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Here’s how Edtech is bridging the learning gap in tier 2 and 3 cities

Riding on scalable technology, affordability and surging adoption, digital learning platforms in India like Brainly education app are generating useful solutions and serving as engines for socio-economic development and transformation.

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We are trying to integrate skills with the curricular requirement: Amit Kapoor

In this exclusive interview, Amit Kapoor tells us how his company, Eupheus Learning, is using innovative solutions to bridge the gap between in-class and at-home learning for kids.

Average hike of 173.67%, more than 40% job offers for women: Highlights from the ISB placement drive

The placement drive in the Mohali and Hyderabad campuses of the Indian Business School witnessed several highs and firsts to its credit. Average CTC of Rs. 34.07 lakhs offered to students.

Apps for Education

If you’re looking for the best online learning apps in India, here’s a list that should help you.

5 Tips to help you Crack NEET without Classroom Coaching

NEET is an all-India level eligibility test that acts as the gateway to the top medical colleges. Here are some tips to help you in your NEET Preparation without any classroom coaching.

Modern School Alumni Association Holds 10th Modernites Excellence Awards & Conclave, Recognises Distinguished Alumni

The awards were followed by a conclave themed- ‘World in Turmoil, Crisis of Leadership’ which was chaired by Hon’ble Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Chairman, Modernites Trust.

‘EduTech-For-A-Cause’ First In Class launched: Support for families most in need

NewsX-iTV along with Learnacation, the Rotary India Literacy Mission and the Justice Tankha Foundation is launching 'First in Class', an initiative which seeks to provide 1 lakh tablet computers to the children of armed forces, police and paramilitary martyrs.

CBSE Class 12 results declared: 99.37% pass with rising demands for school reopening

Since board exams could not be held this year due to aggressive second wave of COVID-19, the board has adopted an alternative assessment scheme to finalise the result.  Hence, CBSE 12th result 2021 drew mixed responses from students.

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