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Why Free Online Classes Are Still the Future of Education

The MOOC was The Next Big Thing—and then it was written off for dead. But for Anant Agarwal, one of the founding fathers of this online reboot of university education, it's only just getting started. Agarwal is an MIT computer science professor ... Wired News, 3 weeks ago

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How A Guy Who Failed Physics Is Reinventing Higher Education

As a freshman at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras in the late 1970s, Anant Agarwal was one of the only students to fail the physics midterm. The setback, he recalls, made him see that his small high school in Mangalore hadn't prepared him ...
 Popular Science1 month ago
Business Standard India

'We are sure of delivering leading growth'

Interview with President & Chief Executive of HCL Technologies Surabhi Agarwal October 18, 2014 Last Updated at 00:49 IST Anant Gupta Related News We are sure of delivering leading growth: Anant Gupta Used to HCL Technologies regularly reporting ...
 Business Standard India3 days ago We are sure of delivering leading growth: Anant Gupta  Business Standard India4 days ago HCL assures growth despite a dull performance in Sep quarter  Rediff.com4 days ago
Business Standard India

After TCS, HCL Tech earnings also disappoint; stock slumps

Shares slump over 8% as dollar revenue comes in below expectations Surabhi Agarwal | New Delhi October 17, 2014 Last Updated at 11:06 IST Badgered by significant fluctuation of global currencies against the US dollar, HCL Technologies reported a ...
 Business Standard India5 days ago
Rice University

De Lange Conference explores universities and the future of teaching

Tweet [embedded content] The university classrooms of the 20th century may engender memories of low-tech, fluorescent-light-lit rooms and dusty chalkboards. In 2014, much about traditional university teaching has changed and will continue to ...
 Rice University1 day ago

Results of Maharashtra Assembly polls 2014

Constituency Winner-party Name of losing candidate Party margin Achalpur OMPRAKASH BABARAO KADU-Ind ASHOK SHRIDHARPANT BANSOD-BJP 10170 Aheri AMBRISHRAO RAJE SATYAVANRAO ATRAM-BJP ATRAM DHARMARAOBABA-NCP 19858 Ahmadpur JADHAV PATIL ...
 India Today2 days ago
DNA India

Mad about yellow: India's love affair with gold

RNA Research & Archives We worship it, buy it for investment, wear it as jewellery, weave it into cloth and even eat it. India's love affair with gold crosses the boundaries of religion and also class — and reaches its zenith in the run-up to ...
 DNA India3 days ago
American Public Media

Learning by the Thousands

Can high school students learn in MOOCs ? By Wayne DOrio In less than four years, massive open online courses have been hailed as the next big thing to hit education—and disparaged as an empty promise where very few of the students complete ...
 Scholastic4 days ago MOOCs go to high school  American Public Media1 week ago EdX to offer Professional Courses Next Year for a Fee  EducationNews.org1 week ago Can edX's MOOCs better prepare high school students for college?  Education Dive2 weeks ago
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For-Profit Degree Holders Disadvantaged in Job Market, Study Shows

Degree holders from for-profit online institutions are 22 percent less likely to receive callbacks when applying for business and health-related jobs, according to a study led by David Deming, an associate professor at the Graduate School of ...
 Individual.com1 week ago

DLF shares sink 28% on Sebi's ban; mcap falls by Rs 7,439 cr

Shares of realty giant DLF today fell sharply by over 28 per cent, wiping-out Rs 7,439 crore from its market valuation, after Sebi imposed a three-year ban on the company and its top executives from securities markets. After falling 29.99 per cent to Rs ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago DLF shares tank 25% on Sebi's 3-year ban order  Deccan Herald1 week ago DLF shares sink 28% on SEBI's ban; mcap falls by Rs 7,439 cr  ZeeNews.com1 week ago
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