Schools Reopen with Backlog, One-Third of Kids Forgot Language, Reading Skills

It has just been a few weeks that regular schools have opened and teachers, parents, and educational experts are already seeing a huge void in the kids’ learning. “Most children have gone back to their mother tongue,” explains Nagasimha G Rao, director, Child Rights Trust. “No matter what the child’s mother tongue was, they would … Read more

BHEL recruitment 2021: 22 vacancies for engineers and supervisors

BHEL recruitment 2021: Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has invited applications for recruitment of experienced engineers and supervisors in civil discipline on fixed tenure appointment basis for a period of two years at their project sites in India. The online submission of applications for the mentioned posts began on September 4 and the last date … Read more

JNUSU Members Stage Protest Demanding Reopening of Campus, Hostel Accommodation

Members of the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) staged a protest on Monday demanding reopening of the campus and hostel accommodation for students of 2020 and 2019 batches. They called for an indefinite sit-in outside the office of the Dean of Students (DoS) and urged students to join their agitation. The university on Saturday … Read more

Afghan Educator Says Will Continue Teaching Children Despite Oppression from Taliban

As the Taliban imposed several restrictions in schools as well as universities across Afghanistan, Matiullah Wesa, a 29-year-old Afghan educator and activist, has vowed to keep fighting for the education of children. Despite the fear of dire consequences, the activist is ready to keep struggling for the education of Afghan children. Even after losing his … Read more