Samagra Shiksha Kerala launches training to raise self-esteem of special needs students- The New Indian Express

Samagra Shiksha Kerala launches training to raise self-esteem of special needs students- The New Indian Express
Express News Service KOCHI:  Life is never easy for those with disabilities. Even if the children manage to get an education, many find it difficult to secure a job. The situation is especially very bad in the case of those with 100 per cent disabilities. The question 'What next after school education?' has always been looming large once the children pass out. This question becomes even more pointed in the case of special needs children. As an answer to this question, the Samagra Shiksha Kerala (SSK) launched a vocational rehabilitation programme 'Esteem' under the 2020-2021 'Strengthening Teaching- Learning And Results for States' (STARS) initiative. "This pilot programme, which is the first of its kind in the state, has been designed for the hearing impaired and visually challenged children. However, in the coming years’ other...

9 cool gadgets for students of all ages –

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Gadgets and backpacks from this collection will help you make your training more successful and fun, as well as essay assistant.1. Bobby BackpackWhen one laptop is not enough, you will need a bigger bag. A great solution is a backpack with protection from pickpockets Bobby. It will fit a laptop, tablet, camera, water bottle, textbooks, and notebooks.Thanks to the reinforced compartments with retainers, expensive gadgets will survive shaking and falling, and a multi-stage protection system will protect them from theft. The main zipper of the Bobby is covered with a curving fold of fabric: it is simply impossible to get into it without the wearer’s knowledge. The use of anti-cutting materials finally eliminates the possibility of theft of the contents of the backpack.2. DJI Spark QuadcopterThe question of purchasing a drone for a child can cause...

A student’s physics project could make quantum computers twice as reliable

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A student's tweak in quantum computing code could double its ability to catch errors, piquing the interest of Amazon's quantum computing program. The new code could be used to build quantum computers that live up to the promises of lightning-fast processing time and the ability to solve more complex problems than traditional computers could handle. So far, only two computers have reached "quantum supremacy," or the ability to complete a quantum calculation faster than the fastest supercomputer. But neither of those computers used error correction codes that will be necessary to scale up quantum computing for widespread, reliable use, the researchers on the new study said. Regular computing depends on "bits," which are like switches that can toggle between the "on" or "off" position. The position of the bits encodes information. Quantum computing...