Category: Teachers

Parents & Principals to have more say in School’s Issues

With the goal to facilitate public participation in school management, the Delhi Government has decided to allow parents of students studying in a school, to contest elections to managing committees of that school. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government has...

/ September 17, 2015

Here’s what is axed from Delhi’s school books

On the occasion of Teacher’s Day this year, Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia had announced a 25% reduction in the syllabus for schools in Delhi, for classes V to XII. However, now that the list of topics that are proposed...

/ September 15, 2015

Suggestions invited for New Education Policy

Last week, Smiti Irani, Human Resource Development Minister invited suggestions from the students and teachers of CBSE schools on the New Education Policy, the consultation process for which began in January 2015.

/ September 7, 2015

Modi’s message on Teachers’ Day: Value Teachers

A day before Teachers’ Day, on 4th September, Prime Minister Mr. Modi addressed 800 students and 60 teachers from various schools in New Delhi. He also made a powerful speech regarding the importance of students and teachers in the country.

/ September 6, 2015

Teachers’ Day: A Salute to the Masters

To mark the event of Teachers’ Day, we thought of revisiting the friends, philosophers and guides who made us what we are today! So we asked the people in the Edunuts team, about their favourite teachers, and let’s just say, English and...

/ September 5, 2015

What Colour are the Educational Reforms?

In the historic general elections of 2014, the saffron wave took over the country. With a promising manifesto, an over- enthusiastic PR team and a leader with humble beginnings, BJP was the government elected at the centre. Today, after one year...

/ August 31, 2015

Soon: Foreign Professors and Scholars in Your College

In a programme that could open gates for numerous international academic and educational tie ups, the centre has initiated  Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN), in order to tap eminent scientists, scholars, professors and entrepreneurs from abroad, to partner with institutions...

/ August 30, 2015

How Delhi University Can (Kind Of) Solve Its “High Cut-Offs” Problem

As the Delhi University cut-offs get higher each year, the internet is flooded with memes at the ridiculous minimum percentages, cries of pass-outs and increasing blood pressure of high school students unsure if they’ll crack the DU admissions in the...

/ June 25, 2015