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Tech-driven education on growth path 21.4.2015 Asian Age: Business
(Representational image) Technology and innovation have become an inseparable part of our lives. And one of the areas where it has played a pivotal role is in education. The industry is slowing moving from the chalk and board model towards adapting emerging technologies either through e-learning, augmented reality, live video streaming or even usage of tablets by students. According to a February report by India Ratings and Research Pvt. Ltd, the Indian education market is estimated to be worth a whopping Rs 5.9 trillion in 2014-15 against Rs 3.33 trillion in 2011-12. However, there is still a huge market still left unexplored. In addition, the Lewis, DE report released on Janauary 4, 2015 forecasted the smart class room market in India to grow at a CAGR of 15.89 per cent over the period of 2014-19. One of the emerging industry, the coaching industry, is making making strides in the smart class room sector and the recently announced Digital India initiative is likely to be beneficial “There are about 10 ...
Tech-driven education on growth path 21.4.2015 Asian Age: Business
(Representational image) Technology and innovation have become an inseparable part of our lives. And one of the areas where it has played a pivotal role is in education. The industry is slowing moving from the chalk and board model towards adapting emerging technologies either through e-learning, augmented reality, live video streaming or even usage of tablets by students. According to a February report by India Ratings and Research Pvt. Ltd, the Indian education market is estimated to be worth a whopping Rs 5.9 trillion in 2014-15 against Rs 3.33 trillion in 2011-12. However, there is still a huge market still left unexplored. In addition, the Lewis, DE report released on Janauary 4, 2015 forecasted the smart class room market in India to grow at a CAGR of 15.89 per cent over the period of 2014-19. One of the emerging industry, the coaching industry, is making making strides in the smart class room sector and the recently announced Digital India initiative is likely to be beneficial “There are about 10 ...
Rotary projects for schools in Kannur 19.4.2015 Hindu: Kerala
The Rotary International will initiate various projects for schools in the Rotary district 3202 in connection with its centenary year programme for turning India into a total literacy nation by 201...
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Small-town entrepreneurial dreams have just got bigger (Business Feature) 14.4.2015 New Kerala: Business India
Read Full story of 'Small-town entrepreneurial dreams have just got bigger (Business Feature)' at newkerala.com.
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Small-town entrepreneurial dreams have just got bigger (Business Feature) 14.4.2015 Sify Finance
There are stories of people hailing from the country's hinterland who made it big in cities and even abroad. With changing times, these dreams have got even bigger with a handful of new-age entrepreneurs proving that inspiration, passion and hard work can translate into great success stories.
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Small-town entrepreneurial dreams have just got bigger (Business Feature) 14.4.2015 All News-IANS Stories
There are stories of people hailing from the country's hinterland who made it big in cities and even abroad. With changing times, these dreams have got even bigger with a handful of new-age entrepreneurs proving that inspiration, passion and hard ...
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State board says start e-learning from Class 5 13.4.2015 Asian Age: Mumbai
The Maharashtra State Secondary and Higher Secondary School Principals Association (MSSHSSPA) has written to the Maharashtra State Bureau of Textbooks to include more of e-learning in the curriculum of class 5, which will be changing from the coming academic year. Pointing out to the need to making the class 5 curriculum more practical and at par with other boards like ICSE, CBSE, IGCSE etc., Prashant Redij, MSSHSSPA spokesperson, said that while the government was attempting to bring state board studies at par with other boards the implementation needed to be timely and planned. “Class 5 is considered as the first year of secondary studies or as per the education department, the last year of primary studies. As the curriculum from there on becomes more specific to secondary education, it is the right time to include e-learning as an integral part of the curriculum,” said Mr Redij. He added that as most schools had access to computers and Internet, the government should maximise the use of information ...
State board says start e-learning from Class 5 13.4.2015 Asian Age: Mumbai
The Maharashtra State Secondary and Higher Secondary School Principals Association (MSSHSSPA) has written to the Maharashtra State Bureau of Textbooks to include more of e-learning in the curriculum of class 5, which will be changing from the coming academic year. Pointing out to the need to making the class 5 curriculum more practical and at par with other boards like ICSE, CBSE, IGCSE etc., Prashant Redij, MSSHSSPA spokesperson, said that while the government was attempting to bring state board studies at par with other boards the implementation needed to be timely and planned. “Class 5 is considered as the first year of secondary studies or as per the education department, the last year of primary studies. As the curriculum from there on becomes more specific to secondary education, it is the right time to include e-learning as an integral part of the curriculum,” said Mr Redij. He added that as most schools had access to computers and Internet, the government should maximise the use of information ...
App to help students clear doubts 8.4.2015 HBL: Features

A Kerala-based entrepreneur is offering students the facility to clarify any doubts using their smartphones. Sujai Pillai, founder of 2tion.com, says students may use the 2tionPlus apps for...

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Education dept holds lottery for RTE seats 5.4.2015 Pune News, Pune City News | Cities News - Times of India
The draw of lots for the 25% seats reserved in schools under the Right to Education (RTE) Act was held on Saturday for admissions in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad. Applicants will receive an SMS about the school allotted to them on their registered mobile number on Tuesday and they must confirm admissions by April ...
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Now, career guidance is just a tap away 5.4.2015 TOI: Goa
Like any Class X student, Russel Fernandes is a perplexed student. Barely days after he completes his board exams the question about further studies will return to haunt him. An avid blogger, Fernandes is confused between science –which his uncle wants — and whether to take up engineering as his mother keeps telling him. His silent desire to become an online journalist is best left buried.
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Hi-tech Schools: Rare Honour for Pudukkad Constituency 5.4.2015 The New Indian Express - Kerala - http://newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/
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Schools in Puthukkad Assembly constituency to go high-tech 1.4.2015 Hindu: News
First phase of e-learning project implemented
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Ericsson signs MoU for CSR initiatives 30.3.2015 HBL: Features
Ericsson on Monday signed an MoU with Smile Foundation and NASSCOM Foundation to implement its corporate social responsibility initiatives in India, the company said in a statement. ...
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Navneet Education (Buy) 27.3.2015 HBL: Markets
CD EquisearchNavneet Education (Buy)CMP: ₹98.20Target: ₹133Ambitious plans have been set for the Indian education industry under the current Five Year Plan to clo...
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RINL launches e-learning portal 26.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
RINL launches e-learning portal
CM gives school education Rs 1,116.24 crore 26.3.2015 TOI: Goa
Chief minister Laxmikant Parsekar announced a higher allocation of 1,116.24 crore (an increase of 230 crore) for school education to facilitate introduction of modern e-learning and teaching aids and create a better ...
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US firm to train Indian drug inspectors 24.3.2015 DNA: Popular News
The US-based UL (Underwriters Laboratories), a global safety consulting and certification company, is likely to collaborate with Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO) and state governments to train and assist the drug regulators and inspectors. UL EduNeering, the compliance education and training services business division of UL, is leading this initiative. The company has already signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Gujarat government to train the Gujarat Food and Drug Control Authority (FDCA) inspectors. Scott Barnard, VP, Life Sciences, EduNeering, said, "We signed the MoU with the Gujarat government during Vibrant Gujarat Summit in January. We are providing them e-learning courses with different regulatory topics such as GXP (which includes good manufacturing and laboratory practices, and clinical research) content to them. We are also be providing a system where they can play those courses and track those completions. We have already trained 45 officers from the Gujarat ...
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Educomp launches e-learning 22.3.2015 HBL: Companies
Educomp Solutions has launched SmartclassOnline, an e-learning platform for students, parents, teachers and the school administration to improve the learning process. “A student gets a log...
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MG varsity budget plans online evaluation, e-learning 22.3.2015 Hindu: Kerala
Rs 562-crore budget has deficit of Rs. 143 crore
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