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Newsletter Vol – 4, Issue 11, June, 2020


      VOL - 4 | ISSUE - 11 | JUNE 2020 NOTE FROM THE CHIEF EDITOR Greetings. The first phase of Unlock 1.0 is on all over the country. While Covid 19 cases are on the rise, there is also general awareness about the inevitability of living with the infection for quite some […] #[...]

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Newsletter Vol – 4, Issue 10, June, 2020


      VOL - 4 | ISSUE - 10 | JUNE 2020 IN THE SPOTLIGHT Innovations that are truly driven towards providing the basic level of education to young minds in a beautiful organic way, where the nature hand holds the learners and nurturing the nature becomes a routine. Education can reach a new […] #[...]

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Maharashtra govt issues guidelines for virtual classes, physical reopening of schools in July


https://indianexpress.com/ Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Monday declared the start of the new academic year for state board schools with online classes and allowed physical reopening of schools from July onwards in rural pockets and those located at a distance from cities that haven’t had a single Covid case for over a month. The […] #[...]

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Admission to Assam edu institutes to be free in 2020-21 academic year


https://www.livemint.com/ Admission to universities, colleges and higher secondary schools in Assam will be free during the current academic year to ensure there is no additional burden on parents already affected by the coronavirus lockdown, Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said on Sunday. He said there will be no hidden costs. "Students from the higher secondary […] #[...]

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Reduce school syllabus by 30%, reopen with precautions: Sisodia to HRD minister


https://www.livemint.com/ Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia pitched for a 30 per cent reduction in syllabus for all grades to make up for the loss caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and advocated reopening of schools with reasonable precautions. In a letter written to HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank', Sisodia asserted that since people need to learn to live with coronavirus […] #[...]

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Eight universities get ranked among best 100 in Asia


https://www.livemint.com/ Eight Indian universities have found a place among the best 100 varsities in Asia, while some of the top varsities in the country improved their performance significantly, shows the Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings 2020 released on Wednesday. The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) in Delhi and Kharagpur made significant improvement. IIT Ropar, a second-generation […] #[...]

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Newsletter Vol – 4, Issue 9, May, 2020


    VOL - 4 | ISSUE - 9 | MAY 2020 EDUCATORS' GALLERY Listen to eminent education leaders sharing their valuable inputs and experiences on how the education sector can cope with the changing times amidst the outbreak of #Covid-19   Mr. Andreas Schleicher, Director for education and skills, Organization for economic co-operation and […] #[...]

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Inducing Correct Sleep Pattern in Children


By Nandita Prakash, Education Advisor Parents of young children especially in the age group of 1.5 to 6 years often stay worried about the child’s disturbed sleep patterns. While the reasons can be many, the concerns are very specific and grave. A lot of researches have proven that lack of sleep or irregular patterns of […] #[...]

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2.7 million teachers in India untrained to deal with Covid challenges to education


https://www.tribuneindia.com/ An estimated 2.7 million teachers in India who have been impacted by the coronavirus lockdown are untrained to deal with the altered situation, new research from the UNESCO revealed on Thursday, as it unveiled new task forces to tackle the teachers' training across the world. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation data, […] #[...]

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Students in India’s remotest parts will get access to education even during COVID-19: Ramesh Pokhriyal


https://www.moneycontrol.com/ Students holed-up even in the remotest part of the country will get access to education content using Swayam Prabha channels and radio, said union human resource development minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank. Interacting with higher education institutions over Twitter, Nishank said the Coronavirus-led lockdown will not affect the academic continuity of students and that they will […] #[...]

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Safe to learn during COVID-19: New recommendations released


https://en.unesco.org/ The COVID-19 health crisis has pushed some 1.3 billion children and young people around the world out of schools and universities, sending them home as part of measures to slow the pandemic. While these students may be safer from the virus at home, they are at increased risk of other harms such as violence […] #[...]

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Govt to monetise free online education courses


https://www.livemint.com/ By Prashant K. Nanda With online education gaining traction and blended learning set to be the future, the government is looking to monetise its courses available on digital platform for free so far. Education regulators have approved an internal proposal that says higher educational institutions should be asked to deposit 15% of the fee […] #[...]

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