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SMEs Expect Costs To Continue Rising Over The Next Months: Survey

SPJIMR study highlights the disproportionate risk of inflation on small and medium family enterprises

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64% Students’ Biggest Fear Is Not Scoring Well In Final Exams: Survey

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Brainly survey aims to understand Indian students and the stress they are facing about the upcoming final exams

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Digital Transformation Fueling Interest In Studying Computer Science Abroad: Survey

India survey by INTO shows a shift towards advanced technologies such as Artificial intelligence (AI) and Robotics among Indian students, with over 78 per cent revealing the pandemic has influenced their career choices

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78% Professionals Want Employers To Upskill Them For Hybrid Work: Survey

Harappa’S Hybrid Readiness Survey finds include ‘skilful teamwork’, taking ownership and learning agility are the top skills required to flourish in a hybrid setting, according to the respondents and many more

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72% Study Abroad Aspirants Willing To Choose Hybrid Programs To Save Money | Survey

A survey conducted by The WorldGrad of overseas education aspirants shows changing learning trends post-Covid.

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83% Adolescents Respond Positively While Engaging With a Facilitator | Survey

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Salaam Bombay Foundation releases findings on a joint study with Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

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India Is Upskilling While Commuting: Harappa Shares 2021 Online Learning Insights

Harappa shares its annual online learning insights from its community of 400k+ learners. Excerpts:

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79% Of Students Missed In-Person Celebrations At School: Survey

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Brainly survey covers student’s sentiments around offline events and celebrations at school ahead of Children’s Day

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80% Children Left Without Access To Education During School Closures

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A recent national survey showed that only 20 per cent of school-aged children who were enrolled in the formal education system received remote education during COVID-19 induced school closures.

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43% Teachers Unhappy With Online Mode Of Teaching: Survey

According to an online survey published in the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights' (DCPCR) first journal -- Children First: Journal on Children's Lives. the poll, the majority of teachers (43 per cent) were dissatisfied with online teaching, and 9 per cent were completely dissatisfied.

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