Annual Science Exhibition in Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium.

Out of 100 entries at the 2018 exhibition, very few of the students from government schools were represented. Bangalore, Nov. 23, 2018. By Lanka Samanth and Priyanka Dhaundiyal   At the science exhibition at the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, private school student’s class seven to 10 showcased their innovative projects. “The main objective of this exhibition […]

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Unkept Promise to Provide Midday Meals

The taluk of Hoovina Hadagalli receives midday meals from the government that are incomplete in terms of nutrition and quantity. Bangalore, Nov.21, 2018: The taluk of Hoovina Hadagalli is formed of some 170 villages and has 160 government schools. Out of those, only 20 receive monetary aid. They receive 60 percent funding from the central government, […]

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Virtual Reality Now Offered in Schools

Some schools in Bengaluru are now using the power of technology to educate children. The Blossoms School in Bengaluru has become the first school in the city to introduce Virtual Reality (VR) modules to teach students. There are VR headsets and other gears available for students to learn different subjects. “The VR module is being […]

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One year on, schools yet to adopt Child Protection Policy

With a total of 76,551 schools (government run, aided and unaided private schools)in the state, experts suggest that awareness level about the policy is quite low Bangalore, 23 January, 2018: Bangalore city is yet to do anything substantial a year after the launch of the Karnataka State Child Protection Policy (KSCPP), an attempt to curtail […]

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