According to the National Family Health Survey-5 (2020-21) released today, child nutrition indicators have slightly improved in rural India, but anaemia continues to be a concern. In Rajasthan, stunting has decreased from 40.8% in NFHS-4 to 32.6% in NFHS-5. However, 72.4% of rural kids are anaemic.
With National Education Policy mandate, Odisha bats for mother tongue of tribals
The new National Education Policy lays emphasis on imparting teaching in mother tongue in primary classes. But when the language-base of Odisha’s adivasi communities is as diverse as 21 spoken languages further divided into 74 dialects, the task appears to be quite onerous.
Physical classes for 8, 11 standard students to resume from October 21 in Odisha
Classroom teaching for students of classes 9 and 12 has already been resumed in the State
The Paused Classrooms – Research report – Orissa RTE Forum and Save the children
Download the report here Nutritious food through school midday meal not available Children feel isolated, anxious, bored, uncertain and experience fear and grief Due to pandemic related economic stress, households are forced to send children for wage work. Girls being married at young age A large percentage of students do…
Survey finds loopholes in online learning in Odisha
The study aimed at understanding the education scenario, particularly pre-school and elementary education during Covid-19 in Odisha.
Open schooling: Odisha kids cross State border chasing Internet connectivity
We sit down for online classes upon finding connectivity.
Odisha: Parents and educationists divided on school reopening
BHUBANESWAR: As expected, the decision to reopen schools for students of Classes X and XII has evoked mixed reactions from Parents and educationists.
Schools Partially Reopen In Bihar, Haryana, Maharashtra And Gujarat
School Reopening: With the Covid-19 cases decreasing schools have started opening in many states.