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SDG Handbook for Indian Higher Education
This SDG Handbook for Indian Higher Education, which is developed by the thought leadership team of QS I-GAUGE is customised to work as a ready reckoner to Indian HEIs towards the planning and implementation of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals in their campuses and society at large. This Handbook unravels the current global scenario on what is happening on the SDG front, the facts and figures from India on each of the 17 SDGs and lists out recommendations to Indian HEIs to scale up their involvement.
We hope that this Handbook would be useful to you!
10 March, 2022
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QS I-GAUGE Hall of Fame Supplement
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world,” said Late Shri Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, former President of India known as the missile man of India. QS I-GAUGE ratings is specifically designed to provide insights to educational institutions in India. The objective of ratings is to provide an in-depth analysis on quality parameters as set out in the methodology thereby enabling institutions to achieve excellence.
The Hall of Fame supplement is a special edition that showcases the achievement of institutions that have taken the major step towards quality and continuous improvement. We are delighted to launch the sixth edition of the Hall of Fame supplement that features rating outcomes of colleges/universities and schools in India. This is our in-house publication that also carries an exclusive report on the roundtable series titled ''Vision For My Institution 2025''. We hope you find this edition insightful. Please share your feedback with us at marketing@igauge.in.
30 November, 2021
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QS I-GAUGE School Booklet
Schools are an integral part of the education system and they play a key role in the lives of students.
We are delighted to launch our first booklet exclusively for schools in India. This is our in-house publication that features the first cohort of QS I-GAUGE rated schools in India, exclusive reports on roundtable series titled Building India’s Futuristic School – Vision 2025, and the Fellowship Program for school leaders in India. The booklet also features our upcoming initiative, “The Happiness Project”. We hope you find this edition insightful. Please share your feedback with us at hello@igauge.in.
19 October, 2021
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Anxious Academia - Impact of Covid 19 on Indian Faculty Members
The pandemic brought the world to a standstill with lockdown imposed for various time periods. While there has always been a mixed response to remote teaching and learning; distance education has been in existence for a significantly long duration. Online modes of learning have rapidly increased and advanced in the past decade. We have always come across various perspectives on online teaching and learning and a popular debate being differences between the learning outcomes in the two modes - online and face to face.
16 December, 2020
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Education Delivery through IT (EDIT)
It is said that necessity is the mother of invention. Amidst a world-wide lockdown due to COVID-19, the education sector is amongst the many that has taken a strong blow and underlined a need to change drastically. No more are the stakeholders involved in higher education able to function conventionally and the prospect of operating back to the status quo seems quite indefinite. In such a time, the only recourse that universities across the globe are resorting to is that of functioning online. With each day, it only seems that the COVID- 19 crisis is acting as a catalyst to both improve the existing online platforms for learning as well as instil confidence in the users in terms of its utility.
01 July, 2020
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Indian Students’ - Mobility Report 2020 - Impact of Covid-19 on Higher Education Choices
The repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic will continue to produce pronounced changes in teaching and learning practices for all levels of education. While higher education institutions might adapt sooner or later to the e-learning practices, it might take a relatively longer time to come to terms with the drastic changes in the student mobility for higher education. It is no longer a mystery that global travel is a key factor in the spread of communicable disease. This had led to debates and deliberations on student mobility in times to come. Various findings have come out highlighting the challenges, the higher education community is likely to face in the international context. This study contextualizes the issue of student mobility for Indian students both within the country and abroad through data driven research.
15 May, 2020
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COVID-19 - A wake-up call for Indian Internet Service Providers
The education sector is amongst the many which has taken a strong blow due to the COVID-19 situation. No more are the stakeholders involved in higher education able to function conventionally and the prospect of operating back to the status quo seems quite uncertain. In such a time, the only recourse that universities and institutions across the globe are resorting to is that of functioning online. The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in a paradigm shift in consumer behaviour to embrace online methods rather than F2F in education sector.
15 April, 2020
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E-VERSITY In times of Adversity
It is said that necessity is the mother of invention. Amidst a world-wide lockdown due to COVID-19, the education sector is amongst the many that has taken a strong blow and underlined a need to change drastically. The stakeholders involved in higher education are no more able to function conventionally. The prospect of operating back to the status quo seems quite indefinite. In such a time, the only recourse that universities across the globe is resorting to is that of functioning online.
01 April, 2020
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COVID 19 - A Second Wind for Higher Education in India
On 11 March 2020, the WHO declared the novel coronavirus outbreak, a pandemic. The WHO Secretary General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus stated that the number of cases outside China had increased 13-fold in two weeks and announced that he was “deeply concerned” by “alarming levels of inaction”. As of 20 March 2020, almost a quarter million cases of COVID-19 have been reported, including 9,885 deaths. It took over three months to reach the first 100,000 confirmed cases and only less than two weeks to reach the next 100,000. This has naturally resulted in one of the toughest lockdowns including quarantine and travel restrictions across countries.
23 March, 2020
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