Education

By Anil Nagar
In Education
Nov 4th, 2016
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Hybrid Model of  education is allowing best resources available to all Gaurav was leaving his house for an important government exam when his mother stopped and enquired, “But I  don’t see you carrying any pen, pencil etc. How will you write your exam?” A smirk came across Gaurav’s face.” I won’t write it Ma. I will click,” he said, and stepped out of the house. The di...
By Dr Jitendra K Das
In Education
Sep 12th, 2016
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The current IIM Bill under consideration by the government to be passed as an Act of Parliament has as its  hallmark the autonomy to IIMs for all aspects, such as, fee to charge, faculty selection, curriculum development, admissions, etc. except selection of Director and Governing Board members. It is reported that the government’s final view on this was that to meet t...
By Ramesh Kumar Raja
In Education
Aug 4th, 2016
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After JNU episode, the draft national education policy envisages curbs on political activities in university campuses Now that students’ union elections are approaching in various universities of the country with the  beginning of the new academic session, campus politics is going to be the new buzzword for freshers joining colleges. Although it is not bad to hold poll...
By PK Joseph
In Education
Jul 11th, 2016
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CSR is essentially a concept whereby companies decide to spent a certain per centage of their net profit  either voluntarily or on the account of the legislation, to contribute to make a better society and a cleaner environment. CSR strictly speaking does not imply charity, sponsorship or philanthropy. It is a process through which a company achieves a balance of econo...
By GovernanceToday
In Education
Jun 24th, 2016
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India will be one of the youngest nations in the world with almost 140 million individuals in their 20s by the year 2030. India, thus, has  the potential to have one in every four graduates of the world to be a product of Indian higher education system. Education is an essential tool for achieving development and sustainability. In this context the quality of higher ed...
By GovernanceToday
In Education
Apr 4th, 2016
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Every successful search on Google typically generates several megabytes of data from a single user, which on aggregation from around the world makes it several petabytes of data in a single day. That is only Google, and then there are companies like Apple, E-Bay, Uber, Amazon and so many more that churn huge quantum of data, most of which is extremely secure private da...
By Sagarika Ranjan
In Education
Apr 4th, 2016
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The classrooms are being thrown open to new possibilities, new initiatives and ideas to revamp our education system Durgesh, Poonam, Reena, Anil, Gita, Sohan and many more. They all stopped going to school. Some were in class four, some in class two; Durgesh managed only a couple of days in school. Somehow, the plot does not evoke much response now, we have all become ...
By Ritika Bisht
In Education
Mar 9th, 2016
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With the aim to improve the quality of education, Smart Class’ have marked their entry in government schools.  In the first phase, “Smart Class” (teaching through modern communication) was introduced in 203 Kasturba Gandhi Residential Girls Schools and there are plans to introduce the same in other schools in a phased manner, Jharkhand education minister Ne...
By GovernanceToday
In Education
Mar 7th, 2016
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Management education in India has established itself as a powerful force Management education in India has traversed a long distance over the years and has established itself as a powerful force capable of bringing about the manufacturing revolution in India as envisaged by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It provides the foundation to young managers to be a part of the d...
By Lekshmi Parmeswaran
In Education
Feb 8th, 2016
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The government should incentivize the private sector to train workers in order to take advantage of the demographic dividend Perhaps the biggest of all anomalies lies in the Indian labour market. The country which is known for its excellent quality of labour is also the country with almost 90 per cent of its workforce falling under the unskilled or semi-skilled categor...