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Taiwan Students Invent Lego Robots to Fight Corona

Students at a Taiwanese elementary school built a robot that dispenses alcohol-based disinfectants to promote regular hand-washing.

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In a unique and wonderful initiative, students of Linyuan Elementary School in the southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung are fighting the corona pandemic through Lego Robot!

This robot dispenses alcohol-based disinfectants for the students to wash their hands and keep the deadly virus at bay. Children from the age group of 6 to 12 years are using every opportunity they get to wash their hands. The discipline that these children show while standing in the line is amazing and must be applauded.

The Lego Robot was built by students under the supervision of their Robotics coach. The most amazing feature of the robot is that it plays a pre-recorded voice that says ‘Washing hands is super’ to cheer up the children and keep their spirits high.

The Robot also has an ultrasonic sensor to detect hands and spray the disinfectant on them. The spray bottle is attached to the robot and a motor wheel pulls back its handle when the sensor detects human hands. The younger students crafted some excellent scenes portraying the different situations demanding the washing of hands that includes a flower garden, an operating table, and a toilet.

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The idea of teaching the fundamental concept of Robotics to students came after the Fukushima nuclear disaster of Japan. Since this innovative school lies in an industrial area that is primarily dedicated to petrochemical industries, the faculty thought of starting an initiative with the vision of teaching children ‘basic problem solving’ in case of an industrial tragedy.

Linyuan Elementary School has a history of representing Taiwan in many international competitions and also bringing home several prizes by the virtue of an excellent Robotics Club. The story shall inspire other schools to promote innovation in order to counter real-life problems that we might face in the future.

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GD Goenka’s Shooting Championship 2023 to Honour the legacy of Abhinav Bindra

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GD Goenka University is excited to introduce the inaugural Gayatri Devi Goenka Memorial Shooting Championship, a remarkable event that underscores the university’s unwavering commitment to nurturing sports excellence and paying tribute to the exceptional sharpshooters from all corners of India. Set to be held from September 26 to September 29, 2023, at the GD Goenka Shooting Range featuring 25 professional lanes, this championship is poised to become one of the nation’s most prestigious shooting competitions and will be conducted using Electronic Scoring Target System (EST).

This championship serves as a testament to promoting sportsmanship and fostering the talents of both emerging and seasoned shooters. With participation from over 500 competitors hailing from across India, the event promises to be a grand spectacle, celebrating the passion and precision of shooters who have honed their craft to perfection.

Notably, this championship holds particular significance as it pays homage to Abhinav Bindra, India’s first individual Olympic gold medalist. The GD Goenka Shooting Range, dedicated in his honor in 2022, stands as a guiding light for aspiring shooters, offering world-class facilities and expert guidance to nurture their talents.

During the inauguration, Abhinav Bindra expressed his thoughts, stating, “I extend my heartfelt congratulations to GD Goenka for the remarkable facilities they have established and the emphasis they place on sports across their educational institutions. I am confident that the students will achieve remarkable success in various tournaments, but more importantly, they will imbibe the values that sports instill in us.”

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Nipun Goenka, Managing Director of GD Goenka Group, aptly remarked, “The Gayatri Devi Goenka Memorial Shooting Championship transcends mere competition; it’s a celebration of the essence of sportsmanship, camaraderie, and unwavering dedication. We take immense pride in providing a platform for India’s talented marksmen and markswomen to shine, and we firmly believe that this championship will serve as an inspiration to a new generation of shooting enthusiasts.”

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Pondicherry Government to Cover Tuition Fees for Govt School Students Pursuing Medical Studies

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Pondicherry – In a significant move to promote higher education among students from government schools, the Pondicherry Chief Minister, N Rangasamy, announced on Thursday that the territorial administration would fully cover the tuition fees for students hailing from government-run schools who secure admission into undergraduate medical programs in the Union Territory for the ongoing academic year.

The Chief Minister made this announcement during a press briefing held in Pondicherry, emphasizing that the scheme is exclusively available to students who have successfully completed their school education in government institutions and have cleared the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).

Under this initiative, students from government schools will be granted admission under a 10 percent horizontal reservation quota in undergraduate medical courses within the Union Territory. The government is actively coordinating with colleges to ensure that students admitted under this scheme are not burdened with tuition fees, as these costs will be borne entirely by the administration.

The process of selecting students for professional courses in Pondicherry is conducted by the Centralised Admission Committee (CENTAC). Notably, earlier this month, the Central Government approved the proposal put forth by the Pondicherry administration to implement this reservation quota.

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In response to the development, A Anbalagan, the convenor of the AIADMK in Pondicherry, expressed his party’s appreciation for the introduction of this 10 percent reservation for students from government schools pursuing medical education. He mentioned that the AIADMK had been advocating for this initiative, and he thanked Chief Minister N Rangasamy for making it a reality.

This move is expected to not only encourage students from government schools to pursue medical studies but also reduce the financial burden on their families, making quality education more accessible to all.

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UOW Australia & NSE Academy unveil book on Corporate Finance; Adam Gilchrist rings the ceremonial bell

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The University of Wollongong (UOW) Australia, in collaboration with the NSE Academy launched their new book titled “Introduction to Corporate Finance (sixth edition)” at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) in Mumbai. The book, authored by first year lecturers at UOW campuses in Hong Kong and Dubai, is poised to become a seminal work in understanding the complexities and nuances of the corporate finance landscape.

The book was launched by MD & CEO, NSE Ashishkumar Chauhan, UOW’s Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Patricia M. Davidson, Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor Alex Frino, and Global Brand Ambassador Adam Gilchrist. The book includes a chapter which details how shares are traded on the National Stock Exchange.  

The book launch took place on the heels of UOW unveiling its India identity at GIFT City, Gujarat, on September 18 (Monday). The University is on track to being one of the first foreign universities to have a teaching base in India, and to hand out Australian degrees to Indian students. 

The event at NSE featured a discussion by Chauhan and Frino on the intriguing subject of the ‘Future of Equities Markets in India’. The highly anticipated talk provided a comprehensive overview of the evolving trends, the formidable challenges, and the abundant opportunities that shape India’s dynamic equities markets landscape. 

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“India has made significant strides in maintaining a regulatory environment that is investor-friendly, a key factor in attracting more foreign investment into our vibrant markets. The ongoing reforms and initiatives, including the establishment of the GIFT City as a financial hub and IFSCA (GIFT City regulator), exemplify our commitment to nurturing global partnerships and welcoming foreign institutions, such as the University of Wollongong, to have a physical presence in India. It is an exciting time for India, and we are dedicated to embracing innovation, facilitating market integration with the global arena, and ensuring a prosperous future for both our domestic and international stakeholders,” said Ashishkumar Chauhan, MD & CEO, NSE

“India’s remarkable rise in fintech and technological advancements in recent years, coupled with the surge in digital consumption, presents an ideal environment for international businesses to thrive. UOW’s physical presence in India signifies more than just a strategic move; it represents our commitment to fostering deeper research engagements with our Indian partners, resulting in impactful global outcomes. Our presence in India allows us to provide world-class education, nurturing India’s young population and contributing to their holistic development. It also aligns with our vision to expand our international footprint, strengthening our global network and creating a bridge for knowledge exchange,” added Professor Frino from UOW

On the occasion of the book launch, UOW Global Brand Ambassador and cricketing legend Adam Gilchrist interacted with the delegation from NSE and key Australian government officials and rang the ceremonial bell, signifying stronger Australia – India relations in trade, research and education partnerships.

The University, which has a strong global presence, has been successfully operating campuses in Australia, Dubai, Malaysia and Hong Kong. It will commence its India operations in 2024 with a Graduate Certificate in Computing and a Masters in Computing (Data Analytics), followed by other undergraduate programs. UOW already has close ties with over 30 Indian universities for research and educational collaborations in the areas of software development, advanced medicine solutions, molecular and life sciences, advanced manufacturing, cybersecurity and mining technologies.

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CLAT To Be Conducted In Regional Languages- NTA To Delhi High Court

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New Delhi, September 21, 2023 – The National Testing Agency (NTA) has made a significant announcement, stating its readiness to conduct the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) in a variety of regional languages, potentially as early as 2024. This move aims to make CLAT, a crucial examination for law aspirants, more accessible to students across India. However, the final decision rests with the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs), the current organizers of CLAT.

In response to a petition presented before the Delhi High Court, NTA revealed its willingness to conduct CLAT in languages such as Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. This initiative could revolutionize the accessibility of legal education by breaking down language barriers.

The NTA further stated its readiness to administer CLAT in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode, similar to other major entrance exams such as JEE and CUET. If approved, the CLAT (UG)-2024 could potentially be held in the third or fourth week of January 2024, taking into consideration the necessary preparations.

This move has garnered widespread support from students and educationists who believe it will foster inclusivity and democratize access to legal education. Advocates argue that conducting CLAT in regional languages aligns with India’s emphasis on mother tongue-based education, as recommended by the 2020 Education Policy and the 2009 Right to Education Act.

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Despite the enthusiasm surrounding this decision, there are valid concerns regarding the feasibility and cost implications. Ensuring accurate translation and equal access to exam materials for all students will be paramount. Additionally, coordinating the logistics of conducting CLAT in multiple languages will be a complex endeavor.

CLAT, which is presently conducted solely in English, has faced criticism for allegedly discriminating against students with regional language backgrounds, potentially violating constitutional articles 14 and 29(2). This development holds the potential to bring about a transformative change in the way aspiring lawyers across India prepare for their legal careers.

As the legal fraternity awaits the final decision by the Consortium of National Law Universities, the prospect of CLAT being conducted in regional languages has ignited hope for a more inclusive legal education landscape while also presenting a set of logistical and financial challenges that must be thoughtfully addressed.

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UK-Gujarat Higher Education Conference: Gujarat’s education system to be strengthened

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A high-level academic consultation was held in Gujarat on Wednesday to explore the potential of Transnational Education (TNE) partnerships between the UK and Gujarat higher education institutions (HEIs). The event was organised by the Department of Higher and Technical Education Government of Gujarat and UK in India, which hosted a senior-level higher education delegation from September 18-22. The delegation visited Ahmedabad and met with Gujarat’s Higher and Technical Education Minister Rushikesh Patel.

The consultation aimed to promote internationalisation and support institutions on both sides to develop shared understanding and collaboration opportunities. The delegation included vice chancellors of various UK universities and bodies, who discussed the latest trends and opportunities in the field of education, such as the implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP) and the scope of joint venture with new technology.

Minister Rushikesh Patel welcomed the delegation and briefed them about the research and innovation opportunities in Gujarat, the work being done in Gujarat in terms of Student Startup Innovation Policy (SSIP) and start-ups, and the recent Gujarat Public Universities Act passed by the Gujarat Legislative Assembly. He also congratulated Alison Barrett MBE, Director of British Council India, for the trust and collaboration that exists between the UK and Gujarat higher education systems.

Barrett said, “We are delighted to be in Gujarat with a large delegation of UK universities and bodies to discuss partnership opportunities institutions in the State and those in the UK, showcasing the trust and collaboration that exists between our higher education systems. Institutions from the state and the UK are already working together, and we are confident that our discussions will pave the way for even more mutually beneficial initiatives. This is a moment to celebrate the deep and extensive links that exist between our universities and the numerous opportunities for collaboration and internationalisation.”

The meeting also focused on how to make Gujarat’s universities world class with the implementation of the Gujarat Public Universities Act, to strengthen the education system of Gujarat in the field of National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) and Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) through SSIP, and to mark Gujarat on the international stage through various provisions of NEP. The Minister said that Indo-UK relations will continue to be important in capacity building of the state’s higher education system. (ANI)

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Maharashtra Launches ‘Adopt a School’ Scheme to Boost Education Quality

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The Maharashtra government has announced a new scheme on September 19 that will allow private entities with a SEBI registered CSR certificate to adopt government schools in the state. The scheme, called Adopt a School, aims to improve the quality of education and infrastructure in these schools, irrespective of their medium of instruction.

The scheme will be implemented in phases across the state and the period of adoption will be either five or ten years. The private entities can also choose to add their name to the existing name of the school for the duration of the adoption.

The government has fixed the adoption fee at Rs 2 crore for five years and Rs 3 crore for ten years for schools located in A and B category municipal corporations, such as Mumbai and Pune. The fee will be used for enhancing the facilities, curriculum, teaching methods, and learning outcomes of the students. The private entities will also have to provide regular feedback and reports to the government on the progress of the schools.

The scheme is part of the government’s efforts to achieve the goals set by the National Education Policy 2020, which envisages a holistic and multidisciplinary education system in India. The scheme will also create a platform for collaboration and innovation between the public and private sectors in the field of education.

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Students launch campaign at Ladakh’s Khardongla to sensitize people on ozone layer

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Scores of students reached out to tourists and cab drivers on one of the world’s highest motorable roads Khardongla in Ladakh to sensitise them about the dangers of ozone layer depletion on September 18, 2023.

The campaign, supported by both students and staffers of the Nobra government college, aimed at mobilising people to take immediate action in safeguarding the ozone layer, participants of the campaign said.

The students, who were on a five-day educational-cum-exposure tour to Kargil, interacted with security personnel deployed there, tourists, and cab drivers, they said.

They spread awareness about the dangers of ozone layer depletion and ways to preserve it as well as requested people to become ozone-friendly citizens and promote the use of ozone-friendly goods and services, the participants said.

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The students also took a pledge to protect the planet and conserve natural resources for future generations.

Source- Press Trust of India

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Government Initiates Re-Employment of Retired Teachers

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In a significant move aimed at ensuring continuous education for students, the state government has formulated a plan to re-employ retired teachers in government schools who superannuated during the ongoing academic session. This decision aims to maintain the educational flow without disruption.

Sources close to the matter have revealed that the re-employment scheme encompasses all teachers, including school heads, and selection will be based on various factors such as workload and student-teacher ratios. Re-employment will be on a temporary basis and will be at the discretion of the government, as per a letter issued by the Additional Chief Secretary (School Education) to District Education Officers and District Elementary Education Officers today.

Diljit Singh, District Elementary Education Officer in Rohtak, confirmed the decision and emphasized its benefits for students. This initiative has garnered support from various quarters, with Satpal Sindhu, President of the Haryana School Lecturers Association, commending the move. He highlighted that this approach will prevent any disruptions in students’ education due to the mid-term retirement of teachers.

Sindhu also pointed out the existing shortage of teachers, with over 38,000 vacant positions in government schools across the state. He urged the government to expedite the filling of these vacancies to address the pressing issue of teacher shortages. This move to re-employ retired teachers aligns with the government’s commitment to ensuring quality education and uninterrupted learning for students.

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Gurukul The School Addresses New Education Policy and Curriculum Framework-2020

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Gurukul The School of Ghaziabad hosted a thought-provoking event, the inaugural session of the ‘Think Series,’ on September 18th, 2023. The event aimed to delve into the intricacies of the New Education Policy and National Curriculum Framework 2020 and explore their relevance in contemporary times. Distinguished guests, education experts, students, and educators gathered to engage in insightful discussions.

Among the esteemed guests were Ms. Anita Karwal, former Secretary of the Department of School Education and Literacy at the Ministry of Education, Government of India; Mr. Rajneesh Kumar, Director of Capacity Building and Finance at the National e-Governance Division, Digital India Corporation; Ms. Rashi Sharma, Director of Samagra Shiksha, Nipun Bharat, Department of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of Education, Government of India; Shri Ratnesh Kumar Jha, CEO – Asia Pacific, The Burlington Group of Companies; Sachin Vats, Director of Gurukul The School; and Principal Gaurav Bedi. Over 50 students from various reputed schools and more than 100 principals, parents, teachers, and students also participated.

The primary objective of the ‘Think Series’ was to provide a common platform for policymakers, principals, teachers, parents, and students to engage in a comprehensive dialogue about how the new education policy can contribute to the holistic development of the younger generation.

During the event, a noteworthy book titled ‘Power of Curiosity’ was unveiled. This book, a collaborative effort by eminent educationists Anita Karwal, Rajneesh Kumar, and Rashi Sharma, delves into innovative and non-traditional methods to make the learning process engaging and effective. It emphasizes that education should extend beyond the confines of the classroom.

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The panel discussion addressed queries and concerns from parents, teachers, and students, with education experts providing valuable insights. Ms. Anita Karwal, a keynote speaker, underscored the significance of the New Education Policy and National Curriculum Framework-2020, commending the enthusiasm of Gurukul The School’s Director and Principal for organizing the ‘Think Series.’

The event at Gurukul The School served as a crucial platform for fostering meaningful conversations about the future of education, with a focus on the holistic growth of the next generation in India.

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CBSE Director Academics, Joseph Emmanuel, delivers a national session on NEP implementation and way forward

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Dr. Joseph Emmanuel, Director Academics of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), delivered an insightful online session on the National Education Policy 2020, its impact, its implementation and the way forward on Friday, September 15, 2023. 

A strong proponent of NEP and competency-focused education, Dr. Emmanuel addressed over a thousand educators from schools across India in a highly informative session facilitated by Saamarthya Teachers Training Academy of Research (STTAR).

Laying out the vision of NEP at the outset, he said, “Basically, the NEP focusses on four major areas: Equity, Excellence, Inclusivity and Access. After the launch of NEP, the Indian education system has seen two NCFs – the National Curriculum Framework for Foundational Stage and the National Curriculum Framework for School Education. These two curricula are aimed at taking ahead the implementation of NEP in a synchronized manner and it should be the aim of all institutions to provide quality education to all children.”

Dr. Emmanuel highlighted the major areas of focus for NEP and emphasized the need for a shift to competency-focused teaching and learning, transforming assessments, tracking student progress across school years, holistic development of each child, and standard setting and accreditation. 

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“Competency focused education is a major area in which CBSE has been working. It involves curricular interventions, pedagogical interventions, assessment reforms, student enrichment activities and development of resource material and capacity building of teachers,” Dr. Emmanuel said.

As teachers were the predominant audience of the session, Dr. Emmanuel shared a good number of references to resource material for teachers of all grades and domains to empower their teaching skills. These included samples of pedagogical processes, blueprints and assessment items and rubrics. He strongly advocated the implementation of experiential learning pedagogies like art and sports integrated learning, storytelling, toy-based learning. “Education has to be child-centric and inclusive to ensure individual development. An enabling environment for competency-focussed education can be created through transformation in content, pedagogy, assessments and capacity building,” he said. He spoke of SAFAL as an upcoming platform to assess key competencies in students. He stressed upon need to strengthen School Quality Assessment and Assurance (SQAA), as envisioned in NEP, through a framework comprising seven key domains. 

Dr. Emmanuel has an experience of 30 years in the field of education. He is leading the implementation of NEP in CBSE schools across India. 

The session was managed by STTAR which is a premier teachers training academy with expertise in professional development of educators, curriculum development, research, and school enrichment. 

Sushma Raturi, member secretary of STTAR, who hosted the session, said the address by Dr. Joseph Emmanuel is an attempt to educate and create widespread awareness about the implementation of NEP 2020. In fact, some of STTAR’s upcoming programmes are deeply aligned with the vision of NEP, including a three-day programme on ‘Early Childhood Education As Envisioned in NEP’ in September and a National Teachers’ Olympiad to provide teachers a country-wide platform to test their competence and have a roadmap for professional development. The Olympiad will be held in December, 2023.

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