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IIT Mandi Researchers Discover Phytochemicals In Himalayan Plant That Inhibit The Covid-19 Virus

Researchers show that phytochemical-rich petals of Rhododendron arboreum found in the Himalayan region, locally called 'Buransh' show antiviral activity and fight against the virus.

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Schools Reopen In Delhi, Tamil Nadu And Kerala After Covid

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On Monday, schools reopened in Delhi, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala after being closed for 19 months.

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Odisha's First Year UG Classes Begin

Physical classes for first-year undergraduate students for the 2021-22 academic session began in Odisha on Monday, according to the higher education department, by adhering to COVID-19 safety guidelines.

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Teachers Without Even One Vaccine Dose Won't Be Allowed In Schools: Delhi Govt

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Teachers and staffers at Delhi Directorate of Education schools who have not received a single dosage of Covid -19 vaccination by October 15 will be barred from attending class, according to an order.

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Mizoram Permits Reopening Of Schools In Aizawl Civic Body Region For Grades 10, 12

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The Mizoram government reduced COVID-19 restrictions on Friday by reopening schools and dormitories in the Aizawal Municipal Corporation region for students in Classes 10 and 12, according to an official.

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Many Delhi schools To Resume For All Classes On Monday, Some Opening After Diwali

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The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) stated last week that schools will reopen for all sessions on November 1, with teaching and learning continuing in a hybrid mode.

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DDMA Panel Recommends Reopening Of Delhi Schools For Grades 6 to 8

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In Delhi, a DDMA commission recommends reopening schools for grades 6 to 8.

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Decision On Reopening Of DU Campus After Diwali: Vice-Chancellor

Amid increasing pressure to reopen the campus, Delhi University Vice-Chancellor Yogesh Singh stated on Tuesday that a decision will be made after Diwali due to the risk of recurrence of COVID-19 cases.

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43% Teachers Unhappy With Online Mode Of Teaching: Survey

According to an online survey published in the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights' (DCPCR) first journal -- Children First: Journal on Children's Lives. the poll, the majority of teachers (43 per cent) were dissatisfied with online teaching, and 9 per cent were completely dissatisfied.

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Blended Education Is The Future Of Tomorrow

Vidya Yeravdekar the Pro-Chancellor, SIU, Symbiosis University shares her opinions on Blended Learning and the Challenges amid Pandemic, Virtual aka Cloud Campus, Edutech Revolution, New Education Policy 2020 and her philosophy about education on the BW Education’s weekly dialogue, the Wednesday-Wisdom.

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