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Academics Is Supposed To Be Broader And Conceptual: Manoj D'Souza

Exclusive interaction of Dr Manoj D'Souza, SJ, Executive Director of St Joseph's Institute of Management, Banglore with BW.

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JNU Gets Centre Of Excellence For European Union Studies

The Centre of Excellence for European Union Studies in India (CEEUSI) at JNU will provide greater visibility to EU studies in India and South Asia, a statement said.

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Disrupting The Norm: What Models Of Learning Are Needed For Education?

Exclusive interaction of Dr. N. M Kondap – Director General, Deviprasad Goenka Management College of Media Studies (DGMC) and Durgadevi Saraf Institute of Management Studies (DSIMS), Mumbai, with BW.

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University Of Limerick - School Of Design And National Institute Of Design, India Announce Major Partnership

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the School of Design at the University of Limerick, Ireland and the National Institute of Design, India, in order to develop current research and teaching activities and to facilitate the exchange and mobility of staff members, researchers and students.

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The Ambassador Of The European Union To India Addresses At IIM Calcutta On Fostering Ties Between The EU And India

He encouraged and commented on the exchange of resources in education, science and technology as integral parts of the EU-India relations.

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Thousands Of Teachers Protest In Delhi Against Govt’s Education Policy

The teachers, who came from all over India, demanded 'a free and affordable education and dignified employment' and to reserve the 'rights of education for everyone'.

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VESIM's Goal Is To Have International Accreditation: Dr. Modh

Exclusive interaction of Dr. Satish Modh, Director- VESIM B-School, Mumbai with BW.

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Study By NHRD And IFIM Reveals The Gaps Between Industry And Academia

89% of the CXOs believe that research and business incubation can provide great learning to students. The study, based on World Economic Forum’s Report on ‘Future of Jobs’, is a guide for academia to prepare students for Industrial Revolution 4.0. 90% of the industry experts believe that holistic development and lifestyle management skills are important for future managers.

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