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Bihar learns ‘AfterCare’ from Delhi, will replicate or adapt Udayan Care models

Aftercare is a critical yet unaddressed area of child protection in India. Normally a number of children, who grow up in state Care Homes, find it difficult to live independently after move out of them. The children growing up in care institutions are not adequately prepared to leave care and are not ready for independent living. Their transition planning and …

Advantages of opting for National Institute of Open Schooling

Saktima Das – Head Coordinator NIOS & Coordinator – Student Well Being Centre (SWBC), Jasudben ML School, describes seven benefits National Institute of Open Schooling also known as NIOS is a board for students who want to pursue their completion of secondary and senior secondary education in private mode through correspondence. NIOS is a government authorized board under the Ministry of Education perfectly relevant and …

Guidelines regarding precautions to be observed by schools to combat the ill-effects of the heat-wave

Ministry of Education has issued following guidelines regarding precautions to be observed by schools to combat the ill-effects of the heat-wave. Modification in School timings and daily routine School hours may start early and get over before noon. Timing may be from 7.00 AM onwards. Number of school hours per day may be reduced. Sports/other outdoor activities which expose students …

The silo of KP migrant schools in Jammu doing more harm than good to KP migrant children

Now reduced to just five in number with a few hundred students on their rolls, these exclusive schools have been systemically eroded to just on paper entities. The lack of teaching staff and subject teachers in particular is ruining education of many a children studying in them and also rendering them unsustainable There are about five pubic (government) migrant schools …

KCCI Indian School Project: Korean Traditional folk tales liked by Indian children

Korean Cultural Centre India (KCCI) under its ‘Indian School Project’ is currently conducting  the ‘Story Telling Program’ for 2808 students from seven schools, which will continue till 10th May 2022. The students are getting to watch plays like ‘Heungbu and Nolbu’ and ‘The Story of Princess Huh’ and ‘Faithful Daughter Sim Cheong’ before their schools are going to close for …

India the biggest victim of cyber threats targeting global education?

CloudSEK, an AI-driven Digital Risk Management Enterprise, has identified a 20% increase in cyber threats targeting the global education sector in the first quarter of 2022, as compared to the same period in 2021. Of the threats detected last year in Asia & Pacific, 58% of them were targeted at Indian educational institutions and online platforms. This includes attacks on …

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