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Right to Education Act completes 15 years sans much transformative impact

Autar Nehru ‘Art of the possible’ idea of politics given by German statesman, Otto von Bismarck in a way holds true for the Indian state’s approach and treatment of school education. Nothing illustrates this better than the journey and status of the Right to Education.  Instead of idealism, it has rather followed pragmatism and encouraged or even added to a …

How AI & other trends are shaping Career Opportunities in Digital Design after Class 12th

By Nien Siao, Dean, JS Institute of Design, New Delhi These days, Indian high school graduates are quite familiar with the digital design industry. In fact, many of them are more up-to-date on the latest trends compared to students from previous decades. With the number of design colleges growing in the country and increasing opportunities for studying abroad, it’s no …

Play it safe with colors on Holi

This year, Holi, the festival of colors and vibrancy, one of the most globally recognized joyful mass festival in India, falls on March 25. A bountiful of spring, a myriad of colors and uninhabited display of collective celebration is what characterizes this important religious festival, which has actually become one of the eagerly anticipated national festivals especially by the millions …

B-schooling: 5 emerging trends in MBA education

Currently, MBA programs are evolving to meet the demands of today’s dynamic business environment. Through specialized programs, industry collaboration, international exposure, experiential learning, and a focus on sustainability, students are equipped with the skills to succeed as leaders. Pursuing an MBA degree is seen as the key to enhancing employability and achieving career goals. It has become a sort of …

Binary system of accreditation to replace NAAC’s controversial ‘CGPA’ accreditation; One Nation- One Data Platform may aid in universalization of process

UGC’s accreditation agency for higher education institutions (HEIs) in India, the National Assessment and Accreditation Committee (NAAC, esb 1994), is switching over to binary system of accreditation from this year following acceptance of the final report of the Dr. K. Radhakrishnan Committee by the Government in January. The accreditation reform comes even as the original proposal of setting up of …

Space education—a rising field of science, is a gateway to many career possibilities

From captivating space exploration to engineering, mechatronics, data science, public policy and astronomy, Space Education has a lot to offer for students both as an interesting science and career says Narayan Bhargava, Founder and CMD of Narayan Bhargava Group  In India, there are exciting opportunities for space enthusiasts. The Indian National Space Promotion and Authorization Centre (IN-SPACE) and ISRO offer …

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