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After cases go up, Karnataka govt prohibits students from visiting faculty on campus

According to a statement issued by the government, the students were earlier allowed by the education department

Published on 20th September 2020
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How Odisha Knowledge Corp has helped youngsters hold on to their jobs during the pandemic 

The pandemic-induced job losses have us all worried, especially the youth. But OKCL is doing all it can — while adhering to UN’s SDGs — to help the youngsters. This is how they are doing it

Published on 19th September 2020
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DU teachers, students angry after Sisodia accuses colleges of 'misappropraition of funds'

The minister, on Wednesday, said that the colleges have kept huge amounts as fixed deposits rather than paying salaries to staff

Published on 18th September 2020
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Schools in Meghalaya to partially reopen to allow students to clarify doubts with teachers

As per the guidelines issued by the Education Department principal secretary DP Wahlang, "regular" classroom activities in schools, colleges and other educational institutions would remain closed

Published on 18th September 2020
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22 Pakistani educational institutions close down in 48 hours due to non-compliance to health protocols

Both the Karachi University and city campus located in metropolis' Garden locality will remain closed and all educational activities during the aforementioned period would be suspended

Published on 17th September 2020
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Uttar Pradesh schools may remain closed this month: Deputy CM

The Centre in the Unlock 4.0 guidelines had issued SOPs (standard operating procedures) for a partial reopening of schools for students of classes 9 to 12

Published on 16th September 2020
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As schools reopen, reconnect with kids instead of focusing just on the curriculum: Dr Rukmini Banerji, CEO, Pratham

The virtual conference on What Will Education Look Like in a Post-Pandemic World? brought together key experts from across the globe to share their thoughts on post-pandemic education

Published on 16th September 2020
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Ashamed that I had to go to the court for leave: Why Delhi HC, not JNU granted Dr Udaya Kumar leave for fellowship

The professor said that while he was grateful to the HC for upholding the "basic values of academic life", he was ashamed that it had to come to this

Published on 15th September 2020
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DU teachers move HC seeking direction to pay salaries of the past four months

It sought a direction to the authorities to pay salaries to the petitioners due from May this year till date and also ensure timely payment of salaries in future

Published on 15th September 2020
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If we don’t do something now, suicides may continue: Actor Suriya in scathing statement against NEET

Suriya called NEET, a ‘ManuNEEThi’ and slammed the government for not being more concerned about the students needs

Published on 14th 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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Teacher departures due to Coronavirus leave schools scrambling for substitutes in the US

In Salt Lake County, Utah, the state's most populated metropolitan area, more than 80 teachers have either resigned or retired early because of concerns about COVID-19 in schools

Published on 14th September 2020
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No syllabus is superior, just different: Why criticism of TN’s school syllabus doesn’t explain NEET suicides

Activists, educators and doctors talk about why they think the three student suicides that happened on the eve of NEET cannot simply be blamed on TN’s syllabus or family pressures

Published on 14th September 2020
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Goodbye, Mister Grammar Nazi: Why being obsessed with grammatical accuracy is not the best idea 

This is what transpired when Dr Albert P'Rayan started a conversation on grammar and communication on Facebook. He made a few provocative statements and the following discussion ensued  

Published on 13th September 2020
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What should replace district recognition for SSLC results? The debate is on

If district ranks are abolished, what would serve as the best alternative for it? Can there be other systems of rewards, better ones? John Monteiro thinks aloud in his column about this issue

Published on 13th September 2020

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