Himachal Pradesh beats Kerala in learning outcomes: ASER

Furthermore, at national level the achievement is 15.3 per cent, whereas it is 44 per cent in case of Himachal Pradesh and the state ranked fifth in the country. Himachal Pradesh beats Kerala in learning outcomes: ASER RELATED STORIES Delhi Nursery admissions: High Court stays government notification, minority schools are entitled to admit students Kerala … Read more Himachal Pradesh beats Kerala in learning outcomes: ASER

Delhi World Book Fair 2017: Oxford University Press to showcase its print, digital and blended learning solutions

Oxford University Press (OUP), the world’s largest university press, will participate at the New Delhi World Book Fair to be held from January 7 to 15. Visitors to the OUP stall at the World Book Fair will have a chance to look at OUP’s education, reference and academic titles covering a wide range of subjects … Read more Delhi World Book Fair 2017: Oxford University Press to showcase its print, digital and blended learning solutions

Javadekar emphasises on learning outcome assessment in primary schools

“Necessary amendments are being introduced to decide the parameters for learning outcome evaluation for primary school students,” said Union HRD minister Prakash Javadekar. In picture, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar (File Photo) RELATED STORIES SSC CGL Tier 1 2016: Results declared at ssc.nic.in Dr MC Saxena Medical College to pay Rs 25 lakh each to … Read more Javadekar emphasises on learning outcome assessment in primary schools

Learning outcome assessment to improve educational quality in schools

The central government will conduct student learning outcome assessment in various schools every year to improve educational quality in schools, said Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar. Delivering the Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Memorial Lecture at Vedavyasa Vidyalayam Senior Secondary School in Kozhikode, the minister said that in the learning outcome assessment, the government would assess … Read more Learning outcome assessment to improve educational quality in schools

How education startups are making learning more fun

Taslima Khan and J Vignesh Let’s say after a game on his mobile phone a 12-year-old boy has been able to master a little more of Calculus, or an impatient girl in fourth standard plugs into a tablet to know more about the ‘bite marks’ on Pluto, they wouldn’t necessarily be representative of a distant … Read more How education startups are making learning more fun