High Court to discuss doctor transfers on May 26

Three professors at the Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical College and Research Institute (SABVMCRI) were given transfer orders with no mention of reason. The High Court of Karnataka will discuss the petition about the transfer of three SABVMCRI professors on May 26. The petition had also asked for a probe into the recruitment of assistant […]

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Kalika Chetarike to fill the learning gap

The program is implemented in three tiers: state, district and block. Teachers of government schools in Karnataka are being trained under ‘Kalika Chetarike’ or the ‘learning recovery program’ to bridge the gap that occurred due to the pandemic. Salim Pasha, Deputy Director for teacher education at Department of Educational Research and Training said, “The program […]

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Parents seek refuge in school readiness programmes

SRPs focus on up-scaling children and tackle the learning losses that happened during online schooling. Can she cope  with the world? Will she be able to understand what is going on in school? She doesn’t have any friends. As she struggled to get Kshetra, her four-year-old, ready for preschool, she only had one thought on […]

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Ashwath Narayan should resign says KPCC

Minister of higher education of Karnataka is accused for being involved in various scandals. Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) spokesperson and Ex MLC, Ramesh Babu has urged the Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai to take legal action against Dr. C.N Ashwath Narayan, Minister of Higher Education of Karnataka. In the press conference held at the KPCC […]

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All homework and no play for toddlers in summer

Working parents are concerned about the productivity of their children in summer vacations. The number of summer camps, for children between the age group of two to five are comparatively less when compared to other age groups. Working parents in Bangalore fear that allowing their children to stay at home will hamper their growth and […]

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Bangalore University not ready for digital leap

Bangalore University (BU) recently launched their electronic office (e-office) system for electronic documentation of administration and filing work. With fans moving at a snail’s pace, the workers in the finance department of BU quickly work with bundles of files and papers. “For now, we are not yet trained for electronic work. We work with papers […]

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