e-learning News

Teaching the Queen’s language

In a state where English is largely a means to qualify IELTS, Harvinder Atwal is aiming to make people aware that English has a bigger purpose.

Can technology enable personalised learning?

Personalised learning can be extremely helpful for vocational courses, students with special learning needs, and for collaborative learning in small groups.


E-learning in schools if Mahayuti comes to power, says Uddhav

E-learning will help students and teachers raise the standard of education in Maharashtra, said Uddhav.

‘Swades revisited’: City youth leaves US job to educate tribals

Project focuses on improving the quality of education in rural India through teaching aids like e-learning.

Diwali lights up Budhwar Peth,brings together sex workers,police,‘outsiders’

The view of the red light area in Budhwar Peth on Saturday evening was different from the usual one.

Tech-savvy lessons

The first phase of the project has reached out to nearly 10,500 children from classes I-X


NDA cadets to move to desktops instead of customised laptops

In a significant change in its e-learning project,the National Defence Academy has floated a requirement of 100 desktop computers for cadets

In Asia,e-learning clicks

Open universities have long been part of Asia’s higher education landscape,but the number has been growing rapidly in recent years

Techknowledge: Move over textbooks,students opt for apps,e-learning

Convincing parents is not an easy task. Especially when it means buying “time wasting elements” as opposed to those that can help build-up a report card.

Bhavani Peth School gets innovative,introduces e-learning package

Teaching of the regular curriculum has become fun-filled in Shree Gujarati Shikshan Prasarak Mandal’s English Medium School in Bhavani Peth that has introduced a technique using modern technology.