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Here's your chance to 'shadow' this Kolkata start-up and learn all that there is to learn about entrepreneurship
Reading Right is turning the gears when it comes to their latest venture, their app. And you can be a part of this change by applying for their latest programme, Shadow A Startup. Are you ready?
Great Learning collaborates with IIIT Hyderabad to launch software engineering programme in Data Science
The programme will be delivered in a blended learning format of live online classes and classroom residencies at IIIT Hyderabad, enabling learners to upskill without quitting their jobs
A large section of the students has decided to wait and apply the next year as they do not want to spend the same amount of money on an online or virtual course
FamJam 2.0 will be conducted online. Teenagers can get the details on each competition, rules of participation, and information on prize money through FamPay's website and Insta page
Considering the off-campus hiring, on an overall basis fresher hiring in the first half (April-September) is about 75 per cent of the last year
With all stakeholders turning to EdTech platforms to tide over these testing times, how much growth have these platforms seen and how will the relationship change after colleges reopen?
NotJustLex went live with its first certificate course in April 2020. We find out more about what the e-learning platform offers
Pete Jaison speaks about the website he set up in an attempt to revive the age-old Indian tradition of toy-making and how he is working with artisans to preserve the culture
How homegrown EdTech platform e-Taragathi is all about helping people ace exams in English and Telugu
"I have been through the pain, financial and emotional, of preparing for competitive exams. I want to help ease the pain for others," says B Jacinth Jones. That's why he started E-Taragathi. Read on!
Rise in time spent online has been observed not just among school students. As per a recent Linkedin survey, almost 63 per cent of professionals have increased their time spent on online learning
The data from Indeed says that job seeker interest in ‘remote teaching jobs’ jumped by 212 per cent or three times, and postings for these roles increased by 93 per cent between March and August 2020
So many EdTech platforms, so why should one opt for SOAL? Well, for starters, their students have been placed in companies like Dunzo, ClearTax, ShopClues, FactSet and other such companies. So cool!
The year 2019 has seen a 37 per cent increase in the number of Indian students pursuing their higher education in New Zealand
Notebook School doesn’t let anything overpower what the teacher is saying in their videos. But they do supplement it with to-the-point hand-drawn illustrations. Here's why they are different
This app enables educators to stream their classes online using native live learning tools. Here's how
The platform is not a Google Meet or Zoom competitor. However, instead, it integrates with them, giving teachers easy access to all their favourite apps in one place
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