CATEGORIES

NEP – THE CHANGE THAT INDIAN EDUCATION NEEDED

The national education policy 2020 is a revolutionary road map for transforming education in the country. It is a very well thought of and very calibrated plan which envesegious the overall total spending and increase of 10 percent till the year 2030 and increase from 10 percent to 20 percent now.

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Higher Education Review
April 2021

THE NEED OF REDESIGNING CONVENTIONAL MODE OF EDUCATION

There are some institutes that are taking serious steps in re-engineering their curriculum as well as teaching methodology, but the ratio of such colleges is not very impressive as they can be counted on fingertips. Very few institutes are working towards the new skills development which is essential for motivating the students to explore and fulfill the demands of the recent changes in the globalized environment of business and technology. Hence, there is an immediate need to introduce desired changes in the education system of our country, especially in engineering colleges and ITIs.

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Higher Education Review
April 2021

NSB ACADEMY

A MODERN-DAY CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE, NURTURING THE NEXT GENERATION OF INDUSTRY LEADERS

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Higher Education Review
April 2021

STRATEGIES TO HELP STUDENTS MOTIVATE THEMSELVES IN TIMES OF ONLINE LEARNING

Over the decades, by and large, learning was confined to the four walls of a physical classroom. The advent of technology in education enabled students and provided them with varied learning engagements. Also, the outbreak of the Covid-19 propelled school leaders and institutions to adopt virtual learning mode as a feasible alternative to continue the teaching-learning process. Within a short span of just eight months, schools and students find themselves in a virtual learning era. At one time, what looked impossible in our country has become a reality with millions of parents, teachers, and students adopting this mode of learning. The evolution and availability of tech tools were some of the major factors that helped in making a quick and easy transition to the virtual interactive learning platform. Even as we continue to adapt to the new normal, parents and teachers as equal stakeholders need to constantly help students remain motivated and engaged on the virtual platform.

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Higher Education Review
April 2021

Indus Valley Public School: AN ELITE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION RENOWNED FOR PROMISING HOLISTIC LEARNING EXPERIENCE

The seed of startingIndus Valley Public School was sown when the owner of this school, Vishal Singh realized the need for an innovative educational institution that can offer the best value for money education to the students. His visits to his village, followed by the stories of their hardships left a deep impact on him, and the zeal to change their condition through the tool of education developed inside him quite early. Today, around 5000 students are receiving education at Indus Valley Public School and hundreds of people have already been expediently employed thus strengthening the educational fabric of our country/society. Operating with a mission to strive towards excellence by providing a stimulating and safe environment, encouraging creativity and individual thinking, developing positive self-esteem, and energizing multiple intelligences, Indus Valley Public School has been able to offer a holistic learning experience for its students.

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Higher Education Review
April 2021

HOW TO ADAPT A REVOLUTIONARY APPROACH FOR THE INDIAN EDUCATION SECTOR?

The National Education Plan 2020 of the Government of India was finally published almost exactly six months ago, after exhaustive discussion and consultations of a Draft Plan throughout the country, at all professional levels of education over the preceding twelve months.

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Higher Education Review
April 2021

DESIGN-CENTRIC EDUCATION – IMPERATIVE FOR THE POST COVID WORLD AND ATMANIRBHAR BHARAT

Education Disrupted The disruption unleashed by COVID-19 has shaken the education system at all levels - primary, secondary, and higher education. However, institutions seem to hold on to their discipline/faculty-centric and teaching-oriented model. Most are busy transferring this model into online platforms with controls such as attendance and proctored online exams. On the other hand, students are figuring out ways to make sense of the burgeoning academic knowledge and expectations, while grappling with issues of internet connectivity, availability of computers, ergonomics of increased screen time, and learning to beat the system. The fundamental qualities of learning the real world continue to be accidental biproducts, if at all.

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Higher Education Review
April 2021

E-LEARNING PLATFORMS ARE BRINGING CONCEPT-DRIVEN LEARNING TO THE CENTER STAGE

I Learning in today’s world has evolved greatly. Digital technology has revolutionized the approach to learning for students and teachers alike. Several EdTech platforms are springing up to make learning digitally accessible. However, certain platforms are going the extra mile to provide students with an after-school learning model that is affordable and engaging. This is because students need a model of learning that doesn’t just encourage memorization but focuses on the grasping of concepts in an engaging manner.

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Higher Education Review
April 2021

CREATING FUTURE ENTREPRENEURS: BENEFITS OF GIVING ENTREPRENEURIAL TRAINING TO STUDENTS FROM A NASCENT STAGE

In a world that has been constantly evolving and developing with technology and innovations, the K-12 schools have remained a stagnant entity. Education is primarily the driving force of every nation’s economy – directly or indirectly. No doubt, many schools have modernized themselves, and have taken to learning by doing as their students work in groups to brainstorm and solve problems, dabble in online learning, and integrate science with arts. Still, it is often observed that students who graduate lack the necessary skills and out-of-the-box thinking needed to tackle and get through the modern-day workplace challenges. Teaching entrepreneurship does not only develop the capacity to start companies but even to think innovatively and ambitiously. Hence, including it in the school curriculum will prove beneficial.

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Higher Education Review
April 2021

How Management Curriculum Is Becoming More Industry Orientated

It is lamented in the Indian as well as in the Western higher education sectors that Business School education is lacking in industry relevance. It has been blamed that B-Schools are using an outdated curriculum, having less focus on skill-building, unable to establish ‘industry connect’ and failing to impact graduate attributes that are valued by today’s employers such as problem-solving and decision-making skills, leadership, work effectively as a team member, intrapreneurship, and the ability to grasp and manage complexity and dynamics in organizations and in the profession. Both employers and management educators are of the view that there is a gap between B-School academia and industry, that they couldn’t do much to bridge this gap.

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Higher Education Review
April 2021

WHY NOW IS THE TIME WHEN WE NEED MENTORS MORE THAN TRAINERS

India opened its borders for foreign market in the 1990s and this liberalisation brought jobs, opportunities and money.

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Higher Education Review
July 2020

THE NEED OF REDESIGNING CONVENTIONAL MODE OF EDUCATION

Very few institutes are working towards the new skills development which is essential for motivating the students to explore and fulfill the demands of the recent changes in the globalized environment of business and technology.

2 mins read
Higher Education Review
July 2020

THE COMPLEMENTING SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS

I was facilitating a development workshop for a team of business analysts who were consulting with a global telecom giant.

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Higher Education Review
July 2020

AVERAGE IS DEAD, RE-SKILL TO BE RELEVANT

Advances in artificial intelligence, automation and digitization are disrupting how businesses carry out work today.

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Higher Education Review
July 2020

Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies: RESTORING EMPLOYABILITY OPTIONS BY IMPARTING TOP-NOTCH BUSINESS ANALYTICS COURSES

Out of many successful individuals in the fields of engineering, technology, pharmacy, architecture, commerce, economics, law, science, liberal arts, design, performing arts, mathematical science, a few reach the top and achieve supremacy.

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Higher Education Review
July 2020

NURTURING THE LOVE FOR RESEARCH AT NIE, SINGAPORE

NURTURING THE LOVE FOR RESEARCH AT NIE, SINGAPORE

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Higher Education Review
July 2020

DataMites™: BRACING THE LEARNERS FOR AN EXCITING AND PROMISING CAREER IN DATA SCIENCE

DataMites™ runs the courses as per the prescribed IABAC syllabus™, which is a blend of thorough practical and theoretical insights

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Higher Education Review
July 2020

Aegis School of Data Science: EDUCATING THE NEW-GENERATION OF DATA-SAVVY PROFESSIONALS

Envisioning the need for ‘Renaissance Leaders' having cross functional competency, in 2002 with the support of Bharti Airtel, Aegis was founded in Indore.

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Higher Education Review
July 2020

Why Grades Should Be A Thing Of The Past

Evaluation currently plays a key role in the ‘perception’ of the quality of education received by students. So far we have measured the quality of education by the ‘grades’ received by students.

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Higher Education Review
July 2020

Role Of Business Analytics In Higher Education Curriculum

Soon after the proclamation of Data Science & Analytics becoming one of the most sought professions of the 21st century in 2012, analytics became a lucrative field luring several professionals in this domain.

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Higher Education Review
July 2020

VR And Smart Classes

CAN BE THE SMART CHOICES FOR LEARNING

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Higher Education Review
October 2019

NURTURING STUDENT CREATIVITY!

In a knowledge economy where rote tasks can be completed by machines and almost all information is available with one click, students need to be ready to learn independently, adapt constantly, innovate regularly and solve creatively in every sphere of life. Creativity stems from imagination and keeping the fire of imagination alive is imperative.

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Higher Education Review
November 2019

The Necessity To Imbibe Creativity In Education

The unique idea of using technology in a creative story inspired me to take up a career in the field of animation.

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Higher Education Review
October 2019

Modo Edulabs: TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION FOR K-12 THROUGH CREATIVE DIGITAL LESSONS

In recent times, flexibility and accessibility have augmented digital learning.

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Higher Education Review
November 2019

Smart Media College

CREATING SMART EXPERIENCES FOR STUDENTS TO ACHIEVE EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER AMBITIONS

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Higher Education Review
October 2019

LLA Online

Nurturing the Dreams of Aspiring Photographers

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Higher Education Review
November 2019

For A Creatively Fulfilling Career As An Animator

Today when I look back, I believe it was sheer destiny.

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Higher Education Review
October 2019

Digital Learning Platforms Towards A Better India!

Education is changing! Though it is important to know how it is changing, it is more important to understand why it is changing. And from an Indian context – why it needs to change?

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Higher Education Review
November 2019

Is Our Higher Education Preparing The Youth For Tomorrow?

In less than two years, India with more than 60 percent of its population in the working age group is set to become the youngest country in the world.

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Higher Education Review
November 2019

Experiential Learning Beyond The Text Books And Classroom

“Why do we have to study all this?” Those who engage with school students would have been confronted with this question several times.

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Higher Education Review
October 2019

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