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Rs 1 Lakh Relief To Child Who Failed CBSE Class X Over A Delhi School Negligence

An inquiry committee found that the student’s class teacher had accidentally marked him absent while uploading students’ marks on the CBSE portal.

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Hindu And Muslim Students Given Separate Sections In Delhi School

“Of course children this young don’t know about religion, but they squabble over things. Some children are vegetarian, so there may be differences, and so on. We need to look after the interests of all teachers and students," a staff member said.

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How Schools Can Easily Achieve UN Sustainable Development Goals

These past 3 years have made it increasingly evident that it is not going to be easy to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals; in spite of the attention that governments around the world are paying to them.

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Early Learning Village Pre-School Emerges As Preferred Choice For Parents in Gurgaon

With its innovative and international pedagogy, Early Learning Village has emerged as the preferred choice for early schooling by parents for their wards with all of its seats filled in its first successful year of operation.

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TCS IT Wiz 2018 Mumbai Edition On October 7

India’s largest tech quiz for schools to reach out to 12 cities across the Nation

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Is Technology Aiding Or Alienating Us?

Through this piece, let us see how the new age gadgets has reduced opportunities for human interaction and alienated today's kids from experiencing the joy & free play

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Bharti Foundation Mobilizes More Than 1,00,000 Rural Children To Support “Swacchata Hi Seva 2018” Movement

More than 1,00,000 students and 4500 teachers today took part in the pledge ceremony along with the local community members organized in more than 550 villages across 11 states

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Next Education Partners With Capgemini As Edu-tech Enabler

It aims to provide digital learning abilities in 25,000 school students with the partnership

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Government Schools In Noida Get Smart Classrooms

5000 students will be impacted post the completion of the project

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Only 1/4th Of Third Grade Students Can Read, Understand Simple Short Stories In India: Report

"Only one-quarter of third-grade students can read and understand a short story with a few simple sentences or subtract one two-digit number from another," the report said.

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