Education

Delhi government to restructure teacher education institutions

“Recognising the primacy of building strong academic and institutional foundation, we have decided to restructure and strengthen the SCERT and DIETs,” Education Minister Manish Sisodia said. The Delhi government on Wednesday decided to restructure and upgrade the State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT) and District Institutes of Education and Training (DIETs). SCERT and DIETs are two key institutions ... Read More »

Delhi government to restructure teacher education institutions

“Recognising the primacy of building strong academic and institutional foundation, we have decided to restructure and strengthen the SCERT and DIETs,” Education Minister Manish Sisodia said. The Delhi government on Wednesday decided to restructure and upgrade the State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT) and District Institutes of Education and Training (DIETs). SCERT and DIETs are two key institutions ... Read More »

Why Education Is The Best Marketing

David Williams/Bloomberg There are a variety of options when it comes to marketing tactics, but one of the best investments isn’t in social media, billboards, or websites, but instead in education. Many companies take advantage of education to teach customers about their products and to keep customers coming back for more with great success. Consider the example of education at ... Read More »

2016, the year that was: Education

s, yet little action. from www.shutterstock.com Author Claire Shaw Education Editor, The Conversation Partners View all partners Republish this articleRepublish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. Email Twitter21 Facebook7 LinkedIn20 Print This has been the year of consultation but little reform. In the lead up to the general election in July, rumours spread about ... Read More »

Finnish-style reforms proposed under new blueprint for primary education

Children in Ireland begin formal lessons – and up to 11 subjects – from the moment they start primary school at age four or five. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Email App Ever since Finland developed a reputation as Europe’s education powerhouse, it has become a source of fascination among policy-makers. It doesn’t start formal education ... Read More »

IBPS PO – What is next?

Now that IBPS PO Results are out, congratulations to those who have get selected and better luck next time to those you couldn’t get through this time. Now the qualified candidates have to appear for the next round which is the personal interview. You can get hold of your call letter for IBPS Interview somewhere in the month of January ... Read More »

Online MCA Or Distance MCA – Find outwhich one will make a difference in your IT career

Master of computer application, popularly known as MCA is an advanced post graduate degree in computer science that focuses on equipping the students with the competency to develop software and applications using various programming languages. MCA is a preferred choice of higher education for computer science undergraduates today, owing to the great amount of employability the course provides. Many reputed ... Read More »

Is Video Marketing the Future of Education?

The Internet makes our world smaller and our classrooms larger. Have you noticed the rise in online degrees? That’s the university system using a digital format to educate students in certain fields. The Internet itself is kind of like space, with undiscovered planets of knowledge in various corners of this universe.  Except we don’t need a spaceship to travel through ... Read More »

Spotlight: Kidcreate Studios Promotes Art Education for Young Children

For parents who want to encourage a love of art for their kids, the art programs at most schools might not be enough. But that’s where businesses like Kidcreate Studios come in. The business was born out of a desire to provide more art education and programs for kids. You can read more about the company and its story below ... Read More »

Does Entrepreneurship Education Make People Better Entrepreneurs?

A recent Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report on entrepreneurship training asks a central question for anyone interested in starting a business: “Does entrepreneurship education make a difference?” You might think that this question has been resolved. After all, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation reports that more than 2,000 U.S. colleges and universities teach entrepreneurship. How could all those professors teach ... Read More »