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Jammu and Kashmir: KU to partially resume offline classes from Feb 15

Srinagar: The authorities in Kashmir University (KU) have decided to start the offline classes for the last semester students from February 15.

Most believe studying remotely is here to stay: global study on world education

Three out of every four learners across the globe think that COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the long accepted process of education, revealed a recent study conducted by Pearson, a learning company operating in 70 countries.

Learning in the time of a pandemic: The divide that divides

It is three months since the first lockdown was announced due to Covid-19. Like all fields, the pandemic has affected the area of education too which has had to take recourse to online learning even from the primary school stage. But lack of universal availability of the electronic tools for learning, has also created a divide between the haves and have-nots. Anju Munshi probes

Power Publishers making e-learning videos for school students based on textbooks

Kolkata/IBNS: Traditional teaching process has now given way to digital methods so that students can continue to study despite the pandemic crisis and the lockdown.

Online predators put millions of children at risk during COVID-19 pandemic lockdown

New York/IBNS: Self-isolation has driven more and more children to move online during the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to an unprecedented rise in screen time and raising safety risks for millions of young people, the UN said on Tuesday.