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India Can Be Key Player In Global Supply Chain But Has To Rethink What Its Place Will Be: Nooyi

Nooyi also pointed out that while India has improved on ease of doing business, every now and then it gets a rap for being bureaucratic, and digitisation of the processes of governance will help improve further.

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Higher Education Institutions Leading the Way with Smart Admission Management in Tier 2 and Tier 3 Cities During COVID-19

Higher Education Institutions Leading the Way with Smart Admission Management in Tier 2 and Tier 3 Cities During COVID-19

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Industry Reactions On New National Education Policy (NEP 2020)

New National Education Policy was validated by the Union Cabinet Ministers Prakash Javadekar (I&B) and Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (HRD), who have played a key role in developing the new policies.

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Landmark policy decision will play unprecedented role in building 'New India': Amit Shah on NEP 2020

Landmark policy decision will play unprecedented role in building 'New India': Amit Shah on NEP 2020

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India Has To Work On Short Term Courses For Skill Development, Betty Young, President Hocking University

"I believe it's about short-term courses in skill development where India has to work more seriously and of course it is also about training adults. It's a lifelong experience of learning new things, this is how we improve and this is my suggestion," Betty Young

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Indian Education System Needs Remuneration, Training For Teachers: Next Education

Beas Dev Ralhan, Chief Executive Officer, Next Education opens up to BW Businessworld about the importance of upskilling the teachers to make Digital India a reality. Edited Excerpts

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MRP Of Education Rising; Quality Remains Same

According to the latest Annual Status of Education report, which assesses government schools in the country, nearly 20 per cent students surveyed from class 2 didn’t recognise the numbers between one and nine, and only 25 per cent of class 3 could do subtraction.

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