Manufacturing jobs

In 2015, India should position itself as a key player in the technology-driven paradigm shift taking place in manufacturing

Connecting our classes by 2020

A connected education system can be achieved by 2020. It is only a matter of bringing together different technologies and stakeholders

Training India’s informal workforce

Millions of Indians who are leaving overcrowded farms are being absorbed by the informal economy rather than the large firms that policy-makers are apparently banking on

Smart jobs for smart cities

Data analytics, programming, high-end consulting, system and network integration are going to be the in-demand jobs

There is growing support for gender diversity in firms today: Chris Houghton, Head, Ericsson India

On December 18 Ericsson India held a diversity day at its office in NCR, where Mary Kom and her husband Onler Kom were invited to speak...

For better research, Indian institutions must be open to more collaborations: Arvind Gupta, University of British Columbia

The University of British Columbia (UBC) plans to connect to more students and faculty from across the world, including India, with a dedicated focus on research collaborations.

Why e-learning has a promising future in India

E-learning raises the level of education, literacy and economic development in countries where technical education is expensive, opportunities are limited and economic disparities exist...

Ready-to-hire skills: A long haul for aerospace engineering studies

The Indian aerospace industry is one of the fastest growing markets in the world with civil, defence and space segments showing significant growth potential.

Innovation is at the heart of Ireland’s knowledge economy: Patrick O’ Riordan

Last month, universities from Ireland participated in the Education in Ireland fairs in New Delhi, Pune, Chennai and Bangalore...

Learning priorities for banking

It is a skilled and robust workforce that lends an organisation its competitive advantage, rather than superior processes...

So that start-ups don’t fail…

Entrepreneurship should be incorporated in the Indian higher education system

Live virtual classrooms: Time to grab the $20-billion global IT training pie

Given the live virtual classroom set-up is cost-effective for students & employees abroad, the abundant opportunities for Indian players who can impart trainings via the LVC channel are waiting to be

Employee engagement is key to enhance productivity

An employee who functions to her full potential is a valuable asset for any company.

For the longest time, the Indian education system has failed to mature: Sridhar G

Ace Creative Learning aims to bring education back to school by shifting the focus of education from coaching centres to schools.

We are trying to reach out to the future generation of engineers and scientists aged 16-30 through the Eco-Marathon

The Eco-Marathon is an annual competition sponsored by Shell, in which participants...

Building skill to match the will

Developing skilled professionals in the energy domain is crucial

Regulating higher education for promoting excellence

One of the major challenges in regulating higher education in India is the fact that there are few clearly defined goals and purposes of regulation

Poised for nationwide adoption

Having a presence in the world’s second-largest economy has come to seem indispensable for ambitious business schools

Economic dynamics necessitate re-prioritising policy targets

Let’s educate our management students about this

Campus roundup: UC Berkeley ties up with Ashoka University

UC Berkeley ties up with Ashoka University The University of California at Berkeley (UC Berkeley) and Ashoka University have partnered to promote academic collaboration and quality liberal arts educat

‘We need more research in green energy space’

In October, students of the Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research...

Teach like a gurukula

Business schools should aim at empowering the young mind to think vertically and apply laterally

Putting teacher training on track

We need high quality institutes with an intake capacity of a few thousand seats each, and a strong accreditation and monitoring framework that helps raise the bar for teacher education

We need to nurture innovation and support entrepreneurship: Chris Houghton, Ericsson

On October 31, Friday, Ericsson announced the launch of its Innovation Awards at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.

Strategic interventions to crack the CAT 2014

Aspirants of CAT 2014 started their homework months ago and, by now, they would have nearly completed their preparation.

Smartening up for smart cities

Why is it important to create capacities in higher education institutions for smart and sustainable cities.

Suzlon narrows Q2 loss to Rs 656 cr

Wind turbine maker Suzlon Energy narrowed its losses by 16.11 % to R656 crore during Q2 FY15.

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