Most women hesitate to ask for a raise at work says Harappa survey

Most women (85%), according to the survey, feel that at least once in their career they have been perceived as ‘bossy’ or ‘dominating’, when they were just being assertive
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NEP a progressive step: Akshay Munjal, president, BML Munjal University

The key to NEP’s success is its implementation in both letter and spirit.

Harappa Learning Fellows launched; offers complimentary access to online course from Ashoka X

The first edition of the scholarship offered one course from Ashoka X and any three courses of the individual’s choice from Harappa Education.

NEP 2020: How new education policy will impact students

The current regime has been strong on reforms; it’s time they open up the education sector to private investment that will bring the cost of education down. It is critical to recognise the role and

ICAI aims to go global with new CMA course

Students pursuing the CMA course should possess robust employability skills to become future-ready professionals,” said CMA Balwinder Singh, president, ICAI, during the e-career awareness programme

Virtual schooling: The post-Covid school Ninja

Digital tech can be an effective enabler for creating transformative impact on education.

New IITs: What are they doing differently?

The second-generation IITs are galloping, and in the next few years a few of these may outperform some older IITs.

IITs on NEP 2020: New education policy will help make India a knowledge hub

IIT Gandhinagar director Prof Sudhir Jain said that the new NEP has numerous progressive elements that the new IITs will find easy to implement, considering their young faculty that tend to be more op

Covid-19: Prestigious universities moving online, but can digital learning compensate for campus experience?

With scholarships drying up, travel restricted and new visa rules, the pandemic has jeopardised the dreams of millions of students looking to study abroad. As a way to deal, many prestigious universit

The IIT Mandi man: Prof Timothy A Gonsalves completes a decade at IIT Mandi

Prof Timothy A Gonsalves completes a decade at IIT Mandi

Amity University’s RICS SBE offers novel internship

In normal times, RICS usually arranges these internships by approaching industry organisations. The corporates give their requirements for interns, along with the location,profiles and stipend offered

IIT-Hyderabad incubated start-up develops IoT-enabled, low-cost ventilator

This would provide enough isolation to the patient and protection to health workers and family. The ventilator can be controlled using the app and provides real-time display of the waveforms.

COVID-19: What should students from class 12, who might soon be taking board exams, do?

College admissions, after all, may start in the next 30-40 days. All this has made research, information and choice limited for students.

Interview | Edtech will strengthen traditional players, says Saurabh Kumar, director academics, Vidyamandirmandir Classes

Edtech players can supplement brick-and-mortar companies, but it’s difficult to replace them as students from classes 8th to 12th are young enough to be self-motivated to study themselves.

Starting-up in high schools

Entrepreneurial training at the high school level can give women a head start in the tough start-up arena.

Why B-schools must rethink research

Have to encourage both academic research and practice-oriented research.

IFIM B-school starts Indo-Europa BBA

The new programme was announced last week at the International Conclave on Learning Ecosystems in Bengaluru, held to celebrate IFIM’s 25-year journey, and inaugurated by Eric Cornuel, CEO & director

We’ll strengthen hands of institutions: Anil Sahasrabudhe

There were times when AICTE was a bed of corruption, but from that perspective we are today clean and more transparent.

Budget 2020: Thrust is on employment generation, but are we doing enough for education?

Budget 2020-21: But are we doing enough for education and skill development—the key enablers for employment?

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Budget 2020: Focus is on furthering employability of Indians

Budget 2020-21: The focus is on furthering the employability of Indians.

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What will change in the workplace in 2020? Find out here

The trends are hyper-social, hyper-productive and intimately-personalised.

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The role of a teacher will have to change: Anantha Duraiappah

The rise of the use of artificial intelligence in education sector implies the need for regulations over the use of student data and, in particular, to protect students from misuse of their data by ex

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Budget 2020: Let’s grow both edtech and skill-tech

Union Budget 2020 India: What do B-Schools expect from this year’s Budget?

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Year 2020: How student housing will transform

Leading players in the student housing sector will leverage innovative technology to boost the convenience quotient for their customers.

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