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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 …

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 …

Focus deficiency: Confused, & Chaotic, Higher Education in India today at crossroads

A rudder of national vision and policy intervention needed to provide it velocity The 14th edition of FICCI Higher Education Summit held on November 10-11 (2016) in New Delhi provided a perfect setting for congregation of educationists and experts from diverse backgrounds and interests to open their minds on road ahead for higher education deliverables in the complexity of times …

Andhra may provide the Model Architecture for higher education

AP set to emerge as a big higher education destination as Enabling frameworks and chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu’s ambitious vision translate on ground   FICCI to set up National Knowledge Functional Hub, FICCI Center of Excellence for Grass root Initiatives and Development in the state In a welcome development that may augur well for country’s sluggish and not so …

Major higher education reforms may happen through export services route

That there is a need for India to focus on improving infrastructure and quality in higher education as its demand is huge not only within the country but also outside, may come good for this crucial segment of education. An estimated 2.30 lakh students from India go for studying abroad annually and involves a commerce of about $ 17 billion, …

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