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National Test Abhyas mobile app adds Hindi option

National Test Abhyas mobile app  by National Testing Agency (NTA) has launched Hindi feature in its app. Now Hindi language candidates will be able to practice or give mock tests for these competitive exams in Hindi. Hindi version is a boon for students across India, as now, it has become even more accessible to students whose first language isn’t English. It …

Postpone finalization of the quarter trillion rupees STARS education project: academicians collective to WB, MHRD

A collective of 1400 prominent academicians, researchers, practitioners, teachers’ unions, civil society organisations (CSOs) and networks on June 21 through a collective letter urged World Bank to postpone the finalisation of the project and loan to MHRD for Strengthening Teaching Learning and Results for States (STARS) project across six states in India as key concerns such as lack of provisions …

International YOGA DAY: Sanskriti University hosted Webinar on Impact of Agnihotra & Yoga Science on Health

Mathura-based Sanskriti University organized a Webinar on the Impact of Agnihotra & Yoga Science on Health to sensitize the people about the importance of yoga and how it can help the people in dealing with depression and anxiety caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The webinar was a culmination of the idea which was envisioned to sensitize the people about the …

IIT Alumni Council announces results of Theme Music Video Competition

The winners of the competition in the three categories are:  Students:  Malang music club of IIT Jammu Composition & main vocal by Nayanam Orion Music (https://twitter.com/iitcouncil/status/1270654181658034176?s=12 )2. Club of IIT Goa Composition & main vocal by Srijib Banerjee (https://twitter.com/iitcouncil/status/1270651192536956928?s=12 ) Faculty Winner: Dr SK Samanta from IIT Patna (https://twitter.com/iitcouncil/status/1270652147403829249?s=12) Runners up are: Dr Suchismita Roy & Dr Ankit Kathuria from …

Alternatives to school disruption will need collective endeavor, engagement with communities

In the past a few years especially after the Niti Aayog associated learning outcomes with quality education, there is a mad policy rush to reduce the idea of a child to a learner. The Covid19 pandemic has if anything accelerated that process. In the name of digitalization, marginalization is to become a new normal. According to Prof. Poonam Batra, Central …

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