The capacity of the Indian education system to adopt new technology

By Priya Chetty on January 30, 2019 No Comments

In the Indian education system, assessment lays impact on the scholastic aspects and nearly ignores the co-scholastic areas. The actual potential of the student is often neglected. With the advancement in technology, education delivery systems and assessment is driving quality student learning, progress and performance at higher and higher secondary levels (Brush, 1999). EdTech provides […]

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Introduction of technology-based learning devices in the education sector of India

By Priya Chetty on November 27, 2018 No Comments

Technology-based learning devices in education are being commonly used in primary education in India. On the other hand, the EdTech has been introduced in the secondary and higher secondary schools but is yet to include a whole host of education technology-based learning devices and tools (Yadav, Gupta and Khetrapal, 2018).

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Technologies and resources used in biomarker discovery and development

By Diksha Tomer and Avishek Majumder on August 13, 2018 No Comments

Biomarker development has served as an indicator of disease progression and response to therapeutic intervention. The conventional approach involved the study of molecules (considered as biomarker) in regulatory pathways but with the advent of technologies and resources, the development and discovery of biomarkers gotten easier.

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Bioremediation techniques for tackling Arsenic pollution in soil

By Yashika Kapoor and Chandrika Kapagunta on May 12, 2017 No Comments

Arsenic is a heavy metal, known to occur naturally in the Earth’s crust, metal ores and sediments (both organic and inorganic forms). It is also found in the form of sulfides, oxides or salts of sodium, copper and iron among others. It exhibits different valences and is mostly encountered as trivalent Arsenite and pentavalent Arsenate, […]

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