Indian universities had a good performance year within the emerging economies of the world as a record 11 made it to the top 100 Times Higher Education's (THE) Emerging Economies University Rankings 2020. Only China has more universities than India
Government and private universities will no longer be allowed to offer both PGDM and MBA courses simultaneously, according to an announcement by AICTE, the technical and management education regulatory arm of Union Human Resources Ministry. The Agency clarified that Post Graduate
In a tweet sent out by AICTE (@AICTE_INDIA) the Association has clearly stated that they would like to now focus on New Age coursework to be introduced in Undergraduate Curriculum. The set of New Age coursework that is being considered
AICTE (The All India Council for Technical Education) the premier body responsible for approval and enlisting of Engineering and Technology colelges in the country, has announced on Feb 13 2020, that there will be no more new Engineering college approvals
This piece is researched and authored by Shri Vinod Kakumaku, renowned educationist in India. The article here was originally published in School Serve (www.scholserve,in). The contents, views, intellectual property of this piece belongs to the writer. We are reposting here
An excellent compilation of Accreditation Bodies in India for Higher Education, by Sakunth Kumar of College Dekho. His original story is linked here: https://www.collegedekho.com/articles/higher-education-accreditation-bodies-in-india/ The contents of the post here is exactly the original post by the author on the said publication.
This interview was conducted by Mr Daniel Thimmayya of EDEX LIve for The NEW INDIAN EXPRESS and published online Nov 05 2019 The Original link to the publication is here: https://www.edexlive.com/news/2019/nov/05/the-day-colleges-voluntarily-ask-for-accreditation-is-when-indias-quality-of-education-will-improve--8912.html The article is reposted here with active link to the
Sivaramakrishnan Venkateswaran, Managing Director, Oxford University Press India - writes this succinct note on what would be the key trends in a large education industry like India. Looking at it closely over the years, Sivaramakrishnan has a unique insight that
How technology plays a big role in school education in developing economies. Even in current times the level of teaching in several counties of Africa and some other nations is pathetic either due to lack of staff or poor qualification.
A national level skills survey has found that engineering graduates are lot more employable in the industry than MBA graduates. Also Andhra Pradesh state has the highest employable graduates as a percentage across the nation. Full summary of survey findings