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IGNOU debuts in digital education, launches MOOC courses

Indira Gandhi National Open University, which has been pioneer in distance education, has now entered the digital education sphere and launched 11 free Massive Open Online Courses. DNA, 2 weeks ago

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Indian online learners have higher benefits than global peers

Indian online learners have greater career and educational benefits as compared to their peers in the US and UK, says a Coursera survey. Among working professionals and job seekers, 89 per cent of Indian learners reported career benefits compared to 84 per ...
 Business Standard36 minutes ago IIT-B collaborates with Next Education for two Massive Open Online  DNA3 weeks ago
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This start-up brings Ivy League education to India

Eruditus offers Ivy League education to working professionals in India. IMAGE: Erudite Learning is founded by Chaitanya Kalipatnapu, an alumnus of INSEAD, and Ashwin Damera who graduated from Harvard.Photograph: Kind courtesy Erudite Learning When 40-year-old Rajshree Naik with over 13-years of experience had a choice to make, either acquire leadership skills or be content with her marketing expertise she opted for the former. One year of education at the INSEAD leadership programme for senior ...
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Your IT job at risk? Here's a survival guide

Software employees can opt for company run programmes, online courses, boot camps to upgrade skills, experts tell Sanjay Kumar Singh. A jobs crisis is looming in India's information technology sector. McKinsey, the international consultancy firm, predicted in a recent report that almost half of the 3.9 million workforce in IT services firms will become irrelevant over the next three, four years. Rapidly changing technology will render the current skills of many workers obsolete, while ...
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OPS launches e-learning site, awaits next crack at voting out TN govt

'The trust vote would have been closer had the DMK not been expelled,' O Panneerselvam tells A Ganesh Nadar at the launch of an e-learning portal in Jayalalithaa's name. Former Tamil Nadu chief minister O Paneerselvam’s house in Chennai is normally crowded with members of the public, party cadres, former ministers, former and current legislators and also hangers-on. And it is not because every afternoon everyone present is served a hearty lunch, or that tea and snacks are served at ...
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Closing the knowledge gap through online open courses: Sir Timothy O'Shea

Professor Sir Timothy O'Shea, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh speaks to Nishtha Balagopal about courses offered at the University of Edinburgh, demand for Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs), and the need to collaborate on ...
 DNA2 months ago
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National Testing Agency may conduct entrance exams: Javadekar

A specialised agency may conduct entrance exam for admission to IITs, other engineering colleges and UGC-NET and a platform will be launched next month to offer up to 2,000 courses online, Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said. He said the National ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Bud proposes restructuring UGC, boost to e-learning, separate  DNA2 months ago

HRD to bring 'graded regulatory mechanism' in UGC: Javadekar

The HRD ministry will bring in a "graded regulatory mechanism" as part of key reforms in the University Grants Commission (UGC) to usher in greater transparency, freedom and autonomy, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said today. The HRD minister also ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Greater autonomy to 'good quality' educational institutions

The government on Wednesday pledged to grant "greater" administrative and academic autonomy to "good quality" higher educational institutions. "We will undertake reforms in the University Grants Commission (UGC). Good quality institutions would be enabled to ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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