Search - School / College / Institute

FG News

A Leprosy-Afflicted Teacher Fought All Hurdles For His Students

Born in 1944 in Gunnathota Valasa, Andhra Pradesh, Balaram was one of the few lucky people who have got the opportunity to not get an education but also live his dream. The credit goes to his teacher Varahagiri Veni Madhavarao. His teacher was having deep stumps on his legs which even affect his walking but still, he used to travel 4 km to reach Ba ...
Facebook

Read More

A Shop Without A Shopkeeper

Have you ever visited a shop which is not operated by anyone? A shop where people can purchase whatever they need and drop the required amount in a box at the counter. Doesn’t it sound impossible? But, such an arrangement exists in the coastal village of Azhikode near Kannur. Inaugurated on 1st January, this ‘self-service’ shop is ...
Facebook

Read More

Innovative Close Reading Ideas for Teachers

If you are trying to make your students a better reader then teaching them how to close read will help them a lot. Close reading is a very simple and easy way to take students through multiple readings to increase comprehension. You have to make sure that students applying these skills do not get bored, so it must be spiced up to look attractive. H ...
Facebook

Read More

Education Sector Is Not Satisfied With Budget 2019

In his Budget speech of 2019 the acting Finance Minister Piyush Goyal had laid an emphasis on the youth, cited that India is a country which is amongst the youngest nations of the world and the government relies greatly on its youth. However, as we all know the Youth is directly related to education system of the country and still there were no su ...
Facebook

Read More

Venkatesha's Contribution To Education Sector

Education is very important for each and every child in India. The government of India is working hard to provide at least basic education to all children. The goal is difficult to achieve because India does not have adequate number of schools that have the capacity to educate such a huge population. If this has to be turned into reality then ...
Facebook

Read More

2 Marks For Planting 2 Trees

Nature is the most precious gift of God to us. It is our duty to use the natural resources judiciously otherwise these will come to an end very soon and we humans will be at the greatest loss. Along with the government, we as private individuals should look into this matter and take due care of our mother nature. In order to take an effective step ...
Facebook

Read More

India to Participate in PISA

The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a worldwide study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in member and non-member nations. The programme aims to access the educational systems by measuring 15-year-old school students’ academic and scholastic performance on mathematics, science, and reading. ...
Facebook

Read More

Tea Seller Wins PadamShri

Education is an extremely important aspect of a person’s life. To be educated means to be cultured. Education enhances the personality of an individual. The Indian Government brings forth reforms and measures every now and then to improvise the situation at the ground level in the field of education. Many amazing initiatives have been brought ...
Facebook

Read More

Mind Reading Technology May be Cumbersome

Scientists now have revealed Technology that could one day speak for you. Researcher at Colombia University in New York has developed a “vocoder” that could eventually decipher, purely from brain activity, whatever person has to speech synthesizer. The aim is to give the artificial voice to the patient, who has lost their own voice thr ...
Facebook

Read More

Textbook Curriculum Is Not Sufficient – CBSE Tells Schools

Education is the primary concern of our government. In order to improvise the quality of education in India, there is need for measures and reforms at the right time. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) introduces such reforms from time to time. Lately, CBSE has asked all schools under its affiliation to adopt and implement the learnin ...
Facebook

Read More