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CTET 2018: Form Correction Process To Begin Today

CBSE ( the appellate authority) will begin the form correction process for CTET 2018 today.

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Need For Quality Preschools: Impact Of Early Childhood Education

Simply put, the preschool curriculum, therefore, needs to be designed in a manner that it aids the child’s learning. Teachers need to be aware of how children acquire skills and must use it effectively in their pedagogy.

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KVs An Autonomous Body, Cant Do Anything With Morning Prayers: HRD Ministry

The Union HRD Ministry's response came in an affidavit filed in the court to a notice issued to it on January 10, 2018 on a petition seeking discontinuation of mandatory morning prayers at Kendriya Vidyalayas that begin and end with Sanskrit 'shlokas' and Hindi prayers based on Hindu religion

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How Technology Is Helping To Better Learning Methods For Kids

Knowledge or learning is at one’s disposal at any given time and from anywhere in the world on any subject matter, it makes group collaborations much more effective.

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Why I Chose To Move From Boardroom To Classroom

A chance encounter with ‘I Am A Teacher’ (IAAT) Teacher Development Program in 2016, gave me the hope and encouragement that I needed to ‘be and lead the change’ I wished to see in our education space. I was happy to see a program which was designed to break our frameworks besides providing the training I needed to be a teacher.

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Effects Of Virtual Peer Pressure

The virtual lifestyle has spared none and crippled all! While it has made life simpler for most of us, there is also an increased rate of side effects that they bring along with them. And one such harsh truth is that of going through virtual peer pressure. While peer pressure among the youth and specifically the teenage children, in the physical surroundings is always a cause of concern, parents have another reason to worry with the virtual peer pressure building around their kids.

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Students Who Failed CBSE 10th Exams Can’t Be Thrown Out Of Schools: Delhi High Court

The plea alleged that instead of granting them readmission in the same government school, the students were forced to take transfer certificate

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CTET Eligibility Revised

The students who have qualified B.Ed are eligible to apply for the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2018. In the latest notification, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has revised the eligibility criteria. The candidates those who passed B.Ed qualification and already applied for Paper–II and have already paid a fee can now apply for both the papers — Paper-I and Paper-II.

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Cartoon Network And POGO Reaches Out To More Than 100 Schools In Delhi

Turner India’s 13th edition of School Contact Programme is all about Fun and Fitness

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Modernizing Government Schools Of Delhi

After decades of negligence and staying a complex governance subject in India, education is that one sector in which the AAP government is trying hard to make a mark in Delhi. They are working hard so that the students of their state are not left behind, so they excel in life when they graduate from schools.

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