Sivaramakrishnan Venkateswaran, Managing Director, Oxford University Press India - writes this succinct note on what would be the key trends in a large education industry like India. Looking at it closely over the years, Sivaramakrishnan has a unique insight that
How technology plays a big role in school education in developing economies. Even in current times the level of teaching in several counties of Africa and some other nations is pathetic either due to lack of staff or poor qualification.
A national level skills survey has found that engineering graduates are lot more employable in the industry than MBA graduates. Also Andhra Pradesh state has the highest employable graduates as a percentage across the nation. Full summary of survey findings
Abhishek Gangrade, a researcher at University of Alabama, Birmingham argues why educators must give students a motive to learn science by teaching them to reason. In this piece titled Why Students should read Scientific Literature, published by the Education Dive,
Through a new initiative RISE (Revitalising Infrastructure and Systems in Education), the government has planned to a total investment of Rs 1,00,000 crore (USD 14 Bil) in the next four years to step up investments in research related infrastructure in
Communicate or Perish: Why the world’s employers are demanding better communication from fresh MBA hires?
The incredible fact of life in 2018 is that the world was never better networked, was never more connected, never more intricately exposed to every entities presence and yet more humans are communicating less effectively than ever before. Reasons? Multiple.
The National Assessment and Accreditation Council of India: A seminal guide to India’s Institutes of Higher Education
University Grants Commission, has an overarching and a powerful role to play in ensuring the highest quality of education and standards are defined, maintained and complied with in Higher Education Institutions in India. A brief introduction to this august body