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Change From Classroom Education To Digital Education Is The New Wave In Education Sector

An interactive session on 'Road Map for Education in UP during COVID-19' was hosted by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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COVID-19 To Fuel Next Wave Of Innovation For Education Sector

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Technology is an integral part of this new reality, upending current educational practices, models and processes.

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Changing Future Of Education Sector Post COVID-19 Era

Indian universities about 10 years ago migrated to the digital platform but the intensity of use of these platforms by both the faculty and students was limited.

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Fee Financing To Set The Ball Rolling For Education Sector

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It becomes imperative for the education sector to rethink over the strategies to keep the ball rolling when the unprecedented once in a century disaster has changed the dynamics of the entire ecosystem.

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There Is Huge Dearth Of Good K-12 Schools In India: Vinesh Menon, AMPERSAND Group

In an exclusive interaction with BW Education, Vinesh Menon, CEO - Education, Consulting & Skilling (Government Services), AMPERSAND Group elaborates about the Indian Education sector amid the COVID-19 crisis.

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Role Of Private Capital In Promoting Affordable Education

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Affordable private schools need finance to keep up with the increase in working capital expenditure with a growing number of enrolments.

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What Isn’t There For Education Sector In Budget 2020-21?

Increasing the budget outlay is a positive move but research has shown that quantity itself is not enough and that quality of education matters even more for economic growth.

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Seven Steps To Combat Cyber Security Threats In Education Sector

Educational institutions store immense amounts of highly sensitive information, like contact information, academic records, Social Security numbers, financial information, and health records, which makes them lucrative targets for hackers.

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Why Classrooms Are Increasingly Becoming Irrelevant

Game-based learning in the form of in-class snap polls using smartphone voting, such as offered by Kahoot!, can also generate a sense of fun in learning. If students explicitly look forward to coming to class, they are more likely to engage and develop their understanding of course material.

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