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Budget 2021: Hype And Hope For Education

Budget earmarks the need for holistic progress cards for students that will provide them invaluable information to help students choose careers based on their personal strengths, interests and potentialities.

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An Outlook On Education Sector In 2021

The higher education sector in India is set for major overhaul and development in 2021.

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Budget 2021 Proposes Qualitative Strengthening Of 15,000 Schools To Include All Components Of National Education Policy

Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Nirmala Sitharaman also proposed to set up a Central University in Leh for accessible higher education in Ladakh.

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Concrete Efforts Are Required To Bridge Industry-academia Gap: Pravin V Patil, CEO, MIT- World Peace University

In an exclusive interaction with BW Education, Pravin V Patil, Chief Executive Officer at the Centre for Industry-Academia Partnerships, MIT World Peace University, spoke about the institution and more. Excerpts:

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NEP 2020: Solving For A Scientifically Designed Career Guidance Program

The National Education Policy, 2020 attempts to instil a holistic, integrated, enjoyable and engaging pedagogy that will allow students to explore their interests at early stages.

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The EdTech Sector Is Poised For Growth


The education tech landscape will evolve, more pure content plays will be created, more online digital plays that are horizontal will be created.

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Taking The Best From East And West Can Lead To Better Systems Of Education

In an exclusive interview to BW Businessworld, Ajeenkya D.Y. Patil, President, DY Patil University shares his thoughts on the draft National Education Policy (NEP) and the structural changes needed to improve the quality of education in India.

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Students Will Get 360-degree Holistic Assessment With National Education Policy

India would be the first country to introduce Artificial Intelligence in the schools as the students of India are enriched with talent, Pokhriyal stated.

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