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Probable Mergers For Dying Colleges?

4633 courses and over 527 institutes have shut shop in the last 5 years in the country

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Are Indian Engineers Really Sub-standard?

Degrading education quality and outdated curriculum have become more pronounced with automation and emerging technology remodeling businesses

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We Don’t Want To Produce Graduates Who Are Not Employable: Dr Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE

Dr Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE was speaking at the BW Higher Education Conclave in Bengaluru

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Enrollment Rate In Engineering Institutes Continues To Dip

In 2010-11, 18% students opted to enroll in an engineering institute compared to only 15% in 2015-16.

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HRD Plan To Replace UGC, AICTE With Single Regulator In Limbo

The plan to introduce Higher Education Empowerment Regulation Agency or HEERA with an aim to eliminate overlaps in jurisdiction and remove irrelevant regulatory provisions is in limbo

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Curriculum To Be Revised To Make Students More Employable: AICTE

AICTE Chairman Anil D Sahasrabudhe said this was being done considering complaints that nearly 60 per cent of those passing out of technical education institutions are not industry-ready and still require honing

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Education: Lessons To Learn

India’s towns are aggressively scripting a new chapter in the education sector

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Alternative Path

Online education and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) offer the promise of parity and quality in education for all

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What It Takes To Be A Successful B-school

Many promoters are under the false impression that an AICTE approval is a life-time guarantee for student intake. They flaunt their approvals, affiliations and accreditations repeatedly

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“Institutions That Offer PGDM Can Breathe Easy Now”

AICTE Chairman Anil Sahasrabudhe is a man in a hurry. For long described as an obstructionist, corrupt body, AICTE is witnessing change at a rapid pace

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The Indian B-school

As in other segments of economy and society, we are in the midst of a churn, inevitably leading to disruption and uncertainty. It is no different for business schools

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Irregularities In Private Engineering Colleges In Telangana

The objective of any education is to create conducive environment for educators to share their knowledge with students to groom them as enlightened and healthy citizens

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India’s Best B-Schools

The five-month-long exercise to evaluate performance of India’s best B-schools has finally come to an end, and the results are out. We have ranked institutes in different categories, such as government-aided, private and sectoral. We have ranked one-year programmes like the one offered by the Indian School of Business (ISB) separately. University departments, too, have been listed separately. We have done this because institutes in different categories have different operating constraints. To assess an institute, we have used 12 broad parameters (see methodology) which were selected after taking inputs from all stakeholders of a business school.

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