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COVID-19: IIM Calcutta teachers concerned over institute allowing students to stay on campus
A section of the faculty members of IIM Calcutta has expressed concern over the institute allowing 62 students of its MBA executive programme to stay on the campus amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Highest salary for class of 2020 full-time PGPX at IIM Ahmedabad jumped to Rs 81 lakh per annum
The final placement process for the Class of ...
Bennett University to hold webinar on National Education Policy today
The webinar scheduled to be held between 4 pm and 6 pm through video ch...
Prof. RT Krishnan takes charge as director of Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
“As a well-regarded faculty member of IIMB and a proven administrator during his term as director of IIM Indore, Prof. RT Krishnan combines academic and administrative excellence. Under his leadership, IIM Bangalore is sure to set impressive standards in innovation and technology,” said Dr. Devi Shetty, chairperson, board of governors, IIM Bangalore.
Work towards blending traditional knowledge with modern research: PM Modi to IIT Guwahati
Addressing the 22nd convocation of IIT Guwahati virtually, Modi said, “As the region witnesses flood and earthquake and industrial disaster, IIT Guwahati must set up Centre for disaster management and risk reduction.”
View: Here's why India needs to be future-ready in online education
While online learning before the pandemic expanded education to an interested audience, the Covid version — eCon — has come as a saviour to teachers and the education industry as a convenient substitute.
Top IIMs see drop in percentage of women students joining this year
IIM Kozhikode stands out among those who have scored better on diversity this year. It had achieved a high diversity ratio of 50% in 2013. But in years that followed the ratio dropped to around 30%. This year, it is back at over 53%.
After JEE Main, National Testing Agency gears up for medical entrance NEET
According to NTA officials, 15.97 lakh candidates from across the country have registered for NEET, which is a pen-paper based test unlike JEE.
Microsoft to train 900 teachers to help develop quantum computing workforce in India
The quantum training program, through the E&ICT Academies, supports an initiative by the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY) to enhance the skills of the academicians in imparting next level technological skills for future generations.
Four Indian cities drop in Global Smart City Index; Singapore on top
From smart traffic cameras and car sharing apps to pollution monitoring and free wifi for all, cities around the world are racing to embrace technology, but researchers said the real test was whether citizens felt the benefits.
In line with education policy, IIT Guwahati starts a "Center for Indian Knowledge, Sanskrit and Yoga"
IIT Guwahati stated that the new education policy 2020 announced on 29th July 2020 is a very important step towards reforming the overall education sector of the country
Ayush Ministry to take up clinical study on potential of Vasa, Guduchi for management of COVID-19
This will be a randomized, open label three armed study, and will be conducted at the All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA), New Delhi, in collaboration with the IGIB unit of CSIR, the ministry said.
Most IITs to conduct online classes for undergrad courses till December; campus open to research
IITs in Kharagpur, Madras, Kanpur, Ropar and Roorkee have decided to conduct classes remotely till the end of the year for their undergraduate courses in the semester that starts next month.
Long-due reforms, devil lies in details: NEP evokes mixed reactions from academicians
Jamia Millia Islamia vice-chancellor called the NEP "groundbreaking" and said higher education in India will now be holistic and multi-disciplinary with a shared focus on science, arts and humanities. "A single regulator for all higher educational institutions is a great idea as it will bring coherence of approach and purpose. It will realise the vision of education in India," she added.
IIM Kozhikode concludes admission with a diverse PGP batch
While students with professional degrees and certifications, such as, CA, CS and CFA constitute as much as 10% of the incoming students. Over 65% of the students have some degree of work experience in various industry categories, such as, automobile, banking, durable goods, engineering, FMCG, Information Technology, pharmaceutical etc.