TCS to train UP Govt Schools For Underprivileged, In Computation Thinking | 25 NOV 2022 |

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1. TCS to train UP Govt Schools For Underprivileged, In Computation Thinking.

Information technology major Tata Consultancy Services will train teachers and students of 105 Jai Prakash Narayan Sarvodaya and Eklavya Schools run by the social welfare department of the Uttar Pradesh government in computational and logical thinking.

2. Indians Emerge As Largest Group Of Foreign Students In UK.

Indian students have for the first time overtaken Chinese as the largest group of foreign students studying in the UK with a massive 273 per cent hike in visas granted over the past few years, according to the country’s official immigration statistics.

3. DU Academic council approves proposal to carry out PG admission through CUET.

Delhi University has said that the university will conduct admission to postgraduate programs through CUET PG 2023 score, while the DUET PG entrance exam conducted in previous years will be discontinued.

4. Early Childhood Education Curriculum Enhancement & Pedagogy project to enhance early childhood education in Mumbai.

Parent interactions and involvement, teacher appraisals, play facilitation, social development and classroom environment are among the key focus points educators from India and Singapore worked on during the "Early Childhood Education Curriculum Enhancement and Pedagogy" project.

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