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World Bank Approves $500 Million Loan To Improve Quality Of Education System

The World Bank on Sunday said its Board of Executive Directors had approved a $500 million (about Rs 3,700 crore) loan to improve quality and governance of school education in six Indian states.

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How Digital Classrooms Are Transforming India’s Education System

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Students can also benefit from digital classrooms as they can receive almost instantaneous feedback and personalized feedback.

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These Times Are Not Opportune For Controversy In Education System, Says Dhankhar

"In the interest of education, I have taken upon myself to lead from the front with a straight bat and find a resolution that generates wholesome vibes," Dhankar said.

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The Education System Isn’t At Par With Technological Advancements: Ankush Singla, Coding Ninjas

In an exclusive chat with BW Education, Ankush Singla, Co-founder, Coding Ninjas, speaks about the firm and more.

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The Evolution Of E-education

Students and learners across the globe are continuing their learnings through on-line classes conducted by their schools, colleges, universities, and other educational institutions.

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Necessity Of Counselling Cells In Modern Educational System

The Indian education system is regularly beneath the hammer for being competitive and focusing on quantitative learning, long school hours, heavy school bags and an improper curriculum. With this system, students tend to become less creative, innovative and leave no room for self-learning, which is the need of the hour.

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After JEE, UK’s Queens University To Explore Accepting Scores Of More Indian Entrance Exams

UK’s Queens University,which recently announced inclusion of Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) scores in its admission criteria for engineering programmes, will explore more such entrance exams conducted in India for other courses, according to Vice Chancellor Ian Greer.

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Era Of The Sage On The Stage Is Over: Meric Gertler, President of University of Toronto

Yatish Rajawat speaks with Meric Gertler, President of the University of Toronto, an expert on Urbanization who has been working on reinventing how education is delivered at the University. Some of the issues discussed: how is higher education changing and what should Universities or institution of learning do to prepare for this change, why the design of classroom and teaching needs to change. How has the University of Toronto changed its approach to teaching, learning and skills.

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Javadekar Launches Scheme To Provide Apprenticeship Opportunities To Fresh Graduates

Union minister Prakash Javadekar on Wednesday launched a scheme for providing industry apprenticeship opportunities to fresh graduates.

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No Government Could Provide Jobs To Everybody, Says Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has suggested that only 50 per cent of the time should be spent in classrooms, while the remaining 50 per cent should be spent outside.

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