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Mar 18, 2014 “Every station has a unique problem and should be looked at independently,” said Dr Sanjay Mishra, Director, Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA). Read more
Aug 11, 2013 A motivated head-of- the-school can make a big difference to improve the quality of education, says a new study. Read more
Aug 02, 2013 India’s demographic dividend could turn into a demographic disaster, if millions of young people are not trained to be employable, cautions Shashi Tharoor. Read more
Aug 01, 2013 The training videos for tutors are intended to improve the quality of teaching and learning. Read more
May 20, 2013 “We spoil the entire education system by appointing ad-hoc teachers who do not have proper qualification," a two-judge bench of India's Supreme Court said today. Read more
May 14, 2013 The Indian President, Pranab Mukherjee, called upon the academics to identify the grassroots innovations and link them with the ongoing education process of the universities. Read more
May 03, 2013 The government has decided to provide stipend to 1,33,726 female students at the bachelor's level soon to promote female education in the country. Read more
May 03, 2013 For developing 5,000 elementary schools into child friendly schools 3322 schools representing the 25 districts were selected. Read more
Apr 16, 2013 School report cards presents annual quantitative and qualitative information on all primary schools by tracking students’ overall performance, educational ...
LifeLines Education was created as a platform for ICT-led academic-pedagogic support to school teachers in rural India. The service is an innovative way to help spread education in the remotest areas of rural India.
Launched in early 2008, the LifeLines initiative aims at spreading the agenda of the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in Rajasthan. Started in Udaipur in Rajasthan, the project was scaled up to cover all 33 districts of the state. The project is a partnership between the Government of Rajasthan, UNICEF and OneWorld Foundation India. Currently, The service has served up to four lakh teachers in over 1,00,000 schools across the state and has a repository of over 40,000 questions and answers.

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