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Highlights: All that was discussed by the largest delegation of UK universities to Delhi this week

As part of the India-UK Education Collaboration Workshop, university participants from both countries and sector body representatives explored several topics

Published on 8th June 2022
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After this order, Delhi private schools won't be able to force parents to buy books, uniforms from specific vendors 

Through an official order dated May 5, the Delhi government has warned that strict action will be taken against schools that do not comply with this

Published on 7th May 2022
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Engaging robust security service, setting up Int'l Affairs Office and more: All that JNU's Executive Council approved

Additionally, MPhil/PhD female scholars will be granted permission for maternity and child care leave for up to 240 days

Published on 7th May 2022
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IIM Shillong, NIFT sign MoU; student exchange programme, mentorship and workshops on the horizon

The MoU is set to promote professional growth at international and national levels in design and management

Published on 6th May 2022
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Punjab government orders private schools to display list of shops selling books and uniforms 

CM Bhagwant Mann has already categorically ordered the private schools not to force the parents to buy books and uniforms from any specific shop

Published on 13th April 2022
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Parents divided over the reopening of schools in Tamil Nadu from February 1

There is also confusion on whether to commence classes only offline or to provide an option of online classes along with offline classes

Published on 31st January 2022
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Offices, workshops locked: How researchers working under suspended profs at Visva-Bharati are bearing the brunt of red tape

The professor wrote to the Registrar of the varsity on October 2 to open his room at least for the others but had not received a reply yet

Published on 30th October 2021
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Catholic bishops apologise to indigenous peoples for residential schools, months after unmarked mass graves were discovered

From the 19th century until the 1970s, more than 150,000 First Nations children were required to attend state-funded Christian schools as part of a programme to assimilate them into Canadian society

Published on 25th September 2021
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Salons, tea shops, parks open in Chennai as part of COVID lockdown relaxations in Tamil Nadu

The government has provided additional relaxations in 27 districts, while the 11 districts with a high infection rate will only have limited relaxations

Published on 14th June 2021
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Why Sourav Roy's poetry workshops will make you fall in love with verse, for better or worse 

Sourav Roy along with other poet has been conducting unique poetry workshops in a bid to get more people involved in the literary form. This can also motivate others to write poetry

Published on 2nd June 2021
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Permaculture pro from Hyderabad travels across India to teach the course as a way of life

Dharmendra Dada dropped out of the rat race to pursue permaculture with all the passion he could muster. This propels him to spread his love for permaculture far and wide and this is how he does it

Published on 26th May 2021
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Waste not, want not will be your mantra after you attend the workshops by this 29-year-old from Vijayawada

Kavya Sindhuja from Vijayawada works on waste management issues like her life depends upon it. Workshops are her way to make you more aware of this concern as well so that you can do your bit too

Published on 19th May 2021
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How Shruti Tharayil's workshops will help us find food, medicine in all the 'forgotten' plants that grow around us

Kerala-based Shruti Tharayil knows a lot about wild plants, information which she has pain-stackingly gathered over the years. And now, she is willing to share them with you as well. Here's how

Published on 15th May 2021
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Colleges, varsities, non-essential shops in Shillong to be shut amid surge in COVID-19 cases 

The Meghalaya government has already shut down schools from the primary level to the higher secondary level

Published on 22nd April 2021
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Teacher education institutions functioning as 'commercial shops', finds study by Azim Premji University

Most private TEIs in the study deliberately neglect basic curricular requirements that are committed by them to get the approval to run the programmes, it revealed

Published on 18th March 2021

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