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  • Andhra Pradesh 7th Class Exam Results Online!

    Check http://www.myexamresults.com

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    Last edited by examresults; 05-25-2007, 03:40 PM.

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    wow that's great. It will be helpful for students to know their number on the net.

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      KTET 2019

      Kerala Pareeksha Bhavan has announced the Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) result on its official website. Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test (KTET) 2019 was held on November 16 and November 24 in two different shifts. The morning shift held from 10 am to 12:30 pm and the evening shift is conducted from 2 pm to 4:30 pm.

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        It is very beneficial for parents, as well as students, know their results on the internet without going anywhere.

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          India Needs A New Education Paradigm

          The system needs an overhaul to address India’s human capital crisis effectively. As we embark upon a new decade, India celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Right to Education Act (RTE), which went into effect in April 2010. While the RTE has been censured for its limited focus on governance and learning outcomes, its achievement in improving access to schooling is undeniable. It has also served as a rallying point for a wide range of stakeholders to intervene in the sector.

          India’s learning outcomes remain stubbornly low. Quality concerns around education are seldom viewed as a political priority. But these concerns cannot be ignored for much longer, especially in light of India’s human capital crisis, reflected in unemployment statistics. Furthermore, as economist Shamika Ravi writes, those with higher education are less likely to be employed than those without: “It says something about the quality of Indian education; too many engineers and other professionals are waving around degrees that are relatively worthless.”

          Rohan Sandhu was formerly Associate Director at the International Innovation Corps and is currently at the Harvard Kennedy School. This article is by special arrangement with the Centre for the Advanced Study of India, University of Pennsylvania.

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