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THE UNFOLDING OF ‘CONTAINER’ CLASSROOM TRAINING SCHOOLS

A sampler Mobile classrooms in ‘discarded ‘shipping containers an innovation by Safeducate, the education and training arm of logistic company Safexpress, was inaugurated by the Prime Minister Modi in the accompanying exhibition of a mega event convened to announce launch of Skill India imitative of the Government on World Skills Day (July 16) . The model has since remained in …

“At STIR , we are building a movement of teachers within the system who can improve learning for children”

STIR (Schools and Teachers Innovating for Results) one of the fast-growing international NGOs, started its operations in India in 2012. STIR’s aim is to address the learning crisis in the developing world by empowering teachers to be changemakers. In 2013, it signed a memorandum of understanding with the Uttar Pradesh’s SCERT. In an email interview Sandeep Mishra, Government Program Director, …

Interview: Siddarth Bharwani, Director – Brand and Marketing Jetking (The pioneering electronics enterpise of Indepent India)

World War II, India’s independence and partition, all factored in this extraordinary story.  Gordhandas P. Bharwani had started trading in big Radios, Gramophones & Valve Radios, which were in vogue post- war under the name of Jetking and as partition brought him to Mumbai from Pakistan he set up a portable radio manufacturing factory in a suburb of India’s commercial …

“Demand for MBA will continue unabated, but aspirants must be clear what they want out of MBA program”

An MBA from University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business,  Jatin Bhandari,  worked with Accenture before starting PythaGURUS (esb 2009) offering creative solutions for students. Curriculum magazine spoke with him about the current trend in MBA education and how aspiring students should negotiate the choice myriad  Do you think MBA as a career choice still commands the same mad …

“We understand the strength and potential of young India, and strive to be the wind beneath their wings, by providing education finance on the best terms possible”

AVANSE EDUCATION LOANS The cost of education is increasing in India as well as globally. The average cost of attending a management, engineering or any other advanced education course in India, which  now ranges in multiple lakh are beyond the reach of most families. Hence, the need for loans to finance courses in India is also going up. In this …

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 …

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