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Harness the Power of Technology to Make Teaching, Learning Joyful: Vice-President

Emphasising the need for more use of technology in education that has been necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic, Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday...

Online, E-Learning Jobs Witness Four-Fold Jump: Naukri

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, leading job portal Naukri. com on Friday revealed that its platform has witnessed four-fold jump in the demand for professionals...

Internships for Students With Good People Skills

College students, especially the first and second year ones, often hesitate to apply to internships for the reason that they don’t have any job-specific...

Hiring Activity in India Increases 33% in June: Naukri.com

In a silver lining amid the growing Covid-19 cases, the hiring activity in India saw 33 per cent improvement in June compared to May,...

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...

Here’s What You Should Tell Your Kids About Coronavirus

BY SIDDHI JAIN The novel Coronavirus has not just left our medical practitioners and researchers searching for solutions, but its also parents who find it...

Great Side Jobs To Earn More Money On The Side

A side job is something you should consider trying if you’re always short on extra cash and have to live from paycheck to paycheck...

94% Middle School Teachers Experience High Levels Of Stress, Says Study

Teachers and parents, please take a note. Researchers have found that 94 per cent of middle school teachers experience high levels of stress, which...

Researchers Teaching Artificial Intelligence to Connect Senses Like Vision and Touch

A team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have come up with a predictive Artificial Intelligence (AI) that can learn to...

New York’s Blind Professor Sees Beauty in Teaching

A New York professor, who teaches German at New York's Elmira College, speaks six languages, has a bachelor's degree in vocal performance and two...

Senior Citizens Teaching Underprivileged Children

By Ajay Kumar Teaching is one of the most important and desirous facility for Indian students. But, unfortunately some underprivileged children remain far away from...

Power of Words: The Story of Spiritual Form of Logging in the Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands is a group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean Culturally, the story of Solomon's curse practice is both powerful and...

The key to new learning : Keep your cup empty

By Parthak Prodhan, MDA professor from the nearby university hears about Nan-in, a famous Japanese Zen master from the Meiji era. One day the professor finally...

CTET admit cards available online

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: Admit cards of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) have been uploaded by CBSE. The exam is scheduled to...

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In a major study, researchers have revealed that heart disease in young adults and teenagers may be related to exposure to diabetes in the...

Evergreen Magic of the Legendary Dev Anand

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