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Article ADB backs secondary education quality drive in Sri Lanka
The funds for the quality drive will be disbursed based on six indicators which will be jointly evaluated by the government and the ADB.
Article Save the Children and Delhi Daredevils bat for ‘education’
Delhi Daredevils’s tie up with Save the Children and Muthoot Group seeks to raise funds for fulfilling the dreams of the lesser privileged children in India.
Article India needs to redefine education strategy: President
"The education sector is today confronted by problems relating to both quantity and quality,” said Pranab Mukherjee, the Indian President.
Article India needs a knowledge society: Shashi Tharoor
At a conference today organised by the CII, Shashi Tharoor talked about the need for the private sector to step up and play a bigger role in the education sector in India.
Article UNESCO launches forum for free education in Pakistan
The objective behind launching the forum is to sensitise and persuade parliamentarians and decision makers in the country's Balochistan province to follow the spirit of the Right to Education Act, a national law that came into being last year.
Article By itself, ICT is not a magic wand: Shashi Tharoor
At a ministerial session at the South Asia Ministerial Forum, all ministers from South Asian countries agreed that it takes effective policies to effectively bring ICTs into play in education.
Article High dropout rate in schools a matter of concern: Indian PM
The Right to Education needs to be fully utilised so that the country can reap the benefits of its demographic dividend, said the Indian Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh.
Article End of poverty possible in our generation: report
We seem to be finally gaining on absolute poverty, the report by an NGO asserts, even as we near the 2015 deadline of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
Article Our women face enduring prejudices, says Indian PM
Vulnerable sections of society, including our women, face enduring prejudices and continuing problems in a rapidly changing India, the Indian Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh said.
Article Identify knowledge that is good for people
Nitya Nanda, Fellow, TERI, in a short talk with Rahul Kumar of OneWorld South Asia, tells that traditional knowledge cannot be owned by private parties and hence is not amenable to commercial exploitation even if it is often superior to other knowledge.
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