Education

Delhi govt writes to CBSE, seeks more time to compile Class 10 results

The teachers are also assisting the government in the enforcement of COVID protocols and screening at airport, it said.
The CBSE has said that the marks for Class 10 students will have to be submitted by schools by June 11 and the result will be declared by June 20.

Gujarat: Summer vacation for schools from May 3 to June 6; new academic session to start next month

The state's education department through notifications of February 4 and March 23 last year had announced that academic session will start from June to April as followed by the Central Board of Second

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DU final exams 2021 postponed; will take place from June 1, details

In view of skyrocketing Coronavirus cases in India, the administration of Delhi University has decided to postpone exams for final year students studying in the university.

We’re the mini-Netflix of edtech, creating short courses instead of TV shows and films: Shreyasi Singh, Founder & CEO, Harappa Education

When we were building Harappa Education about three years ago, we were very focused on the 20-30 age group—those who have joined the workplace and want to learn soft skills to climb the career ladde

We envision becoming a social unicorn: PARFI

How the PanIIT Alumni Reach for India Foundation is impacting lives of the underprivileged

COVID: Delhi University defers final year exams

The Delhi University Teachers' Association had written to acting vice-chancellor Professor PC Joshi over the issue.

CBSE class 10 board exam result to be declared by June 20

The controller said that the marks will have to be submitted to the CBSE by June 11 and the result will be declared by June 20.

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CBSE announces marking policy for cancelled class 10 board exams

According to the policy, while 20 marks for each subject will be for internal assessment as every year, 80 marks will be calculated on basis of the students’ performance in various tests or exams th

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COVID-19: CBSE extends deadline for school affiliation

The restructure has been made by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to cope with the National Education Policy (NEP), 2020.

In an official statement, the CBSE said, "After due consideration and reviewing the current COVID-19 situation has extended the first window period of online application for fresh affiliation, up-gradation of affiliation and extension of affiliation till June 30, 2021, for the session 2022-23 without any late fees."

Education for all: a small district in Odisha builds hope

As a rising power in global affairs, India’s most potent tool is its demographic dividend. However, optimizing this force would require investing in building a robust education system for all.

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Blended models, personalised learning and employability skills key to navigate changing landscape: Shreyasi Singh, Founder & CEO, Harappa Education

In this interaction with Financial Express Online, Harappa Education's Founder & CEO Shreyasi Singh discusses how India's education system is reinventing itself, the emergence of hybrid working models

Interview: Our aim is helping build careers, says Diwakar Chittora, CEO, IntelliPaat

We offer both short-term and long-term courses, which are inclined not just towards vocational training, but rather help a person in career transition.

Diwakar Chittora, CEO, IntelliPaat

One-year of Covid-19 pandemic: India upskills, education goes online

The most likely explanations, PayU said, are an increasing number of professionals upskilling themselves as they worked from home and students shifting to online education.

“The number of transactions for edtech increased by an incredible 69% immediately after the lockdown (April-May 2020 versus January-March 2020).

Indian students and atmanirbharta

Senior school students with a passion to solve problems in villages can apply to The Purpose Academy

Manav Subodh, Co-Founder, 1M1B Foundation

Education under the light of NEP and beyond

The Government of India identified the importance of universal access to quality education for the development of talents and resources for the growth on the level of an individual, society, country,

Maharashtra: State-run varsities to conduct examinations online

Speaking to reporters, the minister for higher and technical education said that he also plans to request the state government to include exam-related work in the essential services category.

"There are strict restrictions imposed to break the chain of the COVID-19 spread in the state. Hence, we have decided to conduct examinations for undergraduate students, from first to third year, online," Samant said.

Delhi asks private schools to keep online teaching, learning activities suspended in summer vacation

The DoE then directed all private schools that all "online and semi-online teaching and learning activities shall remain suspended during the aforesaid period of summer vacation in line with the gover

ICSE Class 10 Board Exam Cancelled! Class 12 Exams to be conducted later

ICSE has cancelled class 10 board examinations, in the wake of COVID19 situation.

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Delhi schools declare summer vacation from April 20 till June 9 due to fresh spurt in corona cases

The vacation which was scheduled from May 11 to June 3 has now been rescheduled, the Arvind Kejriwal govt said today.

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Summer vacation in West Bengal schools to start from April 20 in view of rising COVID-19 cases: Minister

The West Bengal government on Monday said summer vacation in schools will begin from as early as Tuesday in view of rising COVID-19 cases in the state.

Lab on Wheels to support poor kids

It will aid knowledge delivery to those children living in rural and backward areas who do not have access to resources like smartphones, laptops and the internet to attend online classes.

The agreement of DTU students teaching 44 lakh kids is a step towards amelioration of education.

The future of learning is blended

Prem Das Maheshwari of D2L says blended learning is here to stay

Learning is getting more collaborative in the virtual world, between peers and between teachers and learners, moving away from lecture-style one-way delivery

Tech intervention will go significantly higher in the field of education

It can also support your recruitment needs—by connecting with applicants beyond traditional geographies and communication channels.

Vishal Agrawal, MD, India & SAARC, Avaya

Uttarakhand Class 10, 12 exams 2021: Uttarakhand follows CBSE, cancels high school, defers class 12 exams

The education department of the state has also postponed the class 12th state board exams for now in the wake of rising number of Coronavirus cases in the state.

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