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Budget 2019: Launching 'Study In India' Initiative To Target Foreign Students, Says Fin Min

The minister said ‘Study in India’ programme will focus on attracting foreign students to the country.

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An MBA That Pays For Itself

The cost of the two year MBA programs in India would vary ranging from a few lakhs and may go up to 35 lakhs from the most-sought-after institutes. Although people say don’t attach cost on knowledge, but it matters when someone is pursuing any professional degree course such as MBA while sometimes, also, by taking an education loan.

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Indian Education: The Need To Overhaul The System

As per the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Rankings, the jewels of the Indian education system are the only ones shining on the global map. These include Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay at rank 162 and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru at rank 170.

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Era Of The Sage On The Stage Is Over: Meric Gertler, President of University of Toronto

Yatish Rajawat speaks with Meric Gertler, President of the University of Toronto, an expert on Urbanization who has been working on reinventing how education is delivered at the University. Some of the issues discussed: how is higher education changing and what should Universities or institution of learning do to prepare for this change, why the design of classroom and teaching needs to change. How has the University of Toronto changed its approach to teaching, learning and skills.

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Why Should One Opt For An ROI Based Higher Education?

Higher education in India is considered as an investment, where an individual dedicates time, resources and money to improve their professional skills and earn a lucrative salary. An estimated 5.53 lakh Indian students are studying abroad in 86 countries as per government data.

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Education Should Make Students Think In An Innovative Way: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu

The Vice President also called for greater synergy between the private, public and co-operative sectors in creating more avenues for skilled jobs in villages, stating it would strengthen food security and improve the living conditions of rural people.

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VESIM's Goal Is To Have International Accreditation: Dr. Modh

Exclusive interaction of Dr. Satish Modh, Director- VESIM B-School, Mumbai with BW.

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Quality Of Education In Higher Institutions Not Up To World Standard: Pranab Mukherjee

Stating that IIT graduates will be found at top places in international organisations, Pranab Mukherjee asked, how many of IITians are engaged in teaching and basic research? He was addressing convocation at Patna University.

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Internationalizing Increased Students Application In Sweden Universities

Sweden universities have various collaborations for programmes in science and engineering. Additionally, unique courses like a degree in gaming and programming also attract many students to Sweden Universities.

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Making MBA Relevant To 21st Century Professional

With the given market dynamics, corporates today are looking for thought leaders, innovators, and disruptors.

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