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'SWAYAM' and eLearning – Digital learning

'SWAYAM' and eLearning – Digital learning Part of: GS-II- Education (PT-MAINS-PERSONALITY TEST) Human Resource Development held a detailed review of the National online education platform SWAYAM and the 32 DTH Television Education Channels SWAYAM PRABHA. During the meeting, a brief presentation of the progress of these schemes was made. In the lockdown condition there has been a tremendous increase in demand and the usage of SWAYAM Courses and SWAYAM PRABHA videos. The Minist

Limitations of online learning

Limitations of online learning By,Shyam Menon is a Professor at the Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi and former Vice Chancellor, Ambedkar University Delhi Introduction India has been under lockdown in a desperate attempt to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Even when the lockdown gets lifted eventually, the government may not allow large congregations in restricted physical spaces, including campuses. Universities and colleges were in the middle of the second semest

‘Pragyata’ Guidelines

‘Pragyata’ Guidelines Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ has released ‘Pragyata’ Guidelines for Online Education that can help balance screen time allowed for various classes of school students. The guidelines are important, especially during the current times of COVID-19 pandemic, when online education and digital classrooms have become a norm due to school closure and travel restrictions announced by the governments. HRD Minister un

India Inequality Report 2022: Digital Divide

India Inequality Report 2022: Digital Divide Oxfam India recently published the 'India Inequality Report 2022: Digital Divide.' Highlights from the report: Data from the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy's (CMIE): The report examines primary data from the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy's (CMIE) household survey, which was conducted from January 2018 to December 2021. Internet users among Indian women: Indian women are 15% less likely than men to


E-pharmacies The Ministry of Health sent "show cause" letters to at least 20 businesses in February 2023 for online drug sales, including Tata-1mg, Flipkart, Apollo, PharmEasy, Amazon, and Reliance Netmeds. What is e-pharmacy? E-pharmacy refers to the purchasing and selling of drugs and other pharmaceutical products through a website or another electronic channel. These are online stores where customers can buy medications without going to physical pharmacies. Brick and m


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