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Myths V/S Facts while making a career choice

By Murlidhar S, Founder & CEO Lodestar Career Guidance Now that your child’s board exam results are out, they would soon venture into exploring different career options. From Stream and Electives to Boards and Colleges, now begins the time of making choices that is going to determine their career pathway. It is also that time of the year where you …

India-specific LSAT now accepted by 60 law colleges, Next test on May 17

The India-specific Law School Admission Test (LSAT) an online standardized test administered by US-based Law School Admission Council (LSAC) via Pearson Vue India online platform is increasingly being accepted by law colleges in India. According to PearsonVue sources, about 61 institutions in India have started recognizing and accepting LSAT score.  Last year 3960 candidates appeared for the test. The next …

Music Education in schools should be serious business than a mere custom

 That cortex Lobes are more functional and even grow with learning of music or performing must be a good enough reason to let music education bloom Delhi-based guitarist, Kapil Srivastava, an alumnus of Delhi University, has in several ways redefined the power of music education by adding customized and corporatizing educational programs and a very robust delivery mechanism both though …

Best institutions are known for their standards in teaching and research, the work culture and broader environment for enabling learning’

The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)  a deemed university, established in 1936 as the Sir Dorabji Tata Graduate School of Social Work is today India’s premier institution in social sciences with campuses in  . Mumbai, Tuljapur, Hyderabad and Guwahati.  Prof Lakshmi Lingam, Deputy Director of the Hyderabad campus , replied to a set of questions from Curriculum Magazine Briefly, …

Career in Nanotechnology

Dr. Pawan Whig, Dean, RIET, Jaipur NANOTECHNOLOGY is the upcoming field which interests many people. It is the science of the future which includes innovations that can change the world.  It is the engineering of working systems at the molecular level. From the clothes and sunglasses we wear to computer hard drives and even cleaning products, nanotechnology  often inspired by …

Skill Development Talk, All ‘Rhetoric’– Success Mantra Elusive

The Prime Minister, Narendera Modi leaves no opportunity or platform without talking about his pet ‘skilled India’ slogan and when read with his equally catchy ‘Make in India’ catchphrase, an impression has gone out that Skills education has finally arrived to catch the imagination of youth. However, there is much ground to be covered before skills education becomes bankable in …

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