Advertisement

Latest Articles in education

How Is AI Impacting The Workplace?

By 2020, five million jobs would have become obsolete as AI replaces human workers.

Read More

The Influx Of Technology And Its Impact On Education In Indian Society

Technology has truly transformed the way we live our lives. Unsurprisingly then, the impact of technology then is immense in the sphere of education too, where, be it at home, or at school and educational institution, the integration of digital and other technologies has diametrically changed the learning experience.

Read More

Learning Via Educational Advertisements

EduTree is an interactive learning tool for replacing television advertisements with educational content that is of the same duration as an advertisement. The educational content created aims to teach a topic in a short span of time. The product works as a middle technology disruptor between television, computer, and mobile phone and can also be used as a WiFi router. The product has five major features called EduTips, EduTest, EduProgress, EduEye, and Educast.

Read More

Engineering Education Industry’s Challenges And Prospects

With growing manpower demand and institutions, questions have often been raised on the quality of Engineers and hence that of Engineering education.

Read More

Goa Government Orders Implementation Of EWS Quota In Jobs, Education

An office memorandum issued by state Director of Social Welfare Parag Nagarcekar on Friday directed all the departments, public sector undertakings and autonomous bodies to modify the existing parameters to provide reservation for the EWS.

Read More

Growing Demand Of Financial Experts And Profession

Career choices in finance have increased manifold over the past few years. More people are advancing towards courses like CFA, FRM, MBA (Finance), MS (Finance), CWM, CMT and others.

Read More

India, UK Join Hands To Invest 75 Million Pounds For Academic Exchanges

The bilateral investment, the biggest by any country with the UK in the recent past, has resulted in multiple policy dialogues and institutional partnerships, an official said.

Read More

Studying Abroad Bridging The Indo-China Divide

In the year 2006, India and China signed an umbrella agreement, EEP (Education Interest Programme) for educational co-operation between the two countries. Under this agreement, certain scholarships in recognised institutes of Higher Learning are awarded to 25 students each from both sides. The 25 scholarships to the Chinese students are offered by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR). Also, in 2015, an EEP (Exchange Education Program) was signed between India and China (this was between Universities that provide vocational courses).

Read More

"Streamline Entire Education System": Supreme Court To State, Central Government

"Why don't you streamline the entire education system? Why this tension and stress to the students? Why all these litigations," the bench said.

Read More

Looking For A Career In Hospitality? Head To Goa

VMSIIHE has an existing collaboration with Turismo de Portugal resulting from an MoU signed between the two countries in the presence of Antonio Costa, Prime Minister of Portugal during his visit to Goa. The association offers an opportunity to students to visit Portugal as a part of a knowledge based exchange program. The institute also offers an option for higher studies in Switzerland.

Read More