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Prof Ajit Prasad, Director - IIM Lucknow Passes Away

admitted in SGPGIMS, he was on Ventilator Support for the last 2 weeks

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The Side Hustle Of College Life

The world’s moving fast, everyone is online, Millennials are being replaced by GenZ and influencer marketing is peaking. Campuses are abuzz with the latest fancy lingo, the coolest new music and talk of the latest Netflix shows. As students return to campuses, they’re constantly checking their Instagram, Snapchat and other social media accounts. Companies are now realizing that these students have a strong voice in their networks and are opinion leaders in their own domain. This environment brings with it a new wave of opportunities for college students.

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Public Policy Professionals: Drivers Of Change In Society

Mr. Luis Miranda, Governing Council Member of ISPP and Chairperson, Centre for Civil Society, and Dr. Parth Shah, Governing Council Member of ISPP and President, Centre for Civil Society speak to BW Education on the formation of first Public Policy School of India

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How The International Baccalaureate (IB) Is Differentiating The Talents Of Students

The CAS programme ensures that students develop an ethical and values led consideration of their personal actions alongside the experience of making a genuine commitment and change to society.

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IIT Kharagpur Organises Young Innovators Programme

The students of different participating teams came up with solutions to problem statements in the areas of Clean Energy, Health and cleanliness, Resource management, Hardware Modelling, Product Designing and Disaster Management in the YIP 2018, it said.

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Education Most Potent Tool To Ensure Peace In Society: HRD Minister Satyapal Singh

Speaking at ‘India Ideas Conclave’ in New Delhi, the minister of state for human resources development, also said that “one of the biggest mistakes” of Independent India was to adopt the education system of the British Rule.

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JNU To Launch Community Radio Station

IIMC students will work as radio jockeys and will provide logistical support. The SCDR will research topics that can be taken up on radio shows.

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Dyal Singh College Principal Sent On Long Leave, Office Sealed

The governing body of Delhi University’s Dyal Singh College on Friday sealed the office of its morning shift principal IS Bakshi.

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Career Scope In Management Consulting

The business and management consulting in India recorded the revenue of $11.5 billion in 2017 where the management consulting sector contributes around $1.5 billion to the overall revenue generated. The industry is estimated to grow manifold with the rapid digitization and emerging market trends creating a myriad of career opportunities.

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Not Keen On Changing Reservation Policy For Higher Education: HRD To Law Ministry

Currently, faculty posts are reserved for SC and ST candidates at all three levels — assistant professor, associate professor and professor. For OBCs, however, reservation is applied only at the entry level

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