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Need Of Hour: Balance Education, Technology With Core Skills

With technology making it's rapid way into schools, what is to be expected from the education leaders to adapt to the changes

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Education Measured In Marksheet Is Recipe For Disaster: Principal, The Scindia School

Dr. Madhav Deo Saraswat believes in the need for a very progressive education policy structure in the coming decade

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NCERT To Revise 14-Yr-Old Curriculum Framework, Set Up Committee By Month-End

The NCF has been revised four times so far - in 1975, 1988, 2000 and 2005. The new proposed revision will be the fifth of the framework.

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Macquarie University Announces Dual Degree Courses For Better Employment Scenario

The integrated double degree courses will bring changes in the design of undergraduate and postgraduate course structure that will support interdisciplinary degrees and micro-credentialing

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Woxsen Applies For University Status With Telangana State Council Of Higher Education

Woxsen has been strengthening its position in the education community by acquiring the prestigious accreditation from AICTE, Govt of India for each of the three schools

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Curriculum Is Revised With Respect To New Age Technologies: Anil Sahasrabudhe

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is the statutory body and a national-level council for technical education, under Department of Higher Education, MHRD. BW Education talks to Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman - AICTE, about the current education scenario in the country and how can Indian institutes receive global recognition. Excerpts:

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EUNOIA: The New Eurokids’ Mindful Curriculum For Pre-Schoolers

MIND, BODY and SOUL – EUNOIA, Mindful Curriculum for pre-schoolers.

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Entrepreneurship Curriculum To Be Launched For School Students

A collaborative international discussion was organised by New Delhi Institute of Management (NDIM) on “Living Mindfully: Initiatives and Learnings” where Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi was the chief guest. R Anand, Sr Vice President HR, HCL Technologies shared his thoughts on his recently published book - Happiness at Work: Mindfulness, Analysis and Well-being. Midori Yamamoto, Professor of Indian Art and Culture, University of Kanazawa also shared her valuable insights on India-Japan collaboration in diverse fields for meeting manpower challenges in Japan. Yamamoto was a visiting professor at NDIM and supporting Japanese initiatives at NDIM.

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