Pearl Maria Dsouza

Bengaluru: Student ID as bus pass extended till December 15, students still face inconvenience

This is applicable to all students from class one to Ph.D. With the transport department getting back to normal functioning, conductors are more vigilant about students using the facility.

04 Dec 2021

Hybrid class, a challenge for teachers, students

Teachers are finding it difficult to hold the attention of the students, and administrators are witnessing a large exodus from the profession.  

24 Oct 2021

'School attendance will take time to pick up post dasara'

A lecturer from a government-run residential school said they are sanitizing rooms every day after classes and also hostel rooms now that classes have started full swing from morning to evening.

21 Oct 2021

Compulsory Kannada under NEP will cause urban-rural divide: Lecturers

Lecturers fear English as optional could affect job prospects

17 Oct 2021

Colleges reopen, but teachers confused over NEP

Lecturers from autonomous and affiliated colleges under Benglauru City University fear that students would be guinea pigs this year, with no clear plan on implementation of NEP.

16 Oct 2021

Large number of departments yet to onboard Karnataka govt's data transparency portal

Fewer seekers and givers of data on 'Mahiti Kanaja', which is meant to complement the RTI Act

13 Oct 2021

Retired IAS officer expresses concern over NEP

It is holistic and inclusive, higher education minister said, adding that NEP does not violate the provisions mentioned in articles 28, 29 and 30 of the constitution.

13 Oct 2021

NEP brings four year BSc Pharma courses to Engg colleges

Major transformation to take place in technical education: Bommai

12 Oct 2021

Artificial Intelligence, cyber security courses to be part of college curriculum in Karnataka

They will be made available free of cost to non-Computer Science college students and faculty members of Higher Education Institutions of the state.

12 Oct 2021

Midday meals in Karnataka begin on Oct 21

The decision was confirmed by Education Minister BC Nagesh on Monday. Nagesh confirmed to TNIE that districts have been ordered to begin preparations.

12 Oct 2021

Attendance low for smaller classes as schools open 100 per cent in Karnataka for classes 6 and above

Schools still have an option to continue hybrid model of classes — online and offline  and several schools are trying to do the same owing to lack of teaching staff.

05 Oct 2021