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Schools To Ensure 220 Working Days In The Academic Year

Imparting quality education is the need of the hour in India. If India wants to grow, it has to promote education in the best possible ways. In order to improve the standard of education imparted in India, the CBSE and the government keeps bringing about new reforms and changes in the education system time and again. Lately, the government of Delh ...
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Changes Introduced by CBSE For Classes 10 and 12

Board exams are indeed a very big event in a student’s life. Not just students, but parents and teachers are also extremely stressed during these exams. The Board exams for the current academic session i.e. 2018-19 are just round the corner. They are to begin from mid of February this year. To keep up with the changing needs of the society an ...
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Even Your Memory Can Boost For Long Run?

According to the recent studies by researchers in Japan, histamine improved people’s long term memory test scores depending on the strength of the original memory and could temporary extend memory is more than 25 as compare to ordinary memory. A total of 38 men and women in their mid-20s completed memory on three different days. Participants ...
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Kenya Is Ready To Introduce Mandarin In Its Curriculum

Kenya is a country located in East Africa with its coastline on the Indian Ocean. The education system in Kenya is not so effective. The growth is very slow. In order to improve it the government has decided to teach Mandarin in classrooms. They believe that it shall improve job competitiveness and alongside improvise the trade relations and conne ...
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Big Relief For Those Who Dislike Mathematics

Class 10th and 12th boards are a big cause of concern for students in India. These examinations hold a lot of importance. Not just students, but parents and teachers are equally concerned about these exams. Each and every student wants to perform his best in these exams and wishes to come out with flying colors. During these exams, suppor ...
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New Draft Policy Suggests Making Hindi Compulsory

Lately, a nine-member K Kasturirangan committee was formulated on the New Education Policy (NEP). The new education policy aims to bring into action an “India-centric” and “scientific” system of learning in schools. The new committee has proposed a three-language formula making Hindi mandatory till Class 8 all over the count ...
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Darkening Clouds For The Global Economy

The World Bank is an international financial institution that provides loans to different countries of the world for their capital projects. The World Bank consists of two institutions: the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and the International Development Association. The World Bank is a component of the World Bank Group. Re ...
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Michael and Susan Dell Foundation Invests $200 M in Education, Livelihood and Microfinance in India

Geeta Goel is a well-known face that has been representing the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation across three countries. These are: US, India and South Africa. In India she manages the foundation’s operations so as to transform the lives of urban low-income communities through improved education, livelihoods and financial inclusion. In her r ...
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Automated Speech Recognition Influencing Classroom Studies

Tech entrepreneur a CEO of Echo360, Fred Singer, who is a founder of a company which was developed after he visited to the classroom of his son. Fred Singer has a history of funding and leading a variety of digital tech companies in some past twenty years and carries a huge list of business and some charitable institutions on which he is serving si ...
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Dance of Atoms

Papri Chakraborty, a Research Scholar from IIT Madras along with her colleagues, under the guidance of Professor T Pradeep and Chair Professor Deepak Parekh from the Department of Chemistry, had conducted a research in which they had found that atoms in metals like old and silver actually do not move as a result of which they are stable and no ...
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