Strategies for online learning during a Coronavirus outbreak

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As the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread, schools around the globe are shifting to online learning in an effort to slow the spread of the disease.The deep-rooted fear associated with the COVID-19 pandemic has restricted travel from home in over 75 countries. And it’s not showing signs of slowing. Google, Microsoft, Twitter, almost every organization has asked employees to work from home. The same applies to education with schools and institutes of higher education shutting down to prevent the spread of the virus. Under such circumstances, EdTech shows the way forward. SpeedLabs allows students to continue learning 24×7…

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JEE Main Postponed Due To Coronavirus

JEE Main was scheduled to be held on April 5, 7, 9 and 11. New exam dates will be announced after March 31, as per the communique released by the Ministry.   The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has ordered to reschedule the engineering entrance exam, JEE Main. The exam was scheduled to be held on April 5, 7, 9 and 11. New exam dates will be announced on March 31. JEE Mains  required travel by examinees to different towns and the dates may clash with rescheduled CBSE and other…

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How to become an Aeronautical Engineer – Journey Visualized

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All of you once in your life must have gone through the experience of flying kites to flying paper rockets in classroom. Most of us, usually look at the sky whenever a plane crosses above us. If even you dream to rule the sky one day and create innovative flying machines, then Aeronautical Engineering is one of the best career options for you. Introduction   Aeronautical Engineering is a branch of aerospace engineering that deals with the study and creation of advanced technologies in the field of aviation, defence system…

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How to prepare for JEE mains in 2 months

JEE mains 2020 is scheduled to be held between 6 and 11 January, 2020. This is just two months away and so, it is high time to buckle down for some serious studies. The best way to prepare in a smart and efficient way is to make a timetable. This way one can see clearly what is to be done when, and how the entire syllabus can be covered systematically. This is also the ideal time to revise all the concepts, formulas and important questions, as well those questions where…

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