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Post-study Work Policies Play A Key Role in determining study destinations for foreign students

Opening post-study rights is not only beneficial for the students, but also to the host country’s economy. This can go on to drive the growth of the international economy and lead to a more connected, vibrant world, which will be full of limitless possibilities.

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Importance Of Physical And Mental Well-being Of Teachers And Students

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Let us look at some of the crucial aspects that can guide us about focusing on the overall well-being of our teachers and students.

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India And China Discuss Education Cooperation, Possibility Of Mutually Recognising Qualifications

India and China discussed various areas of cooperation in education and different aspects of their respective educational systems at their first Joint Working Group (JWG) meeting.

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What Is Lacking In India’s ECCE System?

Apart from investment in teacher preparations, India struggles in the quality of early exposure given to young children in villages as compared to cities.

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People Drifting Away From Technical Education For Lack Of Quality

“PM Modi has been stressing on Make In India and universities have to be the innovation centres for that, moreover investing in faculties and lab staff becomes a necessity.

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Faculty 4.0 Can Make Education 4.0 Successful

Education and industry meet during the placement season, but they need to sit together often and decide on the demands for education to be industry-ready

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Bridging Skill Gap In India

Indian traditional education structure needs improvisation to create enough employment opportunities for the equivalently skilled workforce.

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NCERT, Its Constituents Play Key Role In Strengthening Nation’s Foundation: Ramesh Pokhriyal

HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ made the comments at 59th foundation day celebrations of National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT).

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IIM Ahmedabad Launches Faculty Newsletter

The first issue presents write-ups on the impact of two published research works on practice and on the ideas behind two courses offered at IIMA’s long-duration programmes.

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How Is Technology Changing The Dynamics Of Education In India

India, standing at a high adult illiteracy rate of 30% had been struggling to disseminate education, especially in remote areas with poor connectivity.

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