A Tuition Programme In A Dalit Colony Getting Children To College

In 2013-14, Kumar launched a free educational empowerment programme, called ‘Ente Kongappadam (my Kongappadam)’, giving tuitions to children from the colony who were in Classes VIII, IX and X. He roped in students from NSS Engineering College to volunteer as teachers and started morning and evening

Alwar Govt School Classrooms Look Like A Train, Veranda A Platform

Alwar’s Government Senior Secondary School, Railway Station, takes its name quite literally. Here the classrooms have been painted like passenger compartments, the principal’s office looks like an engine and the veranda is the “platform”, where students hang out. “Children are always fascinated by

Mission 'Buniyad' To Skill Kids With Reading, Basic Maths In Delhi

Mission Buniyaad, a campaign by Delhi government to group children from classes III to IX on their maths and reading abilities, was launched by deputy CM and education minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday. The campaign aimed at 76,000 students in classes III to V in Sarvodaya schools and classes VI

2441 schools selected for establishing Tinkering Labs in schools across India

The Ministry of Human Resource Development has launched the Rashtriya Avishkar Abhiyan (RAA), a convergent framework across School Education and Higher Education to encourage children towards learning Science and Mathematics through activities related to Science and Mathematics. Some of the

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