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12th Pass & Looking For Exciting Career Choices, Look This Way!

5 Career Options after 12th Class By Sumit Saurabh, Director, The Desizn Circle  Sky’s the limit for a school graduate in today’s India. Gone are the days when you could not think beyond becoming a doctor, engineer or lawyer once you have passed the threshold of 12th standard annual exams. The meritorious students could have the pick of the so-called top careers while …

School girl creates online platform to keep growing her teaching passion, raises funds for have-nots to use technology for education

Arshya Gaur, a 17-old humanities student of class 12 at Delhi’s Vasant Valley School is getting attention as her edtech platform, Read Together, a multi-media learning content aid to enhance the experience of children who struggle with reading or have learning disabilities in English language is impressing more and more people. The web platform to impart video lessons to pre-schoolers …

A chemistry teacher is on a mission to support 2021 children whose lives are devastated by C19 Pandemic

Picture this. In a lower income family in a remote place of Assam, three siblings (all girls) who aren’t even adult lose both parents (daily wagers) to covid and they have only an old fragile grandmother left as the guardian, have no source of sustenance. In absence of any financial support, all three will have to give up studies and …

Remote Internships: ITM Business School, Kharghar case

By Dr. Lakshmi Mohan, Director Though the pandemic has affected the internship format and opportunities, students have to be optimistic and persuasive about their learning. Through remote internships, which is the current option for internships, students must carve their way to preparing for a bright career. They need to pick up the ability to apply their conceptual learnings, build confidence …

Going innovatively Phygital: The experience of WUD’s School of Architecture 2nd year students tells you why it was the best choice to complete project work in pandemic

As Covid19 pandemic lengthened its dark shadows and disrupted campus lives and academic transaction alike, those students and teachers whose learning/teaching depends a lot on lab practicals, hand on training, field visits and collaborative projects were hit hardest in the past one year. However, human spirit and intelligence through ages have invented ways to adapt, survive and evolve. It is …

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