Education

We Need to Humanize Education More Than We Need to Personalize Learning

Over the last ten years, my privilege has allowed me to participate in a number of educational arenas. I’ve co-founded both a charter school and an education technology company, and I provide consulting and coaching support to schools and leaders related to personalized learning. In any given week, I’m actively engaged in trying to deepen my own knowledge, support the ... Read More »

Paypal enters India’s $215 B education market via online platforms

One of the world’s largest online payment companies, Paypal, is now integrating its services with Indian online education platforms. The US-based company has been active in India since 2008 in the cross-border payments business. In 2017, PayPal launched its domestic operations in India. In April last year, Paypal went live for consumers of (domestic) online retail in India. Today Paypal works ... Read More »

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos: President Right to Call for Expanded Education Freedom

In tonight’s State of the Union Address, President Donald J. Trump reaffirmed his commitment to expanding education freedom and empowering every student with opportunities to learn where and how works best. U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos released the following statement on the President’s remarks: “Too many American students are far too limited by the current education ‘system’ that assigns ... Read More »

Education: How to prepare young people for the future

According to the World Talent Report published by Switzerland-based IMD in November last year, Hong Kong lost the first place in Asia, getting beaten by Singapore. With the report stirring much public discussion, I wish to make two observations: Firstly, an ability to solve problems is the key. Hong Kong ranked 56th globally in the list of “total public expenditure ... Read More »

IFFCO Enables Our Youth to Prosper With Its Intuitive Job Portal

IFFCOYuva is a one-of-its-kind job portal in India, where you can look for the best jobs available online. The job portal aims to empower the youth in order to enable them to access useful job vacancies, especially for fresher’s. This is being done, so that their careers can prosper after they are able to find the right job by accessing ... Read More »

Common Myths About CAT Result

CAT, which is a national level entrance exam for admission in MBA programmes, is one of the most popular exams among the students. Every year lakhs of students appear for the exam and with that, there comes different myths about the exam, its pattern, result, etc. Students have different myths about the exam like CAT is only for engineering graduates; ... Read More »

AMITY JEE Paper Analysis; Know the important topics

The Amity JEE is one of the most crucial entrance examinations, conducted by Amity University that deems the eligibility for candidates who seek admission in the engineering courses conducted by the university. For all the candidates who wish to avail admission to B.Tech courses of Amity University are mandatorily required to qualify Amity JEE paper. The examination is a computer-based ... Read More »

How to Crack an IIM Interview ?

Getting into an IIM is one of the biggest dreams of every CAT aspirants. IIMs are known for delivering the best quality of education and a whole lot of exposure to its students. For an MBA student the alphabets A, B, C are not only the initial alphabets of English but they mean the world to them. IIM Ahmedabad, IIM ... Read More »

After 57 years of technology focus, IIT-Delhi set for a makeover

IIT Delhi campus. Photo: HT New Delhi: After nearly six decades of technology focus, the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi (IIT-D) is set for a makeover – it will become a comprehensive multidisciplinary university. Medical science, bio medical studies, public policy, design thinking, sustainability studies, executive education and non-degree program will soon find a place at IIT Delhi as it ... Read More »

Rahul Gandhi seeks enquiry into alleged NEET data leak, CBSE denies any breach

A file photo of Congress president Rahul Gandhi. New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi has written to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) demanding an enquiry into alleged data leak of medical college aspirants and installation of a mechanism to prevent the same. The CBSE denied any breach of data. “Congress President @RahulGandhi writes to the Chairperson CBSE to order an enquiry ... Read More »