I forgive students who broke into my house: JNU V-C

Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar, Vice Chancellor of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Express photo by Praveen Khanna. After claiming that a ‘few hundred’ students had broken into his residence, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) vice-chancellor, Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar has said he has ‘forgiven’ the students and will not file any police complaint in this regard. Starting a controversy last Read More

Kenyan Teacher Wins $ 1 Million Global Award. He Gives Away 80 % Of His Salary For Education

Peter Tabichi, a Maths and Science teacher from rural Kenya, who gives 80% of his teaching salary to local community projects, including education, sustainable agriculture and peace-building, has won the $1 million prize for the world’s best teacher, beating 10,000 other nominations from 179 countries. Mr Tabichi, a member of the Franciscan religious order, won Read More

IIT Bombay Announces M.Tech Programme In Educational Technology

Educational Technology (ET) is an interdisciplinary field, which lends itself to collaboration with researchers from varied disciplines to develop technologies supporting existing educational practices as well as to create technology-enhanced learning. With its PhD programme well established since 2010, the Interdisciplinary Programme (IDP) in Educational Technology or ET at IIT Bombay has announced the launch Read More