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How education was taken to the children from the Chenchu tribes in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh

Rural Development Trust (RDT) has been working in the Nallamala region for over a decade now and this is why they will continue working for the noble cause of education  

Published on 1st December 2021
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Maharashtra: What COVID-19 protocols are in place ahead of schools reopening?

Classes 1 to 4 in rural areas and Classes 1 to 7 in urban areas will be opened from December 1. These are the SOPs that are to be maintained

Published on 29th November 2021
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Waiting for years to get teaching jobs, teachers in Bihar storm Twitter with viral hashtag. What's next? 

At present, there are approximately 5,84,327 teachers in 89,224 schools across the state, of which 85 per cent teachers and 90 per cent schools are in rural areas

Published on 22nd November 2021
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POCSO case against principal of residential school for harassing Class 10 student

This follows a complaint by the Child Protection Officer of Yadgir. Yadgir-Rural Police had filed a FIR against the principal on November 11

Published on 13th November 2021
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NIT Warangal conducts awareness programme on JoSAA counseling, addresses admission process and choice filling

The director also informed that NIT Warangal is conducting this programme as a social responsibility to help the needy, especially those who are from a rural background

Published on 18th October 2021
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Mahabharata, Ramayana are research grounds in many other countries: Amitabh Shrivastav

In the workshop, Nimisha Gaur emphasised on exploring new opportunities in the media for rural students

Published on 11th October 2021
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Maharashtra: While visiting reopening schools, this district collector, mayor get emotional at their alma mater

Schools for Class 5 and above have reopened in rural areas of the state, while schools for Class 8 and above have opened up urban centres

Published on 4th October 2021
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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
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Gandhi with Gen Z: Here's what this Gandhian thinker thinks is ailing us as a society today, decades after independence

Avyakta is a Gandhian thinker who travels across states to different rural areas to impart the wisdom of the Mahatma to India's young 

Published on 2nd October 2021
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Chhattisgarh govt to introduce teachings of Mahatma Gandhi in school syllabus

The move is aimed at imparting education to children from Classes 5 to 12 in both urban and rural areas as per Gandhiji's thoughts and views

Published on 30th September 2021
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World Heart Day: Heart patients may now consult doctors via WhatsApp video call in Gurugram

This initiative of the health department will benefit people more living in rural areas as after consultation with the doctor, they can visit health centres, primary and community health centres

Published on 29th September 2021
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Bharat Bandh: Akkamahadevi Women's University in Vijayapura postpones UG and PG exam due to farmers' protests

Since students coming from rural areas will be unable to get public transport during protests, the university decided to postpone end-semester exams for UG and PG students

 

Published on 27th September 2021
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This Instagram initiative is selling art to help rural India to stave off COVID. Here's how you can help

With a target of Rs 40 lakh, all directed to NGOs working to rebuild rural India after the pandemic, this is a fundraiser with a difference

Published on 25th September 2021
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Tamil Nadu to extend doorstep healthcare scheme to urban areas

The scheme was first launched in Krishnagiri district by Chief Minister Stalin on August 4, 2021 and has proved to be effective in the rural areas

Published on 24th September 2021
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Multidisciplinary Constituent College for Women becomes the first in Karnataka to be modelled around NEP-2020

BCU VC said this institute would cater to the 2,500 girl students who study in second PUC on the premises and come from rural and disadvantaged backgrounds

Published on 4th September 2021

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