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The HRD Ministry reports 7% Of Classrooms in Indian Schools as Critically Dilapidated

No less than 7 % of classrooms in Indian schools are calling for urgent restoration. Unified District Information System for Education (UDISE), 2016-17 Provisional report puts the percentage of schools with desperately dilapidated infrastructure at 0.67%.... Read More


Corporal Punishment in Schools and teacher culture

While going through Right to Education act one comes across a relatively less talked about the provision which is corporal punishment. I have tried to share information and insights on the subject in this article based not only on what the act itself states but also how it is perceived and to what e... Read More


A collaboration between Google India and NCERT to develop 'Digital Citizenship and Safety' course for schools announced

A course on “Digital Citizenship and Safety” in the curriculum of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) will be introduced from class 1 to 12 and will span over 14 lakh schools across the nation.... Read More


Early Childhood Education in India and School Readiness Program

All eyes are on the upcoming National Education Policy 2019. Time is ripe and expectations are high. It is natural to expect the NEP to deliver guidelines that transform the education scenario in the country. There are very many subjects that have rightly found voice in the NEP but there are subject... Read More


How the schools can make parent's critique positive

No school provides “bad education or good education”, I personally believe every school starts with an intent to provide quality education. The philosophy, methodology, and infrastructure may vary with the founder’s vision.... Read More


Impact of School Architecture on Pedagogy

The school architecture is becoming more and more crucial in bringing learning experiences to classrooms in-line with the evolving curricula. It is not just about the classrooms, there is an undeniable need to attend the external context and landscape design as well. With such trends coming to the f... Read More


Artificial Intelligence to be introduced in CBSE Schools

Making the year 2018 eventful with changes that really altered the state of affairs, Central Board of Secondary Education is not seeming complacent.  Come January, the schools start applying... Read More


Policies to Enhance Quality in Government Sector

In a country, education is the foremost and dominant sector which needs proper emphasis for the growth of the nation. The government both central and state plays a significant role in looking after the quality of education which is being provided in all the educational institutions.... Read More


Teacher Training and Learning Outcomes

There has been a lot of deliberation over the level of qualification and skills of teachers teaching across schools in India. Teacher training policies have been reviewed and commissions appointed to study and report on the scenario.... Read More


Policy Changes Warranted to Ease Opening Private Schools

Private Schools in India are non-proprietary enterprises. Procedures to open a school in India must be eased to the highest possible degree to excel in the global developmental race, given that school promoters are committing their resources to educate children of India and contributing to the most ... Read More


Manage the school efficiently and get admissions?

Closely attending to both successful and retarding features of school management acquainted us with the capability to identify and rectify the features that impair the growth of a school. The reason that makes us research intensively and makes school management as one of our specialized services is ... Read More


NCERT Led Review of NCF 2005 on the Cards

The guidelines issued with respect to the curriculum prior to the NCF 2005 include the 1975 guideline which directed the inclusion of General Science as a compulsory subject and recommended activity based integrated science up to class 10th, the 1988 guideline for structuring a learner-centered scie... Read More


Selecting Genuine Montessori Material for Schools

Inanimate objects form an important part of the inventory of the Elementary Schools. They do so for a simple reason that works on a complex mechanism—they boost imagination and the learning to relate to objects. They engage the children better and improve the span of concentration which is naturally... Read More


How Corporate could Complement School Education in India?

The role of corporations in the upliftment of education and quality of learning has been recognized globally. The potential of the corporate sector to improve learning outcomes can be inferred from UNESCO’s ‘Education for All’ Goals and the ‘UN Global Education First’ Initiative.... Read More


Major changes in CBSE Bye-Laws come into effect

In a major development, a statement by the ministry of human resource and development (MHRD) has been issued stating that the CBSE affiliation process will imminently undergo substantive change. The news was expected as the governing body of the CBSE had submitted its recommendations about reform... Read More


Top 10 Criteria for Selecting a School for your Child

We have, in one of our earlier articles, shared the insight on the parents’ viewpoints while selecting a school for their children. In this article, I am conversing with the parents, sharing information that will help them in considerably narrowing their search for a perfect school.... Read More


How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?

There could have hardly been a better time to start/open a CBSE school in India and get CBSE affiliation. We say so because we are witnessing a change of orientation of the board – the 2018 reforms in CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws, which are by all accounts progressive. The curtailment of paperwork, cre... Read More


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