video series that can help the layperson learn the Queen's language

Published on 22nd September 2021
Column_Cards(10)

English Blues: From doomscrolling to truthiness, how new words get absorbed into our vocabularies

From doomscrolling to truthiness, there are certain phenomena unique to this generation, and thus, we give birth to new terms and words to make sense of them. Here are a few in vogue these days

Published on 4th September 2021
Column_Cards(9)

English Blues: The prescriptivists and descriptivists: How old school are your grammar rules?

The main difference between these two schools of thought is that prescriptivists explain how language should be used and descriptivists describe how language is actually used

Published on 30th August 2021
Rayan

English Blues: American slang that has become part of our vocabulary

Ghosting ain't fun. We've all done it, and we've all had it done to us. Where does the term come from though? And what are some other slangs that have become a part of daily conversation?

Published on 13th August 2021
Column_Cards(4)

English Blues: The Misnomer connundrum and how to combat it

Some words and phrases put our heads in a spin, indicating something, and meaning something else altogether

Published on 6th August 2021
Column_Cards_(2)

English Blues: No child's play: decoding the nuances of ‘with’

One of the most frequestly used words in the English language has a multitude of bewildering uses. Here's a list of ALL of them, and how not to get them all muddled up

Published on 31st July 2021
Column_Cards(6)

English Blues: Understanding the difference between each other and one another

A look at the thin lines we tread between "each other" and "one another" and if a faux pas among them can lead to some serious miscommunication 

Published on 26th July 2021

Search results 1 - 15 of 119