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BML Munjal University’s 7th Convocation: Kumar Mangalam Birla conferred Honorary Doctorate Degree (Honoris Causa)

BML Munjal University celebrated its 7th Convocation on Sep 2, for the class of 2022. The 318 students successfully graduated post-completion of their Academic programmes in the field of B Tech, B. Com (Hons), BBA & MBA and PHD programmes with this ceremony.  The in-person graduation ceremony was distinct as it was the first, post the COVID-19 outbreak, and was held in the heart of the sprawling University …

National Awards conferred on 45 teachers

 President Murmu urges teachers to contribute towards ‘educated India, developed India’ The President of India, Smt Droupadi Murmu, conferred National Awards on 45 teachers from across the country at a function held at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi on the occasion of Teachers’ Day (September 5, 2022). “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great …

Teachers will have no escape from education technology, better befriend it

On Teachers Day, we compiled views of some leading industry ed tech experts on how the profile of teachers is changing in India Teachers Day Special: Covid19 pandemic sanctioned a new paradigm—remote and digital teaching/learning mode—as   the new reality in all forms of education including school education. Post-covid with reopening of educational institutions, this paradigm has actually metamorphosized into a …

Aswatha Biju features in ‘Achievers – The Leaders of Tomorrow’ series by CSIR & NIScPR backed KAMP

Aswatha Biju, world’s youngest palaeontologist, who is a recipient of this year’s Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar (earlier called as ‘National Child Award’) by the Ministry of Women & Child Development, Govt of India, last week (Aug 26) featured in the second episode of ‘Achievers – The Leaders of Tomorrow’ by Knowledge and Awareness Mapping Platform (KAMP). More than 500 …

India@75: Celebrating schools and schooling must be part of New India

For a majority of the post-independence generation Indians, the first immersive experience, learning and engagement with National Flag and National Anthem has been at school. In fact, schools are a great reason for spreading patriotic fervor in India as National fests are a must calendar activity. Schools are essentially the temples of modern society.  Like singing and saluting National Flag …

Being safe and responsible online—part of digital citizenship education is still missing from our priorities

Freedom at 75 must also be an occasion of addressing compelling issues of child and youth By Autar Nehru In an all pervasive digital mindscape, evolution of digital citizenship is almost ‘civilizational’ in journey—from experimentation and rudimentary to standardization through political systems and doctrines.  Most of us entered into today’s digital world without induction even as rules and regulations continue …

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