Education

Kerala and Tamil Nadu top NITI Aayog’s school education quality index

Kerala and Tamil Nadu have retained their places as the best states in terms of school education in the country. The revelation came in the Niti Aayog’s School Education Quality Index (SEQI) for the year 2016-17 which was released recently. According to the SEQI report, Kerala topped the list of large states in India in the Overall Performance and Rank ... Read More »

Gunman Attacks French Xmas Market, Killing At the least 2 And Wounding Quite a few

Enlarge this imageFrench unexpected emergency companies get there in a Xmas marketplace in Strasbourg, France, immediately after a gunman killed not le s than a few folks and wounded almost a dozen additional.APhide captiontoggle captionAPFrench unexpected emergency services get there in a Xmas industry in Strasbourg, France, just after a gunman killed not le s than 3 people today and ... Read More »

Centre should make law to allocate 6% of GDP to education: Manish Sisodia

Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi and Education Minister Manish Sisodia demanded on Saturday that a law be made to allocate at least 6 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) to education. Speaking at the Special Meeting of Central Advisory Board of Education (Cabe), convened by the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) to discuss and finalise the National ... Read More »

Female Scouts On the Usa Documents Accommodate Versus Boy Scouts Of The usa

Enlarge this imageGirl Scouts from the United states has sued Boy Scouts of The us, alleging trademark infringement.Elaine Thompson/ https://www.76ersedge.com/Shake-Milton-Jersey APhide captiontoggle captionElaine Thompson/APGirl Scouts on the United states of america has sued Boy Scouts of America, alleging trademark infringement.Elaine Thompson/APGirl Scouts in the United states wishes to choose Boy Scouts of America to courtroom. The group has submitted a ... Read More »

PALESTINIAN EDUCATION NEEDS TRANSFORMATION NOW

PALESTINIAN ENTREPRENEURS attend a training session in the UCAS Technology Incubator office in Gaza.. (photo credit: IBRAHEEM ABU MUSTAFA / REUTERS)   This past summer we traveled all across the country as interns of the Ambassadors’ Club of Israel, and met a diverse group of people. In many of our conversations, we noticed one recurring issue when discussing any hope ... Read More »

General Mills’ Box Tops for Education Program Is Going Digital

  In 1996, General Mills began adding redemption offers to its line of cereals. Named Box Tops for Education, the program allowed consumers to clip the offer from the tops of products like Cheerios and forward them to their child’s school, which could redeem each slip for 10 cents; that money was then used to buy school supplies and fund educational events. In the ... Read More »

150 poor students get education aid

  Malakpet: As many As 150 students from economically weaker sections of the minority community from the City pursuing Intermediate and graduation were provided education aid worth Rs 17.50 lakh for the current academic year by SEED, USA. The programme was jointly organised by Helping Hand Foundation (HHF) at MESCO Auditorium in Malakpet on Sunday. Amongst the beneficiaries was a young ... Read More »

Education loans: Financing to yield the dividend

Jobs have always been at the helm of political and economic debates, and the recent controversy around the government trying to pull down the NSSO report on jobs earlier this year had brought this topic to the limelight again. The recently published Periodic Labour Force Survey (PLFS), released after the new government was sworn in, not only talks about unemployment ... Read More »

Policy | For the education sector, the budget offers a mixed bag

The Union Budget, tabled on July 5, allocated Rs 94,853.64 crore for the education sector, which marks an increase of over 13 per cent from the revised estimates of 2018-19 financial year. However, this allocation is meagre considering that India represents one of the largest education systems in the world. The Kothari Commission and subsequent committees have emphasised the need of ... Read More »

Modi government’s draft NEP proposes a paradigm shift in education planning

CHENNAI: September 5 is celebrated as Teachers’ Day in memory of great scholar Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the architect of independent India’s first higher education policy. However, the new draft National Education Policy recently released by the Modi government diverges drastically from the legacy of this scholar, taking a 180-degree turn from some of the fundamental ideals enshrined by Radhakrishnan in ... Read More »