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Ukrainian Crisis puts provision/availability of Medical Education in India in spot

Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24 among more than a million people also displaced the estimated 18000-strong Indian student community from the war-torn country. Most of these students are pursuing MBBS/medicine in various Ukrainian medical schools. As the distraught news of these students being caught in the crossfire of war led to frantic calls for their evacuations and rescue, …

What major political parties promise on Education in their manifestoes in Uttar Pradesh?

As the election marathon in Uttar Pradesh continues, all three major parties –the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP), Samajwadi Party (SP) and Indian National Congress (INC) have released election manifestoes. What these major political parties promise on Education in their manifestoes in Uttar Pradesh election 2022 is also a reflection on their understanding  the education needs of country’s most populous state …

ABWA student team innovates ‘SAATHI’ for elderly

Students of Mumbai’s Aditya Birla World Academy robotics team called Binary Bolts have designed an innovative device ‘SAATHI’,  a smart wrist band that has been developed with the objective of motivating the elderly citizens to prioritize their health. The innovatively designed wrist band named SAATHI can be easily paired with a mobile app. SAATHI consists of two primary parts: a …

Dhubela in MP could soon turn into a heritage village on WUD- INTACH project report

Known for its culture and legacy the town of Dhubela in the district of Chhatarpur, Madhya Pradesh can soon emerge as a heritage village to lure domestic as well as foreign tourists and help as a potent source to generate income. Home to Maharaja Chhatrasal, one of the greatest warriors of Central India and the great female warrior Mastani Bai (second wife of Bajirao Peshwa) Dhubela has …

Union Budget 2022 provides major thrust for technology-enhanced learning and start-ups

These initiatives will definitely provide a boost to our nation’s inclusive education vision as part of implementing the NEP2020 and provide major thrust for technology-enhanced learning and start-ups, rural development, enhancing the agriculture sector output and providing support to students’ mental health during this pandemic. Some of the highlights that are likely to make a major impact include the following: …

Government should focus on forming a “mission” for embedding creative skills in education budget

The Government, as it finalizes the Union Budget, will do well to remember that the designers of today are the innovators and entrepreneurs of tomorrow, and it would do well to invest in this intrepid breed of dreamers if we are to achieve our collective dream of a $5 trillion economy.   Given the disruption induced by technology (4th Industrial Revolution), …

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