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Vijay GarG1 May 2021
The initial lure of freedom to do anything while attending classes from the comfort of home has faded and a “Zoom Fatigue” has set in.
Onkar Singh28 Apr 2021
When it comes to examination for assessing the learning, the offline is still harped upon by regulators though contested by students.
Onkar Singh10 Apr 2021
There is an urgent need for educational institutions in India to evolve and develop suitable strategies and alternative arrangements to compensate the loss faced by the students and parents following the drawbacks in online education amid the prevailing Covid circumstances and the great divide in the society.
B Rakesh Sharma6 Jul 2020
During a survey by the Imphal Free Press, it was found that smartphones are sold above the maximum retail price during lockdown.
Kh Nishikanta Singh18 Jul 2020
there are still thousands of families in Manipur who could not afford even a Smartphone. Now, the pandemic has magnified inequalities like never before.
IFP Bureau15 Jul 2020
“Apart from gender activism I have taken up such initiative as no one knows when the pandemic COVID-19 will end. It is an initiative to live with coronavirus,” Santa Khurai said.
Onkar Singh17 Jun 2020
Recent declarations for blended learning and some courses being taught in online mode as an option amid Covid-19 scenario need honest thinking concerning internet access in view of the digital divide in the country.
NNN/Shillong10 Jun 2020
Pick and Nurture Pvt. Limited offers distance learning services to class IX, X, XI and XII students under the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBoSE).
NNN/Shillong9 Jun 2020
The Achik Students’ Welfare Association said that while the focus has now shifted to online studies, a good percentage of students have no access to either laptops, tablets or even a smartphone.