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“Idea Is To Create ‘All Time Learning’ For Education”

HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar speaks about higher education arena and more

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'US Protectionist Stance Is Unlikely To Stay For Another Cycle'

Professor Debashis Chatterjee spoke about the values of IMI, importance of work experience and new America's visa rules

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‘Learning Is The Key, Merely Putting Children In School Doesn’t Work’

Anil Swarup, secretary - school education, MHRD, in conversation with Chahat Jain of BW Businessworld. To educate people anywhere in the world, one must first have proper infrastructure in the first place, Swarup says.

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'IIMs Will Soon Appoint Directors; JNU Research Seats To Go Up'

Union HRD Minister, Prakash Javadekar, in an exclusive interview with BW Businessworld, answers a range of questions and says that his priority is to improve education in government schools

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'Individuals Or Cos, Who Are Not Up-skilling Employees Are Under Serious Trouble'

On his tenth visit to India since seven years of President-ship at Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith managed a good one hour to discuss his work, Indo-Irish relations and purpose of his visit

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'Our Law Students Have Been Placed In Top Firms In India And Abroad'

Aditya Swarup, Assistant Director at the International Institute of Higher Education and Capacity Building and the Assistant Dean, International Collaborations talks about institute's legacy and the criteria for admission

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'Students Need To Learn Continuously To Stay Relevant'

Bhaskar Ranjan Das, head - South Asia, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), explains about the need of management accounting and its scenario in India

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'The Education System Had A Bias Against Skills'

In an interview with BW Businessworld, Rajiv Pratap Rudy says skilling never had an aspirational value in the country, and that he’s determined to change the mindset

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‘IIMs Need To Double Their Intake’

Mahendra Nath Pandey, Minister of State for Human Resource Development (Higher Education), in conversation with BW Businessworld, says the student intake at IIMs is much lower as compared to those at leading B-schools like Harvard Business School and Wharton School of Business

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“Institutions That Offer PGDM Can Breathe Easy Now”

AICTE Chairman Anil Sahasrabudhe is a man in a hurry. For long described as an obstructionist, corrupt body, AICTE is witnessing change at a rapid pace

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‘Change Laws To Encourage Genuine Entrepreneurs’

Bennett University Chancellor Vineet Jain, in an email interview with BW Businessworld, says that the group’s decision to enter higher education was taken several years ago

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‘Under 5% Govt Schools Have Smart Classrooms’

Investor, long-time edtech scene watcher, Gaja Capital’s Gopal Jain tells BW Businessworld that smart class solutions will be provided by the private sector

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‘Flipped Learning Is The Future, And It Is Here’

Flipped learning is the new rage on Indian campuses, including in IITs. Flipped learning pioneer Jon Bergmann opens up with BW Businessworld on its origin and evolution

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‘Digital India Opportunity For Tech In Schools’

A committee headed by T S R Subramanian, entrusted with preparing new education policy, recently travelled across the country to see the state of schools, including technology penetration therein

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Indian School of Business Sets Big Goals For Academic Excellence

Rajendra Srivastava, dean of ISB, talks about his priorities, programmes and policies to make the institution one of the best globally in business education

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