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Taking the central government by the collar. Environment Studies to be mandatory in schools

The Supreme Court pulled up the central government for not making Environmental Science a mandatory subject 

Published on 28th February 2017
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Getting 99 pc does not ensure that you will make a committed doctor, says CMC director

Dr Sunil Thomas Chandy, Director of CMC, opens up about why they have been asking the government to rethink their merit-only philosophy with NEET and rues that this has led to

Published on 13th March 2017
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Nearly one lakh school dropouts in Meghalaya in 4 years

Poor economy, domestic issues and migration are hiking the dropout rate in schools in Meghalaya, according to the state government 

Published on 20th March 2017
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Hyderabad couple's online petition to strike religion off application forms gathers steam

As the government is prepping to answer Rao's petition in the Telangana HC to do away with the religion column in forms, his online petition is going viral

Published on 24th March 2017
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In its centenary year, Osmania University may be unable to renovate hostels, libraries because of budget crunch

A hundred years since inception, the Telangana government has shortchanged Osmania University by allocating the varsity less than their ask — leading to a stalling of much-needed repair work

Published on 28th March 2017
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Kovai's Avinashilingam University for Women gets fillip for international research after receiving UGC's 12-B status

Avinashilingam University for Women will now be eligible for funding from the Central Government that will be used for innovative programmes and new research collaborations

Published on 6th April 2017
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Questions about Kerala's Mandatory Malayalam Move: Do tenth graders write an extra paper or does Hindi scoot over?

Examining the Kerala government's ordinance to have Malayalam as a mandatory subject in all schools, educationists are a bit confused about the execution part. Some questions that need answering are..

Published on 12th April 2017
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Green Thumbs: How Nandanam Arts College students turned a space smelling of urine into a lush, green organic vegetable garden

Government Arts College for Men, Nandanam in Chennai has set up an organic farm, under the MHRD’s RUSA scheme, that has transformed a barren, smelly patch of land into an organic vegetable garden

Published on 1st May 2017
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Shocking results of Telangana SSC examination: Zero pass percentage in 20 private schools

Parents express frustration over quality of tuition in private schools as government schools fare way better in SSC exams

Published on 5th May 2017

Puducherry government dispenses the practice of ranking of students, following Tamil Nadu's decision 

Puducherry government decides to stop ranking students in the Class twelve examination  at the state and regional level

Published on 12th May 2017
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Fearing harassment, Rewari girls on strike for school up gradation  

Afraid of facing harassment from the youth of their villages, government high school girls from Haryana go on an indefinite strike for the up gradation of their school

Published on 15th May 2017
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In a government school with no electricity, this teacher walked in with his own laptop and helped his students scale new heights

What do you do when the government funds computers for your rural school, but there’s no electricity around? If you’re Karunai Doss, then you’d take your PC, mobile phone’s net connection and teach

Published on 24th May 2017
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Adios Taboos: High Schools in Kerala will soon have sanitary pad vending machines

Through the She Pad Project which is expected to commence in June, the Kerala Government is setting up sanitary pad vending machines in Higher Secondary Schools

Published on 25th May 2017
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Green Days: This teacher from Kozhikode has transformed his school compound to a green hub

Ranjith Raj loved his job and the eco-club so much that he continued to work there unpaid till he got his orders from the government. Read to know more!

Published on 27th May 2017
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It’s all about English Vinglish: Meet Thimappa, who teaches English to his students using traditional art forms

A teacher at a small government school in Karnataka, Thimappa, encourages his students to learn English and traditional art forms with passion by using unconventional and innovative methods

Published on 27th May 2017

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