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IIT Hyderabad collaborates with a multinational tech company to set up India's first AI centre to accelerate research

Housed at IIT Hyderabad, the NVAITC will focus on fundamental AI algorithms, as well as building solutions in the fields of Agriculture, Smart Cities, and Language Understanding

Published on 9th July 2020
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In the news but out of NIRF: Why India's young private institutions were ignored in MHRD's rankings

The NIRF rankings came out last month and had very few young private institutions on the top 100 list of institutions

Published on 6th July 2020
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Our researchers need to innovate and lead, not finds gaps in others' theories and follow: Dr Uday B Desai

The former Director of IIT Hyderabad also added that there will always be people misusing it but that should not deter the granting of academic freedom to India's researchers

Published on 29th June 2020
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IIM Ahmedabad launches Endowment Fund on Tuesday, to make the institute 'self-sufficient' 

IIMA is the first management school in India to come up with this first-of-its-kind fund setting a benchmark and inspiring other institutes, the institute said in a statement

Published on 23rd June 2020
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upGrad becomes India's first EdTech platform to launch online BBA, BCA, MBA and LLM courses

upGrad forays into the undergraduate market with Jamia Hamdard University and also expanded its portfolio to offer Finance and Law with OP Jindal Global University

Published on 16th June 2020
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How Kopykitab's #GharBaithePadho campaign is letting students learn from the comfort of their homes amid COVID-19

Kopykitab is helping students prepare for their higher studies from the comfort of their homes with all the content they've curated on their platform. We find out more

Published on 15th June 2020
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Join the club: Wizklub helps kids develop integral cognitive skills early on, so their futures are brighter

This Bengaluru-based start-up was initiated by serial entrepreneur Amit Bansal for kids who are between the ages of five to 15. Kids have fun while doing their activities and learning is a byproduct 

Published on 5th June 2020
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Setting the Synchronous Stage: What will be the ‘New Normal’ in learning?

The following article has been prepared based on a collection of white papers written on the best practices in the usage of videoconferencing applications for teaching

Published on 3rd June 2020
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Beyond corona: Will e-teaching become a part of the Indian educational system?

There is already a brewing revolt against online e-teaching with several teachers in Karnataka revolting against bullying by parents who get involved in their children’s e-classes

Published on 26th May 2020
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So long Zoom, Hello Octa: Why schools are falling in love with this video conferencing platform

The Hyderabad-based start-up developed Octa and managed to get constant feedback from teachers and students about how to make it more user-friendly before they rolled it out to a larger audience

Published on 22nd May 2020
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The Corona Legacy: Are Indian students opting out of courses abroad in a post-COVID world?

While some say Indian students are willing to continue here and that the education sector might get the much-needed boost, others think the students might change their plans to fit the current situati

Published on 20th April 2020
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Now, a hackathon to get teachers to brainstorm to find digital solutions to teaching problems 

EdSense has already conducted this hackathon in Telangana and intends to conduct it in other states like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and many others. The plans are being made for the execution 

Published on 10th April 2020
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This organisation is building leaders from the ground through music, games and football

Enabling Leadership encourages children from rural areas to use sports and art to learn about leadership skills and management

Published on 20th March 2020
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There are no bad students, only bad teachers: Why UPES VC Sunil Rai thinks India needs to educate its educators

The NEP is now thinking of how to enhance the education delivery system rather than create technicians and engineers, says UPES Vice-Chancellor Dr Sunil Rai

Published on 17th March 2020
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Confused about how to pick a good online course? Give Lore a shot

The portal lore.online helps you decide between one million learning options that are currently floating around on the World Wide Web. So, are you ready to find your next quality course already?

Published on 6th March 2020

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