The much-awaited annual event of our FM announcing the Budget 2023 is now live and every sector is eyeing bolder moves to accelerate its growth momentum. But it seems we have some green shoots while other items on the industry wishlist couldn’t make it to the GOIs priority list. Encompassing major themes like Care, Green, […]
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The Preamble to the UGC’s Draft Regulations 2023 allowing campuses of foreign higher educational institutions (FHEIs) in India states that the policy aims to “facilitate the entry of” FHEIs, specifically the “higher-ranked” ones, in India. The underlying assumption is that top-ranked universities abroad are waiting desperately to come to India, and all they needed was […]
There have been a number of recent developments in Indian education policy that have had significant implications for the sector and its stakeholders. While earlier policies, such as the Right to Education (RTE) Act in 2009, have helped India make commendable progress with ensuring universal access to primary education, the focus of recent policy has […]
The current scenario of the education industry looks promising. Though with a decline in good quality and senior professors; it can be a threat. Hence we need to understand how we can maintain this quality of education. In an interview we had with Mr. Neeraj Kumar Sharma, who is Director At Harlal Institute Of Management And Technology, Greater Noida; he explained various key points for the decline in quality and suggested some measures on how we can maintain them.
The current circumstance of education on the planet is comparable, is encountering a change in outlook and innovation is assuming a critical job. Not at all like its commonness recent, chiefly in some created nations and certain upscale territories of India, advanced learning or e-learning has now become the standard. In any event, for the individuals who are unprepared for it, this is the main conceivable approach to continue education. In this circumstance, most instructors and teachers have found, and maybe even imagined, newer roads of virtual educating. In spite of the fact that it might appear as though Indian education is bringing an unexpected jump into the future, it is regardless, an essential jump that was in the making particularly to make more future-prepared residents.
To commemorate World Youth Skill Day (WYSD) on July 15, 2020, more than an annual ritual in India, we need to understand, analyze and interpret the relevance of skills for a resilient youth for surviving, existing, and excelling in the covid era and beyond. Under the Skill India program, we require life skills, reading skills, writing […]
The Covid19 pandemic has compelled the government, schools & colleges to push the start of the new academic year to September 2020 instead of June 2020; further parents & their unions are not ready to send their wards till Covid19 pandemic completely stops. Can this be considered as a chance to change the archaic academic […]
“Reputed” organizes across India will progress in the direction of building up the brand of ‘Study in India’, the Minister of Human Resource Development has chosen yesterday. To guarantee this, the service needed to ask executives from various IITs and other prominent educationists to meet up and structure observation of the board activity plan for […]