Impact Of Zoom Meetings On The Environment

During the pandemic, one thing is sure; the internet has proved to be more useful than ever. Office meetings, classroom sessions, training, birthday celebrations, festivities, home entertainment and connecting has helped people get through these challenging times. However, as per the research published in the ‘Resources, Conservation & Recycling’ journal by the Purdue University, Yale … Continue reading “Impact Of Zoom Meetings On The Environment”

CCMS Teacher Amanda Huff Awarded STEM Grant

Amanda Huff, a teacher with Christian County Middle School Science, was awarded with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Grant. It was awarded to her by Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), Bicentennial Volunteers Incorporated and Hopkinsville Electric System. The competitive STEM Grant received applications from 600 compatriots across the seven states. This endeavour is a part … Continue reading “CCMS Teacher Amanda Huff Awarded STEM Grant”

OLAY Delivers Science-Lessons-In-A-Box To School Kids

The P&G brand, OLAY is sending out educational kits to school kids. OLAY had a noble thought of helping out young girls and boys in the classroom, in such a critical phase of their lives when passion for science and technology either expands or declines. They hope that this program, and their overall STEM brand … Continue reading “OLAY Delivers Science-Lessons-In-A-Box To School Kids”

Education Minister Sheds Light On Competitive Exam Syllabus

During an interaction with students, the education minister Pokhriyal announced that Kendriya Vidyalayas would gradually open. He extended praise and gratitude to the teachers who have championed online learning during the COVID 19 crisis and converted challenges into opportunities.  The syllabus for major boards and CBSE has been reduced by 30% for 10th, 12th and … Continue reading “Education Minister Sheds Light On Competitive Exam Syllabus”

Foundation Stone of Sonapur Science City Laid By CM Sarbananda Sonowal

Sarbananda Sonowal, Chief Minister, Assam laid the foundation stone of the Science City in Sonapur, Guwahati. The initiative of this Science City is to take ‘Science to the Masses’. Construction of this project has been taken up in technical collaboration with National Council for Science Museums, Kolkata. Sonowal tweeted that, once this project is completed, … Continue reading “Foundation Stone of Sonapur Science City Laid By CM Sarbananda Sonowal”

Six Hi-Tech Science Labs Inagurated in Elamakkara GHSS

The Government Higher Secondary School (GHSS) in Elamakkara gets a major facelift, as six international standard science laboratories were inaugurated in the school. These labs are meant for chemistry, geology, physics, botany and zoology. Interestingly, a new lab for mathematics has also been set up here which is considered to be the only advanced maths … Continue reading “Six Hi-Tech Science Labs Inagurated in Elamakkara GHSS”

Dr. Harsh Vardhan dedicates an ‘Innovation Portal’ to the nation

Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister for Science & Technology, Earth Sciences, Health & Family Welfare, dedicated an ‘Innovation Portal’ to the entire nation from New Delhi. This portal is developed by National Innovation Foundation (NIF) India, a self-sufficient body of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India. Carried out by the common … Continue reading “Dr. Harsh Vardhan dedicates an ‘Innovation Portal’ to the nation”

Indian Aviation Academy to impart quality education to budding pilots

To impart quality education to budding pilots and prepare them for regulatory examination, Indian Aviation Academy, New Delhi – a joint training academy of Airports Authority of India (AAI), Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Indira Gandhi Rastriya Udaan Academy, Fursatganj, Amethi … Continue reading “Indian Aviation Academy to impart quality education to budding pilots”

Madhu Raut, DIAT Pune to represent India at ASEAN-India Hackathon 2021

Madhu Raut who is currently studying for her masters in Cyber Security with the Defence Institute of Advanced Technology (DIAT) in Pune, has been selected to represent India in the ASEAN-India Hackathon 2021. ASEAN-India Hackathon is an initiative led by Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi which brings together promising upcoming IT talent from … Continue reading “Madhu Raut, DIAT Pune to represent India at ASEAN-India Hackathon 2021”

Admissions through JEE Main in Dr Abdul Kalam Technical University

In a new initiative, admissions into First Year Engineering Courses offered in all Colleges of Engineering affiliated to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) for the year 2021-22 will be offered through Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main. In a press conference organised by KIET Group of Institutions, Delhi-NCR, Ghaziabad the information was addressed by … Continue reading “Admissions through JEE Main in Dr Abdul Kalam Technical University”

‘Big Question Bank’ suggested for students taking board exams by Parliamentary Panel

In a move to mitigate the learning gap in the wake of COVID-19, a parliamentary panel suggested the Education Ministry that students of classes 10 and 12 should have access to a ‘Big Question Bank’ in advance, on the basis of which selected ones will appear in the board exams, sources said. The government officials … Continue reading “‘Big Question Bank’ suggested for students taking board exams by Parliamentary Panel”

Govt. rules for 10th & 12th CBSE board students

The Delhi Government announced the initiatives that will help 10th and 12th standard students to prepare for the board exams. Although the state schools can begin preparatory classes for the two boards, proper checks have to be in place, any student with COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to enter the school premises. Precautionary and … Continue reading “Govt. rules for 10th & 12th CBSE board students”