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More Than 1000 Schools And Colleges Are Hit By Cyberattacks

Spear phishing attacks hit the education sector hard between June and September, affecting more than 1,000 schools, colleges, and universities, according to a global...

40% of World’s Population Do Not Have Access to Handwashing

Although handwashing with soap is vital in the fight against infectious diseases, including the novel coronavirus, 40 per cent of the world's population, or...

Here’s How the Pandemic Has Affected Lives of Dancers

The vortex created by the unprecedented lockdown imposed across the country to arrest the spread of the dreaded Covid-19 since late March has left...

Most Parents Deny To Send Children If Schools Reopen

A majority of 71 percent of parents will not be sending their children to school in October even if schools reopen. With rising COVID cases,...

Know the Negative Impact of Covid-19 Lockdown on Kids

Children, who appear at a relatively lower risk from Covid-19, are disproportionately harmed by precautions involved with lockdowns, warn researchers. Experts from Oxford University Hospitals...

Find a Job Vacancy at an International School in Bangkok

For the best teaching environment in Thailand, as well as the best salaries and resources, qualified educators should pursue job vacancies at international schools...

Gordon Ramsay Would Love to Open Restaurant in India

By Simran Sethi Renowned chef Gordon Ramsay loves India and its diverse culture, and he says he would like to open a restaurant here one...

2 in 5 Schools Lacked Access to Basic Handwashing Facilities in 2019 Worldwide: Report

Two in five schools (43 per cent) around the world lacked access to basic handwashing facilities in 2019, a key condition for educational institutes...

69% Parents Oppose Screen Time Limits for Online Classes

69 per cent parents oppose the screen time limits for online classes proposed by the Government, as per a survey by LocalCircles. Many parents have...

Children Infrequently Transmit Covid-19, Schools can Reopen in Fall: Researchers

Taking a cue from recent studies that examine Covid-19 transmission by and among children, researchers say that children infrequently transmit Covid-19 to each other...

eRaksha Competition 2020: Creating Cyber Awareness Among Youth

Online learning has become the need of the hour and the most viable resource that has come to the aid of children and their...

UK PM Announces “One Meter Plus” Social Distancing Rule

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce a new "one meter plus" social distancing rule to reopen the United Kingdom, the Daily Telegraph newspaper...

COVID-19 Could Push Millions of Children into Forced Labor: Warn UN Agencies

By Lisa Schlein A joint report by the International Labor Organization and U.N. Children’s Fund warns that millions of children are likely to be pushed...

How COVID-19 is Reshaping Education in India?

If there is one thing we have learned from the Coronavirus outbreak is that the future is unpredictable. In order to survive and thrive...

E-Learning Takes Over in the Times of Coronavirus Pandemic

Reports peg global cases of the Novel Coronavirus at over 25 lakhs, with India’s tally having past the 25,000 mark. Many are still of...

Schools in New York City Log Out of Zoom, Upgrade To Microsoft Teams

In yet another setback for popular video meeting app Zoom, New York City has banned its use for remote learning purposes in schools until...

Delhi to Have Full-Fledged Schools on Lines of NSD

Stressing that the National School of Drama (NSD) in the capital was committed to opening three new centres across the country, besides doubling the...

Schools in Germany Ban Use of Microsoft Office 365 Over Data Privacy

In a first such case globally, schools in Germany have banned the use of Microsoft Office 365, after a data privacy authority for the...

Authorities Urge Schools in London to be Sugar-Free by 2022

Every school in London should be "sugar-free" by 2022, health authorities said in a new report. At least one in four children across London suffer...

Tobacco Vendors Eye Schools For Sale, Says Study

Tobacco companies in India are targeting schoolchildren as young as eight years for sale of their products and placing advertisements, finds a new study. Conducted...

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