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Education budget: A paradise lost

“But all was false and hollow; though his tongue Dropp’d manna and could make the worse appear the better reason.” John Milton, Paradise Lost, II.I.112 W e had a vision of a more perfect nation where democracy and equality were more than aspirations. We believed we could make this piece of paradise real with the unity of the people and ... Read More »

Should You Use A Professional Essay Writing Service?

Your reason for hiring an ‘outsourced’ essay writing service can be different from that of your friend. But generally, you resort to it when getting engulfed with too much work pressure. It can also help you when you are undergoing a writer’s block, yet obliged to submit your papers within a stipulated time. Or it might be so that you ... Read More »

Kerala Chief Minister Vows To Bridge Economic Divide In Education Sector

Kerala Chief Minister Vows To Bridge Economic Divide In Education Sector THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government is trying to bridge the economic divide in the education sector and ensure quality education to children irrespective of their financial background, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said today. He was speaking after inaugurating the state-level ‘Praveshanotsavam’ (entrance festival) at the Upper Primary School at ... Read More »

Different Essay Topics That Is Written By Custom Essay Writers

Custom essay writing is something that is in huge demand these days. High number of students each year are getting their essays written by highly knowledgeable professionals. There are really tough topics that are given for essays and students may not be able to cope with such topics. This is the reason why students are paying to get their essays ... Read More »

Education Conclave In Kashmir Hopes To Bring Academics Back On Track

Kashmir Education Conclave: Hundreds of educationists from across the county met in Srinagar. SRINAGAR: For the last six weeks, a wave of protests by students in Jammu and Kashmir have been a major challenge for the government – not just affecting schools and colleges but also the law and order of the state. Recently, hundreds of educationists from across the ... Read More »

Parents like me must fight the education cuts, not pay for them

‘At the junior school my children would have to contend with over £200,000 worth of cuts: equivalent to about six teachers.’ Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA On Saturday I attended my first protest march. The weather was grey and drizzly, my banner, saying “No more cuts” was hastily made the night before and I really wished I had brought a whistle. But ... Read More »

Investing in Education, Business Protects National Park

Ethiopia’s Simien Mountains National Park is often compared to the Grand Canyon in the American state of Arizona. Protecting animals and plants in their natural environment takes hard work. It requires more than just declaring a piece of land a national park. In Ethiopia, investments in business and education are helping protect Simien Mountains National Park. The United Nations Educational, ... Read More »

Dead baby snake found in mid-day meal in Faridabad school

The quality of the mid-day meal supplied in government schools is again in question after a dead baby snake was found in the food served to children. The students had complained that the food was smelling bad and some even vomited. Image source: ANI Twitter Summer internship opportunity for history enthusiasts at Mumbai museum The quality of the mid-day meal ... Read More »

Noreena on the Numbers: Education Spending

Both Labour and the Lib Dems unveiled their education election pledges. Credit: PA Education was always going to be a big issue at this election. It matters to the electorate. And the outgoing government’s proposed real terms cuts in school spending per pupil – the first real-terms cut to school spending per pupil since the mid-1990s (implying according to the ... Read More »

Odisha CHSE Plus II Science results 2017 declared, check them here

Odisha’s Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) announced the results of the science stream of Class 12 board examination on its official website on Friday.   The results of arts and commerce streams will be announced later. According to reports, around 3.8 lakh students appeared for the exams held in March in all the 4 streams of arts, science, commerce ... Read More »