Around 3,540 Anganwadis to Turn into Play Schools
The Telangana state government has plans to convert anganwadi centres in village and towns into play schools, under the KG to PG free education scheme. Further, kinder garten sections (LKG and UKG) in English medium will be introduced in the government schools.  The officials are working out on modialities to convert anganwadi centres into play schools. For this, the anganwadi centres will b...

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England's Most Challenging Schools Want Leaders-Apply Now
A network of 100 "talented leaders" will be sent into England's most challenging schools over the next two years, the government has announced.The scheme aims to recruit "the nation's best and brightest" heads and aspiring heads with a track record of transforming tough schools.It will focus on poor coastal and rural areas and the cities that often struggle to recruit head teachers.Strong heads "...

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5000 Scientists to teach in Schools and Colleges in India
The government has decided to make it mandatory for over 5,000 scientists, working in different central agencies including the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), to undertake 12 hours of lecture classes in an academic year in public-funded schools and colleges across the country.Announcing the decision, Union science and technology minister Jitendra Singh said it would be "man...

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Modi Ask to Introduce Japanese Language Online in India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked Japan to introduce teaching of Japanese language online. He also suggested that said Indian languages could also be introduced in Japan."Indian languages could also be introduced in Japan and such an exchange would positively impact this century," IANS quoted Modi as saying after interacting with Japanese Deputy Minister for Education, Culture, Sports, Science ...

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PM Narendra Modi to Interact With Students on Teacher's Day
States across India are trying their best to organize student-Prime Minister interaction. The school are making preparation to help children listen to and interact with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on teacher's day. It is for the first time that the country's PM will have directly reach out to students.States like Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Jharkhand and An...

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Extraminds Launches Animated Videos for LKG, UKG Kids
CASE Extraminds Edusocial Ltd is in the global market with its exclusive set of animated videos for the kindergarten children. The animated videos include visuals of rhymes with actions performed by animated characters and voice-over of teachers and children. Soon after the launch of junior class worksheets, the videos of rhymes for LKG and UKG children are yet another addition. Since 2011, Extr...

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CBSE Scholarship for Girl Child: Apply Online
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is offering scholarship to the single girl students, who have passed CBSE Class X examination with at least 60 per cent marks/6.2 CGPA. However, the scholarship is meant for those who wants to continue their further school education of Class XI and XII.The objective of introducing this scholarship scheme is to recognise the efforts of the parents in...

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Delhi Book Fair Exhibits Educational Apps for Junior to 12 Class
How about a talking pen that would read out to your children? Or what about clicking a picture of a difficult lab experiment and understanding it using a free app?Such innovative technologies to aid educational learning are being exhibited at the ongoing Delhi Book Fair.Based on the concept of augmented reality, integration of digital information with live video, MBD Group will be launching a fre...

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Indian Teenager Among Gold Award Winners in Britain
An Indian-origin student, who scored a perfect five in his main subjects with 100 per cent marks across the board, is being hailed as the brightest student in Britain. Asanish Kalyanasundaram achieved the highest possible grades in maths, physics, chemistry, biology and critical thinking as part of the five main subjects required at A Levels in Britain. The 18-year-old, who simply says he is "del...

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No Science Labs in Tamil Nadu Schools- Survey
Around 62% of schools in the state do not have science laboratories, putting students at a disadvantage when it comes to practical lessons.For the Class 10 and 12 board exams, practical sessions for science subjects are marked separately and without labs, students will be hard put to do well in these tests. The Class 11 district common examination also has practical examinations for science subje...

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