96% of Lady Shri Ram College students said the coronavirus pandemic and online classes had affected their physical and mental health, according to a survey conducted by the students’ union.
Students were supposed to be back in school, but many aren't. Now what?
“By the time you have your 12 AM class, your brain has checked out. My classes are really interesting and I shouldn’t be holding my head in my hands,” one student.
Virtual classrooms have made life easier for many kids who dealt with bullies, but new forms of cyberbullying exist.
NTA’s set of guidelines included staggered entry and exit of candidates and adequate arrangements to ensure social distancing outside centres.
While PM Modi and others have tweeted with the hashtag, many teachers are suffering due to irregular salaries, heavy workload and contract jobs.
Ramesh Pokhriyal said over 17 lakh candidates have already downloaded their admit cards for JEE and NEET.
The Delhi University final semester exams began on Monday and have already implemented the directions by Justice Pratibha Singh last week.
While engineering professors are farming and selling tea and snacks to make ends meet, union members say institutes linked to Telangana’s politicians are defying directives to pay salaries.
Hany Babu Musaliyarveettil Tharayil is the 12th person to be arrested in the Elgaar Parishad-Bhima Koregaon case.
Debaditya Bhattacharya, editor of two volumes that interrogate the idea of universities, explains the ramifications of the National Education Policy 2020.
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On Thursday, a group of 31 students from across the country moved the Supreme Court against the University Grants Commission which has directed universities to conduct final year exams by September-end.
Creativity, patience and low community spread help. So, apparently, do wings.
Justice Prathiba Singh, who was hearing the petition, said it was impractical to have timed online exams.
A sneak peek at how schools in other regions of the world that are already back have done it.
Immigration lawyer Poorvi Chothani breaks down the US immigration department’s order on students with F1 and M1 whose classes go fully online.
Kerala University has cancelled its exams while CBSE and ICSE school boards have slashed the syllabus for some classes.
The Covid-19 pandemic provides India a chance to reimagine its education system, said Suzana Brinkmann, who has consulted the Government of India and UNICEF on pedagogical reforms