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Campus Plus: Dec 14-Jan 15

Book Reading session in Dehradun World Integrity Center (WIC)  India recently  held a book reading and interaction session for teachers and principals by Prof. Debashis Chatterjee author & leadership speaker on his recently launched book ‘Can you teach a Zebra some Algebra’ at Dehradun.  The activity based session was enjoyed by all and focused on new age teaching techniques. Dr. …

Looking at a Nation of Students

Global relevance & competitiveness remain the key challenge as India will have 70 million students, the highest number ever in history of mankind by 2030 According to Greg Clark, British Minister of State for Universities, Science and Cities, soon one in four students globally will be an Indian and so world can’t ignore India. Conversely, India would also greatly depend …

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 …

Campus Plus Sep-Oct 2014

TERI University’s Dialogue on Sustainable Water Resource Management & Cleaning of Indian Rivers Despite cleaning of rivers being a major agenda for the Government, there is a significant decline in water quality – arising from growing population, increasing urbanization and industrial growth, which needs to be tackled with expertise. Against this background and with an aim to address the foremost …

BloodConnect celebrates the ‘Screams of Joy’

BloodConnect, a Delhi-based non-profit youth initiative (NGO), which works with a mission ‘to solve the problem of blood shortage in India’ celebrated its fourth anniversary on August 9 with a rock concert. Renowned music band Parikrama, which performed on the occasion left an estimated 1500 students of Delhi University and colleges enthralled. This year, BloodConnect, an organisation which was launched …

Success Tips for Fresh MBAs joining the Corporate World

EVERY YEAR IN JULY-AUGUST, the Corporate World is ready to provide a red carpet welcome to the MBA’s. These MBA (PGDBA, PGDHRM, and MMS…) students having completed two year of professional management education are now on the verge of an exciting career. An enviable clan, since not only do companies woo them during campus recruitment with fancy salaries but also …

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