Amir Ullah Khan and Netheena Mathews The Indian government has reportedly made plans for a gradual reopening of schools between September 1 and November 14, they will likely leave the final decision to state governments. The broad operational guidelines for reopening schools are expected to be notified as part of the latest set of ‘unlocking’ …

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. Economic disruptions due to the current pandemic have impacted funding globally, with venture capital-backed investments in India falling drastically between March and June 2020, compared to the same period the last year. Although, given the increased adoption of …

On July 30, the Indian government announced the selection of Korean language as one of the foreign languages ​​taught at secondary level. Following India’s announcement, the Korean Ministry of Culture said on Thursday that the Korean Cultural Center in India and the Korean Embassy in New Delhi have played a crucial role in appealing to …

India’s tech industry will create an additional three million new jobs over the next five years, according to an international organization that studies India’s ‘flexi’ labor industry. In total, the number of technology jobs in the country will be 7 million by 2023. All of these new jobs would appear in areas of digital technology …

Kuldip Kumar, a farmer from northern India, sold his only cow to buy a smartphone so his children could attend classes that changed online when the coronavirus lockdown closed schools four months ago.Kumar was already in debt and the cow was his only asset.He sold it last week for 6,000 rupees ($ 80), which he …

By Roli Srivastava MUMBAI: Kuldip Kumar, a farmer in northern India, sold his only cow to buy a smartphone so his children could attend classes that changed online when the coronavirus lockdown closed schools four months ago . Kumar was already in debt and the cow was his only asset. He sold it last week …

Kuldip Kumar, a farmer in northern India, sold his only cow to buy a smartphone so his children could attend classes which moved online when the coronavirus lockdown closed schools four months ago. Kumar was already in debt and the cow was his only asset. He sold it last week for 6,000 rupees ($80), which …

Smartphones help classes continue as schools remain closed, but poorest families struggle to keep up The coronavirus is changing the world in unprecedented ways. Subscribe here for a daily briefing on how this global crisis is affecting cities, technology, approaches to climate change and the lives of vulnerable people. By Roli Srivastava MUMBAI, July 28 …

MUMBAI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Kuldip Kumar, a farmer in northern India, sold his only cow to buy a smartphone so his children could take classes that changed online when the coronavirus lockdown closed schools four months ago. Kumar was already in debt and the cow was his only asset. He sold it last week …

The guidelines, called “Pragyata”, were developed by the ministry, following concerns expressed by parents about schools offering online classes like the regular school. The Ministry of HRD recommended that the duration of online courses for pre-primary students not exceed 30 minutes. For classes 1 to 8, the HR department recommended two online sessions of a …

Lucknow / Chitrakoot: Eleven-year-old Reena Devi aspires to one day become a police officer. The girl lives in the village of Khopa, about 15 kilometers from the headquarters of the Chitrakoot district. Reena was struck by an unforeseen tragedy when his school was closed due to the COVID-19[female[feminine pandemic. She comes from an economically disadvantaged …

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the justice system like never before. Constraints associated with “social distancing” coupled with lockdown guidelines have led courts and tribunals to close their premises to the public. At the same time, …

Author: V Sridhar, IIIT Bangalore India is on the cusp of a digital revolution. There is more than 500 million mobile broadband subscribersmore … than 1 billion people registered for digital identitiesover US$30 million in digital payment transactions processed through the native Unified Payments Interface per month and approximately 24 Indian “unicorn” startups provision of …

At last count, India had 1,071 infections and 29 deaths. Around 99 people have also been declared cured. More than 723,000 global cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed so far. Of these, nearly 34,000 people lost their lives. A marked change in tone can now be heard in announcements from top executives; US President Donald …

The government of Bihar has ordered all schools, colleges and movie theaters to remain closed until March 31 as a preventive measure to contain the spread of new coronavirus cases in India. On Friday, Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar held an emergency meeting to review the state government’s readiness to tackle the coronavirus outbreak. …

Anku Jain MediaTek, the world’s fourth-largest fabless semiconductor company, was bullish on its operations in India. Based in Taiwan, the chipset maker powers more than 1.5 billion devices a year across some of the world’s biggest brands such as Oppo, Vivo, Samsung and Xiaomi. An industry report released last year by techARC said that 42.2% …

Two schools run by the Church of North India (CNI) in Calcutta will open general education colleges, which will strive to provide quality education and attract bright students. St James’s School, a 155-year-old ICSE-ISC institution on AJC Bose Road, will establish a college in Rajarhat, on the border with New Town. St John’s Diocesan Girls …

Rishi BhatnagarJune 12, 2019 6:52:43 PM IST India is witnessing the IoT revolution and is being deployed in various verticals including agriculture. With technological advancements at hand, the opportunities for the IoT to revolutionize the agricultural sector are magnanimous. According to IoT India Congress 2018, the Indian IoT market is expected to grow from $3 …

Over the weekend, Maoist insurgents set fire to a tent and generator at Sondaha Primary School in the Indian state of Bihar, where police planned to stay during the upcoming national elections, United News of India reported. . It is not the first time. The Maoists have repeatedly committed violence against schools in the run-up …

Schools have been ordered to remain closed until January 12 due to the cold New Delhi: As the cold snap grips northern India and the temperature drops, all schools in Lucknow have been ordered to remain closed. All schools in Ghaziabad are also to remain closed until January 12. The temperature dropped after snowfall in …

In a joint report by The United Nations (UN) and the World Health Organization (WHO), Indiathe education system of sanitation facilities. Until ten years ago, only half of the schools had some kind of solution which has now grown to almost every school in India having some sort of on-campus sanitation facility. While this may …

Image: Shutterstock /> “All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina Good schools, like happy families, have something in common. Whenever I have visited a school where teachers and children are deeply engaged in learning, I have always found this: a motivated “teacher-leader” who invests …

India’s advantages of cost-effective R&D and a thriving domestic market for mobile-centric digital services could be effectively leveraged to create localized solutions. Editor’s Note: As India finds itself on the cusp of a new era of economic growth, it’s time to ask a big question: Can a nation of one billion people build a global …

Good practices must indeed be adopted. But we must stop blindly imitating foreign models and start thinking about developing our own Indian model of education, keeping in mind our diversity, our disparities, our particular cultural temperaments and our regional histories. Very recently, the Prime Minister’s Office sent a note to the Ministry of Human Resources …

In a developing country like India, there is expected to be increasing competition as the horizons of knowledge widen for people and opportunities remain limited. According to the World Happiness Report 2017, India sits at an abysmal level at 122 out of 155 countries assessed. The report draws attention as one of the fastest growing …

When not proposing to build an $ 18 billion underwater tunnel between the Finnish capital Helsinki and Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, Peter Vesterbacka, who rose to fame for making the Angry Birds mobile game the one of the most recognizable franchises on the planet, is an advocate for better education. Vesterbacka’s new project, Big …

Illustration by PealiDezine Text size: A- A + About 46 percent of Indian teenagers in rural areas can now understand simple English, and this triumph of the language is to be commended. IIn the mass of generally grim figures released this week in Pratham’s annual State of Education report (ASER) for 2017, there is one …

India’s green energy goals for the next few years may be clear cut, but the country may need to focus more on related technologies to achieve its eco-friendly goals. On the one hand, it invests in the research and development of superior technology for the production of coal-based electricity, the results of …

Copart, a US-based global leader in online vehicle auctions. launched its India Technology Center here on Tuesday The facility was inaugurated by US Consul General in Hyderabad, Katherine Hadda, in the presence of Secretary of State for IT Jayesh Ranjan and senior company management. Copart Inc executive vice president Will Franklin …

The current challenge in school education in India remains that of the quantity and quality of its primary systems. The Comptroller and Auditor General’s (CAG) recent report on the Children’s Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009, known as the TEN Act, was tabled in Parliament last week, confirmed many irregularities in its …

This is the latest attempt to militarize consciousness and equate discipline with unreflective obedience. Credit: Reuters Recent reports from the Prime Minister’s Office advising the Department of Human Resources Development to introduce elements of training in military schools and “patriotic” sentiments in mainstream schools have left me troubled. As a teacher engaged in a sustained …

Kochi, one of the 100 smart cities awarded by the government, is the first Tier 2 city to receive a metro project in the country. During the inauguration of the metro project in Kollam last Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that 50 Indian cities were ready to implement metro projects. India’s urban population grew …

By 2025, India could well use all the water it has. This alarming fact is amply illustrated in the graph below. 150 lakes and 7 major river systems have not been able to keep up with population growth and India remains one of the most water-threatened nations in the world. A 2016 Water Aid report …

You are reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. Dutch company Royal Dutch Shell Plc, commonly referred to as Shell, has opened a major new technology center in Bangalore – a purpose-built 52-acre technology center – with space for up to 1,500 experts, who would work collaboratively. Shell India Inaugurating the centre, Honorable …

Image: Lucas Jackson/Reuters All digital transformation begins and ends with the empowerment of every citizen and organization in a country, and India is no different, according to Satya Nadella, 49, Indian-born CEO of Microsoft, one of the greatest in the world. technology companies. “While we can celebrate technology, without this (accountability) we wouldn’t have …

June 25, 2015 melgupta under a Creative Commons license Years ago, a grenade captured the leg and part of a teenager’s spleen in an attack on an army-occupied high school in Bandipore district, north Kashmir. Lying on his hospital bed far away in the state’s summer capital, Srinagar, the teen recalled how his friend died …

Despite widespread concern about the effects of corporal punishment on children, it persists in schools around the world. Its eradication in many countries is proving difficult, and India is no exception. Violence against girls is now a political priority in India, after the horrific and fatal gang rape of a student in Delhi in 2012 …

97% of 12-year-olds were enrolled in primary school in 2013; compared to 89% in 2006. Almost a third of children continue to show signs of malnutrition by the age of 12 with high rates for economically and socially marginalized children and those in rural areas. 49% of older children were still in school by the …

India has made impressive progress in enrolling its children in primary schools and above all improving the number of female students, according to a UNESCO report published on Thursday. But India still lags behind in reducing overall adult illiteracy, and more work needs to be done to improve the quality of education, the report says. …

New Delhi: According to a UNESCO report released this week, India has made impressive progress in enrolling its children in primary schools and in particular improving the number of female students. But India still lags behind in reducing overall adult illiteracy, and more work needs to be done to improve the quality of education, the …

More than 600 students have been expelled from school in India amid widespread cheating – some with friends scaling exam center walls to pass grades through windows, officials said on Friday. The students were among more than 1.4 million secondary school students who were spending their 10th year in the eastern state of Bihar. Many …

Published: March 20, 2015 | Author: Brittany Cecil | Category: Academics A global experience with Southern Utah University’s Education Designed to Give Experience (EDGE) program began a few years ago, giving students real-world opportunities to go places and do things that undergraduates major universities do not have the privilege to do. Vishhant Lama and Cody …

Fortunately for Indian citizens, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi intends to change that. The gap between India and its emerging Asian counterpart, China, is significant. While China has created the world’s largest online bazaar and become a global leader in renewable energy, India has only just begun to explore the potential of e-commerce; IT remains …

Twelve empowering technologies could have an economic impact of $ 550 billion to $ 1,000 billion annually in India by 2025, the Mckinsey Global Institute (MGI) India Technology Report said on Tuesday. Mobile internet is the most critical of these and will likely reach 700 to 900 million Indians by 2025. In addition to cloud-based …

New Delhi – During a conversation about her life in ninth grade, Nazmeen, a thin 14-year-old with curled hair, began to sob. “Why did she say that when I still study so hard,” she cried, wiping away her tears. Her teacher, Nazmeen said, told her she would fail the school exam. “Madame has been teasing …

RAMPUR, India — At a public school in this northern Indian village, 8-year-old Dilip Banwasi learns his place. Her third-grade teacher makes her sweep the classroom floor and sit in the back row. At lunchtime, Dilip, a member of a lower social class known as the “rat catcher,” is among the last to be served. …

The world has become an open market, thriving through innovation and technology. Individuals and organizations are developing new and innovative products and services in an increasingly competitive global environment. But how many of these products and services are developed in India? And how many of them will stand up to fierce global competition? From being …

R KrithivasanStudents from Sree Karpagavalli Vidhyalaya School in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, watch Khan Academy math videos. CHENNAI – In a country where teachers are scarce and decent textbooks are hard to come by, schools in India are pinning their hopes on a free online tutorial service based in the United States. Some Indian schools are …