Looking at how the pandemic has disrupted academics all over the country, the Rajasthan government has initiated a scheme that aims to bridge the gap and enable students to get by with their studies. In order to bring quality education to students, every educational institution needs quality educators. Bridging the
With academics largely on the backfoot this year due to the virus, the need to switch to more digital platforms have grown imperative. While classes and several aspects of education were conducted on an online platform, students from backward economic classes suffered as they did not have access to the
This year has been an academically tough one for students not only across the nation but for students all across the globe. While curriculums have had to change in some places for them to be carried out online, elsewhere, infrastructures have had to change to accommodate a more digital platform.
Offering lucrative incentives for any task ensures enhanced output and better efforts. That seems to simply be human nature. Lately, the Gujarat government has understood that potential and is directing this aspect of human psychology by offering handsome scholarships to meritorious students in Gujarat through the Gujarat Mukhyamantri Yuva Swavalamban
While the pandemic has disrupted every aspect of normalcy, academics have suffered the most. Businesses and governments will make back the money they lost, but how can students bring back their academic year? There is no rewind button on their studies, and this gap year has affected the career pathways
The pandemic has had severe consequences on the academics of students all over the country. And while many have missed out on learning, many others have, due to financial constraints, are unable to afford access to schooling equipment. Unemployment, as an issue, has spread far and wide, and therefore the