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IB Schools come together for Job-Alike Session at LIS Gurugram

Teachers engaged in relevant topics like Digital Citizenship, Assessment, Mathematics Literacy, Differentiated Learning and the roles of Arts and PE in the classroom The fraternity of International Baccalaureate (IB) schools has been a source of inspiration and an example on sharing of best practices and collaboration not only in India but across the globe. And a recent event hosted by …

2018 YEAR END SPECIAL: Revised CBSE Affiliation Bye Laws—a  well intentioned utopian reform   

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) after a gap of six years, in October  issued revised new affiliation bye-laws for its affiliated and aspirant schools in the hope that the cumbersome process before and after affiliation becomes affable. The revision of these affiliation bye laws (first notified in 1988 and revisited in 2012) had been ordered by the union …

NDTV enters into Education Awards space; holds inaugural on Feb 16

News channel NDTV and leducation company, Educomp joined hands to recognise and felicitate efforts made by schools, educators and administrators to impart quality education under multiple categories, across the country. Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, and Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Sanjna Kapoor, Shantanu Prakash, CMD Educomp were some prominent figures who gave away the awards . NDTV anchors …

VEGA SCHOOLS AIMING FOR COMPANY OF STARS, HITCHES ITS WAGON TO ALLIANCE OF GLOBAL ‘STAR’ SCHOOLS

About eight schools from different parts of world were in Delhi for the annual meeting of the Global Schools’ Alliance (esb 2012) last month (October 13-16). Gurgaon-based Vega Schools, an upcoming CBSE-affiliated K-12 school to be inaugurated in January 2016 played host to the international event.  Sandy Hooda, co-founder of Vega schools spoke with Autar Nehru about the meet and …

Catch 22 like situation on ‘No detention Policy’

According to a statement issued soon after the first meeting of the reconstituted CABE (Central Advisory Board of Education, the apex advisory panel on education in India) committee that took place on August 19, in New Delhi, there is a broad census among states to do away with the ‘No detention Policy’ and bring back assessment (examination). Barring Karnataka, almost …

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