Self-defence training launched at Ayeba Higher Secondary School

Kendrapara, April 17: With an objective of addressing fear and to empower the girls to defend themselves in any set of circumstances, a self defence training programme was inaugurated on Saturday at the Government Science Higher Secondary School at Ayeba in Kendrapara district. Inaugurating the programme, institute Principal Dr. Binayak Prasad Pradhan said that self-defence […]

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Bhimabhoi Chairs at DU & Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya 

Bhubaneswar, April 6: Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Wednesday welcomed the approval of the University Grants Commission (UGC) for establishment of Bhimabhoi Chair at University of Delhi and Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya. Pradhan during his visit to the birthplace of Santha Kabi Bhimabhoi in Rairakhole in Sambalpur district on October 2 last year had suggested […]

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GEMC observes Paulo Freire’s Centenary

Bhubaneawar, March 26: The Global Media Education Council (GMEC) organised a webinar to pay tributes to internationally acclaimed educationist and philosopher Paulo Freire on his centenary. The webinar was a part of the Global Communication Education Conclave which will hold 75 webinars in commemoration of India’s 75th year of independence. The programme started with a […]

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Curtains Come Down on Inter-University Meet at Utkal Varsity

Bhubaneswar, March 18: The curtains came down on the three-day State level Inter-University Literary and Cultural Competition- 2022 with Governor and Chancellor of University Prof. Ganeshi Lal addressing the students from various universities at MKCG Auditorium here on Thursday evening. Speaking on the occasion, he said thoughts put forth by students in different competitions will […]

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Odisha: Plus-II exam from April 28

Bhubaneswar, March 17: The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) will conduct Plus-II (Annual Higher Secondary Examination (Theory), 2022 from April 28. More than 3,20,000 students in Arts, Science ,Commerce and Vocational streams will appear for the examination. The examinations will be conducted in one sitting at 9 AM. According to a CHSE statement, all […]

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OSEPA focuses on skill development of teachers

Bhubaneswar, March 15: The Odisha School Education Programme Authority (OSEPA) organised a three-day training programme for the district resource groups (DRG) of all 30 districts at Gopabandhu Academy of Administration here. The main objective of the training programme was to develop the required skills among the High School teachers and Headmasters, in order to adapt […]

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CUO signs MoU with FIDR for Tribal Digital Literacy Centre

Koraput, March 4: The Central University of Odisha (CUO), Koraput has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Forum for Integrated Development and Research (FIDR) India, Gurugram through online mode for next three years to collaborate on establishing a Digital Tribal Literacy Centre for the tribal youth of Odisha. CUO Registrar Dr. Asit Kumar Das […]

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After two years, Odisha schools reopen for students in offline mode

Bhubaneswar, February 28: Schools for students of Classes I-VII reopened in the State on Monday, after a gap of two years. Though the State Government had announced to resume classroom teaching from February 14, it was delayed for three-tier Panchayat election in Odisha. The schools were reopened on that day, but students were allowed from […]

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Fit India Quiz preliminary results out, CS’Pur DAV student gets top spot

Bhubaneswar, January 28: Abhipsa Pati, a Class-XI Student of DAV Public School, Chandrasekharpur here bagged the second position in the Preliminary round and entered to the next elite round in the 1st Fit India Quiz, India’s biggest Sports and Fitness Quiz organised by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt of India. Sports Authority […]

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COVID-19: Central University of Odisha shut for 7 days

Koraput, January 13: In view of the rising trend in COVID-19 infection rate, the authorities of Central University of Odisha, Koraput have decided to close the university office, library and the laboratories for a period of seven days, including Saturday and Sunday with effect from Thursday. “All teaching and non-teaching staff are directed to carry […]

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