Home School Tips During COVID-19

Parenting could be hard during a pandemic, especially when your child’s physical classes are on hold. If you are helping your child learn from home or home-schooling them, a few tips can make it a positive experience. Priyam Saharia, a parenting blogger/expert at Momspresso suggests these home-schooling tips if you are feeling overwhelmed that your

MHA Allows Universities To Conduct Exams

The Ministry of Home Affairs on Monday permitted conduct of examinations by universities and institutions. The MHA wrote a letter in this regard to the Union Higher Education Secretary. “The final Term Examinations are to be compulsorily conducted as per the UGC Guidelines on Examinations and Academic Calendar for the universities,” said a statement issued

Downsides to E-Learning

Although online learning has gained momentum during the lockdown, the shift to the online medium has raised many concerns among the parents. Around half, 48 per cent of parents are worried about their child developing some health issues related to the increased screen time. Slightly lesser have concerns about technical issues (low internet speed, etc.)

UK PM: $1.23 Billion to be Invested into Schools

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised funding worth 1 billion pounds ($1.23 billion) for 50 major school building projects in England, it was reported on Monday. The 50 school building projects, which will be identified later in the year, will start from September 2021, in a 10-year programme which Johnson will launch on Monday,

CBSE Decision likely on Wednesday

The CBSE has informed the Supreme Court that it will take a decision on holding of remaining Board exams in July latest by Wednesday evening since discussions on the issue were at an advanced stage. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, representing the Centre, contended before a bench comprising Justices A M Khanwilkar, Dinesh Maheshwari and Sanjiv

Karnataka Bans Online Classes To Primary Kids

Karnataka primary and secondary education department on Monday issued an order banning online classes to primary kids across the state. Amid the complaints regarding online classes, suggestions from the cabinet ministry compelled the state government to stop the online classes for primary kids with immediate effect. “The ban order has been issued to all private

Karnataka launches UPSC training academy for poor

Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa on Saturday inaugurated the Sardar Vallabhbhai Academy, an institute for economically underprivileged students to prepare for competitive examinations. “The Sardar Vallabhbhai Academy is an initiative in association with the BBMP and the Chief Minister’s Urban Planning Project for the benefit of poor students in competitive examinations,” said Yediyurappa. The academy