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Why Online Examinations, Evaluation And Assessments Are Future Of Indian Education System

Quality of education in the future will be measured not just on the calibre of teachers but also digital infrastructure.

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Change Of Career To Pursue Passion Can Be Fruitful

With the students’ growing affinity towards unconventional career choices the Indian Education System has made a conscious choice of moving towards skill development.

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Over 75 Per Cent Indians Feel Working For One Employer For Entire Career Is 'Old-Fashioned'

The survey also pointed out that 84 per cent Indians ended up choosing a career based on what they majored in but 31 per cent ended up switching careers eventually.

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Transitioning From Good To Great: What Makes A University Stand Out

India’s educational institutions are decades behind embracing this kind of shift in thinking and pedagogy. The sheer challenge and compulsions of demand have taken innovation away from them. For those that are experimenting, the numbers they deal with are miniscule in comparison to what India needs. Indeed, some of the better educational institutions in the private space cater to 2000 or 3000 students only because of the fairly widespread belief that scale and quality are incompatible.

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SRM University AP Is A Greenfield Project, Agile On Its Feet And Growing Rapidly: Dr. Jamshed Bharucha, VC, SRM University

BW Education interacted with Dr. Jamshed Bharucha, Vice Chancellor, SRM University – AP, Amaravati: A distinguished Ivy Leaguer and a global Academic Leader, Dr. Bharucha is the Founding Vice Chancellor of SRM AP.

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Indian Education System Needs Remuneration, Training For Teachers: Next Education

Beas Dev Ralhan, Chief Executive Officer, Next Education opens up to BW Businessworld about the importance of upskilling the teachers to make Digital India a reality. Edited Excerpts

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Delhi Govt Approves Regularization Of 15,000 Guest Teachers

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The Delhi cabinet on Wednesday approved regularization of 15,000 guest teachers working in its schools and a bill will be presented in the Assembly next week.

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“Shortfalls In Educating Indian Children Constitute Learning Crisis”: World Bank

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According to the ‘World Development Report 2018: Learning to Realise Education’s Promise’ that was released on Tuesday, India ranks second after Malawi in a list of 12 countries wherein a grade two student could not read a single word of a short text.

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