India’s education system — be it primary, secondary or higher levels — is fraught with quality and quantity challenges: There is a shortage of quality teachers, an enabling environment for students and infrastructure, just to point out a few. These hurdles are not going to go away soon even though there is a surge in
E-learning raises the level of education, literacy and economic development in countries where technical education is expensive, opportunities are limited and economic disparities exist… “Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.” —Albert Einstein. While Einstein’s words may have been intended in good humour, they aptly reflect the fact

E-learning to be started in 450 schools

KOLHAPUR: The district education department has decided to introduce e-learning in as many as 450 schools across the district, a move which is set to benefit institutions in rural areas. Subhash Chougule, district education officer (primary), said funds worth Rs 1.5 crore will be provided for the initiative. He said schools have been chosen according
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