Education

Top 5 B-Schools Accepting MAHCET Score

Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MAH CET) is the entrance exam for admissions to the B Schoolsin Maharashtra offering post graduate management courses like MBA, MMS and PGDM. The MAH CET scores are accepted by more than 100 B-schools across Maharashtra. MAH-CET is conducted by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra.MAH CET 2017 was held on March 4 and 5, 2017. ... Read More »

GAUTENG HEALTH, EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS GET MAJOR CASH INJECTION

JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng health and education departments have been allocated a major a cash injection, while the province aims to achieve the largest infrastructure investment in the country. Finance MEC Barbara Creecy has tabled her R108 billion budget at the Gauteng legislature, saying R10 billion has been added to the baseline of departments to deal with increased demand. Education has ... Read More »

Dubai Police for banning social media in schools

Dubai: Dubai Police will launch an awareness campaign in schools urging pupils to avoid surfing and chatting on social media sites when they are in school following complaints from parents about the practice. They would also coordinate with the Ministry of Education to address the issue and recommend banning online engagement by pupils while at schools. Brigadier Dr Mohammad Al ... Read More »

Reducing regulatory cholesterol in education

This shift needs bold changes to the current regulatory regimes in education. Photo: HT We don’t live in an economy but a society. Societies need—and politics is pushed to provide—equality of opportunity. Society responded to the inequality of high-paying manufacturing jobs of the industrial revolution with state-funded universal K-12 schooling. Society responded to the next wave of wage premiums in ... Read More »

Audit: Nevada education reforms promising, need more data

Copyright 2015 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. AP IMAGES SHOW CAPTION CARSON CITY (AP) – Independent auditors say Nevada’s 2015 education reforms seem to be on a successful trajectory, though it’s too soon to determine whether they will significantly affect the state’s bleak scores. Analysts Chad Buckendahl and Gwen ... Read More »

Spotlight on Bay education

Taverns and illegal dumpsites close to schools are among the issues affecting education in Nelson Mandela Bay. The issues were highlighted at an education sector stakeholder meeting at the Old Wool Board building in Port Elizabeth yesterday, attended by teachers, politicians and residents. Nelson Mandela Bay council speaker Jonathan Lawack said the role education played in the city mattered for ... Read More »

Tony Evers faces two challengers for Wisconsin’s top education post

(Photo: Photos submitted by candidates) 128CONNECTTWEETLINKEDIN 11COMMENTEMAILMORE Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers is seeking a third term as Wisconsin’s top education official, facing off against two challengers in what has become a quasi-partisan battle over the direction of education policy in the state. Lowell Holtz and John Humphries, who like Evers are both longtime educators, are school choice advocates and ... Read More »

Getting Learned with the CASQ Concept

Here you have the instructor led classroom experience and at the place one is sure to receive high quality assistance from the experts in the industry. The matter has the downloadable e book and this makes you learn the concepts in the genre of quality management and in the process one can have hands on experience in the field. In ... Read More »

Six things you need to know about CDS

1) What ismeant by CDS Exam? CDS stands for” Common Defence Service”. CDS is a paper and pen based exam conducted by Union public service Commission twice a year. The CDS written exam has 3 separate exam segments viz English, General Awareness and Mathematics. 2) The basic eligibility criteria for CDS Examination Educational Qualification For Indian Military Academy (IMA) and ... Read More »

Five Cabinet Nominees Who Could Affect Education

Control of school-related issues is spread across a number governmental agencies, and President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for U.S. education secretary, Betsy DeVos, won’t be the only member of his cabinet to have a say in student-facing policy. The Michigan philanthropist and billionaire will face her Senate confirmation hearing next Tuesday, and many of her fellow nominees already have education records ... Read More »