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Latest Educational News & Updates in India

 
 
  • IGNOU honoring Azim Premji Foundation

    IGNOU honoring Azim Premji Foundation

    The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) will award Rajiv Gandhi International Prize for Technology in Education to Azim Premji Foundation on September 28, 2011. The award will be presented by the Union Minister for Human Resource and Development and Communications and IT, Mr. Kapil Sibal to its founder Mr Azim premji, chairman of Wipro. The prize consist of Rs 5 Lac cash and citation. A great move by Azim Premji foundation for good elementary education. This will open and broaden minds of students to new learning's and changes in the global scenario. By Rashmi Priya
    Published on September 27, 2011
  • Central Board of Secondary Education going International

    Central Board of Secondary Education going International

    CBSE is introducing new Curriculum called CBSE – i. This syllabus has got an international approach with more emphasis on practical and analytical learning than memorization. Anjali Chhabra, education officer at the CBSE in New Delhi told that subjects will have global perspective. For example history will have international approach rather than just Indian.
    Published on September 26, 2011
  • Next Education Bags Best Digital Multimedia Content Award

    Next Education Bags Best Digital Multimedia Content Award

    Next Education India Pvt Ltd bagged the Wisitex Shiksha Ratna Award for “Best Digital Multimedia Content – K-12 Segment” at the India eLearning Summit 2011 held in Mumbai. Next Education came up with innovative 3 dimensional concept of learning which makes learning easy and fun.
    Published on September 20, 2011
  • Volkswagen‘s apprenticeship program in India

    Volkswagen‘s apprenticeship program in India

    Volkswagen‘s Group has launched mechatronics apprenticeship program at Pune, India. The program will provide employability in production, maintenance, planning, quality assurance and research and development. According to John Chacko “ This will provide industry ready working force”. I feel it to be a great initiative that will help in bridging the Education Employ-ability gap and make students workable from day one of joining the company. More such programs should be launched by other companies to increase employment and practical knowledge of students.
    Published on September 15, 2011

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