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Can Children Be Influenced To Commit Suicide?

In India, about 46,000 suicides occurred each in 15–29 and 30–44 age groups in 2012 – or about 34% each of all suicides and it was executed through Poisoning (33%), hanging (26%) and self-immolation (9%) primarily (Registrar General of India, Government of India). In 2012, 80% of the suicide victims were literate, higher than the national average literacy rate of 74%.

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Emerging Career Trends In Engineering And Technology

Engineering college seats were highly competitive and getting into an engineering college was a guarantee for a successful career for life. Not anymore! Many engineering colleges are either being closed or the number of seats remains unfilled!

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Industry and Academia Have A Variety Of Multifaceted Options To Propel CSR Activities

“Integrate, Innovate and Implement” is the mantra to set cost-intensive social initiatives in motion and fuel unparalleled CSR solutions, to uplift our global society.

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Somebody Who Fails Can Be Better Than Others

Ramon Magsaysay Award recipient Sonam Wangchuk tells it in an exclusive conversation with BW Education's Editor Waqar Ahmed Fahad, a few excerpts from the interview are placed below

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Dance Is Not A Passion Only, It Is A New Age Career

Students are taught the various aspects of musical theatre and stage performance. They are empowered with technical knowledge, spatial awareness and performance guidelines. The complete performing arts experience helps students overcome stage fright, become more confident, learn to work in teams and feel a great sense of achievement.

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Jio Institute Among The Six Institutes Named As Institutes Of Eminence

IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay, Jio Institute, BITS Pilani, Manipal University and IISc Bangalore are the six higher educational institutions to get the status of Institutes of Eminence

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Do Engineers In India Stand Exposed To The Current Technology Evolution?

According to AICTE data from 2017, there were 3291 recognized institutions offering undergraduate programs in Engineering disciplines with a total intake capacity of 15,56,360. Exactly 782,200 students graduated in 2016 of which 361,498 reported being placed in a job. This is just over half of those passing out.

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Foreign Investment In The Education Sector: Regulatory Roadblocks

The FDI Policy allows up to 100% foreign investment in the education sector under the automatic route (i.e. without the requirement of prior Government approval). Further, FDI in companies engaged in construction-development projects (including inter alia educational institutions) is permitted up to 100% under the automatic route, subject to compliance with certain conditionalities.

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Switzerland - A Case Of Growth Fuelled By Education, Research, And Innovation

The competitiveness of Switzerland in research is corroborated by their expense on research and development in relation to their GDP which is one of the highest in the world.

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Schools Must Start Looking At Solving The Employability Issue In India

Any competitive advantage that India and Indians love to boast about, “Demographic Dividend” does not exist, instead, it has the potential to become a “Demographic Disaster”

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