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27% Central school kids have no phone, laptop to access classes: Study

-The Indian Express According to the survey, about 28 per cent of a total of 35,000 students, teachers, principals and parents cited intermittent and lack of power as a major hindrance. ABOUT 27 per cent of students don’t have smartphones and laptops to access online classes amid the Covid school shutdown. But among those who do, most find online learning either “joyful” or “satisfactory”, although mathematics and science are the toughest to...

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Tumse na ho payega: VC-making words -Pheroze L Vincent

-The Telegraph How a put-down propelled Minz to helm of Dumka Varsity Sonajharia Minz still remembers the stinging comment: “Tumse na ho payega (You’re not good enough).” These words from her school maths teacher in Ranchi had propelled Minz, an Oraon tribeswoman from Gumla district in present-day Jharkhand, to resolutely pursue higher studies in mathematics. “I couldn’t get into an English-medium school as I was an Adivasi. But I did well at St Margaret’s,...

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A Happy Class -Uma Vishnu

-The Indian Express Once a laggard in education, Rajasthan has been working to make schools less dreary and more child-focused, a path also advocated by the recent draft education policy. The results are visible, with its districts topping the last National Achievement Survey. The Indian Express recounting the success stories in Dholpur and Nagaur’s big leaps THE nine-year-old gasps twice before she speaks, haltingly, in English, “I… I am Rakhi. I...

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India ends PISA boycott, signs pact with OECD

-The Indian Express PISA — introduced in 2000 by OECD — tests the learning levels of 15-year-olds in reading, mathematics and science. The test is conducted every three years. CONFIRMING INDIA’s participation in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) in 2021, the HRD Ministry signed an agreement with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation Development (OECD) on Monday. PISA — introduced in 2000 by OECD — tests the learning levels of 15-year-olds...

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Kerala government schools best in India, outstanding mathematics skills: Report -Anu Kuruvilla

-The New Indian Express According to education experts, better awareness and exposure is the reason why Kerala is doing better when it comes to pre-primary, primary, secondary and higher secondary education Kerala is going great guns when it comes to education when compared to the rest of the country. The fact was proven by the Annual Status of Education Report (2018) which was published in January. The study, which covered 596 districts,...

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