How Technology Can Help Specially-Abled Students Learn Efficiently

Personalization, riding on the back of ed-tech, is finally entering classrooms. Each student needs help to learn efficiently. With a 1:30 student teacher ratio in every classroom in India, it’s difficult to reach out to every child. Among these 30, there are specially-abled students who need tools and personal mentors to excel. “The infrastructure should not be a barrier to their learning. That’s where technology can be used to supplement classroom learning. Ed-tech is trying to fill that gap by providing essential support with the help of assistive technology,” says…

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MCI Received Six Complaints Of Ragging In Medical Colleges In 2019-20

MCI received six complaints of ragging in medical colleges in 2019-20 New Delhi: The Medical Council of India (MCI) has received six complaints of ragging by seniors in medical colleges, which include suicide by a student due to extreme harassment in Mumbai, so far in 2019-20, according to official data. The apex medical education regulatory body had received 13 such complaints in 2018-19 and 25 complaints which included three suicide cases in 2017-18. The government is aware about the problem of ragging in medical colleges and several measures to control…

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