Artificially intelligent software is reshaping traditional teaching materials—but it’s unclear what the new technology will take away from the learning experience.
Will a new business model accelerate the digital revolution in course materials?
NEW DELHI: If things go according to plan, the prestigious IITs may admit up to one lakh students by 2020.
The IIT council will consider a proposal according to which 30,000 additional non-resident students will be allowed to study in these institutes in the next three years. Continue reading “IIT council plans to raise number of student intakes to 1 lakh by 2020”
Fastudent has partnered with more than 200 education institutes to help them create their own customized virtual shops – using the Fastudent exclusive technology platform.
The BJP’s Puducherry unit has welcomed the NDA government’s New Education Policy, saying it is timely and deserves to be appreciated in its entirety. Continue reading “Puducherry: New education policy deserves to be appreciated, says BJP”
UNECA, AU, AFDB has suggested that African countries must learn from India’s approach towards higher education for poor students Continue reading “Africa can expand higher education with Indian help”
Art lessons will no longer be a monotonous interaction between teachers and students in classrooms, thanks to the exclusive online platform “Virsa“, which was launched recently with an aim to give free digital learning on Indian culture and music to children across India. Continue reading “Digital classrooms to impart performing arts education”
Just ahead of the back-to-school season, Amazon plans to make a major foray into the education technology market for primary and secondary schools, a territory that Apple, Google and Microsoft have heavily staked out. Continue reading “Amazon Unveils Online Education Service for Teachers”
The Uttarakhand state is progressing towards raising the bar of quality of education with the DEEKSHA – “Dedication to enhance education through knowledge, skill and habit assessment” program of the education department launched on Wednesday at the state secretariat by Uttarakhand’s chief secretary, Shatrughna Singh. Continue reading “Education department’s – DEEKSHA program, successfully launched in Uttarakhand”
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. Continue reading “Landscape of Legal Education changing due to Globalization: Jaitley”