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Centre Directs Educational Institutions To Implement 10% Quota For Poor

Addressing a press conference, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said an office memorandum has been issued to implement the stipulated quota.

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Microsoft Philanthropies Leverages Technology To Empower Handloom Weavers In Telangana

Microsoft launches e-commerce platform for handloom weavers and collaborates with NIFT to create a new curriculum in ‘CAD and Color for Weavers’.

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Digi Marketing To Digi Transformation

In order to lead the personal and career growth and success, in India and in the global arena, the youth have to be aware and prepared. They need to be formally trained and build on their available personal and natural abilities and capabilities.

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Differently Abled Require Early Digital Education

Access to internet and breakthrough technologies have empowered and geared many sections of society towards mainstream. We as a society should also mobilize this digital revolution towards new possibilities for the differently abled. Digital inclusion for Differently Abled persons needs to be taken on a priority basis in India.

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3 Key Aspects Of Teaching Innovations In 2019

The tools and methods of imparting a robust education have transformed. The surprising thing is that with hardly 10% of the over 1.3 million schools across India that have adopted some form of Smart Classes & Digitized Learning Solutions.

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Cheating In Computer-Based Exams Is Impossible - Don’t Fall For Scams Or False Promises Of Help!

A few of the measures that in place to prevent cases of cheating and fraud. Today’s exam takers should be aware that cheating the system is a slippery slope that leads to the nearest police station, and getting barred for life. So be smart -- don’t fall prey to scams and false promises.

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17,590 Girls Aged 11 To 14 Put Back To School In 9 Months: Women And Child Development Ministry

Girls have a very high dropout rate in India due to rampant gender bias and gender inequality. Here's how 17,590 girls were put back to school this year.

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Indian Institutes Lack Proper Environment: Pranab Mukherjee

"What is needed that we should not only have physical expansion of infrastructure facility in higher education but also quality of education should start from the school," Mukherjee said.

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Smile Foundation Supports Bright Scholar Girls Equipping Them With Real Skills, Shape Their Grand Visions Through Learning Fest

Smile Foundation is a national level development organisation reaching out to more than 600,000 underprivileged children, youth and women directly every year through more than 250 welfare projects on subjects such as education, healthcare, youth employability, and women empowerment across 25 states of India. Adopting a life cycle approach of development, Smile Foundation focuses its interventions on children, their families and the community.

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