NEET to be held in Gujarati next year

Parents of students, who want to appear for 2017 NEET , were urging the state govt to conduct the medical admission exam in Gujarati for the benefit of Gujarati-medium students. File photo: Mint Ahmedabad: The Gujarat government on Saturday said the Centre has given its approval for conducting the 2017 NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance […]

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Varanasi to get first augmented reality institute in India

A file photo of Banaras Hindu University (BHU). The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT-BHU) in Varanasi will join in the project, along with NSDC and Eon Reality. Photo: Kuber Patel/Wikimedia Commons New Delhi: India will have its first augmented reality education and training institute, to be set up in Varanasi, the constituency of Prime Minister […]

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IESE Business School Adds New Executive Education Director

New York, NY (Press Release – January 5, 2012) – IESE Business School (University of Navarra) is proud to announce that Luis F. Casas has joined IESE U.S. team as Director of Executive Education. Mr. Casas is responsible for developing and promoting open enrollment and customized executive education programs for IESE as the Global business […]

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Spotlight: Zyrobotics Creates Inclusive Educational Products

Not all kids learn the same. But Zyrobotics wants to make sure that all kids have the opportunity to learn in their own way. The company uses innovative technology to create educational technology for children that is truly inclusive. Read more about the company and its offerings in this week’s Small Business Spotlight. What Zyrobotics Does Provides educational technology […]

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Vision 2020: Education Will Change Beyond Recognition

For years, I have patiently waited for innovation in educational technologies. For a variety of reasons, the field simply didn’t take off in the last two decades. But this decade, I think, it is showing signs of a real, exciting, renaissance. Whether it is in the massively open online courses like Khan Academy and MIT’s […]

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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 […]

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Ripping Up the Manual: 6 SaaS Companies Offering Education

“How do I add a new contact to this CRM?” “No idea – have you checked the manual?” “What manual? Oh you mean that thing we use to prop the door open when it gets hot? When are we getting training on this thing anyway?” Sound familiar? Maybe you’ve purchased a shiny new cloud-based CRM system that […]

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Sage Study Paints Portrait of the Millennial Entrepreneur

Concerns about an impending economic slowdown are a worry for most businesses. But young millennials are unfazed as they appear optimistic about the future, according to a new survey. The global study by software company Sage shows young millennials are driven by a desire for independence, a belief in social good and a commitment to […]

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