How true is this quote becoming in the context of today, when technology’s unrelenting, unstoppable march has taken over, transformed and disrupted over lives like never before. [More] Tags: | Categories: Education
INTERIM BUDGET 2019 – A COMPARISON
The Finance Minister presented the Interim budget of 2019. [More] Tags: | Categories: Education
INTERIM BUDGET 2019 – A COMPARISON
The Finance Minister presented the Interim budget of 2019. [More] Tags: | Categories: Education
INTERIM BUDGET 2019 – A COMPARISON
The Finance Minister presented the Interim budget of 2019. [More] Tags: | Categories: Education
INTERIM BUDGET 2019 – A COMPARISON
The Finance Minister presented the Interim budget of 2019. [More] Tags: | Categories: Education
The MHRD and UGC are trying to give autonomy at the college level. In its revised guidelines the UGC circular lays down criteria for granting autonomy. These conditions are fairly liberal. Apart from this, the policy makers at the top are leaving no stone unturned to lure leading colleges to apply for autonomy. [More] Tags: | Categories: Education
INTERIM BUDGET 2019 – A COMPARISON
The Finance Minister presented the Interim budget of 2019. The motive of this budget was to attract the Lower income group before the high voltage finale i.e. General elections 2019 that are going to be held this summer . Through this budget, the Current Government tried to repeat the results of the General Elections. [More] Tags: | Categories: Education
Part -2
During the past two decades, bulk of the expansion in higher education has been in the self-financial private sector. Research output in these institutions is often questioned. Recently the AICTE has come out with a research policy framework document written in collabration with clarivate Analyties. This document is entiled “ Aimming for excellence pathways to Institution advancement through Research”. [More] Tags: | Categories: Education
Part 1
It is often lamented that no Indian University or Institution figuers in the list of top 100 universities ranked by the three leading agencies namely The Times Higher education; Shanghai Ranking and QS Ranking. It is further pointed out that this is due to the low level of research activity (both quantitavely as well as qualitatively) in Indian universities. During the past 10 year or so, the statutory bodies (UGC, AICTE, MHRD, NAAC NBA etc) are trying to increase the research output of Indian Universities and institutions. The carrot & stick approach is being followed. [More] Tags: | Categories: Education
Now that most of the students who appeared for CAT or other examinations for entry to the prestigious Business schools are waiting eagerly for their results, many have already begun the preparation for the next stage of evaluation. The second round of screening involves group discussion and personal interview, though some of the B-schools have also introduced written ability test and extempore speech. Besides these, grooming, body language and etiquettes are inbuilt in the assessment parameters of GD and PI. All these criteria are important as Management institutions are supposed to build the future business leaders, entrepreneurs, academicians and even bureaucrats. [More] Tags: | Categories: Education