21 Apr 2015
Burdwan (WB): The Burdwan district administration has decided to introduce self-defence training for girl students in schools. It has been found that school-going girls are often the targets of offenders, who take advantage of the long trek the girls have to undertake to attend schools in rural areas, sometimes alone through the fields, a top district official said.
17 Apr 2015
Sydney: Teaching children in schools about sexual abuse give them courage to report abuse, finds a study, suggesting that such kids are more likely than others to tell an adult if they had, or were actually experiencing sexual abuse.
09 Apr 2015
Patna: The Bihar government has decided to install an additional handpump in all primary and secondary government schools, state PHE Minister said on Thursday.
09 Apr 2015
Shimla: If former Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal is to be believed, 1,117 schools in Himachal Pradesh have only one teacher each.
08 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Want to pursue business management course? India is the right place. Business schools in our country have won laurels across the globe. According to a recent study, Indian-B schools figured in five preferred study destinations worldwide.
03 Apr 2015
Srinagar: Schools in Kashmir valley reopened on Friday after remaining shut for four days in the wake of incessant rains and flood threats in the region, officials said.
01 Apr 2015
Bengaluru: Kannada language will be a mandatory subject in classes one to ten in schools affiliated to Karnataka board and a compulsory medium of instruction from classes one to five.
29 Mar 2015
New York: A century-old belief that high daylight levels in schools could prevent short sight or myopia may be true even Sunday, suggests a study.
02 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Delhi will get full wifi coverage in two years and around 700 wifi hotspots will be set up by February 2016, state government's Parliamentary Secretary to Minister of IT, Adarsh Shastri said.
29 Mar 2015
Mumbai: Stressing that quality education should reach the economically deprived sections of society, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis' wife Amruta Fadnavis on Sunday urged him to allow more pre-schools to be started for poor children in Mumbai.