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Education In Bengal Has Taken Nosedive, We Must Take It To Its Past Glory: JP Nadda

Speaking about Syama Prasad Mookerjee's achievements, Nadda said that he had become the youngest Vice-chancellor of Calcutta University in 1934 at a mere age of 33.

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COVID-19 Impact: Finance Commission Discusses New Tools For Education

The meeting, chaired by NK Singh, was held in the presence of HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank', Minister of State (MHRD), Sanjay Dhotre and all senior officials.

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Online Environment Is Purely Outcome-driven & Shall Change The Way We Look At Education Too: Vipul Sobti, Unthinkable Solutions LLP

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In an exclusive interaction with BW Education, Vipul Sobti, Business Head, Unthinkable Solutions LLP, spoke about the firm and more.

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COVID-19 Lockdown In India Has Impacted Education Of Over 247 Million School Children: UNICEF Report

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The secondary impact of the COVID-19 crisis has aggravated the access to affordable and nutritious food for children.

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Post-COVID Future Of K12 Education In India

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The present COVID-19 situation has disrupted not only the delivery of lessons but the entire educational system, necessitating rework of the entire curriculum.

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Amid Pandemic, India And ASEAN Boost Cooperation In Education, Skill Development During Youth Dialogue 2020

The third India-ASEAN youth dialogue took place online on June 8 to 10, revolving around the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19 Advances The Necessity For Bold Reforms In Education

After the unprecedented disruption created by COVID-19, the urgency and importance of robust education policy is even more important than ever.

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There Will Be More Empathy In The Way People Approach Education: Dr Anunaya Chaubey, ANU

In an exclusive interaction with BW Education, Dr Anunaya Chaubey, Provost of Anant National University, talks about the institution and it's approach to fight with COVID-19.

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How COVID-19 Could Reinvent Education For The Information Age

Learning has to be lifelong as students will have multiple careers that make it essential for students to deal with constant change at a faster pace.

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French Envoy Emmanuel Lenain Calls Boost Ties In Education, Research And Culture To Reshape Post-pandemic World

France will continue to welcome Indian students for higher studies, ensuring their safety and well-being. Visas and scholarships have also been extended wherever necessary, the envoy stated.

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