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A common survival strategy for the Sunderbans

The prime minister of Bangladesh is likely to visit India in October. This will be her first visit here after assuming office for the third consecutive term

Author : | Source : The Telegraph Online | Date : 26th February, 2021.
Music Masterclass By True School Of Music On ‘The Art Of Mastering In 2021’ By Jonathan Wyner On 25th February

True School of Music, a Music institute that offers professional as well hobby music courses is hosting ‘The Art of Mastering in 2021’ by Jonathan Wyner on 25th February at 7.30PM on Zoom

Author : | Source : India Education Diary | Date : 23th February, 2021.
Turbocharging market correction: Introducing a settlement and commitment regime in India

A settlement mechanism (with admission of guilt) will enable the CCI to terminate a contravention much earlier than it would otherwise take place after due investigations.

Author : | Source : Bar and Bench | Date : 20th January, 2021.
MBAs not employable’: Academicians demand curriculum overhaul

The MBAs were once useful for the network they provided a student, but that is now available on the internet. Outdated curricula and limited emphasis on pedagogical training, especially in the tier-II management colleges is making many question the relevance of an MBA

Author : | Source : | Date : 23rd February, 2021.
8 important questions to ask before taking up multidisciplinary courses

Multidisciplinary courses are becoming more popular especially with the new NEP announced last year. But do you know how exactly you can choose the right course combination that can help build your career? Here are 8 important questions you need to ask.

Author : | Source : India Today | Date : 13th February, 2021.
INSOFE Breaking New Grounds

International School of Engineering (INSOFE) is the world’s leading research-driven educational institution in Applied Engineering with 12 full-time and 4 adjunct world-renowned faculty members holding PhDs from elite international universities and having worked as CXO’s in large analytics firms. INSOFE has campuses located in Hyderabad, Bangalore and offers its flagship program PGP in Big Data Analytics in collaboration with Kirloskar, Pune. The institute plans to launch a new program in Machine Learning (ML) Applications in Capital Markets, and a corporate program in Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data soon.

Author : | Source : Analytics Insight | Date : 12th February, 2021.
High notes

Five essential points to consider for one who wants to succeed as a musician There’s a place for every type of personality in the music industry, as its scope is incredibly large. However, this article will focus on the performers, producers, sound engineers, DJs and the like, who create the “product” of music and engage directly with audiences and clients

Author : | Source : The Hindu | Date : 02th January, 2021.
Budget 2021: Reshaping the Education Sector

The moves from Budget 2021-2022 are likely to be incremental in sectors across rather than a big education push. The National Education Policy needed an execution plan, while 15,000 schools to be qualitatively strengthened is a great start. This will also pave way for future school; a brief plan to further attract foreign or domestic investments in Edtech

Author : | Source : Good Returns | Date : 2nd February, 2021.
Study now, pay later’ is Mumbai-based startup Eduvanz’s USP for education loans

Fintech startup Eduvanz, founded by IIT graduate Varun Chopra and IIM alumnus Raheel Shah, offers easy, fast, and affordable financing options for students, learners, and parents.

Author : | Source : YourStory | Date : 2nd February, 2021.
E-education can reduce inequalities in educational outcomes: Economic Survey

While several schools have started online classes, there have been connectivity concerns, and concerns over the amount of additional screen time children will end up being exposed to.

Author : | Source : Hindustan Times | Date : 29th January, 2021.
How students can save, transfer credits, design their own degree & more — UGC shows the way

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has released draft regulations for establishing an Academic Bank of Credit (ABC) in line with the new National Education Policy (NEP).professional courses such as engineering, medical/dental, law, etc will require the approval of the “appropriate statutory/regulatory professional council”. This means, for example, an engineering institute will only be able to enroll for ABC if the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) approves. All higher education programs under the purview of the UGC can enroll for ABC, but

Author : | Source : The Print | Date : 28th January, 2021.