By Ronald Rodrigues
Teachers' union opposes the latest guidelines issued by the university for the conduct of online lectures
By Pratip Acharya
MNCDF have received varieties of smart devices which they are planning to hand out to the people on August 15
After almost eight weeks of online schooling since the start of the academic year, teachers of state-run schools claim it has limited rea...Read More
By Sachin Gaad
For every child, internet use in the lockdown has more or less become mandatory because of schoolwork but parents must make it a point to...Read More
By Staff Reporter
The Madhya Pradesh government has approved the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered app ‘Class Saathi’ in 2,080 schools in 52 dist...Read More
The United States announced Friday it will not take in any new foreign students seeking online-only study, after rescinding a hotly conte...Read More
Time schedule for online classes might have to be tweaked, claim city schools
School authorities claim online classes will prevent academic loss during the pandemic, help students to learn while physical schools re...Read More
I work on a daily wage of Rs 200, I cannot afford a smartphone for myself. But now, I am pressurised to buy one for my kids, Sharmishtha ...Read More
Degree colleges have already started virtual classes for students through various online learning platforms to instil a practice for the ...Read More
With over half a month since the start of the academic year, parents of students above Class 2 from economically weak backgrounds claim t...Read More
Parents, teachers and members of the education fraternity participated in a digital candle light protest along with fellow members from K...Read More
Online education does not reach every student in Mumbai, claim parents
While acknowledging the major shift towards online education, students are uncertain about how programmes such as performing arts, social...Read More
Parents posted messages, pictures, posters and videos on Twitter highlighting the need for online education especially during lockdown.
Parents say reduce fees for online education; Schools say, fees needed to support teachers, services and infrastructure
By Dr. Paromita Chakrabarti
Digital education is an invasive medium that heightens the dangers of surveillance.
City shools have started surveys, data collection and poll responses to understand aspects of online education and methods to overcome ch...Read More
VC of Sagar University, RP Tiwari said that adopting online teaching method is demand of the hour.
By Tina Khatri
Studying-via-screen with the possibility of muting your teacher if she scolds is just an added plus for students.