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CBSE's Audiovisual Presentations, Toll-Free Helpline Helped Students Beat Exam Stress

The board had roped in a total of 87 counsellors, comprising 65 from India, two special educators and 22 from foreign schools. The helpline got more calls from students as compared to parents.

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What Works? Delivering Effective Education In Modern Day Schooling

Despite the RTE Act having been in force since 2010 and providing eight years of compulsory education, together with the Government promoting educational schemes such as “Padhe Bharat Badhe Bharat” (India that learns, grows too), there is still a long way to go to ensure that all children are getting a consistent, high-quality education.

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BIC Cello's Write-To-Win Initiative Trains 600,000 Students On How To Prepare Better For Exams

The ‘Cello Write-to-Win’ program has been designed to train students to develop handwriting skills and help them manage the stress levels that come with exams. Since its launch last year, the program has educated 600,000 students across 1,500 schools in India.

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Delhi Government School Teacher Manu Gulati Conferred With Martha Farrell Award 2019

Winning in the Most Promising Individual Category, the Delhi Government Teacher is recognised for her decades of efforts in enabling a gender-neutral society by coaching boys & girls in Delhi schools.

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Social Work Fellowship 2019

Applicants who aspire to bring, wishful change in the society with their philanthropic efforts can also avail a number of fellowship and scholarship programs to attain the requisite qualifications. A social work experience also enhances the value of one’s resume while applying for studies or jobs at foreign institutions. In this case fellowships for social work provide an incentivized benefit for undertaking the required studies. Here we have enlisted for you the social work fellowships for 2019.

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JNUSU To Go On Indefinite Hunger Strike Against Anti- Student Policies

“Time-tested method of conducting JNU entrance exam assessing the different aspects of a student’s potential for learning and research has been replaced without any academic reasoning.

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Delhi Govt To Challenge High Court Order Allowing Schools To Hike Fees Without Permission

Delhi government has decided to challenge the High Court order setting aside a rule which barred private schools built on public land to hike fees without seeking prior permission, a senior official said Monday.

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Training Teachers To Teach 21st Century Students

The most pressing question today for schools is to ensure that the teaching methods adopted by their teachers stays effective and relevant to the ever-changing needs of the 21st century classroom. The answer is fairly simple: The rise of the 21st century student demands the growth of the 21st century educator. Schools can address this through - effectively and continuously educating & training their teachers.

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Fixing The Industry-Academia Gap To Prepare Tomorrow’s Workforce

Today, businesses and HEIs estimate that only about one-quarter of their total staff and students have the skills to work and interact with emerging digital technologies. This figure is expected to more than double — to 62% for companies and 57% for HEIs — in the next five years.

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Gender Sensitization: Raising Your Kids In A Gender-Neutral Environment

Children tend to distinguish between their likes and dislikes based on their observations at home and the environment they are surrounded by. Gender sensitivity can bring a positive impact on the growth of the children, their choices, their development, and the kind of individuals they turn out to be eventually. As a child’s gender identity develops between the age of 2 and 3, it is crucial for the parents to make sure that they are able to choose their own identity and identify with it without bothering about the norms and standards rolled out by the society.

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