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Nobel Live: All religions teach us to take care of children, says Satyarthi at Oslo

Nobel Live: All religions teach us to take care of children, s...

Child rights activists India’s Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistan’s Malala Yousafzai, along with 11 others will receive this year’s Nobel Prizes today. The post Nobel Live: All religions teach us to take care of children, says Satyarthi at Oslo appeared ... First, 1 week ago
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Teach India: Grow with the power of English

In July 2008, when TOI launched Teach India, our ambitions were modest. We recognized that there were hundreds of thousands of underprivileged children out there who yearned to learn but were deprived of education. That there were hundreds of NGOs ...
 Times of India1 week ago Teach India: Being with her 'babies' was very rewarding, says this teacher  Times of India1 week ago Teach India: Talking to a prince in Queen's Language  Times of India1 week ago Three Indians Vie For $1 million Prize For Outstanding Global Teachers  Link1 week ago
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Bharti Airtel looks to spread Internet literacy in India

Bharti Airtel's first-of-its-kind awareness drive, Each One, Teach One Day, aimed at introducing millions of Indians to the Internet. Through its Each One, Teach One Day initiative, telecom service provider Bharti Airtel is aiming at driving ...
 Financial Express1 week ago Civil Society Bridges the Gap  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Who cares about Nirbhaya? No one!  Mumbai Mirror1 week ago Airtel to boost mobile Internet biz with Each One Teach One day  Telecom Lead1 week ago
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Need to teach lessons to the rogue: …

New Delhi, Dec 12 (IANS) Even as India will try to use diplomatic steps to avoid a confrontation with Pakistan, one needs to teach lessons to "those who are rogue", Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said Friday. Asked at the Aaj Tak-2014 conclave ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago Strong action against Pakistan in 6 months: Parrikar  Times of India1 week ago Need to teach lessons to the rogue Parrikar on Pakistan  Mumbai News.Net1 week ago New Delhi: Need to teach lessons to the rogue: Parrikar on Pakistan  Mangalorean1 week ago

British Council will teach teachers

Home > News > Posted by Elets News Network (ENN) Posted on December 11, 2014 The British Council in India has recently initiated a line of activities which is a part of their work in education. The council launched books and held seminars ...
 EGov Online1 week ago Spiritual Atheist : Bring Back The Teacher  Speaking Tree6 days ago ELS eyes Indian market  EGov Online1 week ago Innovation in Govt Initiatives in Education & Healthcare  EGov Online1 week ago
Electronic Engineering Times

IEEE whips up teaching innovation in education blender

Last month, when we spoke with Harish Mysore, director, India Operations, IEEE, he revealed efforts underway to patch India's educational issues with what is being called Blended Learning. This follows that topic with a demonstration delivered by Sunil Gupta, ...
 Electronic Engineering Times11 hours ago Redefining Happiness in India  Huffington Post1 week ago Make in India, sell in India  Hindu Business Line1 week ago Can India be cleaned up?  Asiaone2 weeks ago
Times of India

Teach India: How he taught his wards lessons in English to face the world

Ramesh Chandra's students picked up English; Chandra learnt patience. Now 64, Chandra signed up for Teach India in April 2011. He'd retired as IG in the Central Reserve Police Force a few months before and was looking for an opportunity to ...
 Times of India1 week ago Punjab, Chandigarh teachers to boycott varsity exams  First Post.com1 week ago Chandilya's grand plans to make AirAsia top airline in India  Rediff.com2 months ago

Better environment, quality teaching lures Indian students to foreign varsities

Unable to find a course of his choice at Delhi University, Ankit Khullar, 27, decided to pursue his graduation from the US. Armed with a degree in finance, he returned to India for his masters. But after "two wasteful years", he returned to the US for further ...
 Prokerala6 days ago Foreign varsities eye schoolchildren in metros, tier-II cities  Times of India1 week ago Better environment quality teaching lures Indian students to foreign varsities  Calcutta News.Net6 days ago
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WIC, India holds book reading session

Dehradun: World Integrity Center (WIC) India held a book reading and interaction session for teachers and principals by Prof. Debashis Chatterjee on his recently launched book Can you teach a Zebra some Algebra. The thought provoking book, deeply ...
 APN News6 days ago
Times of India

Teach India: Lessons did wonders for his self-belief

Haunted by the demon called depression, Rohit Rathore's father lost his factory job. All that was taken for granted - the meals, the clothes, the fees - was now in doubt. Everybody felt the squeeze: the daily misery of life when a family is without ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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