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Delhi University Plans To Cap Sports, ECA Disciplines

The university’s committee on undergraduate admission policy has received recommendations on limiting the choice of sports and co-curricular activities for aspirants.

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AICTE To Get Retired IIT, NIT Professors To Mentor Colleges

In December 2017, AICTE initiated a mission to introduce better systems and processes in order to improve the quality of education imparted in technical institutes across the country, such as imposing a blanket ban on the establishment of new institutes from the 2020-21 academic year.

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Design thinking can be applied to bring large-scale changes in society: Srikant Datar

Dr Srikant Datar, Professor of Business Administration. Senior Associate Dean, Harvard Business School expounds on the concept in an interview with Prerna Lamba of BW Education.

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Engineering Internship: A Step In Right Direction?

An internship allows a student to avail of an opportunity to explore the various fields of engineering while they understand where their passion lies. Engineering as a field that covers the various sectors, from artificial hearts to submarines, the choice is with the student where they would like to specialize.

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Educationists’ Panel Urges For Creating, Curating And Calibrating Future Institutions

The ISBF & LSE Annual Teachers’ Symposiums 2019, a collaborative effort between London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) and their Featured Teaching Institution (FTI), the New Delhi based Indian School of Business & Finance (ISBF), was organised around the over-arching theme of “Empowering Post-Millenials by Future Proofing Learning & Counselling”.

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Indian School Of Hospitality Enters Agreement With At-Sunrice Globalchef Academy

The two institutes will collaborate to offer joint culinary programs, starting with the Diploma in Culinary Arts. The partnership has been established to develop academic exchanges and co-operation in teaching and research in culinary arts to promote global learning experiences. Students will have the option to pursue a three-nation culinary pathway.

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460 Conferred Degrees At TAPMI’s 33rd Annual Convocation

T. A. Pai Management Institute's (TAPMI) 33rd Annual Convocation ceremony was graced by S V Nathan, Partner and Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte India, and Dr H S Ballal, Pro-Chancellor, MAHE.

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Law In The Age Of Artificial Intelligence

Lately, the discussions on the potential use of Artificial Intelligence and the chances of Law and AI working hand in hand have grown. In the Indian Legal context, the entire process is manual, and the old age traditional lawyers in the profession are disinclined towards the concept of Artificial Intelligence in law.

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Do Management Institutes Need To Innovate And Update Curriculum To Enhance The Education System?

Business schools in India and all over the world are seeking methods of innovation they can bring into the classroom to empower the holistic development and growth of students. Let us look at some measures the best business schools in India have taken to adapt to the changing times.

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Future Of Civil Engineering In India In The Next Ten Years

Students are unaware of the scope and the future of Civil Engineering in India in the next ten years. So, let us delve into the understanding of what the future of Civil Engineering entails.

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