Students, how are you dealing with the lockdown? Share your story
Bihar recorded a growth of 10.5 per cent in 2019-20, more than double the growth rate of the Indian economy that stood at 4.2 per cent, according to the Bihar Economic Survey 2020-21.
All 149 government-owned Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in Bihar will be upgraded as Centres of Excellence in partnership with Tata Technologies, a subsidiary of Tata Motors.
Seventeen new ministers were inducted in Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s cabinet on Tuesday taking the total number to 31. BJP, which is the largest party among the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in the state, got nine berths, while Janata Dal (United) got eight.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi government has decided to boost expenditure, especially on healthcare, infrastructure and rural development in order to re-energise the Covid-hit economy. Outlay for healthcare and well-being has been increased by a whopping 137 per cent to Rs.2.24 lakh crore.
Online schooling took off in a big way during the Covid-19 pandemic. The percentage of enrolled children from government and private schools owning a smartphone increased from 36.5 per cent in 2018 to 61.8 per cent in 2020 in rural India, as per ASER 2020 report.
March-April are terribly busy months for students. State Board exams, Central Board Exams, IIT/JEE and Medical exams keep young India on their toes. But this year, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought disruptions. There is complete lockdown. This has caused anxieties, depressions and other mental disorders among several students. How are you dealing with this challenge? What are the difficulties you are facing? What innovative measures you are adopting to keep yourself going? Share your story with us. We will publish your inspiring story on our website and also publicise it through other media.