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Opinion

The Logic and Scope of DU’s 5 Year Integrated Mass Communications Programme

Media is one of the fast growing industries especially the digital and the TV. As of now there are a good number of options at the Master’s level for pursuing media studies, but few at the undergrad level. The University of Delhi (DU), has been debating starting off with a 5 year integrated Bachelo

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Employment and Employability - two sides of the same coin?

Automation, Robotics and AI will eat up jobs. What must the stakeholders do to address this issue?

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Is Autonomy a Panacea?

Can we extend fundamental right of freedom to operate Institutions? In this context is real autonomy possible? Or is it a myth?

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Reviving the Joy of Engineering

Technology and globalisation are driving changes and transformations at levels never seen before. What awaits future generations is a world of automation and digitally enabled technologies. To cope with this ever-changing world, the most important skills required are the ability to think through pro

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How to Prepare for Polity Section of GK?

With important examinations approaching and Polity section filling up your paper, it is essential to remember some important pointers while preparing for it.

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New Technologies that will rule human resources in year 2017

Talent analytics and workplace analysis will become more commonplace, and we shall see companies using the data available to them far more competitively. We therefore see policies being far more flexible and adaptable to business changes in the near future.

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Going towards a “New Education Policy”

Past few years have been extremely eventful in the education eco space of this country. However, this year offers little prospect for relief. The top issues of 2017 will undoubtedly include cost, Workforce development, creating an environment for competency based education, accreditation, assessment

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Need for Learning Outcomes in Early Childhood to build Future Leaders

With disruptive technology and artificial intelligence beating humans in this competitive world, introducing learning outcomes in early childhood can have bigger return on investment than almost any other educational intervention

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Career counselling emerging as a preferred choice for teachers

With students having lack of awareness, teachers need to take up the mantle to help them! In India with only 500 counsellors for about 1.5 million students the calling has never been greater. Many teachers have paid heed to this calling and have taken up programs to help them become counsellors.

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DMIA Brain Capacity Test can help parents give their child a good “head start”

An increasing number of parents are taking their children, as young as one year-old, for the Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Analysis (DMIA). The 10-minute analysis, costing Rs 5,000, aims to unveil one’s genetic potential based on a study of the ridge patterns on the tips of one’s fingers.

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