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Delhi Government Announces Measures To Promote Bhojpuri And Maithili

Delhi government announced several steps to promote Bhojpuri and Maithili, including teaching from Class 8 to Class 12 and arranging free coaching to IAS aspirants.

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Live CCTV Feed From Delhi Classroom Will Be Available To Parents, Password Protected: Sisodia

Manish Sisodia’s statement came after the Supreme Court dismissed a PIL challenging the AAP government’s decision to install closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras in classrooms of Delhi schools and live stream the feed to parents of students.

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The Influx Of Technology And Its Impact On Education In Indian Society

Technology has truly transformed the way we live our lives. Unsurprisingly then, the impact of technology then is immense in the sphere of education too, where, be it at home, or at school and educational institution, the integration of digital and other technologies has diametrically changed the learning experience.

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Mega Parent- Teacher Meeting To Be Held In 1000 Delhi Schools On July 12

Scheduled to take place on April 20, the mega PTM was put on hold after the BJP had accused AAP of using the meetings as an opportunity to influence voters and get political benefits during the general elections.

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CBSE Introduces Experiential Learning From 2019-20 Session

CBSE along with NCERT has been planning school syllabus under experiential learning from 2019-20 session onwards which would include life skills and other important topics.

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Life Skills Olympiad 2019 Launched in 100+ Countries

International Life Skills Olympiad (ILSO) tests young children’s Life Skills Aptitude.

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Government introduces 4-Year Integrated Teacher Education Programme

During a Lok Sabha session on Monday, Union HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal introduced Government introduces 4-year Integrated Teacher Education Programme in India.

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No Proposal To Implement Common Salary Package For CBSE Teachers: HRD Ministry

The HRD ministry on Monday ruled out any proposal to implement a common salary package for teachers working in CBSE schools across the country.

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Over 36% Schools In India Without Electricity: HRD Minister

"As per Unified District Information System for Education (UDISE) report, 2017-18, 63.14 per cent schools have power supply," he said. According to the report, Assam has least number of schools with electricity at 24.28 per cent, followed by Meghalaya at 26.34 per cent.

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