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28 Creative Ways Teachers Are Using Cell Phones in the Classroom

Regardless of your school's cellphone policy, the reality in most schools is that students have phones in their pockets. So, why struggle with this issue? Let's face the reality and search some ways to utilize the mobile gadgets in constructive manner. This is a new tim

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Kerala Govt initiated a scheme to provide free education to Ockhi-hit kids

The Kerala government has initiated a scheme to provide free education and vocational training to the children of those fishermen who died or went missing in the 2017 Ockhi cyclonic storm. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said 194 students have been iden

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Provide free education to migrant children

A project was being implemented to make children of migrant population enrol themselves in schools and also check the dropout rate among the most backward sections in Ernakulam district of Kerala, Collector of the district K Mohammed Y Safirulla said here Thursday. The

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Uniform Mechanism needed for admissions in Universities: High Court

The Bombay High Court has said that the Maharashtra government needs to have a uniform mechanism of admission process for students in all its universities. A division bench of Justices B R Gavai and M S Karnik observed earlier this month that there is disparity in the a

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10 Excellent YouTube channels for Math Teachers

Math is a subject of fear for most of the students. Teachers always struggle with their weaker students in classroom. For better results & understanding of this subject school teachers should try engaging concepts. Here we're sharing some interesting YouTube Channels fo

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IIT Roorkee researchers develop carbon nanomaterials for simultaneous detection of cancer cells

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee, have developed fluorescent carbon nanodots for simultaneous detection and destruction of cancer cells. The nanosized (10-9 metre) carbon materials that can serve as therapeutic and diagno

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Fourteen new Series for ICSE and CBSE

Launch commemorates two years of successful association with Navneet Education Indiannica Learning Pvt. Ltd. announced today the launch of fourteen new series of curriculum textbooks for English, Hindi, Maths, Science, Computer Science, and Social Studies. These new ser

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Tutorials should be given to children in conflict with law at observation homes: NCPCR

Tutorials should be provided to children living in observation homes so that they can return to mainstream education, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has recommended. Observing that education has not been a "priority" at

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India should invest more in science research: Infosys Science Foundation

India needs to invest more in scientific research as the country lags behind burgeoning economies like China in catalysing research and development, K Dinesh, President of Infosys Science Foundation (ISF), said. The focus on maximising job prospects ove

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Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh flays sacking of scholar Kirpal Singh from Sikh history resources project

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh Sunday took strong exception to the SGPC's decision to sack noted Sikh scholar Kirpal Singh as the chairman of the Sikh History Resource Editing Project amid a controversy over the alleged distortion of the community's history in PS

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New book suggests ideas to address economic, social challenges

A new book brings together 25 industry executives, domain thought leaders and government officials to suggest ideas to address the country's economic and social challenges. Edited by NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant, "The Path Ahead: Transformative Ideas for India"

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Oxford University Press, CENTA join hands for Teaching Professionals' Olympiad

Teaching Professionals' Olympiad, a national competition for teachers, will be held in December in 46 cities in India and also in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The fourth edition of the competition is organised jointly by Oxford University Press (OUP) and

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Bengaluru student to get $400,000 prize for self, teacher, school

Sixteen-year old Samay Godika, a city school student, will receive USD 400,000 in educational prizes for himself, his teacher and his school, as he emerged winner in the fourth annual "Breakthrough Junior Challenge", a global science video competition. The US-b

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Indian women offered scholarships to study STEM subjects at UK universities

The British Council has opened the latest round of scholarships for 2019-20, worth 1 million pounds, for 70 Indian women wanting to pursue a Masters degree in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in the UK. "Br

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Australian Education System

Education in Australia is divided in four parts viz. Primary Education, Secondary Education, Vocational Education, and Tertiary Education. In Australia, almost 60% citizen prefers Govt Schools and 40% students admit in private or public schools. At the tertiary level, m

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Higher education still faces many challenges in India: Former President Pranab Mukherjee

Former President Pranab Mukherjee said on Thursday the spread of higher education still faces many challenges in India despite several measures taken by the central and state governments. Addressing the 29th Convocation of Kalyani University in Nadia di

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High Court stays admission through NEET in Ayurveda, Unani colleges

The Allahabad High Court Friday stayed till November 12 admissions in Ayurveda and Unani colleges through NEET on the basis of lowered percentage marks. The Centre, in consultation with the Uttar Pradesh government, had taken a decision to reduce the percentage for gran

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New norms for DNB doctors to get teaching jobs at medical colleges

The newly appointed board of governors of the Medical Council of India has approved a proposal to relax norms for DNB (Diplomate of National Board) degree holders wanting to teach in hospitals like PGI, AIIMS and other state medical colleges, Niti Aayog

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Cambridge University opens gin rivalry with Oxford University

UK's prestigious Cambridge University has opened a new area for its traditional rivalry with Oxford University by launching its own brand of gin. The world-famous universities will go head to head with their own versions of the spirit as Cambridge announced plans for Cu

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Diet rich in fish helps fight asthma: Study

Eating fish such as salmon, trout and sardines as part of a healthy diet can reduce asthma symptoms in children, a study has found. The clinical trial led by La Trobe University in Australia found that children with asthma who followed a healthy Mediter

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Writer Haruki Murakami plans archive at Japanese University

Haruki Murakami is planning an archive at his Japanese alma mater that will include drafts of his best-selling novels, his translation work and his massive collection of music, a personal passion that has been a key part of his stories.

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Need to impart values to children not just knowledge: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Friday emphasised the need to instill values in children while imparting them knowledge. Singh was addressing the closing ceremony of a sports function of Vidya Bharti Akhil Bharitya Siksha Sansthan her

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Telangana Rashtra Samithi govt let down Muslims on promise of 12 pc reservation

The TRS government in Telangana has let down Muslims on its promise of 12 per cent reservation in government jobs and educational institutions, state Congress president N Uttam Kumar Reddy alleged here Saturday.

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Online program may help prevent teenagers and young adults depression

An online intervention programme can help prevent depressive episodes among adolescents who are most at risk, a study has found. Although up to 20 per cent of adolescents experience a depressive episode each year, the medical community has struggled to implement program

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Madhya Pradesh schools education worse than that in J&K: Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad

Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad Sunday said school education in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh was worse than that in his native Jammu and Kashmir. He said that NITI Aayog had ranked school education in MP as the poorest among all st

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Why study abroad?

Students often face this question at different phases of their education. Why should we prefer education overseas? There are both pros and cons of moving abroad or choosing to study abroad. However, the benefits of studying abroad will always be more in number.

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High Court stays Mumbai University's '60:40 assessment' plan for law students

The Bombay High Court, in an interim order passed Monday, restrained Mumbai University from implementing its new '60:40 assessment system' for law students in the current academic year. A bench of Justices BR Gavai and MS Karnik directed the University

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Need more doctors, and medical colleges: President Ram Nath Kovind

There is a need for a large number of good doctors and medical colleges for the delivery of effective health services, President Ram Nath Kovind said Monday. Addressing the first convocation of Dr Rajendra Prasad Government Medical College in Himachal P

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Water crisis at JNU: Students meet Delhi Jal Board officials

The Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union said Wednesday they have met Delhi Jal Board officials to find a solution to the water crisis in the University. The JNUSU alleged that there is "complete mismanagement of water supply in the university by the JNU admi

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Jamia students demand reinstatement of union elections

A section of students of Jamia Millia Islamia University has submitted a memorandum to the University's vice-chancellor demanding reinstatement of students' union and declaration of the date of elections. The union elections were banned in the Universit

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Imperative to ensure adequate faculty strength at IIMC

Underlining the need for adequate faculty strength at the Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Information and Broadcasting Ministry Secretary Amit Khare said the institute should seek approval for creating the entire range of posts

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Inspiring movies for students

Traditional classroom instructing alone can't motivate each student. Given that kids love entertainment, inspiring movies are a compelling and simple medium to motivate them. If you are an instructor or a parent, you may comprehend this exceptionally well. With the help

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AISA flays DU for 'inaction' in Ankiv Baisoya fake degree case

The Left-backed All India Students' Association protested against the alleged inaction of the Delhi University in the fake degree case against Delhi University Students' Union president Ankiv Baisoya. In a statement,

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Mental and Physical benefits of Yoga

The latest shocking revelation comes from the U.S. where nearly 20 percent of new school teachers leave their profession within the first five years because of anxiety and disappointment felt at work, claims a 2015 federal report from The Institute for Education

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How to study smart

Before you begin contemplating you need to figure out what sort of student you are? If you are into visual learning you will join pictures and charts amid study sessions. This will assist you with studying quicker. Some of the best tips are:

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Hand Writing Improving Hacks

Students expect that calligraphy and writing are synonymous, yet they're most certainly not. As a rule, calligraphy is contained adapted, embellished letters - it's more than composing, truly. On the other hand, writing alludes to the style and procedure that you use to

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Cognitive Stages of Child Development and Learning

As a child grows to be a teenager from being an infant, there are different stages of what we may refer to as 'a child's learning abilities' or the 'cognitive stages of child development'. It i

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Benefits of Digital Education

Now a day's people prefer Digital Learning Education instead of Pen or Paper Based education. There are many changes we can see in our daily life. Along with these changes there are many authorities which are taking an entrance exam through online mode. In 2018, almost

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British Council, Arunachal Pradesh govt sign MoU

The British Council and the Arunachal Pradesh government Sunday inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to strengthen educational and cultural cooperation between the state and the United Kingdom. The MoU was signed by British Coun

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Delhi govt planning to conduct measles-rubella vaccination campaign in its schools

The Delhi government is planning to conduct a vaccination campaign in its schools in January to eliminate measles and control rubella. The measles-rubella (MR) vaccination campaign will be conducted within a period of three to four weeks starting from January 16, 2019.

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Rajnath lauds Arya Samaj for promoting girls' education, clean environment

Home Minister Rajnath Singh Sunday praised the contributions of social reformer Swami Dayananda Saraswati to the society, saying his foundation Arya Samaj has been working tirelessly to promote girls' education and clea

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Education most potent tool to ensure peace in society: Union minister

Education is the most potent tool to ensure peace in society and a country, junior HRD minister Satyapal Singh said Sunday. Speaking at 'India Ideas Conclave' here, the Minister of State for Human Resources Development, also said that "one of the bi

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JK govt withdraws circular on Urdu version of 'Bhagwat Geeta' in schools and other Educational Institutes

The Jammu and Kashmir government has withdrawn a controversial circular that had asked the Education department to provide the Urdu version of "Bhagwat Geeta" and "Koshur Ramayana" in schools and other educational institutions in the state.

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Global warming is challenge, saving natural resources important: Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Stating that global warming and environmental degradation have posed a challenge before the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday stressed the need to conserve natural resources. Interacting with IT professionals as part of a townhall throu

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IIIT Hyderabad Admission Notification for PhD Programs in CSE and ECE

IIIT Hyderabad has announced the call for research applications for its PhD programs in CSE and ECE. The program is open to fresh graduates, individuals with work experience in R&D labs and industry as well as those who have participated in research-oriented projects an

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Antai Ranked 8th in FT Global EMBA Ranking 2018

Financial Times (FT) Global Executive MBA (EMBA) Ranking 2018 was released on October 15th. Antai at Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) takes the eighth spot, and has made the top ten of this ranking four years in a row from 2015 to 2

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JNU prof critically examines progress made in promoting research on disability studies in book

Jawaharlal Nehru University professor, who was affected by polio at the age of three, has written a book critically examining the progress made in promoting teaching and research on disability studies. He said the UGC has not yet taken the initiative to

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Government sets up Yoga Certification Board to certify professionals

In the wake of the rising number of centres offering yoga courses and yoga instructors, the government has set up a Yoga Certification Board (YCB) to develop standards and parameters to certify such professionals and provide accreditation to such instit

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Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar launches web portals for research oriented schemes

Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar Thursday launched web portals for two schemes - IMPRESS and SPARC. With an aim to build an ecosystem of research in educational institutions. "A country achieves prosperity on a sustainable basis only through inn

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West Bengal Government refuses to comply with UGC directives Sardar Patel

The West Bengal government has refused to comply with the UGC directives asking higher educational institutions to observe October 31, the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel as 'Rashtriya Ekta Diwas' (national unity day). In a circul