B-schools need to focus on experiential learning: Rajesh Chakrabarti, director, MDI Gurgaon

Globalising our students means connecting them with those expats (within a few kilometres of the campus). The pandemic has, indeed, forced us educators to think differently.

E-assessment: Oswaal Books launches Oswaal 360

It’s the only platform offering e-assessments for board classes 10th and 12th

Oswaal Books said that the app has already been successfully deployed in its initial phase, with more than 40,000 students in India adopting it.

Digital divide still a challenge in remote teaching, learning, say experts

Only 20 per cent of school-age children in India had access to remote education during the pandemic, of whom only half participated in live online lessons, according to a new national sample survey by

"While advancing the cause of digitalization, these challenges must be accounted for. We also need to be cognizant of the fact that women are proportionately more disadvantaged when it comes to the usage of digital devices," Gadre said.

Chhattisgarh aims to provide international standard education to school students: CM Bhupesh Baghel

The state government had launched the SAGES scheme in November last year under which government Hindi medium schools were renovated and modernized into English medium schools. As many as 171 SAGES are

He said the state government will also set up 'Balwadi' (kindergarten schools) for children above three years of age.

Why is career counselling essential in today’s education industry?

Career counselling also leads to internal introspection and lets the student realise their preferences.

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West Bengal schools gear up to reopen higher classes from November 16

"We have rescheduled the routine in such a way that there is no crowding in classrooms so that students can maintain a physical distance from each other and at the same time not compromise with the co

The school education department has asked the institutions to adopt all COVID-19 safety protocols.

CBSE Term 1 exam: Exams begin on November 16 even as students want exams cancelled, postponed

While a section of students are in favour of conducting the term 1 exams in an online mode, another section of students are adamant on cancelling or postponing the term 1 exam citing the Coronavirus p

While 50 percent of the syllabus will be asked in the Term 1 exam, the other half will be asked in the Term 2 exams that are expected to be conducted in March-April.

Total online education must be discouraged, adopt hybrid models: Govind Narayan Singh, GNS University

'Children have unfortunately made themselves comfortable with technology and they are not realizing the harmful effects of it on their physical and mental health as well as their social growth. '

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Vidyashilp University to be set up as per NEP 2020: What the future of higher education in India looks like

The Vidyashilp Research Centre has already been established so that faculty as well as students can be encouraged to undertake interdisciplinary research and innovation.

NEP aims at promoting India as a global destination for students: Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla

Referring to the impact of pandemic, he also said that it is a time for nimbleness and agility in finding solutions to seemingly impossible situations.

He said the NEP aims to aims to contribute to national efforts towards the realisation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision of restoring India in the mode of 'Vishwa-Guru' or the world leader.

Delhi University issues guidelines for exams, students can write in paper at home

The cases of delayed submission will be sent to the review committee and their evaluation will depend on the decision of the committee, according to the guidelines.

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Over 38 lakh students from 733 districts to participate in National Achievement Survey

The survey which will cover government, government aided and private schools will help to assess the learning interruptions and new learnings during the pandemic and help to take remedial measures.

Over 1.8 lakh field investigators, 1.23 lakh observers, 733 district level coordinators and district nodal officers separately and 36 state nodal officers in each state and UT have been appointed for smooth and fair conduct of the survey.

CBSE to take aid of ‘Advanced Data Analytics’ to monitor use of unfair means at centres in Board Exams 2022

CBSE in a statement informed that technical aid will be taken in addition to the usual practices like external observers, flying squads, and CCTV to avoid unfair means.

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Delhi University first-year classes to begin from November 22

According to the calendar, the classes will commence for the first semester on November 22, while the exams will be held from March 21 to April 4 next year.

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Cannot reopen campus till DDMA allows 100 pc seating capacity: DU official

The official also said that they will hold a meeting after 10 days to decide on reopening.

He said till the time District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) gives clear guidelines on 100 per cent seating capacity, they cannot take a decision on complete reopening.

CBSE Class 10 and 12 Term 1 Admit Cards OUT: Here’s how to download, change exam city and detailed guidelines by board

CBSE has scheduled the exams for the major papers of Class 10 from November 30 and from December 1 for Class 12

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Several private schools reopen in Delhi for all classes, many to reopen in coming weeks

The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) had last month announced that schools would reopen for all classes from November 1, even though teaching and learning would continue in a blended mode.

While government schools in Delhi reopened from November 1, majority of private schools decided to defer reopening for junior classes in view of Diwali and other festivals.

CBSE Class 10 and 12 Term 1 Admit Cards out shortly: Check where to download and crucial exam details

CBSE 2022 first term will be held covering 50 per cent of the syllabus and will feature questions in the MCQ format.

Unfinished learning: Catching up with Covid-induced learning loss is going to be a hard task

Covid-19 disrupted education on an unprecedented scale—more than 90% of the campuses remained locked out; school closures, stripped down curriculum and the struggle with the somehow cobbled online t

Covid-19 disrupted education on an unprecedented scale—more than 90% of the campuses remained locked out; school closures, stripped down curriculum and the struggle with the somehow cobbled online teaching platforms caused much harm to the learning, health and well-being of children.

Plaksha University: What’s in a name?

Now, Plaksha (Sanskrit for the ficus tree; many a gurukulas are imagined to have flourished under its shade) joins the league.

“Names that are rooted in Indianness are, at some level, connected to the founding community,” said Vineet Gupta, part of founding team at Plaksha University. “Also, it is about making a statement that we (the institutes) are a global brand coming from India.”

Making students job-ready: Atal Tinkering Labs opening up professional opportunities for K12 students

According to the NITI Aayog, the Atal Innovation Mission has been able to establish over 7,000 Atal Tinkering Labs across the country so far, enabling more than 30 lakh students between classes six to

With everything getting online students are keen to innovate something new. Most of the scientific or engineering innovations happen when different theories are blended together in a meaningful and focused way.

Plaksha University: A new school of thought takes shape

Plaksha University has a lofty goal: Reimagining engineering education for the 21st century and helping solve grand challenges India is facing

“The end-goal of programmes such as the TLP is creating leaders for the 21st century,” Rudra Pratap, founding vice-chancellor, Plaksha University, told FE.

UK’s Wellington college to open its first school in Pune

"Wellington College International Pune will provide an alternative to the current schools in Pune. Wellington's focus will be on delivering all-round excellence," Aggarwal said.

WCI is a leading international schools' group. It is a subsidiary of the Wellington College, founded under the British Royal Charter in 1853, and a leading UK day and boarding school.

Puducherry: Counselling for admission to medical courses to begin after getting list of NEET results

The release said the results would be available positively on November 9 on the website of the NEET.


OJEE 2021 Counselling schedule revised: Find out new dates for Odisha Joint Entrance Examination counselling

The new schedule states that the result of round 1 seat allotment will be released on November 9, 2021.

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TS EAMCET final phase counselling registration begins: Here’s how you can register

Candidates can visit the official website--– to register themselves online for the final session.

SSC GD Constable 2021 admit card released: Here’s how to download Staff Selection Commission hall ticket

A total number of 22,424 posts are reserved for male candidates and 2847 posts are reserved for female candidates.

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