Surya’s latest film which depicts him as an advocate is a biopic of retired Justice K Chandru’s, where he upholds that the Irular tribal people were being falsely accused of the crimes and beaten up to custodial-death and seeks justice for them.
Syadvada is the theory of conditioned prediction whose first part is derived from the Sanskrit word syat meaning “perhaps”. This theory along with six others forms the basis of the seven-valued logic system of Jainism. Continue reading Syadvada: The theory of conditioned prediction forming one of the pillars of Jainism’s seven-valued logic
The new teacher’s training material touches upon the concepts of gender identity and expression, heterosexuality, homosexuality, asexuality, bisexuality, trans-negativity, and various others. Continue reading NCERT’s guide to gender-inclusive education
According to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, with 95% of the population above 18 years of age being vaccinated at least the first dose and a reduction in Covid cases, the state is able to lose restrictions.
There is air of excitement and panic among students and parents going on simultaneously. Excitement of visiting school premises after 18 months, and panic and hesitation because children are not vaccinated yet. Continue reading How schools are re-opening and colleges to remain shut in Delhi University?
Parents who have been sending their children to a well known private school in Andhra Pradesh have alleged that the school charges rupees 30,000 per year as school fee for 10th standard and rupees 25,000 for 9th standard and they are made to buy textbooks from the school itself. Continue reading New fee structure for nursery to intermediate courses to reduce burden on parents & students in Andhra Pradesh
Many have started to wonder if the government is facing a lack of funds as the state cited subsection 46 in the Andhra Pradesh Education Act 1988 as the section states that the government can withdraw grants towards any educational institution in regard to the funds at the disposal of the government.
World Mental Health Day is celebrated all around the globe to raise awareness around mental health issues. The day provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health to talk about their work, and what more needs to be done to make mental health a reality for people worldwide. Continue reading “Thought I was bulletproof until it hit me that I wasn’t emotion proof”: Malaika Arora
With a ban on female workers, many industries and institutions are in urgent need of skilled workers and the current education system in Afghanistan shows no capability to produce what the country desperately needs. Continue reading Taliban regime: A shadow on the future of education in Afghanistan
Shubham Kumar,civil services exam 2020 topper from Bihar,says dream realised. Kumar said areas like poverty alleviation and development of villages and its people would be his focus area while in the service.”There are lots of areas in which we all can work to uplift the underprivileged and bring positive changes,” he said. Continue reading IIT Bombay alumnus Shubham Kumar tops UPSC CSE 2020
The recent fiasco around the partial demolition of the National Museum, Delhi, have triggered the question of museums to be relevant in present times. Continue reading Giving life to museums: Bridging the gap, post pandemic
The rising cost of higher education in USA is a shock for the people.
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The online mode of education helped many students to continue their studies during a pandemic but it has its own setbacks.
Lithium-Ion batteries are easily rechargeable and are commonly used in portable electronics and electrical vehicles.
NTA was established to improve equity and quality in education by administering research-based valid, reliable, efficient, transparent, fair and international level assessments.
Continue reading 8 people were arrested in Jaipur for NEET 2021 paper leak; students demand a proper investigation as NTA denies the reports