EdInsights, Vol-2, Issue-3, February 2018

EdInsights, Vol-2, Issue-3, February 2018

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VOL-2, ISSUE-3, FEBRUARY 2018.

Union Budget 2018 - What it meant for Education

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Investing Rs 1,00,000 Crore through new initiative RISE. Focusing on Secondary Education & Higher Education

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Strengthen SWAYAM Programme & establish premier testing organization to all entrance examinations

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Focuses on quality education to Tribals.Open Ekalvya schools,which will be at par with the Navodaya Schools.

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Establishment of 24 new government medical colleges & setup specialised Railway University at Vadodara.

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Focus on providing Diksha Digital for the BEd teachers programme, to help train teachers

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Fellowship scheme for BTech students for higher-education opportunities in the IITs

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National programme to conduct research and development on machine learning & AI

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Set up 5 lakh wi-fi hotspots to provide broadband access to five crore rural citizens.

"SMART WORDS"

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EDU BYTES

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HRD Minister says IIT, NIT graduates to teach engineering students in backward areas

As many as 301 teachers will head to 11 institutes in Rajasthan, 210 to seven institutes in Bihar, 194 to seven institutes in Madhya Pradesh and 191 to six institutes in Jharkhand.


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First medical education-centric mobile-based platform launched

To promote collaboration among medical students, doctors and experts, and create a digital community, the country’s first-ever medical education-centric mobile-based platform has been launched.


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Stronger research ties: University of Birmingham launches India Institute

To strengthen its 100-year-old relationship with India, the University of Birmingham has launched an India Institute (UBII), which will aim for impactful engagement with the country.


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China launches first shared education satellite

China launched its first shared education satellite, Young Pioneer 1, into space from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre.

DIDAC INDIA 2017 SHOWREEL

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