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Through ‘Mind Power Technology’ success guaranteed: Emerging Brilliance Workshops

Born and brought up in India, Amandeep Thind, who for the past eight years lives in United Kingdom is founder and lead trainer of UK-based Emerging Brilliance (esb 2009), a…

Union Budget 2015-16: ‘Enterprising’ on Education

The union budget proposals for the financial year beginning this April, which was presented in the Parliament on February 28 by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, contains some definite good news…

Best institutions are known for their standards in teaching and research, the work culture and broader environment for enabling learning’

The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)  a deemed university, established in 1936 as the Sir Dorabji Tata Graduate School of Social Work is today India’s premier institution in social…

Liberal arts are a dire necessity!

Sugandha Shukla, a Class 12 student of The Scindia School, Gwalior, seeks to educate an overwhelming majority (including parents) of people, who  pooh pooh liberal arts without knowing the vast…

ICT-laden paradigm in Teaching/learning : ICT-laden paradigm in Teaching/learning :

By Rupesh Kumar Shah, CEO, InOpen Technologies EVEN TODAY THE BASICS OF language and arithmetic remain the ever sturdy foundation upon which all real life pursuits draw their application, however,  these…

A Peep into China’s Vocational Education System: Lessons for India

Last year, the Institute of Applied Manpower Research (IAMR)  of the erstwhile Planning Commission published a research paper, ‘China’s skill development & training; Lessons for India.” We are reproducing its …