With many receiving relief funding, schools may be tempted to spend it on the latest gadgets. But first, we need to prioritise the most basic need.
Study based on responses from 3 Indian universities says men among all genders, old people among age groups, and science faculty members enjoy greater work-life balance.
New Delhi: Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Tuesday reviewed the COVID-19 vaccination status of teachers across the country and the reopening of schools. He also reviewed the vaccination status in the skilling ecosystem. "Reviewed the vaccination progress of teaching and non-teaching personnel of schools, institutions and skill centres associated with the education and skilling ecosystem," Pradhan tweeted. https://twitter.com/dpradhanbjp/status/1455482454253314058?s=20 As per the press note released by the Ministry of Education, Pradhan has been regularly monitoring the vaccination of teaching staff and non-teaching staff to ensure enabling environment for schools to move towards reopening. "With rapid vaccination at scale in the country, we are looking at a future with restored normalcy and vibrancy in our schools and other educational and skilling institutions," he tweeted. "As on date, a majority of states have already opened the schools for all the classes. Over 92 per cent of teaching staff have been vaccinated. In the institutions under Central Government, over 96 per cent of teaching staff have been...
75 experiments have been deemed 'safe' for learners to perform with materials found at home. The move is designed to deal with loss of practical studies during pandemic.
The decision comes after schools, students and parents raised apprehensions regarding online exams. The exams will now be conducted in the respective schools of students.
Education ministry data shows 35 lakh children are currently out of school, which includes those who dropped out during the pandemic.
Delhi University is one of 40 central universities, 16 of which were set up in 2009. Its cut-offs routinely go over 100 per cent.
The guidelines also say that books chosen by schools shouldn't promote any kind of discrimination based on caste, class, religion, gender, ethnicity, language.
According to examination controller Sanyam Bhardwaj, the announced date sheet is for major subjects while the schedule for minor subjects will be sent to schools separately.
The Central Board of Secondary Education also clarified that it has not released any official notification for the first-term board examinations for Classes 10 and 12.