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Pune engineering college wins Baja 2015

College of Engineering, Pune, has won the eighth edition of the Baja SAEIndia—a series that aims to provide an opportunity...

Pune engineering college wins Baja 2015

Why education sector must keep an eye on this Budget

A relatively bigger budgetary allocation towards school, college and vocational education expected

Union Budget, Education sector, Budget education News

The need to step up funding for education sector is acute

Securing increasing funding for setting up of additional schools is a key expectation from the government in the near term

The need to step up funding for education sector is acute

Let’s make 2015 the year of skilling

After all these years of trial and error, the government is right in realising that we need to massively scale up our skilling efforts

Economy News

The new legal professional

LPOs have started offering good employment opportunities for young, tech-savvy lawyers

The new legal professional

The making of a university

A new book by Rakesh Batabyal tries to critically analyse the working of the minds within the JNU

The making of a university

Why we must focus on value-based education

While India is progressing economically and major steps are being taken to enhance education standards across the country...

Why we must focus on value-based education

The CEO-CHRO disconnect: reality or perception?

Anirban Ghosh, Sreedipto Bhattacharyya & Gloryson Chalil

The CEO-CHRO disconnect: reality or perception?

Are we serious about educating our children?

How do we provide quality education when we have not been able to even ensure trained and qualified teachers for our children?

Are we serious about educating our children?

The changing face of corporate training

A look at the emerging training-investment needs of companies in 2015

The changing face of corporate training

Why franchising makes sense for an entrepreneur

Howard Stevenson of the Harvard Business School defines entrepreneurship as “exploiting an opportunity regardless...

Why franchising makes sense for an entrepreneur

There is a need is to align business school curricula with industry needs: Narender L Ahuja

Recently IMT Ghaziabad held its placements and placed a record 241 students on Day Zero...

There is a need is to align business school curricula with industry needs: Narender L Ahuja

Creating a responsible financier

Management education must help resolve the age-old dilemma a responsible financier faces: capitalist profits or socialist financial inclusion?

Creating a responsible financier

E-commerce is here. Can jobs be far behind?

Companies are on the lookout for people who understand how e-commerce really works

E-commerce is here. Can jobs be far behind?

Careers in construction

We believe that 2015 will bode well for housing recovery and this can improve consumer sentiment in the long run.

Careers in construction

Why mid-career professionals need online education support?

The 21st century has brought in a new range of triggers for mid-life career crisis. Already reeling under the pressure of a slowdown...

Why mid-career professionals need online education support?

Investing in our children

The Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) should prompt schools to develop an interactive curriculum and pedagogy, which are key factors for transforming education in India

Investing in our children

Going beyond the campus

Do we really need multiple acres of land, furnished with hostels, libraries & lecture halls, providing only one kind of knowledge?

Going beyond the campus

Recruitment trends in banking in 2015; hiring set to go up to 25%

Studies conducted by several head-hunter firms unanimously suggest that the banking and financial sector will lead the pack...

Recruitment trends in banking in 2015; hiring set to go up to 25%

The right way to skill India?

It’s time industry leaders stop complaining about the increasing skills gap but contribute by training, knowledge-sharing and inspiring

The right way to skill India?

IT governance in higher education

Educational institutes and students have to help create a future fan-following for IT governance

IT governance in higher education

Our courses deal with areas of law that are not taught in law schools: Antony Alex, CEO, myLaw.net

Online education has the potential to make high quality education accessible to the masses. By putting the control on how, what and when of learning in a student’s hand, we can create a culture of s

Our courses deal with areas of law that are not taught in law schools: Antony Alex, CEO, myLaw.net

‘The greatest challenge for online education in India is poor internet connectivity in rural areas’

The Frederick William Beinecke Professor of Economics and Director of the Project on US-China Relations at Yale University, Richard C Levin is more popular...

‘The greatest challenge for online education in India is poor internet connectivity in rural areas’

Can India harness its demographic dividend?

Over the next 10 years, the shortage of skilled workforce, which is a problem today as well, will swell into an incapacitating factor...

Can India harness its demographic dividend?

Continued impetus on education reforms needed

Laws to protect original and authentic content in the larger interest of students and the education fraternity; digitisation in schools; and clarity in tax regime for e-books needed

Continued impetus on education reforms needed

2015: The year of execution

For the Indian education and skill development sector, if 2014 can be called the year of promises, 2015 should be the year of execution

2015: The year of execution

Manufacturing jobs

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

Manufacturing jobs
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