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10 K Atal Tinkering Lab schools by year end, professionals who registered being mapped for mentoring

The current number of Atal Tinkering Lab (ATL) equipped schools that stands around 9000 across the country, will cross 10,000 mark by end of this year. Giving this information at the LMSAI- Harvard University Annual India Symposium on ‘Science & Society’ partnered by Niti Ayog in Delhi April 4, R Ramanan, mission director at the Atal Innovation Mission under Niti …

EDUCATING FOR THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL AGE: Computational Thinking in curricula must for winning big races of the future world

“What is special today, will be common tomorrow,” says Jim Tung, Fellow at the US-based MathWorks (esb 1984), a company that develops the popular mathematical computing software/language, Matlab, used by engineers and scientists for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation along with Simulink to  accelerate their works in innovation and development. With his association going for more than …

We want to reach out to India’s 25% children by 2020: Next Education CEO, Beas Dev Ralhan

Beas Dev Ralhan, co-founder and CEO of Hyderabad-based Next Education India Pvt Ltd (esb 2007)  was recently awarded for company’s Early Childhood Education solution, Nextplay by a Noida-based publication at a conference in New Delhi. On the sidelines, in a conversation , Autar Nehru attempted to understand the success mantra of Next Education from him. If I may say so, …

New Trend: ‘Whatsapp’ Learning

India’s leading E–learning protagonist Prof MM Pant, who is also a disruptive education technology enthusiast, recently did a week-long course on MOOCs learning. The course taken by 145 educationists, educational professionals and scholars including from Sweden, UK, Bangladesh was perhaps first of its kind learning course using Whatsapp in India. The best outcome of this ‘disruptive’ and very useful course …

“Chiphen Rigpel” project in Bhutan leaves lasting impact

Chiphen Rigpel – an ambitious human capacity building project funded by Government of India and launched by The Royal Government of Bhutan in partnership with Government of India, on the sidelines of the SAARC summit held in Bhutan has successfully completed 5 years after it was initiated on April 30, 2010. This project was designed to empower the people of …

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