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"Educational Institutes Don’t Impart Skills To Students"

Speaking at the 6th AITMC Annual Global Summit 2017, partnered by BW Education, NHRD Government of India and Ministry of Labour and Empowerment, Government of India, Lt. Gen Dr. S.P. Kochhar, CEO- TSSC pointed out how education institutions these days do not impart relevant skills to students.

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ICSE To Conduct Board Assessment For Class V And VIII From Next Year

Indian Certificate of Secondary Education board will conduct board examination for classes 5th and 8th from 2018 in order to assess the performance of students of the prescribed syllabus

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Rise Of GRE Acceptance In Indian B-schools

GMAT quant is tougher than GRE, while GRE verbally is slightly more demanding. Depending on their strengths and weaknesses, this might help students decide in which exam they are likely to score higher

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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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BYJU'S Aspires To Be Largest Edutech Company In World, Says CEO

Byju's today launched a major update to its learning app to create a personalised learning experience by leveraging big data analytics

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Quality 'Shiksha' For All

Despite a number of criticisms from opposition, policies and measures of this government have been vocal enough to show 'education' as one of the important pillars of the system. The next few years however, will exhibit the degree of implementation and the changes towards addressing the demographic dividend of the country

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ICAI To Set Up First EU Chapter At Amsterdam

ICAI has already received the approval for the regional chapter from its apex council in India recently after a rigorous procedure

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The MRP Of Education

Gujarat’s Regulation of Fees Bill has created a stir among private players, but most state efforts to cap the cost of education, have remained effete as measures

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'The Idea Of Studying Abroad Is Witnessing A Dimensional Shift Among Indian Students'

In an exclusive with BW Businessworld, Karan Gupta talks about the pros and cons of studying abroad and the dimensional shift in the behavioural pattern of students

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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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Turn To A Built Environments Solutionary With Fully Funded ANU Fellowship

To address, empower and contribute to the 100 smart cities plan of India, Ahmedabad-based Anant National University undraped fully funded one-year, post-graduate Fellowship program. Interested candidates must apply soon

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The Audacity Of Hope In Hell’s School

If we unleash the potential in people, they will not only give us great results but also put in their best in everything they do

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Curriculum To Be Revised To Make Students More Employable: AICTE

AICTE Chairman Anil D Sahasrabudhe said this was being done considering complaints that nearly 60 per cent of those passing out of technical education institutions are not industry-ready and still require honing

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