In the erstwhile Guntur district, however, a silent library movement has been on for the past few months.
The government has also set aside Rs 193 crore under the Gangadhar Meher Sikhya Manakbrudhi Yojana for providing free school bags to all children of Class I to V, free text books and school uniform.
Once perceived as a threat to print books, bibliophile communities online are helping revive the publishing industry
Various art shows, seminars and awareness programmes are held as part of the fair. School Education Minister Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi inaugurated the fair.
Primary Education Minister B C Nagesh told TNIE schools cannot go against the prescribed textbook.
In an interactive session with school children, Sudha Murty shared some tips on leading a stress-free life
Police ki Paathshala prepares tribal youth for better future in newly formed district of Chhattisgarh
The new district is predominantly tribal with hilly, forested terrain. It is located around 200 km from the state capital and doesn’t have any study centre for aspiring youths.
The bid to revise school textbook curriculum shouldn’t be seen in isolation. It is part of a grand plan to sow seeds of ‘otherness’ in society.
This book attempts to inspire both children and adults by highlighting the experiences of 65 innovative Indian change-makers and entrepreneurs
Deepak Dennison taps on the rich resources of open-source stories to offer narratives on diversity and inclusivity for children through his book 'Tales for Tweens'.
Textbooks revision controversy: Will place before people contents revised by Congress and BJP regimes, says Karnataka government
The move comes amid the raging controversy over the revision of textbooks with a section of society raising objections over the changes.
Some in Karnataka might be claiming a win, but it is a pyrrhic victory. What has temporarily won in the state is one type of identity politics over another.
As of Friday, 79.70 per cent of the textbooks were printed and 66.98 per cent were distributed to the schools.
Bhyrappa condemned the violence which took place in front of Primary and Secondary Education Minister B C Nagesh’s residence in Tiptur on Wednesday.
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