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4 Things Every Indian Ed-Tech Entrepreneur Should Know About Teachers

There is no doubt ed-tech entrepreneurs work in a tough sector. They face the challenges of B2B sales and scaling up in a fragmented ecosystem. At the same time, their product must cater to multiple expectations in a school. Usually the biggest hurdle is ensuring product adoption by teachers. This is where understanding the hurdle at a granular level will help them.

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JD Institute Of Fashion Technology Wins Leaders In Education Award 2018

JD Institute of Fashion Technology bags the award for leaders in education by UK Asian Business Awards 2018 recently at the Congress Hall London. These awards come from World Consulting & Research Corporation (WCRC International), the global leaders in Brand equity research and Award

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What The Education Sector Wants From The Union Budget Of 2018

The Union Budget 2018 is touted to be the make or break budget for the current government. All the promises made and efforts undertaken will need to see fruition before India goes to vote in 2019. Academics and experts tell BW Education about their expectations from Finance Minister's, Arun Jaitley’s last budget of the term.

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DMIA Brain Capacity Test can help parents give their child a good “head start”

An increasing number of parents are taking their children, as young as one year-old, for the Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Analysis (DMIA). The 10-minute analysis, costing Rs 5,000, aims to unveil one’s genetic potential based on a study of the ridge patterns on the tips of one’s fingers.

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Parenting a super child!

Your child’s experiences with the outputs as words, actions, and ranging behaviors are the result of many differential calculi. The most evident reflection that he could mirror back to you is your parenting style, no matter what age he is.

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'We Inspire Our Students To Become Job Creators'

Companies of today are looking for innovative researchers and educational institutions will have to be responsible for it, says Rajendra S Pawar, chairman of NIIT Group.

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