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US' top medical body collaborates with Apollo Hospitals 21.8.2015 ET: Healthcare
The American College of Cardiology (ACC), a top medical body in the US, has collaborated with Apollo Hospitals to expand medical education in India.
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Are teachers trained to handle smart classrooms? 20.8.2015 TOI: Cities
Five years ago when a smart classroom system was introduced at her school, Lalitha Ramachandran had a tough time preparing for her daily sessions. Lalitha had been following the chalk and talk method to teach chemistry to high and higher secondary students for several years, and it took a few months for her to shift to the new teaching ...
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A teacher’s crusade for career guidance 20.8.2015 Hindu: Karnataka
Ashfaque Umar has written four books on the need for higher education
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Manipal ProLearn offers Certification Programs in Business Analytics 16.8.2015 New Kerala: Business India
Bengaluru, Aug 16 : Manipal ProLearn (www.manipalprolearn.com) has offered a specialized professional certification program in Business Analytics, designed for professionals and students wishing to upgrade their skills.
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Cyient Foundation launches digital library in Nellore school 16.8.2015 HBL: Features
The Cyient Foundation launched a digital library initiative today at the Akshara Vidyalaya School in Nellore with the aim of helping underprivileged students gain access to educational resources.
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Tenders called for developing Gulbarga University’s postgraduate centre 14.8.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Tenders called for developing Gulbarga University’s postgraduate centre
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Tenders called for developing Gulbarga University’s postgraduate centre 14.8.2015 Hindu: Home
An appeal by S.R. Niranjana, Vice-Chancellor (VC) of Gulbarga University, to the Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Raichur, S. Sasikanth Senthil, seeking financial assistance for developing Information T...
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Call to budding engineers to focus on emerging areas of technologies 7.8.2015 Star of Mysore
Call to budding engineers to focus on emerging areas of technologies
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VTU collects Rs 12 cr for e-learning, but spends it elsewhere 6.8.2015 deccanherald.com
The Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) collects Rs 12 crore from students towards e-learning every year, but the annual reports of the university show that only Rs 26 lakh and Rs 11 lakh were spent on e-learning in 2012-13 and 2013-14, respectively. Where is the rest of the money going? Documents with Deccan Herald show that only a bit of the money is spent on e-learning, while a good part seems to be spent on various other programmes. The goals for which the money is generated are not being met as per their annual reports. The money is reportedly being spent on a platform that provides soft skills to both IT and non-IT students of VTU, procurement of Micro Electro Mechanical Systems software, Apple Bio-informatics lab, wireless lab, campus automation software and online examination and evaluation for PG programmes of the university. "As per a resolution of the executive council of VTU, the university is collecting Rs 500 per year per student to offer courses through e-learning. But what the ...
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98 BMC school students felicitated 5.8.2015 DNA: Top News
At least 98 students from five different BMC schools were felicitated on Wednesday during the Bhavishya-yaan programme initiated by the Rotary Club of Bombay at GK Marg school in Worli. Out of the 98 students 39 scored above 75% with the help of Bhavishya yaan skills enhancement programme. Bhavishya-yaan is a unique programme that helps students enhance their skills on speaking English, life skills, e-learning, computer etc. The program is for the children from class 6 to 10. Rajesh Shah, chairman of Bhavishya yaan, and a Rotarian, said: "This programme is run for BMC school children. This is held after a school programme so that it does not disturb the curriculum of the children. There is a screening process before students get enrolled for this programme. There is a selection criteria and written test. Last year, 650 to 700 benefited from this programme." Sayali Malvi, past student of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar High School, said: "I took training of Bhavishya yaan when I was in class VIII. I was good in ...
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Educomp gets set to educate school kids cyber crime 3.8.2015 All Companies Stories
Education service provider Educomp Solutions is sharpening its focus on "digital wellness" for school children by making cyber law education interventions an important part of pedagogy.Understanding the growing interest among children for web-based ...
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Executive shot at after helping motorists 2.8.2015 Gurgaon - City - The Times of India
The director of a Delhi-based e-learning company was coming back to his home in Sector 55 late on the night of July 27, when he spotted a car with a flat tyre crawling in front of him.
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550 young minds participate in Cotton’s MUN 31.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
550 young minds participate in Cotton’s MUN
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TASK provides platform for industry-academia interaction 30.7.2015 Hindu: News
A meet initiated by the Telangana Academy for Skill & Knowledge (TASK) here on Wednesday provided a perfect platform for representatives of industry and academia to share knowledge and experiences...
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Medical students may get tablets to boost e-learning 28.7.2015 ET: Education
The Rajiv Gandh University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) has asked its affiliate colleges to get students' opinion on using tablets for learning.
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One step ahead 27.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
One step ahead
One step ahead 26.7.2015 Hindu: Cities
At a time when the educational institutions are fast exploring e-learning technology, Mahesh PU College in Hubballi-Dharwad has launched the unique ‘Robomate – flip classroom’, an innovative pheno...
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Uddhav slams PM, this time on Bihar - Times of India 26.7.2015
Uddhav slams PM, this time on Bihar Times of India MUMBAI: Uddhav Thackeray has struck yet another blow to the already fragile BJP-Shiv Sena alliance by slamming Prime Minister Narendra Modi for offering a Rs. 50,000 package to Bihar in view of the assembly polls. Thackeray targetted Union minister ...
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Re-skilling through e-learning mantra for start-ups: Experts 23.7.2015 Sify Finance
Indian start-ups are ensuring their workforces stay competitive through online re-skilling courses, industry experts say.
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Re-skilling through e-learning mantra for start-ups: Experts 23.7.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Indian start-ups are ensuring their workforces stay competitive through online re-skilling courses, industry experts say.
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