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Building Curiosity : How and Why?

Of the many “habits of mind” that students need to develop in a 21st century world, one of the least developed is curiosity. Curiosity becomes an important attribute in a 21st century where uncertainty and rapid change is the rule,... Continue Reading →

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Trends in Ed-Tech

In the current phase of learning, Educational technology, usually abbreviated as Ed-tech has impacted how students and people want to learn. In the present day one cannot even spend a single moment without the use of basic gadgets, be it... Continue Reading →

EdTech – An Opportunity for Working Professionals to Ascend

Education has turned out to be better enjoyed as experiential learning. Technology has made it possible to take learning process a somewhat greater leap where students and working professionals equally explore the finer possibilities of learning. If focus solely thrown... Continue Reading →

Fastudent Launches India’s First B2B2C Platform for Education Supplies

Fastudent has partnered with more than 200 education institutes to help them create their own customized virtual shops - using the Fastudent exclusive technology platform. Fastudent.com, India’s leading online platform for education supplies, is now India’s first and only B2B2C... Continue Reading →

Africa can expand higher education with Indian help

UNECA, AU, AFDB has suggested that African countries must learn from India's approach towards higher education for poor students African countries can expand university education by using the Indian method of not relying on expensive physical infrastructure to give access... Continue Reading →

Landscape of Legal Education changing due to Globalization: Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley credited globalisation, economy and technology for changing the entire landscape of legal education in India today. Super specialisation in law would be expected in vogue in times to come, Arun Jaitley said. "Between three-pronged factors - Globalisation, Economy... Continue Reading →

Live-streaming of surgeries at RML Hospital for students

Classrooms for medical students at Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) have gone high-tech with the hospital soon installing cameras in its operation theatres (OTs). The students will now be able to watch all surgeries from their classrooms and pose questions to... Continue Reading →

Government to launch 32 education channels through DTH

The Union HRD ministry has given its clearance to a scheme called Swayam Prabha, allowing 32 direct-to-home (DTH) television channels to broadcast programs for school and university students from August. Approved by Smriti Irani, the scheme is likely to be... Continue Reading →

How India’s National Education Policy evolved over the years

The government began the process of drafting a new National Education Policy last year with extensive grassroots consultations. The effort culminated in an expert committee assimilating the feedback and submitting about 90 inputs for the policy document. But the initiative... Continue Reading →

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