QS I∙GAUGE shared stage with Prof Suhas Padnekar, Vice Chancellor, University of Mumbai and Prof DS Rao, Vice Chancellor, Amity University (Mumbai) - Visionaries & leading personalities in the field of higher education in the country .
CL Educate Ltd would provide support to QS I∙GAUGE’s “Indian University & College Rating” initiative through its online and offline mediums via branding at CL study centers & schools, Newspapers, Magazines, Blogs, Official Websites, Webinars, etc.
India has one of the world’s largest higher education systems with enrollments of 33.3 million students in colleges, institutions, across 50,000+ higher education institutes and 750+ universities.
Today, AI has left no sector untouched by its innovations and novelty. Its contributions to the educational sector, especially, have been most beneficial because education forms the basis of all knowledge and progress.
Bemoaning the failure of music universities across the country to produce great artistes, sarod maestro Rajeev Taranath on Tuesday said, “Music varsities have not produced musicians and the teaching faculty who draw huge salaries appear to have very little ability.”
Ever since the Carnegie Mellon University of Computer Science launched the first ever undergraduate degree in artificial intelligence in the US, data science circles have been abuzz about whether India should also develop a similar program.
Political institutions around Africa are evolving even as we are witnessing the emergence of a strong middle class in many African countries.
SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Indonesia and Singapore next week will mark a new phase of engagement between India and Southeast Asia, which is looking towards more business synergies from the world's fastest expanding market, political observers here believe.
NEW DELHI: In a major step towards improving quality of higher education and its expansion, the Centre on Friday aproved Rs 5,000 crore to support 1012 higher educational institutions, which was described as “unprecedented” by HRD minister Prakash Javadekar.
Change in the digital age affects every sector, from banking and retail to healthcare, hospitality and non-profit. Higher education is no different.